|GREENWICH||England's Royal Greenwich Observatory, built for King Charles II in 1675, serves as the official marker.|
|SHANIA||Shania Twain's first name is Ojibwa Indian for "I'm on my way".|
|ACTON||John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton was a 19th-century English historian.|
|MUMPS||The viral disease, which causes inflammation of the parotid glands, was a common childhood malady before|
|ABRAHAM||The 100-year-old chuckled when told that his wife Sarah would give birth to a son, so the child was named "he will laugh".|
|DEUCE||The French call the second and later deuces "egalite", while they just refer to the first deuce as "quarante a" ("forty-all").|
Quiz Quilt Answer: CAPONE (Fourth letters going up)
Legendary American gangster Al Capone masqueraded as a "Used Furniture Dealer" on his business cards.