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  • Johannes Ciconia

    1970 - 1412

    Johannes Ciconia (1970 - 1412)

    Composer, Theorist. An important figure in music’s transition from the Medieval to Renaissance periods. Belgian by birth, he spent most of his life in Italy and his surviving output blends Franco-Flemish and Italian inflences. This was a step in the growing “internationalism” that had its first great synthesis under Guillaume Dufay. Ciconia was born in […]

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  • Johannes Cuspinian

    1970 - 1529

    Johannes Cuspinian (1970 - 1529)

    Humanist, poet, and counsellor of the Emperor Maximilian, who made him curator of the University in vienna. The monument shows him with his two wives and eight children. (bio by: David Conway)

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  • Jóhannes Sveinsson Kjarval

    1885 - 1972

    Jóhannes Sveinsson Kjarval (1885 - 1972)

    Painter. Considered one of the outstanding Icelandic painters,  his most important works portray the nature of his country. After working as a sailor in his youth, he came to Denmark to study at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts from 1914 to 1918. The following years he travelled around Scandinavia and Italy before settling in […]

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  • John “Big John” Hamilton

    1916 - 1984

    John “Big John” Hamilton (1916 - 1984)

    Actor. He appeared in films and TV shows such as Gunsmoke (TV series), The Alamo (1960) as one of Bowie’s men, Bonanza (TV series), McLintock! (1963), Bandolero! (1968), The Undefeated (1969), and The Sugarland Express (1974). (bio by: gordonphilbin)

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  • John “Jack” Loeks

    1919 - 2004

    John “Jack” Loeks (1919 - 2004)

    Businessman. Founder and president of the Jack Loeks Theatres chain. (bio by: Butterfly)

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  • John “Maximum John” Sirica

    1904 - 1992

    John “Maximum John” Sirica (1904 - 1992)

    Jurist. He is best remembered as the judge who presided over the Watergate trial that occurred in the 1970s, in which he ordered President Richard Nixon to turn over his recordings of White House conversations pertaining to the case, that ultimately led to his resignation from office on August 9, 1974. He was born John […]

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  • John A Cash

    1936 - 1998

    John A Cash (1936 - 1998)

    United States Army Officer, Author. Born in Atlantic City, New Jersey, he was a career US Army officer and historian. After he graduated with master’s degree in history from Rutgers University, he was commissioned a intelligence office in the US Army. In the early 1960s, he trained Cuban nationals for the abortive Bay of Pigs […]

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  • John A. Beattie

    1926 - 1997

    John A. Beattie (1926 - 1997)

    Actor. American stage and motion picture figure. Veteran Air Force pilot. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • John Abbott

    1905 - 1996

    John Abbott (1905 - 1996)

    John Kefford (5 June 1905 – 24 May 1996) was an English character actor professionally known as John Abbott. His memorable roles include the invalid Frederick Fairlie in the 1948 film The Woman in White and the pacifist Ayelborne in the Star Trek episode “Errand of Mercy”. He also played Sesmar on an episode of […]

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  • John Abel

    1970 - 1970

    John Abel (1970 - 1970)

    Architect. He rose to prominence in 17th Century England, and served as King’s Carpenter to English monarch King Charles I. John Abel was born in Sarnesfield, Herefordshire. He was a Catholic recusant, along with his wife Johanna. John married twice, but there is no record of his second wife except on his table tomb in […]

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  • John Abercrombie

    1944 - 2017

    John Abercrombie (1944 - 2017)

    John Abercrombie graduated from Berklee in 1967 and briefly attended North Texas State University before moving to New York in 1969. He quickly became one of the “most in-demand session players,” recording with Gil Evans in 1974, Gato Barbieri in 1971, and Barry Miles in 1972 among others. In 1969, he joined Dreams, one of […]

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  • John Abineri

    1928 - 2000

    John Abineri (1928 - 2000)

    Actor. Appeared three times in the “Doctor Who” British Science Fiction series.  Appeared as Ranquin in “The Power of Kroll” (1978), as Richard Railton in “Death to the Daleks” (1974), and as General Carrington in “The Ambassadors of Death” (1970).

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  • John Adams

    1735 - 1826

    John Adams (1735 - 1826)

    John Adams Adams, the eldest of three sons, was born on October 30, 1735 (October 19, 1735 Old Style, Julian calendar), in what is now Quincy, Massachusetts (then called the “north precinct” of Braintree, Massachusetts), to John Adams, Sr., and Susanna Boylston Adams. Adams’s birthplace is now part of Adams National Historical Park. His father […]

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  • John Adams Elder

    1833 - 1895

    John Adams Elder (1833 - 1895)

    Civil War Artist.  He won an academy prize at the famous art school in Dusseldorf, Germany.  Instead of using part of his prize which was a trip to Rome, he returned to Fredericksburg to paint in a one-room studio at the old Exchange Hotel.  The hotel later burned to the ground and he operated elsewhere. […]

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  • John Agar

    1921 - 2002

    John Agar (1921 - 2002)

    Agar was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Lillian (née Rogers) and John Agar, Sr., a meat packer. He was educated at the Harvard School for Boys in Chicago and Lake Forest Academy in Lake Forest, Illinois. He graduated from Trinity-Pawling Preparatory School in Pawling, New York, but did not attend college. He and […]

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  • John Albert Cockerill

    1845 - 1896

    John Albert Cockerill (1845 - 1896)

