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- February 27 – Margaret Lewis
- September 6 – Celestine “Cecile” Garth Walker Stockton (aged 78) She was the widow of Brigadier-General Lucius Marshall "Marsh" Walker (1829 – 1863), a Confederate general mortally wounded in a duel with fellow general John S. Marmaduke, and daughter of William Garth of Birdwood.
- October 6 – Henry Martin, the University’s bell ringer for over 50 years. According to oral history, Martin was born at Monticello on July 4, 1826—the day Thomas Jefferson died. Though sold as a slave to the family of George Carr, Martin was freed by the time he was hired as the University’s bell ringer and janitor in 1847.