Thomas A. Franckhauser - Professional Football Player. Drafted from Purdue University by the Los Angeles Rams in 1959, he came to Dallas in 1960 to play on the first Cowboys football team under Coach Tom Landry. He returned the opening kickoff for the team in its first regular season games, making him the first Cowboy to touch the ball in an official contest. He retired in 1963 when an injury cut short his career.
John Keats - Poet. One of the best loved and most admired of all English poets, his odes, sonnets, and narrative poems frequently find a place in modern anthologies of English poetry, and continue to be popular. Keats died in Rome at the age of 25, from the great killer of the time, tuberculosis, which he had probably contracted from his younger brother Tom, whom he had helped nurse, and who had died of the same disease three years before.
Lurene Tuttle - American character actress and acting coach, who made the transition from vaudeville to radio, and later films and television. Her most enduring impact was as one of network radio's most versatile actresses. Often appearing in 15 shows a week, comedies, dramas, thrillers, soap operas, and crime dramas, she became known as the "First Lady of Radio".
Bram Stoker - Irish author known today for his 1897 Gothic novel, Dracula. During his lifetime, he was better known as personal assistant of actor Henry Irving and business manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London, which Irving owned.
GraveMarker- Johann Strauss. Strauss's grave was dark, scary and set off to the side of the other composers. He has such a bright, fancy statue in Vienna's Central Park, but here he is portrayed in such a dark light.