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Births   Deaths   Events
1301   Pope Boniface VIII's degree Ausculta fili (only nominee)
1349   500 Jews of Nuremberg massacre during Black Death riots
1448   Bishop Jona of Moscow chosen as metropolitan of Kiev/Intoxication
1456   Earthquake strikes Naples; about 35,000 die
1492   Columbus discovers Hispaniola (El Espa¤ola/Haiti)
1496   Jews are expelled from Portugal by order of King Manuel I
1590   Niccol• Sfondrati chosen Pope Gregory XIV
1602   Giulio Caccini's "Euridice," premieres in Florence
1741   -6] Russian princess Elisabeth Petrovna grabs powers
1757   Battle at Leuthen: Prussian army beats Austrians
1766   London auctioneers Christie's hold their 1st sale
1776   1st US fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa (William & Mary College), forms
1792   George Washington re-elected US pres
1798   Govt troops occupy Hasselt
1804   Thomas Jefferson re-elected US pres/George Clinton vice-pres
1813   Lbeck surrenders to allied armies
1830   Hector Berlioz' "Symphonique fantastique," premieres in Paris
1831   Former Pres John Q Adams takes his seat as member of House of Reps
1832   Andrew Jackson re-elected president of US
1837   Hector Berlioz' "Requiem," premieres
1837   Uprising under William Lyon Mackenzie in Canada
1846   C F Schoenbein obtains patent for cellulose nitrate explosive
1848   Pres Polk triggers Gold Rush of '49, confirms Calif gold discovery
1854   Aaron Allen of Boston patents folding theater chair
1859   Dion Boucicault's "Octaroon," premieres in NYC
1861   Gatling gun patented
1862   Battle of Coffeeville, MS
1868   1st American bicycle college opens (NY)
1876   Daniel Stillson (Mass) patents 1st practical pipe wrench
1876   Fire at Brooklyn Theater kills 295, trampled or burned to death
1879   1st automatic telephone switching system patented
1881   47th Congress (1881-83) convenes
1887   Stanley's expedition reaches plateau at Lake Albert Congo
1890   Berlioz' opera "Les Troyens," premieres in Karlsruhe
1892   Anti-semite Hermann Ahlwardt elected to Germany's Reichstag
1893   1st electric car (built in Toronto) could go 15 miles between charges
1894   Georges Feydeaus' "L'h“tel du libre ‚change," premieres in Paris
1896   Henrik Ibsen's "Kejsor og Galileer," premieres in Leipzig
1905   Henry Campbell-Bannermam (Lib) becomes PM of England
1906   British govt-Balfour resigns
1908   1st football uniform numerals used (University of Pittsburgh)
1914   6th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats U of Toronto, 14-2
1918   Oil refinery on Cura‡ao opens
1920   Pro football playoff game Akron & Buffalo 0-0 tie, title undecided
1924   Hamilton Tiger Red Green scores 5 goals to beat Tor Maple Leafs 10-5
1925   13th CFL Grey Cup: Ottawa Senators defeats Win Tammany Tigers, 24-1
1925   German govt of Luther falls
1926   Sergei Eisenstein's "Battleship Potemkin," debuts
1928   England defeats Australia by record 675 runs at Brisbane
1928   MW Miklas elected president of Austria
1929   1st US nudist organization (American League for Physical Culture, NYC)
1931   CFL Grey Cup: Mtl AAA beats Regina, 22-0 at Montreal
1932   German physicist Albert Einstein granted a visa
1933   21st Am ratified, 18th Amendment (Prohibition) repealed (5:32 PM EST)
1935   1st coml hydroponics operation established (Montebello Calif)
1935   National Council of Negro Women forms by Mary McLeod Bethune (NYC)
1936   24th CFL Grey Cup: Sarnia Imperials defeats Ottawa Rough Riders, 26-20
1936   Armenian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR, Georgian SSR, Kazakh SSR & Kirghiz SSR becomes constituent republics of Soviet Union
1941   Football Writers Association of America organized
