• Edward Dmytryk

    1908 - 1999

    Edward Dmytryk (1908 - 1999)

    Edward Dmytryk was born in Grand Forks, British Columbia, Canada, the son of Ukrainian immigrant parents, Frances (Berezowski) and Michael Dmytryk. His family moved to San Francisco, California. After his mother died, his father remarried. In San Francisco, the boy attended local schools and became interested in the developing film industry. He eventually reached Hollywood […]

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  • Edward E. Clive

    1883 - 1940

    Edward E. Clive (1883 - 1940)

    Actor. Better known as Bulldog Drummond’s manservant ‘Tenny,’ as ‘Detective Sergeant Thacker’ in “Charlie Chan in London,” (1934) As ‘Sergeant Wilkes’ in “Dracula’s Daughter,” (1936) As ‘Alf’ in “Arsène Lupin Returns.” Clive died of a heart attack. (bio by: MC)

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  • Edward Ellsworth Bartholomew

    1914 - 2003

    Edward Ellsworth Bartholomew (1914 - 2003)

    Historian. He was a prolific researcher and noted author of numerous non-fiction books about the American Old West, occasionally writing under the pseudonym “Jesse Ed Rascoe”. He had a particular interest in outlaws and gunfighters. He published books about such notable Western hardcases as Wild Bill Longley, Cullen Baker and Black Jack Ketchum. Perhaps his […]

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  • Edward Emerson Barnard

    1857 - 1923

    Edward Emerson Barnard (1857 - 1923)

    Barnard was born in Nashville, Tennessee, to Reuben Barnard and Elizabeth Jane Barnard (née Haywood), and had one brother. His father died three months before his birth, so he grew up in an impoverished family and did not receive much in the way of formal education. His first interest was in the field of photography, […]

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  • Edward Evans

    1914 - 2001

    Edward Evans (1914 - 2001)

    British Actor. He was born in Putney, London, England as Albert Edward Walker Evans and died in Longsdon, Staffordshire, England. Film and television credits include “Lifeforce,” “Poldark,” “Tales from the Crypt,””Sunday Bloody Sunday,” “10 Rillington Place,””Vendetta for the Saint,” “Till Death Us Do Part,””Coronation Street,” “The Trials of Oscar Wilde,””Cosh Boy,” “The Bill,” “George and […]

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  • Edward Everett Horton

    1886 - 1970

    Edward Everett Horton (1886 - 1970)

    Edward Everett Horton Horton started his stage career in 1906, singing and dancing and playing small parts in Vaudeville and in Broadway productions. In 1919, he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he began acting in Hollywood films. His first starring role was in the comedy Too Much Business (1922), and he portrayed the lead […]

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  • Edward Franc Jones

    1828 - 1913

    Edward Franc Jones (1828 - 1913)

    Military and political leader and Business Magnate. He was raised in Leicester, Massachusetts and entered the dry goods business. In 1854 he joined the militia as a Lieutenant. In 1861 he joined the Sixth Massachusetts Infantry as a Major, soon assuming command and receiving promotion to Colonel. He led the organization on its famed march […]

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  • Edward Francis Gardner

    1901 - 1963

    Edward Francis Gardner (1901 - 1963)

    Actor. Heavily Brooklyn-accented star of US radio’s widely popular “Duffy’s Tavern” during the 1940s, in which he portrayed Archie, the tavern manager. (bio by: Terrance Crooms)  Family links:  Spouse:  Shirley Booth (1898 – 1992)

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  • Edward Francis Hutton

    1875 - 1962

    Edward Francis Hutton (1875 - 1962)

    Edward Francis Hutton (September 7, 1875 – July 11, 1962) was an American financier and co-founder of E. F. Hutton & Co., one of the most respected financial firms in the United States. Hutton was born in Manhattan, New York City, the son of James Laws Hutton (1847–1885), who left an Ohio farm to work […]

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  • Edward Frederic “E.F.” Benson

    1867 - 1940

    Edward Frederic “E.F.” Benson (1867 - 1940)

