This is the grave of John McLoughlin. Born in Quebec in 1784, Jean-Baptiste McLoughlin grew up Catholic, despite a Scots-Irish father. His father married a Quebecois woman and so the boy was baptized
This is the grave of Horace Greeley. Born in 1811 on a farm outside of Amherst, New Hampshire. Evidently he barely survived, not really being able to breathe for the first twenty minutes of his life.
This is the grave of Joel Poinsett. Born in 1779 to a rich doctor and his wife in Charleston, South Carolina, Poinsett was educated with the elites of his time. Some of his schooling was in Charleston
This is the grave of Al Capp. Born in 1909 in New Haven, Connecticut, Al Caplin grew up in a Jewish family with immigrant parents. They were very poor, but his parents were happy to have escaped the a
In this vault are the graves of John O’Connor and Edward Egan, cardinals in the Catholic Church. O’Connor was born in Philadelphia to an Irish Catholic family in 1920. Egan was born in 193
This is the grave of Clark Clifford. Born in 1906 in Fort Scott, Kansas, Clifford grew up in Missouri and attended Washington University in St. Louis. He picked up a law degree and practiced steadily
This is the grave of John McCain, Jr. Born in Council Bluffs, Iowa in 1911 to a military family, McCain grew up traveling around the nation, following his father, who was a naval officer. Following th
This is the grave of Earl Scruggs. Born in Flint Hill, North Carolina, a small community in Cleveland County, in 1924, Scruggs became one of the most interesting and innovative musicians in the histor