People from Spencer County, Indiana

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  1. Florence Henderson

    Florence Henderson

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    American actress and singer

  2. Jay Cutler

    Jay Cutler

    32,832 views
    American football player, quarterback

  3. Abraham Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln

    9,544 views
    16th President of the United States

  4. Bill Peet

    Bill Peet

    468 views
    American artist and writer

  5. Neil Reed

    Neil Reed

    168 views

    Burgess Neil Reed (November 29, 1975 – July 26, 2012) was a college basketball player at Indiana University and the University of Southern Mississippi. He was noted for an incident during which he was choked by Indiana coach Bobby Knight in 1997.


  6. Howard Schnellenberger

    Howard Schnellenberger

    12 views
    American college football player, college football coach, professional football coach

  7. Del Harris

    Del Harris

    9 views
    American basketball coach and executive

  8. Roger Kaiser

    Roger Kaiser

    7 views
    American basketball player-coach

  9. Ken Dilger

    Ken Dilger

    7 views
    American football player

  10. Jon Goldsberry

    Jon Goldsberry

    7 views
    American football player

  11. J. Clarence Karcher

    J. Clarence Karcher

    4 views
    American geophysicist

  12. Richard Fred Suhrheinrich

    Richard Fred Suhrheinrich

    3 views
    American judge

  13. Parrish Casebier

    Parrish Casebier

    1 view
    American basketball player

  14. Bruce King (American football)

    Bruce King (American football)

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    American football player

  15. John H. Cassady

    John H. Cassady

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    John Howard Cassady (April 3, 1896 – January 25, 1969) was an admiral in the United States Navy. He was Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean from 1954 to 1956. Prior to his assignment, Cassady had served as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air) from January 1950 to May 1952, Commander of USS Saratoga during World War II and Commander of Sixth Fleet from 1952 to 1954. He died in 1969 in Boca Raton, Florida.


  16. Thomas Gamble Pitcher

    Thomas Gamble Pitcher

    1 view
    Superintendent of the United States Military Academy 1866-70

  17. Martin Marty (bishop)

    Martin Marty (bishop)

    1 view
    Catholic bishop

  18. Charles Lieb

    Charles Lieb

    1 view
    American politician



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