Final Resting Place:
Moore Memorial Gardens Cemetery
1219 N Davis Dr.
Arlington, Texas, 96102
Grave Location:Lakeside Estates, Abbott Family Plot
Grave Location Description
About 100 feet from the road down a paved pathway
Grave Location GPS32.7539244,-97.1204726
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popular name: John Phillips
date_of_death: March 18, 2001
cause_of_death: Heart Failure, end stage liver disease, cirrhosis and sepsis
best_know_for: He is famous for his role in organizing the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, his incestuous relationship with his daughter Mackenzie, oh and I almost forgot - as a member and leader of the vocal group The Mamas and the Papas. And it was said that his destructive tendencies were too florid even for Keith Richards, who once kicked Phillips out of his house for being too out-of-control. Be that as it may, in addition to writing the majority of the group's compositions including "California Dreamin'", "Monday, Monday", "I Saw Her Again", "Creeque Alley", and "Dedicated to the One I Love", he also wrote "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" in 1967 for former Journeymen bandmate Scott McKenzie as well as the oft-covered "Me and My Uncle", which was a favorite in the repertoire of the Grateful Dead.
popular name: Charlie Patton
date_of_death: April 28, 1934
cause_of_death: Heart Disease (Mitral Valve Disorder)
best_know_for: Small in stature but a giant blues talent, the often stubborn and rude (he was married 8 times) Charley Patton was the most influential artist of the first blues generation. And while there are no guitars, homes, autographs and only two known photographs of the bluesman, time has not diminished his celebrity and his place in blues history has reached mythical proportions.
popular name: Herb Reed
date_of_death: June 4, 2012
cause_of_death: Heart disease and lung disease
best_know_for: Herbert Reed is best remembered as the last surviving original member of the do-wop group The Platters. As the only member of The Platters who sang on all of the 400+ songs recorded by the group, his vocals can be heard on The Platters' biggest hits including "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", "The Great Pretender", "Twilight Time", and "My Prayer".