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"Tennessee Ernie" Ford (1919 - 1991) Country music singer, he had a big hit with "Sixteen Tons", he was host of "The Ford Show" on TV for five years
With Tennessee Ernie Ford
Don Gibson (1928 - 2003) Country music singer, "Oh Lonesome Me", "I Can't Stop Lovin' You", "Sea of Heartbreak"
Burl Ives (Singer/Actor) headstone
Ferlin Husky (1925 - 2011) Country music singer, he had number one hits with "Gone" and "Wings of a Dove"
1959 Vintage TV Guide Tennessee Ernie Ford
Skeeter Davis (1931 - 2004) Country music singer who also had crossover pop success, her songs included "Bus Fare to Kentucky" and "End of the World"
Grave of James K. Polk, Nashville, TN
Porter Wagoner gravesite (Country Singer)
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Billy Briggs and Hank Thompson
Mary Ford (1924 - 1977) Backed by her husband, guitar virtuoso Les Paul, she sang many popular 1950s hits, including "How High the Moon", "Mockingbird Hill" and "Vaya Con Dios"
Henry Ford Birth: Jul. 30, 1863 Dearborn Wayne County Michigan, USA Death: Apr. 7, 1947 Dearborn Wayne County Michigan, USA Pioneer Industrialist. Founder of the Ford Motor Company. Burial: Ford Cemetery Detroit Wayne County Michigan, USA