• Generoso Pope, Sr

    1891 - 1950

    Generoso Pope, Sr (1891 - 1950)

    Generoso Pope, Sr., was the owner and publisher of the newspaper IL Progresso Italo-Americano. Mr. Pope purchased IL Progresso in 1928 and built it into the largest Italian language newspaper in the United States. He died on April 28,1950. After Mr. Pope’s death his son GenerosoJr. became IL Progresso’s publisher. Generoso, Jr., who was also […]

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  • Genevieve Tobin

    1899 - 1995

    Genevieve Tobin (1899 - 1995)

    Actress. Contrary to a popular belief that Genevieve Tobin was born in Dublin, Ireland, her New York City birth is conclusively proven by her legal birth certificate – Number 46157 – of November 29, 1899. Furthermore, in the 1905 New York State Census and 1910 United States Census, only her father, Thomas Tobin, a bank […]

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  • Gentaro Nakajima

    1970 - 1970

    Gentaro Nakajima (1970 - 1970)

    A son of Chukuhei Nakajima and author, Gentaro Nakajima was serving as Japan’s Minister of Education at the time of his death. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Gentatsu Hamada

    1970 - 1970

    Gentatsu Hamada (1970 - 1970)

    Medical scholar, specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Geoff Astle

    1942 - 2002

    Geoff Astle (1942 - 2002)

    English Footbal/Soccer Player. Played League football with Notts County, West Bromwich Albion and represented England five times. Became West Broms greatest player, playing 361 games and scoring 174 goals. Known for his miss against Brazil in the 1970 World Cup Finals. He also scored in every round of West Broms 1968 F.A. Cup winning season. […]

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  • Geoff Brewer

    1958 - 1989

    Geoff Brewer (1958 - 1989)

    Actor and stuntman in several films of the 1980s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Geoffrey Beene

    1924 - 2004

    Geoffrey Beene (1924 - 2004)

    Fashion Designer. Born in Haynesville, Louisiana, he was a graduate of Haynesville High School. He entered Tulane University in 1941 in Pre-Med, as was common in his family. In 1945 he decided Medicine was not for him and he moved to New York. He began to study at the Traphagen School of Fashion in New […]

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  • Geoffrey Chaucer

    1970 - 1400

    Geoffrey Chaucer (1970 - 1400)

    Poet. He was an English literary most noted as the best poet of the Middle Ages. Educated at St. Paul’s Cathedral School, he became acquainted with the influential writing of Virgil and Ovid. During his lifetime as an author, his most acclaimed book work was “The Canterbury Tales”, a collection of stories and poems. Many […]

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  • Geoffrey Keen

    1916 - 2005

    Geoffrey Keen (1916 - 2005)

    Actor. London born the son of prominent stage actor Malcolm Keen, he proved his talent when he won the Gold Medal at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. On stage from 1932 and in films from 1946, he acted as the premiere purveyor cold-edged corporate type. Of all his roles, he is most identified for […]

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  • Geoffrey Parsons

    1929 - 1995

    Geoffrey Parsons (1929 - 1995)

    Geoffrey Parsons was born in the Sydney suburb of Ashfield, to a working-class family. He had two older brothers and a large extended family. He originally intended to study architecture, but his love of music prevailed. He studied with Winifred Burston (a student of Ferruccio Busoni) at the NSW State Conservatorium of Music from 1941 […]

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  • Georg Brandes

    1842 - 1927

    Georg Brandes (1842 - 1927)

    Biographer, wrote biographies about Goethe and Kierkegaard.

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  • Georg Buchner

    1813 - 1837

    Georg Buchner (1813 - 1837)

    Playwright.  Although Georg Buchner died at the age of 23,  leaving only three plays and an unfinished novella,  his influence has vastly execeeded his slender output.  He has been hailed as a forerunner of such literary movements as Naturalism,  Metaphysical Symbolism,  Expressionism,  the Epic Theatre of Bertolt Brecht,  and the Theatre of the Absurd. His […]

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  • George Hackathorne

    1896 - 1940

    George Hackathorne (1896 - 1940)

    Actor. Entered movies in 1916 and played Sid Sawyer in “Tom Sawyer” and “Huck and Tom,” 1917 and 1918 respectively, at the request of Mary Pickford. He went on to play minor roles in a number of films but did not fare too well with the coming of sound. His last film role was that […]

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  • George “Little George” Amick

    1924 - 1959

    George “Little George” Amick (1924 - 1959)

    Auto Race Car Driver. Surviving the multi-car crash on the first lap of the 1958 Indianapolis 500, “Little George” drove the Demler Special #99 to a second place finish, earning him Rookie of the Year honors. On April 4, 1959 the United States Auto Club (USAC) conducted it’s first and only race on the newly […]

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  • George A. Miller

    1920 - 2012

    George A. Miller (1920 - 2012)

    Miller was born on February 3, 1920, in Charleston, West Virginia, the son of an executive at a steel company, George E. Miller, and Florence (Armitage) Miller. Soon after, his parents divorced. He grew up with only his mother during the Great Depression, attended public school, and graduated from Charleston High School in 1937. He […]

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  • George A. Romero

    1940 - 2017

    George A. Romero (1940 - 2017)

    George A. Romero was born in the New York City borough of the Bronx, to a Cuban-born father and a Lithuanian American mother. His father has been reported as born in A Coruña, with his family coming from the Galician town of Neda, although Romero once described his father as of Castilian descent. His father […]

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  • George Abbott

    1887 - 1995

    George Abbott (1887 - 1995)

