• Audrey Totter

    1917 - 2013

    Audrey Totter (1917 - 2013)

    Actress. Comfortable in both leading and secondary roles, she was often cast as hardened females or as she once stated “bad girls”. Her association with the entertainment industry began when she became a member of a theater group following her high school years. This experience led to an abundance of parts on radio in soap […]

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  • Audrey Young

    1922 - 2012

    Audrey Young (1922 - 2012)

    Actress, Singer. A Big Band performer and veteran of about two dozen movies from the late 1940s, she is better remembered via her long marriage to legendary filmmaker Billy Wilder. Raised in Southern California, she was a part time model when she joined Paramount as a contract player and made her silver screen bow in […]

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  • Audry Lindley

    1918 - 1997

    Audry Lindley (1918 - 1997)

    Audry Lindley She is best remembered for her role as the landlady ‘Helen Roper’ on the ABC television sitcom “Three’s Company,” which aired from March 1977 to September 1984, and it’s spinoff, “The Ropers,” which ran for only one year. Born Audra Marie Lindley, her father was actor Bert Lindley who appeared in films from […]

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  • August “The Elder” Belmont

    1816 - 1890

    August “The Elder” Belmont (1816 - 1890)

    Financier. Born in Alzei, Rhensih, Prussia he started his banking career early by working at the entry level for the prominent House of Rothchilds at the tender age of fourteen, working his way up to positions in Frankfort and Naples then becoming their American representative in New York in 1837. His time in America proved […]

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  • August “The Elder” Belmont

    1816 - 1890

    August “The Elder” Belmont (1816 - 1890)

    Financier. Born in Alzei, Rhensih, Prussia he started his banking career early by working at the entry level for the prominent House of Rothchilds at the tender age of fourteen, working his way up to positions in Frankfort and Naples then becoming their American representative in New York in 1837. His time in America proved […]

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  • August “The Younger” Belmont

    1853 - 1924

    August “The Younger” Belmont (1853 - 1924)

    Financier, Sportsman. The son of August Belmont, Sr. he was birthed into the wealth of the banking and international political scene that his father had constructed as a Prussian immigrant. An 1874 graduate of Harvard University, he is credited, through his love for sports and being a champion sprinter with inventing spiked track shoes.  Upon […]

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  • August “The Younger” Belmont

    1853 - 1924

    August “The Younger” Belmont (1853 - 1924)

    Financier, Sportsman. The son of August Belmont, Sr. he was birthed into the wealth of the banking and international political scene that his father had constructed as a Prussian immigrant. An 1874 graduate of Harvard University, he is credited, through his love for sports and being a champion sprinter with inventing spiked track shoes.  Upon […]

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  • August Anheuser “Gussie” Busch, Jr

    1899 - 1989

    August Anheuser “Gussie” Busch, Jr (1899 - 1989)

    Businessman. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, he was the President and CEO head of the Anheuser Busch Brewery the largest brewery in the world, (1946-75). He succeeded his older brother Adolphus bush III as President and CEO and began using the Bud Clydesdale Horse Team as a company logo. He was an avid sportsman and […]

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  • August Anheuser Busch, Sr

    1865 - 1934

    August Anheuser Busch, Sr (1865 - 1934)

    Businessman, President of Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company. Born in St Louis, Missouri on December 29, 1865, August was the eldest son of Lilly (Anheuser) and Adolphus Busch. After completing his studies at Lyon Free School in St Louis, Missouri, he attended Morgan Park Military Institute in Chicago, Illinois and the Kemper School of Boonville, Missouri. He […]

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  • August Benziger

    1867 - 1955

    August Benziger (1867 - 1955)

    Artist. He was a portrait painter best known of his portraits of Presidents William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt, which are in the Historical Society of Chicago. He was also was commissioned to do portaits of Popes Leo XIII and Pius XI. (bio by: Laurie)  Family links:  Spouse:  Gertrude L. Lytton Benziger (1875 – 1966)* *Calculated […]

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  • August Blanche

    1811 - 1868

    August Blanche (1811 - 1868)

    Author, journalist, publicist, politician. Cause of death: Heart attack in the front line of a public parade

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  • August Charles Fruehauf

    1868 - 1930

    August Charles Fruehauf (1868 - 1930)

    Founder of Fruehauf Trailer Corporation in Detroit, Michigan.  Family links:  Parents:  Carl   Fruehauf (1824 – 1894)  Christine Susanna Hoffmeyer Fruehauf (1835 – 1919)  Children:  Harvey Fruehauf (1893 – 1968)*  Roy August Fruehauf (1908 – 1965)*  Sibling:  Henrietta Fruehauf Spader (1863 – 1925)*  August Charles Fruehauf (1868 – 1930) *Calculated relationship

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  • August Nykiel

    1896 - 1928

    August Nykiel (1896 - 1928)

    Organized Crime Figure. He was one of the most popular and successful Detroit bootleggers during the early days of Prohibition. In addition to his illegal activities he financed and maintained a semi-professional football team, the Detroit Tigers. His territory was confined to Detroit’s Southwest Side, and his headquarters was a saloon at 8824 W. Jefferson […]

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  • August Schellenberg

    1936 - 2013

    August Schellenberg (1936 - 2013)

    According to his official website, Schellenberg was born and lived in Montreal, Quebec until moving to Toronto, Ontario in 1967. He was of Mohawk and Swiss-German descent. He established himself in Toronto until 1995. He lived in Dallas, Texas with his wife, actress Joan Karasevich. He was the father of three daughters, two with Karasevich. […]

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  • August Solberg “Gus” Marker

    1905 - 1997

    August Solberg “Gus” Marker (1905 - 1997)

    Canadian hockey player. He played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Maroons and New York Americans.

