Larry Worrell and James Duell

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Larry Martin Worrell (June 23, 1954 - December 17, 1989) and James Richard Duell (February 11, 1947 – July 15, 1992) are buried together in the gay corner of the Congressional Cemetery, in Washington, D.C. Their tombstone reads "Two most excellent adventures".[1]

Early life

James Duell was born in Washington, D.C., on February 11, 1947, the son of Richard and Frances Duell of Clarksdale, Mississippi.[2]

Larry Worrell was born on June 23, 1954, the son of Jean C. Worrell of Courtland, Virginia and David H. Worrell, Jr., of Richmond, Virginia.[3]

Duell grew up in Mississippi and in 1965 graduated from Benoll High School. He then attended Mississippi State University and graduated in 1969. He did post-graduate work for two years at Mississippi State University and then moved back to Washington, D.C.[2]


In 1971 James Duell started working for the Immigration and Naturalization Service where he held executive-level positions until his death in 1992.[2]

Personal life

Larry Worrell died in Washington, D.C., on December 17, 1989. James Duell died 3 years later, on July 15, 1992.[2]


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