• Andrew Arbuckle

    1887 - 1939

    Andrew Arbuckle (1887 - 1939)

    Actor. He was the brother of stage and film actor Maclyn Arbuckle and the cousin of comedian Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle. A native of Galveston, Texas, he began his career in vaudeville before going to Hollywood and entering films. In 1915, he married Blanche Duquesne, with whom he had no children. His first roles upon his […]

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  • Andrew Carrick Gow

    1848 - 1920

    Andrew Carrick Gow (1848 - 1920)

    Painter. Best known for historical and military subjects. Born in London, where he studied at art school, he first exhibited at the Royal Academy at the age of 21. One of his pictures was then exhibited at the RA every year until his death. Elected as an Associate of the Royal Academy in 1881, he […]

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  • Andrew Chan

    1984 - 2015

    Andrew Chan (1984 - 2015)

    Andrew Chan was born in Sydney, New South Wales, the youngest child of Ken and Helena Chan, both first-generation Cantonese-speaking migrants from China. Chan was one of four children, having a brother and two sisters. Chan’s mother had limited English language skills, and Chan did not speak Cantonese. Chan’s brother Michael translated for him when […]

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  • Andrew Dickson White

    1832 - 1918

    Andrew Dickson White (1832 - 1918)

    Educator / Ambassador.  He graduated from Yale University in 1853. He then spent three years in Europe studying, then returned to the University Of Michigan where he was a professor of History and English Literature.  He was the co-founder and 1st president of Cornell University – 1865-1885.  While at Cornell, White took leave to serve […]

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  • Andrew Duggan

    1923 - 1988

    Andrew Duggan (1923 - 1988)

    Actor. Born in Franklin, Indiana on December 28, 1923, he was raised in Texas and went to college at Indiana University. There, on a speech and drama scholarship, he began to act and perform however this was interrupted by being called into the service. In World War II where he saw action overseas, he was […]

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  • Andrew Engeldinger

    1976 - 2012

    Andrew Engeldinger (1976 - 2012)

    The shooting took place at Accent Signage Systems, a sign-making business located in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood of Minneapolis, which is bisected by Interstate 394. Andrew John Engeldinger, an employee of the firm, was called over to the office of operations director John Souter. Before going to the executive offices, Engeldinger first went to his […]

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  • Andrew Grant DeYoung

    1974 - 2011

    Andrew Grant DeYoung (1974 - 2011)

    Andrew Grant DeYoung On October 13, 1995, Andrew DeYoung was convicted of the murders of his parents, Gary and Kathryn DeYoung, as well as his 14-year-old sister, Sarah. According to the prosecution, DeYoung killed his family in order to collect an inheritance from their estate, which DeYoung estimated to be worth approximately $480,000.  On June […]

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  • Andrew Jackson

    1767 - 1845

    Andrew Jackson (1767 - 1845)

    Andrew Jackson 7th United States President. When he threw his hat in the ring and decided to run for the presidency, Andrew Jackson the “Hero of New Orleans” was the most popular man in the country and even received a “favorite son” endorsement from Tennessee delegates. Detractors had a field day after his marriage to […]

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  • Andrew Jackson Downing

    1815 - 1852

    Andrew Jackson Downing (1815 - 1852)

    Architect. One of America’s premier landscape architect, he wrote many books on the subject and thus, by reputation was dubbed “The Apostle of Taste.” His work included locales in New York State’s Hudson River Valley, at Newport, Rhode Island’s “cottages” and in The Capitol Mall at Washington, D.C. where a huge urn stands as a […]

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  • Andrew Johnson

    1808 - 1875

    Andrew Johnson (1808 - 1875)

    Andrew Johnson With the Assassination of Lincoln, the Presidency fell upon an old-fashioned southern Jacksonian Democrat of pronounced states’ rights views. Although an honest and honorable man, Andrew Johnson was one of the most unfortunate of Presidents. Arrayed against him were the Radical Republicans in Congress, brilliantly led and ruthless in their tactics. Johnson was […]

