11th January, on this day

0314 St Militiades ends his reign as Catholic Pope
0532 Nika-revolt against Justianus and Theodora in Hippodrome Constantinople
0705 John VI ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1158 Vladislav II of Bohemia becomes king
1558 Westmunster Church in Middelburg destroyed by heavy storm
1569 The first national lottery is held in England. 40,000 lots, at 10 shillings each, go on sale at St. Paul's Cathedral in London
1571 Emperor Maximilian II grants Austrian adel freedom of religion
1599 Jacob van Necks fleet leaves Bantam Java with pepper, clove and muskaat
1672 Isaac Newton is elected a member of Royal Society
1693 Mount Etna erupts in Sicily, Italy
1709 Colley Cibber's "Rival Fools" premieres in London
1753 Ferdinand VI of Spain and Pope Benedictus XIV sign concord
1758 Russian troops occupy Königsberg, East-Prussia
1759 1st American life insurance company incorporated, Philadelphia
1765 Frisia bans Voltaire's "Traité sur la tolérance"
1774 Messier adds M51 (spiral galaxy in Canes Venatici) to his catalog
1775 Francis Salvador becomes 1st Jew elected to office in America (SC)
1787 Titania and Oberon, moons of Uranus, discovered by William Herschel
1790 Statisten and Vonckisten unite as Belgium
1803 Monroe and Livingston sail for Paris to buy New Orleans; they buy Louisiana
1805 Michigan Territory is organized
1813 1st pineapples planted in Hawaii
1839 Earthquake at Martinique destroys half of Port Royal-700 die
1861 Alabama becomes 4th state to secede
1861 Mexico City captured by Juárez (Liberal) in War of the Reform
1863 Naval engagement near Galveston between CSS Alabama and USS Hatteras
1863 Union forces capture Arkansas Post, or Fort Hindman AR
1863 Battle of Hartville
1864 Charing Cross Station opens in London
1865 Battle of Beverly, WV
1866 Steamship London sinks in storm off Land's End England, kills 220
1873 1st livestock market newspaper published, Drover's Journal, Chicago
1879 Zulu war against British colonial rule in South Africa begins
1885 Henrik Ibsen's "Vildauden" premieres in Oslo
1892 Paul Gauguin marries a 13-year-old Tahitian girl
1904 Herero people of South West Africa, now Namibia, begin uprising
1912 Bread and Roses Strike begins
1913 1st sedan-type car (Hudson) goes on display at 13th Auto Show (New York City NY)
1916 World War I: In order to provide a safe area for the thousands of refugees fleeing the fighting in Serbia, French forces take formal military control of the Greek island of Corfu
1919 3 year old German communist party (Spartacus) crushed
1919 Romania annexes Transylvania
1920 French passenger ship Afrique sinks near La Rochelle; 553 die
1922 The first successful use of insulin to treat diabetes. The patient was Leonard Thompson, who was treated at Toronto General Hospital in Canada
1923 French and Belgian troops occupy Ruhr to collect reparations
1935 Amelia Earhart flies from Honolulu HI to Oakland CA (non-stop, of course)
1938 Frances Moulton elected 1st woman president of a US national bank
1940 Sergei Prokofiev's ballet Romeo and Juliet premieres in Leningrad
1942 World War II: Japanese troops seize Kuala Lumpur in Malaya
1943 US and Britain relinquish extraterritorial rights in China
1944 Crakow-Plaszow Concentration Camp established
1945 A truce is negotiated between the British-backed Democratic National Army and the communist rebel National Liberation Front during the Greek Civil War
