Lists by Syl

a list of 23 people
Sir Peter Abeles 1991
Ross Adler 2007
Martin Albrecht 2002
Doug Anthony 2003
Sir Tristan Antico 1983
Don Argus 2010
John Armstrong 1977
Major General Peter Arnison 2001
Austin Asche 1991
Tom Ayers 1993

Jim Bacon 2005
Sir James Balderstone 1992
William Ball 1978
Professor Peter Baume 2008
Dame Beryl Beaurepaire 1991
Franco Belgiorno Nettis 1997
Virginia Bell 2012
Dr. David Bennett 2008
Professor Dame Valerie Beral 2010
Samuel Berkovic 2014
Morrish Besley 2002
Sir Hermann Black 1986
Michael Black 1998
Professor Charles Blackburn 2006
Elizabeth Blackburn 2010
Dr. Neal Blewett 1995
David Block 1988
Kym Bonython 1987
Lionel Bowen 1991
Sir Nigel Bowen 1988
Professor Denise Bradley 2008
John Jefferson Bray 1979
Sir Gerard Brennan 1988
Edwin Brown 2001
Robert Hanbury Brown 1986
Dame Quentin Bryce 2003
Sir John Bunting 1982
Antony Wilks Burgess 1998
Eva Burrows 1994
Sir Francis Burt 1988
Richard Butler 2003
Noel Butlin
Ed Byrne 2014
Stella Bywaters 2005

Dr. Jean Calder 2005
Sir Bernard Callinan 1986
Ashton Calvert 2003
Professor Enid Campbell 2005
Sir Walter Campbell 1989
Sir Roderick Carnegie 2003
Rev. Dr. Peter Carnley 2007
Sir John Carrick 2008
Lady Maie Casey 1982
Cardinal Edward Cassidy 1990
John Phillip Chalmers 1991
Robert Champion de Crespigny 2002
Dr. Victor Chang 1986
Alex Chernov 2012
Professor Ian Chubb 2006
Cardinal Edward Clancy 1992
Sir Lindesay Clark 1975
Professor Manning Clark 1975
Professor Adrienne Clarke 2004
Joan Coates 2006
Mike Codd 1991
Warner Max Corden 2001
Professor Sir John Cornforth 1991
Suzanne Cory 1999
Peter Costello 2011
Richard Court 2003
William Cox 1999
James Crawford 2013
Sir John Crawford 1978
Justice Susan Crennan 2008
Major General Paul Cullen 1988
Charles Curran 2006
David Curtis 1992
Helen Cutler 1980

Douglas Daft 2005
Leonard Gordon Darling 2004
Marilyn Ann Darling 2009
Jack Davenport 1991
David David 1988
Glyn Davis 2002
Sir Daryl Dawson 1988
Paul De Jersey 2000
Professor David De Kretser 2006
Sir William Deane 1988
Professor Derek Denton 2005
Sir Peter Derham 2001
Professor Peter Doherty 1997
Reg Downing 1979
John Doyle 2002
Sir Edward Weary Dunlop 1987
Ross Dunning 2002
Sir John Eccles 1990
Sir Llew Edwards 1989
Sister Mary Bernice Elphick 2006
 
a list of 212 people
Cremated, ashes with family.
 
a list of 42 people
Peter Abeles
Charles Adermann
James Agnew
Keith Aickin
Carleton Allen
Ken Anderson (politician)
Robert Anderson (Australian General)
William Charles Angliss
Stanley Argyle
Will Ashton
Robert Askin
William Aston

Clive Baillieu (1st Baron of Baillieu)
Henry Baker (politician)
Richard Baker (Australian politician)
James Balderstone
Redmond Barry
Peter Barter
Edmund Barton
Henry Barwell
Garfield Barwick
Walter Bassett
Thomas Bavin
Philip Baxter
Noel Bayliss
Howard Beale (politician)
George Beeby
Brian Bell (businessman)
George John Bell
Phillip Bennett
Thomas Bent
Frank Berryman
Robert Best (politician)
Angus Bethune (politician)
Max Bingham
Charles Blackburn
Richard Blackburn
Robert Blackwood (chancellor)
James Blair (Australian Judge)
Arthur Blyth
Henry Bolte
John Langdon Bonython
John Lavington Bonython
James Boucaut
Nigel Bowen
John Bowser
Richard Boyer (broadcaster)
Leighton Bracegirdle
Edward Braddon
Henry Braddon
John Cox Bray
Gerard Brennan
William Bridges (General)
Norman Brookes
George Brookman
Michael Bruxner
John Bunting (diplomat)
Stanley Burbury
Frank Macfarlane Burnet
James Burns (shipowner)
Francis Burt
Richard Butler
Richard Layton Butler (Australian politician)
John Butters
Maurice Byers

Frank Callaway
Bernard Callinan
Donald Charles Cameron (politician)
Ewen Paul Cameron
Walter Campbell (judge)
Roderick Carnegie
John Carrick (Australian politician)
Joseph Carruthers
Richard Casey (Baron Casey)
Walter Cawthorn
Gordon Chalk
Fred Chaney Sr.
Austin Chapman
Harry Chauvel
Frederick Oliver Chilton
Raphael Cilento
John Clancy (Judge)
Harold Winthrop Clapp
Lindesay Clark
Hector Clayton
Ian Clunies Ross
John Cockburn (Australian Politician)
Arthur Cocks (politician)
George Coles (entrepreneur)
John Augustine Collins
John Colton (politician)
Joseph Cook
Thomas Coombe
Pope Alexander Cooper
Walter Cooper (politician)
Virgil Patrick Copas
Douglas Copland
Magnus Cormack
John Cornforth
Robert Cosgrove
Bob Cotton
John Cowan (South Australian politician)
Alfred Cowley
Charles Cowper
Norman Lethbridge Cowper
Owen Cox
John Gregory Crace
John Cramer (Australian politician)
John Crawford (economist)
William Rooke Creswell (neurophysiologist)
Walter Crocker
James Cruthers
William Portus Cullen
Leo Cussen
Charles Cutler
Roden Cutler

Thomas Daly (General)
Frederick Matthew Darley

James Ralph Darling
Edgeworth David
Charles Davidson (politician)
John Mark Davies
Daryl Dawson
Arthur Dean
William Deane
Hugh Denison
David Derham
Peter Derham
James Robert Dickson
Owen Dixon
William Dixson
John Stokell Dodds
Alick Downer
John Downer
Tom Drake Brockman
Talbot Duckmanton
Frank Gavan Duffy
James Duhig
Russell Dumas
Edward Dunlop
Albert Dunstan
Donald Dunstan (Governor)
John Dwyer (Australian judge)
Gilbert Dyett

Hughie Edwards
Llewellyn Edwards
Jack Egerton
Frederic Eggleston
Thomas Elder
Kevin Ellis (politician)
Thomas Ewing (Australian politician)

Arthur Fadden
David Fairbairn (politician)
George Fairbairn (politician)
Allen Fairhall
Neil Hamilton Fairley
Howard Florey
Geoffrey Foot
Edward Ford (physician)
John Forrest
Josiah Francis
Simon Fraser (Australian politician)
James Darcy Freeman
George Freeth
Leslie Froggatt
Wilfred Fullagar
Ben Fuller (producer)
George Fuller (Australian politician)
John Fuller (Australian politician)
Hudson Fysh
Philip Fysh

Victor Garland
Robert Garran
Guy Gaunt
John Gellibrand
Arthur George
Harry Gibbs
Frank Gibson (politician)
Robert Gibson (businessman)
Thomas William Glasgow
Archibald Glenn
James Gobbo
Philip Goldfinch
David Gordon (Australian politician)
John Gorton
Albert Gould
Guy Green (judge)
Richard Green (politician)
Augustus Charles Gregory
Samuel Griffith
Andrew Grimwade
John Grindrod
Littleton Groom
Roy Grounds
Henry Gullett

John Winthrop Hackett
Reginald Halse
Rupert Hamer
Keith Hancock
Mostyn Hanger
Colin Hannah
Hastings Harrington
Eric Harrison
James Harrison (Australian governor)
Laurence Hartnett
Paul Hasluck
Frank Hassett
David Hay (diplomat)
Edward Hayward
Ivor Hele
Thomas Henley
Denham Henty
Edmund Herring
Leslie Herron
William Heseltime
Lenox Hewitt
Randal Heymanson
Hans Heysen
Leo Hielscher
John Michael Higgins (metallurgist)
Thomas Hiley
Cecil Hincks
John Hoad
Talbot Hobbs
Edward Holden
Frederick Holder
John Holland (engineer)
Leslie Joseph Hooker
Samuel Hordern
Claude Hotchin
Neville Howse
William Hudson (engineer)
Davis Hughes
Thomas Hughes (Sydney Mayor)
Alan Hulme
Ross Hutchinson
Leonard Huxley

William Irvine (Australian politician)
Isaac Isaacs

Gordon Jackson (businessman)
Lawrence Jackson (Australian judge)
Robert Jackson (UN Administrator)
Kenneth Jacobs
Claude James
Walter James
Asher Joel
Elliott Johnson (politician)
Charles Lloyd Jones
Fletcher Jones
George Jones (RAAF Officer)
Henry Jones (entrepreneur)
Keith Jones (surgeon)
Frederick Richard Jordan
Percy Joske
George Julius

James Kennedy (Australian politician)
Wilfrid Kent Hughes
John Kerr (Governor General)
Sidney Kidman
James Killen
Charles Kingsland
Walter Kingsmill
Richard Kirby (Arbitrator)
Frank Kitto
H.M. Knight
Adrian Knox
William Knox (Queensland politician)
Wallace Kyle

Charles Latham
John Latham (Judge)
Condor Laucke
John Lavarack
Peter Lawler (public servant)
Harry Lawson
Ernest Augustus Lee Steere
Walter Lee (Australian politician)
Ernest Henry Lee Steere
James George Lee Steere
Henry Lefroy
William Leggatt
Elliott Lewis
John Lienhop
Albert Lind
Daryl Lindsay
Lionel Lindsay (artist)
Frank Little (Bishop)
Marcus Loane
Edward Lucas
Philip Lynch
William Lyne

Denzil MacArthur Onslow (Australian politician)
James MacBain
Peter MacCallum
Arthur MacDonald
Iven MacKay
Charles MacKellar
Bertram MacKennal
George Macleay
John Madden (judge)
Robert Madgwick
Herbert Maitland
Thomas Maltby
Walter Manifold
Frederick Mann
William Patrick Manning
Alan Mansfield
Charles Marr
David Martin (Governor)
Harold Brownlow Martin
David Orme Masson
Walter Massy-Greene
Louis Matheson
Baron Robert May of Oxford
Philip McBride
John McCall (politician)
John McCauley
Ken McCaw
James Whiteside McCay
James McCulloch
Emmet McDermott
John McDonald (Victorian politician)
Warren McDonald
Malcolm McEacharn
William McKell
Ross McLarty
John McLeay Sr.
William McMahon
Robert McMillan (Australian judge)
William McMillan
Alister McMullin
Neville McNamara
Alan McNicoll
Walter McNicoll
John McPhee (politician)
William Murray McPherson
Edward McTiernan
Leslie Melville
Douglas Menzies
Charles Merrett
Archie Michaelis
Denison Miller
James Mitchell (Australian politician)
William Henry Fancourt Mitchell
John Moore (Australian Judge)
Newton Moore
William Harrison Moore
Arthur Morgan (Queensland politician)
Kenneth Morris (politician)
Peter Morris (surgeon)
William Morrow (physician)
Leslie Morshead
Laurence Muir
Alister Murdoch
Keith Murdoch
Walter Murdoch
Brian Murray (Governor)
George John Robert Murray (Mayor)
Hubert Murray
Rupert Myers

Crawford Nalder
Mellis Napier
Eric Neal
John Newlands (Australian politician)
Douglas Nicholls
Frank Nicklin
John Nimmo (Judge)
Sidney Nolan
Bill Northam
John Northcott

Mark Oliphant
Hubert Opperman
Neil O'Sullivan
William Owen (Judge)

Earle Page
Shane Paltridge
George Pape
Arvi Parbo
Archibald Park
Stephen Henry Parker
Henry Parkes
Archdale Parkhill
James Patterson (Australian politician)
Alexander Peacock
George Pearce
Richard Peek (admiral)
William Pettingell
J.G. Phillips
Robert Philip
Roslyn Philp
John Pidgeon
Thomas Playford IV
Reg Pollard (General)
Ian Potter
Noel Power
Charles Powers
Grenfell Price

John Quick (politician)

Alan Ramsay
James Ramsay (Australian governor)
John Ramsay (surgeon)
Cornthwaite Rason
Charles Read (RAAF Officer)
Geoffrey Reed
William Refshauge
George Reid (Australian politician)
George Rich
Richard Watkins Richards
Ernest Riddle
Horace Robertson
Macpherson Robertson
Arthur Robinson (Australian politician)
Thomas B. Robinson
Percival Halse Rogers
Charles Rosenthal
Sydney Rowell
James Rowland (RAAF Officer)
Norman Rydge
Arthur Rylah
Granville Ryrie

Frederick Thomas Sargood
Stanley Savige
Frederick Scherger
Walter D. Scott
Keith Seaman
Francis Palmer Selleck
Frederick Shedden
Nicholas Shehadie
Rupert Shoobridge
George Bowen Simpson
Bruce Small
David Smith (public servant)
James Joynton Smith
Keith MacPherson Smith
Ross MacPherson Smith
Victor Smith
Billy Snedden
John Soundy
Robert Sparkes
Walter Baldwin Spencer
John Spicer (Australian politician)
Bill Spooner (politician)
Charles Spry
Hayden Starke
Ninian Stephen
Bertram Stevens (politician)
David Stevenson (admiral)
Frederick Stewart (Australian politician)
John Lancelot Stirling
Edward Albert Stone
Kenneth Street (jurist)
Laurence Street
Philip Whistler Street
Arthur Streeton
Bernard Sugarman
Reginald Swartz
George Adlington Syme
Josiah Symon

Arthur Tange
Alan Taylor (Judge)
Allen Taylor
Patrick Gordon Taylor
John Teasdale (wheat farmer)
Frederick Tout
Vernon Treatt
Donald Trescowthick
Arthur Trethowan
Winton Turnbull
George Turner (Australian politician)
Murray Tyrrell

Joseph Verco

Lawrence Wackett
Charles Wade
Samuel Walder
William Walkley
Gordon Wallace (Judge)
Cyril Walsh
Thomas Wardle
William Webb (Judge)
Henry Wells (General)
Alfred White (politician)
Brudenell White
Ernest White
Dudley Williams (Judge)
Edward Williams (Queensland Judge)
Richard Williams (RAAF Officer)
Eric Willis
Keith Wilson (politician)
Ronald Wilson
Victor Wilson
Victor Windeyer
Henry Winneke
Edward Wittenoom
Frank Woods (Archbishop of Melbourne)
Edward Woodward (Judge)
Eric Woodward
Reg Wright
Roy Wright (physiologist)
Harold Wyndham

Guildford Clyde Young
Harold Young
John Young (Jurist)
Walter James Young

William Zeal
David Zeidler
 
a list of 127 people
Students, past and present, who studied at the Guildhall School of Drama and Music in Barbican, London, England. Also, any faculty who has taught there past and present.
 
a list of 4 people
Garland Barwick
Frank MacFarlane Burnet

Peter Cosgrove

Roden Cutler

Gordon Jackson (businessman)

John Kerr (attorney general)

Ninian Stephen
Colin Syme

Roy Wright (physiologist)
 
a list of 209 people
 
a list of 7 people
Edith Anderson
Jacobena Angliss
Mary V. Austin

Zara Bate
Beryl Beaurepaire
Alice Berry
Helen Blaxland
Sister Philippa Brazill
Marie Breen
Mabel Brookes
Nancy Buttfield

Kate Isabel Campbell
Florence Cardell-Oliver
Rachel Cleland
Dame Mary Cook
Gertrude Cosgrove
Elizabeth Couchman
Mary Cramer

