• Henry Robinson Luce, II

    1898 - 1967

    Henry Robinson Luce, II (1898 - 1967)

    Magazine Magnate. Publisher of Sports Illustrated, Life and Time Magazine.  Family links:  Parents:  Henry Winters Luce (1868 – 1941)  Spouse:  Clare Boothe Luce (1903 – 1987)*  Children:  Henry R Luce (1925 – 2005)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Henry Robinson Luce, II

    1898 - 1967

    Henry Robinson Luce, II (1898 - 1967)

    Magazine Magnate. Publisher of Sports Illustrated, Life and Time Magazine.  Family links:  Parents:  Henry Winters Luce (1868 – 1941)  Spouse:  Clare Boothe Luce (1903 – 1987)*  Children:  Henry R Luce (1925 – 2005)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Henry Rowe Schoolcraft

    1793 - 1864

    Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793 - 1864)

    Indian Agent. Explorer. Author. He was involved with the Native Americans of the Midwest for over thirty years. While working with the Chippewa, he was the first to discover and report the true source of the Mississippi River. It is believe that he was the first non-Native American to visit Lake Itasca while looking for […]

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  • Henry Skillman Breckinridge

    1886 - 1960

    Henry Skillman Breckinridge (1886 - 1960)

    US Government Official, United States Army Officer, Olypic Athlete. A graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, he was appointed as President Woodrow Wilson’s Assistant Secretary of War, in 1913, at age 27. A member of the 1912 and 1928 Olympic fencing teams, and was captain of the latter. During World War I he […]

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  • Henry Steele Commager

    1902 - 1998

    Henry Steele Commager (1902 - 1998)

    Historian. He authored over 40 books and 700 papers, and was well known for his outspokenness on the topics of McCarthyism, the Vietnam War, and Civil Liberties. A professor at Columbia University, New York University, and Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts, for many years, he was the author of works such as “The Growth Of […]

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  • Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley

    1545 - 1567

    Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley (1545 - 1567)

    Darnley was born in 1545, at Temple Newsam, Leeds, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. Through his parents he had claims to both the Scottish and English thrones, as he was descended from both James II of Scotland and Henry VII.  Darnley’s father, Matthew Earl of Lennox, had been declared guilty of treason in […]

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  • Henry the Young King

    1155 - 1183

    Henry the Young King (1155 - 1183)

    Little is known of the young prince Henry before the events associated with his marriage and coronation. His mother’s children by her first marriage to Louis VII of France were Marie of France, Countess of Champagne and Alix of France. He had one older brother, William IX, Count of Poitiers (d. 1156), and his younger […]

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  • Henry Travers

    1874 - 1965

    Henry Travers (1874 - 1965)

    Henry Travers was born Travers John Heagerty in Prudhoe, Northumberland, and was the son of Daniel Heagerty, a doctor. Travers grew up in Berwick-upon-Tweed, and many biographies wrongly report him as being born there. The Travers family lived in Prudhoe for a couple of years before moving from Woodburn, on the A68 road near Corsenside, Northumberland, […]

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  • Henry Vahl

    1897 - 1977

    Henry Vahl (1897 - 1977)

    Henry Vahl was a German theater and film actor . He was known primarily for television dramas, transferred from the Ohnsorg Theater in Hamburg, giving him the name of a popular actor earned.  Born in 1897 in Stralsund Henry Vahl suggested for decades as an actor by the second row. His numerous theater stations included, […]

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  • Henry Victor Lucas

    1857 - 1910

    Henry Victor Lucas (1857 - 1910)

    Lucas was a St. Louis millionaire. He owned the St. Louis Maroons baseball team. He also formed the Union Association & became president of the league.  (bio by: Connie Nisinger)  Family links:  Parents:  James H. Lucas (1800 – 1873)  Marie Emilie Des Ruisseaux Lucas (1815 – 1878)  Spouse:  Louise Espenschied Clopton (1858 – 1940)*  Children: […]