    Author and Biographer. Son of Archbishop Benson, the Archbishop of Canterbury. He was the most prolific of the three Benson brothers who wrote and were published; his works include a number of ghost stories, the social comedies “Mapp & Lucia” and a range of biographies and autobiographies. He was thrice Mayor of Rye, in East […]

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  • Edward G. Budd, Jr

    1902 - 1971

    Edward G. Budd, Jr (1902 - 1971)

    Businessman. His father, Edward Sr., founded the various Budd manufacturing companies in the late 1800’s. Edward Jr. took over the firms from his father, and was one of the main driving forces in the promotion of the light rail vehicle (LRV), which is widely used in the Orient and decreases the use of locomotives.  Family […]

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  • Edward G. Budd, Sr

    1870 - 1946

    Edward G. Budd, Sr (1870 - 1946)

    Businessman. Founded the various Budd manufacturing companies in the late 1800’s. His son, Edward Jr., took over the firms from his father, and was one of the main driving forces in the promotion of the light rail vehicle (LRV), which is widely used in the Orient and decreases the use of locomotives.  Family links:  Spouse: […]

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  • Edward Galen Givens, Jr

    1930 - 1967

    Edward Galen Givens, Jr (1930 - 1967)

    American Astronaut. Died in a car accident while returning home from a party. Conspiracy advocates claim he was “murdered,” but all inquires into the theory have proven baseless. (bio by: Brad Haines)  Family links:  Parents:  Edward Galen Givens (1904 – 1991)  Mary Helen Jarrell Givens (1909 – 2002)  Sibling:  Edward Galen Givens (1930 – 1967) […]

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  • Edward H. Bunker

    1933 - 2005

    Edward H. Bunker (1933 - 2005)

    Actor, Writer and Producer. He was at one time on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. During his younger days he was imprisoned in San Quentin and was the youngest inmate at that time. He was also friends with author James Ellroy (The Black Dahlia) and film Director Michael Mann and served as a ‘prison advisor’ […]

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  • Edward Henry Harriman

    1848 - 1909

    Edward Henry Harriman (1848 - 1909)

    Railroad Tycoon. After working in a brokerage house from the age of 14, he bought his own seat on the new York Stock Exchange in his early twenties. He married, Mary Averell, the daughter of the president of the Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain Railroad and began to build his railroad empire. He passed his shares […]

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  • Edward Herrmann

    1943 - 2014

    Edward Herrmann (1943 - 2014)

    Edward Kirk Herrmann was born on July 21, 1943 in Washington, D.C., the son of Jean Eleanor (née O’Connor) and John Anthony Herrmann. Of German and Irish descent, Herrmann grew up in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, and graduated from Bucknell University in 1965, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi. He studied acting at […]

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  • Edward Hicks

    1780 - 1849

    Edward Hicks (1780 - 1849)

    19th century Quaker Minister and American Folk Artist considered to be America’s foremost primitive painter. Probably his best-known and most beloved works are his more than 60 “Peaceable Kingdom” paintings. Some additional works are: The Falls of Niagara, Penn’s Treaty with the Indians, Noah’s Ark, and the Grave of William Penn.   Edward was the […]

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  • Edward Higgins White II

    1930 - 1967

    Edward Higgins White II (1930 - 1967)

    White was born on November 14, 1930, in San Antonio, Texas, to parents Edward H. White, Sr. (1901–1978), who became a major general in the U.S. Air Force, and Mary Rosina White (née Haller; 1900–1983). He attended school in his hometown and became a member of the Boy Scouts of America, where he earned the […]

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  • Edward Higgins White, II

    1930 - 1967

    Edward Higgins White, II (1930 - 1967)

    Astronaut. Born in San Antonio, Texas, he was a Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, whom received flight training in Florida and Texas, following his graduation from West Point. He then spent 3-1/2 years in Germany with a fighter squadron, flying F-86’s and F-100’s. He was a Air Force Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base, […]

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  • Edward Hodges Baily

    1788 - 1867

    Edward Hodges Baily (1788 - 1867)

    Sculpted statue at the head of Nelson’s Column and the busts of Lawrence, Byron and Faraday.