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  • Andrew Kehoe

    1872 - 1927

    Andrew Kehoe (1872 - 1927)

    With a reputation for thrift, Andrew Kehoe was elected treasurer of the Bath Consolidated School board in 1924. While on the board, Kehoe fought for lower taxes and was often at cross purposes with other board members, voting against them and calling for adjournment when he didn’t get his way. He repeatedly accused superintendent Emory […]

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  • Andrew Kennedy

    1912 - 1988

    Andrew Kennedy (1912 - 1988)

    Anglo-Polish spy. Andrzej Kowerski was born in Labunie in Poland. After his military service, he studied agriculture at Cracow University. Just after he graduated, he was shot in the foot in a hunting accident, and had to travel to England to be fitted with an artificial leg. On the outbreak of the Second World War, […]

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  • Andrew Koenig

    1968 - 2010

    Andrew Koenig (1968 - 2010)

    From 1985 to 1989, Koenig played a recurring role as Richard “Boner” Stabone, best friend to Kirk Cameron’s character Mike Seaver in the first four seasons of the ABC sitcom Growing Pains. During the same period, he guest starred on episodes of the sitcoms My Sister Sam and My Two Dads as well as the […]

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  • Andrew Lackey

    1983 - 2013

    Andrew Lackey (1983 - 2013)

    Lackey broke into Newman’s Limestone County home on Halloween night in 2005. Lackey had been told by Newman’s grandson that there was a vault in the home containing gold bars and cash. Newman made a call to 911 on the night of the murder, in which he could be heard saying, “Don’t do that,” ”Leave […]

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  • Andrew Martinez

    1972 - 2006

    Andrew Martinez (1972 - 2006)

    Andrew Martinez was a high school football player when he attended Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, California. Martinez attended classes at the University of California, Berkeley. In September 1992, his second year in college, he began appearing naked in public and led a campus “nude-in” to protest social repression. Campus police first arrested him that […]

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  • Andrew Marton

    1904 - 1992

    Andrew Marton (1904 - 1992)

    Andrew Marton, nicknamed “Bandy” (pronounced “Bundy”), (born Endre Marton; 26 January 1904 – 7 January 1992) was a Hungarian-American film director, producer and editor. In his career he directed 39 films and television programs, and worked on 16 as a second unit director, including the chariot race in Ben Hur. Andrew Marton was born in Budapest, […]

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  • Andrew Smith

    1970 - 1970

    Andrew Smith (1970 - 1970)

    Business Magnate. He and brother William Wallace Smith took over restaurant and cough drop business in Poughkeepsie, New York in 1866 when their father, James Smith, the founder died. Later, to distinguish their brand from other imitations they registered their pictures as trademarks and positioned same on their product packaging above words trade and mark. […]

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  • Andrew Trent Hamilton

    1970 - 1741

    Andrew Trent Hamilton (1970 - 1741)

    Philadelphia Lawyer. The Hamilton Watch Company was named after this Andrew Hamilton who was owner of a large tract of land which was granted to him from William Penn and included what is now the city of Lancaster. Lancaster became the fourth county in the province of Pennsylvania in 1729 with Andrew as the principal […]

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  • Andrew Veniamin

    1975 - 2004

    Andrew Veniamin (1975 - 2004)

    Andrew Veniamin was born to Greek Cypriot immigrant parents, and was raised in the Western Melbourne suburb of Sunshine. From a child to his early teens, Veniamin was an altar boy at the Greek Orthodox Church in the neighbouring suburb of Sunshine West, where his funeral would later be held. Veniamin worked at the West Melbourne […]

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  • Andrew Watson Armour

    1829 - 1892

    Andrew Watson Armour (1829 - 1892)

    Businessman. One of 5 Armours who developed Armor and Company Meat Packing. In 1871 John Plankington and Phillip Armour opened a small slaughterhouse in Kansas City. The company already had two large packinghouses, one in Milwaukee and one in Chicago. John Plankington retired from Plankington and Armour in 1885 and Armour Brothers was organized. Phillip […]

