• Ed Snider

    1933 - 2016

    Ed Snider (1933 - 2016)

    Ed Snider was born to a Jewish family in the Washington, D.C. region, the son of a grocery-store chain owner. He attended the University of Maryland and earned his bachelor’s degree. He later became a partner in Edge Ltd., a record company. After selling the company, Snider joined Jerry Wolman (builder) and his brother-in-law Earl Foreman […]

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  • Eddie “Popeye” Egan

    1930 - 1995

    Eddie “Popeye” Egan (1930 - 1995)

    Actor. Egan his best remembered for his roles on television in, “Joe Forrester” as ‘Sergeant Bernie West’ from 1975 to 1976, “Eischied” as ‘Inspector Ed Parks’ from 1979 to 1980, and “Mike Hammer” as ‘Hennessey’ from 1984 to 1985. A native of New York, New York, Egan was born on January 3, 1930. In 1962 […]

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  • Eddie Acuff

    1903 - 1956

    Eddie Acuff (1903 - 1956)

    Eddie Acuff is one of those wonderful supporting actors who peopled the fascinating world of Hollywood’s A, B or Z movies. In a career spanning eighteen years he appeared in the amazing number of 251 movies and 1 TV episode! His appearances could be invisible (when deleted), hardly visible (he portrayed an endless series of […]

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  • Eddie Adams

    1933 - 2004

    Eddie Adams (1933 - 2004)

    Eddie Adams joined the United States Marine Corps in 1951 during the Korean War as a combat photographer. One of his assignments was to photograph the entire Demilitarized Zone from end to end immediately following the war. This took him over a month to complete. It was while covering the Vietnam War for the Associated Press […]

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  • Eddie Aikau

    1946 - 1978

    Eddie Aikau (1946 - 1978)

    Born in Kahului, Maui, Aikau was the third child of Solomon and Henrietta Aikau. Aikau first learned how to surf at Kahului Harbor on its shorebreak. He moved to Oʻahu with his family in 1959, and at the age of 16 left school and started working at the Dole pineapple cannery; The paycheck allowed Aikau […]

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  • Eddie Albert

    1906 - 2005

    Eddie Albert (1906 - 2005)

    Born Edward Albert Heimberger, he is best remembered for his role of lawyer-turned-farmer ‘Oliver Wendell Douglas’ on the classic television comedy series “Green Acres”. His career began on radio, and appeared on the earliest test for television in 1936. He made his motion picture debut in the military academy comedy “Brother Rat” in 1938, and […]

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  • Eddie Albert Albert

    1906 - 2005

    Eddie Albert Albert (1906 - 2005)

    Actor.  Born Edward Albert Heimberger, he is best remembered for his role of lawyer-turned-farmer ‘Oliver Wendell Douglas’ on the classic television comedy series “Green Acres”. His career began on radio, and appeared on the earliest test for television in 1936.  He made his motion picture debut in the military academy comedy “Brother Rat” in 1938, […]

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  • Eddie Arcaro

    1916 - 1997

    Eddie Arcaro (1916 - 1997)

    Horseracing Jockey. He rode Whirlaway and Citation to Triple Crown winners, the only jockey to ever accomplish this feat. Acaro won the Kentucky Derby five times, the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes six times. Forced retirement was mandated in 1962 because of severe Bursitis in his right arm. In his career of 24,092 races, Arcaro […]

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  • Eddie Barth

    1931 - 2010

    Eddie Barth (1931 - 2010)

    Actor. Born Edward Bartholetti, he was dubbed “Mr. Gravel” for his distinctive deep, raspy voice. Performing primarily on television, he is best remembered for his role as Detective Myron Fowler on the CBS series “Simon & Simon”,  from 1981 to 1989. He also had regular roles on “Shaft”, “Murder, She Wrote”, “Magnum P.I.”, “Civil Wars”, […]

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  • Eddie Bracken

    1915 - 2002

    Eddie Bracken (1915 - 2002)

    Bracken was born in Astoria, Queens, New York, the son of Catherine and Joseph L. Bracken. Bracken performed in vaudeville at the age of nine and gained fame with the Broadway musical Too Many Girls in a role he reprised for the 1940 film adaptation. He had performed in a short film series called The […]

