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  1. Konrad E Ackermann "(1710) German actor, (Die Oberpfalz)"


  2. Konrad Ernst Ackermann "(February 1, 1710 -- November 13, 1771) Actor-manager, a leading figure in the development of German theatre."


  3. Donna Adamek "(1957) Duarte Calif, bowler, (BWAA Woman of Year 1978-81),"


  4. Jennifer Adams "(1948) Superintendent, (Central Royal Parks)"


  5. Sir Adetokunbo Adegboyega Ademola "(February 1, 1906 -- January 29, 1993) Was the first indigenous chief justice of the Nigerian Supreme Court (1958-72) and a cofounder of the Nigerian law school. Ademola was the son of Sir"


  6. Michelle Akers "(1966) Santa Clara Calif, soccer forward, (Olympics-96),"


  7. Vladimir Viktorovich Aksyonov "(1935) USSR, cosmonaut, (Soyuz 22, T-2),"


  8. Don Amendolia "(19--) Glassboro NJ, actor, (Dino-Mama Malone),"


  9. Alfonso Caso y Andrade "(February 1, 1896 -- November 30, 1970) Mexican archaeologist and government official who explored the early Oaxacan cultures and is best remembered for his excavation of Tomb Seven at Monte"


  10. Bogumil Witalis Andrzejewski (1922) Professor of cushtic languages


  11. Kate Ashbrook "(1955) General secretary, (Open Spaces Society)"


  12. Barbara Auer -1959


  13. Debbie Austin (1948) LPGA golfer


  14. "Johannes F ""Frits"" Bakker, Sr." "(1869) Actor, (Holland Tooneelgezelschap)"


  15. C A Barnett "(1953) Headmaster, (Whitgift School)"


  16. Barrel "(1931) [ABM] Frinking, teacher/Dutch MP, (CVP),"


  17. Sydney Baynes (1879) Composer


  18. Richard Becker "(1972) Aurora IL, outfielder, (Minn Twins),"


  19. Lloyd Viel Berkner "(February 1, 1905 -- June 4, 1967) U.S. physicist and engineer who first measured the extent, including height and density, of the ionosphere (ionized layers of the Earth's atmosphere),"


  20. Madeline Berthod "(1931) Switzerland, downhill skier, (Olympic-gold-1956),"


  21. Bibi Besch "(1940) Vienna Austria, actress, (Star Trek 2, Beast Within)"


  22. Jimmy Carl Black "(1938) Rocker, (Mothers Of Invention)"


  23. G H Blake "(1936) Principal, (Collingwood College, Durham U),"


  24. (Louis-)Auguste Blanqui "(February 1, 1805 -- January 1, 1881) Revolutionary socialist, a legendary martyr-figure of French radicalism, imprisoned in all for more than 33 years. His disciples, the Blanquists, play"


  25. Auguste Blanqui "(1805) France, revolutionary, (workers' leader),"


  26. Kenneth Bond (1920) Former vice_chairman


  27. Albie Booth "(1908) Collegiate Hall of Fame football star, (Yale)"


  28. Carlo Borbolla (1902) Composer


  29. Charles Samvei Bovy-Lysberg (1821) Composer


  30. Bart Braverman "(1946) LA Calif, actor, (Bobby-Vega$, Roy-New Odd Couple)"


  31. Sharon Bruneau "(1964) Toronto Ontario, actress, (Sensuous Muscle),"


  32. [Thomas] Carlton Bruner "(1972) US, 1500m freestyle swimmer, (Olympics-96),"


  33. Ole Buck (1945) Composer


  34. Victor Buhler -1972


  35. Leo Burmester "(1944) Louisville Ky, actor, (Flo, Chiefs, Abbys"


  36. Clara Butt "(1873) Southwick Sussex, contralto, (Country of Hope & Glory),"


  37. Dame Clara (Ellen) Butt "(February 1, 1872 -- January 23, 1936) English contralto known for her concert performances of ballads and oratorios."


