• Black Kettle

    1803 - 1868

    Black Kettle (1803 - 1868)

    Little is known of chief Black Kettle’s life prior to 1854, when he was made a chief of the Council of Forty-four, the central government of the Cheyenne tribe. The Council met regularly at the Sun Dance gatherings, where they affirmed unity. After 1850, Cheyenne-US relations were conducted under the Treaty of Fort Laramie. But, the […]

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  • Blackjack Mulligan

    1942 - 2016

    Blackjack Mulligan (1942 - 2016)

    Blackjack Mulligan Blackjack Mulligan, a former professional wrestler and a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, has died. He was 73. Robert Windham, better known as Blackjack Mulligan, the patriarch of the Windham wrestling family that includes three performers on the current WWE roster, passed away. Windham had been in poor health for some […]

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  • Blaise Alexander

    1976 - 2001

    Blaise Alexander (1976 - 2001)

    Alexander was born on March 26, 1976 in Montoursville, Pennsylvania. He began his stock car career at age 12 in the World Karting Association and was the champion of the East Series in 1992. From that point, Alexander moved onto the Micro-Sprint racing series at tracks in different states including Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New York, […]

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  • Blaise Cendrars

    1887 - 1961

    Blaise Cendrars (1887 - 1961)

    Author.  Real name Frédéric Louis Sauser.  An innovator in poetry and prose,  he had a significant impact on French literature before and after World War I.  His novels “Gold” (aka “Sutter’s Gold”,  1925) and “Moravagine” (1926) have been translated into over 20 languages.  Cendrars was born in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Neuchâtel, Switzerland.  At 15 he was […]

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  • Blake Brockington

    1996 - 2015

    Blake Brockington (1996 - 2015)

    Blake Brockington was born on May 14, 1996 in Charleston, South Carolina. He moved from Charleston to Charlotte, North Carolina, when he was 12. Brockington was assigned the sex of female at birth and identified as such publicly until he came out publicly as transgender while attending East Mecklenburg High School as a tenth grade student. […]

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  • Blake Heron

    1982 - 2017

    Blake Heron (1982 - 2017)

    Blake Heron (January 11, 1982 – September 8, 2017) was an American screen actor. He is best known for his starring role as Marty Preston in the 1996 film Shiloh. Blake Heron was born in Sherman Oaks, California on January 11, 1982. After his parents divorced, he moved with his mother to Atlanta, then to […]

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  • Blanca De Silos

    1914 - 2002

    Blanca De Silos (1914 - 2002)

    Spanish Stage and Screen Actress. She appeared in films such as “Raza” (1942), “Mariona Rebull” (1947), “Sin Uniforme” (1950), and “Hola Robinson” (1959). (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)

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  • Blanca Estela Pavón

    1926 - 1949

    Blanca Estela Pavón (1926 - 1949)

    Actress. She was born in Veracruz, Mexico. She appeared in “La Liga de las Canciones” (1941), “El Niño de las Monjas” (1944), “Cuando Lloran los Valientes” (1945), “Vuelven los García” (1946), “Nosotros los Pobres” (1947), “Ustedes los Ricos” (1948), “Los Tres Huastecos” (1948) and “La Mujer que Yo Perdí” (1949). Her career was ended by […]

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  • Blanche “Bonnie” Earle

    1882 - 1951

    Blanche “Bonnie” Earle (1882 - 1951)

    Silent-film actress. Married to director William P.S. Earle. Cause of death: Heart attack

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  • Blanche Barrow

    1911 - 1988

    Blanche Barrow (1911 - 1988)

    Blanche Iva Barrow (née Caldwell) (January 1, 1911 – December 24, 1988) was a fringe member of the Bonnie and Clyde gang and the wife of Clyde Barrow’s brother Buck. Brought up by her father, she had a poor relationship with her mother, who arranged for Blanche Barrow to be married to an older man. […]

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  • Blanche Bates

    1873 - 1941

    Blanche Bates (1873 - 1941)