Mary Daly (Australian Writer)
Joyce Daws

Phyllis Frost

Monica Gallagher (community worker)
Margaret Guilfoyle

Joan Hammond
Mary Herring

Carol Kidu
Leonie Kramer

Patricia MacKinnon
Ella MacKnight
Jean Macnamara
Ida Mann
Annie McEwen
Roma Mitchell
Merlyn Myer

Ada Norris

Marjorie Parker

Annabelle Rankin
Audrey Reader
Raigh Roe

Hilda Stevenson

Dorothy Tangney

Eadith Walker
Ivy Wedgewood
 
a list of 3 people
Australian Dames Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire.
Mary Hughes
Enid Lyons
Flora Reid
Australian Dames of the Order of Australia
Quentin Bryce
Alexandra Hasluck
Enid Lyons

Quentin Bryce
 
a list of 173 people
This list is to encourage future inductees of the New Jersey Hall of Fame. If anybody would like to nominate somebody on this list or know of anybody who meets their qualifications. Please go to http://www.njhalloffame.org/
 
a list of 881 people
The men and women who are interred at Forest Lawn Glendale Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
 
a list of 358 people
Monroe Abbey
Irving Abella
Alan Abraham
Dyane Adam
Frances Adaskin
Freda Ahenakew
Irving Akerley
Madeline Ann Akisch
Anne Marie Alonzo
Michael M. Ames
Anahareo
Greg Anaka
A.C. Anderson
Doris Margaret Anderson
Gerald Smedley Andrews
Ralph Andrews
John Bartlett Angel
Mark Angelo
Tony Anselmo (Canadian football)
Syl Apps
Violet Archer
Bromley Armstrong
Sally Wishart Armstrong
Bona Arsenault
Mira Ashby
Pitseolak Ashoona
Peter Aucoin
Jean Augustine
Lewis H.M. Ayre
David Azrieli

Lise Bacon
Leone Bagnall
Elizabeth Bagshaw
Michael Baker (Physician)
George Balcan
Eric Balcom
Geoffrey Ballard
Michael Barnes (Canadian author)
Joseph J. Barnicke
Jean Ashworth Bartle
William Hickson Barton
Maxwell Bates
Manuel G. Batshaw
Aba Bayefsky
Robert Beamish
Bruce W. Beatty
Patricia Beatty
Margaret Becklake
John Beckwith (composer)
Charles Thomas Beer
Paul Beeston

Morton Beiser
Allan Gordon Bell
Douglas Bell (politician)
Jenny Belzberg
Charles H. Belzile
Jalynn Bennett
Norbert Berkowitz
Louise Bessette
Lois Betteridge
Claire Bice
Charlie Biddle
Alfred J. Billes
Ferdinand Biondi
Leonard Birchall
Michel Biron
Louis Bisson
John Bitove Sr.
Duncan Gordon Blair
Phyllis Blakeley
Marjorie Blankstein
Francis John Blatherwick
Margaret Bloodworth
Bruno Bobak
Molly Bobak
Renato Giuseppe Boisiso
Jacques J. Bouchard
Jocelyne Bourassa
Clement Bowman
Bill Brady (journalist)
Leonard Braithwaite
Dee Brasseur
Elizabeth Brewster
Barry Broadfoot
Claude Broche
Alexander Brott
Fred Bruemmer
Harold Buchwald
Remi Bujold
Ellen Burka
Ron Burnett

Francis Cabot
Larry Cain
Michelle Cameron
Silver Donald Cameron
Marjorie Wilkins Campbell
Neil Campbell (rower)
Ronald Caplan
Herb Carnegie
Pat Carney
Allan Carswell
Carlo Cattarello
Robert Cauchon
Simon Chang (designer)
Stephen Chatman
Frank Chauvin
Lawrence Cherney
Saul Cherniak
Jack Chiang
Julia Ching
Ione Christensen
W. Edmund Clark
Ian D. Clark (public servant
John Clarke (mountaineer)
Jean Paul Cloutier
Ronald M. Clowes
Janet Cochrane
Fred Cogswell
Erminie Cohen
Harry B. Cohen
Joseph H. Cohen
Martha Cohen
Morley Cohen
Samuel N. Cohen
Edgar Andrew Collard
F. Anthony Comper
Gail Cook Bennett
Ronald Corey
Gerard Cote
Helen Creighton
Maxwell Cummings
Tagak Curley
Gordon Gray Currie
Max Cynader

Paul Emilien Dalpe
Leslie Dan
Ken Danby
Sylvia Daoust
Dashan
Raymond Daveluy
Alan Garnett Davenport
True Davidson
Victor Davis
Jean Marie De Koninck
Thomas De Koninck
Dora De Pedery Hunt
Michael De Pencier
Jan De Vries (soldier)
Jon Dellandreau
Hugh Dempsey
Ivor Dent
Sudi Devanesen
Rita Deverell
George Dewar
Naranjan Dhalla
Terence Dickinson
William Dimma
Arthur J. Dixon
Catherine Doherty
Laverna Katie Dollimore
Joseph Aubin Doiron
Murray Dryden
Shannie Duff
Edward Arunah Dunlop Jr.
Jean Dussault
Marcel Dutil
O. P. Dwivedi
Phil Dwyer (musician)
Howard Dyck
Shirley Dysart

Dorothy Harley Eber
Marlys Edwardh
James Francis Edwards
John George Egnatoff
Ronald Eland
Fraser Elliott
John English (Canadian Politician)
Johnny Esaw
Bernard Etkin
Mark Evaloarjuk
Gregory Evans

Frank Fagan
Kenneth Farmer
Judy Feld Carr
Robert Ross Ferguson
Hugh Fisher (canoeist)
Aida McAnn Flemming
Fred Fountain
Edith Fowke
Waldron Fox-Decent
Colin Franklin (engineer)

Etienne Gaboury
Gaetano Gagliano
Sheldon Galbraith
David A. Ganong
R. Whidden Ganong
William Garden
Helen Gardiner
Yves Gaucher (artist)
Jean Robert Gauthier
Peter George (professor)
Irving Gerstein
Samuel Gesser
Albert Gilbert
Harry Giles
Ronald Gillespie
Judy Gingell
Hans Gmoser
Tony Golab
Edgar Gold
Michael Goldbloom
Anne Golden
Larry Goldenberg
J. King Gordon
Mary Gordon (child advocate)
Calvin Gotlieb
Laurie Graham
Bernard Grandmaitre
James H. Gray

Stanley G. Grizzle
Chan Gunn
Donna Gurr
May Gutteridge

Walter Hachborn
Gerald Hagey
Israel Halperin
John Borden Hamilton
Stuart Hamilton
Marsha Hanen
Dan Hanganu
Robert D. Hare
Conrad Harrington
Walter Edgar Harris
Ted Harrison
Michael R. Hayden
Anne Heggtveit
Paul Henderson
Donald Hings
Jack Hirsh
Jack Hodgins
Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook
Greg Hollingshead
Derek Holman
John Honderich
Michael Hornstein
Jim Horsman
Dezso J. Horvath
Harold Horwood
E.J. Hughes
Raoul Hunter

Edward A. Irving
Avrom Isaacs

Donald Jackson
Leslie Jaeger

Roberta Jamieson
Mary John Sr.
William Johnson (author)
Diane Jones Konihowski
Edith Josie
Franc Joubin
Ron Joyce

Zbigniew Kabata
Helen Kalvak
Lorie Kane
Ricky Kanee Schachter
David L. Kaplan
Kalmen Kaplansky
Josef Kates
Vicki Keith
Maryvonne Kendergi
Garry Kennedy
William Kilbourn
Marie Claire Kirkland
George Knudson
Wanda Koop
Vern Krishna
Leo Kristjanson
Richard Kroft
Norman Kwong

Gisele Lalonde
Gisele Lamoureux
Aldea Landry
J. Spencer Lanthier
William Laskin
Phil Latulippe
J. Conrad Lavigne
Trudi Le Caine
Mary Jo Leddy
Philip S. Lee
Robert H. Lee
Arlette Lefebvre
William C. Leggett
Harry Lehotsky
Zebulon Lewis Leigh
Patrick LeSage
Jean Louis Levesque
Daurene Lewis
Scoop Lewry
Peter M. Liba
Fernand Lindsay
Johnny Lombardi
Ronald Lou Poy
Sandra Lovelace Nicholas
Jean B. Lumb
Cliff Lumsdon
Harold Lundrigan
Janet Lunn

Donald C. MacDonald
John Keiller Mackay
Pearl McGonigal
John H.C. McGreevy
Dan McIvor (aviator)
Don McKay
William John McKeag
Peggy McKercher
Isabel McLaughlin

Grant McLean (film producer)
Carleton L. MacMillan
John A. MacNaughton
Lloyd MacPhail
Marion MacRae
Garfield Mahood
Silas McLellan
Gerald McMaster
Marilou McPhedran
Tak Wah Mak
Helen Maksagak
Donald Malinowski (politician)
Judith Mappin
George Mara
Charles Eugene Marin
Lorna Marsden

Nathan Mendelsohn
Ruby Mercer
Pat Messner
John Metcalf (writer)
Art Miki
Roy Miki
William Milroy (Canadian Army Officer)
Ken Mitchell
Masajiro Miyazaki
Eric Molson
David Lee Moroni
Norval Morrisseau
Virgil P. Moshansky
Doug Mowat
Phyllis Munday
Lawrence Mysak

Alfred Needler
Roger Neilson
Pierre Nepveu
Hanna Newcombe
Cindy Nicholas
Ron Northcott
Harold Nutter

Clairette Oddera
Daphne Odjig
Val O'Donovan
Marianna O'Gallagher
Kelvin Ogilvie
Abe Okpik
Marion Alice Orr
Earl Orser
Sean O'Sullivan (priest)
Adrien Ouellette

Gilles Paquet
Marie Therese Paquin
Elizabeth Parr Johnston
Tom Pashby
Peter Lewis Paul
Ross H. Paul
Trevor W. Payne
Kenneth Peacock
David Pecaut
Evelyn Pepper
Clayton Oscar Person
David Phillips (climatologist)
Herb Pinder
Suzanne Pinel
Charles Albert Poissant
Douglas Pollard
George Porteous
Timothy Porteous
Sandra Post
Gilles Potvin
Mark J. Poznansky
John Primrose (sport shooter)
Walter Prystawski
Uriash Puqiqnak

Louis Joseph Quinn
Taamasi Qumaq

Leonard Ratzlaff
Marion Loretta Reid
Dorothy Reitman

Kati Rekai
Gil Remillard
Dal Richards
Ernie Richardson (curler)
Donald Rix
Mike Robinson (Alberta politician)
Suzanne Rochon Burnett
Stephen Boleslaw Roman
Harry Rosen
James W. Ross
Stubb Ross
Susan Ross (artist)
Wayne Rostad
Calvin Ruck
Bob Rumball

Lino Saputo
Guylaine Saucier
Doris Saunders
Charles Sauriol
Ezra Schabas
Otto Schaefer
Erwin Schild
Albert Schultz
Alfred Scow
Sydney Segal
Nabil Seidah
Yoshio Senda
Raymond Setlakwe
Lloyd Shaw (socialist)
Ken Shields (basketball)
Mamdouh Shoukri
Haroon Siddiqui
Angela Sidney
Andrew Simone
Charles Sirois

David Chadwick Smith
Ernest Smith
Jori Smith
Tricia Smith
Herman Smith-Johannsen
Ann Southam
Herbert O. Sparrow
Lawrence Spitzig
Gerald Squires
Raymond Squires
Edna Staebler
Mavis Staines
Ethel Stark
Steve Stavro
Savella Stechishin
Harold R. Steele
Dave Steen
H. Arnold Steinberg
Kent Stetson
John Bertram Stirling
Grant Strate
Sam Sullivan
Beth Symes
Emoke Szathmary

Yvon Tasse
Angella Taylor Issajenko
Lucille Teasdale Corti
Mark Tennant
David Thauberger
Bing Thom
Linda Thom
Clarence Tillenius
Albert Ross Tilley
Georg Tintner
Roger Tomlinson
Jacques De Tonnancour
Gerald R. Tremblay
Jean Noel Tremblay
Peter Troake
Lorne Trottier
Otto Tucker
Gilles Turcot
E.K. Turner
David H. Turpin
John Turvey

Fred Urquhart

Sandy Van Ginkel
George Vari
Roy Henry Vickers
Marq De Villiers
Herman Voaden

Paul Walfish
Ronald Wallace (politician)
Dorothy Walton
Dora Wasserman
Norman Webster
Boyd Wettlaufer
Lucile Wheeler
James Austin Whelihan
Denis Whitaker
Doreen Wicks
Cornelius Wiebe
Austin Willis
Peter Wing
Hugh Winsor
Kirk Wipper
Arthur Wishart
Jeanne Wolfe
Milton Wong
Walter Wood
Don Wright (Composer)
Esther Clark Wright
Richard B. Wright
W. Robert Wyman

Stanley Zlotkin
 
a list of 750 people
IThis list is still a work in progress.
 
a list of 102 people
The award was not awarded in 1914; 1918; 1935; 1940; 1941; 1942; 1943;

The following recipients below are not found here on this site:
Sully Prudhomme 1901
Christian Matthias Theodor Mommsen 1902
Giosue Carducci 1906
Rudolf Christoph Eucken 1908
Carl Friedrich Georg Spitteler 1919
Erik Axel Karlfeldt 1931
Saint John Perse 1960
Jaroslav Seifert 1984
Herte Muller 2009
Tomas Transtromer 2011
 
a list of 375 people
Robert Ackman
David Adams (dancer)
Anthony Adamson
Harry Adaskin
Murray Adaskin
Jack Agrios
Albert Aguayo
Moyra Allen
Jocelyne Alloucherie
Howard Alper
Richard Alway
Frederick Andermann
David Anderson (British Columbia politician)
Henry Angus
Istvan Anhalt
Louis Archambault
John Hall Archer
Richard Ares
John Archibald Armstrong
John Arnup
Harry Arthurs
Gail Asper
Izzy Asper
Martial Asselin
Marcel Aubut
Michael Audain
Jean Paul Audet
Margaret Avison
Lloyd Axworthy

Lorne Babiuk
Alfred Bailey
A. Charles Baillie
Harry Bain
David McCurdy Baird
Patricia Baird
Ronald James Baker
Ged Baldwin
Marc Baltzan
Robert Bandeen
Tommy Banks
Andre Barbeau
Victor Barbeau
Clarence Barber
Douglas Barber
Maurice Baril
Murray Barr
Dave Barrett
Matthew Barrett
James Bartleman
Douglas Bassett (media executive)
Maurice Baudoux
David Bauer (ice hockey)
Gregory Baum
Alex Baumann
Donald Baxter
Carlyle Smith Beals
Gerald Beaudoin
Charles Beaulieu
Alan Beddoe
Derek Bedson
John Alan Beesley
George Gray Bell
Henry Pybus Bell-Irving
Bernard Belleau
Maurice Bellemare
Francesco Bellini
Helen Belyea
Samuel Belzberg
Gordon Lockhart Bennett
W.A.C. Bennett
C. Fred Bentley
Peter Bentley (Businessman)
Roloff Beny
Andre Berard
Thomas R. Berger
Boris Berlin
Alan Bernstein
Carrie Best
Reginald Bibby
Wilfred Gordon Bigelow
Gary Birch (electrical engineer)
Bud Bird
Heather Bishop
Claude Bisson
Pierre Andre Bissonnette
Harry Black (Unicef)
Vincent Bladen
Clark Blaise
Allan Blakeney
Michael Bliss
Hans Blumenfeld
William R.C. Blundell
Stewart Blusson
William Brenton Boggs
Pierre Boivin
Roch Bolduc
Malvina Bolus
J. Richard Bond
Harry Botterell
Victor Bouchard
Lionel Boulet
Jocelyne Bourgon
Arthur Bourns
George Bowering
Robert A. Boyd
Leonard Boyle
John Bragg (businessman)
Robert Bringhurst
Robin Broadway
Edward Bronfman
Peter Bronfman
A.A. Bronson
Arnold Brown (General of The Salvation Army)
Audrey Alexandra Brown
Rosemary Brown (politician)
Judd Buchanan
Manuel Buchwald
Sidney Buckwold
Derek Burney
James Burns (businessman)
Sharon Butala
Esmond Unwin Butler
George Butterfield (businessman)
Lily Butters

