Mary Travers of 1960s folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary was 5 feet 10 inches tall, according to a Bloomberg News obituary. Travers died in 2009 at the age of 72. More »

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Following the death of Mary Travers from leukemia in 2009, her four-hour memorial in New York City featured celebrity speakers and a crowd of 2,000. Travers died at age 72. Her memorial, held on her 73rd birthday, celebr... More »

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John Denver first found success as a songwriter in the 1960s when the folk singers Peter, Paul and Mary recorded one of his songs, "Leaving on a Jet Plane." The song became the group's only number one hit. More »

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Following the death of Mary Travers from leukemia in 2009, her four-hour memorial in New York City featured celebrity speakers and a crowd of 2,000. Travers died at age 72. Her memorial, held on her 73rd birthday, celebr... More »

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Peter Hollens and Pentatonix both have some good versions of Mary Did You Know on YouTube. Their performances of the beloved Christmas song are highly popular and the official videos on YouTube each have millions of view... More »

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Many artists have recorded versions of "Mary, Did You Know?" including Vickie Winans, Kenny Rogers, Reba McEntire, Clay Aiken, Rascal Flatts, and Cee Lo Green. Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene wrote the original lyrics and mu... More »

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The original list of characters for the board game "Guess Who?" includes Alex, Alfred, Anne, Bernard, Bill, Charles, Claire, David, Eric, Frans, George, Herman, Joe, Maria, Max, Paul, Peter, Philip, Richard, Robert, Sam,... More »