Cohen, Carla Co-owner of popular D. Cohen, Leonard Legendary singer-songwriter penned "Hallelujah" Cole, George Veteran British actor known best for "Minder" Cole, Natalie Grammy-winning singer Coleman, Jerry Hall of Fame broadcaster Coleman, Ornette Innovative jazz saxophonist and composer Collapse Victims, Mecca Crane More than 65 people killed in crane accident at mosque Colledge, Cecilia Innovative figure skater was the youngest athlete to compete in the Winter Olympics Collier, Jason Atlanta Hawks center Collins, Bud Sportscaster provided decades of tennis commentary on TV Collins, Jerry Former All Blacks rugby player Colmes, Alan Radio and TV political talk show host Colvin, Marie Respected American war reporter Commoner, Barry Scientist and one of the pioneers of the environmental movement Como, Perry Crooning baritone barber known for his relaxed vocals, cardigan sweaters and TV specials Compton, Lynn D.
Kennedy's limousine Acclaimed author of twin novels "Mrs.
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Bridge" and "Mr. Conner, Bruce Beat-era artist made groundbreaking avant-garde films Connors, Mike Actor starred on the detective series "Mannix" Connors, Tom Country-folk singer and one of Canada's biggest cultural icons Conrad, Paul Political cartoonist who won three Pulitzer Prizes Conroy, Pat Best-selling author drew upon rough childhood experience as military brat Cooley, Denton Surgeon performed world's first artificial heart implant Cooley, E.
Cooper, Jackie Won a best actor Oscar nomination at the age of Cope, Myron Screechy-voiced announcer's colorful catch phrases became symbols of the Pittsburgh Steelers Cordice, John W. Surgeon was part of the medical team that saved Martin Luther King Jr Corey, Mary J.
First woman to hold the top editorial post at The Baltimore Sun newspaper Corliss, Richard Time magazine longtime film critic Cornelius, Don "Soul Train" creator and longtime host Coryell, Don NFL coach and a founding father of modern passing game Coryell, Larry Jazz guitarist was known as the Godfather of Fusion Jon Corzine Cossette, John Longtime executive producer of the Grammy Awards Cossiga, Francesco Former President of Italy Costanza, Margaret Veteran political activist and women's rights champion Cotton, Dorothy Civil rights pioneer worked alongside the Rev.
Cotton, James Legendary blues harp player won a Grammy in Courreges, Andre French fashion designer and miniskirt pioneer Court, Hazel English actress starred in popular horror movies of the s and '60s Courtenay, Bryce Best-selling Australian author Covey, Joy Former Amazon executive Covey, Stephen R. Covington, Joey Former Jefferson Airplane drummer Cowan, George Manhattan Project scientist Cowden, Gordon W.
Craig Lewis, Joyce Female Philadelphia firefighter dies in house fire Craighead George, Jean Newbery Medal-winning author Cramer, Richard Ben Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Crane, Phil Former Illinois congressman Crash Victims, Colombia Plane 75 people, including many soccer players, are killed Crash Victims, Colorado Van Amtrak train-van collision leaves 5 dead Crash Victims, Flydubai All 62 people onboard the aircraft have died Crash Victims, Georgia Southern Five students killed in multiple vehicle crash Crash Victims, Philly Amtrak Eight dead after train derailed Craven, Wes Iconic film director whose name is synonymous with horror Crenchaw, Milton One of the last original Tuskegee Airmen instructors Crewe, Bob Wrote string of hits for the Four Seasons Crews, Harry Author and cult favorite whose hard and crazy times inspired his brutal tales Croker, C.
Crough, Suzanne "The Partridge Family" child star Crowder, Eddie Spent nearly half a century as U. Crumley, James Crime novelist whose hardened detectives worked cases in dingy Montana bars Cullen, H. Jay Trooper died in helicopter crash at white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.. Cummings, Bart Legendary Australian racehorse trainer Cummings, Elijah Democratic U. Cunningham, Merce Avant-garde dancer and choreographer who revolutionized modern dance Cuomo, Mario Former governor or New York Curran, Jack High school coaching great Cygan, John Actor played a detective on "The Commish" D'Amico, Cecchi Screenwriter of classic Italian neo-realist films Dahl, Sandy Widow of pilot of United Flight 93 dies Dailey, Janet Romance writer whose books sold more than million copies Daily, Bill Comedic TV sidekick Dal Canton, Bruce Former teacher had a lengthy career as a major league pitcher and coach Dale, Dick "King of the Surf Guitar" Dale Oen, Alexander World champion swimmer from Norway Daley, Maggie Former Chicago first lady Dalla, Lucio Italian singer-songwriter sold millions of records worldwide Daly, Mary Radical feminist theology professor Dana, Bill Famed research test pilot Dana , Paul Indy Racing League driver, and former motorsports journalist Daniels, Paul British magician and entertainer Dankworth, John British jazz composer, saxophonist and band leader Danto, Arthur C.
