List of Burial Places of Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States
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Map of burial sites of United States Supreme Court justices.

Burial places of justices of the Supreme Court of the United States are located across 25 states and the District of Columbia. The state with the most U.S. Supreme Court justice burial sites is Virginia with 20 – 14 of which are at Arlington National Cemetery. Since it was established in 1789, 114 persons have served as a justice (associate justice or chief justice) on the Supreme Court; of these, 103 have died. The first death of a justice was that of James Wilson on August 21, 1798, and the most recent was that of Ruth Bader Ginsburg on September 18, 2020. William Howard Taft, who was chief justice from 1921 to 1930 after serving as president of the United States from 1909 to 1913, was the first justice for whom a state funeral has been held; Justice Ginsberg was the second to receive this honor.[1][2][3]

The sortable table below lists each deceased justice's place of burial, along with date of death, and the order of their membership on the Court. Five people served first as associate justices, and later as chief justices, separately: Charles Evans Hughes,[A] William Rehnquist,[B] John Rutledge,[A] Harlan F. Stone,[B] and Edward Douglass White.[B] While having served in two positions, these individuals are listed only once in the table, and their order of justiceship (OJ) represents the overall order in which each began their initial service on the Court as an associate justice.

Supreme Court justice burial places

OJ Justice Date of death Burial place City State Site image
1 CJ John Jay[4] May 17, 1829 Jay Estate Cemetery Rye New York Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
2 CJ John Rutledge[5] July 23, 1800 St. Michael's Churchyard Charleston South Carolina Gravesite of Justice John Rutledge at St. Michael's Churchyard in Charleston, South Carolina
3 William Cushing[6] September 13, 1810 Cushing Cemetery Scituate Massachusetts Gravesite of Justice William Cushing at Cushing Memorial State Park in Scituate, Massachusetts
4 James Wilson[7] August 21, 1798 Christ Church North Garden[C] Philadelphia Pennsylvania Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
5 John Blair[8] August 31, 1800 Bruton Parish Episcopal Church Cemetery Williamsburg Virginia Gravesite of Justice John Blair at Bruton Parish Episcopal Church Cemetery in Williamsburg, Virginia
6 James Iredell[9] October 20, 1799 Hayes Plantation Cemetery Edenton North Carolina Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
7 Thomas Johnson[10] October 26, 1819 Mount Olivet Cemetery[D] Frederick Maryland Gravesite of Justice Thomas Johnson at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Frederick, Maryland
8 William Paterson[11] September 9, 1806 Albany Rural Cemetery[E] Menands New York Gravesite of Justice William Paterson at Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands, New York
9 Samuel Chase[12] June 19, 1811 Old Saint Paul's Cemetery Baltimore Maryland Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
10 CJ Oliver Ellsworth[13] November 26, 1807 Palisado Cemetery Windsor Connecticut Gravesite of Justice Oliver Ellsworth at Palisado Cemetery in Windsor, Connecticut
11 Bushrod Washington[14] November 26, 1829 Mount Vernon Burial Ground Mount Vernon Virginia Gravesite of Justice Bushrod Washington at Mount Vernon Burial Ground in Mount Vernon, Virginia
12 Alfred Moore[15] October 15, 1810 St. Philip's Church Cemetery[F] Smithville Township North Carolina Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
13 CJ John Marshall[16] July 6, 1835 Shockoe Hill Cemetery Richmond Virginia Gravesite of Justice John Marshall at Shockoe Hill Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia
14 William Johnson[7] August 24, 1834 Unknown for certain[G] Charleston South Carolina Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
15 Henry Brockholst Livingston[17] March 18, 1823 Green-Wood Cemetery[H] New York New York Gravesite of Justice Henry Livingston at Green-Wood Cemetery in New York, New York
16 Thomas Todd[18] February 7, 1826 Frankfort Cemetery[I] Frankfort Kentucky Justice Thomas Todd grave.jpg
17 Gabriel Duvall[20] March 6, 1844 Marietta Burial Grounds Glenn Dale Maryland Gravesite of Justice Gabriel Duvall in Glenn Dale, Maryland
18 Joseph Story[21] September 10, 1845 Mount Auburn Cemetery Cambridge Massachusetts Gravesite of Justice Joseph Story at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts
19 Smith Thompson[22] December 18, 1843 Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery Poughkeepsie New York Gravesite of Justice Smith Thompson at Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery in Poughkeepsie, New York
20 Robert Trimble[23] August 25, 1828 Paris Cemetery Paris Kentucky Gravesite of Justice Robert Trimble at Paris Cemetery in Paris, Kentucky
21 John McLean[24] April 4, 1861 Spring Grove Cemetery Cincinnati Ohio Gravesite of Justice John McLean at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio
22 Henry Baldwin[25] April 21, 1844 Greendale Cemetery[J] Meadville Pennsylvania Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
23 James Moore Wayne[26] July 5, 1867 Laurel Grove Cemetery Savannah[K] Georgia Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
24 CJ Roger B. Taney[27] October 12, 1864 St. John the Evangelist Cemetery Frederick Maryland Gravesite of Justice Roger Taney at St. John the Evangelist Cemetery in Frederick, Maryland
25 Philip P. Barbour[28] February 25, 1841 Congressional Cemetery Washington District of
Columbia
Gravesite of Justice Philip P. Barbour at Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C.]
26 John Catron[29] May 30, 1865 Mount Olivet Cemetery Nashville Tennessee Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
27 John McKinley[30] July 19, 1852 Cave Hill Cemetery Louisville Kentucky Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