  38. Derek Byrd "(1971) NFL cornerback, (NO Saints)"


  39. David Callaghan "(1965) Cricketer, (S African all_rounder in one_dayers 1992)"


  40. Mike Campbell "(1954) Guitarist, (Tom Petty & Heartbreakers_Breakdown)"


  41. William Bowen Campbell "(1807) Brig General, (Union volunteers), died in 1867,"


  42. Dario Campeotto -1939


  43. John Canaday "(1907) Art critic, (metropolitan museum of art portfolios)"


  44. Hattie Ophelia Caraway "(February 1, 1878 -- December 21, 1950) American politician who became the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate."


  45. Hattie Wyatt Caraway "(1878-1950) Politician, teacher:first woman to be elected to u.s. Senate, twice re-elected or politician/teacher/1st woman elected to senate"


  46. Pierre Cardevielle "(1906) French composer/conductor, (Amants Captifs)"


  47. Gertrude Caton-Thompson "(February 1, 1889 -- April 18, 1985) English archaeologist who distinguished two prehistoric cultures in the al-Fayyum depression of Upper Egypt, the older dating to c. 5000 BC and the yo OR British archaeologist, (Zimbabwe, So Arabia)"


  48. H Stanley Cayzer -1910


  49. Conradus Celtis "(February 1, 1459 -- February 4, 1508) German scholar known as Der Erzhumanist (""The Archhumanist""). He was also a Latin lyrical poet who stimulated interest in Germany in both classical le"


  50. Exene Cervenka -1956


  51. Helen Chandler "(1909) Charleston SC, actress, (Christopher Strong, Dracula)"


  52. Camille Chautemps "(February 1, 1885 -- July 1, 1963) French politician who served three times as premier of France and played a controversial role in the surrender of France to Nazi Germany during World OR premier France"


  53. Hippolyte-André-Baptiste Chelard (1789) Composer


  54. Francis J(ames) Child "(February 1, 1825 -- September 11, 1896) American scholar and educator important for his systematic study, collecting, and cataloging of folk ballads."


  55. Henri Chretien -1879


  56. Luis Cilia -1943


  57. Giovanni Cimara -1889


  58. Ruth Clarke "(1935) Moderator, (General Assembly of the United Reform Church)"


  59. Edward Coke "(1552 - 1634) English judge, politician; He defended common law and wrote ""The Petition of Right,"" 1628; attorney-general to Elizabeth I and prosecutor of Raleigh and Essex."
    Found at: 2633.htm


  60. Sir Edward Coke "(February 1, 1552 -- September 3, 1634) British jurist and politician whose defense of the supremacy of the common law against Stuart claims of the royal prerogative had a profound influence"


  61. Jeff Coldwater "(19--) XXX actor, (Buttwiser, Toying Around),"


  62. Thomas Cole "(February 1, 1801 -- February 11, 1848) American Romantic landscape painter who was a founder of the Hudson River school. OR US, romantic landscape painter, (Hudson River School)"


  63. Peter Crill (1926) Bailiff of Jersey


  64. Jacky Cupit "(1938) Golfer, (Rookie of Year 1961)"


  65. "Guggenheim, Meyer and Daniel" "(February 1, 1828 -- March 15, 1905) American industrialists, father and son, who developed worldwide mining interests that, when merged with the American Smelting and Refining Company in"


  66. William H H Davenport "(1841) Buffalo, stage medium"


  67. Andrew DeClercq "(1973) NBA forward, (Golden State Warriors, Boston Celtics),"


  68. Lydia Maria Adams DeWitt "(February 1, 1859 -- March 10, 1928) American experimental pathologist and investigator of the chemotherapy of tuberculosis."


