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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Follen Adams
Poet
21-Apr-1842 8-Mar-1918 Leedle Yawcob Strauss
Sheldon Adelson
Business
1-Aug-1933   Las Vegas billionaire
Ray Bolger
Actor
10-Jan-1904 15-Jan-1987 The Wizard of Oz Scarecrow
George Phillips Bond
Astronomer
20-May-1825 17-Feb-1865 Father of astrophotography
Edward Channing
Historian
15-Jun-1856 7-Jan-1931 A History of the United States
Ruth Channing
Actor
2-Jan-1908   The Merry Widow
Kevin Chapman
Actor
?   Det. Fusco on Person of Interest
Buddy Clark
Singer
26-Jul-1912 1-Oct-1949 How Are Things in Glocca Mora
Richard A. Clarke
Government
1951   Former US counter-terrorism czar
James B. Conant
Educator
26-Mar-1893 11-Feb-1978 President of Harvard, 1933-53
Edward Everett
Politician
11-Apr-1794 15-Jan-1865 Governor of Massachuetts, 1836-40
Childe Hassam
Painter
17-Oct-1859 27-Aug-1935 American impressionist, one of "The Ten"
John King
Journalist
30-Aug-1963   CNN Chief National Correspondent
Dennis Lehane
Novelist
4-Aug-1965   Mystic River
Increase Mather
Religion
21-Jun-1639 23-Aug-1723 Massachusetts Puritan leader
Neal McDonough
Actor
13-Feb-1966   Medical Investigation, Boomtown
John Lothrop Motley
Diplomat
15-Apr-1814 29-May-1877 The Rise of the Dutch Republic
William Rosenberg
Business
10-Jun-1916 20-Sep-2002 Founder of Dunkin' Donuts
Paul Shanley
Religion
25-Jan-1931   Molesting priest
Donnie Wahlberg
Singer
17-Aug-1969   New Kids on the Block
Mark Wahlberg
Actor
5-Jun-1971   Formerly of the Funky Bunch



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