Friday, June 10, 2016

Indianapolis' Crown Hill Cemetery-- Part 2: Others With IMS Ties Buried There

From Wikipedia.

Captain Joseph Hammond, RAF in World War I, was killed in an air race in 1918 and buried in Carl Fisher's mausoleum.

Early Indy-based auto manufacturer Daniel Marmon of Nordyke Marmon & Company.  The first Indy 500 race in 1911 was won by a Marmon Wasp car.

David M. Parry, founder of the Parry Auto Company.

Charles H. Black and Frank P. Fox, Indy driver and owner of the Pope Motor Car Company

Auto company partners and brothers Walter C. Marmon and Howard Marmon.

Auto industrialists August Duesenberg and Frederick S. Duesenberg.

And, Even More to Come.  --DaCoot

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