    George Abbott was born in Forestville, New York to George Burwell Abbott (May 1858 Erie County, New York – February 4, 1942 Hamburg, New York) and Hannah May McLaury (1869 – June 20, 1940 Hamburg, New York). He later moved to the town of Salamanca, which twice elected his father mayor. In 1898, his family […]

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  • George Adamski

    1891 - 1965

    George Adamski (1891 - 1965)

    Author. George was born in Poland and emigrated to America when he was two. He  was a soldier in the 13th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (K Troop) fighting at the Mexican border during the Pancho Villa Expedition. In 1917 he married Mary Shimbersky. She died in 1954; they had no children. Following his marriage George moved […]

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  • George Adamski

    1891 - 1965

    George Adamski (1891 - 1965)

    Author. George was born in Poland and emigrated to America when he was two. He  was a soldier in the 13th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (K Troop) fighting at the Mexican border during the Pancho Villa Expedition. In 1917 he married Mary Shimbersky. She died in 1954; they had no children. Following his marriage George moved […]

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  • George Ade

    1866 - 1944

    George Ade (1866 - 1944)

    Author, Playwright, Humorist. His best known book is “Fables in Slang.” Three of his plays ran simultaneously in New York City, New York. He was the brother-in-law of Indiana Governor Warren T. McCray.  Family links:  Parents:  John Ade (1828 – 1914)  Adeline Wardell Bush Ade (1833 – 1907)  Siblings:  Anna L. Randall (1852 – 1926)* […]

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  • George Albert Ralphs

    1850 - 1914

    George Albert Ralphs (1850 - 1914)

    Businessman. Founder of Ralphs Supermarket chain, the largest market chain in Southern California.  Family links:  Parents:  Richard Ralphs (1812 – 1877)  Mary Newell Ralphs (1820 – 1887)  Spouses:  Wallula Ralphs (1876 – 1941)  Mary E Ralphs (1853 – 1880)*  Children:  William W Ralphs (1875 – 1876)*  Minnie Elizabeth Ralphs White (1879 – 1942)*  Walter Ralphs […]

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  • George Alexandru

    1957 - 2016

    George Alexandru (1957 - 2016)

    Actor. Alexandru was a prominent actor in film, television, and on the theatrical stage. He graduated from the Drama and Cinematography Institute IL Caragiale and started in the theater where he would continue even after his acting career took him to films and television.  Alexandru started in films in the 1978 film “Ecaterina Teodoroiu” and […]

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  • George Allen

    1918 - 1990

    George Allen (1918 - 1990)

    George Allen Allen was born in Nelson County, Virginia, the son of Loretta M. and Earl Raymond Allen, who was recorded in the 1920 and 1930 U.S. census records for Wayne County, Michigan as working as a chauffeur to a private family. He earned varsity letters in football, track and basketball at Lake Shore High […]

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  • George Andrew Atzerodt

    1835 - 1865

    George Andrew Atzerodt (1835 - 1865)

    Lincoln Assassination Conspirator. At the age of eight, his parents immigrated to America and settled in Maryland, but he never became a naturalized US Citizen. He and his older brother, John, set up a carriage repair shop at Port Tobacco, Maryland, located at the mouth of Pope’s Creek near its entry into the Potomac River. […]

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  • George Archainbaud

    1890 - 1959

    George Archainbaud (1890 - 1959)

    In the beginning of his career he worked on stage as an actor and manager. He came to the United States in 1915, and started his film career as an assistant director to Emile Chautard at the World Film Company in Fort Lee, New Jersey. In 1917 he made his own directorial debut As Man […]

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  • George Arliss

    1868 - 1946

    George Arliss (1868 - 1946)

    Actor. Appearing on stage and in motion pictures, he is best known for his portrayal of famous historical personalities. He began his acting career in 1887 but did not gain his popularity until around 1900-1901 when he appeared with British actress, Mrs. Patrick Campbell in London during the stage season. In 1902 he appeared on […]

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  • George Arnold

    1834 - 1865

    George Arnold (1834 - 1865)

    Author, Poet. He contributed stories, poetry and articles to the magazine “Vanity Fair” as well as to “The Leader”. He authored what was known as the “McArone Papers”, which brought him prominence as a humorist. His most famous poem became the “Jolly Old Pedagogue”. (bio by: Laurie)

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  • George Axelrod

    1922 - 2003

    George Axelrod (1922 - 2003)

    Noted American writer for Broadway and Hollywood. He wrote “The Seven Year Itch,” “Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter,” “Goodbye Charlie,” “Phffft,” and the film scripts for “Bus Stop,” “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” and “The Manchurian Candidate.” He also wrote some novels such as “Beggar’s Choice” and “Where Am I Now When I Need Me.”  (bio by: […]

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  • George Baker

    1931 - 1970

    George Baker (1931 - 1970)

    Baker was born in Varna, Bulgaria. His father was an English businessman and honorary vice consul and his mother a Red Cross nurse who moved to Bulgaria to help fight cholera. He attended Lancing College, Sussex; he then appeared as an actor in repertory theatre and at the Old Vic. Baker’s third wife, Louie Ramsay, […]

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  • George Balanchine

    1904 - 1983

    George Balanchine (1904 - 1983)

    Choreographer. The son of a composer, he began studying the piano at the age of five and started his dance studies at the age of nine at the St. Petersburg academy. He was graduated from the Imperial Ballet School in 1921 and then enrolled in the state’s Conservatory of Music where he studied piano and […]

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