• Thomas Ridgeway Gould

    1818 - 1881

    Thomas Ridgeway Gould (1818 - 1881)

    Sculptor. For many years he worked in the dry goods business but when it failed he began as a professional sculptor, though he had very little formal training in that area. His specialties included portrait busts of prominent figures such as Governor John Andrew of Massachusetts and writer Ralph Waldo Emerson. Two of his best […]

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  • Thomas Sidney Cooper

    1803 - 1902

    Thomas Sidney Cooper (1803 - 1902)

    English artist.  His early life was marred by poverty. He was educated at the Royal Academy schools, where he was encouraged by Sir Thomas Lawrence.  In 1827 he moved to Brussels where he taught art. At this time he met the animal painter Verboeckhoven, who strongly influenced his work. In 1831 Cooper returned to London, […]

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  • Thomas Spencer

    1970 - 1905

    Thomas Spencer (1970 - 1905)

    Founder, along with Michael Marks, of the famous British High Street stores Marks & Spencer. (bio by: Kieran Smith)

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  • Thomas Tigue

    1945 - 2016

    Thomas Tigue (1945 - 2016)

    Thomas M. Tigue (August 24, 1945 – February 1, 2016) was an American politician, a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He is a 1964 graduate of St. John’s High School and earned a degree in government from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania in 1968. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps in the […]

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  • Thomas V. “Tom” Ayres, Jr

    1933 - 2000

    Thomas V. “Tom” Ayres, Jr (1933 - 2000)

    Music Producer. He worked with, among others, RCA, Columbia, Capitol, Mercury, and Epic Records.  He was also instrumental in signing David Bowie to RCA Records. (bio by: Joel Manuel)  Family links:  Parents:  Thomas V. Ayres (1892 – 1966)  Bonnie Marie Dowden Hicks (1911 – 2006)  Spouse:  Joyce Sawyer Fryer (1940 – 2011)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Thomas W. Binford

    1924 - 1999

    Thomas W. Binford (1924 - 1999)

    Pioneering civil rights leader, successful businessman and longtime fixture at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. For decades, Binford was one of Indianapolis’ most influential men, serving as a founder and leader of myriad business, sports and civic institutions. He was cofounder of the Urban League of Indianapolis, chief steward of the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race and the […]

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  • Thomas Whitaker Trenchard

    1863 - 1942

    Thomas Whitaker Trenchard (1863 - 1942)

    Jurist. He gained everlasting notority as the trial judge in the Lindbergh Baby kidnapping case.

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  • Thomas William Sweeny

    1820 - 1892

    Thomas William Sweeny (1820 - 1892)

    Civil War Union Brigadier General. Born in Ireland, he moved to America in 1832 and settled in New York City. He joined the Baxter Blues, militia company in 1843, his unit fought in the Mexican War and his right arm was amputated after being wounded. After he recuperated, he fought against Native Americans in the […]

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  • Thora Dardel

    1899 - 1995

    Thora Dardel (1899 - 1995)

    Artist. Born Thora Klinckowstrom in Sweden, she moved to Paris in 1919, where she met fellow Swedish painter Nils Dardel. They married in 1921. She was the model for the heroine Svea in Raymond Radiguet’s famous novel “The Devil In The Flesh” (1923), about a married woman who seduces a teenage boy.  Dardel denied having […]

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  • Thora Hird

    1911 - 2003

    Thora Hird (1911 - 2003)

    Hird was born in the Lancashire seaside town of Morecambe. She first appeared on stage at the age of two months in a play her father was managing. She worked at the local Co-op before joining the Morecambe Repertory Theatre. Her family background was largely theatrical: her mother, Marie Mayor, had been an actress, while […]

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  • Thorley Walters

    1913 - 1991

    Thorley Walters (1913 - 1991)

