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==Deaths== ==Deaths==
*[[1880]] - [[Jacques Offenbach]], German-born composer (b. [[1819]]) *[[1880]] - [[Jacques Offenbach]], German-born composer (b. [[1819]])
-*[[1913]] - [[Hans von Bartels]], German painter (b. [[1856]]) 
-*[[1918]] - [[Roland Garros (aviator)|Roland Garros]], French pilot (shot down) (b. [[1888]]) 
-*[[1930]] - [[Christopher Birdwood Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson]], British military officer (b. [[1875]]) 
-*[[1933]] - [[Renée Adorée]], French actress (b. [[1898]]) 
-* 1933 - [[Nikolai Nikolaevich Yudenich]], Russian general (b. [[1862]]) 
-*[[1936]] - [[J. Slauerhoff]], Dutch poet and novelist (tuberculosis) (b. [[1898]]) 
-*[[1938]] - [[Faustyna Kowalska|Saint Faustina]], Polish saint (b. [[1905]]) 
-*[[1940]] - [[Ballington Booth]], [[Salvation Army]] Officer and co-founder of [[Volunteers of America]] (b. [[1857]]) 
-* 1940 - [[Lincoln Loy McCandless]], American cattle rancher (b. [[1859]]) 
-* 1940 - [[Silvestre Revueltas]], Mexican musician (b. [[1889]]) 
-*[[1941]] - [[Louis Dembitz Brandeis]], U.S. Supreme Court Justice (b. [[1856]]) 
-*[[1943]] - [[Leon Roppolo]], American musician (b. [[1902]]) 
-*[[1950]] - [[Frederic Lewy]], German neurologist (b. [[1885]]) 
-*[[1952]] - [[Joe Jagersberger]], Austrian racing driver (b. [[1884]] or [[1885]]) 
-*[[1976]] - [[Lars Onsager]], Norwegian chemist, [[Nobel Prize in Chemistry|Nobel laureate]] (b. [[1903]]) 
-* 1976 - [[Barbara Nichols]], American actress (b. [[1929]]) 
-*[[1981]] - [[Gloria Grahame]], American actress (b. [[1923]]) 
-*[[1983]] - [[Earl Tupper]], American inventor (b. [[1907]]) 
-* 1983 - [[Humberto Mauro]], Brazilian film director and screenwriter (b. [[1897]]) 
-*[[1986]] - [[Hal B. Wallis]], American film producer (b. [[1898]]) 
-* 1986 - [[James H. Wilkinson]], English mathematician (b. [[1919]]) 
-* 1986 - [[Mike Burgmann]], Australian racing driver (b. [[1947]]) 
*[[1992]] - [[Eddie Kendricks]], American singer ([[The Temptations]]) (b. [[1939]]) *[[1992]] - [[Eddie Kendricks]], American singer ([[The Temptations]]) (b. [[1939]])
-*[[1993]] - [[Jim Holton]], Scottish footballer (b. [[1951]]) 
-*[[1995]] - [[Linda Gary]], American voice actress (b. [[1944]]) 
-*[[1996]] - [[Seymour Cray]], American computer pioneer (b. [[1925]]) 
-*[[1997]] - [[Brian Pillman]], American professional wrestler (b. [[1962]]) 
-*[[2000]] - [[Cătălin Hîldan]], Romanian footballer (b. [[1976]]) 
-*[[2001]] - [[Mike Mansfield]], American politician (b. [[1903]]) 
-*[[2002]] - [[Chuck Rayner]], Canadian ice hockey player (b. [[1920]]) 
-*[[2003]] - [[Denis Quilley]], English actor (b. [[1927]]) 
-* 2003 - [[Dan Snyder]], Canadian ice hockey player (b. [[1978]]) 
-* 2003 - [[Timothy Treadwell]], American bear enthusiast featured in [[Grizzly Man]] (b. [[1957]]) 
-*[[2004]] - [[Rodney Dangerfield]], American comedian (b. [[1921]]) 
-* 2004 - [[Maurice Wilkins]], New Zealand-born physicist, [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine|Nobel laureate]] (b. [[1916]]) 
-* 2004 - [[William H. Dobelle]], American biomedical engineer, [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine]] nominee (b. [[1941]]) 
-*[[2006]] - [[Antonio Peña]], [[Mexico|Mexican]] founder of [[lucha libre]] [[professional wrestling promotion|promotion]] [[Asistencia Asesoría y Administración|AAA]] (b. [[1953]]) 
== Notes == == Notes ==

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  1. Denis Diderot
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  3. Sylvia Beach
  4. Al Hansen
  5. Clive Barker
  6. Woodrow Parfrey
  7. Peter Ackroyd
  8. Ben Barenholtz
  9. John Addington Symonds
  10. Joachim Patinir
  11. Laura Gemser
  • Jan Lenica
  • Auguste and Louis Lumière
  • Jacques Offenbach
  • Monty Python





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