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J. Delano Ellis

Jesse Delano Ellis II, known as J. Delano Ellis, was a leader in African American Pentecostalism in the United States. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was the founding president/chairman and Archbishop Metropolitan of the Joint Coll ...

                                               

Sammy Ellis

Samuel Joseph Ellis was an American professional baseball pitcher. He played in Major League Baseball for the Cincinnati Reds, California Angels, and Chicago White Sox. He was born in Youngstown, Ohio. His career began in the early 1960s. He reti ...

                                               

Nancy Walker Bush Ellis

Nancy Walker Bush Ellis was an American environmentalist and political campaigner. Bush Ellis was born in Milton, Massachusetts. She was the only sister of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush, and aunt of both former President George W. Bush ...

                                               

Harlan Ellison

Harlan Jay Ellison was an award-winning American writer of short stories, novellas, teleplays, essays, and criticism. His most famous work is in the science fiction area, where he won many Hugo and Nebula awards. Ellison died from cardiac arrest ...

                                               

Kevin Ellison (American football)

Kevin Marcus Ellison was an American football safety. He was born in Inglewood, California. He last played for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League. He was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL Draft ...

                                               

Oliver Ellsworth

Oliver Ellsworth was an American lawyer and politician. He was against British rule, a drafter of the United States Constitution, United States Senator from Connecticut, and the third Chief Justice of the United States. While at the Federal Conve ...

                                               

Claudia Emerson

Claudia Emerson was an American poet. She won the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for her poetry collection Late Wife. She was named the Poet Laureate of Virginia by Governor Tim Kaine in 2008. Emerson was born in Chatham, Virginia. Emerson died in Richmond, ...

                                               

Dick Enberg

Richard Alan Dick Enberg was an American sportscaster. He was the voice of the San Diego Padres. He also announced or hosted the Tournament of Roses Parade for many years, sometimes with the help of family members. Enberg was born in Mount Clemen ...

                                               

Joseph Engelberger

Joseph Frederick Engelberger was an American physicist, engineer and entrepreneur. Engelberger created the first industrial robot in the United States, the Unimate, in the 1950s. He was born in Brooklyn, New York. Later, he worked as entrepreneur ...

                                               

Scott English

Scott English was an American songwriter and record producer. He was born in New York City. English was best known as the co-writer of "Brandy" with Richard Kerr. This song became a No. 1 hit for Barry Manilow in 1974, under the revised title of ...

                                               

Ethel Ennis

Ethel Llewellyn Ennis was an American jazz singer. She was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She was known as the "First Lady of Jazz".

                                               

Nora Ephron

Nora Ephron was an American movie director, producer and novelist. Ephron was the eldest of the four daughters of writers Henry Ephron and Phoebe Ephron. Her sisters are Delia Ephron, Hallie Ephron and Amy Ephron. Nora Ephron was born in New York ...

                                               

Santiago J. Erevia

Santiago Jesus Erevia was an American U.S. Army-veteran. He was born in Nordheim, Texas. Erevia served in the Vietnam War starting at the age of 22. In 1970, Erevia left active service with a two-year reserve obligation. In 1972 he joined the Tex ...

                                               

Roky Erickson

Roger Kynard "Roky" Erickson was an American singer-songwriter, harmonica player, and guitarist. He was born in Austin, Texas. He was a founding member of The 13th Floor Elevators and a known musician of the psychedelic rock genre. Erickson died ...

                                               

Alexander Esenin-Volpin

Alexander Sergeyevich Esenin-Volpin was a Soviet-born American poet and mathematician. He was a known dissident, political prisoner and a leader of the Soviet human rights movement. He spent a total of fourteen years incarcerated and repressed by ...

                                               

David Esterly

David Esterly was an American limewood carver, self-described sculptor and writer. He was known for his naturalistic style of the British carver Grinling Gibbons. He was born in Akron, Ohio. Esterly’s own carving began as decorative foliage work. ...

                                               

Etika

Desmond Daniel Amofah, better known online as Etika, was an American YouTuber, live-streamer and model. He was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was best known for his reactions to many Nintendo products and games. Amofah was reported missing on Jun ...

