• Hobart Bosworth

    1867 - 1943

    Hobart Bosworth (1867 - 1943)

    Prolific American stage and motion picture actor, director, writer, and producer. His film credits date back as far as 1907. (bio by: A.J. Marik)  Family links:  Parents:  Daniel Perkins Bosworth (1841 – 1905)  Clara VanZandt Bosworth (1845 – 1873)  Spouse:  Adele Farrington (1867 – 1936)*  Sibling:  Hobart Bosworth (1867 – 1943)  William Welles Bosworth (1869 […]

    View Hobart Bosworth's Grave
  • Hobart Cavanaugh

    1886 - 1950

    Hobart Cavanaugh (1886 - 1950)

    Hobart Cavanaugh (September 22, 1886 – April 26, 1950) was an American character actor in films and on stage. He was born in Virginia City, Nevada on September 22, 1886. Cavanaugh attended the University of California. He worked in vaudeville, teaming with Walter Catlett at some point. He appeared in numerous Broadway productions, including the original 1919 […]

    View Hobart Cavanaugh's Grave
  • Hodding Carter

    1907 - 1972

    Hodding Carter (1907 - 1972)

    Journalist, Author. He won the 1946 Pulitzer Price for his articles on racial, religious, and economic intolerance. Among his works, both fiction and nonfiction, are “Mississippi,” “Where Main Street Meets the River,” “The Angry Scar: The Story of Reconstruction,” and “Doomed Road of Empire.” (bio by: Laurie)  Family links:  Spouse:  Betty Werlein Carter (1910 – […]

    View Hodding Carter's Grave
  • Holbrook Blinn

    1872 - 1928

    Holbrook Blinn (1872 - 1928)

    Actor. He is remembered for his Broadway stage appearance as well as his work in silent films in the latter part of his life. Born in San Francisco, California, he made his stage debut there at the age of 6, in “The Streets of New York.” He attended Stanford University in Stanford, California and resumed […]

    View Holbrook Blinn's Grave
  • Holly Bane

    1918 - 1995

    Holly Bane (1918 - 1995)

    Actor. Born in Los Angeles, California, he sometimes billed himself as Mike Ragan and was best known for specializing in playing a bad guy in B Western movies. He made his first film appearance in “Wake Island” (1942), then went on to be in many classic westerns. His western credits included “Song of the Wasteland” […]

    View Holly Bane's Grave
  • Holly Woodlawn

    1946 - 2015

    Holly Woodlawn (1946 - 2015)

    Holly Woodlawn was born as Haroldo Santiago Franceschi Rodriguez Danhakl in Juana Díaz, Puerto Rico, to an American soldier of German descent, and Aminta Rodriguez, a native Puerto Rican, and grew up in Miami Beach, where she came out at a young age. She adopted the name Holly from the heroine of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, […]

    View Holly Woodlawn's Grave
  • Homa Rousta

    1946 - 2015

    Homa Rousta (1946 - 2015)

    Iranian Actress. Rousta was a very prominent Iranian actress who appeared in both film and stage productions. She graduated from the School of Dramatic Arts in Bucharest, Romania with a degree in theatre and then started her career in acting in 1971.  Rousta appeared in such films as “Az Karkheh ta Rhein” (1993), “All the […]

    View Homa Rousta's Grave
  • Homer Calvin Davenport

    1867 - 1912

    Homer Calvin Davenport (1867 - 1912)

    Son of Oregon Pioneers.  Political cartoonist for the San Francisco Examiner in 1892 – 85 and New York Journal starting in 1895.  Author of “The Country Boy” and “My Quest of the Arabian Horse”.  First horse breeder to bring Arabian horses to the United States.  William Randolph Hearst had his body shipped back to Silverton […]

    View Homer Calvin Davenport's Grave
  • Homer Calvin Davenport

    1867 - 1912

    Homer Calvin Davenport (1867 - 1912)

    Son of Oregon Pioneers.  Political cartoonist for the San Francisco Examiner in 1892 – 85 and New York Journal starting in 1895.  Author of “The Country Boy” and “My Quest of the Arabian Horse”.  First horse breeder to bring Arabian horses to the United States.  William Randolph Hearst had his body shipped back to Silverton […]

    View Homer Calvin Davenport's Grave
  • Homer Stonebraker

    1970 - 1970

    Homer Stonebraker (1970 - 1970)

    Hoosier basketball legend. He was once considered to be the best basketball player in the United States.  Family links:  Spouse:  Jeanette E Stonebraker (1905 – 1993)* *Calculated relationship

