Died on this Day

Anniversary Date: 15-Feb

Died on This Day (15-Feb)

Person Person Description Age Anniv
John Stalker John Stalker was a British police officer who served as Deputy Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police. British police officer 79 1
Hans Gericke Hans Gericke Hans Gericke was a German architect and urban planner. German architect and urban planner 101 6
Charles Anthony Charles Anthony Charles Anthony Caruso , better known by his stage name of Charles Anthony, was an American actor and tenor noted for his portrayal of comprimario characters in opera. American opera singer 82 8
Art Van Damme Art Van Damme Art Van Damme was an American jazz accordionist. Van Damme toured Europe and was popular with jazz enthusiasts in Japan. American musician 89 10
Jan Miner Jan Miner was an American actress best known for her role as the character "Madge", the manicurist in Palmolive dish-washing detergent television commercials beginning in the 1960s. American actress 86 16
Kevin Smith Kevin Smith Kevin Tod Smith was a New Zealand actor and musician, best known for starring as the Greek god of war, Ares, in the TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and in its two spin-offs – Xena: Warrior Princess and Young Hercules. New Zealand actor and musician 38 18
Carol Brice Carol Brice Carol Brice was an American contralto. Born in Sedalia, North Carolina, she studied at Palmer Memorial Institute and later at Talladega College in Talladega, Alabama, where she received a Bachelor of Music in 1939. American opera singer 66 35
Charles Basil Price Charles Basil Price Charles Basil Price was a Canadian Army soldier. He joined the Victoria Rifles of Canada in 1905 and received an officer's commission in 1914. Canadian general 84 45
Elmer Charles Bigelow Elmer Charles Bigelow Elmer Charles Bigelow was a United States Navy sailor and a recipient of America's highest military decoration, the Medal of Honor. United States Navy Medal of Honor recipient 24 75
William Burn William Burn William Burn was a Scottish architect. He received major commissions from the age of 20 until his death at 81. Scottish architect 80 150
Person Person Description Age Anniv
George Gaynes George Gaynes George Gaynes was a Finnish-born American singer, actor, and voice artist. American singer and actor 98 4
Giovanni Narcis Hakkenberg Giovanni Narcis Hakkenberg Giovanni Narcissus Hakkenberg was a Dutch marine of Indonesian and European descent, and decorated war hero and knight of the Military Order of William. Dutch marine 89 7
Fadhel Al-Matrook Fadhel Al-Matrook The Day of Rage is the name given by protesters in Bahrain to 14 February 2011, the first day of the national uprising as part of the Arab Spring. Died during 2011–2012 Bahraini uprising 31 9
David Leach David Leach David Andrew Leach OBE was an English studio potter and the elder son of Bernard Leach and Muriel Hoyle Leach, Bernard's first wife. British artist 93 15
H. Dale Jackson H. Dale Jackson Reverend Dr. H. Dale Jackson was a Baptist minister, denominational leader and ethicist. American baptist minister 72 17
Arny Karl Arny Karl Arny Karl was one of the key artists in the early stages of the California Plein-Air Revival, which started in the 1980s and continues to this day. American artist 59 20
Charles L. Thomas Charles L. Thomas Charles Leroy Thomas was a United States Army major who was a company commander during World War II. United States Army Medal of Honor recipient 59 40
Hugh Dowding Hugh Dowding Air Chief Marshal Hugh Caswall Tremenheere Dowding, 1st Baron Dowding, was an officer in the Royal Air Force. Royal Air Force air marshals 87 50
Ernst Wertheim Ernst Wertheim Ernst Wertheim was an Austrian gynecologist born in Graz. Austrian gynaecologist 55 100
Pierre-Joseph Cambon Pierre-Joseph Cambon Pierre-Joseph Cambon was a French statesman. He is perhaps best known for speaking up against Maximilien Robespierre at the National Convention, sparking the end of Robespierre's reign. French politician 63 200