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  • Eddie Carnett

    1916 - 2016

    Eddie Carnett (1916 - 2016)

    Eddie Carnett Major League Baseball’s oldest living former player tag has shifted, with the passing Monday night of a Connecticut man who had been carrying that honor. Mike Sandlock, an Old Greenwich native and resident of Cos Cob, died late Monday night, nearly six months past his 100th birthday. His son, also named Mike, stated […]

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  • Eddie Cochran

    1938 - 1960

    Eddie Cochran (1938 - 1960)

    Eddie Cochran Edward Raymond ‘Eddie’ Cochran (October 3, 1938 – April 17, 1960) was an American musician. Cochran’s rockabilly songs, such as “C’mon Everybody”, “Somethin’ Else”, and “Summertime Blues”, captured teenage frustration and desire in the late 1950s and early 1960s. He experimented with multitrack recording and overdubbing even on his earliest singles, and was […]

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  • Eddie Constantine

    1917 - 1993

    Eddie Constantine (1917 - 1993)

    Edward Constantinowsky was born in Los Angeles to immigrant parents, a Russian father and Polish mother. In pursuit of a singing career, he went to Vienna for voice training, but when he returned to America his career didn’t take off and he started taking work as a film extra. Having failed to make a career […]

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  • Eddie De Lange

    1904 - 1949

    Eddie De Lange (1904 - 1949)

    Actor. Appeared in films during the 1930s. His grave does not have a marker. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Eddie Durham

    1906 - 1987

    Eddie Durham (1906 - 1987)

    Musician. He was a jazz guitarist, trombonist, composer and musical arranger of the swing music during the 1930s and 1940s. He performed and arranged for all the greats of the era such as Bennie Moten, Count Basie, Jimmie Lunceford, Artie Shaw and Glenn Miller. As a composer, his songs include “Hittin’ the Bottle”, “One O’Clock […]

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  • Eddie Fisher

    1928 - 2010

    Eddie Fisher (1928 - 2010)

    By 1946, Eddie Fisher was crooning with the bands of Buddy Morrow and Charlie Ventura. He was heard in 1949 by Eddie Cantor at Grossinger’s Catskill Resort Hotel in the Borscht Belt. Cantor’s so-called discovery of Fisher was later described as a totally contrived, “manipulated’ arrangement by Milton Blackstone, Grossinger’s publicity director. After performing on […]

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  • Eddie Fletcher

    1898 - 1933

    Eddie Fletcher (1898 - 1933)

    Gangster. One of the most prominent members of Detroit’s Purple Gang. Fletcher was born and raised in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, along with future Purples such as Abe Axler, Irving Milberg, and Abe Kaminski. Fletcher was originally a featherweight boxer and even ran for alderman in Brooklyn, but he soon turned to crime. Fletcher first arrived in […]

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  • Eddie Fontaine

    1927 - 1992

    Eddie Fontaine (1927 - 1992)

    Eddie Fontaine (March 6, 1927 – April 13, 1992) was an American actor and singer, best known for television roles in the 1960s and 1970s. Born Edward Reardon in Springfield, Massachusetts, Fontaine signed as a vocalist with RCA in 1954 after serving in the US Navy. In 1955 he appeared at the Brooklyn Paramount Theater in […]

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  • Eddie Grant

    1883 - 1918

    Eddie Grant (1883 - 1918)

    Eddie Grant Eddie Grant was a typical Deadball Era third baseman: mediocre offensively (as attested by his lifetime .249 batting average and .295 slugging percentage) but defensively reliable, particularly against the bunt. “As a batter [Grant] was noted for his ability to sacrifice,” remembered Mike Donlin, “and he could lay back near third base and […]

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  • Eddie Gribbon

    1890 - 1965

    Eddie Gribbon (1890 - 1965)

    Actor. Burly, rubber-faced comic character player. He got his start in movies as one of Mack Sennett’s Keystone Kops and appeared in two-reel comedies for vitually every studio in Hollywood. In features he usually played dumb detectives and assorted lugs. Gribbon is memorable as one of Adenoid Hynkel’s storm troopers in Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator” […]

