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Where Are Famous People Buried Trivia is a online guide to more than 14 profiles of the lives, deaths, and final resting places of memorable figures from sports, music, film, television, literature, politics, and more... The T-Alphabetical Listings include:


  • William Howard Taft was an American politician, the twenty-seventh President of the United States, the tenth Chief Justice of the United States, a leader of the progressive conservative wing of the Republican Party in the early 20th century, a pioneer in international arbitration and staunch advocate of world peace verging on pacifism, and scion of a leading political family, the Tafts, of Ohio.

  • Sharon Tate was an American actress. During the 1960s she played small television roles before appearing in several films. After receiving positive reviews for her comedic performances, she was hailed as one of Hollywood's promising newcomers, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her performance in Valley of the Dolls (1967). She also appeared regularly in fashion magazines as a model and cover girl.

  • Zachary Taylor  was an American military leader and the twelfth President of the United States.  Known as "Old Rough and Ready", Taylor had a 40-year military career in the U.S. Army, serving in the War of 1812, Black Hawk War, and Second Seminole War before achieving fame leading U.S. troops to victory at several critical battles of the Mexican-American War. 

  • Mother Teresa Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, was an Albanian Roman Catholic nun with Indian citizenship who founded the Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata (Calcutta), India in 1950. For over forty five years she ministered to the poor, sick, orphaned, and dying, while guiding the Missionaries of Charity's expansion, first throughout India and then in other countries.

  • Danny Thomas was an American nightclub comedian and television and film actor, best known for starring in the television sitcom Make Room for Daddy, or The Danny Thomas Show. Thomas was born Amos Alphonsus Muzyad Yaqoob in Deerfield, Michigan, on January 6, 1912, to Charles and Margaret Jacobs.

  • Clyde A. Thomason is a United States Marine who is posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism at the cost of his life while leading an assault on Makin Island on August 17, 1942. Thomason is the first enlisted Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor during World War II.

  • Matthew Thornton was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of New Hampshire.

  • Chief Thundercloud, real name Victor Daniels, was an American character actor in westerns.

  • Paul Tibbets was a brigadier general in the United States Air Force, best known for being the pilot of the Enola Gay, the first aircraft to drop an atomic bomb in the history of warfare. The bomb was dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.

  • Gene Tierney was an American film and stage actress. Acclaimed as one of the great beauties of her day, she is best remembered for her performance in the title role of Laura (1944) and her Academy Award-nominated performance for Best Actress in Leave Her to Heaven (1945).

  • Claire Trevor was an Academy Award-winning American actress. She was nicknamed the "Queen of Film Noir" because of her many appearances in "bad girl� roles in film noir and other black-and-white thrillers. She appeared in over 60 films.

  • Harry S. Truman was the thirty-third President of the United States (1945�1953). As the thirty-fourth vice president, he succeeded Franklin D. Roosevelt, who died less than three months after he began his fourth term.

  • Margaret Truman Mary Margaret Truman Daniel, widely known throughout her life as Margaret Truman, was an American singer who later became a successful writer. She was the only child of Harry S. Truman (33rd President of the United States) and his wife Bess.

  • Conway Twitty (born Harold Lloyd Jenkins) was one of the United States' most successful country music artists of the 20th century. Most commonly thought of as a country music singer, he also enjoyed success in early Rock and Roll, R&B, and Pop music (among others). Until 2008, he also held the record for the most Number One singles of any country act, with fifty-five Number Ones on all trade charts.

  • John Tyler was the tenth President of the United States (1841-1845), and the first ever to obtain that office via succession. He was also the first and one of only two (along with Andrew Johnson) to have no party affiliation during part of his term.

  • Tom Tyler actor in silent and sound motion pictures.

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