Where Are Famous People Buried Trivia
Where Are Famous People Buried Trivia is a online guide to more than
33 profiles of the lives, deaths, and final resting places of memorable
figures from sports, music, film, television, literature, politics, and
more... The W-Alphabetical Listings include:
Honus Wagner (Baseball Hall of Fame Player)
was an American country music singer. Famous for his flashy Nudie
suits and blond pompadour, Wagoner introduced a young Dolly Parton
to his long-running television show.
Samuel Hamilton Walker was a Texas Ranger
captain and military officer of the Republic of Texas and the United
States armies. Walker served in several armed conflicts, including the
Indian and the Mexican-American wars.
was an American head football coach of the San Francisco 49ers and
Stanford University, during which time he popularized the West Coast
Offense. Walsh went 102-63-1 with the 49ers, winning ten of his
fourteen postseason games along with six division titles, three NFC
Championship titles, and three Super Bowls. He was named the NFL's
coach of the year in 1981 and 1984.
was an American creator and producer of animated television cartoons.
He is known for producing animated series based on characters such
as Crusader Rabbit, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Dudley Do-Right, Peabody and
Sherman, Hoppity Hooper, George of the Jungle, Tom Slick and Super
George Washington served as the first President of the United States
of America (1789-1797), and led the Continental Army to victory over
the Kingdom of Great Britain in the American Revolutionary War
Muddy Waters McKinley Morganfield, better known
as Muddy Waters, was an blues musician and is generally considered
"the Father of Chicago Blues".
John Wayne (Marion Robert [Michael] Morrison)
was an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award-winning American film
actor. He epitomized rugged masculinity and has become an enduring
American icon. He is famous for his distinctive voice, walk and
physical presence. His career began in silent movies in the 1920s
and he was a major star from the 1940s to the 1970s.
Dennis Weaver was an Emmy Award-winning
American actor, best known for his work in television, including
roles on Gunsmoke, as Marshal Sam McCloud on the NBC police
drama McCloud and in Steven Spielberg's feature-length
directorial debut, the cult TV movie Duel
was an American comedian on radio and television. He was the brother
of NBC-TV executive Sylvester "Pat" Weaver and the uncle of actress
Jack Webb was an Emmy-nominated American actor,
television producer, director, and writer who is most famous for his
role as Sergeant Joe Friday in the radio and television series
Dragnet. He was also the founder of his own production company,
Mark VII Productions.
was a film, television and radio actor. He was born in Bloomington,
was a musician, accordionist, bandleader, and television impresario,
hosting The Lawrence Welk Show
from 1951 to 1982.
William Wellman was an American movie director,
noted for directing the film which received the first Academy Award
for Best Picture, Wings
William C. Westmoreland
was an American General who commanded American military operations in
the Vietnam War at its peak from 1964 to 1968 and who served as U.S.
Army Chief of Staff from 1968 to 1972.
William Whipple, Jr.
Richard Widmark (actor)
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Robert McAlpin Williamson He was a Republic of
Texas Supreme Court Justice, state lawmaker and Texas Ranger.
Williamson County, Texas is named for him.
Woodrow Wilson (U.S. President
Whip Wilson (actor)
Andrew Wyeth (artist)
N.C. Wyeth (artist)
Tammy Wynette (singer)
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