Final Resting Place:
Laurel Hill Cemetery
61 Island Street
Wilton, New Hampshire, 03086
Grave Location:Section W
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery drive all the way to the far end. His final resting place is in Section W in the back of the cemetery. His grave is about 10 feet from the curved dirt road in the new section. His flat monument is in the section between the two curved dirt roads and not in the back section near the forest (as others have reported).
Grave Location GPS42.8397100698, -71.7415729081
Visiting The Grave:
Read More About Rod Price:
- Published Obituary
- Wikipedia Entry
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Videos Featuring Rod Price:
popular name: Dimebag Darrell
date_of_death: December 8, 2004
cause_of_death: Multiple gunshot wounds to the head
best_know_for: As the cofounder with his brother Vinnie of Pantera and Damageplan, Dimebag Darrell was not only one of the most influential heavy metal guitarist but considered one of the greatest guitarist of modern times. Sadly his fame extended to his brutal death while performing onstage at the Alrosa Villa Nightclub in Columbus, Ohio.
popular name: Johnny Ace
date_of_death: December 25, 1954
cause_of_death: Accidental gunshot to the head
best_know_for: A popular R&B singer with a string of eight hits in a row including "Cross My Heart" and "Please Forgive Me", he blew his brains out on Christmas Day between sets after telling everyone ‘It’s okay! Gun’s not loaded… see?’ Interestingly enough, "Pledging My Love" was a posthumous R&B number 1 hit for 10 weeks beginning February 12, 1955, thus Johnny Ace became the first artist to reach the Billboard pop charts only after death.
Carl Lee Cunningham
popular name: Carl Lee Cunningham
date_of_death: December 10, 1967
cause_of_death: Plane crash
best_know_for: As a member of the Bar-Kays, Carl played drums for Otis Redding and died in the plane crash that took the life of Otis Redding, Phalon Jones, Carl Cunningham, Ronnie Caldwell, guitarist Jimmy King and valet Matthew Kelly. Only Ben Cauley survived the crash.