November 30 Deaths in History - November 30 Birthdays - November 30 Events
2004 Pierre Berton, journalist/historian, Klondike Fever, dies at 84
2003 Gertrude Ederle, swimming celebrity/teacher, first woman, and fifth person, to swim the English Channel, dies at 97
2003 Abel Ehrlich, composer, won the Israel Prize for Music and the Prime Minister's Prize for Israeli Composers
2000 Chris Rebello, high school football coach/child actor, Jaws, dies at 37
1998 Margaret Walker, American Poet
1997 Clare Lucy Madeleine Evans, historian, dies at 37
1997 Ron Gulliford, educationalist, dies at 76
1997 Kathy Acker, writer, Bodies of Work: Essays, dies at 54
1996 Dan Flavin, minimalist sculptor, dies at 63
1996 Koji Kobayashi, industrialist, dies at 89
1996 Paul Derrick, co-operator/Christian socialist, dies at 80
1996 Tiny Tim, Herbert Khaury, entertainer 'Tip Toe', dies at 71
1995 Hopper Levett, Kent cricket wicketkeeper (1930-47, Test 1934), dies
1995 June Rosemary Fisher, teacher/trade unionist, dies at 66
1995 William Roerick, actor (Guiding Light), dies in car crash at 83
1994 Connie Conrad Henry Kirnon Kay, jazz Drummer, dies at 67
1994 Guy Debord, born in Paris, France, filmmaker, hypergraphist, theorist, founding member of Lettrist International, Situationist International, dies at 63
1994 Irwin Kostal, U.S. arranger/conductor (Sound of Music), dies at 83
1994 Lionel Stander, U.S. blacklisted actor (Hart to Hart), dies at 86
1993 Bob Wolf, agent (New Kids on the Block, Larry Bird), dies
1992 Jorge Donn, dancer, dies after long illness at 45
1990 Horst Bienek, German author, dies
1990 Norman Cousins, editor (Saturday Review), dies at 75
1989 Alfred Herrhausen, German CEO (Deutsche Bank), murdered at 59
1987 Arthur H Dean, lawyer/advisor to FDR, dies at 89
1987 James Baldwin, writer (Go Tell it on the Mountain), dies at 63
1987 Simon Carmiggelt, journalist/literary (Kronkel), dies at 74
1983 George Headley, cricket (10 tons in 22 Tests, 1st black WI captain), dies
1981 Robert H Harris, actor (Jake-Goldbergs), dies at 72
1979 Joyce Grenfell (Adventure for Two), actress, dies at 69
1979 Zeppo Marx, Herbert, U.S. comic (Marx Brothers), dies at 78
1976 Fritz Rasp, actor (Diary of a Lost Girl), dies at 85
1973 Bruce Yarnell, Los Angeles California, actor (Outlaws), dies at 35
1972 Hans-Erich Apostel, Austrian composer (Kubiniana, Requiem), dies at 71
1972 Neil H McElroy, soap manufacturer/minister of Defense (1957-59), dies
1972 Valentin Ruiz Azner, composer, dies at 70
1967 Patrick Kavanagh, Irish screenwriterr (Great Hunger), dies
1964 Don Redman, orchestra leader (Sugar Hill Times), dies at 64
1961 Stanislaw Kazuro, composer, dies at 80
1955 Josip Slavenski, composer, dies at 59
1954 Wilhelm Furtwangler, German conductor/composer, dies at 68
1953 Francis Picabia, French Artist
1948 Franco Vittadini, composer, dies at 64
1947 Earnest Lubitsch, actor and director (Anna Boleyn, Ninotchka), dies
1944 Max Halbe, born in Guttland, now Kozliny, Germany, writer, dramatist, Naturalist movement literary style, works include 'Jugend', dies in Neuotting, Bavaria, at age 79
1940 Fritz Volbach, German musicologist/conductor/composer, dies at 78
1939 Bela Kun, Balazs Kolozsvary, Hungarian revolutionary, dies at 53
1938 Corneliu Codreanu, Romania fascist/putschist (Iron Guard), dies
1935 Fernando A N Pessoa, Portuguese poet (Book of Disquiet), dies at 47
1935 Fernando Pessoa, Portuguese Author
1931 John Hyatt Brewer, composer, dies at 75
1931 Marc-Jean-Baptiste Delmas, composer, dies at 46
1930 Mother Jones, American Activist
1909 Innokenti F Annenski, Russian poet/translator, dies at 53
1904 Aldine Sillman Kieffer, composer, dies at 64
1901 Edward J Eyre, British explorer/governor (Jamaica), dies at 86
1900 Oscar Wilde, Irish author, dies in Paris at 46
1897 Abraham C Wertheim, Dutch banker/MP (Lib), dies at 64
1894 Joseph E. Brown, American Politician
1893 Jacobus J Backer, German sea historian, dies at 68
1864 Hiram Bronson Granbury, Confederate Brigadier-General, dies in battle at 33
1864 Otto French Strahl, U.S. Confederate Brigadier-General, dies in battle at 33
1864 Patrick Ronayne Cleburne, Confederate Brigadier-General, dies in battle at 33
1846 Friedrich List, German Economist
1841 Charles Louis W J van Keverberg, Dutch government official, dies at 73
1830 Pius VIII, Francesco S Castiglioni, Italian Pope 1829 - 1830, dies at 69
1824 Johann Georg Christoph Schetky, composer, dies at 87
1813 Friedrich August Baumbach, composer, dies at 60
1798 Friedrich Fleischmann, composer, dies at 32
1792 Ernst William Wolf, composer, dies at 57
1777 Jean-Marie Leclair, composer, dies at 74
1764 Dieudonne Raick, composer, dies at 61
1760 Friederike C Neuber, German actress/author (Schaferfest), dies at 63
1718 Charles XII, king of Sweden (1697-1718), killed in battle at 36
1703 Nicolas de Grigny, composer, dies at 31
1700 Artus II Quellinus [Quellien/"the Young], Flemish sculptor, dies at 75
1694 Marcello Malpighi, father of microscopic anatomy, dies
1679 Pieter van Schooten, Dutch mathematician/fort architect, dies at 45
1678 Andries de Graeff, mayor of Amsterdam (1657..71), dies at 67
1654 John Selden, English Statesman
1646 John C Lichthart, Admiral (Cape Augustine), dies at about 45
1631 Rabbi Samuel Eliezer ben Judah ha-levi Edels, dies
1528 Great Wierd, Dutch Gelderland army commander, beheaded
1519 Michael Wolgemut, German painter (Weltchronik), dies at about 85
1016 Edmund II, Ironsides, King of Saxons (1016), dies at 27




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