Woodlawn National Cemetery's claim to fame is being the final resting place for Samuel Langhorne Clemens, noted author and humorist of the 1800s who wrote under the pen name of Mark Twain.
Signs easily direct visitors to Clemens' family plot shared by his wife and daughters. Historical data on the headstones tell stories of their own merit.
The cemetery itself is a charming place for driving around and noting the very old headstones, some so unique such as one that resembles a tree stump and another that looks like a dollhouse.
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