Grave Marker- George Clinton (vice president) - in Kingston New York. http://thefuneralsource.org/trad0901.html
George Clinton (1739-1812) was elected governor of New York State in 1777 and held the post for six successive terms. He later served as vice-president under Thomas Jefferson (in his second term) and James Madison
Clinton, was founded in 1801, and was first named Burrville in honor of Vice President Aaron Burr. But the name changed quickly in 1809 because of the duel between Burr-Hamilton. The name was changed to Clinton after Thomas Jefferson's second term vice president, George Clinton.