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Famous Deaths for 11th July 2018
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2018-07-11 05:50:46 UTC
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1649 - Margaret Coventry, 1st English earl of Shaftesbury, dies

1768 - Jose Melchior de Nebra Blascu, composer, dies at 66

1921 - Gabriel Lippmann, French physicist and inventor, dies at 75

1926 - Gertrude Bell, British archaeologist, dies at 57

1936 - James Murray, American actor (The Crowd, The Shakedown), drowns at 35

1973 - Alexander Vasilyevich Mosolov, Russian composer (Zavod), dies at 72

1993 - Sergey Vozovikov, cosmonaut, dies during underwater test at 34

1995 - John Cruickshank, French scholar, dies at 70

2007 - Glenda Adams, Australian author (b. 1939)

2014 - Tommy Ramone [Tamás Erdélyi], Hungarian-American rock drummer and bassist (Ramones), dies of bile duct cancer at 65

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2018-07-11 15:10:26 UTC
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1649 - Margaret Coventry, 1st English earl of Shaftesbury, dies
1768 - Jose Melchior de Nebra Blascu, composer, dies at 66
1921 - Gabriel Lippmann, French physicist and inventor, dies at 75
1926 - Gertrude Bell, British archaeologist, dies at 57
1936 - James Murray, American actor (The Crowd, The Shakedown), drowns at 35
1973 - Alexander Vasilyevich Mosolov, Russian composer (Zavod), dies at 72
1993 - Sergey Vozovikov, cosmonaut, dies during underwater test at 34
1995 - John Cruickshank, French scholar, dies at 70
2007 - Glenda Adams, Australian author (b. 1939)
2014 - Tommy Ramone [Tamás Erdélyi], Hungarian-American rock drummer and bassist (Ramones), dies of bile duct cancer at 65
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2018-07-11 16:56:46 UTC
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1649 - Margaret Coventry, 1st English earl of Shaftesbury, dies
Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury, PC
(22 July 1621 – 21 January 1683), known as Anthony Ashley Cooper from
1621 to 1630, as Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, 2nd Baronet from 1630 to
1661, and as The Lord Ashley from 1661 to 1672, was a prominent English
politician during the Interregnum and during the reign of King Charles
II. A founder of the Whig party, he is also remembered as the patron of
John Locke.

From Wikipedia
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Ashley_Cooper,_1st_Earl_of_Shaftesbury)
- a source with the good sense not to call a boy "Margaret", and no
faker of death dates.

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