|Photos of the resting places of American Presidents
and a few of their friends...Please Click on Pix to Enlarge!
|John Tyler, 10th President, 1841-1845, of The United States.
John Tyler's first wife died in The White House and is
buried at Cedar Grove Plantation, 20 miles outside
Richmond. Lititia Christian Tyler was 52. His second wife,
Julia Gardiner Tyler is buried with him in Hollywood
Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. After his term as president,
he became a rebel for the southern cause, in The Civil War.
He is draped in a rebel flag in his tomb. His death
and funeral have never been recognized or celebrated by
the Federal Government of The United States of America.
Most, consider him a traitor...
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