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Question: Where is American author Mark Twain buried?
Answer: Twain is buried with his wife Libby and all of their children in her hometown, Elmira, New York, where, during summertime visits to her family, he wrote large parts of some of his best-known books.
Question: Where is American comedian W.C. Fields buried?
Answer: Fields frequently disparaged his hometown, Philadelphia, but reputedly when asked what he wanted on his gravestone, he said, “I’d rather be in Philadelphia.” No such thing is on his marker in Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale.
Question: Where is Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir buried?
Answer: Born in Kiev but schooled in Milwaukee, where her family immigrated, Goldie Mabovitch moved with her husband to Palestine, later becoming Israel’s first female prime minister as Golda Meir.
Question: Where is U.S. Pres. Ulysses S. Grant buried?
Answer: Grant and his wife Julia rest in the General Grant Memorial on the Upper West Side of New York City, entombed rather than buried, thus providing the punchline to the old brain teaser "who’s buried in Grant’s Tomb? Nobody."
Question: Where is English musician George Harrison buried?
Answer: The Quiet One had half his ashes spread on the San Francisco Bay and the other half on the Ganges River in India, where the Beatles had come in 1968 to visit the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Question: Where is American boxer Jack Johnson buried?
Answer: Johnson, who bested the Great White Hope (Jim Jeffries) but was persecuted by racism, is buried in Graceland cemetery in Chicago, the city where he thrived at the height of his career.
Question: Where is English author-poet D.H. Lawrence buried?
Answer: Lawrence was initially buried in Vence, France, but his body was later exhumed and cremated, with his ashes mixed into the cement used for the altar in a hilltop shrine in Taos, New Mexico, where he had lived in 1924-25.
Question: Where is German philosopher Karl Marx buried?
Answer: Marx’s grave in is Highgate Cemetery in the north of London, the city in which he did some his most influential writing in the Reading Room of the British Museum.
Question: Where is U.S.-born dancer-singer Josephine Baker buried?
Answer: After growing up cleaning houses in St. Louis and a relatively undistinguished show-business career in the U.S., this sensational black entertainer became one of Europe’s biggest stars when she relocated to Paris and eventually became a French citizen.
Question: Where is American actor James Dean buried?
Answer: "Too fast to live, too young to die, bye-bye," sang the Eagles of Dean, who was killed in a California car crash but is buried in his small hometown in Indiana.
James Dean in "Rebel without a Cause" (1955), directed by Nicholas Ray.

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