Leo Cadieux
Frank Arthur Calder
John Callaghan
Donald Calne
Thomas Cameron
Dalton Camp
Iona Campagnolo
Alex Campbell (politician)
Douglas Lloyd Campbell
Moran Campbell
Pierre Camu
Sharon Capeling-Alakija
Douglas Cardinal
Alexander Carter
Arthur Carty
Donald J. Carty
A.J. Casson
Jean Gabriel Castel
Ranjit Chandra
Thomas Chang
John Leslie Charles
Fulgence Charpentier
Arthur Child
Julien Chouinard
Bruce Chown
Michel Chretien (scientist)
Raymond Chretien
Greg Clark (journalist)
Samuel Delbert Clark
Bobby Clarke
Larry Clarke
John Cleghorn
Leslie Cliff
Kathleen Coburn
William Arthur Cochrane
Marshall A. Cohen
George Cohon
Henry Collingwood
Charles Comfort
William Commanda
George Connell (biochemist)
Martin Connell
Margaret Conrad
George Ramsay Cook
William Harrison Cook
Parzival Copes
Ernest Cormier
Jean Pierre Cote
Gisele Cote Harper
Irwin Cotler
Douglas Coupland
Tom Courchene
Nellie Cournoyea
Jean Coutu (pharmacist)
Frank Manning Covert
John Hubert Craigie
David Crombie
John Crow
Richard Cruess
Richard Currie
Wilfred Curtis

Gustavo Da Roza
Dominic D'Alessandro
Maureen Kempston Darkes
Paul Davenport
Tirone E. David
Jean Davignon
Donald Deacon
Adolfo J. De Bold
Vianney Decarie
Michael DeGroote
L. Denis Desautels
Jean Paul Desbiens
Andre Desmarais
Robert Despres
Louis Deveau
Jack Diamond (architect)
Punch Dickins
Walter Dieter
Leon Dion
Gordon Dixon
David A. Dodge
David Dolphin
Paulina Donalda
Roland Dore
John Dossetor
Vibert Douglas
James Downey (academic)
Keith Downey (agricultural scientist)
Richard Doyle (politician)
Stephen M. Drance
Charles Drury
Charles Dubin
Alain Dubuc
Henry Duckworth
Louis Dudek

Fredrik Stefan Eaton
Ralph Edwards (Conservationist)
Jim Elder
Frank H. Ellis
Alfred John Ellis
Jake Epp
William Epstein
Georges Erasmus
Donald Ethell
Trevor Eyton

Joe Fafard
Barker Fairley
Gordon Fairweather
Sylvia Fedoruk
Anthony S. Fell
Ivan Fellegi
Kathleen Fenwick
Muriel McQueen Fergusson
Herve Filion
Gilbert Finn
James Fleck
Jacques Flynn
Robert Folinsbee
Phil Fontaine
Kenneth Forbes
Jean Forest
Claude Forget
D'Iberville Fortier
Yves Fortier (geologist)
Robert Fowler (diplomat)
Margot Franssen
Clarke Fraser
John Allen Fraser
Louise Frechette
Samuel O. Freedman
Laurence Freeman
David French (playwright)
Monique Frize
Davie Fulton

John Gallagher (geologist)
George R. Gardiner
Louis Garneau
Raymond Garneau
Jake Gaudaur
George E. Gauthier
Paule Gauthier
Richard Geren
Don Getty
Helen Glass
Bill Glassco
Constance Glube
Peter Godsoe
Alan B. Gold
Richard Goldbloom
Ruth Goldbloom
Carl Goldenberg
Klaus Goldschlag
Edwin A. Goodman
Betty Goodwin
Percival Gordon
Carl Goresky
Clarence Gosse
Howard Graham (Canadian Army Officer)
Charles Granger
John MacLachlan Gray
Walt Grealis
Nancy Greene
Milton Fowler Gregg
Scott Griffin
Jean Grondin
Pierre Grondin
Phyllis Grosskurth
Harry Gunning
Raymond Gushue
Gordon Guyatt
Sandra Gwyn

Judith Goslin Hall
Sydney Halter
James Milton Ham
Jean Marc Hamel
Louis Edmond Hamelin
William McLean Hamilton
John Hamm
Stephen Hanessian
Arthur S. Hara
Jules Hardy
Douglas Harkness
John Russell Harper
Richard Harrington (photographer)
Cole Harris
Milton E. Harris
Richard Haskayne
Harry Hawthorn
Frank Hawthorne
Salter Hayden
Saul Hayes
Arden Haynes
Robert Haynes
Richard Hearn
Jacques Hebert (Canadian politician)
Roy Heenan
George Hees
Raymond Heimbecker
Lawrence Heisey
Maxim Hermaniuk
Alexander Hickman
Daniel G. Hill
Donald Hillman
William S. Hoar
Peter Hochachka
John Hodgetts
Stuart Milton Hodgson
Abby Hoffman
Paul F. Hoffman
Charles Hollenberg
C.S. Holling
John Wendell Holmes
Beland Honderich
John Hooper (sculptor)
Wilbert Hopper
John Alexander Hopps
Cleeve Horne
Myer Horowitz
Norman Horrocks
Chaviva Hosek
Arthur Maxwell House
James Archibald Houston
William Lloyd Hoyt
Monica Hughes
John Peters Humphreys
George Hungerford
Helen Hunley
Linda Hutcheon

Thomas Ide
Keith Usherwood Ingold
Norman Inkster
Arthur Irving
James K. Irving
Bill Irwin (priest)
Elmer Iseler
Werner Israel

Wilbur Jackett
Harry Jackman
Roger Jackson
Niels Jannasch
Pierre Jean Jeanniot
Harry Jerome
Prabhat Jha (epidemologist)
Harold E. Johns
Walter H. Johns
Donald J. Johnson
F. Ross Johnson
Frederick Johnson (politician)
George Johnson (Manitoba politician)
Don Johnston
Serge Joyal
Chantal Juillet

Sol Kanee
George Karpati
Malak Karsh
Leon Katz (physicist)
Wilbert Keon
Bruce Kidd
Michael J.L. Kirby
Lawrence Kirk
Watson Kirkconnell
Philippe Kirsch
Roy Kyooka
Ernest Klein (inventor)
Carl Klinck
Bartha Knoppers
Stanley Knowles
Murray Koffler
Leo Kolber
Henry Kreisel
Kresimir Krnjevic
Anton Kuerti
Anita Kunz

Arthur Labatt
Gilbert LaBine
Fernand LaBrie
Paul Lacoste (academic)
David Lam
Bernard Lamarre
William Kaye Lamb
Allen Lamber
Gilles Lamontagne
Otto Lang
Daniel Langlois
Fenwick Landsdowne
Andre Laplante
Hugues Lapointe
Maryse Lassonde
Allan Leal
William Lederman
Leonard Legault
Heinz Lehmann
William Leiss
Douglas LePan
Rita Letendre
Evelyn Lett
Walter Frederick Light
Daniel Ling
Victor Ling
Richard Lipsey
Dorothy Livesay
Kenneth Lochhead
Jonathan Lomas (researcher)
Leon Lortie
Louis Lortie
Frederick Lowy
Dorothy Ludwig
Arthur Lundrigan
Kevin G. Lynch
Sterling Lyon

Augustine A. MacDonald
H. Ian MacDonald
John B. MacDonald
John S. MacDonald
William Ross MacDonald
Grant MacEwan
Elsie MacGill
Grace MacInnis
Colin B. McKay
Donald MacKay (scientist)
Harold MacKay
J. Ross MacKay
Henry Poole MacKeen
Walter Mackenzie
Peter MacKinnon
Angus MacLean
Anne McLellan
David MacLennan
Kenneth McNaught
Alan MacNaughton
Jim MacNeill
Marnie McBean
Ernest McCulloch
Piers McDonald
Barbara McDougall
Pat McGeer
James McEwen (engineer)
Patrick McGrath (psychologist)
Alexander Gordon McKay
Darcy McKeough
Digby McLaren
Audrey McLaughlin
Earle McLaughlin
Stuart McLean
Katharine McLennan
James Chalmers McRuer
Peter McTaggart-Cowan
Ian McWhinney
Karen Magnussen
Gerald Maier
John Manion
Thomas Henry Manning
Leo Margolis
Seraphin Marion
Allan Markin
Paul Marmet
Jacob Masliyah
Yoshio Masui
Roger Matton
Arthur Mauro
Margaret Meagher
Jonathan Larmonth Meakins
Harry Medavoy
Roy Megarry
Pierre Michaud
Valentine Milvain
Henry Mintzberg
Douglas Mitchell
W. Thomas Molloy
Hartland Molson
Robert Moncel
Lorraine Monk
Alfred Monnin
Gilbert Monture
Robert Moody
Arthur B.B. Moore
Dora Davor Moore
Pierre Morency
Renee Morisset
Desmond Morton (historian)
W.L. Morton
Louis Muhlstock
Heather Munroe-Blum
Athol Murray
William Thornton Mustard

Arnold Naimark
Jean Jacques Nattiez
David Naylor
E.R. Ward Neale
Alex Neve
W.H. New
Ted Newall
Eric Newell
Leonard Nicholson
Robert Noble
Bruce Nodwell

David P. O'Brien
John O'Brien (Canadian Admiral)
Cornelia Oberlander
Frank O'Dea
Robert Ogle
Philip Oland
Victor De Bedia Oland
Michael Kelway Oliver
Paul O'Neill (author)
Toni Onley
Jessie Oonark
James Orbinski
Philip Orsino
Walter Stewart Owen
Kenneth Ozmon

Charles Pachter
William Anthony Paddon
Patrick Parfrey
Alice Parizeau
John Havelock Parker
Jon Kimura Parker
Timothy R. Parsons
Daniel N. Paul
Howard Pawley
Anthony Pawson
Landon Pearson
George Pedersen
Jack Pelech
Jean Pelletier
Mary Percy Jackson
David Peregrine
Vera Perlin
Isaac Phills
Lloyd Montgomery Pidgeon
Jean Pigott
Jean Guy Pilon
Martha Piper
Joseph Aurele Plourde
Jean Marie Poitras
Jack Poole
Carl Pollock
Sharon Pollock
Barry Posner (physician)
Arthur Edward Potts
D. Gregory Powell
Alfred Powis
Neville Poy
Andre Prevost (composer)
Robert Prevost
Raymond A. Price
Robert Prichard
Richard J. Puddephatt

Royden Rabinowitch
Nina Raginsky
John Erskine Read
Ernie Regehr
Simon Reisman
Grant Reuber
John Richard
Bill Ricker
Clay Riddell
Edouard Rinfret
John Risley
Cedric Ritchie
Rod Robbie
J.J. Michel Robert
Hedard Robichaud
Douglas Roche
Edward Samuel Rogers
Harold A. Rogers
Robert Gordon Rogers
Richard Rohmer
Roy Romanow
Allan Ronald
Malcolm Ross (Literary Critic)
Murray G. Ross
Phyllis Ross
Joseph Rotman
Harry Rowsell
Louise Roy (administrator)
Francois Rozet
Jaroslav Rudnyckj
Frederick Russell

Laura Sabia
David Sackett
Indira Samarasekera
Camille Sandorfy
Allen Sapp
John Savage (politician)
Felix Antoine Savard
Donald J. Savoie
Henry Saxe
Tito Scaiano
David Schindler
William G. Schneider
Seymour Schulich
Irving Schwartz
Ian Scott (Ontario politician)
Marianne Scott
Daryl Seaman
Philip Seeman
Alvin Segal
Gordon Walter Semenoff
James Sewid
Doris Shadbolt
Bernard Shapiro
J.R. Shaw
Walter Russell Shaw
Jennifer Shay
Leslie Shemilt
Joseph J. Shoctor
Gordon Shrum
Morris Shumiatcher
Robert Simmonds
Mary Simon
Adelaide Sinclair
Gordon Slemon
Arnold Smith
Arthur Ryan Smith
Muriel Smith
Wilfred I. Smith
Frank Sobey
Nahum Sonenberg
Raymond Souster
Raymond Speaker
Irene Spry
Charles Perry Stacey
Steven Staryk
Robert Steadward
Baldur R. Stefansson
Sam Steinberg
Ralph Steinhauer
Charles R. Stelck
Bette Stephenson
Carol Stephenson
William Stevenson (Judge)
Ian Stirling (biologist)
David Strangway
Barry Strayer
Marlene Streit
Guy Sylvestre
Stefan Sznuk

Elaine Tanner
Claude Taylor (Transportation executive)
Kenneth D. Taylor
Eric Teed
Wiliam Teron
Gordon Thiessen
Ronald Thom
Audrey Thomas
Richard M. Thomson
Raymond Thornsteinsson
Richard H. Tomlinson
Claude Tousignant
Peter Towe
Arthur Tremblay
Gilles Tremblay (composer)
Marilyn Trenholme Counsell
Bruce Trigger
Albert Trueman
Tsui Lap-Chee
Endel Tulving
William Ferdinand Alphonse Turgeon
Yuli Turovsky
W.T. Tutte

Irene Uchida
Robert Uffen
Frank Underhill

Sidney Van Den Bergh
Maury Van Vliet
Gerard Veilleux
Michel Vennat
Richard Verreau
Annette Verschuren
Andre Viger
Arthur Vineberg
Erich Vogt
George Volkoff
Bernard Voyer
Mladen Vranic

Juhn Atsushi Wada
Norman Wagner
Mark Wainberg
Peter Busby Waite
Carolyn Waldo
Jeff Wall
Jean Pierre Wallot
Harry Walsh
Phyllis Webb
W. Garfield Weston
Bill White (Canadian politician)
Bob White (trade unionist)
Martin Will
Lynn R. Williams
Percy Williams (sprinter)
Lynton Wilson
William Winegard
Gordon Arnaud Winter
Clarence Wiseman
Stephen Worobetz
James Worrall
Clifford Wright
Douglas Tyndall Wright

Leo Yaffe
Daniel Yanofsky

Eberhard Zeidler
George Zukerman
 
a list of 132 people
The list of men and women who deserve to be recognized by the Kennedy Center Honors for their services to the Arts in the United States.
First, they must be alive and able to attend the ceremony in Washington D.C. They don't award posthumously.
I would also like to add Alene Robertson, a musical actress from Chicago, Illinois who was awarded 9 Joseph Jefferson Awards (Chicago's Equivalent to the Tony Awards) to the list but she doesn't have an imdb.com page.
The following are those who passed away since this list was formed;

Dick Clark
Levon Helm
Andy Griffith
Ernest Borgnine
Marvin Hamlisch
Phyllis Diller
Hal David
Charles Durning
Andy Williams (he wasn't on this list but he should have been).
Marian McPartland OBE
Jeanne Cooper
Sid Caesar
Mickey Rooney
Elaine Stritch
Eli Wallach
James Garner
Robin Williams
Joan Rivers
Marian Seldes

Previous listings who were inducted in the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors.
Dustin Hoffman
David Letterman
Natalia Makarova


Previous listings who were inducted into the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors.
Herbie Hancock
Billy Joel,
Shirley MacLaine


If you would like to nominate anybody here or anybody else, you can go to the http://www.kennedycenter.org/ and look to nominate somebody there online. You will get a reply in your email. Once you receive your reply, please file it in your folder.
 
a list of 29 people
These were people on other lists of mine that have passed away since I started making the lists up.
 
a list of 120 people
 
a list of 118 people
Here is a list of potential British men who should be awarded Knighthood or some honor for their services and contributions to the arts. They need to be alive and willing to accept the honor.

