• Herbie Faye

    1899 - 1980

    Herbie Faye (1899 - 1980)

    In 1956, he appeared as Max in The Harder They Fall, a boxing story starring Humphrey Bogart in his last role. In 1962, he portrayed Charlie the bartender, in another boxing film Requiem for a Heavyweight starring Anthony Quinn. That same year, he appeared as “Lefty” in the episode “Fall Guy” of ABC’s crime drama […]

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  • Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano

    1974 - 2012

    Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano (1974 - 2012)

    Lazcano was born to a poor family on Christmas Day, December 1974, in Apan, Hidalgo, Mexico. He enlisted in the Mexican Army as an infantry soldier at age 17 and was later enrolled in the Grupo Aeromóvil de Fuerzas Especiales (GAFE), an elite special forces team dedicated to combating Mexico’s drug-trafficking organizations. His first military […]

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  • Herluf Bidstrup

    1912 - 1988

    Herluf Bidstrup (1912 - 1988)

    Artist, Illustrator. After training at the Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen from 1931 to 1935, he began a career as a satirical cartoonist with the Social Democratic daily press, where his cartoons of Hitler and other Nazi leaders provoked several protests from the German embassy. During the German occupation of Denmark he supplied the […]

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  • Herman “Hyman” Amberg

    1970 - 1926

    Herman “Hyman” Amberg (1970 - 1926)

    Organized Crime Figure. Along with his brothers Louis “Pretty” and Joseph Amberg, they were the most feared gangsters in the Jewish neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York City, New York during the 1920s and 1930s. Hyman was arrested for the murder of a Brooklyn jeweler in 1926 and placed in the “Tombs” jail in Manhattan to […]

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  • Herman Adolph Schalk, Sr

    1833 - 1908

    Herman Adolph Schalk, Sr (1833 - 1908)

    Businessman. He established in 1841 with his father Johann Nepomuk Schalk and brothers Adolph and Oscar the Schalk Brothers Brewery of Newark, New Jersey, the first lager beer brewery in America. The success of the brewery grew exponentially amassing a fortune for him and his family. His immigrant roots soon began to firmly settle into […]

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  • Herman Amberg

    1970 - 1926

    Herman Amberg (1970 - 1926)

    Herman Amberg Organized Crime Figure. Along with his brothers Louis “Pretty” and Joseph Amberg, they were the most feared gangsters in the Jewish neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York City, New York during the 1920s and 1930s. Hyman was arrested for the murder of a Brooklyn jeweler in 1926 and placed in the “Tombs” jail in […]

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  • Herman Bang

    1857 - 1912

    Herman Bang (1857 - 1912)

    Writer. He was born in Als (Denmark) and died in Ogden City (Utah). Active as an author, journalist, stage director and reader up until the time of his death. His most famous novel, Haabløse Slægter (1880, Generations Without Hope) was condemned as pornographic and the book was banned. His other books include Excentriske Noveller (Eccentric […]

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  • Herman Barker

    1893 - 1927

    Herman Barker (1893 - 1927)

    Criminal. Born in Aurora, Missouri to George and Kate Barker. Herman’s life of crime began at an early age, when he and brother Lloyd Barker organize a youth gang, which dedicates itself to petty burglaries. Herman is arrested for robbery in Joplin, Missouri and is released to the care of his mother in 1915. After […]

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  • Herman Bing

    1889 - 1947

    Herman Bing (1889 - 1947)

    Actor.  Educated in his native country Germany for a musical career, Herman Bing went into vaudeville at the young age of 16, and found work as a circus clown. He entered film in the mid-1920s working as a scripter and assistant director to F.W. Murnau on the film “Sunrise” (1927). He also worked under John […]

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  • Herman E. Hollis

    1903 - 1934

    Herman E. Hollis (1903 - 1934)

    US Federal Agent. Born in Des Moines, Iowa, he was sworn in as criminal special agent for the US Federal Bureau of Investigation, in August of 1927. On November 27, 1934, while pursuing members of the John Dillinger Gang, he with another FBI Agent pulled over gangster Lester Joseph Gillis, known as “Baby Face Nelson” […]

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  • Herman Eisen

    1918 - 2014

    Herman Eisen (1918 - 2014)