28 Peter Vivian Daniel[31] May 31, 1860 Hollywood Cemetery Richmond Virginia Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
29 Samuel Nelson[32] December 13, 1873 Lakewood Cemetery Cooperstown New York Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
30 Levi Woodbury[33] September 4, 1851 Harmony Grove Cemetery Portsmouth New Hampshire Gravesite of Justice Levi Woodbury in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
31 Robert Cooper Grier[34] September 25, 1870 West Laurel Hill Cemetery Bala Cynwyd Pennsylvania Grave monument of US Supreme Court Justice Robert C. Grier.jpg
32 Benjamin Robbins Curtis[21] September 15, 1874 Mount Auburn Cemetery Cambridge Massachusetts Gravesite of Justice Benjamin Curtis at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts
33 John Archibald Campbell[35] March 12, 1889 Green Mount Cemetery Baltimore Maryland Gravesite of Justice John Campbell at Green Mount Cemetery in Baltimore, Maryland
34 Nathan Clifford[36] July 25, 1881 Evergreen Cemetery Portland[K] Maine Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
35 Noah Haynes Swayne[32] June 8, 1884 Oak Hill Cemetery Washington District of
Columbia
Gravesite of Justice Noah Swayne at Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
36 Samuel Freeman Miller[37] October 13, 1890 Oakland Cemetery Keokuk Iowa Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
37 David Davis[38] June 26, 1886 Evergreen Memorial Cemetery Bloomington Illinois Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
38 Stephen Johnson Field[39] April 9, 1899 Rock Creek Cemetery Washington District of
Columbia
Gravesite of Justice Stephen Field at Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
39 CJ Salmon P. Chase[40] May 7, 1873 Spring Grove Cemetery[L] Cincinnati Ohio Gravesite of Justice Salmon Chase at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio
40 William Strong[41] August 19, 1895 Charles Evans Cemetery Reading Pennsylvania Gravesite of Justice William Strong at Charles Evans Cemetery in Reading, Pennsylvania
41 Joseph P. Bradley[32] January 22, 1892 Mount Pleasant Cemetery Newark New Jersey Gravesite of Justice Joseph Bradley at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Newark, New Jersey
42 Ward Hunt[42] March 24, 1886 Forest Hill Cemetery Utica New York Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
43 CJ Morrison Waite[43] March 23, 1888 Woodlawn Cemetery Toledo Ohio Gravesite of Justice Morrison Waite at Woodlawn Cemetery in Toledo, Ohio
44 John Marshall Harlan[44] October 14, 1911 Rock Creek Cemetery Washington District of
Columbia
Gravesite of Justice John Harlan at Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
45 William Burnham Woods[45] May 14, 1887 Cedar Hill Cemetery Newark Ohio Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
46 Stanley Matthews[46] March 22, 1889 Spring Grove Cemetery Cincinnati Ohio Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
47 Horace Gray[21] September 15, 1902 Mount Auburn Cemetery Cambridge Massachusetts Gravesite of Justice Horace Gray at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts
48 Samuel Blatchford[47] July 7, 1893 Green-Wood Cemetery New York New York Gravesite of Justice Samuel Blatchford at Green-Wood Cemetery in New York, New York
49 Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar II[48] January 23, 1893 Oxford Memorial Cemetery[M] Oxford Mississippi Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
50 CJ Melville Fuller[49] July 4, 1910 Graceland Cemetery Chicago Illinois Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
51 David Josiah Brewer[50] March 28, 1910 Mount Muncie Cemetery Lansing Kansas Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
52 Henry Billings Brown[32] September 4, 1913 Elmwood Cemetery Detroit Michigan S95sHBBtomb.26179710 10155286512546295 1617753374 o.jpg
53 George Shiras Jr.[51] August 2, 1924 Allegheny Cemetery Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
54 Howell Edmunds Jackson[52] August 8, 1895 Mount Olivet Cemetery[N] Nashville Tennessee Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
55 CJ Edward Douglass White[53] May 19, 1921 Oak Hill Cemetery Washington District of
Columbia
Gravesite of Justice Edward White at Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
56 Rufus W. Peckham[54] October 24, 1909 Albany Rural Cemetery Menands New York Gravesite of Justice Rufus Peckham at Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands, New York
57 Joseph McKenna[55] November 21, 1926 Mount Olivet Cemetery Washington District of
Columbia
Gravesite of Justice Joseph McKenna at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
58 Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.[56] March 6, 1935 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice Oliver Holmes at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
59 William R. Day[57] July 9, 1923 West Lawn Cemetery Canton Ohio Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
60 William Henry Moody[58] July 2, 1917 South Byfield Cemetery Georgetown Massachusetts Gravesite of Justice William Moody at South Byfield Cemetery in Georgetown, Massachusetts
61 Horace Harmon Lurton[59] July 12, 1914 Greenwood Cemetery Clarksville Tennessee Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
62 CJ Charles Evans Hughes[60] August 27, 1948 Woodlawn Cemetery New York New York Gravesite of Justice Charles Hughes at Woodlawn Cemetery in New York, New York
63 Willis Van Devanter[61] February 8, 1941 Rock Creek Cemetery Washington District of
Columbia
Gravesite of Justice Willis Van Devanter at Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
64 Joseph Rucker Lamar[32] January 2, 1916 Summerville Cemetery Augusta Georgia Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
65 Mahlon Pitney[62] December 9, 1924 Evergreen Cemetery Morristown New Jersey Gravesite of Justice Mahlon Pitney at Evergreen Cemetery in Morristown, New Jersey