  69. Laura E Dern "(1967) LA Calif, actress, (Blue Velvet, Mask, Smooth Talk),"


  70. Josceline Dimbleby (1943) Cookery writer


  71. Peter Gordon Dorrell (1928) Archaeologist/photographer


  72. Tommy Duffy "(1944) Rocker, (Echos)"


  73. Thomas Frederick Dunhill "(February 1, 1877 -- March 13, 1946) British composer known for his light operas and songs. OR composer"


  74. Donna Edmondson "(1966) Greensboro NC, playmate of year, (Nov, 1986)"


  75. George Franklin Edmunds "(February 1, 1828 -- February 27, 1919) U.S. senator and constitutional lawyer, who for a quarter of a century was a participant in the most important legislative developments of the time."


  76. Sam Edwards (1928) Physicist


  77. Günter Eich "(1907) German literary, (Underground Highway, Girls of Viterbo),"


  78. Virginia Elliot (1955) Three_day eventer


  79. Adhémar Esmein (1848) French lawyer


  80. Henry Lawrence Eustis "(1819) Brig General, (Union volunteers), died in 1885,"


  81. Eric Evans "(1928) Dean, (St Paul's)"


  82. Thoams Eric Evans "(1928) Dean, (St Paul's)"


  83. Don Everly "(1937) Brownie Ky, vocalist, (Everly Bros-Wake Up Little Susie)"


  84. Tony Leung Ka Fai -1958


  85. Franca Faldini -1931


  86. Cesare Fantoni -1905


  87. Sherilyn Fenn "(1965) Detroit Mich, actress, (2 Moon Junction, Twin Peaks)"


  88. Herve Filion "(February 1, 1940) Harness-race driver, trainer, and owner who became the most successful North American harness-racing driver. OR sulky driver, (1969 Canadian Sports Hall of Fame)"


  89. Anatoliy Firssov "(1941) USSR, ice hockey play, (Olympic-gold-1964, 68, 72),"


  90. Isaac Aboab de Fonseca (1605) Portuguese/Neth rabbi/mystic


  91. John Ford "(1586 - 1640) English dramatist; His melancholy plays include ""Broken Heart,"" 1633."
    Found at: 1356.htm


  92. John Sean O'Feeny Ford "(1895 - 1973) US director; He is best known for western films including ""Stagecoach,"" 1939; his films won six Oscars."
    Found at: 1292.htm


  93. Paul Fort "(February 1, 1872 -- April 20, 1960) French poet and innovator of literary experiments, usually associated with the Symbolist movement. OR French poet/founder of Vers et Prose"


  94. Ton [ABM] Frinking "(1931) Dutch MP, (CDA)"


  95. Franciska Gaal -1904


  96. Clark Gable "(1901) Cadiz OH, actor, (Gone With the Wind)"


  97. Nancy Gates -1926


  98. Paul E Gillmor (1939) (Rep_R_Ohio)


  99. Marino Girolami -1914


  100. Dwayne Rudolph Goettel (1964) Musician


  101. Stephanie Marie Elisabeth de Grimaldi "(1965) Monte Carlo Monaco, Princess"


  102. Antonio Guarnieri (1880) Composer


  103. Camargo Guarnieri "(1907) Brazil, composer/conductor"


  104. Mozart Camargo Guarnieri (1907) Composer


  105. Firmin Gémier -1869


  106. Douglas Hall "(1909) Governor, (Somaliland Protectorate)"


  107. G(ranville) Stanley Hall "(February 1, 1844 -- April 24, 1924) Psychologist who gave early impetus and direction to the development of psychology in the United States. Frequently regarded as the founder of child p"


  108. Granville Stanley Hall "(1844) US, psychologist"


  109. Arthur Henry Hallam "(February 1, 1811 -- September 15, 1833) English essayist and poet who died before his considerable talent developed; he is remembered principally as the friend of Alfred Tennyson commemorate"


