Gates of Heaven Hawthorne

The men and women interred at Gates of Heaven Cemetery in Hawthorne, Westchester County, New York.
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James Cagney
Actor, White Heat
One of Hollywood's preeminent male stars of all time (eclipsed, perhaps, only by "King" Clark Gable and arguably by Gary Cooper or Spencer Tracy), and the cinema's quintessential "tough guy", James Cagney was also an accomplished--if rather stiff--hoofer and easily played light comedy. James Francis Cagney was born on the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York City...
“ Plot: Mausoleum ” - Syl
 
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Fred Allen
Fred Allen, the well-known comedian who went on to star in radio, television, and film, was born John Florence Sullivan in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1894 and educated at Boston University. His Broadway shows include "The Passing Show of 1922" and "The Greenwich Village Follies". He produced...
 
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Lynne Carver
Ingenue and then leading lady in US films from the mid-30s through late 40s, latterly in westerns.
“ Plot: Section 47, Plot 9, Grave 10 ” - Syl
 
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Kevin Coughlin
John Kevin Barry Coughlin was born in Inwood, Manhattan, New York. His older sister Joan Marie Colette was a nun with the Sacred Heart of Mary. Their parents were John Joseph Coughlin (1909 - 1966) and Marguerite O'Brien (b. 1915). They lived at 45 Sickles Street in Manhattan until about 1960 when the family moved to Rye...
“ Plot: Section 44, Plot 604, Grave 10 ” - Syl
 
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Phillips Holmes
A future in movies for this fair-haired, fresh-faced young adult of the 1930s was by no means certain at the time of his untimely death in a mid-air plane collision. Hints of the All-American leading man promise Phillips Holmes managed to convey during the early to mid decade, particularly in the film adaptation of Theodore Dreiser 's novel An American Tragedy...
 
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“ Plot: Section 25 ” - Syl
 
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Dorothy Kilgallen
Dorothy Kilgallen was the daughter of James Kilgallen, a colorful and popular newspaperman with the Hearst Corporation. She followed her father into the newspaper business and made her early reputation as a crime reporter (a novelty for women in those days) and for her participation in an around-the-world race using transportation that was available at the time (1936) to ordinary people...
 
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Ernesto Lecuona
Soundtrack, The Island
Probably the most important musician to be born in Cuba, Ernesto Lecuona was already playing piano at age 5. He obtained his master in piano with a gold medal at the National Conservatory when he was barely 17 years old. Among his teachers were Antonio Saavedra (a disciple of Ignacio Cervantes), Joaquin Nin and the Dutch composer Hubert de Blanck who resided in Havana...
 
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“ Plot: Section 2, Grave 370 - 1/2 ” - Syl
 
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Billy Martin
Billy Martin will always be remembered for his fiery personality, both on and off the field. Cleveland General Manager Frank Lane once said, "He's the kind of guy you'd like to kill if he's playing on the other team, but you'd like 10 of him on your side." Martin won the Most Valuable Player Award in the 1953 World Series...
“ Plot: Section 25, Plot 21, Grave 3, in the same section as Babe Ruth ” - Syl
 
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Sal Mineo
Salvatore (Sal) Mineo Jr. was born to Josephine and Sal Sr. (a casket maker), who emigrated to the U.S. from Sicily. His siblings were Michael, Victor and Sarina. Sal was thrown out of parochial school and, by age eight, was a member of a street gang in a tough Bronx neighborhood. His mother enrolled him in dancing school and...
 
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Elliott Nugent
An American minor leading man of early Depression-era talkies who played earnest, boyish leads, Ohio-born Elliott Nugent would earn more distinction as a writer, producer and director of stage and film after all was said and done. The son of playwright/producer/actor J.C. Nugent, Elliott was born in 1896 and came from pure show business stock...
“ Plot: Section 50, lot 351, near water tower ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section 40-551-1/3 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section 44, P 607, G4 ” - Syl
 
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Babe Ruth
Most of Babe Ruth's records have been broken. In 1961, not only did Roger Maris break The Babe's 34-year-old record for most home runs in a season with 61*, but Maris' teammate on the '61 Yankees, pitcher 'Whitey Ford' broke The Babe's 43-year-old record for most scoreless innings pitched in a World Series when the Yankees dispatched the Reds that year in the post-season...
“ Plot: Section 25, plot 1115, in the center of graves 3 and 4 ” - Syl
 
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“ Original burial site ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section 5, Lot 339, Block 2, Grave 4 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section 10, Lot 93 ” - Syl
 
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Spyros P. Skouras
Spyros Panagiotis Skouras was born on 27 September, 1892 at Skourahorian, Greece, the son of a local sheepherder. After initially studying for the priesthood, Skouras, with the help of his older brother, [error], joined his younger brother, George P. Skouras, and traveled to America. While working as a bus boy in St...
“ Plot: Section 10, Lot 93 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Buried with her first husband, Fred Allen ” - Syl