Joseph Wells Died at 82 (1828-1910) Joseph Wells was an English cricketer. Wells was born at Penshurst Place in Kent. His uncle was Timothy Duke, a Penshurst bat and ball manufacturer. He married Sarah Neal, a former domestic servant
Thomas Turner Died at 64 (1729-1793) Thomas Turner was a shopkeeper in East Hoathly, Sussex, England. He is now most widely known for his diary.
Nathan T. Stratton Died at 74 (1813-1887) Nathan Taylor Stratton was an American Democratic Party politician who represented New Jersey's 1st congressional district in the United States House of Representatives from 1851 to 1855. Stratton was
Rosemary LaBianca Died at 39 (1930-1969) Rosemary LaBianca was born in Arizona to parents who divorced. Her birth name was Ruth Katherine Elliott. Her mother took her and her brother, William, to live with her, and her father took her two
Aron Delden Died at 25 (1917-1942)
Cliff Townshend Died at 70 (1916-1986) Clifford Blandford "Cliff" Townshend was an English jazz musician noted for playing the saxophone in The Royal Air Force Dance Orchestra, popularly known as The Squadronaires. He was
Jean-Pierre Vibert Died at 89 (1777-1866) Jean Pierre Vibert was a French rosarian.
Gordon Ramsay Gordon Ramsay was the father of chef Gordon Ramsay.
Rawson Macharia Died at 97 (1911-2008) Rawson Mbugua Macharia was the key prosecution witness at the trial of the Kapenguria Six, who included Jomo Kenyatta. Kenyatta and the others were Kenyan nationalists jailed for managing Mau Mau.
Rebecca Stein-Cohen Died at 64 (1879-1943)
Tony Gauci Tony Gauci is a former proprietor of a clothes shop in Malta. According to evidence given at the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial in 2000, Mr Gauci sold the clothes which were said to have been wrapped
Sol Trell Sol Trell was a cigar shop owner.
Jonas Öhlund Jonas Öhlund was a shopkeeper and father of Warner Oland.