  110. Courtney Hamilton "(1980) Miss Arizona Teen USA, (1996)"


  111. John Hart "(1932) Denver Colo, newsman, (CBS News Retrospective, NBC News),"


  112. Gosho Heinosuke "(February 1, 1902 -- May 1, 1981) Japanese motion-picture director and writer famous for films concerning the everyday lives of middle-class people. He is also noted for adapting Japan"


  113. Sherman Hemsley "(1938) Phila, actor, (All in the Family, Jeffersons, Amen)"


  114. Victor Herbert "(1859) Irish/US composer, (Kiss in Dark)"


  115. Victor August Herbert "(1859) Dublin Ireland, composer, (Babes in Toyland),"


  116. James A Herne "(1839) [J Aherne], US playwright, (Hearts of Oak),"


  117. James A. Herne "(February 1, 1839 -- June 2, 1901) U.S. playwright who helped bridge the gap between 19th-century melodrama and the 20th-century drama of ideas."


  118. Terry Hibbitt (1947) Soccer star


  119. Hildegarde "(1906) Singer, personality or adell wisc, night club vocalist, (i'll be seeing you)"


  120. Carolyn Hill "(1959) Santa Monica CA, LPGA golfer, (1994 McCall's Classic),"


  121. Gordon Hobday "(1916) Lord Lieutenant, (Nottinghamshire)"


  122. Hugo von Hofmannsthal "(February 1, 1874 -- July 15, 1929) Austrian poet, dramatist, and essayist. He made his reputation with his lyrical poems and plays and became internationally famous for his collaboratio OR Austria, poet/dramatist/essayist"


  123. Dr Hook "(1937) [Ray Sawyer], Ala, vocalist, (Dr Hook-When You're in Love)"


  124. Kaitlin Hopkins "(1964) NYC, actress, (Kelsey-Another World)"


  125. Mike Horan "(1959) NFL punter, (NY Giants)"


  126. Ryo Horikawa -1958


  127. (James Mercer) Langston Hughes "(February 1, 1902 -- May 22, 1967) Black poet and writer who became, through numerous translations, one of the foremost interpreters to the world of the black experience in the United S"


  128. Langston Hughes "(1902 - 1967) US poet, writer, editor; He was an important figure in the Harlem Renaissance who wrote ""The Weary Blues,"" 1926."
    Found at: 444.htm


  129. Gina Hull "(1961) Jacksonville FL, LPGA golfer, (1989 USX Golf Classic-8th),"


  130. Adam Ingram (1947) British MP


  131. Lisa Marie Presley Keough Jackson "(1968) Memphis Tenn, daughter of Elvis"


  132. Bryan Jacob "(1969) Palatka Fla, 59 kg, (130 lbs) weightlifter, (Oly-1992, 96)"


  133. Ajay Jadeja "(1971) Cricketer, (Indian opening batsman)"


  134. Rick James "(1952) [James Johnson], rock/soul/funk vocalist, (Super Freak),"


  135. Douglas Johnson (1926) Historian


  136. James Price Johnson (1891) Composer


  137. Terry Jones "(1942) Colwyn Bay North Wales, comedian, (Monty Python)"


  138. Randy Josselyn "(19--) Actor, (Rodney_Family Matters)"


  139. Michael Joyce "(1973) Santa Monica CA, tennis star, (1989 USTA Natl Boys' 18),"


  140. Michael Kanin "(1910) Rochester NY, director/writer/actor, (Woman of the Year)"


  141. Valentin Katayev "(1897) Odessa Ukraine, novelist/playwright, (Embezzled)"


  142. John P Kemble "(1757) England, actor/director, (Drury Lane, Covent Garden),"


  143. John Philip Kemble "(February 1, 1757 -- February 26, 1823) Popular English actor and manager of the Drury Lane and Covent Garden theatres in London, where his reforms improved the status of the theatrical prof"


  144. Brandis Kemp "(19--) Palo Alto Calif, comedienne, (Fridays),"


  145. Joseph Keppler "(February 1, 1838 -- February 19, 1894) Austria-born American caricaturist and founder of Puck, the first successful humorous weekly in the United States."


