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Mary Devlin Booth, first wife of Edwin Booth (the foremost American Shakespearean performer of the 19th century), died on Feb. 21, 1863. She is buried at Mount Auburn. Edwin Booth, who died in 1893, is buried beside her and their daughter and her family share the plot.

Mary Devlin Booth, first wife of Edwin Booth (the foremost American Shakespearean performer of the century), died on Feb. She is buried at Mount Auburn. Edwin Booth, who died in is buried beside her and their daughter and her family share the plot.

John Surratt circa 1868. Surratt was the son of Mary Surratt and friend of John Wilkes Booth. He was the only Lincoln conspirator who got away. #civilwar

John Surratt: The Lincoln Conspirator Who Got Away

John Surratt circa Surratt was the son of Mary Surratt and friend of John Wilkes Booth. He was the only Lincoln conspirator who got away. Kind of looks like Benedict Cumberbatch, my imaginary boyfriend

This taken after Abraham Lincoln died in this bed after the assault at Ford's Theatre

The photograph above was taken by Petersen House boarder Julius Ulke shortly after President Lincoln died. Lincoln's body lay diagonally on this bed. Source: Chicago History Museumbraham Lincoln's Last Day

Mary Holmes Booth Hampden-Booth Library

Mary Ann Holmes Booth Image Source: The Hampden-Booth Theatre Library

"Edwin Booth, the brother of assassin John Wilkes Booth, was once upon a time known as the greatest actor in American history. In fact, certain theater historians would probably argue that he still is today. His reputation as an actor was described as "mythic," and a statue of him stands in Manhattan's Gramercy Park to this very day. In his day, Edwin was as fa...

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1873 Portrait Engraving Edwin Booth American Actor Hamlet John Wilkes Booth | eBay

1873 Portrait Engraving Edwin Booth American Actor Hamlet John Wilkes Booth | eBay

*JUNIUS BOOTH (John Wilkes Booth Father):  British  + and had moved to the U.. in 1821. In addition to the farm at Bel Air (where the Booth family had slaves), the family also owned a home on North Exeter St. in Baltimore where the colder months of the yr were spend. Junius was one of the most famous actors on the American stage although he was an eccentric personality...

*BRUTUS BOOTH ~ He was an English stage actor and the father of John Wilkes Booth, an actor and the assassin of U. President Abraham Lincoln, Edwin Booth, the foremost tragedian of the mid-to-late .

Junius Jr., Edwin and John Wilkes Booth

The three brothers John Wilkes, Junius Brutus (Jr.), and Edwin Booth, all critically acclaimed actors of their day, only once all three .

Edwin Booth (1833-1893), American actor. Hamlet was his signature role. 1873 poster

Edwin Booth (1833-1893), American actor. Hamlet was his signature role. 1873 poster

*EDWIN BOOTH (Brother of John Wilkes Booth) ~ American actor. Hamlet was his signature role.

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