Looking for Mabel Normand

Madcap Mabel Normand

These final resting places of Mabel’s friends have been meticulously researched

and photographed by Bob Siler to enhance our understanding of this period in

film history.

 

 

LIST OF GRAVESITES

       

  1. BERN, PAUL
  2. BEVAN, BILLY
  3. BRADFORD, CHARLES AVERY
  4. CABANNE, CHRISTY (WILLIAM)
  5. CAVENDER, GLENN
  6. CHAPLIN, CHARLIE
  7. CHAPMAN, EDYTHE
  8. CHASE, CHARLEY
  9. CONKLIN, CHESTER
  10. COSTELLO, MAURICE
  11. de GRASSE, SAMUEL
  12. DENT, VERNON
  13. DRESSLER, MARIE
  14. DURFEE, MINTA (ARBUCKLE)
  15. EDWARDS, TED (MAURICE BURRELL)
  16. FINLAYSON, JAMES
  17. FRENCH, CHARLES
  18. GARVIN, ANITA
  19. GOLDWYN, SAMUEL
  20. GOULDING, ALF
  21. GRIBBON, EDDIE
  22. HALE, CREIGHTON
  23. HARDY, OLIVER
  24. HATTON, RAYMOND
  25. HOLDERNESS, FAY (LEEDS)
  26. HOUSMAN, ARTHUR
  27. JESKE, GEORGE
  28. JONES, RICHARD
  29. JUNE, MIDRED
  30. KARLOFF, BORIS
  31. KENNEDY, EDGAR
  32. KENNEDY, TOM
  33. LANDIS, CULLEN
  34. LAUREL, STAN
  35. MACE, FRED
  36. MANN, HANK
  37. MARSH, MAE (ARMS)
  38. MARSHALL, TULLY
  39. Mc CAREY, LEO
  40. MENJOU, ADOLPH
  41. MOORE, MATT
  42. MOORE, TOM
  43. MORAN, POLLY (MALONE)
  44. NICHOLS, GEORGE
  45. PALLETTE, EUGENE
  46. PAYSON, BLANCHE
  47. ROACH, HAL
  48. SCHERTZINGER, VICTOR
  49. SEITER, WILLIAM
  50. SELWYN, EDGAR
  51. SENNETT, MACK
  52. STERLING, FORD
  53. STOKDALE, CARL
  54. TASHMAN, LILYAN
  55. TUCKER, GEORGE
  56. TURPIN, BEN
  57. VISAROFF, MICHAEL
  58. von ELTZ, THEODOR
  59. von SEYFFERTITZ, GUSTAV
  60. WINDSON, CLAIR

 

 

 

 

 

 PAUL BERN

(1)

INGLEWOOD PARK CEMETERY

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA

MAUSOLEUM OF GOLDEN WEST, SAN. OF FAITH SECTION F-96, NICHE D

 

(28) 

F. RICHARD JONES

FOREST LAWN

GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA

GREAT MAUSOLEUM

FLORENTINE COLUMBARIUM - NICHE 8032

MARRIED TO DESIGNER IRENE.  HER ASHES ARE ALSO HERE

 

 

 

 GEORGE LOANE TUCKER

HOLLYWOOD FOREVER

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA

SECRET GARDENS - 237

 

 

 GEORGE NICHOLS

FOREST LAWN

GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA

COLUMBARIUM OF HOPE, NICHE - 6824

 

 

 VICTOR L. SCHERTZINGER

FOREST LAWN

GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA

GREAT MAUSOLEUM SAN. OF REPOSE

 CRYPT - 8415

 

 SAM GOLDWYN

FOREST LAWN

GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA

GARDEN OF HONOR (PRIVATE) - NOT MARKED

INTERRED WITH WIFE

AND

 DIRECTOR GEORGE CUKOR

   

GRAVE LOCATIONS
OF SOME OF
THE KEYSTONE KOPS
 WHO APPEARED WITH MABEL
 
 

 

 CHARLES AVERY BRADFORD

HOLLYWOOD FOREVER

COLONNADE - SOUTH WALL - NICHE P (87)

 
 

 8 FILMS - 1912-1915

 
 
 
 

      

 HANK MANN

HOLLYWOOD FOREVER

 
 

 21 FILMS - 1913 - 1915

 
 
 
 

 
 

 FORD STERLING

FORD STERLING
 
HOLLYWOOD FOREVER
 
COLONNADE 2 - SOUTH WALL - "DAWN" - COMMUNITY
 
NICHE - NOT MARKED
 
  
 
 

 84 FILMS(or more) -1911-1922

 
 
 
  
 
 
 

 
 
 

 BILLY BEVAN

 
OAK HILL MEMORIAL PARK - ESCONDIDO, CALIF.
 
 
 
 
 

 KEYSTONE COP

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

 GLENN CAVENDER

 
FOREST LAWN, GLENDALE
 
GREAT MAUSOLEUM - COLUMBARIUM OF DAWN
 
 
 

 12 FILMS - 1914-1916

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

 

TED EDWARDS aka MAURICE BURRELL
 
ROSE HILLS MEMORIAL PARK - WHITTIER
 
 
 
 

 1 FILM - 1915

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

 CHESTER CONKLIN

 
 
SCATTERED AT SEA
 
 

 12 FILMS - 1914-1916

 
 

 
 

 EDDIE GRIBBON

 
(Mabel Normand is here near him)
 
CALVERY CEMETERY - EAST LOS ANGELES
 
THE MAIN MAUSOLEUM
 
 

 

1 FILM - MOLLY O' (1921)

 
 

 

 GEORGE JESKE

 
 
COACHELIA VALLEY PUBLIC CEMETERY - COACHELIA, CA.
 
 

 1 FILM - 1914

 
 
 
 

 
 

 MACK SENNETT

 
HOLY CROSS CEMETERY - CULVER CITY
 
 
 
 

 THE KING OF COMEDY

 
 
 
 
 

 
 

EDGAR KENNEDY

 
 
 
 

 22 FILMS - 1913-1915

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

born: August 22, 1878 Pennsylvania

died:  February 21, 1917    New York

 

 

 

 FRED MACE

 
BORDENTOWN CEMETERY, BORDENTOWN, NJ
 
 
 

 65 FILMS (yes, 65 films together)

-1911-1915

Mace was a dentist from Erie, Pennsylvania who at one point did some stage stock work for Mack Sennett. Heading west, he worked for Carl Laemmle and Thomas H. Ince before settling back with Sennett. After achieving success as the Chief of the Keystone Kops, he quit Sennett and opened his own company, trying to develop films around his old "One-Round O'Brien" character. After that didn't work out as he planned, Mace moved to Apollo Films. That was also a failure, and he later formed his own company, the Fred Mace Feature Film Company. Unfortunately, the company folded, and Mace returned to Sennett. By that time, however, his popularity had wained, and Mace received few roles over the next two years. He was ultimately found dead in a New York City hotel room, reportedly of a stroke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

added May 2006

THE GRAVES OF A FEW MORE OF MABEL'S FRIENDS 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Added in June 2006