  146. Jahangir Khan "(1910) cricketer, (father of Majid, Indian player 1932-36),"


  147. "Andrea King, I" -1919


  148. Galway Kinnell "(1927) Providence RI, author, (Body Rags, Book of Nightmares)"


  149. Henri Klimrath "(1807) French lawyer, (Mémoire sur lesson Olim)"


  150. Brian Krause "(1972) Actor, (december, sleepwalkers, return to blue lagoon)"


  151. Anthony LaPlagia "(1959) actor, (Criminal Justice, Betsy's Wedding),"


  152. Maurice Laing "(1918) Life president, (John Laing)"


  153. Jani Lane "(1963) Heavy metal drummer, (Warrant_Cherry Pie)"


  154. Tom Lantos "(1928) (Rep_D_CA, 1981_ )"


  155. Louis (Stephen) Saint Laurent "(February 1, 1882 -- July 25, 1973) Canadian statesman and jurist who, as Liberal prime minister in 1948-57, helped to maintain Canadian unity and to bring about reforms."


  156. Louis St Laurent "(1882) Compton Quebec, (L) 12th Canadian PM, (1948-57),"


  157. Brandon Lee "(1965) Emerson Colo, actor, (Showdown in Little Tokyo)"


  158. Jarrett Lennon -1982


  159. Bill Leydon "(19--) Chicago Ill, TV host, (Musical Chairs),"


  160. Adolf Fredrik Lindblad (1801) Composer


  161. (Maximilien-)Paul-Emile Littre "(February 1, 1801 -- June 2, 1881) French language scholar, lexicographer, and philosopher whose monumental Dictionnaire de la langue fran#aise, 4 vol. (1863-73; ""Dictionary of the Fren"


  162. Artur (Gerard) London "(February 1, 1915 -- November 8, 1986) Czechoslovak Communist official who wrote a powerful autobiographical account of his own political trial."


  163. Miguel Lopez (1669) Composer


  164. Piero Lulli -1923


  165. Maureen Madill "(1958) Coleraine No Ireland, golfer, (Brit Open Amateur 1979),"


  166. Elena Makarova "(1973) Moscow Russia, tennis star, (1993 Futures-Val),"


  167. Ursula Mamlok (1928) Composer


  168. Tony De Marco -1898


  169. Sir Stanley Matthews "(February 1, 1915) Association football (soccer) player, an outside right considered by many the greatest dribbler in the history of the sport, and the first British foo"


  170. Walter McCarty "(1974) NBA forward, (Boston Celtics)"


  171. Del McCoury (1939) Bluegrass singer/musician


  172. Clifford McWatt "(1922) Cricketer, (WI wicket_keeper in 6 Tests 1954_55)"


  173. K Rudolf Mengelberg "(1892) Composer/musicologist, (Amsterdam Concert Hall)"


  174. Kent Mercker "(1968) Dublin OH, pitcher, (Atlanta Braves, Balt Orioles),"


  175. Andy Mill (1953) Skier/husband of Chris Everet


  176. Sean Millington "(1968) CFL fullback, (BC Lions)"


  177. Eric Mobley "(1970) NBA center, (Vancouver Grizzlies)"


  178. John Moore "(1969) Australian baseball catcher, (Olympics_1996)"


  179. Joan Morgan -1905


  180. Garrett Morris "(1937) New Orleans La, actor, (SNL, Martin, Carwash)"


  181. Lord Mountevans -1943


  182. Bill Mumy -1954


  183. Billy Mumy "(1954) Calif, actor, (Will Robinson-Lost in Space, Dear Brigitte), Death Wish 4),"


  184. Tim Naehring "(1967) Cincinnati OH, infielder, (Boston Red Sox),"


  185. Masatoshi Nakamura -1951


  186. Franco Nones "(1941) Italy, 30K cross country skier, (Olympic-gold-1968),"


  187. John Nott (1932) British MP


  188. Robert O'Neal "(1971) WLAF safety, (Amsterdam Admirals)"


  189. Fernando Assis Pacheco -1937


  190. George Pal "(1908) Hungarian/US director, (When Worlds Collide, Puppetoons)"


  191. S J Perelman "(1904) Brooklyn, author/humorist, (Around the World in 80 Days),"


  192. S.J. Perelman "(February 1, 1904 -- October 17, 1979) American humorist who was a master of wordplay in books, movies, plays, and essays."