Groundbreaking art critic Darcel, Denise French-born actress known for vampy roles Dark, Alvin Longtime manager and star shortstop Darling, Jean Child actor in the "Our Gang" comedy film series Davenport, Lee Developed radar that helped U. David, Hal Legendary songwriter partnered with Burt Bacharach Davidson, Bill Detroit Pistons owner and noted philanthropist Davidson, Gordon Film, theater director founded L.
Davidson, Michael J. Cardiac surgeon who was fatally shot Davies, Howard Acclaimed British theatre director Davies, John Howard Cherubic child actor became influential British television producer Davis, Ann B.
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Actress on "The Brady Bunch" Davis, Jack Champion hurdler won two Olympic silver medals in the s Davis, Jo Ann Virginia's first woman elected to Congress Davis, Kevin J. Member of the Navy Blue Angels died in a crash while performing Davis, Michael Bassist of influential late s rock band MC Davis, Ossie An actor distinguished for roles dealing with racial injustice on stage, screen and in real life Davis, Sam Steelers guard won 4 Super Bowls as part of their s dynasty Davis, Shaniya 5-year-old had been missing for one week Davis, Steve Former Oklahoma quarterback Dawkins, Darryl NBA player known for his thunderous dunks Dawkins, Jimmy Chicago bluesman Dayton, Bruce Retailer built family's company into what became Target De Laurentiis, Dino Prolific film producer and entrepreneur Dean, Jimmy Country music legend and sausage entrepreneur Dean, Millvina Last survivor of the "unsinkable" Titanic Deaver, Michael Close adviser to Ronald Reagan DeBakey, Michael Cardiovascular surgeon who pioneered heart bypass surgery DeBerry, Lois Longtime Tenn.
DeBruin, Lynn Associated Press sports writer DeCarava, Roy Photographer who captured Harlem's everyday life DeCrow, Karen Women's rights movement leader Dee, Paul Former University of Miami athletic director Dee, Ruby Beloved actor and civil rights activist Dee, Sandra The blond beauty who attracted a large teen audience in the s Del Pozo, Jesus One of Spain's most influential style modernizers Della Casa, Lisa Opera diva widely acclaimed as one of the finest sopranos of her generation The innovative automaker who left a promising career in Detroit to develop the stainless steel-skinned Delp, Brad Lead singer for the band Boston Demps, Benjamin Former Kansas City school superintendent Denktash, Rauf Former Turkish Cypriot leader Denmark, Leila Oldest practicing physician in the world Dennis, Herman D.
Denver, Bob Whose portrayal of goofy first mate Gilligan on the s television show "Gilligan's Island" made him an iconic figure Derby, Pat 'Flipper,' 'Lassie' trainer-turned-activist Derr, Allen Idaho lawyer won landmark anti-discrimination case Derwinski, Edward First U. Desio, Alfred Broadway veteran invented a form of electronically enhanced tap dancing called Tap-Tronics Dewdney, Anna Best-selling children's author was known for her "Llama Llama" stories Di Stefano, Alfredo Real Madrid soccer great Di Stefano, Giuseppe One of the greatest tenors of the 20th century Dickens, Hazel Folk singer and bluegrass musician who advocated for coal miners Dickens, Jimmy Oldest Opry Member Diddley, Bo Rock 'n' roll innovator inspired with distinctive "shave and a haircut, two bits" rhythm Didlake, Emma A Michigan woman believed to be the nation's oldest veteran Dienstbier, Jiri Czech dissident who helped topple Communist regime Dietrich II, William S.