1946 People's Republic of Albania established
1946 Enver Hoxha declares People's Republic of Albania with himself dictator
1949 Snowfall 1st recorded in Los Angeles
1954 2 ton locomotive swept into ravine by avalanche - 10 die (Austria)
1960 The central African country of Chad declares its independence from France
1960 Lamar Clark sets pro boxing record of 44 consecutive knockouts
1961 Racial riot at University of Georgia
1962 Mandela leaves South Africa, travels to Ethiopia, Algeria and England
1962 An avalanche buries a village in the Peruvian Andes, with reports on the death toll ranging from 2,000 to 3,000 people
1963 Beatles release "Please Please Me" and "Ask Me Why"
1963 1st discotheque opens, The Whiskey-a-go-go in Los Angeles CA
1964 US Surgeon General Luther Terry reports that smoking may be hazardous
1964 Panamá ends diplomatic relations with US
1966 550 die in landslides in mountains behind Rio de Janeiro after rain
1967 Romeinse Curie installs Council for Pontifical Study commission
1968 Explorer 36 (GEOS-B) launched into earth orbit (1080/1570 km)
1969 Jethro Tull's This Was Jethro Tull album debuts
1971 1st "Quickie" Divorce granted in UK
1972 Abu Sayeed Chudhury becomes president and sheik Mujib ur-Rahman premier
1972 East-Pakistan becomes independent state of Bangladesh
1973 In Britain, the first students of the Open University receive their graduation certificates
1973 Trial of the Watergate burglars begins in Washington DC
1975 Soyuz 17 carries 2 cosmonauts to space station Salyut 4
1976 Military coup in Ecuador, President Guillermo Lara leaves
1976 Stephen Sondheim's musical "Pacific Overtures" premieres in New York City NY
1977 France releases Abu Daoud, a Palestinian suspected of involvement in the massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics
1978 Soyuz 27 links with Salyut 6 and Soyuz 26 (1st time 3 spacecraft link)
1980 Debut of the Pretenders
1981 British team led by Ranulph Fiennes completes longest and fastest crossing of Antarctica, reaching Scott base after 75 days (2,500 miles)
1984 Supreme Court reinstated $10M award to Karen Silkwood's family
1988 USSR announces it will participate in the Seoul Summer Olympics
1989 After eight years as President of the United States, Ronald Reagan gives his farewell address to the American people. In particular, Reagan emphasises the foreign policy achievements of his administration
1989 140 nations agree to ban chemical weapons (poison gas, etc)
1990 200,000 demand return of Lithuania's independence
1991 Congress empowers Bush to order attack on Iraq
1991 Soviets storm buildings in Vilnius to block Lithuania independence
1992 Algeria's President Chadli announces his resignation
1993 British Airways is forced into an embarrassing climb-down in relation to a campaign of 'dirty tricks' it launched against rival airline Virgin Atlantic. BA is forced to pay damages to both Virgin Atlantic and its boss Richard Branson
1993 Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot publicly returns to politics
1994 Irish government announces end of a 20-year broadcasting ban on IRA
1995 DC-9 crashes near Maria La Baya, Colombia 51 die, 9 yr old girl lives
1998 More than 100 people are killed in two villages in Algeria. The attacks, which took place south of the capital Algiers, are alleged to have been perpetrated by Islamic extremists
2001 The Federal Trade Commission approves the merger of AOL and Time Warner to form AOL Time Warner.

