Georgia Engel

Birth Name:
Georgia Bright Engel
Birth Date:
July 28, 1948
Birth Place:
Washington, D.C.
Death Date:
April 12, 2019
Place of Death:
Princeton, New Jersey
Cause of Death:
Cemetery Name:
Cape Charles Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Show Business
Georgia Engel was an American actress best known for having played Georgette Franklin Baxter (Ted Baxter's wife) in the sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show from 1972 to 1977, Pat MacDougall on Everybody Loves Raymond from 2003 to 2005 and Mamie Sue on Hot in Cleveland from 2012 to 2015. She was nominated for five Primetime Emmy Awards.

Fun Facts

People often wonder – was that her real voice. Yes it was. That is actually how she talked.

And fans wonder to this day what she passed away from at a friend’s house in Princeton. Fans don’t know, her agent doesn’t know, her family doesn’t know and even Georgia doesn’t know because she was member of Christian Science. And the first rule of Christian Science is they maintain that Christian Science prayer is most effective against illness and disease when not combined with medicine.

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Cape Charles Cemetery

23034 Parsons Circle

Cape Charles, Virginia, 23310


North America


Cemetery map of Cape Charles Cemetery in Cape Charles, Virginia (copyright 2022 Google).
Cemetery map of Cape Charles Cemetery in Cape Charles, Virginia (copyright 2022 Google).

Grave Location:

Section W

Grave Location Description

As you enter the cemetery drive towards the large, white mausoleum. With the mausoleum on your left, continue straight ahead 4 sections until you come to a main dirt road. Turn left at this road and continue straight for 3 full sections and park. Georgia can be found close to the intersection, 3 rows from the dirt path. Look for the separate Horner and Black upright monuments on the dirt road and her final resting place is about 50 feet away next to a tall bush.

Grave Location GPS

37.26650682484818, -75.98534063575467



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