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Stewart, Jimmy b. June 11, 1939 d. November 24, 2012 Major League Baseball Player. For ten seasons (1963 to 1967 and 1969 to 1973), he played at the outfielder, second-base and shortstop positions with the Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds and Houston Astros. Born James Franklin Stewart, he attended Lafayette High School in Alabama where he excelled in basketball and track and later distinguished himself on the collegiate diamond at Austin Peavy State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. Signed by the Cubs as an amateur free agent...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
Stewart, Jimmy Goethel b. December 25, 1942 d. May 18, 1966 Viet Nam Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Stewart served as a Staff Sergeant, United States Army, Company B, 2d Battalion, 12th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile). He was awarded his medal posthumously for service at the Republic of Vietnam, on May 18, 1966. His citation reads-For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. Early in the morning a reinforced North Vietnamese company attacked Company B, which was manning...[Read More] (Bio by: K) Riverview Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs County, Ohio, USA
Bain, Jimmy (James Stewart) b. December 19, 1947 d. January 24, 2016 Rock Musician. He was a Scottish bass guitarist best known for playing in the bands Rainbow and Dio with Ronnie James Dio. He had also worked with Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott, co-writing on his solo albums. He was born in Newtonmore, and played in several provincial amateur bands as a young teen. His parents and younger brothers relocated to Vancouver, Canada. By this point he was playing professionally in Street Noise. However, he did join his family for a brief stay in Canada. Before...[Read More] Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Stewart, James 'Jimmy' b. May 20, 1908 d. July 2, 1997 Academy Award Winning Actor, Film Icon. Known for his distinctive drawl voice and down-to-earth persona, he is often considered to be one of the most influential actors in the history of American cinema. His career spanned almost 60 years and he appeared in over 90 films, television programs, shorts, and Broadway performances. Five of his movies were included on the American Film Institute's list of the 100 greatest American films, "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (1939), "The Philadelphia Story"...[Read More] (Bio by: William Bjornstad) Cause of death: Pulmonic blood clot Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale), Glendale, Los Angeles County, California, USA Plot: Wee Kirk Churchyard, Space 2, Lot 8, near the statue of a man holding an arrow. To the left of the Wee Kirk of the Heather Church on the hill. GPS coordinates: 34.1273766, -118.2496414 (hddd.dddd)
Granger, Stewart (James Lablanche Stewart) b. May 6, 1913 d. August 16, 1993 English Actor. He started out in British films in the 1930's and appeared in some sixty movies during his career. He became an overnight star in England after his appearance in "The Man in Grey" attracting Hollywood's attention leading to a contract with MGM where he appeared in a number of swashbuckler and white hunter roles..."King Solomon's Mines" "Scaramouche" and a series color remake of "The Prisoner of Zenda and "Beau Brummel." He took his professional name Stewart Granger to avoid...[Read More] (Bio by: Donald Greyfield) Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend, Ashes Given to Family
Donley, Jimmy (James K.) b. August 17, 1929 d. March 20, 1963 Singer, Composer. Jimmy wrote many tunes for Fats Domino, including "What a Price" "Hold Hands", and "Rockin' Bicycle". Jimmy recorded for the Decca and Teardrop labels. including his own compositions "Our Love", "Born to be a Loser", "Think it Over", "I'm to Blame" and many others. After several stormy marriages and the death of his beloved mother, Jimmy committed suicide by running a hose from the exhaust pipe through the rear window of his car. When police arrived, the car motor was still...[Read More] (Bio by: James' Oldies) Saucier Cemetery, Saucier, Harrison County, Mississippi, USA
Stewart, Nelson Robert 'Old Poison' b. December 29, 1902 d. August 21, 1957 Professional Hockey Player. A native of Montreal, Quebec, 'Nels' Stewart' played for teams in the NHL, OHA-Jr., OHA-Sr., USAHA, and the St-Cup, hockey players. At 6'01, and 200lbs, Stewart played the position of Center for the Toronto Beaches from 1917 to 1919, Parkdale Canoe Club from 1919 to 1920, Cleveland Indians from 1920 t0 1924, Cleveland Blues from Montreal Maroons from 1925 to 1932, Boston Bruins from 1932 to 1935, 1936 to 1937, and the New York Americans from 1935 to 1940. Stewart was...[Read More] (Bio by: K) Pine Hills Cemetery, Scarborough, Toronto Municipality, Ontario, Canada