11th January 2006

Blair threatens UN action on Iran

UN warning over Turkey bird flu

Nine stabbed in Moscow synagogue

11th January 2007

US to target anti-Iraq activity

Somali raids miss terror suspects

Peace activists target Guantanamo

11th January 2008

Thousands flee Zambezi flooding

Interpol's head 'to be charged'

Bush heads for Gulf state talks

11th January 2009

Indonesian ferry sinks in storm

Pakistan border clash 'kills 46'

Israel is 'nearing Gaza goals'

11th January 2010

6 soldiers killed in Afghanistan

Israel to construct barrier along Egyptian border

Berlusconi returns to public duties

Birthdates which occurred on 11th January :

1403 Jan IV Duke of Brabant/Limburg
1449 Domenico Ghirlandajo Italy, renaissance painter
1503 Francesco Parmigianino Italian artist (Madonna with the Long Neck)
1703 Columban Praelisauer composer
1720 Gijsbert John van Hardenbroeck Utrechts regent
1727 Franz Sebastian Haindl composer
1732 Pehr Forskåhl Finish botanist
1746 Frantisek Adam Mica composer
1746 William Curtis English botanist/publisher (Botanical Magazine)
1750 Johann Jakob Walder composer
1757 Alexander Hamilton West Indies, 1st US Secretary of Treasury ($10 face)
1801 John Lodge Ellerton composer
1807 Ezra Cornell founder (Western Union Telegraph, Cornell University)
1807 Alfred Eugene "Mudwall" Jackson Brigadier General (Confederate Army)
1808 Antoine GB Schayes Belgian historian/archaeologist
1814 James Paget English surgeon (disease of Paget)
1814 Richard Griffith Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1862
1815 Sir John A MacDonald (C) 1st PM of Canada (1867-73)
1816 Fitz-Henry Warren Brevet Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1878
1818 John Reese Kenly Brevet Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1891
1831 James Ronald Chalmers Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1898
1839 Eugenio Maria de Hostos Puerto Rico, patriot/scholar
1842 William James US, psychologist/philosopher
1849 Oskar Lassar German dermatologist (bath house)
1850 J C Arthur Lowville NY, botanist (studied rusts)
1850 Philipp la Renotiere von Ferrary famous philatelist
1852 Konstantin Fehrenbach German chancellor (1920-21)
1853 Gustav Falke German author/poet (Der Mann im Nebel)
1856 Christian August Sinding Kongsberg Norway, composer
1857 Fred[erick J] Archer English jockey (won 5 Derbys)
1859 [Gerard] Jan Ligthart Dutch educator (Nog bij mother, Ot & Sien)
1860 Marie Bashkirtseff Russian/French painter/author (Journal)
1864 Thomas Dixon US attorney/playwright (Flaming Sword)
1872 Paul Graener composer
1873 Joaquín Alvarez Quintéro Spanish dramatist/playwright (Los Galeotes)
1875 Reinhold Gliere Kiev Ukraine, composer
1878 Theodorus Pangalos Greek General /dictator (1926)
1879 Antonio Beltramelli writer
1880 Rudolf T Palm Curaçao, pianist/composer
1885 Alice Paul ERA advocate/founder (National Woman's Party)
1886 George Zucco England, actor (Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Captain Fury)
1887 Aldo Leopold founder (Wilderness Society)
1888 Chester Conklin Oskaloosa IA, actor (Every Day's a Holiday, Greed)
1890 Monte Blue Indianapolis IN, silent film actor (Montana, Oh Boy)
1894 Jaroslav Vogel composer
1896 Paddy Driscoll NFL QB/coach (Chicago Cardinals, Bears)
1898 Hans Rudolf Krik Danish writer/critic (Fiskerne, Slaven)
1899 Eva LeGallienne actress/director (Resurrection)
19-- Christian Jacobs Rexburg ID, actor (Maggie, Gloria, Exile)
19-- Stan Ivar Brooklyn NY, actor (Daniel Scott-Days of Our Lives, John-Little House on the Prairie)
