This is the grave of James MacArthur. Born in 1937 in Los Angeles, MacArthur was the son of two legends–the playwright Charles MacArthur and the actress Helen Hayes. They adopted him shortly aft
This is the grave of Cokie Roberts. One of the most genuinely annoying and useless figures in the history of American political media, Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne Boggs was born into an eli
This is the grave of Albert Beveridge. Born in 1862 in Highland County, Ohio, Beveridge grew up in Indiana. He was a working class kid and had to work from the time he was a child. But he wanted an ed
This is the grave of Helen Hayes. Born in 1900 in Washington, D.C., Hayes grew up in an acting environment, as her mother was a minor player in the theater. Her father was a journeyman who picked up w
This is the grave of Henry Sibley. This is the grave of Henry Sibley. Born in 1811 in Detroit, Sibley grew up in a political household of the frontier. His father was Detroit’s first mayor, was
This is the grave of Ollie Hoskins. Born in 1936 in Batesville, Tennessee, Hoskins served in the military during the Korean War, but was far more interested in singing than in staying in the military.
This is the grave of Joseph Tuckerman. Born in 1778 in Boston, Tuckerman grew up in the Massachusetts elite and knew all the right people. HIs father was a big landowner. In fact, Tuckerman’s ro
This is the grave of Thomas Clingman. Born in Huntsville, North Carolina in 1812, Clingman grew up relatively elite for western North Carolina, but not necessarily at the peak of the southern aristocr