    Thorley Walters (12 May 1913 – 6 July 1991) was an English character actor. He is probably best remembered for his comedy film roles such as in Two-Way Stretch and Carlton-Browne of the FO. Walters was born in Teigngrace, Devon, the son of Prebendary T. C. Walters of Silverton, Devon, and great uncle of Michael […]

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  • Thornton Waldo Burgess

    1874 - 1965

    Thornton Waldo Burgess (1874 - 1965)

    Thornton Waldo Burgess (January 14, 1874 – June 5, 1965) was a conservationist and author of children’s stories. Burgess loved the beauty of nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years in books and his newspaper column, Bedtime Stories. He was sometimes known as the Bedtime Story-Man. By […]

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  • Thorsten Sellin

    1896 - 1994

    Thorsten Sellin (1896 - 1994)

    Johan Thorsten Sellin (26 October 1896 – 17 September 1994) was a Swedish American sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania, a penologist and one of the pioneers of scientific criminology. Thorsten Sellin was born in Örnsköldsvik in Västernorrland County, Sweden and came to Canada with his parents when he was 17 years old. He received […]

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  • Thorton Wilder

    1897 - 1975

    Thorton Wilder (1897 - 1975)

    Thorton Wilder was born in Madison, Wisconsin, the son of Amos Parker Wilder, a newspaper editor and U.S. diplomat, and Isabella Niven Wilder. All of the Wilder children spent part of their childhood in China. His older brother, Amos Niven Wilder, was Hollis Professor of Divinity at the Harvard Divinity School, a noted poet, and […]

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  • Thurman Munson

    1947 - 1979

    Thurman Munson (1947 - 1979)

    Munson was born in Akron, Ohio to Darrell Vernon Munson and Ruth Myrna Smylie, the youngest of four children. His father was a World War II veteran who became a truck driver while his mother was a homemaker. When he turned eight, the Munson family moved to nearby Canton, Ohio. He was taught how to play baseball by his older brother Duane, and usually played […]

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  • Thurston Hall

    1882 - 1958

    Thurston Hall (1882 - 1958)

    American stage and motion picture actor with hundreds of film credits dating back to 1917. (bio by: A.J. Marik)  Family links:  Spouse:  Quenda E Hackett Hall (____ – 1984)* *Calculated relationshipCause of death: Heart attack

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  • Thuy Trang

    1973 - 2001

    Thuy Trang (1973 - 2001)

    Actress. Born in Saigon, South Vietnam the daughter of a soldier in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN). During the fall of Saigon to the Communist North Vietnamese Army he escaped South Vietnam and was given political asylum by the United States. Thuy, her mother, two brothers and sister were left behind. In […]

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  • Tido Fedderson

    1915 - 2004

    Tido Fedderson (1915 - 2004)

    Actress. Born Helen Macie Minor, she changed her name professionally to Tido Fedderson. Best remembered for having appeared in all 153 episodes of the television series The Millionaire which was produced by her husband Don Fedderson. (bio by: Kelt Smith)  Family links:  Spouse:  Don Fedderson (1913 – 1994)*  Children:  Mike Minor (1940 – 2016)*  Gregg […]

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  • Tiffany Leong

    1985 - 2015

    Tiffany Leong (1985 - 2015)

    Malaysian Actress. Leong was a very prominent actress and television host in Malaysia. Before going into acting and television work, she was a model and beauty queen.  To get started in television, Leong joined Astro, a Malaysian pay television service, as a host.   She moved over to acting in 2006 by joining MediaCorp in […]

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  • Tige Andrews

    1920 - 2007

    Tige Andrews (1920 - 2007)

    Actor. Born Tiger Androwaous, he is best known to many for the role of “Captain Adam Greer” in the 1960s and 1970s television series “The Mod Squad”. After making his movie debut in the 1955 film “Mr. Roberts”, Andrews had countless credits which include “The Wings of Eagles”, (1957), “Imitation General”, (1958), “China Doll”, (1958), […]

