LITTLETON WALLER TAZEWELL (BRADFORD)
After the Civil War, he went to the University of Virginia to study medicine and roomed with Taylor, his cousin, in 47 West Range. Like Taylor, he went into business in Norfolk and was prominent in Norfolk public life. He served for 20 years in the Norfolk City Council. He died one day shy of 70 and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, near the grave of his cousin and chief Founder, Frederick Southgate Taylor.