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Scattered gravestones at an old graveyard built on a hill in Granville, Massachusetts.

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James McNeill Whistler - American-born, British-based artist active during the American Gilded Age. Averse to sentimentality and moral allusion in painting, he was a leading proponent of the credo "art for art's sake". His most famous painting is "Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1" (1871), commonly known as Whistler's Mother, the revered and oft-parodied portrait of motherhood.

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William "Red Eagle" Weatherford - Creek chief of the Upper Creek towns who led the Red Sticks' offensive in the Creek War (1813–1814) against the United States.

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Alexander Anderson

Alexander Anderson (1807 - 1877)

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Old Barnes Cemetery

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Secretariat

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Riva Ridge

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Robert Frost

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Louis Baker's grave in Green Hill Cemetery. Bedford Indiana.

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The Strange Cemetery is located in Kite, Knott County, Kentucky. The cemetery is easy to miss, there is a dirt driveway up the side of Route 7, one mile south of the junction of 582 and Route 7. The driveway goes up a hill, over rail road tracks. In some places, the cemetery is listed as the King Cemetery, in others it is listed as the Strange Cemetery. The sign on the gate clearly shows Strange, while the sign is misspelled "Cemeatery" -- or maybe that is the way they meant it!

Strange Family Cemetery

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F. Scott Fitzgerald Birth: Sep. 24, 1896 Death: Dec. 21, 1940 Burial: Saint Mary's Cemetery Rockville Montgomery County Maryland, USA

F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896 - 1940)

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Vintage 1960s Postcard" President Abraham LINCOLN Tomb - Springfield, IL (OVERSIZED & UNUSED) by MADsLucky13, $3.50

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14th President Franklin Pierce tomb located at the Old North Cemetery Concord, New Hampshire.

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James Knox Polk (1795 - 1849) Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee

James Knox Polk (1795 - 1849) - Find A Grave Photos

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Anson Jones' grave site in Houston, TX. Jones was the last President of the Republic of Texas.

Texas Heritage Society - Gravesite of Anson Jones

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2. Herbert Hoover's slightly creepy, strangely beautiful Goddess of Life statue

Here Are 13 Unusual Attractions In Iowa That Will Have You Looking Twice

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George Washington's Grave

George Washington's Grave

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Zachary Taylor Louisville, Kentucky

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Grover Cleveland, President, 1837-1909, and Baby Ruth Steven Grover Cleveland - the 360 pound President - is buried in Princeton Cemetery along with his wife and daughter. He was 48 and Frances Folsom just 21 when they married in the White House. She passed away in 1947, thirty-eight years after he died. Her grave is on the right. Cleveland was president twice, non-consecutive terms, the only President to do so) from 1885-1889 and from 1893-1897.

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George Washington, First United States President. 1732 - 1799 - White Marble Grave Ledger.

George Washington (1732 - 1799) - Find A Grave Memorial

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Grave Marker- Ohio tomb of James A. Garfield - 20th President of the United States. http://thefuneralsource.org/trad0901.html

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Red Rum's epitaph. He is buried beneath the winning post at Aintree

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Raise A Native

Raise a Native grave

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