• Nate Dogg

    1969 - 2011

    Nate Dogg (1969 - 2011)

    Nate Dogg was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi on August 19, 1969. He moved to Long Beach, California when he was 14, following his parents’ divorce. He was friends with rappers Warren G, RBX, and Daz Dillinger and cousin of Butch Cassidy, Snoop Dogg, and Lil’ ½ Dead. He began singing as a child in the […]

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  • Nate Saint

    1923 - 1956

    Nate Saint (1923 - 1956)

    Nate Saint (August 30, 1923 – January 8, 1956) was an evangelical Christian missionary pilot to Ecuador who, along with four others, was killed while attempting to evangelize the Huaorani people through efforts known as Operation Auca. Nate Saint was born in 1923. When he was seven he took his first plane ride with his brother […]

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  • Nathan Appleton

    1779 - 1861

    Nathan Appleton (1779 - 1861)

    Appleton was born in New Ipswich, New Hampshire, the son of Isaac Appleton and his wife Mary Adams. Appleton’s father was a church deacon, and Nathan was brought up in the “strictest form of Calvinistic Congregationalism.” He was educated in the New Ipswich Academy. He then entered Dartmouth College in 1794, however, that same year […]

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  • Nathan Caplin

    1891 - 1923

    Nathan Caplin (1891 - 1923)

    Nathan Caplin One of seven children, Kaplan was born in New York’s Lower East Side on August 3, 1891. Kaplan began committing petty theft at an early age and later becoming a skilled sneak thief and pushcart extortionist, later becoming known for his skill with the “drop swindle“. He was originally a member of the […]

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  • Nathan Clifford

    1803 - 1881

    Nathan Clifford (1803 - 1881)

    Clifford was born of old Yankee stock in Rumney, New Hampshire, to farmers, the only son of seven children (His great-great-grandmother, Ann Smith, wife of Israel Clifford, was an accuser of Goody Cole in 1672, at the age of 10.) He attended the public schools of that town, then the Haverhill Academy in New Hampshire, […]

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  • Nathan Cook

    1950 - 1988

    Nathan Cook (1950 - 1988)

    Nathan Earl Cook (April 9, 1950 – June 11, 1988) was an American actor. His eldest brother, Edward Cook (born December 22, 1947, died 1995) was a ballet dancer and choreographer in Europe. Nathan Cook was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After graduation from Penn State University, he was hired as a member of the repertory company […]

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  • Nathan Handwerker

    1892 - 1974

    Nathan Handwerker (1892 - 1974)

    Entrepreneur. Founder of fast food chain Nathan’s Famous which started in Coney Island, New York. (bio by: BKGenie)  Family links:  Spouse:  Ida Greenwald Handwerker (1897 – 1976)  Children:  Leah Handwerker Sternshein (1920 – 1998)*  Murray Handwerker (1921 – 2011)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Nathan J. Blumberg

    1894 - 1960

    Nathan J. Blumberg (1894 - 1960)

    Motion Picture Executive. Born in New York City, Blumberg was an adviser with the CBS Broadcast group when Universal Pictures owner Carl Laemmle hired him to head the studio’s management and finance departments in the mid-1930s. With his leadership and guidance for production manager Cliff Work, he made Universal Pictures a first run market with […]

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  • Nathan Jung

    1946 - 2021

    Nathan Jung (1946 - 2021)

    Nathan Jung Jung died on April 24, his close friend and attorney, Timothy Tau, confirmed to Variety. The cause of death has not been disclosed. Jung kicked off his acting career in 1969 with his role as Ghengis Khan in “The Savage Curtain” episode of “Star Trek: The Original Series.” From there, taking advantage of his […]

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  • Nathan Juran

    1907 - 2002

    Nathan Juran (1907 - 2002)

    Juran was born to a Jewish family in Gura Humorului, Romania. In 1912, he immigrated to America with his family, settling in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Minnesota. He also spent a summer studying at the École des Beaux-Arts before earning a master’s degree in Architecture from […]

