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Death Becomes Them
"Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia is home to three American presidents, to Civil War heroes and other famous Americans. I will describe the person buried and you give me the name."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
I was the 5th President of the United States. I also served as Secretary of State, Governor of Virginia and Minister to France. A famous doctrine bears my name.
I was the 10th President of the United States. I was Vice President for 32 days until William Henry Harrison died making me the first Vice President to assume the presidency after the death of the president.
Martin Van Buren
I am the other American president to be buried here but I was not President of the United States; I was President of the Confederate States of America.
Robert E Lee
I was a Major General of the cavalry for the Confederacy and a two time governor of Virginia. I'm still not as famous as my well known uncle.
Richard Henry Lee
I was a two time Governor of Virginia and held office at the end of the Civil War. I also was a major general for the Confederacy during the war. Most people know me as Extra-Billy
I commanded the cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia for most of the War. I was General Lee's "eyes".
I am a two time Pulitzer Prize winning author for my four volume biography of Robert E. Lee and my six volume biography of George Washington.
Douglas Southall Freeman
I am most famous for my brigades charge at Gettysburg.
Nathan Bedford Forrest
Albert Sidney Johnson
My nickname was the Pathfinder of the Seas. I was the first superintendent of the United States Naval Observatory. During the Civil War I served as Chief of Seacoast, River and Harbor Defences for the Confederacy. Despite this my statue is probably the least known on Richmond's Monument Avenue.
Matthew Fontaine Maury
I died in 1998. I served as President of the American Bar Association in 1964-65. In 1969 President Nixon asked me to become a member of the Supreme Court, but I declined. When he asked me again in 1971 I accepted and served on the court from 1972 to 1987.
Lewis Powell Jr.
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