Behind this gate, rest John and Mable Ringling. (So does John's sister, Ida, although we don't hear too much about her.) John is in the middle and Mable is on the right. The plots are tucked away on the grounds of the Ringling Muesum of Art in a beautiful flower and statue garden known as Mable's Secret Garden. It's a short distance from Sarasota Bay and the Ringlings' winter home, the Ca d'Zan. (Although they also owned homes in New York City and New Jersey, the Ringlings wanted to be buried in Sarasota.) John died in 1936 from pneumonia when he was 70. He's the person who is credited with envisioning Sarasota as a place that would be developed and become a fashionable place to live and visit. Mable passed away in 1929 at the age of 54. Although she died two years before their art musuem opened (and John subsequently married and divorced) Mable was listed as a director and vice president. I'm linking to Taphophile Tragics. Check it out here.