Angus Beef guy grave.

Grave of the Man who Gave us Angus Beef

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Victoria, Kansas

The Grant Memorial is a limestone pyramid, erected in 1943. In 1873 George Grant imported four Black Aberdeen Angus bulls from Scotland to Victoria -- the first Angus cattle in the U.S. On the centennial, in 1973, it was topped with a statue of an Angus bull.

Today, branding the word "Angus" on any fast food item imbues it with a magical, irresistible quality!

Grave of the Man who Gave us Angus Beef

St. George Cemetery

Address:
E. 1st St., Victoria, KS
Directions:
I-70 exit 168. Drive south several miles until the road ends, then turn left on Old Hwy 40. Make the first right onto Main St. then quickly turn left onto 1st St. Drive until it ends at St. George Cemetery; the grave will be on the left.
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