• Naohiko Kumagai

    1970 - 1970

    Naohiko Kumagai (1970 - 1970)

    Artist and painter. “Waterfall” is one of his better known works. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Naomi Childers

    1892 - 1964

    Naomi Childers (1892 - 1964)

    Silent Film Actress. Born in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Her childhood was spent in St. Louis, Missouri where she was educated in the Maryville convent. She began her acting at the age of three,  and played a Chopin number at an adult recital at the age of eight. When she was ten Naomi performed the title roles, […]

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  • Naomi Kawashima

    1960 - 2015

    Naomi Kawashima (1960 - 2015)

    Japanese Actress. She was known for her compelling roles both on film and television. She debuted as a singer in 1979 while a student at Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo.  While a late night disc jockey in 1981, Kawashima was noticed and given a chance in acting.   She continued into acting until her passing. […]

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  • Naomi Sutherland

    1970 - 1893

    Naomi Sutherland (1970 - 1893)

    Vaudevillian Actress. Appeared in vaudeville acts in the 1880s along with her sisters. They were distinguished by their very long hair.  Family links:  Parents:  Fletcher Sutherland (1816 – 1888)  Mary Brink Sutherland (1824 – 1867)  Children:  Naomi Bailey Booth (____ – 1926)*  Harry Sutherland Bailey (1886 – 1945)*  Siblings:  Dora Sutherland (____ – 1926)*  Charles […]

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  • Naozumi Ochiai

    1970 - 1970

    Naozumi Ochiai (1970 - 1970)

    Classical Japanese scholar. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Nap Lajoie

    1874 - 1959

    Nap Lajoie (1874 - 1959)

    Napoléon “Nap” Lajoie (/ˈlæʒəweɪ/; September 5, 1874 – February 7, 1959), also known as Larry Lajoie and nicknamed “The Frenchman”, was an American professional baseball second baseman and player-manager. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Athletics (twice), and Cleveland Naps between 1896 and 1916. He managed the Naps from […]

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  • Napoleon Beazley

    1976 - 2002

    Napoleon Beazley (1976 - 2002)

    Napoleon Beazley (August 5, 1976 – May 28, 2002) was a convicted murderer executed by lethal injection by the State of Texas for the murder of 63-year-old Texas businessman John Luttig in 1994. Beazley shot Luttig in his garage on April 19, 1994 in order to steal his family’s Mercedes-Benz car. Beazley also shot at […]

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  • Napoléon Bourassa

    1827 - 1916

    Napoléon Bourassa (1827 - 1916)

    Artist, Author, Teacher. Born in Sainte-Marguerite, Quebec, he had extensive schooling for his time. He studied under the Sulpicians in Montreal for eleven years and took 18 months of private lessons with a painter. Bourassa also spent more than three years in Europe further developing his artistic abilities. Early in his career, he worked primarily […]

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  • Napoleon Hill

    1883 - 1970

    Napoleon Hill (1883 - 1970)

    Author. Born in Pound, Virginia, his mother died when he was very small. His family was very poor so they required him to work to pay his way to attend college.  As a young man he was known as the “Mountain Reporter” for rural newspapers.  He dropped out of college for lack of funds.  He […]

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  • Narcissa Whitman

    1808 - 1847

    Narcissa Whitman (1808 - 1847)

    Religious Figure. She and her husband, Dr. Marcus Whitman, left his medical practice in the East to go West as missionaries under the auspices of the Presbyterian and Congregational boards. They were among the earliest white people to move into the northwest, founding a mission to Native Americans near what is now Walla Walla, Washington. […]

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  • Nat Carr

    1886 - 1944

    Nat Carr (1886 - 1944)

    Actor, Writer. Born in Poltava, Russia, he was a veteran of the silent movie era, appearing in over a hundred films. His credits include “His People” (1925), “April Fool” (1926), “The Jazz Singer” (1927), “The Talk of Hollywood” (1929), “Comet Over Broadway” (1938) and “The Roaring Twenties” (1939). As a writer, his films included “Gunboat […]

