Final Resting Place:
Cemeterie de hauterive
57-59 L'Ancienne Église
Hauterive, , 26390
Grave Location Description
Factuer Cheval’s spectacular mausoleum can be found near the entrance to this small village cemetery.
Grave Location GPS45.250108, 5.018900
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cause_of_death: Natural Causes
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