66 James Clark McReynolds[63] August 24, 1946 Glenwood Cemetery Elkton Kentucky Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
67 Louis Brandeis[64] October 5, 1941 Louis D. Brandeis School of Law Louisville Kentucky Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
68 John Hessin Clarke[65] March 22, 1945 Lisbon Cemetery Lisbon Ohio Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
69 CJ William Howard Taft[56] March 8, 1930[O] Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice William Taft at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
70 George Sutherland[67] July 18, 1942 Cedar Hill Cemetery[P] Suitland Maryland Gravesite of Justice George Sutherland at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland, Maryland
71 Pierce Butler[68] November 16, 1939 Calvary Cemetery Saint Paul[K] Minnesota Gravesite of Justice Pierce Butler at Calvary Cemetery in St. Paul, Minnesota
72 Edward Terry Sanford[66] March 8, 1930[O] Greenwood Cemetery Knoxville Tennessee Gravesite of Justice Edward Sanford at Greenwood Cemetery in Knoxville, Tennessee
73 CJ Harlan F. Stone[69] April 22, 1946 Rock Creek Cemetery Washington District of
Columbia
Gravesite of Justice Harlan Stone at Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
74 Owen Roberts[32] May 17, 1955 St. Andrew's Cemetery West Vincent Township Pennsylvania Gravesite of Justice Owen Roberts at St. Andrew's Cemetery in West Vincent, Pennsylvania
75 Benjamin N. Cardozo[70] July 9, 1938 Beth Olam Cemetery New York New York Gravesite of Justice Benjamin Cardozo at Beth Olam Cemetery in New York, New York
76 Hugo Black[56] September 25, 1971 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice Hugo Black at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
77 Stanley Forman Reed[71] April 2, 1980 Maysville Cemetery Maysville Kentucky Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
78 Felix Frankfurter[21] February 22, 1965 Mount Auburn Cemetery Cambridge Massachusetts Gravesite of Justice Felix Frankfurter at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts
79 William O. Douglas[56] January 19, 1980 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice William Douglass at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
80 Frank Murphy[72] July 19, 1949 Our Lady of Lake Huron Catholic Cemetery Sand Beach Township
(Harbor Beach)
Michigan Gravesite of Justice Frank Murphy at Our Lady of Lake Huron Catholic Cemetery in Sand Beach Township, Michigan, near Harbor Beach
81 James F. Byrnes[73] April 9, 1972 Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Cemetery Columbia South Carolina Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
82 Robert H. Jackson[32] October 9, 1954 Maple Grove Cemetery Frewsburg New York Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
83 Wiley Blount Rutledge[74] September 10, 1949 Green Mountain Cemetery Boulder[K] Colorado Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
84 Harold Hitz Burton[75] October 28, 1964 Highland Park Cemetery Highland Hills Ohio Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
85 CJ Fred M. Vinson[76] September 8, 1953 Pine Hill Cemetery Louisa Kentucky Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
86 Tom C. Clark[32] June 13, 1977 Restland Memorial Park Dallas Texas Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
87 Sherman Minton[77] April 9, 1965 Holy Trinity Cemetery New Albany Indiana Gravesite of Justice Sherman Minton at Holy Trinity Cemetery in New Albany, Indiana
88 CJ Earl Warren[56] July 9, 1974 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice Earl Warren at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
89 John Marshall Harlan[78] December 29, 1971 Emmanuel Episcopal Church Cemetery Weston Connecticut Gravesite of Justice Harlan II at Emmanuel Episcopal Church Cemetery in Weston, Connecticut
90 William J. Brennan Jr.[56] July 24, 1997 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice William Brennan at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
91 Charles Evans Whittaker[79] November 26, 1973 Forest Hill Cemetery Kansas City Missouri Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
92 Potter Stewart[56] December 7, 1985 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice Potter Stewart at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
93 Byron White[80] April 15, 2002 St. Johns Cathedral Denver Colorado Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
94 Arthur Goldberg[56] January 19, 1990 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice Arthur Goldberg at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
95 Abe Fortas[81] April 5, 1982 Cremated, not buried zz-- zz-- Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
96 Thurgood Marshall[56] January 24, 1993 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice Thurgood Marshall at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
97 CJ Warren E. Burger[56] June 25, 1995 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice Warren Burger at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
98 Harry Blackmun[56] March 4, 1999 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice Harry Blackmun at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
99 Lewis F. Powell, Jr.[82] August 25, 1998 Hollywood Cemetery Richmond Virginia Gravesite of Justice Lewis Powell at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia
100 CJ William Rehnquist[56] September 3, 2005 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Gravesite of Justice William Rehnquist at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
101 John Paul Stevens[56] July 16, 2019 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg
103 Antonin Scalia[83] February 13, 2016 Fairfax Memorial Park Fairfax Virginia Gravesite of Justice Antonin Scalia at Fairfax Memorial Park in Fairfax, Virginia
107 Ruth Bader Ginsburg[84] September 18, 2020 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Virginia Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg

Notes

  1. ^ a b Served on the Supreme Court on two separate occasions, first as an associate justice, and then, after a period of years off the Court, as chief justice.
  2. ^ a b c Elevated from associate justice to chief justice while serving on the Supreme Court; such appointments are subject to a separate confirmation process.
  3. ^ Interred at this site in 1906, after initially being interred in the Johnston Cemetery at Hayes Plantation, Edenton, North Carolina.[7]
  4. ^ Interred at this site in 1913, after initially being interred in the All Saints Church churchyard in Frederick, Maryland.[10]
  5. ^ Interred at this site after initially being interred in the Van Renssalaer family vault at Van Rensselaer Manor, Albany, New York.[7]
  6. ^ Interred at this site after initially being interred at Belfont Plantation in Bladen County, North Carolina.[15]
  7. ^ Johnson's body was to be interred at St. Philip's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina, and there is a monument to Johnson at that location, but sources suggest that it was never transported there from New York.[7]
  8. ^ Interred at this site in 1844, after initially being interred in the Trinity Church churchyard in Manhattan.[17]
  9. ^ Interred at this site after initially being interred in the Innes family cemetery in Frankfort, Kentucky.[19]
  10. ^ Interred at this site after initially being interred in the Bomford family vault at Kalorama, and then, in 1892, at Oak Hill Cemetery, both in Washington, D.C.[7]
  11. ^ a b c d Gravesite farthest to the south is that of James Moore Wayne in Savannah, Georgia; farthest east is Nathan Clifford, Portland, Maine; farthest north is Pierce Butler, St. Paul, Minnesota; and farthest west is Wiley Blount Rutledge, Boulder, Colorado.[7]
  12. ^ Interred at this site in 1887, after initially being interred in Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington, D.C.[7]
  13. ^ Interred at this site in 1894, after initially being interred at Riverside Cemetery in Macon, Georgia.[48]
  14. ^ Interred at this site in 1906, after initially being interred in the Harding Family Mausoleum at Belle Meade Plantation near Nashville, Tennessee.[7]
  15. ^ a b Edward Terry Sanford and William Howard Taft both died on March 8, 1930; Sanford's death occurred approximately five hours before Taft's.[66]
  16. ^ Interred at this site in 1958, after initially being interred at Abbey Mausoleum in Arlington County, Virginia.[7]

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