These are some photos from my personal travels over the years.
The grave marker of Thomas Jefferson, on the grounds of Monticello.
The sarcophagi of President and Mrs. James A. Garfield, in the great memorial inside Cleveland’s Lakeview Cemetery.
The sarcophagi of President and Mrs. William McKinley, Canton, Ohio.
The sarcophagi of President and Mrs. Warren G. Harding, Marion, Ohio.
The grave markers of President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.
Not to be too morbid, but . . . only the first man died peacefully in his bed. Three were victims of assassins, and the other of a sudden heart attack. “There is no man that hath power over the spirit to retain the spirit; neither hath he power in the day of death . . . For man also knoweth not his time” (Ecclesiastes 8:8, 9:12).