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  • Nathan Mayer Rothschild

    1840 - 1915

    Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1840 - 1915)

    Financier, British Statesman. He became the head of the London branch of the Rothschild banking family, being the great-grandson of family dynasty founder Mayer Amschel Rothschild. He inherited the family baronetcy from his uncle, and became the first Jewish member of Great Britain’s House of Lords.  Family links:  Parents:  Lionel Nathan de Rothschild (1808 – […]

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  • Nathan S. Ancell

    1908 - 1999

    Nathan S. Ancell (1908 - 1999)

    Businessman. Born Nathan Ancelowitz, he co-founded the Ethan Allen Furniture Company with his brother-in-law, Thoedore Baumritter. In 1932, the two started a housewares company. They purchased a bankrupt furniture manufacturer in Vermont, and in 1939 introduced an early-American line of furniture under the name Ethan Allen. It became their biggest seller and they changed the […]

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  • Nathaniel Benchley

    1915 - 1981

    Nathaniel Benchley (1915 - 1981)

    Born in Newton, Massachusetts to a literary family, Nathaniel Benchley was the son of Gertrude Darling and Robert Benchley (1889–1945), the noted American writer, humorist, critic, actor, and one of the founders of the Algonquin Round Table in New York City. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor and […]

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  • Nathaniel C. Goodwin

    1857 - 1919

    Nathaniel C. Goodwin (1857 - 1919)

    Actor. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, he began his career as a vaudevillian and made his debut at the New York Lyceum in 1876. By the late 1880s, his talent as a comedian began to be recognized and he started performing in a series of plays all across the country with many popular actors of the […]

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  • Nathaniel Currier

    1813 - 1888

    Nathaniel Currier (1813 - 1888)

    Artist.  Born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, to Nathaniel and Hannah Currier. He attended public school until age fifteen, when he was apprenticed to the Boston printing firm of William and John Pendleton. The Pendletons were the first successful lithographers in the United States, lithography having only recently been invented in Europe, and Currier learned the process […]

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  • Nathaniel Dryden

    1849 - 1924

    Nathaniel Dryden (1849 - 1924)

    American Architect. Dryden, who was a self-taught architect, married Helen Brand, who was the sister of the railroad tycoon/real estate developer/banker, Leslie Brand. In 1893, he designed the Orson Thomas Johnson Office and Retail Building on Spring Street in Downtown Los Angeles. In 1903, he designed ‘Ard Eevin’, a private residence in Glendale, which is […]

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  • Nathaniel Pendleton

    1756 - 1821

    Nathaniel Pendleton (1756 - 1821)

    Jurist, Attorney General of Georgia. Joined the Revolutionary Army in 1775 and he was promoted to brevet-major and served as aide-de-camp to General Nathaniel Greene. For his service at Eutaw Springs, South Carolina, he received on September 8, 1781, the thanks of Congress. After the war he studied law in Georgia and was appointed U.S. […]

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  • Native Dancer

    1950 - 1967

    Native Dancer (1950 - 1967)

    Race Horse.  Native Dancer, a thoroughbred race horse nicknamed the Gray Ghost because of his color, was the first horse to gain fame through the medium of television. Born at Scott Farm near Lexington, Kentucky, he was owned by Alfred G. Vanderbilt II. In his first season of racing Native Dancer won all nine races […]

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  • Native Diver

    1959 - 1967

    Native Diver (1959 - 1967)

    Famed California Racehorse. Native Diver will always be remembered by racing fans for winning three straight Hollywood Gold Cups from 1965 to 1967, running faster each time as he got older. Through 81 starts and 37 victories, the stable banked $1 million dollars in earnings, the first California horse to accomplish this feat. At the […]

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  • Natividad Vacio

    1912 - 1996

    Natividad Vacio (1912 - 1996)

    His debut came in a 1950 episode of The Lone Ranger called “Dead Man’s Chest”. He was featured in The Hitch-Hiker (1953), a film noir directed by Ida Lupino. Many of his roles were in Westerns, although he had a diverse career. For example, in 1957 he played a character called “Fronk” who was the […]

