Died on this Day
Anniversary Date: 25-Mar
Died on This Day (25-Mar)
Lyle Gilbert Tuttle was an American tattoo artist and historian of the medium, who had been tattooing since 1949.
American tattoo artist
Ralph Cookerly Wilson Jr. was an American businessman and sports executive.
American football league owner
Bert Randolph Sugar was a boxing writer and sports historian recognizable by his trademark fedora and unlit cigar.
Sidney Charles Bartholemew "Ben" Gascoigne AO was a New Zealand-born Australian optical astronomer and expert in photometry who played a leading role in the design and commissioning of Australia's largest optical telescope, the Anglo-Australian Telescope, which for a time was one of the world's most important astronomical facilities.
Robert Arden was an English film, television and radio actor born in London who worked and lived mostly in the United Kingdom.
Mattheus Adrianus "Matthé" Pronk was a cyclist from the Netherlands who won the Amateur UCI Motor-paced World Championships in 1979 and 1981.
Dutch track cyclist
Major General Horace Leslie Birks CB DSO was a senior officer of the British Army who saw active service during both the First World War and the Second World War, where he commanded the 10th Armoured Division.
British Army World War II general
Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud was a Saudi Arabian statesman and diplomat who was the third King of Saudi Arabia from 2 November 1964 until in 1975.
King of Saudi Arabia
Calvin T. Durgin
Calvin Thornton Durgin was a vice admiral who served in the U.
U.S. Navy Vice Admiral
Albert Chowne, VC, MM was an Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to Commonwealth forces.
Recipient of the Victoria Cross
Linda Carol Brown
Linda Carol Brown was an American campaigner for equality in education.
Campaigner for equality in education
J. Léonce Bernard
Joseph Gérard Léonce Bernard, OPEI was an Acadian-Canadian politician, who was the 26th Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island, the third Island Acadian to hold this position.
Howard S. Barrows was an American physician and medical educator who was Professor Emeritus at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine where he had previously served as Associate Dean for Educational Affairs and Chair of Medical Education.
Innovator in medical education
Paul William Henning was an American TV producer and screenwriter.
Joseph Edward Schermetzler , known as Joe Schermie, was an American musician, best known as the bass player for the 1970s American rock-pop group Three Dog Night.
Helen Dorothy Martin was an American actress of stage and television.
American actress of stage and television
Milton H. Erickson
Milton Hyland Erickson was an American psychiatrist and psychologist specializing in medical hypnosis and family therapy.
Jesse M. Donaldson
Jesse Monroe Donaldson was the first United States Postmaster General to have started his career as a letter carrier.
Geraldine Edith Mitton , pen name G. E. Mitton, was an English novelist, biographer, editor, and guide-book writer.
General William Henry Adelbert Feilding was a British soldier of the Coldstream Guards.
British Army general