Question of the week

Today is the 201st anniversary of one of the strangest chapters in American history-when the American vice president killed a former secretary fo the treasury on a bluff in Weehawken, New Jersey. For those who don’t know, Aaron Burr is one of my favorite characters in American history. So close to becoming famous as a Founding Father, instead he became infamous as a murderer and traitor. Anyways our question of the week is this: Who had died in a duel at Weehawken in 1801, two and a half years before Alexander Hamilton did?