                                               

March Fong Eu

March Kong Fong Eu was an American politician. She was a member of the California State Assembly and went on to serve as Secretary of State of California. She was born in Oakdale, California. She served under the governships on Jerry Brown, Pete ...

                                               

Austin Eubanks

Stephen Austin Eubanks was an American motivational speaker. He was a survivor of the Columbine High School massacre in 1999. He was shot in his hand and knee by shooter Dylan Klebold, and his friend Corey DePooter was murdered in the shooting. A ...

                                               

Harold Evans

Sir Harold Matthew Evans was a British-American journalist and writer. He was editor of The Sunday Times from 1967 to 1981. He also worked for U.S. News & World Report, The Atlantic Monthly, and the New York Daily News. In 1986, he founded Conde ...

                                               

Rachel Held Evans

Rachel Grace Held Evans was an American Christian columnist, blogger and author. Her book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood, was on The New York Times e-book non-fiction best-seller list. She also wrote for The Washington Post and Vox. In total, she ...

                                               

Robert Evans

Robert Evans was an American movie producer and studio executive. He was best known for his work on Rosemarys Baby, Love Story, The Godfather, and Chinatown. Evans died on October 26, 2019 at his home in Beverly Hills, California from stroke-rela ...

                                               

Ronald Evans (astronaut)

Ronald Ellwin Evans Jr., was an American naval officer and aviator, electrical engineer, aeronautical engineer, and NASA astronaut. He was one of 24 people to have flown to the Moon.

                                               

Edward Everett

Edward Everett was an American politician, religious leader and educator from Massachusetts. He was a Whig. He served as U.S. Representative, and U.S. Senator, the 15th Governor of Massachusetts, Minister to Great Britain, and United States Secre ...

                                               

Charles Evers

James Charles Evers was an American civil rights activist. In 1969, he became the first African American since the Reconstruction era to have been elected as mayor in a Mississippi city. He served as mayor of Fayette in Jefferson County. Thereaft ...

                                               

Edgar de Evia

Edgar Domingo Evia y Joutard was a Mexican-born American photographer. He took photos for Town & Country, House & Garden, Look, and The New York Times Magazine. Evia was born on July 30, 1910 in Merida, Yucatan. His father was Mexican, and his mo ...

                                               

Gordon Faber

Gordon C. Faber was an American politician and businessman from the U.S. state of Oregon. He was born in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, he grew up in Hillsboro, Oregon. He joined the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War and was a small business owner ...

                                               

Richard Fagan

Richard Fagan was an American songwriter and musician. He had six top ten singles and 18 charted singles on the Billboard Country charts. Fagans songs have been recorded by Neil Diamond, George Strait, John Michael Montgomery, Clay Walker, Ricoch ...

                                               

Cassius Fairchild

Cassius Fairchild was a Wisconsin businessman, politician, and military officer. he was born in Franklin Mills, Ohio. Fairchild was educated mostly in Ohio. His father was Jairus C. Fairchild, who was the first Treasurer of Wisconsin and the firs ...

                                               

Jairus C. Fairchild

Fairchild was born in Granville, New York. He moved to Hudson, Ohio and became a merchant. Later he would move to Franklin Mills, Ohio for a short time. While there he operated a tannery before moving to Cleveland around 1834. He then moved to Mi ...

                                               

Bernice Falk Haydu

Bernice "Bee" Falk Haydu was an American aviator. She was a Women Airforce Service Pilot in World War II. Haydu remained active in aviation and has been an activist for women pilots into her 90s. Haydu was born in Montclair, New Jersey. From 1978 ...

                                               

Bibb Falk

Bibb Falk was a major league baseball player for the Chicago White Sox. He was born in Austin, Texas. He died in Austin, Texas. Bibb Falk was born on January 27, 1899 in Austin, Texas. He went to college at the University of Texas, where he playe ...

                                               

William Clark Falkner

William Clark Falkner was a soldier, lawyer, politician, businessman, and author in northern Mississippi. He is most notable for the influence he had on the work of his great-grandson, author William Faulkner. Although born in Knox County, Tennes ...

                                               

Stanley Falkow

Stanley Falkow, PhD, was an American microbiologist and a professor of microbiology and immunology at Stanford University School of Medicine. He was known for his study of how infectious microbes and host cells interact to cause disease at the mo ...

                                               

Jim Fanning

William James Fanning was an American catcher, manager and front office executive in Major League Baseball. He was born in Chicago, Illinois. He was the first general manager of the Montreal Expos of the National League appointed in August 1968, ...

                                               

Dan Fante

Daniel Smart "Dan" Fante was an American author and playwright. He was born in Los Angeles, California to a family of Italian immigrants. He was known for his plays Chump Change, Mooch, 86d and Spitting Off Tall Buildings. His father was writer J ...

                                               

Barry Farber

Barry M. Farber was an American conservative radio talk show host, politician. author, commentator and language-learning enthusiast. In 2002, industry publication Talkers magazine ranked him the 9th greatest radio talk show host of all time. He h ...

                                               

Denis Farkasfalvy

Denis Farkasfalvy was a Hungarian-American Roman Catholic priest, theologian and monk. He was of the Cistercian Order. Farkasfalvy was the chaplain to the School Sisters of Namur. He was made Headmaster of Cistercian Prep in 1969 and ran it for 1 ...

                                               

Ed Farmer

Edward Joseph Farmer was an American professional baseball pitcher. He played in Major League Baseball for the Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Baltimore Orioles, Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, Chicago White Sox, and Oakland As in the Americ ...

                                               

Keith Farnham

Keith Farnham was an American Democratic politician. He used to be in the Illinois House of Representatives from January 6, 2009 until he resigned in March 18, 2014. He resigned after being found guilty for selling child pornography. Farnham was ...

                                               

Philo T. Farnsworth

Philo Taylor Farnsworth was an American inventor. He was from Beaver, Utah and grew up in Idaho. He was a Mormon and went to college at Brigham Young University. He is one of several people who can claim to have invented television. He invented t ...

                                               

Father Divine

Father Divine, also known as Reverend M. J. Divine, was an African American spiritual leader from about 1907 until his death. His full self-given name was Reverend Major Jealous Divine, and he was also known as "the Messenger" early in his life. ...

                                               

Eddie Fatu

Edward "Eddie" S. Fatu was a Samoan professional wrestler best known for working with the WWF/WWE under the ring names Jamal, Ekmo, and Umaga. He worked closely with Matt Anoai of the Anoai wrestling family which he was also a part of. With Anoai ...

                                               

FBG Duck

Carlton D. Weekly better known as FBG Duck, was an American rapper. He was best known for his breakout single" Slide”. He was signed to the RECORDS division of Sony Music Entertainment. He was born in Woodlawn, Chicago, Illinois. FBG Duck release ...

                                               

Dick Feagler

Richard Feagler was an American journalist, playwright and television personality. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He entered journalism in 1963, writing obituaries for the Cleveland Press. In 1970 Feagler started a regular feature column that co ...

                                               

Edward L. Feightner

Rear Admiral Edward Lewis "Whitey" Feightner was a United States Navy officer. He was known for his services in World War II Pacific Theater of Operations. During two combat tours, he shot down nine enemy aircraft to become a flying ace. He comma ...

                                               

Mary Feik

Mary Feik was an American aviation engineer, master mechanic, pilot, instructor and aircraft restorer. She received many awards and honors in her career. She was a colonel in the Civil Air Patrol. Feik died in Annapolis, Maryland from cancer on J ...

                                               

Louis Feldman

Louis Harry Feldman was an American professor of classics and literature. He was the Abraham Wouk Family Professor of Classics and Literature at Yeshiva University, the institution at which he taught since 1955. Feldman was a scholar of Hellenist ...

                                               

Marc Allan Feldman

Marc Allan Feldman was an American physician, political commentator, and activist. Feldman was also a practicing physician. He had been employed at the Cleveland Clinic since August 1998. He was also the owner of a small business called Openivo, ...

                                               

Al Feldstein

Albert B. Feldstein was an American writer, editor, and artist. He is best known for his work at EC Comics. He worked from 1956 to 1985 as the editor of the satirical magazine Mad. After retiring from Mad, Feldstein worked on American paintings o ...