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  1. Apr 04, 2016 · Henry Harpending (1944-2016) died this past Sunday. He had a stroke a year ago, and then a second one three weeks ago, but apparently he died of a lung infection. This is one of the risks of getting older: you dodge one bullet only to get hit by another. The cemeteries are full of people who die before their time, but this is one case where I really wish death had held off a while longer, so ...

  2. Kennedy died in the Good Samaritan Hospital 26 hours later. His body was buried in the Arlington National Cemetery near his brother John F. Kennedy's grave. Sirhan was a Palestinian who held strongly anti-Zionist and Pro-Palestinian beliefs. In 1969, he was convicted of killing Kennedy and was sentenced to death. He testified to having killed ...

  3. Carlo died during this time after providing sixteen years of companionship; Dickinson never owned another dog. Although the household servant of nine years, Margaret O Brien, had married and left the Homestead that same year, it was not until 1869 that her family brought in a permanent household servant, Margaret Maher, to replace the old one.

  4. Thomas Poole, a prosperous tanner of good family in the tiny Somerset village of Nether Stowey, became Coleridge’s closest associate in the uncertain period following his return to Bristol in 1796. The arduous and ultimately futile enterprise of The Watchman led him to seek a steady haven where he might work and write in sympathetic surroundings.

  5. › wiki › Emma_FrostEmma Frost - Wikipedia

    Emma Grace Frost is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, most commonly in association with the X-Men.The character first appeared in The Uncanny X-Men #129 (Jan. 1980), and was created by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer John Byrne.

  6. Zurich, Switzerland Though he may be the most prominent author in all of Irish literature, James Joyce went into self-exile from his politically embattled homeland in 1902 and died without returning in 1941. He was buried in a plot at the Fluntern Cemetery beside his wife and child, all watched over by a small statue of the celebrated writer.

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