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  • Naunton Wayne

    1901 - 1970

    Naunton Wayne (1901 - 1970)

    Naunton Wayne (22 June 1901 – 17 November 1970), was a British character actor, born Henry Wayne Davies in Llanwonno, Glamorgan, Wales. He was educated at Clifton College. His first London stage roles were in Streamline at the Palace in 1934 and in 1066 and All That at the Strand in 1935 (where he provided comic […]

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  • Nawaf al-Hazmi

    1976 - 2001

    Nawaf al-Hazmi (1976 - 2001)

    Nawaf Muhammed Salim al-Hazmi (Arabic: نواف الحازمي‎‎, Nawāf al-Ḥāzmī; also known as Rabia al-Makki) (August 9, 1976 – September 11, 2001) was a one of five hijackers of American Airlines Flight 77, which they crashed into the Pentagon as part of the September 11 attacks in the United States. Nawaf al-Hazmi and a longtime friend, Khalid […]

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  • Nazario Moreno González

    1970 - 2014

    Nazario Moreno González (1970 - 2014)

    Moreno González was born in the ranchería of Guanajuatillo in Apatzingán, Michoacán, Mexico at around 5:00 a.m. on 8 March 1970. There are few details of Moreno González’s upbringing, but religion may have played an important role in his early life. His parents had 13 children (including Moreno González). His father Manuel Moreno was reportedly […]

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  • Neal Cassady

    1926 - 1968

    Neal Cassady (1926 - 1968)

    Cassady was born to Maude Jean (Scheuer) and Neal Marshall Cassady in Salt Lake City, Utah. His mother died when he was ten, and he was raised by his alcoholic father in Denver, Colorado. Cassady spent much of his youth either living on the streets of skid row with his father or in reform school. […]

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  • Neal Dodd

    1879 - 1966

    Neal Dodd (1879 - 1966)

    Reverend and Actor. He entered cinema in the 1920s. He appeared as a minister in more than forty films. Among them are “It Happened One Night” (1934), “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” (1939), “Four Wives” (1939), “Marriage is a Private Affair” (1944), “The Stranger” (1946), “The Killers” (1946), “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” (1947) […]

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  • Neale Clark

    1945 - 2004

    Neale Clark (1945 - 2004)

    Actor. He appeared in the films, “Matewan” (1987), “Invasion Of The Space Preachers” (1990), and “Paradise Park” (1991). Cause of death: Cancer

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  • Ned Buntline

    1821 - 1886

    Ned Buntline (1821 - 1886)

    American publisher, journalist and writer. Best known for his dime novels and the Colt Buntline Special he invented. Born Edward Zane Carroll Judson in Harpersfield near Stamford, New York, he moved with his family to Pennsylvania at age 8 and by age 12 had run away from home. Passionate about travel and writing; one of […]

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  • Ned Dandy

    1888 - 1948

    Ned Dandy (1888 - 1948)

    Noted Hollywood Screenwriter. He wrote several popular motion pictures, among them “Mandrake the Magician” (1939), “The Shadow” (1940), and “Laugh Your Blues Away.” (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Ned Glass

    1906 - 1984

    Ned Glass (1906 - 1984)

    Actor. He was born in Poland and died in Encino, California. He began his career in 1938. In the 1950s, after being blacklisted he worked as a carpenter. He is best known fos his films “Charade” (1963), “Kid Galahad” (1962), “West Side Story” (1961), “The Fortune Cookie” (1966) and “Save the Tiger” (1973). (bio by: […]

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  • Nedra Volz

    1908 - 2003

    Nedra Volz (1908 - 2003)

    Nedra Volz Born in Montrose, Iowa, she began her career in the family tent show, and appeared in vaudeville as a toddler (called “Baby Nedra”). In the early 1930s, Volz was featured vocalist with Cato’s Vagabonds, a Des Moines, Iowa, big band that briefly enjoyed national popularity. Cato never made records, but Nedra managed to […]

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