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  1. Jane Ackroyd (1957) British sculptor


  2. Edvin Adolphson -1893


  3. Davey Allison "(February 25, 1961 -- July 13, 1993) Won 19 titles while competing on the Winston Cup tour, including the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing's (NASCAR's) 1992 Daytona 500, the"


  4. Maryann Amacher (1943) Composer


  5. Torgny Anderberg -1919


  6. "Bob Anderson, II" -1959


  7. Don Anurasiri "(1966) Cricketer, (Sri Lankan slow left_armer)"


  8. John Arlott "(1914) Cricketer, (the doyen of cricket commentators & writers)"


  9. Theodorus J I Arnold "(1832) Bibliographer, (Bibliotheca Belgian)"


  10. William James Ashley (1860) English economic_historian


  11. William Thomas Astbury "(1898) English physicist/chemist, (textiles)"


  12. Sean Astin "(1971) LA Calif, actor, (Goonies, Toy Soldiers)"


  13. Meher Baba "(February 25, 1894 -- January 31, 1969) Spiritual master in western India with a sizable following both in that country and abroad. Beginning on July 10, 1925, he observed silence for the la"


  14. Jim Backus "(1913) Cleve, actor, (Mr Magoo, Thurston Howell III-Gilligan Is)"


  15. Diane Baker "(1938) Hollywood Calif, actress, (Diary of Anne Frank, Marnie)"


  16. Ralph Baldwin "(1916) Harness driver, (set 11 major world records)"


  17. James A Barcia (1952) (Rep_D_Michigan)


  18. "DeBenneville ""Bert"" Bell" "(1895) PA, NFL owner/commissioner/HOF, (Eagles),"


  19. Glen Bishop "(1960) Cricketer, (s aussie bat, 2 odi's for australia 1987)"


  20. Anthony J Block "(1868) Dutch lawyer, (strafproces)"


  21. Sir Robert Bond "(February 25, 1857 -- March 16, 1927) Leader of the Liberal Party in Newfoundland and prime minister of the British colony from 1900 to 1909."


  22. George Bonnor "(1855) Cricketer, (big_hitting Aussie batter 1880_1888)"


  23. Joe Bowden "(1970) NFL linebacker, (Houston/Tennessee Oilers)"


  24. James Bowen "(1808) Major General, (Union volunteers), died in 1886"


  25. Elkie Brooks "(1945) Manchester England, rocker, (Pearl's a Singer),"


  26. Susan Browning "(1941) Baldwin NY, actress, (Pat-Mary Hartman),"


  27. Anthony Burgess "(1917 - 1993) English novelist, critic, man of letters; His fictional explorations of modern dilemmas combined wit, moral earnestness, and a note of the bizarre."
    Found at: 980.htm


  28. Jenny Byrne "(1967) Perth Australia, tennis star, (1984 Futures-Wyong-AUS),"


  29. Libby [Elizabeth] Callahan "(1992) Columbia SC, sport pistol, (Olympics-96),"


  30. Oliver Samuel Campbell "(1871) Tennis champ, (US Open_1890)"


  31. Leonard Carey "(1887) England, actor, (Laughter)"


  32. Mary Coyle Chase "(1907) Playwright. Pulitzer prize, ""harvey"". Or playwright, (harvey-pulitzer prize)"


  33. Robert Hall Chilton "(1815) Brig General, (Confederate Army), died in 1879,"


  34. Cammy Ciarelli "(1962) Iowa City, WPVA volleyballer, (Best of Beach-2nd-1995),"


  35. Davie Cooper (1956) Soccer star


  36. Stacey Cortez "(1966) Actress, (sheila cantillan-general hospital)"


  37. Armand-Louis Couperin "(1725) Paris France, organist/composer, (Notre Dame),"


  38. Tom Courtenay "(1937) England, actor, (Dresser, Dr Zhivago, To Catch a Spy)"


  39. Lord Crickhowell -1934


  40. Linda Cristal "(1934) Buenos Aires Arg, actress, (Victoria-High Chapparal)"


  41. Benedetto Croce "(February 25, 1866 -- November 20, 1952) Historian, humanist, and foremost Italian philosopher of the first half of the 20th century. OR Italy, humanist/historian/editor/philosopher"


