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Graves of Beloved Singers

Tombstones, page 2.
Gordon Tombstones
Old Towns & Buildings
Obituaries, Page 2
Obituaries, Page 3
Obituaries, Page 4
Obituaries, Page - 5
Death Certificates


The artists below are not related to our family, although they have been an inspiration to me by bringing us countless hours of entertainment. Some of you younger ones will not recognize most of them, but you older folks probably will. It seems sad, in a way, that so many of the singers we used to listen to, dance to, and sing along with have gone on before us. And many more I could have listed but these are a few of my favorites. Some of us have seen a few of these in person, but hopefully, we will see them all someday in heaven, with our family.

Click on a name to see their Tombstone.

Roy Acuff

Eddy Arnold

Louis Armstrong

Hoyt Axton

Irving Berlin

"Uncle Cyp" Brasfield

Carl Butler

Pearl Butler

Archie Campbell

Anita Carter

Maybelle "Mother" Carter

Johnny Cash

June Carter Cash

Ray Charles

Patsy Cline

Rosemary Clooney

Nat King Cole

Lloyd "Cowboy" Copas

Floyd Cramer

Bing Crosby

Betty Jack "Skeeter" Davis

John Denver

Rusty Draper

Roy Drusky

Dale Evans

Freddy Fender

Ella Fitzgerald

Clyde "Red" Foley

Ernest Ford

"Tennessee Ernie" Ford

Bobby Fuller

Hawkshaw Hawkins

Buddy Holly

Johnny Horton

Waylon Jennings

Al Jolson

Janis Joplin

Louis "Grandpa" Jones

Roger Miller

George Morgan

Ricky Nelson

Bonnie Owens

Buck Owens

Johnny Paycheck

Minnie Pearl

Webb Pierce

Elvis Presley

Eddie Rabbitt

Boots Randolph

Lou Rawls

Johnnie Ray

Jerry Reed

Jim Reeves

Don Rich

"Big Bopper" Richardson Jr.

Marty Robbins

Roy Rogers

Johnny Russell

Frank Sinatra

Hank Snow

Wynn Stewart

Mel Street

Hank Tompson

Floyd Tillman

Ernest Tubbs

Justin Tubb

Conway Twitty

Porter Wagoner

Billy Walker

Hank Williams Sr.

James Robert "Bob" Wills

Faron Young


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