1941   Patrick Hamilton's "Angel Street," premieres in NYC
1941   Russian anti offensive in Moscow drives out nazi army
1941   Sister Elizabeth Kenny new treatment for infantile paralysis approved
1941   US aircraft carrier Lexington/5 heavy cruisers leave Pearl Harbor
1942   CFL Grey Cup: Tor beats Win RCAF, 8 -5 at Toronto
1942   Seyss-Inquart orders students in nazi-Germany to go work
1942   West Indies chocolate/coffee drop above Netherland
1943   NFL Phila Eagle-Pitts Steeler merger disolves
1944   German troops rob all the silver coin in Utrecht
1945   "Lost Squadron" crashes east of Florida (Bermuda Triangle)
1945   Special Council of Annulment affirms death sentence of Max Blokzijl
1946   Pres Truman creates Committee on Civil Rights by Exec Order #9808
1947   Joe Louis beats Jersey Joe Walcott in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1948   NY Giant Charley Conerly sets NFL record of 36 pass completions
1949   Ezzard Charles defeats Jersey Joe Walcott for heavyweight boxing title
1950   Ezzard Charles KOs Nick Barone in 11 for heavyweight boxing title
1950   Sikkim becomes a protectorate of India
1951   "Dragnet" premieres
1952   -8] worst smog in London ever, 4-8,000 die
1954   KTEW (now KJRH) TV channel 2 in Tulsa, OK (NBC) begins broadcasting
1955   AFL & CIO merge, with George Meany as president
1955   Historic bus boycott begins in Montgomery Alabama by Rosa Parks
1956   Thornton Wilder's "Matchmaker," premieres in NYC
1957   NYC is 1st city to legislate against racial or religious discrimination in housing market (Fair Housing Practices Law)
1957   William Inge's "Dark at the Top of the Stairs," premieres in NYC
1958   Phils drop plans for NY sportcast as Yanks threat to do same in Phila
1958   WTOL TV channel 11 in Toledo, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting
1959   Intikhab Alam bowls Colin McDonald with 1st ball in Tests
1960   Ghana drops diplomatic relations with Belgium
1966   "I Do! I Do!" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 561 performances
1967   Beatles clothing store "Apple" on 94 Baker Street, London, opens
1967   Benjamin Spock & Allen Ginsberg arrested protesting Vietnam war
1968   Rolling Stones release "Beggar's Banquet" LP
1969   US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1970   LA Rams Willie Ellison sets NFL record of 247 yards rushing
1970   Stanley Cup, Conn Smythe Trophy & Bill Masterson trophy stolen from NHL hall of fame
1971   KCBJ (now KMIZ) TV channel 17 in Columbia, MO (ABC) 1st broadcast
1972   38th Heisman Trophy Award: Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska (FL)
1972   Australia Labour party wins parliamentary election
1972   Joseph A Walkers "River Niger," premieres in NYC
1973   Cubs' Ron Santo became 1st baseball player to veto his trade
1973   Dodgers trade Willie Davis to Expos for relief pitcher Mike Marshall
1973   Paul McCartney releases "Band on the Run" album
1974   "Monty Python's Flying Circus" last shown on BBC
1974   1st Wash Cap penalty shot, Tom Williams unsuccessful vs Buff Sabres
1974   1st World Football League Bowl, Birmingham Americans beat Florida
1974   Airport terminal roof collapses killing 17 (Teheran Iran)
1974   Monty Python's final episode airs on BBC
1974   NFL's Seattle Seahawks forms
1974   Oliver Tilden Triangle in the Bronx named
1974   Tom Williams is unsuccessful on Wash Capitals 1st NHL penalty shot
1975   "Me & Bessie" closes at Ambassador Theater NYC after 453 performances
1975   NASA launches space vehicle S-196, it failed
1976   Buffalo Bill OJ Simpson rushes 203 yards
1977   Egypt breaks dipl relations with Syria, Libya, Algeria, Iraq & S Yemen