  42. Oscar Cullmann "(1902) Swiss theologist, (Das Petrusproblem)"


  43. George Washington Cullom "(1809) Bvt Major General, (Union Army), died in 1892"


  44. Byron Dafoe "(1971) Sussex Eng, NHL goalie, (LA Kings),"


  45. Adelle Davis "(1904 - 1974) US nutritionist, author; She is best known for ""Let's Cook It Right,"" 1947 and ""Let's Eat Right to Keep Fit,"" I954."
    Found at: 1111.htm


  46. Clair Dia "(19--) XXX actress, (Desires Within Young Girls, Health Spa),"


  47. Kerry Dienelt "(1969) Australian softball catcher/1st baseman, (Oly_bronze_96)"


  48. Helen Dobson "(1971) Skegness England, golfer, (1993 State Farm Rail Classic),"


  49. R. Orlando Duenas -1960


  50. Antony Duff (1920) Diplomat


  51. John Foster Dulles "(1888 - 1959) US government official; He was secretary of state, 1953-59, under President Eisenhower; architect of many major elements of U.S. foreign policy in the Cold War."
    Found at: 1876.htm


  52. Andy Dunbar -1973


  53. George Duning -1908


  54. Helen Jerome Eddy -1897


  55. F de Jong Edz (1919) Dutch historian


  56. Herb Elliott "(February 25, 1938) Australian middle-distance runner who was record holder in the 1,500-metre (metric-mile) race (1958-67) and the mile race (1958-62). As a senior runne OR Australia, 1500m runner, (Olympic-gold-1960)"


  57. Asta E R Elstak (1917) Suriname/Dutch social worker


  58. Farokh Engineer "(1938) Indian cricket wicket_keeper, (1961_75)"


  59. Clement Anselm Evans "(1833) Brig General, (Confederate Army), died in 1911,"


  60. Lee Edward Evans "(1947) Madera Calif, 400m runner, (Olympic-2 gold-1968),"


  61. Henry Norwood Ewell "(1918) Harrisburg Pa, 4x100m runner, (Olympic-gold-1948),"


  62. Millicent Fenwick "(1910 - 1992) US diplomat, congresswoman; ""Outhouse Millie"" was the inspiration for the Doonesbury comic strip character, Lacey Davenport; Republican congresswoman from NJ, 1975-82."
    Found at: 1129.htm


  63. Mateo Ferrer (1788) Composer


  64. Birgit Fischer "(1962) German DR, 500m kayaker, (Olympic-gold-1980),"


  65. Ric Flair -1949


  66. Rick Flair "(1950) [Richard Fliehr], wrestling champ, (NWA/WWF/WCW/AWA),"


  67. William Foster "(1881) Mass, Communist Pres candidate, (1924,28,32),"


  68. William Z(ebulon) Foster "(February 25, 1881 -- September 1, 1961) American labour agitator and Communist Party leader who ran for the presidency in 1924, 1928, and 1932."


  69. David Fox "(1971) US, 50m freestyle, (Olympics-6th-96),"


  70. Charles Freer (1876) Art collector; endowed freer gallery [or 1856]


  71. Charles Lang Freer (1856) Art collector; endowed freer gallery [or 1876]


  72. Ernst Friedrich "(1894) Breslau Germany, pacifist, (War Against War!),"


  73. Gert Froebe "(1913) Saxony Germany, actor, (Goldfinger),"


  74. Gert Fröbe -1913


  75. Daryl Gardener "(1973) Defensive end, (Miami Dolphins)"


  76. Larry Gelbart "(1928) Writer/producer/actor, (oh god!, M*a*s*h)"


  77. Christopher George "(1929) Royal Oak Minn, actor, (Rat Patrol, Immortal),"


  78. "Christopher George, I" -1929


  79. Federico Ghisi (1901) Composer


  80. Michelle Gibson "(1969) Equestrian dressage, (Olympics_bronze_96)"


  81. Garrett Glaser "(1953) Entertainment correspondent, (Entertainment Tonight)"


  82. Carlo Goldoni "(1707) Italy, lawyer/playwright, (Belisario, Love of 3 Oranges)"


  83. Jozef Goossenaerts "(1882) Flemish philologist, (Language boundary)"


  84. Alex Gordon (1917) Architect


  85. Hayes Gordon "(1920) Boston MA, actor, (Sky Pirates, Dark Room)"


  86. Karen Grassle "(1944) Berkeley Ca, actress, (Caroline-Little House on Prairie)"


  87. Philip Charles Habib "(February 25, 1920 -- May 25, 1992) U.S. diplomat who had a distinguished 30-year career as a U.S. foreign-service officer, notably in his efforts in the Middle East in the 1970s and '80"


  88. Carl Christian Hall "(February 25, 1812 -- August 14, 1888) Danish politician whose policies led Denmark into a disastrous war with Germany."


