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Births   Deaths   Events
625   Honorius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope
1492   Christopher Columbus discovers Cuba & claims it for Spain
1523   English troops occupy Montalidier France
1605   Spanish army under General Sp¡nola occupies Wachtendonk
1627   English assault on French Il de R‚
1644   2nd Battle at Newbury: King Charles I beats parliamentary armies
1651   English troops occupy Limerick Ireland
1662   England sells Duinkerken to France for 2.5 million livres
1676   Poland & Turkey sign Peace of Warsaw
1688   King James II fires premier Robert Spencer
1702   English troops plunder St Augustine Florida
1775   US Navy forms
1787   Federalist letters start appearing in NY newspapers
1795   Treaty of San Lorenzo, provides free navigation of Mississippi
1810   US annexes West Florida from Spain
1830   Major-General Baron D Chass‚ bombs Antwerp (Belgium revolution)
1858   RH Macy & Co opens 1st store, (6th Ave-NYC) Gross receipts $1106
1863   Dutch railway to Harlingen opens
1864   Battle of Boydton Plank Road, VA (Burgess' Mill, Southside Railroad)
1864   Battle of Fair Oaks, Va near Richmont
1864   Battle of Newtonia, MI
1864   Confederate ship Albemarle torpedoed/sinks
1864   Siege of Petersburg, VA
1867   Garibaldi marches on Rome
1871   Boss Tweed (William Macy Tweed), Democratic leader of Tammany Hall, arrested after NY Times exposed his corruption
1880   Theodore Roosevelt marries Alice Hathaway Lee, on his 22nd birthday
1884   Architect Henry Hardenberghs Dakota-complex opens in NYC
1886   Musical fantasy "Night on Bald Mountain," performed in Russia
1893   Hurricane hits coast between Savannah Ga & Charleston SC
1896   1st Pali Road completed in Hawaii (winds so strong streams flow UP!)
1901   1st complete performance of Debussy's "Nocturnes"
1904   World's 1st subway, IRT (Interborough Rapid Transit), opens in NYC, subway/bus fare is set at one nickel (Bkln bridge-145 & Bdw
1913   Pres Wilson says US will never attack another country
1914   British battleship Audacious sunk by mine
1916   1st published reference to "jazz" appears (Variety)
1919   Axeman of New Orleans claims last victim
1919   US Congress sign Volstead Act
1920   League of Nations moves headquarters in Geneva
1920   Westinghouse radio station in East Pittsburgh, KDKA begins
1922   1st commemoration of Navy Day
1922   Dutch 2nd Chamber votes for child labor laws
1924   Uzbek SSR forms
1925   Water skis patented by Fred Waller
1927   Queen Wilhelmina opens Meuse-Waal Canal in Nijmegen
1931   Chuhei Numbu of Japan, sets then long jump record at 26' 2¬"
1935   SDAP & NVV launchs "Plan for Work" in Utrect Netherlands
1938   DuPont announces its new synthetic fiber will be called "nylon"
1941   Chicago Daily Tribune editorialize there will not be war with Japan
1941   Nazi's directs gypsy ghetto in Belgrade
1942   5th day of battle at El Alamein: heavy battles/Australian advance
1942   US aircraft carrier Hornet sinks off Santa Cruz
1944   Hertogenbosch & Tilburg freed from nazi occupation
1944   Tito reaches free Belgrade
1945   "Carib Song" closes at Adelphi Theater NYC after 36 performances
1945   1st edition of Elseviers Weekly newspaper (Elseviers Magazine)
1946   Georgi Domitrovs National Front wins Bulgaria elections (78%)
1947   "You Bet Your Life," with Groucho Marx, premieres on ABC radio
1947   WMAR TV channel 2 in Baltimore, MD (NBC) begins broadcasting
1948   Albert Camus' "L'‚tat de SiŠge," premieres in Paris
1948   Israel recaptures Nizzanim in Negev
1950   Paul Creston's 3rd Symphony "Triumph of St Joan," premieres
1952   "My Darlin' Aida" opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC for 89 perfs
1954   B O Davis Jr becomes 1st black general in USAF
1954   Pres Eisenhower offers aid to S Vietnam pres Ngo Dinh Diem
1954   Walt Disney's 1st TV show, "Disneyland," premieres on ABC
1954   WISN TV channel 12 in Milwaukee, WI (ABC) begins broadcasting
1955   Argentine peso devalued
1955   Satomi Myodo, renews Zen nun vows & takes Buddhist name of Daien Myodo
1957   Celal Bayar re-elected president of Turkey
1957   WOWL TV channel 15 in Florence, AL (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting
1957   WPTA TV channel 21 in Fort Wayne, IN (ABC) begins broadcasting
1958   Gen Ayub Khan succeeds Iskander Mirza as president of Pakistan
1958   WEDU TV channel 3 in Tampa-St Petersburg, FL (PBS) begins broadcasting
1959   Rare Pacific hurricane kills 2,000 in Western Mexico
1960   AL admits LA & Washington to the league
1960   Singer Ben E King records "Spanish Harlem" & "Stand By Me"
1961   1st Saturn launch vehicle makes an unmanned flight test
1961   American Basketball League starts play
1961   Outer Mongolia & Mauritania become 102nd & 103rd members of UN
1961   USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya & Sary Shagan USSR
1962   "Beyond the Fringe" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 673 perfs
1962   Black Saturday - Russian nuclear missile crisis in Cuba
1962   US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Johnston Island
1962   US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1963   Bob Simpson completes 359 for NSW v Qld at Gabba
1963   Sandra Haynie wins LPGA Phoenix Thunderbirds Golf Tournament
1964   "Ben Franklin in Paris" opens at Lunt Fontanne NYC for 215 perfs
1964   Congo rebel leader Christopher Gbenye holds 60 Americans/800 Belgians
1964   Singers Sonny & Cher wed, Cher wore bell-bottoms
1965   WCFT TV channel 33 in Tuscaloosa, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting
1966   China PR performs nuclear test at Lop Nor PRC
1966   UN deprives South Africa of Namibia
1966   USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1967   4 people from Baltimore pour blood on selective service records
1967   Expo '67 closes in Montreal, Canada
1967   NLF leaves People's Republic of South-Yemen
1968   19th Olympic games close at Mexico City, Mexico
1968   Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA River Plantation Golf Invitational
1969   Nobel prize for economy awarded to John Tinbergen
1969   Ralph Nader sets up a consumer organization knowns as Nader's Raiders
1969   St Vincent & Grenadines gains associated status with Britain
1970   "Light, Lively & Yiddish" opens at Belasco Theater NYC for 87 perfs
1971   Republic of Congo-Kinshasa becomes Republic of Za‹re
1971   Steve Garvey weds Cynthia Truhan
1972   Golden Gate National Recreation Area created
1973   1st time Islanders beat Rangers-3-2
1973   Alabama sets offensive record (828 yds), beats Virginia Tech 77-6
1974   Chantal Langlace runs female world record marathon (2:46:24)
1975   Covers of both Time & Newsweek picture rock singer Bruce Springsteen
1977   Amsterdam businessman M Caransa kidnapped
1977   NASA launches space vehicle S-200
1978   Begin & Sadat win Nobel Peace prize
1978   President Carter signs Hawkins-Humphrey full employment bill
1979   Islanders score 2 goals within 6 seconds 3 goals within 44 seconds
1979   St Vincent & Grenadines becomes independent of UK (Natl Day)
1979   Voluntary Euthanasia Society publishes how-to-do-it suicide guide
1980   Astros owner John McMullen replaces GM Tal Smith with Al Rosen
1980   Dave Gryllis sets world bicycle speed record of 94.37 kph
1981   Andrew Young, former UN Ambassador, elected mayor of Atlanta, Georgia
1982   China announces its population at 1 billion people plus
1982   IBM ROM is capable of EGA graphics
1984   France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1984   USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1984   Wash State's Rueben Mayes sets col football rec of 357 yards rushing
1985   15th NYC Women's Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:28:34
1985   16th NYC Marathon won by Orlando Pizzolato in 2:11:34
1985   Anthony Carter begins NFL streak of 100+ consecutive game receptions
1985   Billy Martin is fired by Yankees for 4th time
1985   Hurricane Juan ravages US Gulf states & east coast, 49 die
1985   KC Royals beat St Louis Cards, 4 games to 3 in 82nd World Series
1985   Thieves steal 9 paintings, including 5 Monet's & 2 Renoir's
1986   NY Mets beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 83rd World Series
1986   Paul McCartney release "Pretty Little Head"
1987   Lucas Mangopes Democratic Party wins Bophuthatswana elections
1987   Peter Shaffer's "Lettice & Lovage," premieres in London
1987   South Korean voters overwhelmingly approved a new constitution
1988   "ET" released to home video (14 million presold)
1988   Larry Flynt paid hitman $1M to kill Hefner, Guccione & Sinatra
1990   "Michael Feinstein in Concert" closes at Golden NYC after 30 perfs
1990   Horse Racing Breeders' Cup Champs: Bayakoa, Fly So Free, In The Wings, Meadow Star, Royal Academy, Safely Kept, Unbridled
1991   "Andre Heller's Wonderhouse" closes at Broadhurst NYC after 9 perfs
1991   "Homecoming" opens at Criterion Theater NYC for 49 performances
1991   John Brodie wins Security Pacific Senior Golf Classic
1991   Minn Twins beat Altanta Braves 1-0 in 10 to win World Series in 7
1992   Don Baylor appointed 1st manager of Colorado Rockies
1992   Fox is to launch Tuesday night network TV, rescheduled to Decemeber
1992   Great Britain issues postage stamp on 100th anniversary of Tolkien
1992   Tipper Gore (wife of future VP) admits to covering clock on her VCR with black tape so she wouldn't have to watch it blink
1993   Howard Stern's radio show begins broadcasting in El Paso Texas
1995   Contract finalizing Cleveland Browns' move to Balt is signed
1995   Meyrick Pringle takes cricket hat-trick in England tour game at Soweto
1996   US beats Japan, 21«-14«, at Nichirei International Golf Tournament
1997   Dow Jones crashes record 554 pts to 7161
1997   Intel Corp buys Digital Equipment for $700 million
1997   Microsoft argues it should be "free from govt interference"
1997   US releases a redesigned $50 bill

1728   James Cook, Scotland, captain/explorer, discovered Sandwich Islands
1739   Franz Ignaz Kaa, composer
1746   Georg Anton Kreusser, composer
1760   August W A Grave von Gneisenau, Prussian fieldmarshal
1762   Gijsbert K van Hogendorp, Dutch count/minister of Foreign affairs
1775   Traugott Maximilian Eberwein, composer
1782   Niccol• Paganini, Genoa It, composer/violin virtuoso (Princess Lucca)
1800   Benjamin Franklin Wade, MC (Union), died in 1878
1809   Peter "Peerke" Donders, Dutch RC missionary to Suriname
1811   Issac Merrit Singer, inventor (1st practical home sewing machine)
1817   Antoni Katski, composer
1828   Jacob Dolson Cox, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1900
1829   Christopher Columbus Andres, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1841   P J Edvard Backstr”m, Swedish writer
1842   Giovanni Giolitti, 5x premier of Italy (1892..1921)
1844   Klas Arnoldson, Sweden, politician/pacifist (Nobel 1908)
1845   Josef V Sl dek, Czech poet (P¡sne Smutecn¡)
1858   Theodore Roosevelt, NYC, (R) 26th Pres (1901-09; Nobel 1906)
1872   Emily Post, authority on social behavior/writer (Etiquette)
1873   Henry Tate, composer
1876   Jacqueline Royaards-Sandberg, actress (Un Soir Un Train)
1889   Enid Bagnold, novelist (Chalk Garden, 1956 Award of Merit)
1892   Graciliano Ramos, Brazilian author/mayor of Palmeira
1892   Victor E van Vriesland, Dutch poet/critic (Mirror of Dutch Poetry)
1893   Johan G Dancer, Dutch poet (Meetings)
1894   Antonius "Toon" Verhey, violin cellist/conductor (Residence-orch)
1894   Fritz Sauckel, German Nazi General of Labor
1895   John Boles, Greenville TX, singer/actor (Babes in Baghdad)
1896   Edith Haisman, Titanic survivor
1901   Marlene Dietrich, German actress/entertainer (Angel)
1906   Anton AM Struyken, minister of justice/governor Dutch Antilles
1907   Helmut Walcha, German organist (church music)
1907   Moises F da Costa Gomez, premier Dutch Antilles
1910   Fred de Cordova, film/TV producer (Tonight Show)
1910   Jack Carson, Manitoba Canada, actor (Star is Born, Mildred Pierce)
1911   Leif Erickson, Calif, actor (Invaders from Mars, On the Waterfront)
1912   Conlon Nancarrow, Texarkana Arkansas, composer (Soundings 4)
1914   Dylan Thomas, Swansea Wales, poet (Child's Christmas in Wales)
1914   Stanislaw Brunstein, artist
1915   Harry Saltzman, St Johns NB Canada, producer (Goldfinger)
1916   Bob de Lange, [Jacob Bernard], Dutch actor/director (Daniel)
1916   Kazimierz Brandys, writer
1917   Jack Plimsoll, cricketer (S Afr lefty quick, 3-143 in only Test 1947)
1917   Oliver Tambo, co-founder (African National Congress)
1918   Paul Dixon, Earling Iowa, Ohio talk show host (Paul Dixon Show)
1918   Teresa Wright, NYC, actress (Eleanor Gehrig-Pride of the Yankees)
1920   Nanette Fabray, San Diego Calif, actress (Katherine-One Day at a Time)
1921   Anestis Logothetis, composer
1922   Carlos Andr‚s P‚rez, president of Venezuela (1974-79/89-94)
1922   George Young, soccer star
1922   Ralph Kiner, HR hitter (Pitts Pirates)/sportscaster (NY Mets)
1923   Roy Lichtenstein, NYC, Pop art painter (painted comic book panels)
1923   Ruby Dee, Cleve Ohio, actress (Raisin in the Sun, Cat People, Roots)
1924   Michel Galabru, Safi Morocco, actor (Judge & the Assassin)
1925   Jane Connell, Oakland Calif, actress (Jane-Stanley, Bridget-Dumpling)
1925   Mary Kay Steans, Glendale Calif, actress (Mary Kay & Johnny)
1925   Warren M Christopher, US, lawyer/minister of Foreign affairs (1993- )
1926   H R Haldeman, former White House Chief of Staff (Watergate figure)
1926   P G "Nana" Joshi, cricket wicketkeeper (Indian during 1950's)
1927   Dominick Argento, York Penn, composer (Colonel Jonathan the Saint)
1927   Edward Ralph Keinholz, sculptor
1928   Datta Gaekwad, cricketer (father of Anshuman, batted in 11 Tests 50's)
1928   Kyle Rote, NFL halfback (NY Giants 1951-61)
1928   Stefan Wewerka, German architect/sculptor
1929   Marino Iandioro, canned Tomato Pioneer
1930   Bill George, NFL linebacker (Chicago Bears, LA Rams)
1931   David Bryant, English world champion bowler/tv-host
1932   Jean-Pierre Cassel, Paris France, actor (Trout)
1932   Kathy Cornelius, LPGA golfer
1932   Sylvia Plath, [Victoria Lucas], US, poet (Colossus, 3 Women, Bell Jar)
1933   Floyd Cramer, La, cowboy singer (Last Date, On the Rebound)
1933   John Sturdy, scholar
1934   David Barclay, British hotel magnate/multi-millionaire
1934   Frederick Barclay, British hotel magnate/multi-millionaire
1938   Maurice Hinchey, (Rep-D-New York)
1939   John Cleese, Weston-Super-Mare England, comedian (Monty Python)
1940   Anthea Joseph, music producer
1940   Lee Greenwood, country singer (God Bless the USA)
1940   Maxine Hong Kingston, US, author
1942   Phillip Catherine, rocker
1945   Carrie Snodgress, Park Ridge Ill, actress (Diary of Mad Housewife)
1945   Peter Martins, Copenhagen, dancer-choreographer
1946   Leslie Byrne, (Rep-D-Virginia)
1946   Peter Martins, Danish actor(?)
1946   Steven R Nail, Canton Ill, USAF/astr (STS 51-G, 61-A, 37, 55)
1946   Terry J Hart, Pittsburgh Penn, astronaut (STS 41C)
1947   Terry Anderson, AP correspondent/US hostage held in Lebanon (1985-91)
1948   Byron Allred, Logan Ut, rocker (Steve Miller Band)
1949   Garry W Tallent, rocker (E Street Band)
1949   Jack Daniels, Choctaw Okla, country singer (Highway 101-Cry Cry Cry)
1949   Jos‚ J P Hageman, Dutch MP (PvdA)
1949   Mike Kopetski, (Rep-D-Oregon)
1950   Fran Lebowitz, author/actress (Resident Alien)
1951   Jayne Kennedy-Overton, Wash DC, actress (Penitentary)
1951   K K Downing, rock guitarist (Judas Priest-Breakin' the Law)
1953   Michael Baker, Memphis Tn, Lt Cmdr USN/astronaut (STS 43, 52, 68, 81)
1953   Peter Firth, Bradford England, actor (Equus, Lifeforce, Tess)
1953   Robert Picardo, Phila, actor (Frame Up, Gremlins 2)
1954   Chris Tavare, cricketer (England opener & occasional scorer of runs)
1956   Patty Sheehan, Middlebury VT, LPGA golfer (1994 US Women's Open)
1957   Glen Hoddle, English soccer ball player (Tottenham)
1957   Jeff East, rocker
1958   Hazell Dean, rocker (Always Doesn't Mean Forever)
1958   Simon Le Bon, rock vocalist (Duran, Duran-Hungry Like the Wolf)
1961   Rick Gibson, Calgary Alta, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 CPGA)
1963   Deborah Moore, London England, actress (Danielle-Day of Our Lives)
1963   Marla Maples, [Trump], Dalton Ga, actress (Will Rogers Follies)
1964   Jill Hetherington, Brampton Ontario, tennis player (Olympics-96)
1964   Mark Taylor, cricketer (genius Australian captain since 1994)
1964   Mary Meagher-Plant, 100m butterfly swimmer (Oly-3 gold/silv/br-84, 88)
1965   Krista Blomquist, New Haven Conn, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-7th-1995)
1966   Brad Lauer, Humboldt, NHL right wing (Pitts Penguins)
1966   Grant Kenny, Norfolk Island NSW, Australasia golfer
1966   Timm Rosenbach, NFL quarterback (NO Saints)
1967   Jaren Jackson, NBA guard/forward (Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs)
1968   Antoinette Lucas, Crozier VA, field hockey midfielder (Oly-96)
1968   Kata Karkkainen, Helsinki Finland, playmate (Dec, 1988)
1969   Annie Patterson, composer
1969   Corey Foster, Ottawa, NHL defenseman (Pitts Penguins)
1969   John Kasay, NFL kicker (Carolina Panthers)
1970   Bert Emanuel, wide receiver (Atlanta Falcons)
1970   Vernon Lewis, NFL cornerback (NE Patriots)
1971   Liz Pagano, Seattle Wash, WPVA volleyballer (National-13th-1994)
1971   Matt Brown, WLAF guard (Amsterdam Admirals)
1971   Mike Ricci, Scarborough, NHL center (Colorado Avalanche)
1971   Zaddick X Longenbach, Greenwalds Pa, fencer-foil (Olympics-96)
1972   Brad Radke, Eau Claire WI, pitcher (Minn Twins)
1972   John Steel, Auckland NZ, 100m/200m swimmer (Olympics-96)
1972   Maria Mutola, Maputo Mozambique, 800m runner (Olympics-bronze-96)
1973   Alison "Ali" Malyn Shumate, Union City Tenn, Miss America-Tenn (1996)
1973   Monica Louwerens, Greenville Miss, Miss America (Miss-Top 10-1996)
1974   Juan Viedna Schenkhuizen, soccer player (Ajax, NEC)
1975   Emily John Orton, Creswell Oregon, Miss America (Oregon-2nd-1996)

925   Rhazes, [Abu Bakr Mohammed ibn Zakarijja al-Razi], Persian, dies
939   Aethelstan III, king of England, dies
1331   Aboe al-Fida, [Aboelfeda], Arabic writer/sultan of Hama, dies
1439   Albrecht II von Habsburg, king of Bohemia/Hungary/Germany, dies at 42
1449   Ulugh Beg, a USSR astronomer, dies at 56
1485   Rudolph Agricola, [Roelof Huysman], humanist/organist, dies
