Ever wonder what's carved on Sonny Bono's tombstone? How about Al Capone's? Or take the regular-guy dentist from Rhode Island who died in 1927 and was planted six feet deep, leaving behind this fitting and funny epitaph etched on his headstone: "I'm filling my last cavity." From the Old West's Boothill to the Main Street cemetery down the block, the last words chiseled on hundreds of headstones in America come to life in this sprightly written and meticulously researched book of epitaphs by journalist and author R.D. Byron-Smith and genealogical researcher Jane Ann Smith, published by Pilar Publishing.
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Published September 30, 2012
by Pilar Publishing.
Political & Social Sciences.