  89. Edward Henry Harriman "(February 25, 1848 -- September 9, 1909) American financier and railroad magnate, one of the leading builders and organizers in the era of great railroad expansion and development of the West"


  90. Jed Harris "(1900) producer/director, (Billy Rose Show, Operation Mad Ball),"


  91. Sean Harris "(1972) NFL linebacker, (Chic Bears)"


  92. Chris Harrison "(1972) Guard, (Detroit Lions)"


  93. George Harrison "(1943) Rocker, (beatle/travelling willberries-my sweet lord)"


  94. Andrew Hermann "(1971) US 50K walker, (Olympics_96)"


  95. Dame Myra Hess "(February 25, 1890 -- November 25, 1965) English pianist known for her interpretations of the works of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Robert Schumann."


  96. Damemyra Hess "(1890-1965) Concert Pianist. Named Dame of British Empire, I941."


  97. Myra Hess "(1890) London England, concert pianist"


  98. Peter Hinchcliff (1929) Historian


  99. Peter Bingham Hinchcliff "(1929) Brit church historian, (1 Sided Reciprocity)"


  100. Donald Hodge "(1969) NBA center, (Charlotte Hornets)"


  101. Kristina Holland "(1944) Fayetteville NC, (Tina_Courtship of Eddie's Father)"


  102. Alexis Hollander (1840) Composer


  103. Erich Moritz von Hornbostel "(February 25, 1877 -- November 28, 1935) Austrian musicologist and ethnologist."


  104. Robert Hudson (1732) Composer


  105. David Hulse "(1968) US baseball outfielder, (Texas Rangers)"


  106. Leann Hunley "(1955) Actress, (dane carrington-dynasty, dawson's creek)"


  107. Hugh Esmor Huxley "(February 25, 1924) English molecular biologist whose study (with Jean Hanson) of muscle ultrastructure using the techniques of X-ray diffraction and electron microscopy"


  108. Warren Hymer "(1906) NYC, actor, (Girl From Havana, Meet the Mob)"


  109. Monty Irvin "(1919) Baseball hall of famer, (NY Giants)"


  110. John (Pierce) Saint John "(February 25, 1833 -- August 31, 1916) U.S. politician, governor of Kansas and a leading prohibitionist."


  111. Basia Johnson "(1937) Maid, (inherited Johnson & Johnson fortune)"


  112. Dick Jones "(1927) Snyder Tx, actor, (Buffalo Bill Jr),"


  113. Dickie Jones -1927


  114. Alfred Jordan "(1970) CFL cornerback, (Calgary Stampeders)"


  115. Neil Jordan "(1950) Sligo Ireland, novelist, (Dream of a Beast, Past)"


  116. Brenda Joyce -1917


  117. Martin William Karlins (1932) Composer


  118. Edward Kellett-Bowman (1931) British MEP


  119. Elsie Kirk -1925


  120. Max Kommerell "(1902) German literary/author, (Die Gefangenen)"


  121. Johann Philipp Krieger "(February 25, 1649 -- February 7, 1725) German composer known especially for his church cantatas, fugues, and keyboard suites. OR composer"


  122. F Xaver Kroetz (1946) Writer


  123. Hercules Kyvelos "(1975) Montreal Quebec, boxer, (Olympics-96),"


  124. Lili Körber (1897) Writer


  125. Jennifer LaVoie "(1971) Nashua NH, playmate, (Aug, 1993),"


  126. Karl Gottfried Lamprecht "(February 25, 1856 -- May 10, 1915) German historian who was one of the first scholars to develop a systematic theory of psychological factors in history."


  127. Harald Lander "(February 25, 1905 -- September 14, 1971) Danish dancer and choreographer who was primarily responsible for rebuilding the faltering Royal Danish Ballet into a superb performing organization."