    View Homer Stonebraker's Grave
  • Honoré Daumier

    1808 - 1879

    Honoré Daumier (1808 - 1879)

    Artist.  He spent most of his career creating lithographs for French newspapers,  in which he bitterly satirized the faults of the bourgeoisie,  the corruption of the law,  and the injustices of his age.  His late-period prints bear an astonishing resemblance to today’s political cartoons.  As a painter Daumier pioneered in unblemished portrayals of working-class life, […]

    View Honoré Daumier's Grave
  • Honoré de Balzac

    1799 - 1850

    Honoré de Balzac (1799 - 1850)

    Author.  He is considered the founder of the realistic school of French Literature.  Balzac was the first great writer to explore the influence of environment on human beings,  and to reveal the complex bonds that tie man to society.  His fame rests on “The Human Comedy”,  a series of nearly 100 novels and novellas.  Together […]

    View Honoré de Balzac's Grave
  • Honus Wagner

    1874 - 1955

    Honus Wagner (1874 - 1955)

    Johannes Peter “Honus” Wagner (/ˈhɒnəs ˈwæɡnər/; February 24, 1874 – December 6, 1955) was an American baseball shortstop who played 21 seasons in Major League Baseball from 1897 to 1917, almost entirely for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Honus Wagner won eight batting titles, tied for the most in National League history with Tony Gwynn. He also […]

    View Honus Wagner's Grave
  • Hooper Hooper Atchley

    1887 - 1943

    Hooper Hooper Atchley (1887 - 1943)

    Actor. Born Lemuel Hooper Atchley, in the 1930’s he played opposite many cowboy heroes including Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson. Most remembered in “Mystery Mountain,” “Ace Drummond” and “The Adventures Of Red Ryder.” (bio by: MC)

    View Hooper Hooper Atchley's Grave
  • Hoot Gibson

    1892 - 1962

    Hoot Gibson (1892 - 1962)

    Western Actor, Rodeo Champion. Hoot Gibson was the idol of millions of American kids in the ’20s and well into the ’30s.  They packed the front seats for the Hoot Gibson Saturday matinees knowing ahead of time, the well worn scripts.  With the damsel in distress and things looking hopeless, it was common knowledge, Hoot […]

    View Hoot Gibson's Grave
  • Hope Cameron

    1920 - 1998

    Hope Cameron (1920 - 1998)

    Stage, film, and television actress. In original stage productions, she appeared as ‘Lydia Lubey’ in “All My Sons” (1947) and as ‘Letta’ in “Death of a Salesman” (1949-50). Films include “The Chapman Report” (1962), “Tales of Ordinary Madness” (1981), and “In the Spirit” (1990). On television she had parts in episodes of “Hazel”, “The Patty […]

    View Hope Cameron's Grave
  • Hope Emerson

    1897 - 1960

    Hope Emerson (1897 - 1960)

    Hope Emerson was born in Hawarden, Iowa. Following her graduation from West High School in Des Moines in 1916, she moved to New York City, where she performed in vaudeville. Hope Emerson made her Broadway début in Lysistrata in 1930, when theatrical producer Norman Bel Geddes cast her for the role of the amazonian Lamputo. She […]

    View Hope Emerson's Grave
  • Hope Hampton

    1897 - 1982

    Hope Hampton (1897 - 1982)

    Texas-born, Philadelphia-bred beauty-contest winner Hope Hampton, was discovered by U.S. silent cinema pioneer Jules Brulatour while working as an extra for director Maurice Tourneur. She made her screen debut in 1920’s A Modern Salome, and went on to feature prominently in several Brulatour-financed films. Her last starring role was in The Road to Reno (1938), […]

    View Hope Hampton's Grave
  • Hope Lange

    1933 - 2003

    Hope Lange (1933 - 2003)

    Hope Lange began working in television in the 1950s with appearances on Kraft Television Theatre, which caught the eye of a Hollywood producer. Lange came to prominence in her first film role in Bus Stop with Marilyn Monroe and Don Murray, whom she married on April 14, 1956. Murray later said that Monroe grew jealous […]

    View Hope Lange's Grave
  • Hope Summers

    1896 - 1979

    Hope Summers (1896 - 1979)

    Motion picture and television actress. She is most remembered for her work on “The Andy Griffith Show.” Her character went through a variety of names, such as ‘Bertha Edwards’ and ‘Clara Johnson’ before the producers finally settled on ‘Clara Edwards.’ In addition to TV appearaces, she appeared in movies such as “Edge Of Eternity,” “Inherit […]