1978   EG decides establishes EMS, European Monetary System
1978   Free agent Pete Rose signs 4-year, $32 million contract with Phillies
1978   Islanders took 28 shots in 1 period vs Penguins Penguins' Ross Lonsberry failed on 7th penalty shot against Islanders
1978   Phillies Pete Rose becomes highest paid baseball player
1978   Pioneer Venus 1 begins orbiting Venus
1978   Sam Shepard's "Buried Child," premieres in NYC
1979   Ireland premier Jack Lynch resigns
1980   Bank of Canada's Canadian Currency Museum opens
1981   47th Heisman Trophy Award: Marcus Allen, Southern Cal (RB)
1981   56th Australian Women Tennis: Navratilova beats Chris Evert (67 64 75)
1981   France performs nuclear test
1982   Cleve Browns' Brian Sipe sets club record with 33 pass completions
1982   Herschel Walker of Georgia wins Heisman Trophy
1982   Ingrid Berghmans (Neth) retains judo's world championship
1982   Mel Gray ends NFL streak of 121 consecutive game receptions
1982   Seattle Univ Baptist Ch declares sanctuary for Cen Am refugees
1982   USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1983   12 killed by a car bomb shattering 9-story building in west Beirut
1983   LA Dodger pitcher Steve Howe is suspended for 1 year for cocaine use
1984   A's trade Rickey Henderson to Yankees for Jay Howell & Jose Rijo
1984   French colonies killed 10 Kanaken in New Caledonia
1984   Yankees trade catcher Rick Cerone to Braves for pitcher Brian Fisher
1985   Dow Jones Industrial Average rose above 1,500 level for 1st time
1985   Great Britain performs nuclear test
1985   Sam Shepard's "Lie of the Mind," premieres in NYC
1987   53rd Heisman Trophy Award: Tim Brown, Notre Dame (WR)
1987   David Boon's 5th Test Cricket century, 143 v NZ at Brisbane
1987   Sch”nbrunn skates world record 3 km ladies (4:16.76)
1988   NC fed grand jury indict PTL founder Jim Bakker on fraud & conspiracy
1988   Shuttle Atlantis launches world's 1st nuclear-war-fighting satellite
1989   France TGV train reaches world record speed of 482.4 kph
1990   Blue Jays trade F McGriff & T Fernandez to SD for R Alomar & J Carter
1990   Former Noriega aide Luis del Cid pleads guilty
1990   Salman Rushdie, author, ordered to death by Iran for blasphemy, appears in public for 1st time in 2 years
1991   "Catskills on Broadway" opens at Lunt-Fontanne NYC for 452 perfs
1991   Charles Keating Jr (Lincoln Savings & Loan fraud), found guilty
1991   NY Daily News files for protection under chapter 11
1993   "Timon of Athens" closes at Lyceum Theater NYC after 37 performances
1993   82nd Davis Cup: Germany beats Australia in Dusseldorf (4-1)
1993   Astronauts begin repair of Hubble telescope in space
1993   Melissa Mcnamara/Mike Sopringer wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic
1993   Newhart actor William Sanderson (47) weds Sharon Wix (39)
1993   Rafael Caldera elected president of Venezuela
1996   "Dreams & Nightmares," opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC
1996   Players union approves new collective bargaining agreement
1996   Portland's Jermaine O'Neal, 18, becomes youngest NBA player
1997   1st Game at Wash Capitals' MCI Center vs Fla Panthers
1997   STS 87 (Columbia 24) lands

1545   Janus Dousa, [Johan van de Does], Dutch politician/poet
1547   Ubbo Emmius, [van Embden], Dutch-Frisian humanist/historian
1661   Robert Haley, earl of Oxford/English premier (Whig, 1710-14)
1666   Francesco Antonio Nicola Scarlotti, composer
1687   Francesco Xaverio Geminiani, composer
1697   Carlo Arrigoni, composer
1697   Giuseppe de Majo, composer
1724   Joseph Friebert, composer
1782   Martin Van Buren, Kinderhook NY, (D) 8th pres (1837-41)
1786   Henry Drummond, English banker/apostole