1505   Ivan III de Great, Russian tsar (1462-1505), dies
1542   Abraham ben Avigdor, rabbi/author (commentary on Tur), dies
1553   Michael Servetus, Spanish physician, burns at stake for heresy
1580   John Bonga, beggar, dies
1651   Jan III van Foreest, Dutch lawyer/poet/mayor of Hoorn, dies
1652   Henry, count of Nassau-Siegen, colonel/gov of Hulst, dies
1659   Marmaduke Stevenson, Quaker in Boston, hanged
1725   Jacob Hop, politician/diplomat, dies at 71
1771   Johann Gottlieb Graun, composer, dies
1781   Herman-Fran‡ois Delange, composer, dies at 66
1796   Anton Thadaus Johann Nepomuk Stamitz, composer, dies at 45
1822   Christian Frederich Gottlieb Schwencke, composer, dies at 55
1833   Ferdinand Franzl, composer, dies at 66
1848   Alexander Egorovich Varlamov, composer, dies at 46
1864   Andreas Randel, composer, dies at 58
1919   John Harry, cricket wicketkeeper (Aust one Test 1895, one catch), dies
1919   Theodoor H de Meester, premier (1905-08), dies
1925   Wilhelm Gericke, composer, dies at 80
1933   Julius Klengel, composer, dies at 74
1933   Meir Shapira, rabbi/organizer (Daf Yomi), dies
1938   Lascelles Abercrombie, English poet/critic, dies at 57
1940   Fini Valdemar Henriques, composer, dies at 72
1943   Bela Reinitz, composer, dies at 64
1944   Iman J Van de Bosch, Belgian resistance fighter, dies
1953   Eduard Knneke, German composer (Majority Snderin), dies at 68
1953   Zdzislaw Jachimecki, composer, dies at 71
1954   Franco Alfano, Ital (opera)composer (Puccini's Turandot), dies at 78
1954   Frank Druce, cricketer (252 runs in 5 Tests for England), dies
1955   Clark Griffith, baseball player/manager (NY Yankees), dies at 85
1955   Vladimir Mikhaylovich Deshevov, composer, dies at 66
1958   Frederik Gerretson [Geerten Gossaert], historian/poet/politician, dies
1958   Joseph Klausner, Polish/Israeli new testament expert, dies at 84
1962   Enrico Mattei, Italian oil magnate, dies at 58
1962   Fatso Marco, comedian (Milton Berle Show), dies at 56
1962   Rudolph Anderson, U-2 pilot, shot down over Cuba
1964   Sammee Tong, actor (Bachelor Father, Mickey), dies at 63
1964   Willi Bredel, writer, dies at 63
1965   French Luitjes, Dutch athlete, dies at 21
1966   Nigel Haig, cricketer (England pace bowler in 5 Tests 1921-30), dies
1968   Lise Meitner, Austria/Swedish physics (protactinium), dies at 89
1969   Jaime Pahissa, composer, dies at 89
1972   Lew Parker, actor (Lou Marie-That Girl), dies a day before turning 65
1973   Allan "Rocky" Lane, western actor (All's Fair), dies at 64
1975   Rex Stout, US detective writer (Nero Wolfe), dies at 88
1977   James M Cain, US writer (Postman Always Rings Twice), dies at 85
1980   Steven Peregrine Took, rocker, dies at 31
1981   John Warburton, actor (King Rat, Cavalcade), dies at 94
1987   Jean H‚lion, artist/author (Museum of Living Art), dies at 83
1987   Vijay Merchant, cricketer (Test average 47 72, 1st-class avg 71), dies
1988   Charles Hawtrey, English actor (Carry On), dies near London at 73
1988   S B Fuller, founder (Fuller products), dies at 83
1990   Elliott Roosevelt, son of FDR, dies at 80
1990   Ugo Tognazzi actor/director (La Cage Aux Folles), dies at 68
1990   Xavier Cugart, bandlander, dies of heart failure at 90
1991   Andrzei Panufkin, Pol/Brit conductor/composer (Sinfonia Sacra), dies
1991   Pyke F C Koch, realistic painter, dies
1992   Roy Marshall, cricketer (143 runs for WI, 35725 runs overall), dies
1994   Robert White, guitarist, dies at 57
1995   Mike Dutfield, documentary Prodcuer, dies at 48
1995   Susi Hush, tYelevision producer, dies at 49
1996   Belinda Quirey, dance historian/teacher, dies at 84
1996   James Aubrey Turner, scientist, dies at 57
1996   John Gregory, dancer, dies at 82

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