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  • Eddie John Convey

    1910 - 1969

    Eddie John Convey (1910 - 1969)

    Professional Hockey Player. At 5’11 and 165lbs, he played the position of Left-Wing for the New York Americans from 1930 to 1933. (bio by: K)

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  • Eddie Lincoln “Rochester” Anderson

    1905 - 1977

    Eddie Lincoln “Rochester” Anderson (1905 - 1977)

    Actor.  He is best remembered for his role of ‘Rochester Van Jones’, on the “Jack Benny Show”. The son of a minstrel, Big Ed Anderson, and a circus tightrope walker, Ella May Anderson, Eddie was born into a show business family, where he joined his brother, Cornelius, in a vaudeville troop.  For a while, he […]

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  • Eddie Lincoln Anderson

    1905 - 1977

    Eddie Lincoln Anderson (1905 - 1977)

    Actor. He is best remembered for his role of ‘Rochester Van Jones’, on the “Jack Benny Show”. The son of a minstrel, Big Ed Anderson, and a circus tightrope walker, Ella May Anderson, Eddie was born into a show business family, where he joined his brother, Cornelius, in a vaudeville troop. For a while, he […]

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  • Eddie Macon

    1927 - 2017

    Eddie Macon (1927 - 2017)

    Eddie Macon was a track star at Edison High School. He was drafted into the United States Army during World War II in 1945, and was stationed for seven months at Yokohama, Japan after the war’s conclusion. Upon returning to the United States, he joined the San Joaquin Delta College track team, before transferring to […]

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  • Eddie Mannix

    1891 - 1963

    Eddie Mannix (1891 - 1963)

    Eddie Mannix was born in Fort Lee, New Jersey, the son of John and Lizzie (née Striker) Mannix. Christened Joseph Edgar Allen John Mannix, he used Edgar Joseph Mannix as his official name, but was known to most associates as Eddie. After working as a bouncer and then treasurer of the Palisades Park Amusement Park, […]

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  • Eddie Rabbitt

    1941 - 1998

    Eddie Rabbitt (1941 - 1998)

    Eddie Rabbitt When Rabbitt arrived in Nashville during the late 1960s, a friend gave him a pet chicken. Rabbitt noted that he had “an affinity for animals” and kept the bird for a while before ultimately giving it to a farmer. During his Nashville days in the early 1970s, Rabbitt owned a pet monkey named […]

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  • Eddy Addy

    1970 - 1910

    Eddy Addy (1970 - 1910)

    Major League Baseball Player. Born in Rochester, New York, he was nicked named ‘The Magnet’ and made his debut as a right fielder for the Rockford Forest Citys on May 6, 1871. For five seasons, he played for the Rockford Forest Citys in 1871, Philadelphia Whites and Boston Red Stockings in 1873, 1875, Hartford Dark […]

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  • Eddy Arnold

    1918 - 2008

    Eddy Arnold (1918 - 2008)

    Eddy Arnold Arnold was born on May 15, 1918 on a farm near Henderson, Tennessee. His father, a sharecropper, played the fiddle, while his mother played guitar. As a boy Arnold helped on the farm, which later gained him his nickname—the Tennessee Plowboy. Arnold attended Pinson High School in Pinson, Tennessee, where he played guitar […]

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  • Eddy Duchin

    1909 - 1951

    Eddy Duchin (1909 - 1951)

    Eddy Duchin was born on April 1, 1909 in Cambridge, Massachusetts to Bessarabian Jewish immigrants, Tillie (née Baron) (1885–March 21, 1962) and Frank Duchin (June 2, 1885–?). He was originally a pharmacist before turning full-time to music and beginning his new career with Leo Reisman’s orchestra at the Central Park Casino in New York, an […]

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  • Edgar Allan Poe

    1809 - 1849

    Edgar Allan Poe (1809 - 1849)

    He was born Edgar Poe in Boston, Massachusetts, on January 19, 1809, the second child of English-born actress Elizabeth Arnold Hopkins Poe and actor David Poe, Jr. He had an elder brother, William Henry Leonard Poe, and a younger sister, Rosalie Poe. Their grandfather, David Poe, Sr., had emigrated from Cavan, Ireland, to America around […]

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