I love celebrities, especially the ones I grew up with through television. It makes me feel better to find these celebrities here on find a grave and contribute flowers and a note. I also like historical figures as well and I find them here too. I live in Harlem, USA, and I have 3 children and 2 grandchildren. I'm also on Facebook.
RE: Robert Urich Hello, For practical reasons, not all famous bios can be all inclusive, some of the filmography of every actor's memorial is omitted, however, you can make suggestion to the staff on additions. While I write biographies for famous listings, I do not hold editing privileges and can make no changes; famous listings are entirely within the pervue of administration. To request any additions to famous memorials, you must email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit updates. Be sure to include a link to the memorial record or the memorial ID #. Thanks for your interest.
Angelica Church Hello. I was in Trinity Churchyard the other day photographing the Livingston/Fulton crypt for someone else and saw your note. According to the cemetery records Angelica is interred in this vault and the photo is correct. You can remove this photo request. http://registers.trinitywallstreet.org/files/history/churchyard/
Belle Starr I have recently found out I am a decendent. I have always loved the old west so when this info came to us my grandmother even nicknamed me "little Belle". She said I make sence now. I would like nothing but to find the grave site. I found the general location but had no luck. Can you help or put me in connection with some one that can take to the headstone? This would mean the world to me!! Thank you and I look forward to hearing back from you.
Peg Entwhistle I just now noticed your messages! Sorry! I also love the actors I grew up with in tv and film. I also love music. Yes, if Peg waited a little while, she might have had a grand career? Thank you for writing.
The Alstons Alston is a family name of ours and the story of Theodosia really fires my imagination. I've read "Burr" by Vidal and always wondered if there was truth to his contention that Jefferson actually encouraged Col. Burr's excursion down the Ohio, only to arrest him and therefore rid himself of a political enemy. Going to see Alston's grave tomorrow at Brookside. Ah, the bold and tragic lives of this nation's early generations. So far from the slick and facile personalities that now reside in the US Congress. A Burr or and Alston in DC now would no doubt have a good idea or two, and the moxie to actually see it through, come even death.