The following men have declined the honours.
David Bowie declined a CBE and Knighthood.
Alan Bennett declined knighthood.
Michael Frayn declined knighthood.
Alan Rickman declined an honour.
Albert Finney declined CBE and knighthood.
Ken Loach declined an OBE.
Keith Richards declined CBE.
John Cleese declined CBE.

If you would like to nominate a gentleman here or anybody else, please feel free to do so at https://www.gov.uk/honours
 
a list of 172 people
Recipients of the Canadian highest honor; C.C. (Companion of the Order of Canada).

Those listed below are not here on this site.

John Black Aird
Pierrette Alarie
Jean Victor Allard
Doris Anderson
Edgar Archibald
Eric Arthur

Edwin Baker
Charles Band (Businessman)
Henry J.M. Barnett
John Bassett
Michel Bastarache
Thomas J. Bata
Laurent Beaudoin
Jean Beetz
Robert Edward Bell
Agnes Benidickson
Avie Bennett
Mario Bernardi
Claude Bertrand (neurosurgeon)
Florence Bird
Claude Bissell
S. Robert Blair
Jean Sutherland Boggs
Gerald Bouey
William Boyd (Pathologist)
Willard Boyle
John Ross Bradfield
Francois Philippe Brais
Bertram Brockhouse
E.L.M. Burns

Marcel Cadieux
Thane Campbell
Gerald Emmett Carter
John Robert Cartwright
Therese Casgrain
Clifford Chadderton
Lionel Chevrier
Floyd Chalmers
Joan Chalmers
Louise Charron
Brock Chisholm
Fernand Choquette
Bishop Howard Clark
Joe Clark
John Clyne
Reuben Cohen
Major James Coldwell
Harold Copp
James Corry (academic)
Peter Cory
Harold Scott MacDonald Coxeter
Purdy Crawford
Donald Creighton
Buck Crump
E.M. Culliton
David Culver
Balfour Currie

Camille Dagenais
Roy Daniells
Pierre Dansereau
Paul David
George Forrester Davidson
Bill Davis
Robert Defries
Marie Deschamps
Jules Deschenes
John James Deutsch
Jack Diamond (Canadian Businessman)
Brian Dickson
Charles George Drake

Willard Estey
John Robert Evans

Ellen Fairclough
Marcel Faribault
Gerald Fauteux
Gerard Filion
George Bernard Flahiff
Ross Flemington
Robert Ford (Poet)
Claude Fortier
Yves Fortier (lawyer)
Ruth Frankel
Armand Frappier
Rowland Frazee
Martin Friedland
Henry Friesen
Leslie Frost
William Fyfe

George Alexander Gale
Walter Gage
Stuart Garson
Jacques Genest
Reva Gerstein
Roger Gaudry
William-Henry Gauvin
Arthur Gelber
Paul Antoine Giguere
Gustave Gingras
Roland Giroux
Phil Gold
Victor Goldbloom
Charles Gonthier
Nicholas Goldschmidt
Donald Gordon (Canadian businessman)
Walter L. Gordon
Joseph Gosnell
Duncan Archibald Graham
Alain Grandbois
A. Jean De Grandpre
Louis-Philippe De Grandpre
Herb Gray
James Lorne Gray
Roger Guindon

Ian Hacking
Emmett Matthew Hall
Francesca Halpenny
Kenneth Hare
Lawren Harris
Arnold Heeney
James M. Harrison
Gordon Henderson
Gerhard Herzberg
Henry Hicks (Nova Scotia politician)
Lotta Hitschmanova
Gerda Hnatyshyn
Helen Sawyer Hogg
Peter Hogg

George Ignatieff
Richard M. Ivey

A.Y. Jackson
Stephen A. Jarislowsky
Diamond Jenness
Albert Wesley Johnson
David Johnston
Wilfred Judson

Hugh Llewellyn Keenleyside
Roy Kellock
Mart Kenney
Thomas Worrall Kent
Larkin Kerwin
Walter Koerner
Arthur Kroeger

Gerard La Forest
Luc Lacourciere
Antonio Lamer
Roger Landry
Renaude Lapointe
Bora Laskin
Charles Philippe Leblond
Maurice LeClair
Gabrielle Leger
Jules Leger
Robert Legget
Mary LeMessurier
Jean Paul Lemieux
Raymond Lemieux
Georges-Henri Levesque
Bennett Lewis
Davis Lewis (politician)
Stephen Lewis
Claire L'Heureux-Dube
Arthur Lismer
Charles Holland Locke
Bernard Longergan
Arthur R.M. Lower

John MacAulay
Donald Stovel MacDonald
James Macdonnell (Canadian politician)
William McIntyre (judge)
Jack Mackenzie
Norman MacKenzie
William Archibald Mackintosh
Ernest MacMillan
H.R. MacMillan
Norman John MacMillan
John C. Major
Ernest Manning
Leo Marion
Paul Martin
Paul Joseph James Martin
Ronald Martland
Goldwyn Arthur Martin
Don Mazanowski
Harrison McCain
Margaret McCain
Wallace McCain
Jack McClelland (publisher)
Robert Baird McClure
Pauline Mills McGibbon
Gordon McGregor
Hector McKinnon
John B. McNair
John Meisel
Frank Robert Miller
Brenda Milner
H.R. Milner
Moses Morgan
Raymond Moriyama
Joe Morris (trade unionist)
Donald Walter Gordon Murray
James Fraser Mustard

Hilda Neatby
Nathaniel Nemetz
John Lang Nichol

Betty Oliphant
Gordon Osbaldeston
Bernard Ostry
Sylvia Ostry
Alphonse Ouimet
Leonard Outerbridge

P.K. Page
Jean Papineau-Couture
Jean Guy Paquet
Alphonse Marie Parent
Alfred Pellan
Laurent Picard
Jack Pickersgill
Jean Philippe Pigeon
John Polanyi
Adrien Pouliot
Christopher Pratt

Juda Hirsch Quartet

Ivan Rand
Louis Rasminsky
Louis-Marie Regis
Escott Reid
Kathleen M. Richardson
Charles Ritchie (diplomat)
Edgar Ritchie
Roland Ritchie
Jean Paul Riopelle
Norman Robertson
Robert Gordon Robertson
Rocke Robertson
Louis Robichaud
John Josiah Robinette
Dufferin Roblin
Charles Ronning
Ghislaine Roquet
Alfred Rouleau
Roger Rousseau

Guy Saint Pierre
Robert B. Salter
Lucien Saulnier
Maurice Sauve
Lily Schreyer
F.R. Scott
Ted Scott
Charles Scriver
Joseph Sedgwick
Robert Fletcher Shaw
Louis Siminovitch
Michael Smith (chemist)
Omond Solandt
Margaret Southern
Ron Southern
Wishart Spence
George Stanley
Jack Sures
Thomas Symons

Robert Taschereau
Charles Taylor (philosopher)
Paul Tellier
Harry Thode
Walter P. Thompson
Shirley Thomson
Paul Thorlakson
Graham Towers
Marcel Trudeau
John Turner
William Twaits

Louis Albert Vachon
Murray Vaughan
Marcel Vincent

Patrick Watson (producer)
Ronald Lampman Watts
L. Dana Wilgress
Healey Willan
John Tuzo Wilson
Michael Wilson (Canadian politician)
Harold Wright (athlete)

Max Yalden
 
a list of 64 people
The men and women were interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in Santa Monica, California.
 
a list of 139 people
The men and women who have been interred at Hillside Memorial Park in Culver City, California.
 
a list of 31 people
Sir Harold Acton; major benefactor; donated the Villa La Pietra Campus to NYU.

Ruth Balser; Ph.D; Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives 1998-present.

Elmer Holmes Bobst; major benefactor; namesake of the Elmer Holmes Bobst Library.

Charles Butler; Council President; 1835.

Eugene Chien; GSAS Ph.D. 1973, Foreign Minister of Taiwan.

Roberto De Oliveira Campos; postgraduate study; Brazilian politician, legislator, and Brazilian ambassador to US and UK.

Richard Campagna; MA; Libertarian party VP candidate.

Bryan Chao; MA; Ambassador to Djibouti.

Sripati Chandrasekhar; GSAS Ph.D. 1944; Indian Minister of Health & Family Planning under Indira Gandhi.

Dae-Whan Chang; GSAS Ph.D. 1987, MA 1985; Prime Minister designate of South Korea.

Demos Chiang; Stern BS; Great grandson of Chiang Kai-Shek.

Clay Constantinou; Law LL.M. 1986, US Ambassador to Luxembourg.

Doris Ling Cohan; Law JD 1979, Judge, NY State Supreme Court.

Stavros Dimas; GSAS MA 1969, European Commissioner for the Environment.

William Henry Draper Jr; GSAS MA 1917, Under Secretary of War and the Army.

Juan Carlos Echeverry; GSAS Ph.D. 1996, Finance Minister of Colombia.

Robert Patrick John Finn; MA; US Ambassador to Afghanistan.

Albert Gallatin; NYU founder; Secretary of Treasury under Thomas Jefferson.

Guillermo Endara Galimany; postgraduate work law; President of Panama 1989-1994.

John William Gilbert; Secretary of State for Transportation; Secretary of State for Defense.

Camillo Gonsalves; BsC in Global Affairs; Permanent Representative of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the United Nations (2007-present).

Seth Harris; Law JD 1990; US Depart of Labor, Deputy Secretary of Labor 2009-present; US Department of Labor, Counselor to the Secretary, 1993-2000.

Muhammad Hassanein; GSAS MA 1966; Minister of Finance, Arab Republic of Egypt.

Heather M. Hodges; MA; US Ambassador to Moldova.

Teresa P. Hughes; MA: California State Senator.

Lazarus Joseph; Law 1912; NY State Senator (21st District 1934-1944, 24th district 1945) and Comptroller of NYC (1946-1954).

Martin Kimmel; major benefactor; namesake of the Kimmel Center for Student Life.

Samuel Levy: U. City of NY 1894 BS; Manhattan Borough President (1931-1937).

Morgan Lewis; one of the NYU founders; NY Governoer 1804-1807.

Ivan Lozowy; Law JD 1986; Founder of the Institute for Statehood and Democracy in Ukraine.

Ying Jeou Ma; Law LL.M. 1976; President of the Republic of China (Taiwan).

Elvin McCary; NYU graduate; member of both houses of Alabama State Legislature and real estate businessman from Anniston, Alabama, died in 1981.

Anne Firth Murray; GSAS Economics; Founder, Global Fund for Women.

Romulus Neagu; GSAS MA; Member of the Romanian Parliament, Ambassador.

Gonzalo Parra Aranguren; Law LL.M. 1952; Judge for the International Court of Justice.

John F. Pierce; Stern; Governor of the Central Bank in Trinidad & Tobago.

Louis Romano; Ed.D.; Member of the NJ General Assembly.

Adam Shapiro; GSAS MA: Co-Founder of International Solidary Movement.

David Steinman; CAS BA 1962; Chairman of JINSA.

Park Yong Sung; Stern MBA; Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce.

Queen Sylvia of Buganda; BA 1985; Queen consort of Buganda, the traditional kingdom in Uganda.

Samuel Pierce; Law LL.M. 1952;US Secretary of Housing & Urban Development.

Clifford Sobel; Stern BS 1972; US Ambassador to the Netherlands.

Ekwow Spio-Garbrah; Stern Graduate Studies; Minister of Communication, Ambassador to US of the Republic of Ghana.

Michael Steinhardt; major benefactor; namesake of the School of Culture, Education and Human Development.

Leonard N. Stern; major benefactor; namesake of the School of Business.

Christopher A. Thomas; GSAS MA International Relations; Chairman, Inter-American Economic Council.

Richard V. Thomas; NYU Masters of Laws; Member of the Wyoming Supreme Court, 1974-2001.

Samuel J. Tilden; Law 1838-1841, Honorary LL.D. 1867; NY Governor.

Preston Tisch; major benefactor; namesake of the School of the Arts.

Theodore Trautwein; Judge.

Rodney Vandergert; NYU Masters of Laws; Permanent Secretary of the Minister of Foreign Affairs for Sri Lanka.

Artemio L. Vergel De Dios; NYU MS in Banking & Finance in 1940; Founder of the JCI Philippines & JCI Manila.

James Lopez Watson; BA 1947; Judge for the US Court of International Trade.

Ernst Joseph Walch; Law MCJ 1981; Minister of Foreign Affairs.

John White; Masters degree in Public Administration; Louisiana State Superintendent of Education since 2012.

Edwin D. Williamson; Law JD 1964; Director of the White House Office of Government Ethics.

Barbara Wright; MA nursing education; Member of the NJ General Assembly.

Benjamin H. Wu; BA 1985; Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce.

Mary Carlin Yates; MA Ph.D.; US Ambassador to Ghana.
 
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Abraham Balk; 1947; foil and epee fencer, 5 NCAA gold medals, selected to the 1948 Olympics team.

Anjelina Belakovskaia; GSAS 2001 MA; US Women's Chess Champion 1995, 1996, & 1999.

Howard Cann; NYU basketball player 1914-1917, 1919-1920; coach 1923-1958.

Ben Carnevale; NYU basketball player 1934-1938; Navy basketball coach 1947-1967.

Rudy D'Amico; NBA basketball scout, former college & professional basketball coach.

Gary Gubner; world record holding shot-putter & Olympic weightlifter.

Edith Master; Olympic bronze medalist equestrian.

Irv Mondschein; Olympic decathlete and 3 time US champion, NCAA high jump champion, and All East Football player.

Samuel Jones; Olympic Gold Medalist high jump 1904.

Robert Shmalo; CAS; international ice dancing competitor.

Ed Smith; 1934; NFL Bston Redskins, Green Bay Packers 1936-1937, Model for Heisman Trophy.

Moe Spahn; American Basketball League (MVP).

Ken Strong; All American 1928; NFL Staten Island Stapletons, NY Giants 1929-1947; Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967.

Sidney Tannenbaum; 2 time All American basketball guard, left as NYU all time scorer; pro player.

John Woodruff;GSAS 1941 MA; Olympic gold medalist 800 m. 1936.
 
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Michael Gartner; Law 1972 JD; 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing.

George Perle; GSAS 1956 Ph.D.; 1986 Pulitzer Prize for "Woodwind Quartet No.4."

James Ford Rhodes; CAS 1865; 1916 Pulitzer Prize for "The History of the Civil War."

Charles Simic; CAS 1966 BA; 1990 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry "The World Doesn't End."

Moneta Sleet Jr; Masters in journalism; 1969 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography of the grieving Coretta Scott King.

Irwin Unger; professor; 1965 Pulitzer Prize for History "The Greenback Era."

Donald Wallance; CAS 1930 BA; industrial designer.
 
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Jacob M. Appel; GSAS 2000 MFA; Author of "Arborophilia," and "Creve Coeur."

Leonard Baskin; sculptor.

Stacey Bradford; MA Journalism; financial journalist, author, commentator.

Bliss Carman; visiting scholar, Canadian poet.

Countee Cullen; GSAS; author

Noon Meem Danish; former teaching staff, Urdu poet.

Crystal Eastman; Law 1907 LL.B.; a leader in the early 20th century feminist and civil liberties activism.

Tom Ford; TSOA; Design Director for Gucci.

Yuru Gitman; TSOA MFA:

Raymond P. Hammond; GAL 2000 MA; Editor in Chief of NY Quarterly.

William Lashner; Law JD; author.

Paola Lawton; CAS; journalist.

Davi Napoleon; TSOA 1989 Ph.D.; arts journalist and reviewer, author of "Chelsea on the Edge; The Adventures of the American Theater."

William Phillips; GSAS 1930 MA: co-founder of the Partisan Review.

James Amos Porter; GSAS MA; African American painter and art historian.

Charles Reznikoff; Law 1916 LL.B.; Objectivist poet.

Robert Sobel; CAS 1957, Ph.D.; business historian, author of "For Want of a Nail."

John Paul Thomas; GSAS 1954 MA; studied with William Baziotes.

