Died on this Day
Anniversary Date: 03-Jul
Died on This Day (03-Jul)
Arthur Stanton Eric Johnson was an American comic actor who was best known for his work as a regular on television's Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In.
American comic actor
Jean-Jacques Susini was a French political figure, militant and cofounder of the Organisation armée secrète , a paramilitary organization opposing Algerian independence from France.
Phillip Walsh was an Australian rules footballer and coach.
Australian rules footballer
Andy Samuel Griffith was an American actor, comedian, television producer, southern gospel singer, and writer whose career spanned seven decades in music and television.
Clemens Henricus "Clé" Jeltes was a Dutch sailor and measurer at seven Olympic games.
Dutch yacht racer
Andriyan Grigoryevich Nikolayev was a Soviet cosmonaut.
Ricardo Alonso "Pancho" González , known sometimes as Richard Gonzales, was an American tennis player.
American tennis player
Frank J. Selke
Francis Joseph Aloysius Selke was a Canadian professional ice hockey executive in the National Hockey League.
Canadian ice hockey coach and executive
Joseph Charles Fowell
Joseph Charles Fowell was a prominent Australian 20th century architect.
William C. Gorgas
William Crawford Gorgas KCMG was a United States Army physician and 22nd Surgeon General of the U.
Surgeon General of the United States Army
Richard Swift was an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and short-film maker.
Noel Darleen Neill was an American actress. She played Lois Lane in the film serials Superman and Atom Man vs.
Anthony G. Bosco
Anthony Gerard Bosco was an American prelate of the Catholic Church who served as the third bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, from 1987 to 2004.
Anna Raymond Massey was an English actress. She won a BAFTA Award for the role of Edith Hope in the 1986 TV adaptation of Anita Brookner's novel Hotel du Lac, a role that one of her co-stars, Julia McKenzie, has said "could have been written for her".
Gaylord Anton Nelson was an American politician and environmentalist from Wisconsin who served as a United States Senator and governor.
Harold Lloyd Nicholas was an American dancer specializing in tap.
Maurice Girodias was a French publisher who was the founder of the Olympia Press.
Edwin Cyril "Ed" Johnson was an American Major League Baseball right fielder who played for the Washington Senators in 1920.
American baseball player
James Bolivar Manson
James Bolivar Manson was an artist and worked at the Tate gallery for 25 years, being its Director 1930–1938.
Jacques or Jácome Ratton was a Franco-Portuguese businessman, who was a leading figure in the mainly foreign group of industrialists in 18th century Portugal.
Portuguese noble and businessman