  193. Eddie Pola "(1875) Composer, (Lullabye of Broadway)"


  194. "Eddie Polo, I" -1875


  195. David Porter "(February 1, 1780 -- March 3, 1843) U.S. naval officer who commanded the frigate Essex on its two-year expedition against British shipping during the War of 1812. OR US songwriter, (Soul Man)"


  196. Stephen Potter "(1900 - 1969) English humorist; He is best known for ""School for Scoundrels,"" and ""Shipbuilders."""
    Found at: 2580.htm


  197. Francesco Balilla Pratella (1880) Composer


  198. Lisa Marie Presley -1968


  199. Reynolds Price "(February 1, 1933) American writer whose stories are set in the southern U.S. state of North Carolina, where he spent nearly all of his life. OR US writer, (Strengthened by a Pale Green Light)"


  200. "George Quigley, Jr" "(1968) Cin Ohio, skeet, (Olympics-1996),"


  201. Jeffrey Kindersley Quill (1913) Test pilot


  202. Jose Ignacio Quinton (1881) Composer


  203. Mark Recchi "(1968) Kamloops, NHL right wing, (Montreal Canadiens),"


  204. Tlia Reima "(1973) ice hockey center, (Finland, Oly-98),"


  205. Charles Lenox Remond (1810 - 1873) US abolitionist; He was a leading abolitionist and a prominent member of the Anti-Slavery Society.
    Found at: 2309.htm


  206. Georg Rendl "(1903) Austria miner/beekeeper/writer, (The Bees Novel)"


  207. Martijn Reuser "(1975) Dutch soccer player, (Ajax)"


  208. Little Billy' Rhodes -1895


  209. Mark Richmond "(1931) CEO, (Science & Engineering Research Council)"


  210. Elle Rio "(19--) Brazil, XXX actress, (Cheating, Love Probe, Man Hunt),"


  211. Denise Robins "(1897) London, romantic novelist, (1st Long Kiss),"


  212. Jacob Roggeveen "(1659) Dutch Swiss lawyer/navigator, (Easter Island)"


  213. Dirk Roosenburg (1887) Dutch architect


  214. Alan Strode Campbell Ross "(1907) Professor, (coined the terms u & non-u)"


  215. Alphonse de Rothschild (1827) French banker


  216. Peter Sallis "(1921) Actor, (Tast the Blood of Dracula)"


  217. Tommy Salo "(1971) Surahammar SWE, NHL goalie, (Team Sweden, NY Islanders),"


  218. Javier Sanchez "(1968) Spain, tennis star"


  219. Geoff Sanderson "(1972) Hay River, NHL left wing, (Hartford Whalers),"


  220. Ray Sawyer (1939) Rocker


  221. Charles J Sax (1791) Belgian music instrument builder


  222. Gabriel Schutz (1633) Composer


  223. Lisa Marie Scott "(1974) Pensacola FL, playmate, (Feb, 1994)"


  224. Malik Sealy "(1970) NBA guard/forward, (Detroit Pistons, LA Clippers),"


  225. Emilio Segre -1905


  226. Emilio (Gino) Segre "(February 1, 1905 -- April 22, 1989) Italian-born American physicist who was cowinner, with Owen Chamberlain of the United States, of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1959 for the discovery"


