Died on this Day
Anniversary Date: 01-Dec
Died on This Day (01-Dec)
Shelley Morrison was an American theater and television actress.
Joseph Nathan McKnight Jr. was an American football running back and return specialist who played in the National Football League and Canadian Football League .
American football running back
Charles H. Price II
Charles Harry Price II was a prominent American businessman and ambassador of the United States.
Adriaan Blaauw was a Dutch astronomer. Blaauw was born in Amsterdam to Cornelis Blaauw and Gesina Clasina Zwart, and studied at Leiden University and the University of Groningen, obtaining his doctorate at the latter in 1946.
Andrew Leo Bettwy
Andrew Leo Bettwy , a Republican, served as Arizona State Land Commissioner from 1970 to 1978 under four Arizona governors.
Recipient of the Purple Heart medal
David Arthur McNally was an American professional baseball player.
American professional baseball player
Colin Edward Livingstone Tapley was a New Zealand actor in both American and British films.
Kenshiro Abbe was a prominent Japanese master of judo, aikido, and kendo.
Jacob Nelson Fox was an American professional baseball player.
American baseball player and coach
Anton Dostler was a German General of the Infantry who was executed after the end of World War II for war crimes.
Kenneth Ronald Berry was an American actor, dancer and singer.
Antônio Lino da Silva Dinis
Antônio Lino da Silva Dinis was a Portuguese-born Brazilian Roman Catholic bishop.
Portuguese Brazilian Roman Catholic bishop
Christa Wolf ; née Ihlenfeld; 18 March 1929 – 1 December 2011) was a German novelist and essayist.
German literary critic, novelist, and essayist
Jack Colvin was an American character actor of theatre, film and TV.
American character actor of theatre, film and TV
Eugenio Monti was an Italian bobsledder and alpine skier.
Howard Frederick Yerges, Jr. was an American football player who played quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team in 1943 and the University of Michigan Wolverines football teams from 1944 to 1947.
College football player
Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit was an Indian diplomat and politician who was the first female elected to 6th Governor of Maharashtra and president of the United Nations General Assembly.
Indian diplomat and politician
Thomas Robert Mason was an American chiropractor, who was best known for appearing in films directed by Ed Wood.
Bartolomeo Aimo was an Italian professional road bicycle racer.
Road bicycle racer
Giambettino Cignaroli was an Italian painter of the Rococo and early Neoclassic period.