1901 Andries D Copier Dutch glass manufacturer (Gildeglass)
1902 Maurice Durufle French organist/composer
1903 Alan Paton South Africa, writer (Cry, the Beloved Country)
1904 Frederick Boland Irish diplomat/President (UN General Assembly)
1905 John Henry Jacques co-operative retailer
1905 Manfred Bonnington Lee detective writer (½ of Ellery Queen)
1905 Pierre Mendes-France French Premier (1954-55)
1906 Albert Hofmann Switzerland, chemist (discovered LSD)
1906 Johannes Paul Thilman composer
1906 Robert Nesbitt impresario
1908 Lionel Stander New York City NY, actor (Max-Hart to Hart, Unfaithfully Yours)
1909 Gunnar Johnsen Berg composer
1909 Marguerite Kelsey English model/painter (Haunting)
1910 Izler Solomon St Paul MN, conductor
1910 Trygve Martin Bratteli Norwegian PM (Labour) (1971-72, 1973-76)
1912 Donald Barry Houston TX, actor (Mr Gallo-Mr Novak)
1912 Roger Lewis aviation exec (Lockheed, Curtiss Wright, Pan Am)
1912 Thomas "Schoolboy" Rowe Waco TX, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)
1914 Dorothy Jeakins costume designer
1916 Bernard Blier Buenos Aires Argentina, actor (Les Miserables)
1916 James H [Jimmy] Quillen (Representative-R-TN, 1963- )
1918 Albert Weisser composer
1919 Veda Ann Borg Boston MA, actress (Avalanche, Accomplice)
1920 John Powell campaigner
1922 Tony Charmoli Minnesota, choreographer (Cher, Julie Andrew)
1922 Kathleen Byron London England, actress (Abdication, Profile, 4 Days)
1922 Neville Duke English test pilot
1924 Don Cherry Wichita Texas, singer (Dean Martin Summer Show)
1924 Slim Harpo musician
1926 Grant Tinker broadcasting executive (NBC-TV)
1926 Alexander Gibson conductor
1926 Elisabeth M J "Elly" Bakker Dutch actress (The Miser)
1926 Lev Stepanovich Demin Russia, cosmonaut (Soyuz 15)
1926 Phil Sidey broadcaster
1927 John Hayes cricketer (New Zealand fast bowler in 15 Tests 1951-58)
1927 Wilton "Bogey" Gaynair saxophonist
1928 David L Wolper producer (Devil's Brigade)
1928 Mitchell Ryan Cincinnati OH, actor (Chase, Executive Suite)
1929 Rod Taylor Sydney Australia, actor (Bearcats, Time Machine)
1929 Wanda Wilkomirska Warsaw, Poland, violinist
1929 Nicoletta Orsomando
1931 Ed Hall Roxbury MA, actor (Dr Bicker-Medical Center)
1933 Goldie Hill Karnes County TX, country singer (Grand Ole Opry)
1934 Jean Chrétien Canada PM (Liberal, 1993- )
1935 Chuck Barksdale US singer (Dells-I Can Sing a Rainbow)
1936 Linda Lawson Ann Arbor MI, actress (Don't Call Me Charlie)
1936 Meindert Leerling Dutch TV director/MP (RPF)
1938 Fischer S Black Jr financial theorist
1938 Michael Fenn docker/socialist
1938 Narvel Felts country singer
1939 Anne Heggtveigt Canada, slalom (Olympics-gold-1960)
1940 Mark DeVoto composer
1942 Clarence Clemons rock saxophonist (Bruce Springsteen's E St Band)
1943 William Albert Penn composer
1944 Henry Cecil British organizer
1944 York Georg Holler composer
1945 Christine Kaufmann Austria, actress (Town Without Pity, Red Lips)
1946 Ludmila Poradnik USSR, team handball (Olympics-gold-1976, 80)
1946 Naomi Judd [Diana Ellen], Ashland KY, singer (Judds-Why Not Me)
1946 Tony Kaye rocker (Yes)
1947 Anna Calder-Marshall Kensington England, actress (Zulu Dawn)
1948 Madeline Manning-Jackson-Mimms US 800m runner (Olympics-gold-1968)
1949 Caskey Swaim Lexington NC, actor (Sergeant Fitz-Project UFO, Friday the 13th Part V)
1949 Tom Netherton Munich Germany, singer (Lawrence Welk Show)
1949 [Frederick] Dennis Greene rocker (Sha Na Na-Shannon)
1952 Ben Daniel Crenshaw Austin TX, PGA golfer (1974 Rookie of Year, 1976 Bing Crosby)
1952 Lee Ritenour Los Angeles CA, jazz musician
