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Grand View Burial Park Also known as Grandview Burial Park LOCATION 11116 Highway 61 South Hannibal, Ralls County, Missouri, 63401 USA PHONE 573-221-6313 WEBSITE www.grandviewfuneral.com/index.html

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Grand View Burial Park Also known as Grandview Burial Park

LOCATION 11116 Highway 61 South Hannibal, Ralls County, Missouri, 63401 USA PHONE 573-221-6313 WEBSITE www.grandviewfuneral.com/index.html https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/28977/grand-view-burial-park

Famous People Buried Here: Arthur J. Forrest BIRTH 1 May 1895 St. Louis County, Missouri, USA DEATH 30 Nov 1964 (aged 69) Saint Louis, St. Louis City, Missouri, USA BURIAL Grand View Burial Park Hannibal, Ralls County, Missouri, USA Show Map MEMORIAL ID 6403425 · View Source

MEMORIAL PHOTOS 4 FLOWERS 34 Congressional Medal of Honor recipient. Rank and Organization: Sergeant, U.S. Army, Company D, 354th Infantry, 89th Division. Place and Date: Near Remonville, France, 1 November 1918. Entered Service At: Hannibal, Missouri. Birth: St. Louis, Missouri. G.O. No.: 50, W.D., 1919. Citation: When the advance of his company was stopped by bursts of fire from a nest of 6 enemy machineguns, without being discovered, he worked his way single-handed to a point within 50 yards of the machinegun nest. Charging, single-handed, he drove out the enemy in disorder, thereby protecting the advance platoon from annihilating fire, and permitting the resumption of the advance of his company.

Edward Vaughn Long BIRTH 18 Jul 1908 Lincoln County, Missouri, USA DEATH 6 Nov 1972 (aged 64) Eolia, Pike County, Missouri, USA BURIAL Grand View Burial Park Hannibal, Ralls County, Missouri, USA MEMORIAL ID 7129284 · View Source

MEMORIAL PHOTOS 3 FLOWERS 33 U.S. Senator. He attended Culver-Stockton College, the University of Missouri, studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1936 and opened a legal practice in Bowling Green, Missouri. He was prosecuting attorney of Pike County (1937-41), Bowling Green City Attorney (1941-45), and a member of the Missouri State Senate (1945-55). He was elected as a Democrat, the 36th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri, serving (1957-60), when he was elected in a special election to the U.S. Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Thomas C. Hennings, Jr., serving (1960-68). After leaving the Senate, he resumed the practice of law and engaged in farming until his death.

Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith