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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Theo Albrecht
Business
28-Mar-1922 24-Jul-2010 World's 20th richest man, 2005
Atahualpa
Royalty
c. 1502 29-Aug-1533 Incan king ransomed, killed by Pizarro
A. Bruce Bielaski
Government
1884 Feb-1964 FBI Director 1912-19
Boabdil
Royalty
c. 1459 1527 Last sultan of Granada
Julius Caesar
Head of State
13-Jul-100 BC 15-Mar-44 BC Roman Dictator 45 BC until 44 BC
Miguel de Cervantes
Novelist
29-Sep-1547 22-Apr-1616 Don Quixote
Charles, duc d'Orléans
Poet
24-Nov-1394 4-Jan-1465 Medieval French courtly poet
Geoffrey Chaucer
Author
c. 1343 25-Oct-1400 Canterbury Tales
Chuck Geschke
Business
11-Sep-1939   Co-Founder of Adobe
Patty Hearst
Victim
20-Feb-1954   Kidnapped by SLA
Jean II
Royalty
16-Apr-1319 8-Apr-1364 King of France, 1350-64
Charles Lindbergh, Jr.
Victim
22-Jun-1930 Mar-1932 The Lindbergh Baby
Louis IX
Royalty
25-Apr-1214 25-Aug-1270 King of France, 1229-70
Margaret of Anjou
Royalty
23-Mar-1430 25-Aug-1482 Consort of English King Henry VI
Aimee Semple McPherson
Religion
9-Oct-1890 27-Sep-1944 Evangelist, faith healer
Raimondo Montecuccoli
Aristocrat
21-Feb-1609 16-Oct-1680 17th century military genius
Sir Henry Percy
Military
20-Mar-1364 21-Jul-1403 Hotspur
Phaedo
Philosopher
c. 415 BC ? Founded a school in Elis
Rajkumar
Actor
24-Apr-1928 12-Apr-2006 Kannada megastar kidnapped by Veerappan
JonBenét Ramsey
Victim
6-Aug-1990 26-Dec-1996 6-year-old murdered pageant winner
King Richard the Lionheart
Head of State
8-Sep-1157 6-Apr-1199 King of England, 1189-99
Frank Sinatra, Jr.
Singer
10-Jan-1944   Son of Frank
Eugene C. Sit
Business
8-Aug-1938 24-Jun-2008 Sit Investment Associates
Sir Thomas Wyat
Poet
1503 6-Oct-1542 Introduced sonnet to England


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