1952 Massimo Lopez Italian comedian
1953 Anna Marchesini Italian entertainer
1954 Saskia ten Batenburg Dutch actress (Factory, Hunk)
1956 Kuniaki Kobayashi wrestler (WAR/NJPW)
1957 Bryan Robson English international soccer star
1957 Darryl Dawkins NBA center (Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Nets)
1958 Lourdes Ann Kananimanu Estores Honolulu HI, playmate (June 1982)
1958 Vicki Peterson Los Angeles CA, rock guitarist/vocalist (Bangles)
1959 Brett Bodine auto racer
1960 Vicki Peterson Los Angeles CA, rocker (Bangles-Walk Like an Egyptian)
1961 Paul Skansi NFL wide receiver (Seattle Seahawks)
1962 Donn Pall Evergreen Park IL, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies, Florida Marlins)
1962 Julie Moran TV hostess (Entertainment Tonight, Independence Day)
1962 Kim Coles Brooklyn NY, actress (Synclaire-Living Single)
1963 Jason Connery London England, actor (Robin Hood)
1963 Kate Gompert Ames IA, tennis star
1963 Petra Schneider E German swimming star (world record 400m)
1963 Tracy Caulkins Winona MN, swimmer (Olympics-3 gold-1984)
1965 Olivia Barash Miami FL, actress (Laura-Out of the Blue)
1965 Barbara Belding San Diego CA, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-17th-1994)
1965 Joely Richardson London England, actress (Body Contact, Wetherby)
1965 Karl Van Calcar Torrance CA, 3k steeplechase
1965 Loredana Romito Benevento Italy, model/actress (Fatal Temptation)
1965 Steve Vancil Oregon City Ore, golfer (1989 City of Portland)
1966 Christian Pouget hockey forward (Team France 1998)
1967 Jeff Bankett Pittsburgh PA, actor (Tyler-1 Life to Live)
1967 Richmond Webb NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins)
1967 Ronnie Stern St-Agathe, NHL right wing (Calgary Flames)
1968 Sharon Brown New York City NY, actress (Chantal-Generations)
1968 Ben Rivera Dominican/US baseball pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)
1969 Darren Anderson NFL cornerback (Kansas City Chiefs)
1969 Dave Cruikshank Northbrook IL, speed skater (Olympics-1994)
1969 Frank Robinson WLAF defensive back (Scottish Claymores)
1969 Reemt Pyka hockey forward (Team Germany 1998)
1970 Franco Davin Argentina, tennis star
1971 Alexander Delgado Palmerejo Venezuela, catcher (Boston Red Sox)
1971 Karmeeleyah McGill WLAF linebacker (Scottish Claymores)
1971 Mary J Blige singer
1971 Noah Cantor CFL defensive tackle (Toronto Argonauts)
1971 Stephen Smith Indianapolis IN, high jumper
1972 Amber Medlin Virginia Beach VA, Miss Virginia-America (1995)
1972 Dexter Seigler NFL cornerback (Seattle Seahawks)
1972 Huub Loeffen Dutch soccer player (Vitesse)
1972 Rey Ordonez Havana Cuba, infielder (New York Mets)
1972 Yang Wenyi Chinese swim star (WR/OR 50m freestyle)
1973 Dave Dickenson CFL quarterback (Calgary Stampeders)
1973 Rahul Dravid cricket batter (prolific Karnataka, Tests for India 96)
1974 Rosenkowitz sextuplets Cape Town South Africa (1st known to survive infancy)
1974 Echo Leta Johnson Austin TX, playmate (Jan, 1993)
1974 Goran Lozanovski Australian soccer midfielder (Olyroos, Olympics-96)
1974 Rod Jones NFL guard (Cincinnati Bengals)
1974 Toderick Malone WLAF wide receiver (London Monarchs)
1974 Warren Morris Alexandria LA, baseball infielder (Olympics-bronze-96)
1975 Brad Badger guard (Washington Redskins)
1975 Jacky Verbeek Dutch soccer player (RKC)
1975 Rory Fitzpatrick Rochester, NHL defenseman (Montréal Canadiens)
1988 Alexandria L'Esperance quintuplet
1988 Danielle L'Esperance quintuplet
1988 Erica L'Esperance quintuplet
1988 Raymond L'Esperance quintuplet
1988 Veronica L'Esperance quintuplet