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  • Natale Evola

    1907 - 1973

    Natale Evola (1907 - 1973)

    Natale (Joe Diamond) Evola became the Boss of the Bonanno Organized Crime Family after the retirement of Joseph Bonanno and held that position until his death from cancer in 1973. Evola used his influence in the trucking industry to become a major power in the Garment District of New York City. After his death Philip […]

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  • Natalia Goncharova

    1881 - 1962

    Natalia Goncharova (1881 - 1962)

    Painter, Theater Designer. A major figure of Russia’s pre-World War I avant-garde. Born in Negaevo, in the Tula Province, she was a descendant of poet Alexander Pushkin’s wife.  In 1898 she enrolled at the Moscow Art Academy as a sculpture student but switched to painting with the encouragement of artist Mikhail Larionov,  who became her […]

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  • Natalia Pavlovna Wilson Paley

    1905 - 1981

    Natalia Pavlovna Wilson Paley (1905 - 1981)

    Russian Royalty. The first cousin of Tsar Nicholas II, she was the daughter of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich by his second wife Princess Olga Paley. When she was still a young girl she had to escape from Russia due to the Revolution (her father and her brother Vladimir were murdered by the Bolsheviks) and went […]

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  • Natalia Pavlovna Wilson Paley

    1905 - 1981

    Natalia Pavlovna Wilson Paley (1905 - 1981)

    Russian Royalty. The first cousin of Tsar Nicholas II, she was the daughter of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich by his second wife Princess Olga Paley. When she was still a young girl she had to escape from Russia due to the Revolution (her father and her brother Vladimir were murdered by the Bolsheviks) and went […]

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  • Natalie Clifford Barney

    1876 - 1972

    Natalie Clifford Barney (1876 - 1972)

    Poet, Memoirist and Epigrammatist. Her father, Albert Clifford Barney, inherited a railroad fortune, which allowed Natalie to move in the highest social and diplomatic circles. High society and its rigid protocal bored her so she was eager to pursue her own adventures. As a child, she had visited Europe many times, and when she was […]

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  • Natalie Cole

    1950 - 2015

    Natalie Cole (1950 - 2015)

    Natalie Cole Natalie Cole, the award-winning singer and daughter of jazz legend Nat King Cole, has died. Cole, whose hits included This Will Be and Unforgettable, died aged 65 on Thursday night, according to her publicist Maureen O’Connor. Her family said she died at Cedars-Sinai medical centre in Los Angeles due to complications from ongoing […]

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  • Natalie Curtis Burlin

    1875 - 1921

    Natalie Curtis Burlin (1875 - 1921)

    Ethnomusicologist.  Curtis studied at New York’s National Conservatory of Music and in Europe.  After a 1900 trip in which she visited Arizona’s Hopi Indian reservation, she decided to devote herself to collecting and preserving Native American music.  Transcribing lyrics with pencil and paper and recording the songs with an Edison cylinder recorder, her work brought […]

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  • Natalie Kingston

    1905 - 1991

    Natalie Kingston (1905 - 1991)

    Natalie Kingston was born as Natalia Ringstrom in Sonoma County, California, and raised in San Francisco. She was of Spanish and Hungarian descent. She was a great-granddaughter of General Mariano Vallejo, who commanded the army which surrendered California to General John C. Fremont. Her mother was Natalia Haraszthy, granddaughter of Agoston Haraszthy, founder of California’s […]

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  • Natalie Schafer

    1900 - 1991

    Natalie Schafer (1900 - 1991)

    Schafer was born in Red Bank, New Jersey, the eldest child of Jennie Elizabeth (née Tim) and Charles Emanual Schafer. Her family was German Jewish. She began her career as an actress on Broadway before moving to Los Angeles in 1941 to work in films.  Schafer appeared on Broadway in seventeen plays between 1927 and […]

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  • Natalie Talmadge

    1898 - 1969

    Natalie Talmadge (1898 - 1969)