Steel executive-turned-philanthropist who pledged major gifts to universities Diller, Phyllis Pioneering standup comic DiLorenzo, Francis X. Roman Catholic clergyman served as bishop of Richmond, Virginia, for 13 years Dingell, John Longest-serving Congressman in U. DiPaolo, Frank Political mentor to former U. Patrick Kennedy Disney, Roy Walt Disney nephew who twice led shareholder revolts Senator of Illinois Dixon, Jessy Gospel singer and songwriter Djerassi, Carl Widely considered the father of the birth control pill Doar, John Notable civil rights lawyer Dobbs, Quail Beloved rodeo clown Dobson, Tamara Tall, stunning model-turned-actress who portrayed Cleopatra Jones Doctorow, E.
Best-selling novelist who penned "Ragtime," "Billy Bathgate" Doerflein, Thomas Zookeeper gained fame for hand-rearing Knut the polar bear Doherty, Denny One-quarter of the s folk-rock group the Mamas and the Papas Doig, Ivan Award-winning author from Montana Dolby, Ray Audio pioneer founded Dolby Laboratories Doll, Dora German-born actress whose film credits include "Julia" Dolman, Nancy Actress and wife of actor Martin Short Donaldson, George Celtic Thunder's principal singer Dorman, Lee Bassist for psychedelic rock band Iron Butterfly Dorn, Joel Grammy-winning record producer whose career spanned 40 years Douglas, Diana Actress, model, and mother of Michael Douglas Douglas, Ellen Author of the acclaimed novel "Apostles of Light" Douglas, Mike Who drew on his affable personality and singing talent during 21 years as a talk show host Douglass, Dexter Attorney who represented Al Gore during the election recount of Dow, Nancy Actress-model was the mother of actress Jennifer Aniston Drake, Evelyn and Gilbert Couple married 78 years dies within 48 hours of one another Drake, Larry Emmy-winning actor from "L.
Drew, Ronnie founding member of the Irish folk group The Dubliners Dreyfus, Lee Sherman Former Wisconsin governor was known for his businesslike approach to politics Drowning Victims, Refugee At least 34 people dead while trying to sail away from Turkey Drummond-Webb, Jonathan A heart surgeon whose work was the focus of a four-part television series Dryden, Spencer The drummer for legendary rock band the Jefferson Airplane Dubrow, Kevin Lead singer for the s heavy metal band Quiet Riot Ducommun, Rick Actor and comedian known for his role in the film "The 'Burbs" Duke, George Grammy-winning jazz keyboardist and producer Dulbecco, Renato Shared Nobel Prize in medicine for his cancer research Duncan, Michael Clarke Academy Award nominated actor Duncan, Thomas Patient diagnosed with Ebola virus in Dallas Dunham, Katherine A pioneering dancer and choreographer, author and civil rights activist Dunham, Madelyn Grandmother of Barack Obama was the cornerstone of her family Dunn, Holly Former country singer had two No.
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Dunn, Jennifer Former Republican Congresswoman represented Seattle's east-side suburbs for six terms Dunn, Katherine Author penned the best-selling novel "Geek Love" Dunne, Carlin Record-breaking motorcycle racer Dunne, Dominick Journalist and best-selling author of crime stories Dunsworth, John Actor best known as Mr.
Dural Jr. Durbin, Deanna Early Hollywood superstar Duren, Ryne All-Star pitcher known for his fastball, occasional wildness and thick glasses Senator from New Hampshire Durning, Charles "King of character actors" Dussourd, Maryetta Mother exposed clergy abuse Dwyer, Joseph Photo of former Army medic carrying an injured boy received international media attention Dysart, Richard Veteran actor starred on "L. Eagleburger, Lawrence S. The only career foreign service officer to rise to the position of secretary of state Eagleton, Thomas Former U. Earnhardt, Dale Auto racing's "Intimidator" Earthquake Victims, Indonesia At least 97 people dead in Aceh province Earthquake Victims, Italian At least people have died in an earthquake in central Italy Easterling, Ray Former Atlanta Falcons safety Ecker, James Prominent Pittsburgh defense attorney Economaki, Chris Regarded as the authoritative voice in motorsports Edelman, Daniel J.
Built one of the world's top public relations companies Edelman, Marek The last surviving leader of the Warsaw ghetto revolt against the Nazis Edgar, Robert W.
Represented Pennsylvania for six terms in the House of Representatives Edmiston, Walker Actor was the voice of many cartoon and puppet characters, including Ernie the Keebler elf Representative from California Edwards, Elizabeth Attorney and author was married to politician John Edwards Edwards, Geoff Hosted game shows including "Jackpot! Edwards, Kenny Original member of the Stone Poneys country-rock band Edwin Edwards Edwards, Robert Nobel prizewinner for pioneering in vitro fertilization research Egypt A member of Egypt's last royal family Ehrhardt, Karl The sign man of Shea Stadium Ekberg, Anita 'La Dolce Vita' actress Ekvall, Eva Former Miss Venezuela Elias, Buddy Holocaust diarist Anne Frank's last close kin Eliot, Valerie Widow of T.
Eliot and zealous guardian of the poet's literary legacy Elizabeth, Queen Mother A symbol of courage and dignity during a tumultuous century Elkabetz, Ronit Israeli actress won multiple film awards Ellen Mark, Mary Legendary documentary photographer Elliott, Bob Half of the famous Bob and Ray comedy team Elliott, Patricia Tony-winning actress and TV soap star Ellis, Albert Considered by many to be among the most influential figures in modern psychology Ellis, Alton Reggae pioneer enjoyed a recent career revival after hits in the s Ellis, David R. Actor-turned-stuntman-turned-director of "Snakes on a Plane" Ellis, Dock Went with a 3.
Ellis, Jimmy Ex-boxing champion Ellison, Lillian Professional wrestling's Fabulous Moolah Ely, Jack "Louie Louie" singer English, Kim Gospel and house music singer Entwistle, John Founding member of and bassist for the rock band The Who Erbakan, Necmettin Former Turkish prime minister Erde, Betty Skelton Auto racing pioneer who was once the fastest woman on Earth Erickson, Roky Pioneering psychedelic rocker Ermey, R.
Ertegun, Ahmet Atlantic Records founder helped define American music Erwin, Bill Character actor known for his role as the grumpy old man on "Seinfeld" Escalante, Jaime The high school teacher who inspired the movie "Stand and Deliver" Esper, George AP correspondent covered the fall of Saigon Estep, Maggie Novelist and spoken-word poet Ettlinger, Harry L. Evans, Lane Former U. Evans, Rachel Held Best-selling progressive Christian author Everett, Austen Goalkeeper for the Miami Hurricanes Everly, Phil Formed the influential harmony duo with his brother, Don Evert, Miltiades Greek conservative and former mayor of Athens Evora, Cesaria Grammy-winning singer Explosion Victims, Boston Marathon Boston victims mourned as hunt for bombers continues Faas, Horst Prize-winning combat photographer Fabiola, Queen Widow of former Belgian king Fairbanks, Chuck Former Patriots coach Fairfax, John First known person to row alone across the Atlantic Ocean Faiss, Wilbur Oldest former Nevada state lawmaker Falk, Peter Actor who became identified as the squinty, rumpled detective in "Columbo" Falwell, Jerry Founded the Moral Majority and built the religious right into a political force Falwell, Macel Widow of the Rev.
Jerry Falwell Sr Family, Glauber Expectant family killed in Brooklyn hit-and-run accident Family, Hudson Mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew of Jennifer Hudson were killed Family, Lamas Father and son killed in California shooting Family, Lupoe Wife and five children killed by man upset at the loss of his job Farentino, James Actor who appeared in dozens of movies and television shows Fasi, Frank Former Honolulu mayor ran unsuccessfully for governor five times Favio, Leonardo Argentine movie director, actor and singer Fawcett, Farrah Actress best known for her role in "Charlie's Angels" Featherstone, Don Creator of the pink plastic lawn flamingo Fei-fei, Feng s Taiwanese pop diva Fekete, Thomas Guitarist co-founded the alt rock band Surfer Blood Feldstein, Al Headed Mad magazine Feliciano, Cheo Puerto Rican salsa legend Felker, Clay Founding editor of New York magazine revolutionized the genre Fellows, Edith Child actress who was the subject of a famous custody case Ferguson, Maynard Jazz trumpeter known for his soaring high notes and for his hit recording of "Gonna Fly Now" Ferkauf, Eugene Founder of the E.
