Arlington Cemetery (Pennsylvania)
The Arlington Cemetery now consists of the Mount Vernon Office, Topitzer Funeral Home, Williamsburg Chapel, The Museum of Mourning Art, The Garden Mausoleum, The Monticello Mausoleum, and a greenhouse. In addition, the cemetery itself is divided up into about 18 sections, each individually named.
The Monticello Mausoleum is loosely modeled after the original Virginia home of Thomas Jefferson. There is a bronze bell under the dome that was cast in the foundry of Paul Revere. The bell was originally made for a church in Vermont, the bell was then moved to Pennsylvania.
The Williamsburg Chapel is a non-denominational chapel.
- Lloyd Alexander (1924–2007) – Author of children's fantasy fiction books, such as the "Chronicles of Prydain" series. Won the Newbery Medal for "The High King" in 1969.
- Jack Clements (1864–1941) – Major League Baseball Player. Played Major League baseball as a catcher for 17 seasons (1884 to 1900). Played with the Philadelphia Keystones of the Union Association, the Philadelphia Quakers/Phillies, St. Louis Browns (Cardinals), Cleveland Spiders (Indians) and Boston Beaneaters (Braves).
- William Adolphus Crouse (1866–1941) – Spanish–American War Congressional Medal of Honor recipient. Served on the USS Concord as Watertender in the United States Navy.
- Wes Curry (1860–1933) – Major League baseball umpire and player from 1884-1898.
- Benjamin F. James (1885–1961) – Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. Later became president and chairman of the board of directors of the Franklin Printing Co.
- Alan MacDiarmid (1927–2007) – Chemist and recipient of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2000.
- John F. Mackie (1835–1910) – United States Marine and a recipient of the Medal of Honor for his actions in the American Civil War. He was the first Marine to receive the Medal of Honor.
- Sherry Magee (1884–1929) – Left fielder in Major League Baseball. Played for the Philadelphia Phillies (1904–1914), Boston Braves (1915–1917) and Cincinnati Reds (1917 -1919).
- Ruth Malcomson (1906–1988) – Miss America 1924.
- William H. Milliken, Jr. (1897–1969) – Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.
- Harry O'Neill (1917–1945) – American baseball player who appeared in one 1939 game for the Philadelphia Athletics, but was one of only two major league baseball players killed in action during World War II.
- Sarkis Torossian (1891–1954) – Decorated Ottoman, French, and British commander of Armenian descent.
- Morrie Rath (1886–1945) – American baseball player who played second base for the Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds in the 1910s.
- Theodore F. Smith (1852–1925) – Indian Wars Congressional Medal of Honor recipient. Served as a Private in Company G, 1st United States Regular Cavalry.
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