James N. Wood; former director and President of the Art Institute of Chicago (1980-2004); December 2006; Named President and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust.
 
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Rudy Boschwitz; Stern MBA 1950, Law 1953, Senator.

Edward Irving Edwards; LL.B. Law; Senate 1923-1929, NJ Governor.

James Edward Murray; JD 1900; Senate 1934-1961.

James Aloysius O'Gorman; Law 1887 JD. Senator 1911-1917.

Arthur Walsh; Stern 1915; Senator.
 
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Jerome Anthony Ambro: BA 1955.

William Bernard Barry Law LL.B. 1925; D-NY 1936-1946.

Charles Robin Britt Law LL.M 1976; D-NC 1983-1985.

Peter Angelo Caviccha LL.B. 1908; R-NJ 1931-1937.

Earl Thomas Coleman; Wagner 1963 MPA; D-MO 1976-1993.

Maurice Connolly LLB 1898; D-IA 1921.

Irvin Delmore Davidson BS 1927, LL.B. 1928.

Lawrence Joseph DeNardis MA 1960, Ph.D. 1989;

Isidore Dollinger BCS 1925; 1949-1959.

Fred J. Eckert; law postgraduate work; congressman, ambassador.

Francis Edwin Dorn; Wagner 1936; congressman.

Smith Ely LLB 1846; congressman.

Leonard Farbstein LL.B. 1924; congressman 1957-1971.

Hamilton Fish Jr. LL.B. 1957; Congressman 1969-1995.

Cornelius Edward Gallagher; law postgraduate 1948; Congressman 1959-1973.

Jacob A. Geissenhainer: LL.B. 1862; congressman.

Benjamin A. Gilman; LL.B. 1950; congressman 1983-2003.

Anthony Jerome Griffin; LL.B. 1892; congressman 1918-1935.

Frank Joseph Guarini; JD 1950, LL.M. 1955; congressman 1979-1993.

Cecil Landau Heffel: graduate work; congressman 1977-1986.

Stanley Nelson Lundine; Law 1964 LL.B.; congressman 1976-1987.

Mitchell Jenkins; LL.B. 1926. congressman.

Edward Aloysius Kenney; LL.B. 1908; congressman 1933-1938.

Eugene James Keogh; Stern BS; congressman 1937-1967.

Arthur George Klein; LL.B. 1926; congressman 1946-1956.

Jefferson Monroe Levy; LL.B. 1873; congressman 1911-1915.

John MacCrate; 1906 LL.B.; congressman.

Vito Marcantonio; LL.B.; congressman.

Raymond Joseph McGrath; MA 1968; congressman 1981-1993.

Allan Langdon McDermott; LL.B. 1877; congressman 1900-1907.

Thomas Joseph Meskill; LL.B. 1955; congressman, Connecticut governor.

Denis O'Leary LLB 1890; congressman.

Nathan David Perlman LL.B. 1907; Congressman 1920-1927.

Anning Smith Prall LL.B. 1908; Congressman 1923-1935.

Benjamin Rabin LL.B. 1917; congressman.

Leo Frederick Rayfiel LL.B. 1908; congressman.

B. Caroll Reece Law 1916 MA; Congressman 1921-1961.

Matthew John Rinaldo; Wagner 1979 MPA; Congressman 1979-1993.

Benjamin Stanley Rosenthal; Law 1952 LL.M.; congressman 1962-1983.

Isaac Siegel; Law 1901 LL.B.; congressman.

Daniel Edgar Sickles; Law 1846 LL.B.; congressman.

Andrew Lawrence Somers; coursework; congressman.

James Tallmadge Jr; first president of New York University; congressman 1817-1819

Ludwig Teller; Law 1935 LL.B.; congressman 1957-1961.

Herbert Tenzer; Law 1927 LL.B.; congressman.

Elijah Ward; Law 1943, LL.B.; congressman.

Leo C. Zeferetti; 1963 student; congressman.
 
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The men and women who were interred at Mount Sinai Memorial Park in Los Angeles, California.
 
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Arthur Berger BA 1932; composer.

Greg Drudy; previous student, Interpol's first drummer.

Bernard Garfield BA 1948; bassoonist & composer.

Daniel Kessler GAL; Interpol's guitarist and backing vocalist.

Blake Schwarzenbach BA 1991; leader singer for bands, Jawbreaker and Jets to Brazil.

William Oscar Smith BA 1942; Jazz double bassist; most notably on Coleman Hawkins' recording of "Body and Soul."

Eileen Southern; Steinhardt 1961 Ph.D.' first African American woman appointed full tenured professor at Harvard University.

Louise Talma BA 1927; composer.
 
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The men and women who were cremated, interred or their ashes scattered at Mortlake Crematorium in Mortlake, London, England.
 
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Julius Axelrod: MSc. 1941; 1970 Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine.

Peter B. Berger MD 1983; cardiologist and Director of Clinical Research and Geisinger Clinic.

Frederick Cook MD 1890: explorer.

Fred Epstein WSC BA 1959; pediatric neurosurgeon.

William Alexander Hammond MD 1848; surgeon general, pioneer in neurology.

Maclyn McCarty 1940-1941 research fellow; demonstrated that DNA transmits genetic traits.

Walter Reed: discovered the mosquito transmission of yellow fever.

Albert Sabin MD 1931; developer of the oral vaccine for polio.

Arthur M. Sackler MD; founder of the Creedmore Institute of Psychobiological Studies.

Stephen Smith MD; founder of the American Public Health Association.
 
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Tood Coolman: 1999 Grammy Award winner for Best Album Notes.
 
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Missing is Halle Orchestra concertmaster Martin Milner awarded in June 1987.
 
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People who have been awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire).
Thomas B. McCrirrick CBE June 1987.
 
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Students who studied and graduated from the Juilliard School of Drama in New York City.
 
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Annes Kim TSOA 1998 BFA

DJ SWB; BSA 2006.

Eulalie Spence BS 1937: Broadway
 
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Kobi Alexander MBA 1980; founder and former CEO of Comverse Technology.

Charles Ranlett Flint BS 1968: Founder of IBM.

James M. Henderson: graduate studies, founder of Henderson Advertising Agency in Greenville, SC. Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of SC in 1970.

Arthur C. Martinez: BS 1960; former chairman and CEO of Sears.

Stewart G. Nagler: BS 1963; Vice Chairman, CFO and Director of MetLife.

Robert B. Cohen: BA 1947; founded Hudson News in 1987.

Jerome H. Coles BA 1935; namesake for NYU Sports Center.

Renato A. DiPentima MBA: president and chief executive SRA International Inc.

Robert J. Stevens MS 1985; Chairman, President, and CEO of Lockheed Martin.

Edward H. Bersoff: 1962-1968 BA, MA, Ph.D.; Chairman of Greenwich Associates.

Jake Burton Carpenter: BA 1977; designer of modern snowboard and founder of Burton Snowboards.

Shreshth Dugar BA 2011; Marketing director for Datemyschool.com

Israel Englander BS 1972; founder of Millennium Partners.

Randall W. Forsyth BS: editor in chief at Barons.com

Kayalakakam M. George: MBA 1948; CEO of Palai Central Bank (1956-1960).

Harvey Golub BS 1961; Chairman of American Express (1994-2001).

H. Dale Hemmerdinger WSC 1967; President of Hemmerdinger Foundation.

Abby F. Kohnstramm: MBA, Senior VP, IBM.

Eugene Kleiner MA 1948; founder of Kleiner Perkins.

Jeffrey Koo BA 1962; China Trust Commercial Bank.

Cathy Minehan MBA 1977; President of Federal Reserve Bank, Boston, MA.

Alan Levin MBA 1976; CFO, Pfizer.

Monroe Milstein: MBA; CEO of Burlington Coat Factory.

Karl A. Minner BA 1993; President and CEo of Nexus Legal Cash.

Joseph Nacchio BS 1970: CEO Quest.

Roy Neuberger: coursework; Founder of Neuberger & Berman.

Dean R. O'Hare BS 1963; CEO of Chubb Corp.

Park Chong-sup MBA: CEO of Hyundai Electronics Industries.

Andrew J. Perlman MD, Ph.D.: executive VP of Tularik Inc.

Chris Policinski MBA 1982; CEO Land O Lakes.

Kenneth Quinn MBA; CEO Citibank Canada.

Marc Rich BA; billionaire, comodities trader.

Leonard Riggio MBA 1964; CEO and Owner of Barnes & Noble.

Jay Schulberg BA 1961; advertising executive at Ogilvy & Mather and Bozell Worldwide.

William T. Schwendler: BS 1924, CEO Grumman.

Walter Shipley BS 1956; Chairman & CEO; Chase Manhattan Bank.

Robert Soros BA 1986; Head of Soros fund management, son of George Soros.

Mark Spitznagel MS; investor, hedge fund manager.

Ernest Stempel JD; former CEO, AIG.

Leonard N. Stern BS 1959, MBA; namesake of NYU Stern's School of Business, CEO, the Hartz Group.

Sy Syms BA 1946; founder of Syms Clothing.

Henry Taub BS 1947; Taub Foundation.

Laurence Alan Tisch B.Sc.; American media mogul and billionaire; president and CEO of CBS.

Francesco Trapani MBA; CEO of Bulgari.

Martin D. Weiss BA; financial market analyst, founder of Weiss Research.

Sharef Masarwa; market analyst, founder of Masarwa Research Inc.

Hardik H. Modi MS (Computer Science) analyst, intiator of IAM Practice L&T Infotech LTD.

Reifeld Bernhard MA; resolver of the Israeli-Palestine conflict.

Denise Sung Lee BA; principal of Khronicle Partners Inc. Management Consulting.

Juan Pablo Cappello Law; entrepreneu and lawyer.
 
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Women who should be awarded British Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire but aren't at the moment. If they haven't been honored at all, now is the time to start the process that takes about two years. Anyway, some have been honored prior in recent years but still that doesn't mean that they can't get damehood. In fact on the honours list, the British dames are the smallest list in comparison to the male knights awarded in the list.

While this list is long and varied by experiences, I think some of these ladies deserve damehood or something whether it's another honor such as an MBE, OBE, or CBE just something to honor and respect their contributions and services to the entertainment world.

Anybody who declines a lesser honor isn't listed here since there are so many possible willing recipients. It's their loss in the first place.

Previously on this list but passed away.
Faith Brook
Joyce Redman
Dinah Sheridan
Dora Bryan OBE
Elspet Gray
Edna Dore
Stella Tanner
Lila Kaye

Declined
Geraldine McEwen (declined OBE & Damehood).
Honor Blackman (declined CBE).
Vanessa Redgrave CBE (declined Damehood).
Dawn French (declined OBE).
Jennifer Saunders (declined OBE).
Nigella Lawson (declined OBE).

If you would like to nominate any lady below or anybody else. Please visit https://www.gov.uk/honours
 
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What began as a modest theatre company named Steppenwolf whether from the rock group or the Hermann Hesse's novella, it has become a phenomenon in American theatre. There have been others but nothing like Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois.
 
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Julius Axelrod M.Sc. 1941; 1970 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Arthur Kornberg MD 1947; 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

George E. Palade; postgraduate work at Robert Chambers Biology Lab; 1974 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Frederick Reines Ph.D. 1944; 1995 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Irwin Rose; postgraduate work under Severo Ochoa; 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Clifford Shull Ph.D. 1941; 1994 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Rosalyn Yalow; 1977 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Robert Aumann; 2005 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.

Baruk Benacceraf 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Economics.

Robert Engel 2003 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.

Avram Hershko; 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Tjalling Koopmans; 1975 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.

Rudolph Marcus: 1992 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Robert Mulliken: 1966 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Gunnar Myrdal: 1974 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.

Thomas Sargent: 2011 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.

Rudolf Eucken: 1908 Nobel Prize in Literature.

Wassily Leontief: 1973 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics Sciences.

Otto Loewi: 1936 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Edward Prescott: 2004 Nobel Prize in Economics.

Martin Perl: BS 1948; 1995 Nobel Prize in Physics.
 
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Sylvan Barnet BA 1948; Shakespearan scholar.

E. Lloyd Du Brul DDS 1937; author of Sicher and Du Brul's Oral Anatomy.

Avery Fisher BS 1929; inventor of the first stereo radio phonograph.

Corwia Hansch Ph.D.; inventor of the Hansch equation.

Tito Boeri Ph.D. 1990; Professor at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy and director of the Fondazione RDB.

Steve Holt Ph.D. 1966; Director of NASA Godard Space Flight Center.

Peter Lax BA 1947, Ph.D. 1949; 2005 Abel Prize Laureate; 1986 National Medal of Science Recipient.

Martin Hellman BA 1966; invented public key cryptography.

Marvin S. Houseman; MD; Chairman of CEO of Axonyx.

John Harvey Kellogg; MED 1875.

Barbara Keyfitz; Ph.D. 1970; Director of the Fields Institute.

Anne Kinney Ph.D. 1984; Director of Physics and Astronomy division at NASA.

David Korn Ph.D. 1969; creator of the Korn shell.

Cathleen Synge Morawetz Ph.D. 1951; National Academy of Science. 1998 National Medal of Science recipient (first woman honored).

Lee Morin M.Sc.,1978 MD, Ph.D. 1982; astronaut.

Louis Nirenberg Ph.D. 1949; National Academy of Science. 1995 National Medal of Science Recipient.

Frederick Reines Ph.D. 1944; 1995 Nobel Prize in Physics. 1985 National Medal of Science Recipient.

Clifford Shull Ph.D. 1941; 1994 Nobel Prize in Physics.

John Willborn Root BS 1969; inventor of the floating raft system.

Alfred Vail BA 1836; inventor.

Sylvia A. Law JD 1968; 1983 MacArthur Fellow; professor.

George Perle Ph.D. 1956; 1974 MacArthur Fellow, professor of music.

Charles Simic BA 1966; 1983 MacArthur Fellow.

Joseph B. Keller 1943-1948; BA, MA, Ph.D. 1988 National Medal of Science Recipient.

Albert Sabin MD 1931; 1988 National Medal of Science recipient.
 
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John S. Allen (Ph.D. 1936) first President of the University of South Florida, interim president of the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Samuel Baskin (Ph.D. 1974) First president of the Union Institute and University of Cincinatti in Ohio.

Edward J. Bloustein (Ph.D. 1948) 17th President of Rutgers University and NYU Law professor.

Truesdel Peck Calkins; Founder and President of Hofstra University.

Frank A. Cipriani MA, Ph.D.) 5th president of SUNY Farmingdale.

Katharine Culbert Lyall MBA 1969; President of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

John Anderson Fry MBA 1986; President of Drexel University.

Michael J. Garanzini MA 1978; President of Loyla University in Chicago, Illinois.

Hugh M. Gloster Ph.D. 1943; 17th president of Morehouse College.

Marc Gustafson BA 2007; Founder of Reach the World and recipient of the Marshall Scholarship.

Gabriel Hawawini Ph.D 1977; Dean, INSEAD.

Morris Janowitz BA 1941; sociological theorist.

Richard Joel BA 1972, JD 1975; 4th and current president of Yeshiva University.

Kim Won-Young Ph.D. 1959; father of Korean archaeology, Professor at Seoul National University.

Nicanor Reyes Sr. BA 1917; founder and 1st President of the Far Eastern University in Manila, Philippines.

James Ford Rhodes BA 1865; author of the "History of the Civil War" and Pulitzer Prize Winner in 1916.

Samuel Merrill Woodbridge BA 1838; Reformed Church clerygyman, Professor of Metaphysics and Philosophy of the Human Mind at Rutgers University (1857-1864); professor of Ecclesiastical History and Government at New Brunswick Theological Seminary 1857-1901; Taught didactic, polemic and pastoral theology. From 1883 until retirement, Dean of Seminary and President of Faculty.

Jan Zaprudnik Ph.D. 1969; US Belarussian community leader.
 
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This list is to know who declined British honours in the past. I am also including those who declined a lower honour and received a higher honor. I am also including those who have been stripped as well.
 