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  • Henry Wade

    1914 - 2001

    Henry Wade (1914 - 2001)

    Henry Wade, one of eleven children, was born in Rockwall County, Texas, outside Dallas. A good student, Wade, along with five of his seven brothers, entered the legal profession. Shortly after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, in 1939, Wade joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation, headed by J. Edgar Hoover. Wade’s assignment […]

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  • Henry Warren “Hank” Hartsfield, Jr

    1933 - 2014

    Henry Warren “Hank” Hartsfield, Jr (1933 - 2014)

    US Astronaut. During the course of his career at NASA, he logged roughly 483 hours in space and served as commander of the space shuttle Discovery’s maiden mission in 1984. Raised in Alabama, he received his bachelors degree in Physics from Auburn University in 1954 and continued his studies at Duke University. He later studied […]

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  • Henry Watkins Allen

    1820 - 1866

    Henry Watkins Allen (1820 - 1866)

    Henry Watkins Allen enlisted as a Private in the 4th Louisiana Infantry Regiment but was quickly promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on August 15, 1861. Allen became the regiment’s Colonel on March 1, 1862. He was seriously wounded at Shiloh and Baton Rouge. Colonel Allen met Sarah Morgan on November 2, 1862, when he was still […]

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  • Henry Ziegler Steinway

    1915 - 2008

    Henry Ziegler Steinway (1915 - 2008)

    Piano Manufacturer, Businessman. He was the great-grandson of Heinrich Engelhard Steinway, who established the Steinway Company as the leading piano manufacturer in America in 1853. In 1942, he became a factory manager at his family’s company and was president of Steinway & Sons in 1955. He served in that role for more than 20 years […]

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  • Herb Andress

    1935 - 2004

    Herb Andress (1935 - 2004)

    Actor. Austrian-born, he came to the U.S. in the late 1950s and appeared in TV series and films, often playing Nazis and other stereotypical German roles. His credits include the TV shows “Combat,” “My Favorite Martian,” and “Burke’s Law.” He appeared in movies such as “The Ghost In the Invisible Bikini.” He returned to Austria […]

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  • Herb Baumeister

    1947 - 1996

    Herb Baumeister (1947 - 1996)

    Herb Baumeister was the oldest of four children born to Herbert and Elizabeth Baumeister. His childhood was reportedly normal. By the onset of adolescence, however, he began exhibiting anti-social behavior; acquaintances later recalled the young Baumeister playing with dead animals and urinating on a teacher’s desk. As a teenager, he was diagnosed with schizophrenia, but […]

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  • Herb Edelman

    1933 - 1996

    Herb Edelman (1933 - 1996)

    Herb Edelman was born in Brooklyn, New York. Before becoming an actor, Edelman studied to become a veterinarian at Cornell University, but left during his first year. After serving in the US Army as an announcer for Armed Forces Radio, he enrolled in Brooklyn College as a Theater student, but eventually dropped out. He later […]

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  • Herb Hash

    1911 - 2008

    Herb Hash (1911 - 2008)

    Herb Hash was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who played from 1940 to 1941 for the Boston Red Sox. He was born in Woolwine, Virginia, and attended the University of Richmond; he is a member of the University’s Hall of Fame. Hash made his debut for the Red Sox on April 19, […]

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  • Herb Reed

    1928 - 2012

    Herb Reed (1928 - 2012)

    Herb Reed Herb Reed was an American musician, vocalist and founding member of The Platters, who were known for their hits during the 1950s and 1960s. Reed, who was the last surviving original member of the group, which he co-founded with four other musicians in 1953, is credited with creating The Platters’ name. Reed thought […]

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  • Herbert Anderson

    1917 - 1994

    Herbert Anderson (1917 - 1994)

    Actor. He was best remembered for his role as Henry Mitchell, Dennis’ father on the TV series “Dennis the Menace”. After signing with Warner Bros. Studios, he made his film debut in “Navy Blues” (1941), followed by a great performance as Private Hanson in the World War II movie, “Battleground” (1949). His many television credits […]

