Buck Redfern lived at 78 Forest Hill Dr, Asheville, NC 28803. The original house is still standing today.
Final Resting Place:
53 Birch Street
Ashville, North Carolina, 28801
Grave Location:Section L, Plot 46, Grave 3
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery drive towards the office. With the office on your right and Section A on your left, drive straight and pass Section B on your left. The next section after B is Section L. Baseball player Buck Redfern and his family are buried in the top corner of Section L closest to the cemetery office. If you are at the bottom middle of this sloped section, his plot is in the top left 30 feet from the road.
Grave Location GPS35.6010341, -82.5724395
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popular name: Babe Ruth
date_of_death: August 16, 1948
cause_of_death: Cancer - an inoperable malignant tumor at the base of his skull and in his neck
best_know_for: Considered by many to be the greatest baseball player of all time, over the course of his career, Babe Ruth went on to break baseball's most important slugging records, including most years leading a league in home runs, most total bases in a season, and highest slugging percentage for a season. In all, Ruth hit 714 home runs—a mark that stood until 1974. The Bambino was among the first five players inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
popular name: Hank Greenberg
date_of_death: September 4, 1986
cause_of_death: Metastatic kidney cancer
best_know_for: Standing at six-foot-four, 215-pound Hank Greenberg was a baseball legend who played first base and outfield for the Detroit Tigers from 1930 to 1946. Greenberg, who was the American League's most valuable player in 1935 and 1940, also was one of the few players to make the transition from the field to the front office. He was a part-owner and general manager of the Cleveland Indians from 1948 to 1958 and a vice president of the Chicago White Sox from 1959 to 1960. Elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1956, Greenberg batted in more than 100 runs seven times during his career. His lifetime batting average was .313 and his career home run total was 331.
popular name: Johnny Kilbane
date_of_death: May 31, 1957
best_know_for: Johnny Kilbane was a successful featherweight boxer in the early part of the 20th century. He held the World Featherweight title from 1912 to 1923, the longest period in the division's history, having defended the title against four contenders during the reign. Statistical boxing website BoxRec lists Kilbane as the No. 2 ranked featherweight of all-time, while The Ring Magazine founder Nat Fleischer placed him at No. 5. With a record of 110 wins (24 by knockout), 17 losses, 15 draws and 1 no contest he was inducted into the Ring Magazine Hall of Fame in 1960 and the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1995.