|Birth: ||Oct. 2, 1788|
|Death: ||Feb. 8, 1856|
Son of Col. John Harvie and Margaret Morton Jones. Married Mary Marshall, daughter of Chief Justice John Marshall and Mary Willis Ambler, on 21 Sep 1813.
Two of his siblings, Juliana "Julia" Harvie and Edwin James Harvie were victims of the 26 Dec 1811 Richmond Theatre Fire.
A plaque on the outside of the wall surrounding this plot states:
"Within, and without, these walls rest members of the family of Col. John Harvie, 1742 - 1807, a guardian of Thomas Jefferson, and signer of the Articles of Confederation and the Bill of Rights. Here, too, lie his son, Jacquelin, and Mary, his wife, daughter of Chief Justice John Marshall. This area, part of the Harvie lands, became Hollywood Cemetery in 1847.
-- James Beverly Harvie, Jr.
-- June, 1982"
John Harvie (1747 - 1807)
Mary Marshall Harvie (1795 - 1841)
Mary Marshall Harvie (1817 - 1873)*
Annie Fisher Harvie (1828 - 1916)*
Emily Harvie (1840 - 1920)*
Edwin James Harvie (1765 - 1811)*
Juliana Harvie (1768 - 1811)*
John Augustine Harvie (1783 - 1838)*
Jaquelin Burwell Harvie (1788 - 1850)*
Jaquelin Burwell Harvie (1788 - 1856)
Son of John and Margaret Harvie . . . intermarried with Mary Marshall the 21st of September 1813 . . .
Note: Buried inside the walls of the Harvie Family plot
Created by: sassytazzy
Record added: Jun 11, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27485086