    Actress. She created the title role in David Belasco’s play “The Girl of the Golden West” (1905). She was also known for roles with the companies of Augustin Daly and Charles Frohman. She created the title role in John Long’s one-act play “Madame Butterfly” (1900). She starred in “Under Two Flags” (1901), and “The Darling […]

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  • Blanche Chapman Ford

    1970 - 1941

    Blanche Chapman Ford (1970 - 1941)

    Actress. Known professionally as Blanche Chapman, Mrs. Ford was a celebrated beauty of the 19th Century stage whose theatrical career eventually spanned more than eight decades. Born Ada Blanche Chapman in Covington, Kentucky, to actors Harry S. Chapman and his wife, Julia Drake, she was a cousin of Edwin and John Wilkes Booth, and a […]

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  • Blanche Gauthier

    1970 - 1970

    Blanche Gauthier (1970 - 1970)

    French-Canadian actress. She appeared in the films, “Le Rossignol Les Cloches” (1952), “The 13th Letter” (1951), “Forbidden Journey” (1950), Le Cure de Village” (1949), “Un Homme Et Son Peche” (1949) and “Whispering Forces” (1947). (bio by: K)

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  • Blanche Mehaffey

    1908 - 1968

    Blanche Mehaffey (1908 - 1968)

    American actress in several motion pictures of the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. Married to film producer Ralph M. Like. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Blanche of Lancaster

    1345 - 1368

    Blanche of Lancaster (1345 - 1368)

    Blanche was born on 25 March 1345, although the year 1347 has also been suggested. She was the younger daughter of Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster and his wife Isabel de Beaumont. She and her elder sister Maud, Countess of Leicester, were born at Bolingbroke Castle in Lindsey. Maud married Ralph de Stafford and […]

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  • Blanche Payson

    1881 - 1964

    Blanche Payson (1881 - 1964)

    American stage and motion picture actress of the 1910s, 20s, 30s, and 40s. Began her film career at the Mack Sennett studio. Appeared in films with Laurel & Hardy, the Three Stooges, and other popular acts of the day. She also appeared in the award-winning 1934 Frank Capra comedy “You Can’t Take It with You.” […]

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  • Blanche Sweet

    1896 - 1986

    Blanche Sweet (1896 - 1986)

    Actress. She began her career at the age of 18 months and by 1909 she was under contract to the Biograph Studios and working for D.W. Griffith. Her films include “The Five Pennies” (1959), “The Silver Horde” (1930), “The Far Cry” (1926), “Those Who Dance” (1924), “The Girl In The Web” (1920), “The Unpardonable Sin” […]

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  • Blanche Yurka

    1887 - 1974

    Blanche Yurka (1887 - 1974)

    Actress. Born in St Paul, Minnesota, she was an opera singer when she made her debut as a character actor on Broadway in 1910. Turning to the screen, she is most remembered for the role as the vicious Madame Defarge in “A Tale of Two Cities” (1935). Among her many film credits were “Song of […]

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  • Blanchette Brunoy

    1918 - 2005

    Blanchette Brunoy (1918 - 2005)

    French Actress. She appeared in nearly 100 films during a career that spanned almost 70 years, from 1930 to 1998. Among her credits are the title role in “Claudine à L’école,” “Judas Was a Woman,” “Shop Girls of Paris,” “Bernadette of Lourdes,” “Anatomy of a Marriage,” “The Holy Terror” and “L’ Enfer.” Her final film […]

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  • Blaze Starr

    1932 - 2015

    Blaze Starr (1932 - 2015)

    Starr was born on April 10, 1932 in rural Wayne County, West Virginia, along Twelvepole Creek, (also spelled Twelve Pole Creek) the second eldest of 11 siblings born to Lora (née Evans) and Goodlow Fleming). Reared in the Newground Hollow (also spelled New Ground Hollow) area of Wilsondale, West Virginia, she left home at either age […]

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  • Blossom Rock

    1895 - 1978

    Blossom Rock (1895 - 1978)

