This is the grave of Prince Hall. No one knows when Prince Hall was born. It’s generally considered to be between 1735 and 1738. No one knows where he was born either. After all, he was a slave.
This is the future grave of Kay Bailey Hutchison. Born Kathryn Bailey in Galveston in 1943, the future Kay Bailey Hutchison grew up in La Marque, Texas before attending the University of Texas, where
This is the grave of Rob Bironas. Born in 1978 in Louisville, Kentucky, Bironas lettered in four sports in high school, including both soccer and football. He was recruited as a kicker to Auburn, wher
This is the grave of Olive Thomas. Born in 1894 in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, Olive Duffy was the oldest of three children born to Irish parents. Her father died in a factory accident of 1906, an incred
This is the grave of Willie Wells. Born in 1906 in Austin, Texas, Wells grew up in the city and became an outstanding baseball player. Of course, the major leagues were closed off to black players dur
This is the unmarked grave of Rebecca Crumpler. Born as a free woman (I think) in 1831 in Christiana, Delaware, Crumpler grew up in Pennsylvania with an aunt who provided homeopathic medical care for
This is the grave of John James Audubon. Born Jean Rabin in modern Haiti in 1785, his father was a sugar planter and slaver and his mother was his mistress, a white chambermaid originally from France.
This is the grave of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Born in 1815 in Johnstown, New York, Stanton’s father was a leading attorney and Federalist who served a term in Congress in the mid-1810s and then b