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Sidney Altman; Chemistry Nobel Laureate 1989.

Tjalling Koopmans; Nobel Laureate in Economics in 1975.

George Palade; professor at Yale Medical School 1973-1990; Physiology or Medicine in 1974.

Edward Tatum: Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine in 1958; Yale from 1945 to 1948.

Erwin Neher; Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine in 1991; biogphysicist; postdoctoral fellow at Yale.

Gerard Debreu; Nobel Laureate in Economics in 1983.

Thomas A. Steitz; Nobel Laureate in Chemistry in 2009.

Sydney E. Ahlstrom; historian of religion in America.


James Rothman; Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine in 2013; Yale alumni;

Robert Schiller; Nobel Laureate in Economics in 2013.

Kanichi Asakawa (Ph.D. 1902) historian, first Japanese professor at an American university.

Cleanth Brooks; English professor, expert on Faulkner.

Dennis S. Charney; neurobiologist.

Kenneth L. Davis; president and CEo of Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Arthur Louis Day; geophysicist, volcanologist.

Paul De Man; Sterling Professor of Humanities; French & Comparative Literature departments.

Isidore Dyen; comparative linguistics and Austronesian languages professor.

Donald Engelman; biophysicist and cancer researcher.

Anne Fadiman; author and Francis Writer in Residence at Yale.

Fred Rogers Fairchild; economist.

Irving Fisher; economist.

William Francis Gray Swann; Anglo American Physicist.

Bassam Frangieh; Arabic language and literature scholar.

Harold Hongju Koh; Dean of Yale Law School; assistant secretary of state for democracy; human rights and labor in the Clinton administration.

John Geanakoplos; economist, James Tobin Professor of Economics.

Josiah Willard Gibbs; American theoretical physicist, chemist, mathematician, first American Ph.D. in engineering.

Louise Gluck; Pulitzer prize winning poet.

Samuel C. Harvey; MD 1911; Assistant Professor of Surgery 1920-1921; Associate Professor and Acting Chairman of the Surgical Department 1921-1924; Chairman of the Department of Surgery and Chief Surgeon at Yale Hospital (1924-1947). Full Professor (1924-1950) Editor of the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine (1950-1953).

Orvan Hess MD; practitioner and researcher at Yale School of Medicine; best known for the fetal heart monitor.

Rene Edward De Russy Hoyle; US Army Major General.

G. Evelyn Hutchinson; zoologist; father of modern limnology.

Shizuo Kakutani; mathematician, Kakutani fixed point theorem.

Deen Kemsley; taught at Yale School of Management in 2004; teaches at AB Freeman School of Business.

Joseph LaPalombara; Arnold Wolfers Professor of Political Science and Management Emeritus.

Alvin Lustig; grahpic designer.

Bronislaw Malinowski; pioneer in ethnographic anthropology and a professor at Cornell, Yale, and Harvard.

Samuel Elmo Martin; linguist, developed Yale Romanization system for transliterating Korean.

John S. Meyer; physician.

Neal E. Miller; James Rowland Angell Professor of Psychology.

Elting. E. Morison; historian, essayist, military biographer, Professor History and American studies.

William Nordhaus (1963) economist.

Arthur Okun; economist.

Oystein Ore; mathematician.

Aldo Parisot; musician, cellist.

Peter C. Perdue; historian of Modern China.

Douglas W. Rae; political theorist.

Emir Rodriguez Monegal; Latin American contemporary literature professor, founder of Mundo Neuvo.

Juan Rosai; pathology professor and director of Anatomic pathology department between 1985 and 1991.

Philip Rubin; cognitive scientist.

Herbert Scarf; economist.

Oktay Sinanoglu; theoretical chemist and molecular biologist, youngest full professor at Yale.

James C. Scott; political scientist and anthropologist.

Joan Steitz; biochemist.

David Underdown; historian of 17th century England.

Jay Winter; Charles J. Stille Professor of History; World War I specialist.

Mary C. Wright; China historia; first woman to be appointed full professor in 1964.
 
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Kathryn Finney MPH 2000, Today Show correspondent.

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Michael P. Price MFA 1963
 
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Johnny Bent; Olympic silver medalist for US Hockey Team in 1932.

Johnny Broaca; 1936 World Series champion.

Walter Camp: (BA 1880) father of American Football.

Earl G. Graves Jr. (BA 1984) NBA player, all time leading scorer in Yale Men's basketball history.

Robert A. Gardner (Class of 1912) two time US Golf Champion Amateur.

Howard Groskloss; oldest MLB player at 100 in 2006.

George Haas Jr.; polo player.

Chris Higgins

Calvin Hill (BA 1980)

Bill Hutchinson

Philip L.B. Iglehart

Levi Jackson: first African American to captain an Ivy league football team.

Nate Lawrie (BA 2004).

Glenn Layendecker (BA 1983)

David Mackler

Kate O'Neill (BA 2003) 2004 Summer Olympian.


Wendell Mottley (BA 1964)

Winthrop Palmer: Olympic Silver Medalist in 1932 Hockey.

Mike Richter (BA 2006)

John Rogan

George C. Sherman Jr.

Anne Warner (BA 1976) firsy Yale College femae undergraduate to win an Olympic medal (bronze in rowing).

Josh West: Olympic medalist in rowing.

Blair Yaworski
 
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Robert Carl: composer and chair of composition at the Hartt School.

Jack Glatzer (BA 1960) concert violinist.

Walter Hekster (M.Mus 1963) composer, clarinetist, conductor.

Lisa Hopkins: opera singer. Tony award winner.

Johann Sebastian Paetsch (MM 1987) musician and cellist.

Andre Raphel: conductor of the Wheeling symphony orchestra

Chad Shelton (MA 1997) operatic tenor
 
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Carl Bialik (BA 2001) journalist, Wall Street Journal.

Wilbur Cross; author.

Brian D'Amato (BA 1984) novelist and sculptor.

Charles DeKay; linguist, poet, critic, fencer.

Randy Charles Epping (MA 1983) author.

Charles Finch (BA 2002) novelist, critic.

Amin Gulgee (BA 1987) metal sculptor & jewelry designe.r

Roland Hagenbuchle; scholar for American Studies and philosopher.

William Harland Hale (BA 1931) writer, journalist, editor.

Karl Kirschwey (BA 1979) poet.

Jonathan Levi; author, producer, musician, co-founder of Granta.

Jonathan Littell (BA 1989) writer, won the Prix Goncourt.

Nerissa Nields (BA 1989) of the Nields band.

ZZ Packer (BA 1994) author

Andrew Solomon (BA 1985) writer.

Erica Simone Turnipseed; a writer.

Marc Trujillo (MFA 1994) painter

Noah Webster (BA 1778; LLD 1823) lexicographer, author of the first dictionary of the American English language; founder of Amherst College.

Frederic Will (Ph.D. 1954) writer.
 
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Graham Arader (BA Economics 1972) rare map & print dealer.

Theophilus Brown; painter.

Norman Carlberg; sculptor, director of the Rinehart School of Sculptor.

Brian D'Amato (BA 1984) novelist & sculptor.

Edward D. Dart (BA 1949) architect.

Rackstraw Downes (BFA 1963; MFA 1964) painter.

Paul Fontaine (BFA 1935) painter.

Ann Gale (MFA 1991) painter; professor at the University of Washington School of Art.

John Graham Jr.

Dan Friedman; graphic designer.

John Graham Jr. (BA 1931) architect; designer of the Space Needle in the Seattle, Washington.

Amin Gulgee (BA 1987) Pakistani metal sculptor, jewelry designer; son of famed artist, Gulgee.

William Harlan Hale (BA 1931) writer, journalist, editor.

Erwin Hauer; sculptor.

Barkley Hendricks (BFA 1970, MFA 1972) painter.

Sujata Keshavan (MFA 1987) graphic designer.

Jack Lembeck (MFA 1970) painter & sculptor.

Joshua Meyer (BA 1996) painter.

Hally Pancer (MFA 1998) photographer.

Joshua Prince Ramus (BA 1991) architect.

Leo Rubinfien (MFA 1976) photographer.

Michael T. Williams (MFA 1968) artist; first African American included in the H.W. Janson History of Art.

Carlos Zedillo Velasco (BA 2008) Architect, vice president of Infonavti Mexico.
 
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Jonathan Edwards: pastor, theologian.

Asa Thurston (BA 1816) one of the first Christian missionaries to Hawaii.

Andrew Leete Stone (BA 1836) minister, author.

Hiram Bingham II (BA 1853) missionary to Hawaii & Gilbert Islands.

Thomas Frederick Davies Sr. (1853, 1893) 3rd bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan from 1889 to 1905.

Ashley Day Leavitt (BA 1900) minister of Harvard Congregational Church in Brookline, MA.

William Ragsdale Cannon (BD 1940; Ph.D. 1942) professor & dean of Candler School of Theology at Emory University, United Methodist Church Bishop.

Aaron Mackler (BA 1980) Rabbi in the Conservative movement.

James W. C. Pennington: African American orator, minister, abolitionist, first African American man to attended classes at Yale; he audited classes at Divinity School from 1834 to 1839.

Anson Phelps Stokes III (BA 1927) 11th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of MA.

Henry Boone Porter; liturgist, journalist, clergyman of the Episcopal Church, editor of the Living Church magazine.

John Leith (PH.D. 1949) Presbyterian author, theologian, professor.

Leroy Gilbert; Chaplain of the US Coast Guard.
 
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Richard S. Aldrich (BA 1906) US RI congressman

Lawrence Coughlin PA Congressman

Nelson Antonio Denis (JD 1980) NY State assemblyman.

Charles S. Dewey IL Congressman 1941-1942.

Jerome F. Donovan (Law 1894) US NY Congressman (1918-1921).

George Hambrecht (LLB 1904) WI State Assembly 1909-1910, 1915.

Jonathan Kreiss Tomkins (BA 2012) Alaska Representative 2013-present.

Dwight Loomis (BA 1847) US CT Congressman 1859-1863.

Samuel Augustus Maverick (BA 1828) TX state senator; namesake for Maverick.

Edward Ralph May (BA 1838) sole delegate to the IN Constitutional Convention of 1850 to support African American suffrage.

Warren A. Morton (BS 1945) WY speaker of the house (1979-1980).

William S. Reyburn US PA Congressman 1911-1913.

Carlos Romero Barcelo (BA 1953) US PR congressman 1993-2000; PR governor 1977-1985.

Richard Swett (BA 1979) US NH Congressman 1991-1995.

Hugh Q. Parmer (BA) TX state legislature 1963-1965, 1983-1991; Fort Worth Mayor 1977-1979.

Albert Bel Fay (BS 1936) Houston, TX businessman, R party official.

Bradford Bishop

Jabez Brown (BA 1757) Federalist supporter, deputy gov of RI.

Susan Bysiewicz (BA 1983) Secretary of State for CT, 1999-2010.

John T. Downey; judge, former CIA flyer imprisoned in China 1952-1973.

Stephen Clark Foster first American mayor of Los Angeles, CA.

Robert Hathaway; ruler of Sark.

Clarence King (Ph.D. 1862) founder of US geological survey.

Arthur Mag; legal counsel to Truman.

Gifford Pinchot; founder of the US Forest Service.

Sean Trende (BA 1995) Senior Elections Analyst for Real Clear Politics, co-author of the Almanac of American Politics.

Kori Udovicki (Ph.D. in Economics) Governor of the Bank of Serbia 2003-2004; assistant secretary general of United Nations 2007-present.
 
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The following list here are those not found on this site yet.

Alva B. Adams (BA 1896) D-Colorado 1923-1924, 1932-1941.

Abraham Baldwin (BA 1772) US Congress 1789-1799; Senator 1799-1807; author of the charter for U.Georgia and university president 1789-1801.

Roger Sherman Baldwin (BA 1811) CT Governor 1844-1846; CT US Senator 1847-1851.

John Beall (BA 1950) Maryland US Senator 1971-1976.

Stephen F. Bradley (BA 1775; MA 1778) US Senator Vermont 1801-1813.

John Chafee (BS 1947) RI Governor 1962-1969; Navy Secretary 1969-1972; US RI Senator 1976-1999;

John M. Clayton (BA 1815) Secretary of State in Taylor Cabinet; US DE Senator 1829-1856.

LeBaron Colt (BA 1868) US RI Senator 1913-1924.

David Daggett (BA 1783) US CT Senator 1813-1819.

David Davis (Law 1835) Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court by Lincoln (1862-1877) US IL Senator 1877-1883.

John Davis US MA Senator 1835-1841; 1845-1853.

Henry L. Dawes (BA 1839) US CT Senator 1875-1893.

Fred Dubois (BA 1872) US ID Senator 1891-1907.

William M. Evarts (BA 1837) Secretary of State under Hayes, US NY Senator 1885-1891.

James Hillhouse (BA 1773) US CT Senator 1796-1810.

James Jeffords (BA 1956) US VT Senator 1989-2007

William Samuel Johnson (BA 1744, MA 1747) US founding father, member of the Continental Congress 1785-1787; delegate to the Constitutional Convention in 1787; President of Columbia University 1787-1800; US CT Senator 1789-1791.

John Kean: US NJ Senator

John Lanman (BA 1788) US Senator.

R.J. Meigs Jr. (BA 1785) US OH Senator 1808-1810; 4th OH Governor 1810-1814; 8th US postmaster general 1814-1823; Meigs County is named in his honor.

Henry Mitchell (BA 1804) US Rep. NY 1833-1835.

Truman Newberry (MI Senator 1919-1922) Navy Secretary 1908-1909.

Francis Newlands (circa 1859) US NV Senator 1903-1917.

Robert Taft Jr. (BA 1939) US OH Congress 1963-1964; 1967-1970; US OH Senator 1971-1976.

Frederick Walcott (BA 1891) US CT Senator 1929-1935.

John Wales (BA 1801) US DE Senator 1849-1851; co-founder of Delaware College.

Malcolm Wallop (BA 1954) US WY Senator 1977-1995.
 
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John Brown of Pittsfield (BA 1771) accuser of Benedict Arnold.

Henry B. Carrington (BA 1845) Union Army General during the Civil War.

Moses Cleveland (BA 1777) founder of Cleveland, Ohio.

Manasseh Cutler (BA 1765) co-author of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787; member of the Ohio Company of Associates. (first non-Native American settlement in Ohio). US MA Congressman 1801-1905.

A. Peter Dewey: first American killed in Vietnam War in 1945.

James Gadsden (BA 1806) namesake of the Gadsden Purchase from Mexico including Arizona & New Mexico.

Nathan Hale (BA 1773) America's first spy.

Jarvis Offutt (BA 1917) World War I aviator; namesake for the Offutt Air Force Base.

John Paterson (BA 1762) major general in the American Revolutionary War & NY Congressman.

John Francisco Richards (BA 1917) World War I aviator; namesake for Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base.

Decius Wadsworth (BA 1785) Colonel US Army War of 1812 & Chief of Ordinance 1815-1821.

James Wadsworth (BA 1787) founder of Geneseo, NY & pioneer & leader of Genesee Valley.

Nathan Whiting (BA 1743) colonel of CT Troops during the French & Indian war and nephew of University President Thomas Clap.
 
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Andres Martinez (BA 1988) editorial page editor of the Los Angeles Times.

Marvin Olasky (BA 1971) editor in chief of the WORLD publication.
 
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Leonard Bacon (BA 1820) abolitionist

Cassius Marcellus Clay (BA 1832) abolitioniist.

Jeremiah Evarts (BA 1802) author, editor, activist, opponent of het Indian Removal Act of 1830.

Y.C. James Yen (BA 1918, honorary MA 1928) founder of the Chinese Mass Education Movement & Rural Reconstruction Movement.

Aditi Banerjee; attorney, writer and Hindu rights activist in the USA.
 
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The following people listed below are not on this site yet.

Cecilia Altonaga (JD 1986) first Cuban American woman to be appointed a Federal Judge in the USA.