  227. Bob Shane "(1934) Vocalist, (Kingston Trio_Scarlet Ribbons)"


  228. Gene Sheldon -1908


  229. Pauly Shore "(1968) Hollywood, comedian, (Totally Pauly, Encino Man)"


  230. Dave Sincock "(1942) Cricketer, (chinaman bowler played for aust 1964-66)"


  231. Elisabeth Sladen -1948


  232. Tina Sloan "(1943) NY, actress, (Lillian-Guiding Light, Search for Tomorrow)"


  233. John Potts Slough "(1829) Brig General, (Union volunteers), died in 1867,"


  234. Andrew Smith (1951) British MP


  235. Conn Smythe "(February 1, 1895 -- November 18, 1980) Canadian ice hockey player, coach, manager, and owner, who founded the Toronto Maple Leafs in the National Hockey League (NHL)."


  236. "Anastasio ""Tacho"" Somoza" "(1896) General/pres of Nicaragua, (1937_56)"


  237. Muriel Spark "(1918 - ____) Scottish novelist, satirist; Her best-known novel, ""The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie,"" 1961 was adapted to film and stage."
    Found at: 1249.htm


  238. Muriel (Sarah) Spark "(February 1, 1918) British novelist, critic, poet, and playwright who progressed from fantastic themes to a preoccupation with the weighty and malign. Her best-known nov"


  239. Edward Staempfli (1908) Composer


  240. Wade Stone -1960


  241. Eduard Adolf Strasburger "(February 1, 1844 -- May 18, 1912) German plant cytologist who elucidated the process of nuclear division in the plant kingdom. OR German botanist, (Angiospermen)"


  242. Ernst Carl Gerlach Stueckelberg -1905


  243. Daniel M Tani "(1961) Ridley Park MD, astronaut"


  244. Peter Tapsell (1930) British MP


  245. Sir John Isaac Thornycroft "(February 1, 1843 -- June 28, 1928) English naval architect and engineer who made fundamental improvements in the design and machinery of torpedo boats and built the first torpedo boat f"


  246. Jimmy Lee Thorpe "(1949) Roxboro NC, PGA golfer, (1985 Greater Milwaukee Open),"


  247. Michael Trumper (1603) Composer


  248. Jevgeni B Vachtangov "(1883) Armenian/Russian actor/director, (Eric XIV)"


  249. Yevgeny Bagrationovich Vakhtangov "(February 1, 1883 -- May 29, 1922) Russian theatrical director of the Moscow Art Theatre."


  250. Eleonora Vallone -1953


  251. Francesco Maria Veracini (1690) Italian opera composer


  252. Sándor Veress (1907) Hungarian pianist/composer


  253. Robert Walmsley (1941) British Vice_Admiral


  254. Edna West -1885


  255. Richard Whately "(1787 - 1863) English prelate, writer; He was the Anglican archbishop of Dublin, educator, logician, and social reformer."
    Found at: 587.htm


  256. Stuart Whitman "(1926) SF Calif, actor, (Capt Apache, Ransom, Cimarron Strip)"


  257. Wade Wilson "(1959) NFL quarterback, (Dallas Cowboys)"


  258. Jason Wright -1971


  259. Boris Yeltsin "(1931 - ____) Russian politician; He was mayor of Moscow, 1985-1987, and president of Russia since 1990; he became the first popularly elected leader."
    Found at: 1888.htm


  260. Eddie Zambrano "(1966) Venezuelan/US baseball outfielder, (Chicago Cubs)"


  261. Yevgeny Zamyatin "(1884) Russia, novelist/playwright, (We),"


  262. Yevgeny Ivanovich Zamyatin "(February 1, 1884 -- March 10, 1937) Russian novelist, playwright, and satirist, one of the most brilliant and cultured minds of the post-revolutionary period, and creator of a peculiarly"


  263. Hans Zülig (1914) Swiss dancer


  264. Pierre Jonquéres d'Oriola "(1920) France, equest jumper, (Oly-gold-1952, 64),"


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