  128. Nick Leeson "(1967) British banker, (Baring bank)"


  129. Tony Lema (1934 - 1966) US golfer; He won the British Open in 1964; killed in a plane crash.
    Found at: 884.htm


  130. Tea Leoni "(1966) NYC, actress, (Flying Blind, Naked Truth),"


  131. Téa Leoni -1966


  132. Phoebus (Aaron Theodor) Levene "(February 25, 1869 -- September 6, 1940) Russian-born American chemist and pioneer in the study of nucleic acids."


  133. Otto Liebmann "(1840) German philosopher, (Climax of Theories)"


  134. Anthony Lloyd (1950) British MP


  135. Philipp Hyacinth Lobkowitz (1680) Composer


  136. Erwin van de Looi "(1972) Soccer player, (Vitesse)"


  137. Jesús Lopez-Cobos "(1940) Toro Spain, conductor, (Intl Conductor Competition)"


  138. Earle Lyon -1936


  139. "Henry Howard Northampton, Earl of, BARON OF MARNHULL" "(February 25, 1540 -- June 15, 1614) Roman Catholic intriguer during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I of England, known for his unscrupulousness and treachery."


  140. Hector MacKenzie (1940) Trade unionist


  141. Don Majkowski "(1964) NFL quarterback, (Detroit Lions)"


  142. Francois-Rene-Auguste Mallarme "(February 25, 1755 -- July 25, 1835) French revolutionist, briefly president of the Convention in 1793."


  143. Troy Mallette "(1970) Sudbury, NHL left wing, (Ottawa Senators),"


  144. Henri Martelli (1895) Composer


  145. Jose de San Martin "(February 25, 1778 -- August 17, 1850) Argentine soldier, statesman, and national hero who helped lead the revolutions against Spanish rule in Argentina (1812), Chile (1818), and Peru (1821"


  146. José Francisco de San Martín "(1778) Liberated Argentina, Chile & Perú"


  147. Zeppo Marx -1901


  148. [Herbert] Zeppo Marx "(1901) NYC, comedian/actor, (Marx Brothers),"


  149. "John Evan ""Jasper"" Weston Mather" (1909) Writer


  150. Rene-Nicolas-Charles-Augustin de Maupeou "(February 25, 1714 -- July 29, 1792) Chancellor of France who succeeded in temporarily (1771-74) depriving the Parlements (high courts of justice) of the political powers that had enabled"


  151. Karl May "(1842) German writer, (Old Shatterhand/Winnetou)"


  152. Karl (Friedrich) May "(February 25, 1842 -- March 30, 1912) German author of travel and adventure stories for young people, dealing with desert Arabs or with American Indians in the wild West, remarkable for th"


  153. Corey Mayfield "(1970) NFL defensive tackle, (Jacksonville Jaguars)"


  154. Joe Mays -1948


  155. John J McClellan (1896) (Sen_D_Ark)


  156. Harvey McGregor "(1926) QC/warden, (New College_Oxford)"


  157. Tom McHale "(1963) NFL tackle, (Miami Dolphins)"


  158. Marisa Mell "(1939) Graz Austria, actress, (Masquerade, Casanova '70)"


  159. Ernö Metzner -1892


  160. Lewis Moonie (1947) British MP


  161. Giovanni Morelli "(February 25, 1816 -- February 28, 1891) Italian patriot and art critic whose methods of direct study became basic for subsequent art criticism."


  162. Giovanni Battista Morgagni "(February 25, 1682 -- December 5, 1771) Italian anatomist and pathologist whose works helped make anatomy an exact science."


  163. Shivadhar Srinivasa Naipaul "(1945) Trinidad, novelist, essayist, (Fireflies)"


  164. Robert Neame (1934) Brewer


  165. Steve Nevius "(1964) Film editor, (eden, fall time, damascus)"


  166. Laurence New (1932) Major_General


  167. Tommy Newsom "(1929) Va, musician/bandleader/saxophonist, (Tonight Show),"


  168. Jonnie Nicely "(1936) playmate, (Aug, 1956),"


  169. Jane Nigh "(1925) Hollywood Calif, actress, (Lorelei-Big Town)"


  170. Ludvig Anselm Nordstrom "(February 25, 1882 -- April 15, 1942) Swedish writer whose realistic, socially conscious works are set in the Norrland region in which he matured."