    Edith Marie Blossom MacDonald (August 21, 1895 – January 14, 1978), also known or credited as Blossom Rock, Blossom MacDonald or Marie Blake, was an American actress of stage, film and television. Her younger sister was screen actress and singer Jeanette MacDonald. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Daniel and Anne MacDonald in 1895. As […]

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  • Bo Bergman

    1869 - 1967

    Bo Bergman (1869 - 1967)

    Acclaimed Poet, Lyricist and Author. Concidered one of Sweden´s leading poets. He has been referred to as ”the critical observer of life”, and this epithet coloured much of his writing. He made his debut 1903 with the collection of poems ”Marionetterna” (The Marionets). His last collection, ”Äventyret” (The Adventure), was released posthumously in 1969. He […]

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  • Bo Carter

    1893 - 1964

    Bo Carter (1893 - 1964)

    Armenter Chatmon (June 30, 1893 – September 21, 1964), known as Bo Carter, was an early American blues musician. He was a member of the Mississippi Sheiks in concerts and on a few of their recordings. He also managed that group, which included his brothers Lonnie Chatmon on fiddle and, occasionally, Sam Chatmon on bass […]

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  • Bo-Peep Karlin

    1910 - 1969

    Bo-Peep Karlin (1910 - 1969)

    Actress. Born in Green Creek, Illinois, she was a dancer when she made her screen debut as a chorus girl in 滴appy Days” (1929). Her other credits included “The Trial of Vivienne Ware” (1932), “Something to Sing About” (1937), “Around the World in 80 Days” (1956) and “Bye Bye Birdie” (1963). She died in Hollywood, […]

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  • Bob “Bozo” Bell

    1922 - 1997

    Bob “Bozo” Bell (1922 - 1997)

    Bob Bell was born in Flint, Michigan to a General Motors factory worker. He spent his life after high school doing odd jobs until he enlisted first in the United States Marine Corps and later the United States Navy during World War II, though he did not see any combat action due to the loss […]

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  • Bob “Tumbleweed” Baker

    1910 - 1975

    Bob “Tumbleweed” Baker (1910 - 1975)

    Actor. He appeared in motion pictures in the 1930s and 1940s primarily in “Singing Cowboy” western movie roles, most notably in the films “The Singing Outlaw” (1937), “The Last Stand” (1938) and “The Phantom Stage” (1939). After making 25 movies, he soured on Hollywood, and believed hos career as mistreated by studio executives. he retired […]

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  • Bob Akin

    1936 - 2002

    Bob Akin (1936 - 2002)

    Bob Akin was born March 6, 1936, in North Tarrytown, N.Y., and was raised in Sleepy Hollow Manor. He was educated at Hackley School in Tarrytown and later served on its board for 30 years and as president from 1980 to 1990. At Columbia University, he earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a master’s […]

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  • Bob Anderson

    1922 - 2012

    Bob Anderson (1922 - 2012)

    Anderson was educated at The Royal Hospital School, in Raleigh House. It was here that he began to fence.[citation needed] Anderson joined the Royal Marines and won several combined services titles in the sport of fencing. He served in the Mediterranean during World War II.  As a competitive fencer, he represented Great Britain at the […]

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  • Bob Arthur

    1921 - 1997

    Bob Arthur (1921 - 1997)

    Radio Personality. Born Joseph Arthur Prince in the small mining town of Dunkirk, Kansas, he was raised in the town of Pittsburg, Kansas. He went to journalism school at the University of Kansas until World War II, where he enlisted in the United States Navy, rising to Lieutenant. After the war he returned to broadcasting […]

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  • Bob Baker

    1910 - 1975

    Bob Baker (1910 - 1975)

    Actor. He appeared in motion pictures in the 1930s and 1940s primarily in “Singing Cowboy” western movie roles, most notably in the films “The Singing Outlaw” (1937), “The Last Stand” (1938) and “The Phantom Stage” (1939). After making 25 movies, he soured on Hollywood, and believed hos career as mistreated by studio executives. he retired […]

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