Concord, Massachusetts: First Woman With Drivers License Grave

The epitaph for Anne Rainsford French notes that she was the first woman in the USA with a driver's license. She got it in 1900.

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

Address:
Bedford St., Concord, MA
Directions:
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. East of town on north side of MA-62/Bedford St. Grave is on Vesper Circle.
Hours:
Daily 7-5 Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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First Woman Licensed to Drive....

Grave of First Woman in USA with a Drivers License

The epitaph for Anne Rainsford French Bush (1878-1962) notes that she was the first woman licensed to drive an automobile in America. She received her license in 1900 in Washington, D.C.

[Kurt Deion / kurtshistoricsites.com, 06/16/2021]

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