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  • Tilla Durieux

    1880 - 1971

    Tilla Durieux (1880 - 1971)

    Actress. Born Ottilie Helene Angela. Durieux made her debut in 1902 in Olmütz. From 1903 to 1933 she performed in Berlin, starting out as a member of Reinhardt’s ensemble (until 1912). In 1912 she played the Circe in Calderon’s comedy of the same name. In 1913 she played Frank Wedekind’s ‘Lulu’ in Munich. Durieux was […]

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  • Tillie Klimek

    1876 - 1936

    Tillie Klimek (1876 - 1936)

    Ottilie “Tillie” Klimek (or Tillie Gburek) (1876 – 1936) was a Polish American serial killer, active in Chicago. According to legend, she pretended to have precognitive dreams, accurately predicting the dates of death of her victims, when in reality she was merely scheduling their deaths. Actually, while contemporary accounts tell her cheerfully telling her husbands […]

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  • Tim Carey

    1929 - 1994

    Tim Carey (1929 - 1994)

    Actor. Appeared in motion pictures and on television from the 1950s to the 1990s. Appeared with James Dean in the 1955 drama “East of Eden.” One of his more memorable roles was that of the menacing ‘South Dakota Slim’ in several of the 1960s comic “beach” movies. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Tim Choate

    1954 - 2004

    Tim Choate (1954 - 2004)

    Actor. Born Timothy Clark Choate in Dallas, Texas, he earned BA in fine arts at the University of Texas at Austin in 1977. He made his film debut in “The Europeans” opposite Lee Remick two years later. In the early 1980s, he appeared in “Crimes of the Heart” on Broadway. Throughout the 1980s, he appeared […]

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  • Tim Holt

    1919 - 1973

    Tim Holt (1919 - 1973)

    Tim Holt was born Charles John Holt III on born February 5, 1919, in Beverly Hills, California, the son of actor Jack Holt and Margaret Woods. During his early years, he accompanied his father on location, even appearing in an early silent film. Holt was educated at Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana, graduating in […]

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  • Tim Moore

    1887 - 1958

    Tim Moore (1887 - 1958)

    Tim Moore The face of Tim Moore is known to millions as that of George “Kingfish” Stevens, star of the “Amos ‘n Andy” television program.  What is not so well known is that Moore was literally called out of retirement to play that role.   He enjoyed a wide and varied career for many years […]

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  • Timothy “Longhaired” Courtright

    1970 - 1887

    Timothy “Longhaired” Courtright (1970 - 1887)

    Western Lawman. Born Timothy Isaiah Courtright, in 1848 at Sangamon County, Illinois, he had a reputation as being fast with a gun. He was at various times a jailer, hired killer, private detective and racketeer. In 1876, he was elected the first US Marshal of Fort Worth, Texas and inherited the task of cleaning up […]

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  • Timothy Carey

    1929 - 1994

    Timothy Carey (1929 - 1994)

    Timothy Agoglia Carey (March 11, 1929 – May 11, 1994) was an American film and television character actor. He was born in Brooklyn, New York. Carey was best known for portraying manic or violent characters who are driven to extremes.  One of his best remembered early roles was in the Stanley Kubrick film The Killing […]

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  • Timothy Carr

    1970 - 2005

    Timothy Carr (1970 - 2005)

    Timothy Don Carr (May 30, 1970 – January 25, 2005), a 34-year-old white male, was executed by lethal injection at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson, Georgia on January 25, 2005. Carr was found guilty of the 1992 murder of Keith Patrick Young, a 17-year-old white male. Carr, who was 22-years old when […]

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  • Timothy Farrell

    1922 - 1989

    Timothy Farrell (1922 - 1989)

    Los Angeles County Marshall, Police Chief from January 1971 to January 1974. He was also an actor and writer, playing in many films by director Ed Wood. He wrote and played the baliff in the ABC television series “Day in Court” and Traffic Court. He also played the bailiff in the courtroom scene in the […]

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