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The grave of General Theodore Roosevelt JR eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt. He landed on June 6 Utah Beach.  He died of a heart attack July 12, 1944 after a very tough day against German attacks during the Battle of Normandy.

The grave of General Theodore Roosevelt JR eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt. He landed on June 6 Utah Beach. He died of a heart attack July 1944 after a very tough day against German attacks during the Battle of Normandy.

President Lincoln's grandfather & namesake was killed by Indians while trying to tend his crops. The president's father, Tom, was a boy and was nearly kidnapped. His older brothers heard the commotion, came running to kill the Indians, and save Tom. All this happened outside Middletown, KY near Louisville in the 1770s.

President Lincoln's grandfather & namesake was killed by Indians while trying to tend his crops. The president's father, Tom, was a boy and was nearly kidnapped. His older brothers heard t.

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In stark contrast to that of his brother.

Remembering Robert F. Kennedy

Robert F. Kennedy Grave Site - Arlington National Cemetery,,, located just to the side of his brother's grave

Le seul général américain à débarquer le jour du D-Day était le général de brigade Theodore Roosevelt, Jr, commandant adjoint de la 4ème Division US qui débarqua à Utah Beach.

Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr and his "Rough Rider" jeep in Italy, January

President Harrison grave - Crown Hill Cemetery - Indianapolis, IN

President Harrison grave - Crown Hill Cemetery - Indianapolis, IN After you visit this massive cemetery, come and visit Butler University's campus. It is literally down the road.

Another being circulated as post-mortem. I can't even begin to imagine by what stretch of the imagination...

There is a lot of misunderstanding going on about antique post mortem photos showing the deceased standing upright and the use of the posing stand. The purpose of the posing stand was to keep the.

This is a picture of Teddy Roosevelt's one legged rooster.  Everyone knows about the "pets of the White House" but Roosevelt actually had 19 pets ranging from one legged roosters through to badgers and garter snakes.

Teddy Roosevelt's one legged rooster that resided in the White House. Theodore Roosevelt actually had 19 pets ranging from this one-legged rooster to a badger and a garter snake.

President Teddy  Roosevelt.                              Edith Kermit 8-6-1861~9-30-1948

Grave of President Teddy Roosevelt and Edith Kermit / (not sure if this is a fact, but I like to believe it is.

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