Korvette chain of discount stores Ferrari, Leon Artist and human rights activist Ferraro, Geraldine First woman to run for vice president Ferrer, Mel Actor in more than films was once married to Audrey Hepburn Fey, Barry Music promoter brought legendary acts to Colorado Fidrych, Mark Colorful former pitcher for the Detroit Tigers Fieger, Doug Singer of the hit "My Sharona" Field, Syd Author of screenplay manual Fignon, Laurent Two-time Tour de France champion Fike, Lamar Member of Elvis Presley's famed inner circle Finch, Larry Former pro basketball player coached his alma mater Memphis for 11 seasons Finney, Albert Oscar-nominated British actor Firefighters, Arizona 19 firefighters killed while battling a wildfire in Arizona Firefighters, Charleston Nine firefighters died while fighting a blaze at a furniture warehouse Firefighters, Houston Four firefighters killed by blaze at Southwest Inn Firth, Vic Renowned musician and visionary drumstick maker Fischer, Bobby Reclusive chess master was a Cold War icon Fischer-Dieskau, Dietrich Renowned German baritone singer Fisher, Dave Lead singer of the popular s folk group The Highwaymen Fisher, Donald G.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist co-founded apparel giant Gap Inc Fisher, Eddie Pop singer whose clear voice brought him a devoted following of teenage girls in the s Fitch, Denny Pilot who helped fly crippled jet in Fleischmann, Martin Achieved nuclear fusion in a glass bottle in Fleishaker, Joe Actor played roles in cult movies from Troma Entertainment Flight , Comair A Comair flight carrying 50 people Hard-driving executive worked his way up the publishing ladder Flowers, Jimi U.
Paralympic swim coach developed Olympic and Paralympic champions Flynn, Vince Best-selling author of Mitch Rapp counterterrorism thriller series Fo, Dario Italian playwright won the Nobel Prize in literature Fogelberg, Dan Singer and songwriter whose hit ''Leader of the Band'' helped define the soft-rock era Foglesong, Jim Record label executive who helped launch Garth Brooks' career Foley, Charles "Chuck" Inventor of iconic party game Twister Foley, James Photojournalist kidnapped in Foley, Red Longtime baseball scribe served as official scorer in more than 3, games Foley, Tom Former House Speaker Folkman, Judah Groundbreaking researcher worked to cut off cancer from its blood supply Fomenko, Pyotr Renowned Russian stage director Fontana, D.
Foote, Shelby Whose Southern storyteller's touch inspired millions to read his multivolume work on the Civil War Ford, Betty Former first lady Ford, Debbie Bestselling self-help author Ford, Eileen Founder of Ford Models Ford, Gerald R. The 38th President of the United States Ford, Rob Former mayor of Toronto, Canada Ford, T-Model Mississippi blues singer and guitarist Foreman, Freeda Professional boxer was George Foreman's daughter Forman, Milos Two-time Academy Award-winning director Fornatale, Pete New York radio disc jockey promoted the best new musicians Forrest, Sally Hollywood golden age actress Forrest, Vernon Former two-division champ became the first boxer to defeat Shane Mosley Forsch, Bob St.
Louis Cardinals pitcher from Forster, Margaret English novelist whose 'Georgy Girl' spawned hit film, song Financier counted the iconic baseball card company Topps among his buyouts Forsythe, John Actor best known for role in "Dynasty" Fossett, Steve Millionaire adventurer risked his life seeking to set records Foster, Kevin Pitcher spent seven years in the majors, mostly with the Chicago Cubs Foster, Mary Veteran Associated Press reporter Foster, William P. Foulkes, Bill Former Manchester United captain Fowley, Kim Music producer managed the s female rock band The Runaways Fox, Bernard Actor played Dr.
Francis, Dick Best-selling British thriller writer and former jockey Francis, George The oldest man in America at Franco, Itamar Former Brazilian President Frankenberg, Mieke Mother of actress Jane Seymour Frankenthaler, Helen Abstract impressionist painter Franklin, Aretha The Queen of Soul Franklin, Frederic British-born dancer helped popularize modern ballet in the U.