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  • Edward I of England

    1239 - 1307

    Edward I of England (1239 - 1307)

    Edward was born at the Palace of Westminster on the night of 17–18 June 1239, to King Henry III and Eleanor of Provence. Edward is an Anglo-Saxon name, as was not commonly given among the aristocracy of England after the Norman Conquest, but Henry was devoted to the veneration of Edward the Confessor, and decided […]

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  • Edward III of England

    1312 - 1377

    Edward III of England (1312 - 1377)

    Edward was born at Windsor Castle on 13 November 1312, and was often referred to as Edward of Windsor in his early years. The reign of his father, Edward II, was a particularly problematic period of English history. One source of contention was the king’s inactivity, and repeated failure, in the ongoing war with Scotland. […]

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  • Edward Irvin Scott

    1846 - 1931

    Edward Irvin Scott (1846 - 1931)

    Business Magnate. Founder and President of the Scott Paper Company. The company became the leading producer of bathroom tissue by 1890. Today, Scott Paper Company is part of Kimberly-Clark Corporation and the Scott products are available in virtually every city in the United States. (bio by: Mary Harrell-Sesniak)  Family links:  Spouse:  Sarah Frances Hoyt Scott […]

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  • Edward J. McKeever

    1859 - 1925

    Edward J. McKeever (1859 - 1925)

    President and part owner of the Ebbets/McKeever Exhibition Company and Vice President  and part owner of the Brooklyn National Baseball Club (parent company of the Brooklyn Superbas ( later becoming the Brooklyn Dodgers) was born in Brooklyn, NY on March 19, 1859. Gained his fortune in the contracting and building business from 1886 through 1899 […]

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  • Edward James “Batty” Abbaticchio

    1877 - 1957

    Edward James “Batty” Abbaticchio (1877 - 1957)

    Born in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, Abbatticchio was among the first wave of professional football players. He began his professional football career with the Latrobe Athletic Association in 1895, where he starred as a fullback and kicker. In 1896, Abbatticchio kicked a 23-yard kicked field goal to help give Latrobe a 5-0 win over the West Virginia […]

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  • Edward Knoblock

    1874 - 1945

    Edward Knoblock (1874 - 1945)

    Edward Knoblock (born Edward Gustav Knoblauch; April 7, 1874 – July 19, 1945) was an American-born British playwright and novelist most remembered for the often revived 1911 play, Kismet. Knoblock was born in New York City of German parents and was the grandson of the Berlin architect Eduard Knoblauch. He was graduated from Harvard College in […]

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  • Edward Koch

    1924 - 2013

    Edward Koch (1924 - 2013)

    Koch was born in The Bronx borough of New York City, the son of Yetta (or Joyce, née Silpe) and Louis (Leib) Koch, immigrants from Uscieczko in Eastern Galicia. He came from a family of Conservative Jews who resided in Newark, New Jersey, where his father worked at a theater. As a child, he worked […]

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  • Edward Laurence “Ned” Doheny, Jr

    1893 - 1929

    Edward Laurence “Ned” Doheny, Jr (1893 - 1929)

    Businessman.  Son of oil tycoon  Edward L. Doheny.  He has been called “The Bagman of Teapot Dome” for his role in the 1920s political controversy,  but is chiefly remembered today for his mysterious demise.  Doheny was born in Los Angeles.  His parents divorced when he was six and his mother committed suicide in 1901 after […]

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  • Edward Laurence Albert

    1951 - 2006

    Edward Laurence Albert (1951 - 2006)

    Actor.  Son of Actor Eddie Albert and singer Margo.  He is best remembered for his role in the 1972 film opposite Goldie Hawn, “Butterflies are Free,” for which he won a Golden Globe.  He appeared in numerous films, and was a regular guest-star on television.  He died of lung cancer at age 55 just a […]

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  • Edward Lloyd

    1970 - 1713

    Edward Lloyd (1970 - 1713)

    Founder of Lloyd’s Coffee House and hence of the insurance industry (Lloyd’s of London, which grew from the transactions undertaken by brokers while drinking coffee there).  Family links:  Spouse:  Abigail Lloyd (____ – 1698)* *Calculated relationship

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