1824   Titian James Coffey, Atty Gen (Union), died in 1867
1826   John Benjamin Sanborn, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1904
1830   Christina Rossetti, London, poet (Winter Rain, Passing Away)
1839   George Armstrong Custer, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1876
1844   John Frederick Bridge, composer
1852   Thomas Linnemann Laub, composer
1861   Armando V Diaz, Italian marshal/minister of War (1922-24)
1863   Paul P Painlev‚, French PM (1917, 1925), mathematician [OS]
1867   Antti Aarne, Finnish sociologist (Verzeichnis is der M„rchentypen)
1870   Viteslav Augustin Rudolf Nov k, Slovak composer (Quasi una ballata)
1872   Harry N Pillsbury, US chess player
1878   Arrigo Pedrollo, composer
1880   Alexander Schmuller, Russian/Neth violinist/conductor
1884   Evert Cornelis, Dutch conductor/pianist
1885   Dirk H W Filarski, Dutch painter/lithographer (Bergense School)
1886   Pieter J Old, lawyer/minister of Finance/mayor of Rotterdam (1945-52)
1888   Askell Snorrason, composer
1890   Fritz Lang, Germany, director (M, Metropolis)
1892   Cyril Ring, MA, actor (Body & Soul)
1895   Henri‰tte H Bosmans, Dutch cellist/pianist/composer
1896   (Lady Huxley) Juliette Baillot, author
1896   Willem F M Lampe, Dutch ambassador of the Dutch Antilles
1899   Sonny Boy Williamson, [Aleck Miller], blues player
1901   Grace Moore, US, soprano (One Night to Live)
1901   Hanns Jelinek, composer
1901   Walter Elias Disney, Chicago, animator (Mickey Mouse)
1901   Werner Heisenberg, German physicist/discovered uncertainty (Nobel 32)
1902   [Steve James] Strom Thurmond, (Sen-D/R-SC)
1903   Cecil Frank Powell, England, physicist, discovered pion (Nobel 1950)
1905   Otto Preminger, Austria, director/producer (Laura, Exodus)
1907   Lin Piau, Chinese politician
1910   Abraham L Polonsky, US writer/director (Tell them Willie Boy is Here)
1911   Alfred Manessier, French painter (leaded windows)
1912   Maisie Fitter, editor/conservationist
1915   Carl Donnell "Kansas" Fields, drummer
1915   Margaret Hayes, Balt Md, actress (Robert Montgomery Presents)
1917   Simone Gallimard, publisher
1919   Victor Collin Matthews, businessman
1921   Alvy Moore, actor (Mr Kimball-Green Acres)
1921   George Henderson, priest/politician
1921   Peter Hansen, Oakland Calif, actor (Mr Parkson-Mr Novak, Gen Hospital)
1923   Tendrjakow, writer
1925   Anastasio "Tachito" Somoza Debayle, president of Nicaragua (1967..79)
1926   George Savalas, Bronx NY, actor (Kojak)
1927   Rama IX, [Bhumibol Adulyadej], Mass, king of Thailand (1946- )
1932   Little Richard [Wayne Penniman], Macon Ga, rocker (Tutty Fruity)
1933   Bernard van Beurden, Dutch composer/music educator
1934   Joan Didion, US novelist/journalist (Salvador)
1935   Calvin Trillin, author (New Yorker)
1938   John J Cale, Oklahoma City, rock guitarist (After Midnight)
1939   Frederik van Rossum, composer
1939   Horst Bastian, writer
1941   David Wilson, English contractor/multi-millionaire
1942   Randy Kirby, Chicago Ill, actor (Randy-Girl From UNCLE)
1944   Jeroen Krabb‚, Amsterdam Netherlands, actor (Fugitive)
1945   J W "Corkey" Fornof, New Orleans, stunt coordinator (Octopussy)
1945   Jocelyn, Italian entertainer
1946   Andy Kim, [Andrew Joachim], rocker
1946   Jos‚ Carreras, Barcelona Spain opera tenor (I Lombardi, Three Tenors)
1947   Jim Messina, rocker (Loggins & Messina-Your Mamma Don't Dance)
1947   Jim Plunkett, San Jose, CA, NFL quarterback (New England, Oakland)
1947   Jugderdemidjin Gurragcha, Mongolia, cosmonaut (Soyuz 39)
1949   Bruce E Melnick, NYC, Cmdr USCG/astronaut (STS 41, STS 49)
1949   Lanny [Jerry Lanston] Wadkins Richmond VA, PGA golfer (1972 Sahara)
1949   Lewis Arlt, Kingston NY, actor (Littlest Victims, Ken-Another World)
1951   Morgan Brittany, [Suzanne Cupito], LA Cal, actress (Katherine-Dallas)
1951   Thomas Warren Purtzer, Des Moines IA, PGA golfer (1977 Glen Campbell)
1952   Bobby Barth, rocker vocalist/guitarist (Axe)
1953   Jonathan Lewis, trombonist (Atlantic Star-Touch a 4 Leaf Clover)
1953   Larry Zbyszko, [Living Legend, Whistler], wrestler (WCW/AWA/NWA/WWF)
1954   Kathryn Young, LPGA golfer
1957   Art Monk, NFL wide receiver (Wash Redskins, Phila Eagles)
1957   Charlene Morett, Darby Pa, field hockey left wing (Oly-bronze-1984)
1957   Phil Collen, English heavy-metal guitarist (Def Leppard-Love Bites)
1959   Nikki Gianulias, Vallejo Calif, bowler (LPBT Rookie of Year 1979)
1959   Shirley Furlong, San Antonio TX, LPGA golfer (1988 Lady Keystone Open)
1960   Andrzej Chylinski, NYC, 50k walker (Olympics-26th-96)
1960   Darryl James, Kamloops BC, Canadian Tour golfer (Glenco-1992, 93)
1960   Jack Russell, rocker (Great White-Twice Shy)
1960   John Felton, Kyogle Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)
1960   Les Nemes, rock bassist (Haircut 100)
1962   Connie Needham Newton, Anaheim Calif, actress (Elizabeth-8 is Enough)
1963   Bob Friend, Pittsburgh PA, Nike golfer (1991 Fort Wayne Open)
1963   Carrie Hamilton, Carol Burnett's daughter/actress (Fame)
1964   Pablo Morales, Chic, butterfly swimmer (Oly-3 gold/2 silver-1984, 92)
1966   Bruce Deacon, Ottawa Ontario, marathoner (Olympics-96)
1966   Joseph Barbara, New Symrna Fla, actor (Joe Carlino-Another World)
1966   Linda Hunt, LPGA golfer
1966   Niege Dias, Brazil, tennis star
1966   Patricia Kaas, French pop singer (Mademoiselle Chant)
1967   Ann Schirman, San Diego, WPVA volleyballer (National-17th-1994)
1967   Ren‚ Shuman, [Shumans], rockabilly-bandleader/singer
1968   Lisa Marie [Sliwa], New Brunswick NJ, actress (Mars Attack)
1968   Margaret Cho, actress/comedienne (Face/Off)
1968   Rhett Hall, NFL defensive tackle (Phila Eagles)
1969   Mark Dekker, Zimbabwe cricket opening batsman (1993- )
1970   Heather Crickard, Miss Oklahoma USA (1996)
1970   Kevin Haller, Trochu, NHL defenseman (Phila Flyers)
1970   Susan Sloane, Lexington KY, tennis star
1970   Thomas Smith, NFL cornerback (Buffalo Bills)
1971   Bryan Schwartz, NFL linebacker (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1971   Joe Fleming, CFL defensive end (BC Lions)
1971   Marrio Grier, fullback (New England Patriots)
1972   Cliff Floyd, Chicago IL, outfielder/1st base (Montreal Expos)
1972   Kevin Sally, Richmond Hill Ontario, archer (Olympics-96)
1972   Randolph Ross, Shelby NC, 110m hurdler
1972   Roderick Mullen, NFL defensive back (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
1972   Stanislav Jasecko, hockey defenseman (Team Slovakia 1998)
1973   Corissa Yasen, WNBA forward/guard (Sacramento Monarchs)
1973   Shalom Harlow, Toronto Canada, model (House of Style, Harper's Bazaar)
1977   Michelle Marie Jefferson, Miss Wyoming Teen USA (1996)
1989   Ross Bagley, actor (Nicky-Fresh Prince Of Bel Air)
1994   Emily Marie Estefan, daughter of Gloria & Emilio

1212   Derek II of Are, Bishop of Utrecht (1197-1212), dies
1244   Johanna of Constantinople, countess of Flanders (1205-44), dies
1355   Jan III, duke of Brabant/Limburg, dies
1560   Fran‡ois II, King of France (1559-60), dies at 16
1594   Gerardus Mercator, Flemish philosopher/cartographer, dies at 82
1663   Severo Bonini, composer, dies at 80
1675   John Lightfoot, English theologist (Horae Hebraicae), dies at 73
1745   Christoph Forster, composer, dies at 52
1758   Johann Friedrich Fasch, composer, dies at 70
1770   James Stirling, Scot mathematician (Formula of Stirling), dies at 78