  171. Ludvig Nordström "(1882) Sweden, writer, (Story of Peter Svensk),"


  172. Brian O'Neal "(1970) NFL full back, (SF 49ers)"


  173. Paul O'Neill "(1963) Columbus OH, right fielder, (Cin Reds, NY Yankees)"


  174. Menso Kamerlingh Onnes (1860) Painter/water colors painter


  175. Domingo Ortega "(February 25, 1906 -- May 8, 1988) Spanish matador noted for his daring and for his contribution to the literature of bullfighting. OR Spanish bullfighter"


  176. Otakar Ostrcil (1879) Composer


  177. Billy Packer "(1940) Wellsville NY, basketball sportscaster, (CBS),"


  178. Marcel Pagnol "(1895 - 1974) French playwright; He won fame as a master of stage comedy and critical acclaim for his filmmaking. He was the first filmaker elected to the French Academy, 1946."
    Found at: 1943.htm


  179. Marcel Paul Pagnol "(February 25, 1895 -- April 18, 1974) French writer and motion-picture producer-director who won both fame as the master of stage comedy and critical acclaim for his filmmaking. He was ele"


  180. Edgar Pangborn "(1909) US, sci-fi author, (Judgment of Eve, Davy),"


  181. Boris Papandopulo (1906) Composer


  182. Roger Parker (1923) Lord Justice of Appeal


  183. George Paul "(1940) CEO, (Norwich Union Insurance Group)"


  184. Erica Pedretti (1930) Writer


  185. Nova Peris "(1971) Darwin Australia, field hockey left halfback, (Olympics-96),"


  186. Mike Peters "(1959) Rocker, (alarm-in the summertime)"


  187. Samantha Phillips "(1966) Ft Meade MD, Penthouse Pet"


  188. Rain Phoenix -1973


  189. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney "(February 25, 1746 -- August 16, 1825) American soldier, statesman, and diplomat who participated in the XYZ Affair, an unsavory diplomatic incident with France in 1798."


  190. Chris Pitman "(1976) rocker, (Zaum, Tool),"


  191. David Puttnam "(1941) London, film producer/CEO, (Columbia Pictures)"


  192. Kurt Rambis "(1958) NBA forward, (Lakers, Hornets)/Clark Kent look-a-like,"


  193. Karl Wilhelm Ramler "(1725) German poet, (Geistliche Kantaten)"


  194. Sally Jessy Raphael "(1943) American talk show host OR TV talk show host, (Sally) [or May 25]"


  195. Matti Rautio (1922) Composer


  196. Sir George Houston Reid "(February 25, 1845 -- September 12, 1918) Statesman and prime minister of Australia (1904-05) who as premier of New South Wales (1894-99) directed an economic recovery program, maintained free"


  197. Bert Remsen "(1925) Glen Cove NY, actor, (Mario-It's a Living),"


  198. Auguste Renoir "(1841 - 1919) French artist; He was a founder of the French impressionist movement noted for its optimistic view of life, e.g., ""Le Moulin...,"" 1876."
    Found at: 426.htm


  199. Pierre Auguste Renoir "(2/25/1841) Limoges France, Impressionist painter/sculptor"


  200. Pierre-Auguste Renoir ()


  201. Emitt Rhodes "(1950) Musician, (Merry_go_Round)"


  202. Peg Ridge (1924) Peace campaigner


  203. "Robert Lorimer ""Bobby"" Riggs" "(1918) US tennis star, (US Open 1939, 41),"


  204. Bobby Riggs (born Robert Larimore Riggs) (1918) tennis player.


  205. "Bobby Riggs, I" -1918


  206. Steve Rixon "(1954) Australian cricket wicket_keeper, (1977_85)"


  207. Alison Roberts (1963) Fashion designer


  208. Art Rochester -1944


  209. Rich Rowland "(1967) US baseball catcher, (Detroit Tigers)"


  210. Shimen Rushkin "(1907) Poland, actor, (Beau Brummel, Having a Wonderful Time)"


  211. Aleksey Ivanovich Rykov "(February 25, 1881 -- March 14, 1938) Bolshevik leader who became a prominent Soviet official after the Russian Revolution (October 1917) and one of Joseph Stalin's major opponents during"


  212. Andre Jeanbon Saint-Andre "(February 25, 1749 -- December 10, 1813) French Protestant clergyman who became a member of the Committee of Public Safety that ruled France during the period of the Jacobin dictatorship (179"