    View Hope Summers's Grave
  • Horace B. Carpenter

    1875 - 1945

    Horace B. Carpenter (1875 - 1945)

    A veteran stage actor of 50 years, Carpenter entered films with the Famous Players Lasky Company and later wrote scenarios for Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. Carpenter died following a heart attack. Actor in 305 films, director of 15 and screenwriter for 5. (bio by: TLS)  Family links:  Parents:  Samuel Perrin Carpenter (1835 – 1909)  Eva Ella […]

    View Horace B. Carpenter's Grave
  • Horace Bushnell

    1802 - 1876

    Horace Bushnell (1802 - 1876)

    While in California in 1856, for the restoration of his health, Horace Bushnell took an active interest in the organization, at Oakland, of the College of California (chartered in 1855 and merged with the University of California in 1869), the presidency of which he declined. As a preacher, Dr Bushnell was very effective. Though not […]

    View Horace Bushnell's Grave
  • Horace G. Brown

    1904 - 1994

    Horace G. Brown (1904 - 1994)

    American motion picture actor. He married legendary actress Marion Davies in 1951.  Family links:  Spouse:  Marion Davies (1897 – 1961)* *Calculated relationship

    View Horace G. Brown's Grave
  • Horace Hagedorn

    1915 - 2005

    Horace Hagedorn (1915 - 2005)

    Businessman. Born in Manhattan, he was an advertising executive who found a niche product in 1950 and turned the blue-crystal plant fertilizer, Miracle-Gro, a staple of American gardens, into the world’s top-selling plant food. His first full-page advertisement for Miracle-Gro in the New York Herald Tribune generated $22,000 in orders within three days. “Miracle-Gro All-Purpose […]

    View Horace Hagedorn's Grave
  • Horace Lawson Hunley

    1823 - 1863

    Horace Lawson Hunley (1823 - 1863)

    Horace Lawson Hunley (June 20, 1823, Sumner County, Tennessee – October 15, 1863, Charleston, South Carolina), was a Confederate marine engineer during the American Civil War. He developed early hand-powered submarines, the most famous of which was posthumously named for him, H. L. Hunley.  Though he was born in Tennessee, Hunley’s parents (Louisa Harden Lawson […]

    View Horace Lawson Hunley's Grave
  • Horace Mann

    1796 - 1859

    Horace Mann (1796 - 1859)

    Educator. Born in Massachusetts, he was an educator and a statesman who greatly advanced the cause of universal, free, non-sectarian public schools. After graduation in 1819, he taught, studied law and entered politics, serving in the State Assembly 1827 to 1837. He was the first secretary to Massachusetts Commission to improve education and was the […]

    View Horace Mann's Grave
  • Horace Mann Bond

    1904 - 1972

    Horace Mann Bond (1904 - 1972)

    Educator. Served as president of Fort Valley State College and Lincoln University, two historically predominant African American colleges. His son, Julian Bond, became a prominent civil rights activist, the first African American elected to the Georgia House of Representatives since the Reconstruction, chairman of the NAACP and who hosted television’s “America’s Black Forum” and narrated […]

    View Horace Mann Bond's Grave
  • Horace McCoy

    1897 - 1955

    Horace McCoy (1897 - 1955)

    Horace McCoy was born in Pegram, Tennessee. During World War I McCoy served in the United States Army Air Corps. He flew several missions behind enemy lines as a bombardier and reconnaissance photographer. He was wounded and received the Croix de Guerre for heroism from the government of France. From 1919 to 1930, he worked as […]

    View Horace McCoy's Grave
  • Horace Smith

    1808 - 1893

    Horace Smith (1808 - 1893)

    Born in Cheshire, Massachusetts, Horace Smith was employed by the U. S. Armory service from 1824 to 1842, when he moved to Newton, Connecticut. He was employed by various gun makers up to the 1840s, when he moved to Norwich, Connecticut. He is then listed as a partner of Cranston & Smith. It is known […]

    View Horace Smith's Grave
  • Horatio Alger, Jr

    1832 - 1899

    Horatio Alger, Jr (1832 - 1899)

    Author. Raised in a strict Calvinist home he attempted to follow in his father’s footsteps of being a clergyman but heeded the call to write instead. A native of Revere, Massachusetts he graduated from Harvard Divinity School having studied under the famed poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. His attempt to join the Union army was thwarted […]

    View Horatio Alger, Jr's Grave
09101112131415161718192021NextLast
çekmeköy escort kartal escort mersin escort mersin escort rokettube anal porno altyazılı porno sex hikayeleri zenci porno kuşadası escort denizli escort bodrum escort