    Cockerill was a journalist who served in the Civil War as a drummer boy when he was just 15 years old. He worked for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as the editor. In one editorial he criticized the conduct of James Overton Broadhead of the law firm of Broadhead, Slayback & Haeussler. Nine years after the […]

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  • John Alderman

    1934 - 1987

    John Alderman (1934 - 1987)

    Actor. He appeared in the theater, in motion pictures, and on television in an acting career that spanned from the 1950s to the 1980s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)  Family links:  Parents:  Bernard L. Alderman (1905 – 1955)  Gertrude Fitzer Alderman (1901 – 1990)

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  • John Alexander

    1897 - 1982

    John Alexander (1897 - 1982)

    Actor. Born in Newport, Kentucky, he began his career young, making his New York City theater debut in 1902 in “The Children of Kings” which ran for less than a year. He worked his way up through the chorus and walk on roles and appeared in his first name role, ‘Jump Steady’, in the Broadway […]

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  • John Allyn Berryman

    1914 - 1972

    John Allyn Berryman (1914 - 1972)

    American Confessional Poet, Pulitzer Prize Winner. He is best known for his poetic works “The Dream Songs,” which often revolved around the sordid details of his personal problems. Born John Allyn Smith in McAlester, Oklahoma, his father was a banker and his mother a schoolteacher. When he was 10, his family moved to Tampa, Florida, […]

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  • John Amery

    1912 - 1945

    John Amery (1912 - 1945)

    British Traitor.  John Amery was the son of British politician Leo Amery. He went to Harrow school before going into business and became bankrupt by 1936, aged twenty four. In october 1936 he went to Spain working on the side of General Franco’s fascists. He then moved to France where, in 1941, he was recruited […]

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  • John Amery

    1912 - 1945

    John Amery (1912 - 1945)

    British Traitor.  John Amery was the son of British politician Leo Amery. He went to Harrow school before going into business and became bankrupt by 1936, aged twenty four. In october 1936 he went to Spain working on the side of General Franco’s fascists. He then moved to France where, in 1941, he was recruited […]

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  • John Anderson

    1922 - 1992

    John Anderson (1922 - 1992)

    Actor. Born in Clayton, Illinois, he was a brilliant character performer best remembered for his role as a snooping used-car salesman in Alfred Hitchcock’s film, “Psycho”(1960). He began his acting career on the Mississippi River showboat Goldenrod and made his debut in the Broadway show “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” in the 1940s. His […]

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  • John Andrew Franklin, Jr

    1912 - 1990

    John Andrew Franklin, Jr (1912 - 1990)

    Stage actor, musician, and writer.

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  • John Anthony Bellairs

    1938 - 1991

    John Anthony Bellairs (1938 - 1991)

    John Anthony Bellairs (January 17, 1938 – March 8, 1991) was an American author, best known for his fantasy novel The Face in the Frost and many gothic mystery novels for young adults featuring the characters Lewis Barnavelt, Anthony Monday, and Johnny Dixon. After earning degrees at University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago, […]

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  • John Archer

    1915 - 1999

    John Archer (1915 - 1999)

    American Actor. He was born Ralph Bowman in Osceola, Nebraska, the son of Eunice Melba (née Crawford) and Joseph Emmett Bowman. Archer moved to California at the age of five. He attended Hollywood High School and the University of Southern California, where he studied cinematography, expecting work behind the camera. When finding work in the […]

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  • John Archibald Campbell

    1811 - 1889

    John Archibald Campbell (1811 - 1889)

    Campbell was born near Washington, Georgia, to Col. Duncan Greene Campbell (for whom the now-defunct Campbell County, Georgia was named). Considered a child prodigy, he graduated from the University of Georgia in 1825 at the age of 14, and immediately enrolled at the United States Military Academy for three years and would have graduated in […]

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  • John Arledge

    1907 - 1947

    John Arledge (1907 - 1947)

    Actor. Born Johnson Lundy Arledge, he performed in vaudeville and on stage, making his big screen debut in “King of Jazz” (1930). A veteran of nearly fifty films, his credits included “Heart Break” (1931),”County Fair” (1937), “Gone With the Wind” (1939), “The Grapes of Wrath” (1940), “Ski Patrol” (1940), “Cheers for Miss Bishop” (1941) and […]

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  • John Ashley

    1934 - 1997

    John Ashley (1934 - 1997)

    Born John Atchley, John Ashley was reared in Oklahoma and attended Will Rogers High School in Tulsa and Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, where he studied a BA in Economics. While a student, Ashley visited a friend in California and accompanied him to the set of The Conqueror (1956). He was seen by John Wayne […]

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  • John Aspinwall Roosevelt

    1916 - 1981

    John Aspinwall Roosevelt (1916 - 1981)

    After the war, John Aspinwall Roosevelt pursued a business career in California as the Regional Merchandising Manager for Grayson & Robertson Stores in Los Angeles. In 1953, he became a partner in a Beverly Hills financial company but left shortly thereafter to take up residence in the family compound in Hyde Park. Unlike his siblings, Roosevelt […]

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  • John Avery McIlhenny

    1867 - 1942

    John Avery McIlhenny (1867 - 1942)

    Businessman, Soldier, Politician. He was the son of Tabasco brand pepper sauce inventor Edmund McIlhenny and after his father’s death in 1890, he oversaw the business operations with his mother. With the outbreak of the Spanish-American War, he joined the First Volunteer Cavalry of the United States Army, the celebrated Rough Riders on May 19, […]

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