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Frank Lloyd Wright (June 8, 1867-April 9, 1959)

Married three times, divorced twice, no stranger to tragedy; Frank Lloyd Wright, without question, was the greatest American architect of all time. In his lifetime he designed more than one thousand structures and completed over 500 of them. 405 more words

Elizabeth Taylor

Born in London, England on February 27, 1932, Elizabeth Taylor was the epitome of a movie star. She had beauty, glamour, a celebrity lifestyle and an enormous talent. 485 more words

Susan Hayward

Susan Hayward died March 14, 1975 at age 57. She was born Edythe Marrenner on June 30, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York.

She attended public school and a commercial high school and had plans on becoming a secretary. 245 more words


Welcome to Grave Expectations

Thanks for visiting our website (currently a work in progress).

We’re two cemetery tour guides – @misssamperrin & @green_pandora -and we’ll be posting historical biographies, cemetery-related news and other exciting projects.  17 more words


The Tomb of Sir Christopher Wray at Glentworth

Like many counties, Lincolnshire celebrates an annual open churches festival, in which numerous small villages open their church doors to visitors with a cup of tea and a frightening array of cakes and jams. 711 more words


Understanding Cemetery Symbols - My Review

A Field Guide for Historic Graveyards
(Messages from the Dead)



  Genre: History / Landmarks & Monuments / Iconography
Publisher: Castle Azle Press… 1,009 more words


London Goth Top Ten #6 Cross Bones Burial Ground

After a short break, it’s definitely time to return to my favourite 10 Gothic London Sight seeing locations.

For me, Cross Bones has to be on my list. 475 more words