• Eric Nance

    1960 - 2005

    Eric Nance (1960 - 2005)

    On October 11, 1993, 18-year-old Julie Heath was driving on U.S. Highway 270 between Malvern and Hot Springs, Arkansas to visit her boyfriend in Hot Springs. Nance stated that he stopped to help Heath after her car broke down and offered her a ride to Malvern. The prosecution said that Nance then raped and murdered […]

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  • Eric Nenno

    1961 - 2008

    Eric Nenno (1961 - 2008)

    Nicole Benton from Hockley, Texas disappeared on March 23, 1995, during a birthday party organized by and for her father Buddy Benton, a friend and a neighbor of Eric Nenno who lived a few houses down the road of the Bentons. The house where Nenno was residing belonged to the Bentons.  As Buddy was playing […]

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  • Eric Pohlmann

    1913 - 1979

    Eric Pohlmann (1913 - 1979)

    Born Erich Pollak in Vienna, Austria-Hungary, Eric Pohlmann was a classically trained actor who studied under the renowned director Max Reinhardt. He appeared at the Raimund Theater, and supplemented his income by working as an entertainer in a bar. In 1939, he followed his fiancée and later wife, Jewish actress Lieselotte Goettinger (best known in the […]

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  • Eric Thomas Andolsek

    1966 - 1992

    Eric Thomas Andolsek (1966 - 1992)

    Professional Football Player. Played with the Detroit Lions as a lineman. He was killed when a truck went off the road and ran over him as he was working in his yard. (bio by: Joel Manuel)  Family links:  Parents:  Mary Jacqueline Levert Andolsek (1938 – 2011)

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  • Eric Voegelin

    1901 - 1985

    Eric Voegelin (1901 - 1985)

    Eric Voegelin worked throughout his life to account for the endemic political violence of the twentieth century, in an effort variously referred to as a philosophy of politics, history, or consciousness. In Voegelin’s Weltanschauung, he “blamed a flawed utopian interpretation of Christianity for spawning totalitarian movements like Nazism and Communism.” Voegelin eschewed any ideological labels […]

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  • Erica Green

    1997 - 2001

    Erica Green (1997 - 2001)

    Erica Michelle Marie Green (May 15, 1997 – April 28, 2001) was a three-year-old murder victim discovered on April 28, 2001, in Kansas City, Missouri, who remained unidentified (and known as Precious Doe) until May 5, 2005. The girl had been murdered and decapitated (between 12 and 48 hours prior to discovery). The body was […]

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  • Erich Arendt

    1903 - 1984

    Erich Arendt (1903 - 1984)

    Poet. Born in Neuruppin to a schoolmaster and washerwoman, he obtained his Abitur and began to study art at a teachers college in Neuruppin. His first poems were published in 1925. He joined the Communist Party in 1926 and became a teacher in Berlin. In 1933, due to his Communist politics and a half-Jewish wife, […]

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  • Erich Hallhuber

    1951 - 2003

    Erich Hallhuber (1951 - 2003)

    Actor. He played  ‘Judge Richter Wunder’ in the popular 1990s German television series “Cafe Meineid.” (bio by: JSesto)

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  • Erich Zeisl

    1905 - 1959

    Erich Zeisl (1905 - 1959)

    Born to a middle class Jewish family in Vienna, Erich Zeisl was the son of Kamilla (Feitler) and Siegmund Zeisl. His musical precocity enabled him to gain a place at the Vienna State Academy (against the wishes of his family) when he was 14, at which age his first song was published. While there, he […]

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  • Erik Balling

    1924 - 2005

    Erik Balling (1924 - 2005)

    Film director. Successful and popular director born at Nyborg, Denmark, who worked his way up in the film studios before making his début as a director in 1952. This was the first of his 40 feature films, one of which, “Qivitoq” from 1956, was nominated for an Oscar in the category “Best foreign language film”. […]

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  • Erik Blegvad

    1923 - 2014

    Erik Blegvad (1923 - 2014)

    Literary illustrator. Mr Blegvad began illustrating books when he immigrated to the United States in 1951, and illustrated over 100 children’s books, some of which are “Bedknob and Broomstick,” which may be his most famous, “This Little Pig-a-Wig and Other Rhymes About Pigs,” which was named one of the best illustrated children’s books of the […]

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  • Erik Höglund

    1932 - 1998

    Erik Höglund (1932 - 1998)

    Acclaimed Glass Artist, Painter, Sculptor. For many years cooperating with famous glassworks Boda of Sweden, where he made many of his appreciated works, as well as famous designs. His glass works made international recognition and besides his pieces of art, he also made some 150 public adornments, in Sweden and abroad. His works are concidered […]

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  • Erika Mann

    1905 - 1969

    Erika Mann (1905 - 1969)

    Actress, Author. The oldest daughter of famed author Thomas Mann, she became a “thorn in the side” of the Third Reich with her activities. She was born in Munich, Germany where her and her brother, Klaus Mann, had a successful career in the theater including the opening of the cabaret show Die Pfeffermühle (The Peppermill). […]

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  • Erin Moran

    1960 - 2017

    Erin Moran (1960 - 2017)

    Erin Moran’s first acting role was at the age of five, in a television commercial for First Federal Bank. At the age of six, she was cast as Jenny Jones in the television series Daktari, which ran from 1966 to 1969. She made her feature-film debut in How Sweet It Is! (1968) with Debbie Reynolds, […]

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  • Erin O’Kelly

    1917 - 1997

    Erin O’Kelly (1917 - 1997)

    She was a supporting player in several films, including ‘The Harvey Girls’ and ‘Andy Hardy Goes to College’. (bio by:  Doeadear) Cause of death: cancer