Deaths which occurred on January 11:
0705 John VI Catholic Pope (701-05), dies
1055 Constantine IX Monomachos emperor of Byzantium, dies
1552 Johannes Cochlaeus [Dobeneck], German humanist/theologist, dies
1641 Franciscus Gomarus [François Gomaer], French theologist, dies
1650 Paul Hallman composer, dies at 49
1674 Jan Zoet actor/playwright/poet (Brutal-Roffel), dies at 58
1753 Hans Sloane English physician (British Museum), dies at 92
1771 Jean-Baptiste de Boyer marquis d'Argens, French author, dies at 66
1775 Yemelyan Pugachov Don Cossack rebel, executed by tsarist Russia
1784 Ferdinand Philipp Joseph Lobkowitz composer, dies at 59
1797 Francis Lightfoot Lee US farmer (signer Declaration of Independence), dies at 62
1801 Domenico Cimarosa Italian composer (Matrimonio segreto), dies at 51
1837 François Gérard French baron/painter, dies at 66
1837 John Field Irish pianist/composer (Nocturnes), dies at 54
1843 Francis Scott Key composer (Star Spangled Banner), dies at 63
1847 Caroline von Wolzogen [von Lengefeld] German author, dies at 83
1856 Nikolai I Nadezjdin Russian archaeologist, dies
1870 Adolf Ganz composer, dies at 73
1877 Pietro Romani composer, dies at 85
1891 Georges-Eugène Haussmann French senator/baron, dies at 81
1893 Benjamin F Butler US General /presidential candidate (anti-monopoly), dies at 74
1898 Gaetano Capocci composer, dies at 86
1901 Vasily Sergeyevich Kalinnikov composer, dies at 34
1902 Johnny Briggs cricketer (118 wickets for England), dies in an asylum
1914 Ambrose Bierce writer, dies at 71
1923 Constantine I king of Greece (1913-17, 20-22), dies at 54
1928 Thomas Hardy novelist (Maddening Crowd), dies at his home near Dorchester at 87
1929 Julio Antonio Mella Cuban revolutionary, murdered at about 28
1931 Oscar Fetras composer, dies at 76
1943 Carlo Tresca NY's Italian newspaper editor/anti-fascist, murdered
1944 Galeazzo count of Cortellazzo Ciano Italian politician, dies
1945 Ada Negri Italian poet/author (Fatalità), dies at 74
1950 Karin Michaelis writer, dies at 77
1952 Jean de Lattre de Tassigny General (North-Africa/Indo-China), dies at 61
1953 Ernst H Ridder Rappard Dutch Nazi founder (NSNAP), dies at 53
1953 Marcel Canneel Flemish painter, dies at 58
1953 Noach Zjordanija Georgian Premier (1918-21), dies at 84
1954 Edgar Tytgat Flemish painter/etcher/drawer, dies at 77
1954 Emmy Arbous Dutch actress/cabaret performer (Boefje), dies at 56
1954 Oscar Straus Austrian composer (Brave Soldier), dies at 83
1955 Rodolfo Graziani Italian East-Africa Minister of Defense, dies at 72
1958 Alec Rowley composer, dies at 65
1959 Dr Mohammed Zakaria Ghonein discoverer of 6,000 year old pyramid, dies
1960 Johan E Elias Dutch historian (Elias Family), dies at 84
1963 Arthur D Nock English/Americans historian (St Paul), dies at 60
1966 Albert Giacometti Swiss/French painter/sculptor, dies at 64
1966 Lal Bahadur Shastri Indian premier (1964-66), dies at 61
1973 Isabel Randolph actress (Missing Corpse), dies at 83
1973 Rudolf Kubin composer, dies a day after 64th birthday
1976 Mervyn Grell cricketer (Test West Indies vs England 1930, 21 & 13, 0-17), dies
1978 Michael Bates actor (Clockwork Orange, Salt & Pepper), dies at 57
1979 Jack Soo actor (Nick Yemana-Barney Miller, Green Berets), dies at 63
1981 Beulah Bondi actress (It's a Wonderful Life), dies at 91
1983 Nikolaj V Podgorny president USSR, dies at 79
1984 Jack La Rue TV narrator (Lights Out), dies at 84
1984 Fritz Geissler composer, dies at 62
1988 Gregory (Pappy) Boyington ace WWII pilot, dies at 75 of cancer
1988 Isidor Isaac Rabi nuclear physicist (Nobel Prize-1944), dies at 89
1990 Mary Jane Carr actress (Forbidden Trail, Second Wife), dies
1991 Jason Christmas dies of gunshot wound during robbery in New York at 49
1993 Lacey Fosburgh author (Closing Time), dies of breast cancer at 50
1994 John Bradley raised US flag at Iwo Jima, dies at 70
1994 Roger "Ram" Ramirez jazz piano player/composer, dies at 80
1995 Adrian J "Ad" Kaland Dutch MP (CDA 1977-93), dies at 72
1995 John AG Gere English art historian (Raphael & his Circle), dies at 73
1995 Onat Kutlar Turkish screenplay/producer (Hazal), murdered at 59
1995 Willem N "Pim" Koot pianist (Concert Building), dies at 76
1996 Eric Hebborn artist/faker, dies at 61
1996 Harold Walter Bailey philologist, dies at 96>>
1996 Hubert Nicholson poet/novelist, dies at 87
1996 Ike Isaacs guitarist, dies at 76
1997 Cavan O'Connor singer, dies at 97
1997 Duncan Wood television director/producer, dies at 71
1997 Helen Foster Snow writer, dies at 89
1997 Joshua William Steward polymath, dies at 83
1997 Sheldon Leonard producer/director (Dick Van Dyke), dies at 89
1998 Klaus Tennstedt conductor, dies at 71

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