1784   Phillis Wheatley, 1st important black poet in America, dies in Boston
1791   Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composer, dies in Vienna Austria at 35
1799   Robert Kimmerling, composer, dies at 61
1818   Bruno Daalberg/Anonymus Belga, sect of High Council Adel, dies at 60
1835   August v Platen, writer, dies at 39
1842   MJ Auguste Vestrius, French ballet dancers, dies at 82
1853   Johann Peter Heuschkel, composer, dies at 80
1859   Louis Poinsot, French mathematician/instrument maker, dies at 82
1870   A Dumas Da, writer, dies at 68
1886   Peter Hofstede de Groot, Dutch reformed theologist, dies at 84
1891   JKLSBFXvPSMGRG Pedro II of Alcantara, emp of Brazil (1831-89), dies
1902   Henry Stephen Cutler, composer, dies at 78
1916   Hans Richter, composer, dies at 73
1922   Samuel Muller Fzn, Dutch historian/archivist, dies
1925   Wilhelmina E Drucker, [Lensing], Dutch feminist, dies at 78
1928   Johannes F "Johan" Bakker Sr, actor/husband of Truus Soete, dies at 61
1935   Frans, [MJ Fran‡ois] Erens, literary (Years Gone By), dies at 78
1938   Christina "Dina" Koudijs-van Appeldoorn, pianist/composer, dies at 54
1940   Jan Kubelik, composer, dies at 60
1942   Buck Jones, Hollywood's last cowboy hero actor (Headin' East), buried
1951   "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, of baseball's black sox scandal, dies
1955   Paul Harvey, actor (Calamity Jane, Heldorado, Jamboree), dies at 73
1958   Ferdinand Bruckner, writer, dies at 67
1959   K S Duleepsinhji, cricketer (12 Tests for England, 995 runs), dies
1963   Herbert H Lehman, (Gov-D-NY), dies
1963   Karl Amadeus Hartmann, composer, dies at 58
1964   Remy Angenot, Flemish actor (Tailor Wibbel), dies at 70
1966   Sylveer Maes, Belgian bicylist, dies at 57
1968   Fred Clark, actor (Zotz, Auntie Mame), dies of liver ailment at 54
1971   Hugh Wakefield, actress (Blithe Spirit), dies
1974   Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman, tennis player (US Open 1909-11), dies at 87
1974   Henry Wadsworth, actor (Applause, Ceiling Zero), dies at 72
1974   Pietro Germi, actor/director (Serafino, Climax), dies at 60
1975   Jimmy Nervo, actor (Frozen Limits), dies
1980   Don Taylor, cricketer (3 Tests for NZ 1947-56, 159 runs), dies
1983   Robert Aldrich, dir/producer (Last Sunset), dies at 65
1986   Carmol Taylor, country songwriter, dies at 53 of cancer
1987   "Fat" Larry James, US drummer (Fat Larry's Band-Zoom), dies at 38
1989   John M Pritchard, British conductor, dies at 68
1990   Steven Shaw, dies at 25
1991   Aad Mansfield, soccer player/trainer (ADO/Feyenoord/FC Utrecht), dies
1991   Jill Browne, dies at 54
1991   Richard Speck, mass murderer, dies a day before his 50th birthday
1992   Hilary Tindall, dies of cancer at 54
1992   Sergei Aleksandrovich Yemelyanov, Russian cosmonaut, dies at 41
1993   Alexandre Trauber, Hungarian/French set designer (Harem), dies at 87
1993   Arthur Staal, Dutch architect (Shell Tower Amsterdam), dies at 86
1993   Douglas Hopkins, guitarist (Gin Blossoms), dies of gun shot at 32
1994   Harry Horner, Czech/US set designer/director (Our Town), dies at 84
1994   Richard Brian Waring Barton-Chapple, writer, dies at 69
1994   Ronald Ridout, school textbook author, dies at 78
1995   Robert Charles Evans, mountaineer/doctor, dies at 77
1995   Robert Parrish, film director editor/actor (Casino Royale), dies at 79
1995   Victor Collin Matthews, businessman, dies on 76th birthday
1996   Peter Hall, folklorist/musician, dies at 60
1996   Wilf Carter, country singer, dies at 91
1997   Colin Franklin, doctor, dies at 67
1997   Daphne Fielding, socialite/writer, dies at 93

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