R. Lanier Anderson III (BA 1958) federal judge on the US Court of Appeals for 11th Circuit.

Richard S. Arnold (BA 1957) late 8th Circuit Court Judge, Little Rock federal courthouse named in his honor.

David Sherman Boardman (BA 1793) CT Judge & Congressman.

Jose A. Cabranes (JD 1965) US 2nd Circuit Court Appeal Judge.

Barrington Daniels Parker Jr. (BA 1965, JD 1969) US 2nd Circuit Court Appeal Judge.

Benjamin Darrow (JD circa 1890) NY District Attorney.

Daryl Dawson (LLM) Justice of the High Court of Australia.

Dwight Foster (BA 1848) MA Attorney General, Associate Justice on the MA Supreme Judicial Court.

James Kent (BA 1781) father of American equity jurisprudence. Chancellor of New York.

John W. Nields Jr. (BA 1964) former chief counsel to the House Select Committee investigating Iran Contra affair.
 
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Roy L. Austin (US Ambassador to Trinidad & Tobago 2001-2009.

Hiram Bingham IV; US Vice Consul in Marseilles, France (1940-1941).

Donald Gips (MBA) US Ambassador to South Africa (2009-present).

Gordon Gray III (BA 1978) US Ambassador to Tunisia (2009-present).

Rashad Hussain (JD) US Special Envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

Howard Leach (BA) US Ambassador to France (2001-2005).

Robert D. McCallum Jr.; US Ambassador to Australia (2006-2009).

John O'Leary (BA 1969) US Ambassador to Chile.

Clark T. Randt Jr.; US Ambassador to China (2001-2009).

Robert P. De Vecchi (BA 1952, LHDH Honorary 2005) president emeritus of the International Rescue Committee.

Philip T. Reeker (BA 1986) US Ambassador to Macedonia (2008-present).

Ogden Reid; US Ambassador to Israel (1959-1961).

Charles Rivkin (BA 1984) US Ambassador to France & Monaco (2009-present).

R. Douglas Stuart Jr. (JD 1946) US Ambassador to Norway 1994-1999.

Richard Swett (BA 1979) US Ambassador to Denmark (1998-2001).

David Thorne (BA 1966) US Ambassador to Italy (2009-present).

Peter Tufo (JD) US Ambassador to Hungary (1997-2001).
 
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James Jesus Angleton (BA 1941) Chief of CIA Counterintelligence Staff (1954-1974).

Les Aspin (BA 1960) Secretary of Defense, US Congress WI 1971-1993.

John Chafee (BA 1947) RI Gov. 1962-1969, Navy Secretary 1969-1972; US RI Senator 1976-1999.

John M. Clayton (BA 1815) Secretary of State under President Zachary Taylor; US DE Senator 1829-1836, 1845-1849, 1853-1856.

William M. Evarts (BA 1837) Secretary of State under President Rutherford B. Hayes; US NY Senator 1885-1891.

Olu Falae (Nigerian Finance Minister 1989-1991; Presidential Candidate 1999).

Robert S. Ingersoll (BA 1937) Deputy Secretary of State & Ambassador to Japan under Presidents Nixon & Ford.

William McChesney McMartin Jr. (BA 1926) 9th & longest running chairman of the US Federal Reserve.

Alphonso Taft (BA 1833 Law) Attorney General & Secretary of War under President Ulysses S. Grant.
 
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2001
 
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The following of Yale Alums who are not on this site yet.

James Hopkins Adams (BA 1831) SC Gov. 1854-1856.

Roger Sherman Baldwin (BA 1811) CT Gov. 1844-1846.

John Chafee (BA 1947) RI Gov. 1962-1969.

Wilbur Cross (BA 1885, Ph.D. 1889) CT Gov. 1931-1939.

Jack Dalrymple (BA 1970) ND Gov. 2010-present.

John Davis MA Gov. 1834-1835; 1841-1843.

Henry Huntly Haight (BA 1844) CA Gov. 1867-1871.

William Livingston (BA 1741) first NJ Gov. 1776-1790, after the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

R. Jonathan Meigs (BA 1785) 4th OH Gov. 1810-1814.

Marshall F. Moore 7th WA Gov.

Gifford Pinchot (BA 1889) PA Gov, 1923-1927, 1931-1935; first Chief of the US Forest Service (1905-1910), and founder & professor of the Yale School of Forestry.

Carlos Romero Barcelo (BA 1953) PR Gov. 1977-1985.

Israel Smith (BA 1781) VT Gov. 1807-1807, Congress, Senate.

Samuel J. Tilden (BA 1837; LLD 1875) NY Gov. 1875-1876.
 
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Henry Baldwin (BA 1797) Supreme Court Justice 1830-1844.

David J. Brewer (BA 1856) Supreme Court Justice 1889-1910.

Henry B. Brown (BA 1856 & Law study) Supreme Court 1891-1906.

David Davis (Law 1835) Supreme Court 1862-1877.

Oliver Ellsworth (BA 1766) Supreme Court 1796-1800.

Sherman Minton (YLS one year degree 1917) Supreme Court 1949-1956.

George Shiras Jr. (BA 1853) Supreme Court 1892-1903.

William Strong (BA 1828; GRD 1831; briefly attended YLS) Supreme Court 1872-1880.

Morrison R. Waite (BA 1837) Chief Justice 1874-1888.

William B. Woods (BA 1845) Supreme Court 1881-1887.

Byron White (Law 1946) Supreme Court 1962-1993.
 
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John C. Calhoun; BA 1804; 7th Vice President of the US for John Quincy Adams & Andrew Jackson; Senator; Congress Member; Secretary of State Under President Tyler.

Tansu Ciller (Postdoctoral fellow) Prime Minister of Turkey 1993-1996;

AbD Al-Karim Al-Iryani (Ph.D. 1968) Prime Minister of Yemen Republic (1980-1983, 1998-2001), Foreign Minister 1993-1998.

Salvador H. Laurel (LLM 1953; JSD 1960) Vice President of the Philipinnes 1986-1992.

Lee Hong-Koo (Ph.D. 1968) Prime Minister of South Korea 1994-1995.

Mario Monti (M.Sc. 1968) Prime Minister of Italy 2011-Present

Wendell Mottley (BA 1964) Olympic Medalist; Trinidad & Tobago minister.

Peter Mutharika (LLM 1966; JSD 1969) 5th Malawi President.

Jovito R. Salonga (JSD 1949) Philippines Senator 1965-1972; 1987-1992.
 
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Frank Aarebrot; professor of comparative politics at University of Bergen.

A. Elizabeth Adams (Ph.D. 1926) professor of Zoology at Mount Holyoke College.

Diogenes Allen (B.D., Ph.D. 1964) philosopher, theologian, professor at Princeton Theological Seminary (1981-2002).

Richard Lee Armstrong (BSc. 1959 Ph.D. 1964 Geology) American/Canadian geochemist.

Walter A. Bell (MSc. 1911, Ph.D. 1920 geology) Canadian geologist & paleontologist.

Edward Bouchet (BA 1874, Ph.D. 1876, physics) first African American to graduate from Yale and the first to receive a Ph.D. at an American university.

Robert Brandom (BA 1972) philosopher at the University of Pittsburgh.

Katharine Jeanette Bush (Ph.D. 1901) zoologist, first woman to receive a Ph.D. in science from Yale.

Mark T. Carleton (BA 1957) Louisiana historian.

Steve Charnovitz (BA 1975, JD 1998) law professor at George Washington University.

Janet Coleman (BA, M.Phil, Ph.D) professor of Ancient & Medieval Political Thought at London School of Economics.

William Cornyn (AM 1942, Ph.D. 1944). professor of Slavic & South East Asian Linguistics.

Leo Damrosch (BA 1963) professor at Harvard University, 2005 National Book Award finalist for "Jean Jacques Rousseau: Restless Genius."

David Bates Douglass, professor at the US Military Academy, President of Kenyon College, designer of Green-wood Cemetery, member of Lewis Cass expedition of 1820.

Jacques Ehrmann, literary theorist & French department professor from 1961 to 1972.

John C. Ewers (MA 1934) ethnologist & first director of the National Museum of American History

Douglas Hodgkin (BA) political scientist at Bates College, author.

Ebenezer Kingsbury Hunt (BA 1833) President of the Connecticut State Medical Society, director of the Retreat for the Insance.

David Kolb (M.Phil 1970, Ph.D. 1972) philosopher at Bates College.

Arthur Lander BA, developmental biologist at University of California at Irvine.

Robert Langlands Ph.D. 1960, mathematician, emeritus professor, Institute for Advanced Study, author of the Langlands program.

Hart Day Leavitt BA 1934; English teacher, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, 1937 to 1975.

Robert C. Lieberman BA 1986; political scientist & provost at John Hopkins University.

Andreas Mandelis; B.Sc.1974; expert on photonics, Professor at the University of Toronto.

F.O. Matthiessen (BA 1923) literary historian, professor at Harvard University.

George Marcus BA 1968; anthropologist, professor at University of California at Irvine.

Scotty McLennan BA 1970; Dean for religious life at Stanford University.

Thomas V. Morris Ph.D.; former University of Notre Dame philosophy professor, currently founding chairman of the Morris Institute of Human Values.

E.R. Ward Neale MS 1951, Ph.D. 1952; geologist, professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Johnathan Oberlander MA 1990, M.Phil 1993, Ph.D. 1995; author and Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

H.T. Odum Ph.D. 1950; ecologist, professor at the University of Florida.

Bilal Orfali Ph.D. 2009; professor of Arabic language & Islamic Studies at the American Institute of Beirut.

Saul K. Padover MA 1930; historian, political scientist at the New School for Social Research in New York City.

Eileen Pollack BS; Professor of creative writing at the University of Michigan.

J. Roger Porter Ph.D. 1938; microbiology professor at the University of Iowa 1938 to 1979.

Tia Powell MD; psychiatrist, former head of NY State Task Force on Life & The Law.

Christian R. H. Raetz (BS 1967) professor of biochemistry at Duke University.

James Rothman (BA 1971) biologist, winner of the 2002 Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research.

Chris William Sanchiricco (JD, Ph.D 1994) professor of law, business and public policy at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Ofelia Schutte; professor of philosophy at the University of Southern Florida.

Florence Seibert Ph.D. 1923; biochemist, winner of the 1942 Garvan Olin Medal & Member of the National Women's Hall of Fame.

T.K. Seung BA, Ph.D.; professor of philosophy, government & law at the University of Texas, Austin.

Benjamin Silliman (BA 1796) father of American scientific education.

Robert B. Stepto, professor of English, pioneering African American studies scholar.

Matthias Storme, professor of law at Catholic University of Louvain & Antwerp University.

David Swensen Ph.D.; Yale endowment manager & professor at Yale School of Management.

Frank Bigelow Tarbell (BA 1873; Ph.D. 1879) historian, archaeologist, and professor of classic studies at the University of Chicago.

John Griggs Thompson (BA 1955) mathematician, winner of the Fields Medal in 1970.

Daniel S. Weld BA, BS 1982; professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington.

Josiah Whitney BA 1839; geologist, chief of California Geological Survey & geology professor at Harvard University.

Donald Goddard Wing; librarian & bibliographer at Yale University Library.

Yung Wing BA 1844; first Chinese person to receive an American college degree.
 
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Frederick Barnard (BA 1828) mathematician, educator, president from 1856 to 1858. chancellor 1858 to 1861 of the University of Mississippi; president (1864 to 1889) of Columbia University, namesake for Barnard College, active in the founding of American Association fro the Advancement of Science & the National Academy of Sciences.

J. Seelye Bixler (Ph.D. 1924) 16th president of Colby College from 1960 to 1979.

Samuel Palmer Brooks, President from Baylor University from 1902 to 1931.

Gerhard Casper (LLB 1962) honorary doctorate 2000; 9th president of Stanford University, former provost at the University of Chicago, member of the Yale Corporation.

William Chauvenet (BA 1840) Chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri from 1863 to 1869.

Henry Roe Cloud, first full-blooded Native American to attend Yale, reformer, educator, President of the Haskell Indian Nations University, First Native American member of the Yale secret society (Elihu).

Oscar Henry Cooper, President of Baylor University from 1899 to 1902, and of Simmons College, now known as Hardin-Simmons University from 1902 to 1909.

Raymond Culver; fourth president of Shimer College.

Jonathan Dickinson (BA 1706) when Yale was Collegiate School of Connecticut; founder of College of New Jersey and later renamed Princeton University.

Henry Durant (BA 1827) first president of the University of California at Berkeley.

James Johnson Duderstadt (BE 1964) President of the University of Michigan.

Peter Tyrrell Flawn (Ph.D. 1951) geologist and former president of the University of Texas at Austin.

Edward "Tad" Foote (BA) former president of the University of Miami.

Thomas H. Gallaudet (BA 1805, MA 1810) educator for the dead, co-founder and principal (1817 to 1830) of the American School for the Deaf, namesake of the Gallaudet University.

Thomas F. George (MA 1968, Ph.D. 1970) chemist and present chancellor of the University of Missouri in St. Louis.

Daniel Coit Gilman (BA 1852) 2nd president of the University of California at Berkeley; first president of John Hopkins University from 1876 to 1901; first president of the Carnegie Institution.

William Rainey Harper (Ph.D. 1874) first president of the University of Chicago.

Catharine Bond Hill (Ph.D. 1974) 10th president of Vassar College.

Robert M. Hutchins (BA 1921, LLB 1925) president 1929 to 1945 and chancellor from 1945 to 1951 at the University of Chicago.

Samuel Johnson (BA 1714) first president of Columbia University known as King's College; father of US Senator William Samuel Johnson.

William Samuel Johnson (BA 1744, MA 1747) son of Samuel Johnson; president from 1787 to 1800 of Columbia University. US Senator for Connecticut from 1789-1791.

Yamakawa Kenjiro (circa 1876) founder of Kytishu Institute of Technology.

Aptullah Kuran (BA 1952, MA 1954) first president & founder of Bogaziiei University in Istanbul, Turkey.

Theodore C. Landsmark (BA 1973, J.D. 1973) president (1997 to present) Boston Architectural College.

Douglas C. North (BA 1962) President of Prescott College & Alaska Pacific University, Head of School, The Albany Academies.

G. Dennis O'Brien (BA 1952) former president of Bucknell University & University of Rochester.

Aurelia H. Reinhardt (Ph.D. 1905) president of Mills College in Berkeley, California from 1916 to 1943.

Andrew Sledd (Ph.D. 1903) 1st President of the University of Florida (1905 to 1909); President of Southern University (1910 to 1914); first professor of New Testament Literature at Emory University's Candler School for Theology (1914 to 1939).

Ambrose Tighe (BA 1879, MA 1891) co-founder of William Mitchell College of Law.

Andrew Dickson White (BA 1853) co-founder & first president of Cornell University.

Eleazar Wheelock (BA 1733) founder of Dartmouth College.
 
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Notable students, graduates, and faculty associated with Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut with notable achievements in Business.

Herbert M. Allison (BA 1965) former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for financial stability; former chairman, president & CEO of TIAA-CREF; former president & CEO of Merrill Lynch.

Hugh Auchincloss (BA 1879) Standard Oil.

Robert M. Bass (BA 1971) chairman of Aerion; member & former chair of the Stanford University Board of Trustees.

Tim Collins MBA 1982; founder & CEO of Ripplewood Holdings LLC.

Granger Kent Costikyan (BA 1929) banker, partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

John J. Donovan (MS 1964, M.Ph. 1965, M.Eng 1965, Ph.D. 1967). IT entrepreneur, founder of Cambridge Technology Partners.

Donna Dubinsky (BA 1977) former CEO of PDA company Palm Inc., co-founder of PDA company, Handspring.

Charles B. Finch (BA 1941, LLB 1944), CEO & chairman of the board, Allegheny Power Systems, & political activist.

Rob Glaser (BA, MA) founder & CEO of RealNetworks.
Robert Greenhill (BA 1958) founder of M&A department & former president of Morgan Stanley.

Briton Hadden (BA 1920) co-founder of Time magazine.