    Talmadge was born in Brooklyn, New York to Margaret L. “Peg” and Frederick O. Talmadge. She was the younger sister of Norma Talmadge and the older sister of Constance Talmadge, both of whom became film actresses.  She appeared in D.W. Griffith’s Intolerance (1916), The Passion Flower (1921) with her sister Norma, and Buster Keaton’s Our […]

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  • Natalie Wood

    1938 - 1981

    Natalie Wood (1938 - 1981)

    Actress. Most remembered for her role of Susan Walker in “Miracle on 34th Street” (1947), a Christmas classic movie. She appeared in over 56 movies for the silver screen and television, and was nominated three times for an Oscar (she never won). She was born Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko, of Russian emigrants in San Francisco, California. […]

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  • Natalio Félix Botana Millares

    1888 - 1941

    Natalio Félix Botana Millares (1888 - 1941)

    Journalist. Born in Montevideo, Uruguay, he was exiliated in Argentina. He was the founder of the newspaper Crítica, which revolutionated the Argentine journalism for his popularity and sensacionalism. He also was the Director of the newspaper between 1913 and 1941. (bio by: 380W) Cause of death: Car accident

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  • Natalya Kustinskaya

    1938 - 2012

    Natalya Kustinskaya (1938 - 2012)

    Actress. A pretty blonde, she will probably be best remembered as a sex kitten from several Soviet comedies of the 1960s. The child of a show business family, she was raised within the theatrical milieu, studied piano at the Gnessin Music School, and trained at the State Institute of Cinematography prior to her silver screen […]

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  • Natasha Jane Richardson

    1963 - 2009

    Natasha Jane Richardson (1963 - 2009)

    British Actress. She is best remembered for her role of Sally Bowles in the Broadway musical “Cabaret” (1998) and as Elizabeth James in the movie “The Parent Trap” (1998). A member of the acting Redgrave family, she was born Natasha Jane Richardson, the daughter of actress Vanessa Redgrave and director/producer Tony Richardson, and niece of […]

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  • Natasha Parry

    1930 - 2015

    Natasha Parry (1930 - 2015)

    Born in London, Natasha Parry was the daughter of the Anglo-Greek film director Gordon Parry and his Russian wife. (Some sources say Gordon Parry was her stepfather.) Parry made her stage debut at age 12 in The Wingless Victory. At 14, she was in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and later she played in Big Ben and […]

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  • Natasha Richardson

    1963 - 2009

    Natasha Richardson (1963 - 2009)

    Natasha Richardson Richardson was born and raised in London, a member of the Redgrave family, known as a theatrical and film acting dynasty. She was the daughter of director and producer Tony Richardson and actress Vanessa Redgrave, granddaughter of actors Sir Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson, sister of Joely Richardson, half-sister of Carlo Gabriel Nero […]

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  • Natasha Shneider

    1956 - 2008

    Natasha Shneider (1956 - 2008)

    Musician, Actress. She was a Moscow-born Hollywood actress, most famous for her role as the young cosmonaut Irina Yakunina in the 1984 film “2010: The Year We Make Contact.” Shneider also acted in the 1986 film, “Spiker”, and had a number of small television roles. She also performed as a musician in a number of […]

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  • Nate Andrews

    1913 - 1991

    Nate Andrews (1913 - 1991)

    Major League Baseball Player. He was a right-handed pitcher with the St.Louis Cardinals, Cleveland Indians, Boston Braves, Cincinnati Reds and New York Giants between 1937 and 1946. His greatest success came in 1943 and 1944 as a starting pitcher with the Boston Braves. In 1943 he won 14 games while losing 20 but had a […]

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  • Nate Champion

    1857 - 1892

    Nate Champion (1857 - 1892)

    The dramatic events of 1892 took place against a background of violent conflict over land use that stretched from 1889 to 1909. Historian Richard Maxwell Brown refers to the events in Wyoming as part of a wider “Western Civil War of Incorporation.” In the early days in Wyoming, most of the land was in the public […]

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