Scott, Jimmy b. July 17, 1925 d. June 12, 2014 Jazz Vocalist. Born James Victor Scott also known as "Little" Jimmy Scott. He was famous for his unusually high contralto voice, due to Kallmann's syndrome, a very rare genetic condition. His growth was stunted due to his condition, he was four feet eleven inches until the age of 37, he grew another 8 inches. He was "Little Jimmy Scott" in the Lionel Hampton Band when he sang his 1940's hit "Everybody's Somebody's Fool", it became a top ten R&B hit in 1950. Other recordings include: Very Truly...[Read More] (Bio by: Babe) Knollwood Cemetery, Mayfield Heights, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
Stewart, Alexander Turney [original burial site] b. October 12, 1803 d. April 10, 1876 Original burial site of celebrated 19th Century entrepreneur Alexander T. Stewart, whose dry goods empire made him the third wealthiest man in America at the time of his death. In 1878 his body was stolen from its resting place here at St. Mark's and held for $20,000 ransom. After Stewart's widow, Cornelia, complied with the thieves' demands, she had the recovered remains entombed in a new family vault in the Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City, Long Island, although a...[Read More] (Bio by: Nikita Barlow) Saint Mark's Church-In-The-Bowery, Manhattan, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
Stewart, Ian b. July 18, 1938 d. December 12, 1985 Rock musician. Ian Stewart was the original pianist for The Rolling Stones, but left the group early on and became their road manager. Over the years, he would continue to play for the Stones as a backing musician, contributing on tracks like "Let's Spend the Night Together" and "Petrol Gang". (Bio by: Stuthehistoryguy) Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown
Stewart, James A b. 1839 Peacetime Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. He entered the US Marine Corps in Pennsylvania and served as a Sergeant. His citation reads "Serving on board the USS Plymouth, Stewart jumped overboard in the harbor of Villefranche, France, 1 February 1872 and saved Midshipman Osterhaus from drowning". (Bio by: Don Morfe) Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Stewart, James Augustus b. November 24, 1808 d. April 3, 1879 Us Congressman. He attended Dorchester County schools and Franklin College in Baltimore, studied law with a Baltimore attorney, and began a practice in Cambridge in 1829. Stewart was also active in several business ventures, including shipbuilding and home construction. In 1838 he was an unsuccessful candidate for the US House of Representatives, and he served in the Maryland House of Delegates from 1843 to 1845. Stewart was a Delegate to the Democratic national convention in 1844. From 1854 to...[Read More] (Bio by: Bill McKern) Christ Episcopal Church Cemetery, Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
Stewart, Dennis Cleveland b. July 29, 1947 d. April 20, 1994 Actor. A native of Los Angeles, California, Stewart is best remembered for his role as Scorpions gangmember 'Leo "Crater Face" Balmudo' in "Grease" (1978), and "Grease 2" (1982). Stewart's other roles include the films, "Pete's Dragon" (1977), "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1978), "Elvis" (1979), "Zoot Suit" (1981), "D.C. Cab" (1983), "Police Story: Cop Killer" (1988), "Cop" (1988), and "Fatal Charm" (1990). He also appeared on the television programs, "Hunter", "Parker Lewis Can't...[Read More] Cause of death: Complications of AIDS Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea
Aubrey, Jimmy b. September 23, 1887 d. September 2, 1983 Actor. Born in England, he is the son of Robert Aubrey, the US born gymnast. He was a member of the Fred Karno traveling variety troupe and other alumni of the Karno group were Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel. Jimmy moved to the United States around 1908. An early understudy of Charlie Chaplin, he later achieved leading status during the silents era. His earliest films were the "Heinie and Louie" Starlight Comedies for the Mittendahl Studios in New Jersey which were released through Pathe...[Read More] (Bio by: Shock) San Fernando Mission Cemetery, Mission Hills, Los Angeles County, California, USA Plot: Section BB, Tier 26, Grave 19
Mack (McNair), Jimmy (James D.) b. May 9, 1952 d. June 7, 2014 Comedian. Peforming under the names Jimmy Mack and Uncle Jimmy Mack, he was a former cast member of Saturday Night Live. His comedy career began in the Uptown Comedy Club in Harlem, where he met fellow comedian Tracy Morgan. He hosted The Original Uncle Jimmy Mack's Amateur Hour, a fundraising event which featured local comedic talent. During his tenure with Saturday Night Live, he wrote sketches for the show and had written material for Tracy Morganís Turn It Funny stand up comedy tour...[Read More] (Bio by: Apollymi) Hillside Cemetery, Cortlandt Manor, Westchester County, New York, USA Plot: Woodlawn Sect 1 Grave3, #81