Franklin, Joe TV talk show pioneer Franklin, John Hope Revered historian and scholar of life in the South Franz, Werner Hindenburg's last surviving crew member Fraser, Andy Bass player for the rock band Free Fraser, Douglas A. Led the United Auto Workers union through dark hours in the s and '80s Fraser, Malcolm Former Australian prime minister Fraser, Ron Former Miami coach dubbed "the wizard of college baseball" Frazier, Joe Former heavyweight champion who handed Muhammad Ali his first defeat Freberg, Stan Influential comic genius lampooned U.
Freeman, Janice Singer was a contestant on "The Voice" Freeman, Von Jazz saxophonist made every song his own with husky, melodic sound Fregosi, Jim Former baseball manager, All-Star Frelich, Phyllis Tony Award-winning actress Frelinghuysen, Peter Retired congressman from New Jersey Freud, Lucian Painter known for his intense realist portraits Friedan, Betty Her manifesto "The Feminine Mystique" laid the groundwork for the modern feminist movement Friel, Brian Tony Award-winning Irish playwright Friend, Bob Longtime Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Froman, Menachem Israeli settler promoted coexistence between Arabs and Jews Fromholz, Steven Texas singer and songwriter Frontiere, Georgia St.
Frost, David Veteran British journalist and broadcaster Fuchs, Ernst Austrian artist known best for his vivid paintings Fuentes, Carlos Mexico's most celebrated novelist Fuji" Professional wrestler and manager Fuller, Millard Habitat for Humanity co-founder ran the organization with his wife for nearly 30 years Fullerton, C. Gordon Former astronaut who flew on two space shuttle missions Fulton, Bob The radio voice for South Carolina football and basketball for more than 40 years Funicello, Annette Mouseketeer and film star Gagne, Verne Professional wrestling legend Galbraith, Gatewood Lawyer and five-time candidate for Kentucky governor Galbraith, John Kenneth Harvard professor and renowned economist Galeano, Eduardo Uruguayan author and a leading voice of Latin America left Galicia, Joaquin Hernandez Former Mexican labor boss Gallant, Mavis Famed Montreal-born writer Gam, Rita Veteran actress starred in s films including "Night People" Gandolfini, James Emmy-winning star of "The Sopranos" Garces, Raul O.
Veteran Associated Press correspondent Garcia, David Pioneering Hispanic television journalist who became known as ''Earthman'' Garcia, Kevin Bassist co-founded the indie rock band Grandaddy Garcia Marquez, Gabriel Nobel Prize winning author Gardner, Dale Former space shuttle astronaut Gately, Stephen Singer with the Irish boy band Boyzone Gates, Daryl F.
Los Angeles police chief during the riots Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay Geils, John Founded the J. Geldof, Peaches Daughter of singer Bob Geldof Gelman, Juan Renowned Argentine poet Gencic, Jelena Tennis star Novak Djokovic's first coach German, Alexei Acclaimed Russian film director German, Merlin Marine sergeant was dubbed the "Miracle Man" for his determination in facing his wounds Germond, Jack W. Gerson, Daniel Co-writer of 'Monsters, Inc.
Gerwel, Jakes Trusted aide to Nelson Mandela Getty, J. Paul Grandson of multibillionaire oil magnate and father of actor Balthazar Getty Ghanem, Shukri Former Libyan prime minister and oil minister Ghawi, Jessica Ghiggia, Alcides Uruguayan soccer legend Ghosh, Rituparno Award-winning Indian film director Gibb, Maurice Fans joined surviving members of the Bee Gees in mourning the death of their brother Gibbs, David Mississippi State Representative Gibson, Vince Former Tulane football coach Gies, Miep Hid Anne Frank and her family for two years and saved the teenager's diary Giger, H.