Henry Holt (BA 1862( founder of publishing firm, Henry Holt & Company and later as Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

Robert Ingersoll (BA 1937) former CEO & Chairman of BorgWarner.

Brewster Jennings (BA 1920) founder & president of the Socony Mobil Oil Company (Standard Oil of New York now ExxonMobil) President of Memorial Center for Cancer & Allied Diseases & Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research.

Charles B. Johnson (BA 1954) chairman of the Franklin Templeton Investments.

Ellis Jones (MBA) CEO, Wasserstein Perella & Company.

Henry Bourne Joy, president of Packard.

Peter S. Kaufman (BA 1975) investment banker, president of the Gordian Group LLC.

Charles King (BA 1862, Sheffield). first head of the US geological survey.

Herbert Kohler (BS 1965) chairman & president of Kohler Company.

Edward Lampert (BA 1984) founder & chairman of ESL Investments (hedge fund), Chairman of the Sears Holding Company.

William K. Lanman (BS 1928 Sheffield) aviation, benefactor.

John Franklyn Mars (BS 1957) CEO, Mars Incorporated.

Robert L. McNeil Jr. (BS 1936) developer of Tylenol; chairman of McNeil laboratories.

W. James McNerney (BA 1971) CEO of Boeing Company.

John Pepper (BA 1960) former chairman & CEO of Procter & Gamble.

Henry M. Perks M.Sc.Eng. 1952) Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Convention Center; Streets Commissioner of Philadelphia; President, Day & Zimmermann, Deputy Superintendent of Schools of Philadelphia.

Eric Ries (BS 2001) pioneer of Lean Startup methodology.

Daniel C. Searle heir, CEO of G.D. Searle & Company, conservative philanthropist.

Forest Shely (BS 1946) physician, bank director in Campbellsville, Kentucky; a 56 year trustee of Campbellsville University.

Ben Silbermann (BA 2003) founder & CEO of Pinterest.

Harold Stanley; founder of Morgan Stanley.

Richard Thalheimer (BA 1970) founder & CEO of the Sharper Image.

John L. Thornton (MPPM Yale School of Management 1980) former president & Co-CEO of Goldman Sachs.

Juan Trippe (BA 1921) founder & CEO of Pan Am Airlines.

Frederick William Vanderbilt (BA 1893 Sheffield) philanthropist, director of the New York Central Railroad.

Friedrich Weyerhauser; co-founded Weyerhauser.
 
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Students, graduates and or faculty from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut who have achieved in technology and or innovation.
David Bushnell (circa 1776) inventor of the screw propellor, submarine, naval mine, and time bomb.
Harry B. Combs (BS 1935); Sheffield Scientific School, aviation pioneer.
Harvey Williams Cushing (BA); pioneer of modern brain surgery & Considered by many the greatest neurosurgeon of the 20th century.
Arthur M. Chickering; noted archaeologist of Virginia.
Lee De Forest (BS 1896, Ph.D. 1899) inventor of the triode.
Eric Fossum (Ph.D. 1984) inventor of the CMOS image sensor.
W. Edwards Deming (Ph.D. 1928) total quality management (TQM) guru.
Helen Flanders Dunbar (MD 1930) important early figure in US psychosomatic medicine.
Henry Levitt Ellsworth (BA 1810); first commissioner for US Patent Office, founder of the US Department of Agriculture.
Irving Fisher (BA 1888, Ph.D. 1891) economist, father of monetarism.
J. Willard Gibbs (BA 1858, PhD. 1863) mathematician, physical chemist, thermodynamicist, known for the Gibbs phenomenon.
Grace Hopper (MA 1930, Ph.D. 1934), inventor of the COBOL programming language.
Saunders MacLane (BA 1930) mathematician, founder of the category theory with others.
Aaron Marcus (BFA MFA 1969) first graphic designer in the world to work with computer graphics.
Samuel F.B. Morse (BA 1810) telegraph pioneer; inventor of the Morse code.
Harry Nyquist (Ph.D. 1917), engineer known for the Nyquist theorem.
John Ousterhout (BS 1975) creator of the Tel programming language.
Ronald Rivest (BS 1969) computer scientist, the R" in the RSA cryptography; 2002 Turing Award recipient.
George B. Shelden awarded the first US patent for an automobile in 1895.
Eli Whitney (BA 1792) inventor of the cotton gin.
 
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Yale students, faculty, and graduates who were awarded the Nobel Prize in any discipline.
The following are missing:
George Akeroff (BA 1962) Economics, 2001;
Peter A. Diamond (BA 1960) Economics, 2010;
John F. Enders (BA 1920) Physiology or Medicine in 1954;
Alfred G. Gilman (BS 1962) Physiology or Medicine in 1994;
Ernest Lawrence (Ph.d. 1925) Physics 1939
Joshua Lederberg (Ph.d. 1948) Physiology or Medicine in 1958;
David Lee (Ph.d. 1959) Physics 1996.
Dickinson W. Richards (BA 1917) Physiology or Medicine in 1956.
James Rothman (BA 1971) Physiology or Medicine in 2013.
William Vickrey (BS 1935) Economics 1996.
George Whipple (AB 1900) Physiology or Medicine in 1934.
Eric Wieschaus (Ph.D. 1974). Physiology or Medicine in 1995.
 
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Yale students, graduates, and faculty who have been awarded the Pulitzer Prize.
The following have also won but are not here on this site.
Charles Forelle (BA 2002); won for Public Service in 2007.
Wesley Morris (BA 1997); won 2012 for film criticism.
Kevin Puts (MM 1996) 2012 for music;
Mark Schoofs (BA 1985) won in 2000 for international reporting;
Yehudi Wyner (BA 1950, B.Mus.1951, M.Mus.1953) composer, won the Pulitzer for music in 2006 for his piano concerto, "Chiavi in Mano;" professor emeritus of musical composition at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.
 
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They attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in London, England or they were associated with the school.
 
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This list is about the First Ladies of Chicago Musical Theater in Chicago, Illinois.
Missing from the list are Paula Scrofano; Alene Robertson; Joan Krause; Kathy Taylor; Jeanne Croft;
 
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Actors, Actresses, comedians, performers, etc. who should have their own sitcom on television.
 
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Arts Center
 
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Students and faculty of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, England.
 
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Not listed here is Robert Lewis (Founder). Former students not listed here are the following:
Reuven Adiv
Joseph Anthony
Don Baldwin
James Baldwin
Joan Chandler
William Greaves
William Hansen
William Marshall
Eric Morris
George Morrison
Nico
Teresa Ruiz
John P. Ryan
 
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Recipients of the Mark Twain Prize Award from 1998 to present.
 
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Recipients of the MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) past and present.
 
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The men, women, and beloved animals who are interred at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California.
 
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Plot: Section 2, Lot 1184 Grid T-31
 
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Students and faculty who have studied or taught at the Italia Conti Academy of Drama in London, England.
 
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There are plenty of others that should be included in this list. If you would like to nominate a potential inductee. They must have about 5 years residency in New Jersey and did something honorable in accomplishments to history, arts, literature, enterprise, etc. You can nominate somebody on the website at
http://www.njhalloffame.org/

Honorees missing from this list include
General Robert Wood Johnson (Class of 2008).
Harriet Tubman (Class of 2008).
Lieutenant Brian Brennan (Class of 2009).
Michael Graves (Class of 2010).
James D'Heron (Class of 2010).
Detective Marc DiNardo (Class of 2010).
Former New Jersey Governor Brendan Byrne (Class of 2011).
Leon Hess (Class of 2011).
Victims of the September 11, 2001 (Class of 2011).
Samuel Newhouse (Class of 2012).
Raymond G. Chambers (Class of 2013).
Joetta Clark Diggs (Class of 2013).
J. Seward Johnson (Class of 2013)
Thomas Paine (Class of 2013).
Kathleen DiChiara (Class of 2013).
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (Class of 2014).
Maud Dahme (Class of 2014).
 
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This organization was founded by the beloved actress, Bonnie Franklin, with friends and others to help educate and inspire students in the Los Angeles public school system. You can visit the website at http://www.c-c-a-p.org for more information.
 
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2010
 
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This is a list of those interred or cremated at Westwood Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
 
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2004
 
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The men and women interred at Mount Hebron Cemetery in Flushing, Queens County, New York.
 
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Actors and Actresses and others who have attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City or in Los Angeles, California.
 
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Playwrights who have completed the playwrighting program at Juilliard School in New York City.
 
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Students who have graduated and or studied at the Juilliard School of Dance in New York City.
 
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Men and women interred at Calvary Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
 
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The Men and Women who are interred at San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California.
 
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The men and women who were interred at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park in Colma, San Mateo County, California
 
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The men and women who were cremated and interred at Chapel of the Pines Crematory in Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 4 people
Men and women whose cremains are interred at the San Francisco Columbarium in San Francisco, California.
 
a list of 107 people
The men and women were interred at Inglewood Park Cemetery in Inglewood, Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 7 people
The men and women who are interred at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 8 people
The men and women are interred at Mount Tamaplais Cemetery in San Rafael, Marin County, California.
 
a list of 14 people
The men and women were interred at Glen Haven Memorial Park in Sylmar, Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 29 people
The men and women interred at Santa Barbara Cemetery in Santa Barbara, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Los Angeles National Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Mountain View Cemetery in Altadena, Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 24 people
The men and women interred at Grand View Memorial Park in Glendale, Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 12 people
The men and women are interred at Eternal Valley Memorial Park in Newhall, Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 6 people
The men and women who were interred at Evergreen Cemetery in Oakland, Alameda County, California.
 
a list of 3 people
The men and women are interred at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Hayward, Alameda County, California.
 
a list of 145 people
The men and women are interred at Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla, Westchester County, New York.
 
a list of 13 people
The men and women are interred at Greenwood Cemetery in San Diego, California.
 
a list of 5 people
The men and women are interred at Westminster Memorial Park in Westminster, Orange County, California.
 
a list of 18 people
The men and women interred at Westschester Hills Cemetery in Hastings-On-Hudson, Westchester County, New York.
 
a list of 17 people
The men and women buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, Westchester County New York.
 
a list of 33 people
The men and women interred at Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City, Riverside County, California.
 
a list of 7 people
The men and women interred at Melrose Abbey Cemetery in Anaheim, Orange County, California.
 
a list of 38 people
The men and women interred at Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York.
 
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The men and women interred at Gates of Heaven Cemetery in Hawthorne, Westchester County, New York.
 
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The men and women who are interred at St. Paul's Churchyard in Covent Garden, London, England.
 
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Plot: The RAF Chapel
 
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The men and women interred at Highgate East Cemetery in Highgate, London, England.
 
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The following were interred at All Souls Cemetery in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California.
 
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The men and women who were interred or cremated at the Putney Vale Cemetery and Crematorium in Putney Vale, London, England.
 
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The men and women interred at the Willesden United Synagogue Cemetery in Willesden, London, England.
 
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The men and women interred at Trinity Church Cemetery and Mausoleum in New York City.
 
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The men and women interred at Saint Raymond's Cemetery in the Bronx, New York.
 
a list of 30 people
The men and women interred at Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park in Westlake Village, Los Angeles County, California.
 
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The men and women interred at Ferncliff Cemetery and Mausoleum in Hartsdale, Westchester County, New York.
 
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The men and women cremated and/or interred at Breakspear Crematorium in Ruislip, London, England.
 
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The men and women who were cremated here. Their ashes have either been interred here or were removed by the funeral or cemetery director for their families.
 
a list of 10 people
The men and women who are interred at Eternal Hills Cemetery in Oceanside, San Diego County, California.
 
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The men and women below are interred at Pacific View Memorial Park in Corona Del Mar, Orange County, California.
 
a list of 115 people
The men and women interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in Bronx, New York.
 
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The men and women interred at Eden Memorial Park in Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California.
 
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The men and women whose remains were interred at Hollywood Forever Memorial Cemetery in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California.
 
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Men and women who have been interred at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California.
 
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The men and women interred at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Colma, San Mateo County, California.
 
a list of 168 people
This cemetery has a memorial cenotaph plaque for Amelia Earhart. There are notable aviators who are also interred here as well. This cemetery is located in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California.
 
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The men and women are interred or cremated at Angelus Rosedale Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Home of Peace Memorial Park in East Los Angeles, California.
 
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Companion of Honour is one of Britain's highest honors even above Knighthood or Damehood. Only 65 living recipients of this Honour at a given time.
 
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Hollywood Foreign Press Lifetime Achievement Award in Motion Pictures was named in honor of it's first recipient, Cecil B. DeMille in 1952.
It was not awarded in 1976 or in 2008.
 
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The men and women are interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Cathedral City, Riverside County, California.
 
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Men and women interred at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, Riverside County, California.
 
a list of 6 people
The men and women interred at Oak Hill Memorial Park in San Jose, Santa Clara County, California.
 
a list of 15 people
Men and women interred at Mountain View Cemetery in Oakland, Alameda County, California.
 
a list of 14 people
The men and women are interred at El Camino Memorial Park in San Diego, California.
 
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They are interred at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 24 people
The men and women interred at Fort Rosencraz National Cemetery in San Diego, California.
 
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The men and women interred at Kensal Green Cemetery in Kensal Green, London, England.
 
a list of 15 people
The men and women are interred at Highgate West Cemetery in Highgate, London, England.
 
a list of 10 people
They are interred at Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 6 people
The men and women interred at Old Mount Carmel Cemetery in Glendale, Queens County, New York.
 
a list of 10 people
The men and women are interred at Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, San Mateo County, California.
 
a list of 3 people
The men and women interred or cremated at Cheltenham Cemetery and Crematorium in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.
 
a list of 2 people
The following are cremated at Gloucester Crematorium in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England.
 
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The following are interred at Bristol Cathedral in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.
 
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The men and women interred at Old Chiswick Cemetery in Chiswick, London, England.
 
a list of 12 people
The men and women interred at Golders Green Jewish Cemetery in Golders Green, London, England.
 
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This is the memorial location for those who died on September 11, 2001 at 1 and 2 World Trade Center in New York City; the Pentagon in Washington D.C., and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
 
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The men and women are interred at Mount Hope Cemetery in Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York.
 
a list of 5 people
The men and women were interred at Ascension Cemetery in Lake Forest, Orange County, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Harbor Lawn Mount Olive in Costa Mesa, Orange County, California.
 
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The men are interred at Santa Ana Cemetery in Santa Ana, Orange County, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Loma Vista Memorial Park in Fullerton, Orange County, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Cypress, Orange County, California.
 
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The following men are interred at Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Orange County, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Good Shepherd Cemetery in Huntington Beach, Orange County, California.
 
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The men and women interred at Fairhaven Memorial Park in Santa Ana, Orange County, California.
 
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The following are interred at Mount Hope Cemetery in San Diego, California.
 
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The men and women interred at Holy Cross Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York.
 
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The men and women are interred at the St. John's Cemetery in Middle Village, Queens County, New York.
 
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The men and women interred at Forest Lawn Covina Hills in Covina, Los Angeles County, California.
 
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The men and women were interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Odd Fellows Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
 
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The men and women interred at San Gabriel Cemetery in San Gabriel, Los Angeles, California.
 
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The following are interred at Live Oak Memorial Park in Monrovia, California.
 
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The men and women interred at Oakwood Memorial Park in Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California.
 
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The following are interred at Pomona Cemetery and Mausoleum in Pomona, Los Angeles County, California.
 
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The men are interred at Italian Cemetery in Colma, San Mateo, California.
 
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The following are interred at Oak Park Cemetery in Claremont, Los Angeles, California.
 
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The men and women are interred at Lincoln Memorial Park in Carson, Los Angeles, California.
 
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The men and women interred at Green Hills Memorial Park in Ranchos Palos Verdes, Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 4 people
The men who were interred at San Francisco National Cemetery in San Francisco, California.
 
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They are interred at Chapel of the Chimes, Columbarium and Mausoleum in Oakland, Alameda County, California.
 
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Students and faculty from the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts (London, England) which is now merged with Central School of Drama and Speech in London, England.