  213. Ron Santo "(1940) shortstop, (Cubs, 1st baseball player to veto his trade),"


  214. Ramon Pagayon Santos (1941) Composer


  215. John Saul -1942


  216. Bob Schieffer "(1937) Austin Tx, newscaster, (CBS Weekend News),"


  217. Gerrit Schimmelpenninck (1794) Dutch earl of Nijenhuis/Peckedam


  218. Carl Schuberth (1811) Composer


  219. Jean Bruce Scott "(19--) Monterey Calif, actress, (Magnum PI, Airwolf),"


  220. Norman Orville Scribner (1936) Composer


  221. Lord Sempill -1949


  222. Kirrily Sharpe "(1973) Bankstown Aust, tennis star, (1995 Futures-Saga-JPN),"


  223. Taras Shevchenko "(1814) Ukrainian national poet/painter, (3/9 NS) [OS]"


  224. Taras Hryhorovych Shevchenko "(February 25, 1814 -- February 26, 1861) Foremost Ukrainian poet of the 19th century and a major figure of the Ukrainian national revival."


  225. John Graves Simcoe "(February 25, 1752 -- October 26, 1806) British soldier and statesman who became the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada (now Ontario)."


  226. Frank G Slaughter "(1908) Author, (Sangaree)"


  227. Detron Smith "(1974) NFL running back, (Denver Broncos_Superbowl 32)"


  228. Ralph Stanley (1927) Country singer


  229. J R Stephenson "(1931) Lt_col/secretary, (MCC)"


  230. Richard Stern (1928) US writer


  231. Simon Stijl (1731) Frisian physician/writer


  232. Stewart Sutherland "(1941) Principal/Vice_Chancellor, (Edinburgh University)"


  233. Foster Emerson Sylvers (1962) Rocker


  234. Jud Taylor "(1940) Actor, (Dr Gerson_Dr Kildare)"


  235. Yasufumi Terawaki -1962


  236. Eddie Thomson "(1947) Australian soccer coach, (Olyroos, Olympics-96),"


  237. Carrot Top "(1965) [Scott Thompson], Fla, comedian, (Amer Comedy Award-1994)"


  238. Bruno? Traven "(1882) German? Writer, (Sierra Madre)"


  239. George Alfred Trenholm "(1807) Secy Treas, (Confederacy), died in 1876,"


  240. Tamarick Vanover "(1974) NFL wide receiver, (KC Chiefs)"


  241. (Jose Joaquim) Cesario Verde "(February 25, 1855 -- July 18, 1886) Poet who revived Portuguese poetry by introducing colloquial language and by exploring its capacity for expression at a time when exalted rhetoric was"


  242. A C F Verity "(1939) Master, (Dulwich College)"


  243. Julie Verstraete-Lacquet (1833) Flemish actress


  244. Samaki Walker "(1976) NBA forward, (Dallas Mavericks)"


  245. Ian Wallace (1916) British CEO


  246. Walraad "(1635) The Elder, Dutch fieldmarshall/earl of Nassau_Usingen"


  247. G B Warren (1948) British biochemist


  248. John Watson "(1847) Canada, philosopher, (Objective Idealism)"


  249. Richard Wattis "(1912) England, actor, (Hobson's Choice, Prince & Showgirl)"


  250. Leo J Weisgerber (1899) German linguist


  251. Howard Wendell "(1894) Poland, actor, (4 Skulls of Jonathan Drake)"


  252. Michael Wheeler-Booth (1934) Clerk of the Parliaments


  253. Louise Williams "(19--) Scranton Pa, actress, (Busting Loose),"


  254. Keith Williamson (1928) British RAF marshal


  255. Peewee Wilson -1940


  256. Ernst William Wolf (1735) Composer


  257. "Stuart ""Woody"" Wood" "(1957) Scot, guitarist, (Bay City Rollers-Saturday Night),"


  258. "John Wood, THE YOUNGER" "(February 25, 1728 -- June 18, 1782) British architect whose work at Bath represents the culmination of the Palladian tradition initiated there by his father, John Wood the Elder. Bath is"


  259. Faron Young "(1932) Country singer/actor, (hidden guns, daniel boone)"


  260. Howard Zahniser (1906) Father of Wilderness Act


  261. Matthias Zdarsky "(February 25, 1856 -- June 20, 1940) Ski instructor, considered the father of Alpine skiing, who was probably the first regular ski instructor in Austria."


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