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  • Erland Josephson

    1923 - 2012

    Erland Josephson (1923 - 2012)

    Erland Josephson (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈæːɭand ˈʝuːsɛfsɔn]; 15 June 1923 – 25 February 2012) was a Swedish actor and author. Erland Josephson was best known by international audiences for his work in films directed by Ingmar Bergman, Andrei Tarkovsky and Theodoros Angelopoulos. Erland Josephson was born on the island of Kungsholmen, in Stockholm, Sweden, as the son […]

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  • Erle Jolson Krasna

    1922 - 2004

    Erle Jolson Krasna (1922 - 2004)

    Former Actress. Widow of singer Al Jolson and later of screenwriter and producer Norman Krasna. She appeared in several minor film roles before marrying Al Jolson in 1945.  (bio by: Laurie)  Family links:  Parents:  Edwin Forrest Galbraith (1879 – 1968)  Erle Chenault Galbraith (1878 – 1957)  Spouses:  Al Jolson (1886 – 1950)*  Norman Krasna (1909 […]

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  • Erle Palmar Halliburton

    1891 - 1957

    Erle Palmar Halliburton (1891 - 1957)

    Businessman. He established the New Method Oil Well Cementing Company in Oklahoma in 1919, a business that would become known as the Halliburton Company after 1960. He also designed the aluminum suitcases which are now manufactured by Zero Halliburton. He was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 1957. (bio by: Jeff Janssen)  Family […]

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  • Erma Bombeck

    1927 - 1996

    Erma Bombeck (1927 - 1996)

    Newspaper Columnist. For three decades she chronicled life’s absurdities in a syndicated column carried by hundreds of newspapers.  She was born Erma Louise Fiste in Dayton, Ohio to a father who was a city crane operator.  At age fifteen, she was hired by the Dayton Herald as a copygirl.  Shirley Temple came to Dayton premiering […]

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  • Ernest Alexander

    1870 - 1934

    Ernest Alexander (1870 - 1934)

    Major General Ernest Wright Alexander VC CB CMG (2 October 1870 – 25 August 1934) was by birth an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.  Alexander was trained at the Royal Military […]

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  • Ernest Alfred Benians

    1880 - 1970

    Ernest Alfred Benians (1880 - 1970)

    Historian, Master of St. John’s College, 1933-1952 (bio by: David Conway)

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  • Ernest Benn

    1875 - 1954

    Ernest Benn (1875 - 1954)

    Ernest Benn was born in Oxted, Surrey. He attended the Central Foundation Boys’ School As a civil servant in the Ministry of Munitions and Reconstruction during the First World War he came to believe in the benefits of state intervention in the economy. In the mid-1920s, however, he changed his mind and adopted “the principles of […]

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  • Ernest Benn

    1875 - 1954

    Ernest Benn (1875 - 1954)

    Author.  He served as a civil servant in the Ministry of Munitions and Reconstruction during World War I when he became convinced of the benefits of state intervention in economics. His views altered in the 1920s when he became a follower of classical liberalism. He was the author of more than twenty books and many […]

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  • Ernest Borgnine

    1917 - 2012

    Ernest Borgnine (1917 - 2012)

    Ernest Borgnine Film and television actor Ernest Borgnine, who won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a lovelorn butcher in 1955’s “Marty,” has died at age 95, his manager said Sunday. The thick-set, gap-toothed Borgnine built a reputation for playing heavies in early films like “From Here to Eternity” and “Bad Day at Black […]

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  • Ernest C. Moore

    1871 - 1955

    Ernest C. Moore (1871 - 1955)

    First provost of the University of California, Los Angeles (1919-1936). Namesake of ‘Moore Hall’ at UCLA. Later, president of the University of California (UC Berkley). (bio by: A.J. Marik)  Family links:  Spouse:  Dorothea Rhoades Moore (1857 – 1942)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Ernest C. Quigley

    1970 - 1970

    Ernest C. Quigley (1970 - 1970)

    Major League Umpire, Basketball Referee, Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. He graduated from the University of Kansas and from 1903 to 1912 was coach and then Atheletic Director at Saint Mary’s College in Kansas. During his 40-year career, he officiated at over 14,000 games to include four NCAA tournaments, three Rose Bowls and […]

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  • Ernest Clark

    1912 - 1994

    Ernest Clark (1912 - 1994)

    Clark was the son of a master builder in Maida Vale, and was educated nearby at St Marylebone Grammar School. After leaving school he became a reporter on a local newspaper in Croydon. He had always wanted to be an actor and when offered a job with the local rep, he took it and apart […]

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  • Ernest Evers

    1874 - 1945

    Ernest Evers (1874 - 1945)

    Film Actor. He appeared in the films “The Victim” (1915), “A Game Of Life” (1914), and “The Jungle” (1914). (bio by: K)  Family links:  Parents:  Volney Cicero Evers (1849 – 1919)  Landrah Arabell Evers (1855 – 1888)  Children:  King W. Evers (1914 – 1988)*  Siblings:  Ernest Evers (1874 – 1945)  Volney Page Evers (1890 – […]

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  • Ernest Gallo

    1909 - 2007

    Ernest Gallo (1909 - 2007)

    Businessman. He was the patriarch of the family-owned Ernest and Julio Gallo Winery in Modesto, California. The company is the largest winemaker in the world, and the producer of several popular brands including Carlo Rossi wines and Bartles and Jaymes wine coolers.  Family links:  Parents:  Joseph Gallo (1883 – 1933)  Assunta Bianco Gallo (1887 – […]

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  • Ernest George

    1839 - 1970

    Ernest George (1839 - 1970)

    Sir Ernest George R.A. Noted architect whose work included Grimsdyke, London as well as the buildings at Golders Green Crematorium. (bio by: Kieran Smith)

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