Over the years, the gravestones of the famous, or infamous,
have been defaced, chipped away or stolen by souvenir hunters.
However, that hasn't stopped the families and loved ones from
replacing them or keeping them up. In few cases, where a loved
one was creamated, we have only the story of the life they led.
Many more headstones will be added. In the meantime, visit the
graves of the departed below.



BONNIE PARKER

Crown Hill Cemetery
image courtesy of Renay Stanard







Bonnie's Marker Found May 24, 1968




Assistant superintendant Billy Soward (left) and superintendant Burl Avery (right) of
Crown Hill Memorial Park are seen holding the recovered headstone of Bonnie Parker

courtesy of Tom Methvin photo collection



Bonnie's sister Billie Jean Moon at the gravesite

courtesy of Tom Methvin photo collection



Bonnie's Gravesite Bird's eye view






ROY GLENN THORNTON
Death date Oct. 3, 1937

Hutchings-Alston-Haden Family Cemetery
Formerly Eastham State Farm Cemetery




APPLICATION TO MOVE BONNIE'S BODY
FROM FISHTRAP TO CROWN HILL CEMETERY

INTERMENT PAPER Fishtrap to Crown Hill


EMMA PARKER'S OBIT Dallas Morning News - Sept. 22, 1944


LC BARROW'S DEATH NOTICE Dallas Times Herald - Sept 6, 1979





HIDEOUT SIDE NOTE
Buddy and Jackie, Billie Jean's two young children also share this grave.


On October 11, 1933 Billie Jean's two year old daughter
Jackie took sick and died. Two days later Billie Jean's
son Buddy age 4 died of the same stomach disorder.


EMMA PARKER
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Bonnie's mother, Emma Krause Parker





CHARLES PARKER
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Chattanooga Cemetery Tilman, Ok.

Bonnie Parker's father died on Dec. 31, 1914 in Rowena, Runnels, Texas
Inscription reads "Gone, but not forgotten" like it is on Buck and Clyde's stone.






CLYDE AND BUCK BARROW
Western Heights Cemetery





Older upright headstone



Clyde's Marker Found May 29, 1968




Clyde's headstone was found by these three men in a heavily
wooded section near an apartment complex in North Dallas.

courtesy of Tom Methvin photo collection






HENRY AND CUMIE BARROW

Western Heights Cemetery

Parents of Clyde and Buck Barrow


CUMIE BARROW'S DEATH Dated August 15th 1942


HENRY BARROW'S OBIT Dated June 20th 1957


LC BARROW'S DEATH Dated September 6th 1979



HENRY B. BARROW'S "CERTIFICATE OF DEATH"







RAYMOND HAMILTON

Elmwood Memorial Park
RAYMOND HAMILTON'S ORIGINAL HEADSTONE

Ray's original headstone was stolen several years ago.
courtesy of Jonathan Davis



CLARENCE CLYDE CLAY

Clarence Clay was the brother of Edith Clay, who had married Bonnie's brother Hubert.
Clarence Clay's sister, Edith was the one who had introduced Clyde to Bonnie Thornton.

Below is an article on his 40 year sentence in 1935.
CLARENCE CLAY 1935 ARTICLE




Crown Hill Memorial Park


Hubert "Buster" Parker had worked for Rusty Cook in Gradewater, Texas, Ada Cutsinger Cook
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was Clarence's mother. Ada Cook was the informant for her son's death certificate info below.


CLARENCE CLAY DEATH CERTIFICATE







HUBERT NICHOLAS PARKER


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Crown Hill Memorial Park, Dallas






HUBERT PARKER'S DEATH CERTIFICATE







WHAT ABOUT FLOYD HAMILTON?


According to a July 28 1984 article in the Dallas Morning News - Floyd Hamilton was cremated and
his ashes were spread near the grave of his wife in Irving . His wife died March 17, 1984 in Dallas
courtesy of Cary Ward



HENRY METHVIN AND DADDY, IVY
Henry's father was Ivy T. Methvin, b.1885 d. 1946 (Red River Parish)
Henry's mother was Avie (maiden name Avie Stephens)
Ivy and Avie's children were Terrell, Henry and Cecil



Hideout Note:
Iverson Methvin, often mistaken for Ivy T., Henry's Daddy, was not involved
in the ambush of Parker and Barrow, and made his requests known to the local papers
in order to correct that assumption and clear him, publicly, of any such connection.


HENRY'S FAMILY (A BRIEF REFERENCE)




Louisiana's Social Springs Cemetery

Henry Methvin met his end, when he was cut in
two by a train. Both headstones were handcarved.






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