    Herman Eisen’s first faculty position was at NYU in the then-new Department of Industrial Medicine, where he was funded to work part-time as a researcher and invest the remainder of his time in clinical practice. He found this combination unsustainable and therefore was receptive when approached by Barry Wood to recruit him to Washington University […]

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  • Herman Hoffman Birney, Jr

    1891 - 1958

    Herman Hoffman Birney, Jr (1891 - 1958)

    Author. Wrote such books as “King of the Mesa,” “Vigilantes,” and “Two Little Navajos.”  Family links:  Parents:  Herman Hoffman Birney (1866 – 1926)  Elizabeth C Boude Birney (1867 – 1931)  Spouse:  Marguerite Bovington Birney (1902 – 1975)*  Sibling:  Herman Hoffman Birney (1891 – 1958)  Knox Boude Birney (1892 – 1918)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Herman Hover

    1905 - 1996

    Herman Hover (1905 - 1996)

    Entrepreneur.  Owner of the internationally famed Ciro’s,  Hollywood’s trendiest nightclub of the 1940s and 50s.  Born in Brooklyn,  he dropped out of Columbia University’s Law School to become a speakeasy manager and in the 1930s was a publicity man for stage producer Earl Carroll (the “Vanities” revues).  He claimed to have coined the motto for […]

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  • Herman Hupfeld

    1894 - 1951

    Herman Hupfeld (1894 - 1951)

    Herman Hupfeld was born in Montclair, New Jersey, the son of Fredericka (Rader), a church organist, and Charles Ludwig Hupfeld. He was sent to study violin in Germany at age 9. Returning to the United States he served in the military during World War I, and he entertained camps and hospitals during World War II. […]

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  • Herman Lay

    1909 - 1982

    Herman Lay (1909 - 1982)

    Herman Lay was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on March 6, 1909. His father, Jesse N. Lay, worked for International Harvester, first as a bookkeeper in Charlotte and later as a commercial salesman in Columbia, South Carolina, where the family moved. By 1920, they moved to Greenville, South Carolina. In 1922 his mother died of […]

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  • Herman Ossian Armour

    1837 - 1901

    Herman Ossian Armour (1837 - 1901)

    Businessman. He was a co-founder of the meatpacking firm of Armour & Company. He was born the seventh of eight children whose parents were farmers and little is known of his early life. In 1865 he partnered with John Plankinton and established the New York syndicate of Armour Meats under the name Armour, Plankinton & […]

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  • Hermann Broch

    1886 - 1951

    Hermann Broch (1886 - 1951)

    Hermann Broch was born in Vienna to a prosperous Jewish family and worked for some time in his family’s factory, though he maintained his literary interests privately. He was predestined to work in his father’s textile factory in Teesdorf, therefore, he attended a technical college for textile manufacture and a spinning and weaving college. In 1909 […]

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  • Hermann Prey

    1929 - 1998

    Hermann Prey (1929 - 1998)

    Hermann Prey was born in Berlin and grew up in Germany. He was scheduled to be drafted when World War II ended. He studied voice at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin and won the prize of the Frankfurt contest of the Hessischer Rundfunk in 1952. He began to sing in song recitals and made his […]

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  • Hermine Braunsteiner

    1919 - 1999

    Hermine Braunsteiner (1919 - 1999)

    Hermine Braunsteiner was born in Vienna, the youngest child in a strictly observant Roman Catholic working class family. Her father Friedrich Braunsteiner was a chauffeur for a brewery and/or a butcher. Hermine lacked the means to fulfill her aspiration to become a nurse, and worked as a maid. From 1937 to 1938 she worked in […]

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  • Hermione Baddeley

    1906 - 1986

    Hermione Baddeley (1906 - 1986)

    Actor. Born Hermione Youlanda Ruby Clinton-Baddeley. In her more than 60 year career Hermione enjoyed success in all the acting media. Prior to World War II, she became popular in London stage comedies and revues due to her dancer’s training and innate flair for comedy. In her film career she played memorable character roles, including […]

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  • Hermione Ferdinanda Gingold

    1897 - 1987

    Hermione Ferdinanda Gingold (1897 - 1987)