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  • Herbert Biberman

    1900 - 1971

    Herbert Biberman (1900 - 1971)

    Herbert J. Biberman (March 4, 1900 – June 30, 1971) was an American screenwriter and film director. He may be best known for having been one of the Hollywood Ten as well as directing Salt of the Earth, a 1954 film about a zinc miners’ strike in Grant County, New Mexico. His membership in the […]

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  • Herbert Brownell

    1904 - 1996

    Herbert Brownell (1904 - 1996)

    Herbert Brownell was admitted to the bar in New York, and began his practice in New York City. In February 1929, he joined the law firm of Lord Day & Lord in New York, and except for periods of public service, he remained with them until his retirement in 1989. He married Doris McCarter on […]

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  • Herbert Butterfield

    1895 - 1957

    Herbert Butterfield (1895 - 1957)

    Actor. He is best remembered for his roles as ‘Clarence Wellman’ in the television series’, “The Halls Of Ivy” from 1954 to 1955, and as ‘Commissioner’ in “Dangerous Assignment” (1952). He appeared in the films, “Shield For Murder” (1954), “A Blueprint For Murder” (1953), “The House On Telegraph Hill” (1951), and “Never Fear” (1950). Also […]

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  • Herbert Corthell

    1878 - 1947

    Herbert Corthell (1878 - 1947)

    American stage and motion picture actor of the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. Appeared in the 1941 Orson Welles cinema classic “Citizen Kane.” (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Herbert Dow

    1866 - 1930

    Herbert Dow (1866 - 1930)

    Herbert Henry Dow was born in 1866 in Belleville, Ontario, the eldest child of the Americans Joseph Henry Dow, an inventor and mechanical engineer, and his wife, Sarah Bunnell, who were from Derby, Connecticut. When the infant boy was six weeks old, the family returned to their hometown. They moved again in 1878, this time […]

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  • Herbert Dunn

    1891 - 1979

    Herbert Dunn (1891 - 1979)

    Screen, stage actor and property master.  He played the Cisco Kid 1913-15.

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  • Herbert Fux

    1927 - 2007

    Herbert Fux (1927 - 2007)

    Actor. Born in Hallein, Austria, he appeared in hundreds of films, often in villainous roles,  during a career which began in the early 1960s. After years of acting on the European stage, Fux had memorable performances in the films “The Invisible Terror” (1963), “The Quiller Memorandum” (1966), “Funeral in Berlin” (1966), “Dead Run” (1967), “House […]

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  • Herbert Grimwood

    1875 - 1929

    Herbert Grimwood (1875 - 1929)

    Actor. Born in London England, he was a Shakespearian stage performer when he made his debut in the silent film era appearing in “Kismet” (1914). His other credits include   “When the Clouds Roll By” (1919), “The Hope” (1920), “Simple Souls” (1920), “Sonny” (1922), “Romola” (1924) and “The Amateur Gentleman” (1926). He died in Hollywood, […]

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  • Herbert H. Franklin

    1866 - 1956

    Herbert H. Franklin (1866 - 1956)

    Inventor, Businessman. An automotive Pioneer, in 1901 he teamed up with engineer John Wilkinson to delevope an air-cooled engine. When Wilkinson lost interest in project, Franklin assumed control of the company, renaming it the Franklin Automobile Company. The first Franklin car was sold in 1902 and produced the first air-cooled automobile engine. Franklin cars were […]

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  • Herbert Hoover

    1874 - 1964

    Herbert Hoover (1874 - 1964)

    Herbert Hoover 31st US President. He was the scapegoat President blamed for the Great Depression and all that was wrong with America. Herbert Hoover had the misfortune to inherit an economy and a faulty banking system which collapsed before it could be reformed. His detractors wove and promoted a myth labeling Hoover as heartless, inept […]

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