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  • August Wilhelm Maybach

    1846 - 1929

    August Wilhelm Maybach (1846 - 1929)

    Automotive Pioneer, Industrialist. He was one of the first automobile manufacturers in Germany. With his lifelong partner Gottlieb Daimler, he invented the first fast-running petrol engine (1885). A smaller version of this engine was used later that year to create the first true motorcycle. In 1886, they built from a carriage the first four-wheel power […]

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  • August Wilhelm von Schlegel

    1767 - 1845

    August Wilhelm von Schlegel (1767 - 1845)

    Literary critic, professor and translator. Together with Ludwig Tieck he translated Shakespeare’s and Cervantes’ works into German and those translations are still used today.  Family links:  Spouse:  Caroline Michaelis Schelling (1763 – 1809)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Augusta Dabney

    1918 - 2008

    Augusta Dabney (1918 - 2008)

    Augusta Keith Dabney (October 23, 1918 – February 4, 2008) was an American actress known for her roles on many soap operas, most notably as the wealthy but kindly matriarch Isabelle Alden on the daytime series Loving. She played the role from 1983 to 1987, from 1988 to 1991, and again from 1994 to 1995, […]

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  • Augusta Dabney

    1918 - 2008

    Augusta Dabney (1918 - 2008)

    Actress. Born in Berkeley, California, she is best known to television audiences for her roles in numerous soap operas including, “As the World Turns”, “The Guiding Light”, “General Hospital”, “Another World” and “Loving”. She began her career on the Broadway stage and would appear in the productions, “Another Love Story”, “The Playroom” and “Everything in […]

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  • Augusta Dabney

    1918 - 2008

    Augusta Dabney (1918 - 2008)

    Actress. Born in Berkeley, California, she is best known to television audiences for her roles in numerous soap operas including, “As the World Turns”, “The Guiding Light”, “General Hospital”, “Another World” and “Loving”. She began her career on the Broadway stage and would appear in the productions, “Another Love Story”, “The Playroom” and “Everything in […]

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  • Auguste Boeckh

    1785 - 1867

    Auguste Boeckh (1785 - 1867)

    Historian of the ancient world and a founder of modern classical philology. (bio by: David Conway)

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  • Auguste Clésinger

    1814 - 1883

    Auguste Clésinger (1814 - 1883)

    Sculptor. His full name was Jean-Baptiste (Auguste) Clésinger, he studied under his father, the sculptor Georges-Philippe Clésinger.  Born in Besançon, in the Doubs department of France. Auguste first exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1843 with a bust of vicomte Jules de Valdahon and last exhibited there in 1864. In 1847 at the Salon, he […]

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  • Auguste Comte

    1798 - 1857

    Auguste Comte (1798 - 1857)

    French philosopher and sociologist. Born Isidore Marie Auguste François Xavier, is considered the founder of a pragmatic ideology, known as Positivism. In contrast to the metaphysical claims of Hegelian Idealism, he enunciated the theory of the priority of Scientific Knowledge in his work “Cours de philosophie positive”. His doctrine is far removed from materialism and […]

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  • Auguste Mariette

    1821 - 1881

    Auguste Mariette (1821 - 1881)

    French Egyptologist. He founded the Egyptian Antiquities Service and the famous Egyptian Museum. He is best known for his four year excavations of the Serapeum at Saqqara. He died at Bulaq in 1881 and was buried in a sarcophagus which was later moved to the forecourt in Egyptian Museum in El Cairo.  (bio by: José […]

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  • Augustine de Betancourt y Molina

    1758 - 1824

    Augustine de Betancourt y Molina (1758 - 1824)

    Engineer, Artist. Regarded by many historians to be the Spanish Leonardo da Vinci. He studied at the École des Ponts et Chaussées (School of Bridges and Roadways) in Paris and founded the Escuela de Ingenieros de Caminos y Canales (School of Road and Canal Engineering) in Madrid and the Corps of Civil Engineering in St. […]

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  • Augustus John

    1878 - 1961

    Augustus John (1878 - 1961)

    Artist. Considered to be the most talented artist of his generation. He studied at the Slade School of Art (1894 to 1899). In 1898, he won the Slade prize with “Moses” and the “Brazen serpent.” On the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, John was the best-known artist in Britian. He obtained a […]

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  • Augustus Kollner

    1812 - 1906

    Augustus Kollner (1812 - 1906)

    German-American Artist. Born Augustus Theodore Frederick Adam Kollner, he was a native of Wurttemberg and he demonstrated artistic aptitude from a young age. At age sixteen he was already employed as an engraver by the Stuttgart printer Carl Ebner. For a time he worked in Paris, and then left for America in 1839 where he […]

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  • Auriol Lee

    1880 - 1941

    Auriol Lee (1880 - 1941)

    Actress. She emigrated to America in the early 1900s and was a prolific stage performer and a playwright on Broadway. From 1903 to 1941, she appeared in numerous productions and also served as a stage director. Before her death she appeared in the films, “A Royal Divorce” (1938) and “Suspicion” (1941). (bio by: John “J-Cat” […]

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  • Aurora Redondo

    1900 - 1996

    Aurora Redondo (1900 - 1996)

    Actress. An acclaimed Spanish stage and screen figure, she made her debut on stage in 1907 and became one of the most important actresses in the Spanish theater. She is best remembered for her plays “Maribel y la Extraña Familia” and “La Casa de Bernarda Alba”. She also appeared in a few films, such as […]

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  • Austin Coates

    1970 - 1970

    Austin Coates (1970 - 1970)

    Author. Son of the famous British composer Eric Coates. (bio by: Kieran Smith)

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