Gilbert-Kaye, Lori Chabad of Poway synagogue shooting victim Gilkey, David NPR photojournalist won multiple awards Gilligan, John J. Former Ohio governor and congressman Gilman, Benjamin Former U. Ginsburg, Art Television chef known as Mr. Ginsburg, Martin Ginsburg, William H. Monica Lewinsky's lawyer Girardot, Annie One of France's most enduring and acclaimed modern actors Giraud, Jean French comics artist known as Moebius Gittens, Charles L. First African-American Secret Service agent Givens, Ahmad "Real" VH1 reality-show star Gligorov, Kiro First democratically elected president of Macedonia Glover, Terry Managing editor of Ebony magazine Goffin, Gerry Lyricist and Carole King's songwriting partner Golan, Menahem "Delta Force" director Goldman, William Academy Award-winning screenwriter Goldwyn, Samuel Champion of the independent film movement Golub, Jeff Rod Stewart sideman and jazz guitarist Gomes, Dennis Casino owner whose exploits were chronicled in the movie "Casino" Gonsoulin, Austin Legendary Denver Broncos' player Goodwin, Lane year-old social media sensation has died of cancer Gordimer, Nadine Nobel Prize-winning author Gordon, Bill Designer of famous Arecibo telescope Gordon, Bruce Played a mobster on the television series "The Untouchables" Gordon, Lucy British actress who appeared in "Spider-Man 3" Gore, Lesley "It's My Party" singer-songwriter Gore, Pauline Whose son Al became vice president and nearly captured the presidency Goulet, Robert Award-winning stage and recording artist Gowdy, Curt One of the signature voices of sports for a generation Grafton, Sue Best-selling author of "alphabet mysteries" Graham, Billy America's beloved Christian evangelist counseled presidents for half a century Graham, Bruce Designer of the Chicago skyscraper formerly named the Sears Tower Graham, Hannah College student abducted Graham, Ruth The wife of evangelist Billy Graham Grams, Rod Former U.
Granatelli, Andy Indy winning car owner Granger, Farley s screen idol who starred in "Rope" and "Strangers on a Train" Grant, Bob Longtime conservative radio host Grant, Gogi Pop singer reached No. Grant, Jerry Race driver made history by breaking mph in Indy style car Graves, John Acclaimed Texas author Graves, Michael Celebrated architect who created whimsical postmodern structures Graves, Ray Former University of Florida football coach and athletic director Gray, Ken Former U.
Gray, Mark Country singer-songwriter co-wrote No. Gray, Paul Founding member of the Grammy-winning band Slipknot Gray, Spalding Actor-writer mingled performance art with comedy in monologues like "Swimming to Cambodia" Gray, Vernita Gay rights activist Gray, William H. Former U. Greaves, R. Singer of hit "Take a Letter, Maria" Green, Hubert Hall of Fame golfer won the U. Highest-ranking U. Greenlee, Sam Author and poet Greenspan, Bud Filmmaker spent decades documenting the stories of Olympic athletes Greenwich, Ellie One of pop's most successful songwriters with hits such as "Chapel of Love" Greenwood, L.source url
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Super Bowl-winning member of the Steeler's "Steel Curtain" defense Griffin, Robert Former U. Griffith, Andy Actor, director, producer, singer and writer Griffith, Emile Former world champion boxer Gross, Garry Fashion photographer known for his s nude images of Brooke Shields Gruber, Ruth Journalist helped 1, Jewish refugees come to the U. Guccione, Bob Founder of Penthouse magazine Gueiler, Lidia The only woman ever to have been Bolivia's president Guevara, Alfredo Cuban filmmaker, intellectual and cultural leader Meyer most likely had family or community connections from Minsk in Newark and went there first before moving on to Wilkes-Barre.
By , the Pearlmans moved to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania where they lived until By , Meyer was living on East Market Street. He was 39 years old and was working as a Mechanic at Nelson Brothers. They were naturalised citizens at this time. In it appears that Meyer bought East Market Street which they lived in by when Meyer was 45 years old and was the Department Superintendent at Nelson Brothers, where his son Sidney, at 14 also worked at that time .
I got an amazing genealogical gift through the mail — a new surname for the family from Minsk, Belarus! We believe Meyer , our immigrant ancestor, came over without his parents, Julius [Jacob] and Ida Pearlman who stayed in Minsk then Russia where they were born around and died between The record was signed by Meyer Pearlman on December 1, We had seen most of this information before, but Woodinski was new!
Woodinski could also be a variation of of Yiddish Budinsky, or Budensky. I had his name as Julius Yuna Pearlman until we saw this document. The Social Security Administration grew out of the period after the depression in the s — which began a call for change to support the Americans in times of economic shock, leading to the signing of the Social Security Act in by President Franklin D. The Social Security Act included several provisions for general social welfare as well as a continuing income for retired workers, aged 65 and older a major issue of the depression being our elderly population was living on complete dependency and unable to work.
This can be done online if you are sure you do not need a proof of death with your application. One of these women was Mrs. Hughes — who afterwards Mrs.
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