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  • Andy Adams

    1859 - 1935

    Andy Adams (1859 - 1935)

    Author. After living and working on the Western Frontier, he drew his experiences there to write a number of successful western novels. His first “The Log of a Cowboy” (1903), was his best known and most successful work. (bio by: Laurie)  Family links:  Parents:  Andrew Adams (1821 – 1906)  Elizabeth Elliott Adams (1821 – 1897)

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  • Andy Adams

    1859 - 1935

    Andy Adams (1859 - 1935)

    Author. After living and working on the Western Frontier, he drew his experiences there to write a number of successful western novels. His first “The Log of a Cowboy” (1903), was his best known and most successful work. (bio by: Laurie)  Family links:  Parents:  Andrew Adams (1821 – 1906)  Elizabeth Elliott Adams (1821 – 1897)

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  • Andy Allan Clyde

    1892 - 1967

    Andy Allan Clyde (1892 - 1967)

    Popular, prolific Scottish-born stage, motion picture, and television actor of the 1920s through the 1960s. Specialized in memorable comedic roles. Brother of actor David Clyde and actress Jean Clyde. (bio by: A.J. Marik)  Family links:  Children:  John Allan Clyde (1935 – 1944)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Andy Clark

    1894 - 1965

    Andy Clark (1894 - 1965)

    Actor. He entered films with Edison in 1914 and starred in ‘Andy’ series, appearing as Himself. He made mostly silent films, and played ‘Dinty’ in “Hit the Deck” (1930).  (bio by: Ginny M)

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  • Andy Clyde

    1892 - 1967

    Andy Clyde (1892 - 1967)

    Andy Clyde’s last theatrical film was released in 1956, after which he worked mostly in television, having appeared on Rod Cameron’s syndicated series City Detective. On The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse and Studio 57 in 1954 and 1955, respectively, he portrayed Tom Harper in the episode “Santa’s Old Suit,” with co-star Jane Darwell. Clyde guest starred in […]

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  • Andy Devine

    1905 - 1977

    Andy Devine (1905 - 1977)

    Born in Flagstaff, Arizona, on October 7, 1905, Andy Devine grew up in Kingman, where his family moved when he was a year old. His father was Thomas Devine Jr., born in 1869 in Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Andy’s grandfather, Thomas Devine Sr., was born in 1842 in County Tipperary, Ireland, and emigrated to the United […]

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  • Andy Gibb

    1958 - 1988

    Andy Gibb (1958 - 1988)

    Andy Gibb Andrew Roy “Andy” Gibb (5 March 1958 – 10 March 1988) was an English singer, musician, performer and teen idol who was the younger brother of Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb. Andy came to international prominence in the late 1970s with three singles that reached #1 in the United States: “I Just Want […]

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  • Andy Granatelli

    1923 - 2013

    Andy Granatelli (1923 - 2013)

    Anthony “Andy” Granatelli (March 18, 1923 – December 29, 2013) was the CEO of STP (motor oil company) and a major figure in automobile racing events. Granatelli was born in Dallas, Texas. Along with his brothers Vince and Joe, he first worked as an auto mechanic and “speed-shop” entrepreneur, modifying engines such as the “flathead” Ford into racing-quality equipment. During World War II, […]

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  • Andy Griffith

    1926 - 2012

    Andy Griffith (1926 - 2012)

    Actor. He is best remembered for his portrayal as ‘Sheriff Andy Taylor’ in the 1960s television series “The Andy Griffith Show” and Attorney ‘Ben Matlock’ in the 1980s series “Matlock.” He began his career as a stand up comedian before landing a starring role in the Broadway production of “No Time for Sergeants” (1955) for […]

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  • Andy Marte

    1983 - 2017

    Andy Marte (1983 - 2017)

    Andy Marte signed as a free agent with the Atlanta Braves at the age of 16 in 2000, and succeeded at every level of the farm system. He was selected to appear in the All-Star Futures Game in 2003 and 2004. In 2005 Marte hit .275 with 20 home runs and 74 runs batted in […]

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