    Actress.Born Hermione Ferdinanda Gingold in London, England, she was the daughter of a high-standing, Vienna-born, Jewish financier James Gingold and Kate Walter or Walters, an English-born housewife. Her paternal grandparents were the Turkish-born British subject, Moritz “Maurice” Gingold, a London stockbroker, and his wife, Hermine, after whom Hermione Gingold was named. On her father’s side […]

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  • Herschel Bernardi

    1923 - 1986

    Herschel Bernardi (1923 - 1986)

    Actor. Born in New York City into a theatrical family, he was best known for his many performances on Broadway. His starring roles on Broadway included, “Fiddler of the Roof”, “Zorba”, “Bajour” and many other Yiddish plays. For television his credits include “Harbor Command”, “State Trooper”, “Peter Gunn” and for his lead role on the […]

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  • Herta Ehlert

    1905 - 1997

    Herta Ehlert (1905 - 1997)

    Herta Ehlert (née Liess; 26 March 1905, Berlin – 4 April 1997) was a female guard at many Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust. On 15 November 1939, Ehlert was called for Schutzstaffel work by the Labor Exchange. She began work at Ravensbrück concentration camp. She stated, “… I had to see that civilian workers did […]

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  • Herta Oberheuser

    1911 - 1978

    Herta Oberheuser (1911 - 1978)

    Herta Oberheuser (15 May 1911 in Cologne, German Empire – 24 January 1978 in Linz am Rhein, West Germany) was a Nazi physician at the Auschwitz and Ravensbrück concentration camps from 1940 until 1943. Herta Oberheuser worked at concentration camps under the supervision of Dr. Karl Gebhardt, participating in gruesome medical experiments (sulfanilamide as well as […]

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  • Herta Ware

    1917 - 2005

    Herta Ware (1917 - 2005)

    Actress. Married to “The Walton’s” actor, Will Geer. She  helped him found The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum for Blacklisted actors in Topanga, California.  As an actress she is best known for her portrayal of Jack Gilford’s wife ‘Rosie Lefkowitz’ in the 1985 film “Cocoon.”  Herta was an actress that graced Stage, Film, and Television.  She […]

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  • Hertha Feiler

    1916 - 1970

    Hertha Feiler (1916 - 1970)

    Austrian actress. She began performing in the theater in 1936, and ultimately made more than 30 films. She was married to the actor Heinz Rühmann. (bio by: Rudi Polt)  Family links:  Spouse:  Heinz Rühmann (1902 – 1994)

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  • Hertha Salchow Borchert

    1895 - 1985

    Hertha Salchow Borchert (1895 - 1985)

    Author. She was best known for her writings in the Low German dialect and for caring for the literary estate of her son Wolfgang. A the age of 16, she married the local teacher. He introduced her to literary circles in Hamburg. She was encouraged by her husband to write, and she chose topics from […]

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  • Hervey Allen, Jr

    1889 - 1949

    Hervey Allen, Jr (1889 - 1949)

    Novelist. His many works include, “Wampum And Old Gold” (1921), “The Bride Of Huitzell: An Aztec Legend” (1922), “Carolina Chansons: Legends Of The Low Country” (1922), “The Blindman: A Ballad Of Nogent L’Artaud” (1923), “Earth Moods And Other Poems” (1925), “Christmas Epithlamium” (1925), “Toward The Flame” (1926), “New Legends: Poems” (1929), “Sarah Simon: Character Atlantean” […]

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  • Hervey Coke Parke

    1827 - 1899

    Hervey Coke Parke (1827 - 1899)

    Businessman. He was a co-founder of Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Company in 1868 in Detroit, Michigan. The company started standardizing medications and built the first modern pharmaceutical laboratory. They also developed a method of clinical tests for new drugs. They were the first to produce a bacterial vaccine, and phenytoin, which is used to treat seizures and […]

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  • Hetty King

    1883 - 1972

    Hetty King (1883 - 1972)

    Actress and Singer.  Born Winifred Emms King, the daughter of the famous British coster comedian Will King, Hetty became one of England’s highly successful male impersonators, starting out in Music Hall in 1897.  She topped the bills all over the world while dressed as a debonaire man about town or as a sailor or a […]

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