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Patsy Cline promotional photograph in 1961, shortly before her car accident that June.

Full Name: Virginia Patterson Hensley
Description: Vocalist, USA
Known For: 1957 "Walkin After Midnight" Hit song
Instruments: Voice, Piano
Music Styles: Country, Traditional Pop
Location: United States of America
Web Site: http://www.patsycline.com
Date Born: 8th September 1932
Location Born: Winchester, Virginia, United States of America
Date Died: 5th March 1963
Location Died: Camden, Tennessee, United States of America
Cause Of Death: Plane crash
Memorial: She was buried in her hometown of Winchester, Virginia, at Shenandoah Memorial Park. Her grave is marked with a simple bronze plaque, which reads: "Death Cannot Kill What Never Dies: Love."
Summary: She was the daughter of Sam and Hilda Patterson Hensley, a blacksmith and a seamstress; Hilda was only 16 when Patsy was born. Patsy was the eldest of three children, which included a brother, Samuel, and a sister, Sylvia. The three children, despite their given names, were called "Ginny," "John," and "Sis," respectively.
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