Jane Austen’s grave in Winchester Cathedral. The plaque above her grave, which mentions her literary achievements was put there after her death, because at the time it wasn’t suitable for a woman to write. Jane Austen’s novels had all been published without even mentioning her name, just with the indication "by a lady“.
John Keats’ Tombstone, Rome, Italy. “Keats traveled to Rome and died there, aged just 25, in February, 1821. He told his friend Joseph Severn that he didn’t want his name to appear on his tombstone, but merely this line: HERE LIES ONE WHOSE NAME WAS WRIT IN WATER Severn honoured that wish, as the gravestone shows. Keats is commemorated just as ‘A young English poet.’”
Grave Marker- Stephen Crane, author (Red Badge of Courage). He died of tuberculosis in that Black Forest sanatorium. In his will he left everything to his wife who took his body to New York for burial. Crane was interred in the Evergreen Cemetery in what is now Hillside, New Jersey.