List of famous people who died in 1915

List of celebrities who died in 1915
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  1. Deaths on the RMS Lusitania

    Deaths on the RMS Lusitania

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  1. A. B. McDonald

    A. B. McDonald

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    Alexander Beith McDonald (12 August 1847 - 31 October 1915) was a Scottish architect.


  2. A.F. Norris

    A.F. Norris

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    A.F. Norris (1864-1915) was a prolific American architect. He designed approximately 400 residences.


  3. A. Noel Edwards

    A. Noel Edwards

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    Polo player

  4. A.R. Pardington

    A.R. Pardington

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    Civil engineer

  5. A. U. Wyman

    A. U. Wyman

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    treasurer of the United States

  6. A. W. Benn

    A. W. Benn

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    English philosopher

  7. Abba Samuel Wolde Kahin

    Abba Samuel Wolde Kahin

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    Tutor and mentor of Ras Tafari Makonnen

  8. Abigail Scott Duniway

    Abigail Scott Duniway

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    Suffragist, writer, journalist, pioneer

  9. Abraham Acton

    Abraham Acton

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    Recipient of the Victoria Cross

  10. Abraham Anderson

    Abraham Anderson

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    Abraham Anderson (1829 – June 10, 1915) was the founder of the Anderson Preserving Company in 1860. In 1869 he partnered with Joseph A. Campbell and their company became Campbell's Soup in 1920.


  11. Abraham Berliner

    Abraham Berliner

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    German historian and theologian

  12. Abraham Jefferson Seay

    Abraham Jefferson Seay

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    American judge

  13. Abraham Salm GBzn

    Abraham Salm GBzn

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    Dutch architect

  14. Abraham Shimonaya

    Abraham Shimonaya

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    Chaldean Catholic bishop of Hakkari

  15. Abram J. Buckles

    Abram J. Buckles

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    American Judge and Medal of Honor recipient

  16. Abram P. Haring

    Abram P. Haring

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    Abram Pye Haring (November 15, 1840 - February 22, 1915) was an American soldier who fought in the American Civil War. Haring received his country's highest award for bravery during combat, the Medal of Honor. Haring's medal was won for his actions at Bachelor's Creek in North Carolina. Haring and the eleven men under his command resisted an overwhelming attack from Confederate forces on February 1, 1864. He was honored with the award on June 28, 1890.


  17. Addai Scher

    Addai Scher

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    Chaldean Catholic cleric and scholar

  18. Adélard Langevin

    Adélard Langevin

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    Catholic bishop

  19. Adèle Hugo

    Adèle Hugo

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    Adèle Hugo (28 July 1830 - 21 April 1915) was the fifth and youngest child of French writer Victor Hugo. She is remembered for developing schizophrenia as a young woman, which led to a romantic obsession with a British military officer who rejected her. Her story has been retold in film and books.


  20. Adèle Isaac

    Adèle Isaac

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    Opera singer

  21. Adeline, Countess of Cardigan and Lancastre

    Adeline, Countess of Cardigan and Lancastre

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    Adeline Louisa Maria, Countess of Cardigan and Lancastre (December 24, 1824, to May 25, 1915), was the second wife of English peer James Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan and later the wife of the Portuguese nobleman Don António Manuel de Saldanha e Lancastre, Conde de Lancastre. She was the author of scandalous memoirs, My Recollections, published in 1909, under the name Adeline Louisa Maria de Horsey Cardigan and Lancastre, though strictly speaking she was not allowed by the rules governing the British peerage to join her former and current titles together. Her book detailed events and people coupled with gossip concerning the establishment of Victorian England. After her marriage to the Earl of Cardigan in 1858, Queen Victoria had refused to have her at court because Cardigan had left his first wife.


  22. Adolf Kofler

    Adolf Kofler

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    Racing cyclist

  23. Adolf Weber (ophthalmologist)

    Adolf Weber (ophthalmologist)

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    Adolf Weber (19 June 1829 - 17 July 1915) was a German ophthalmologist.


  24. Adolphe Pégoud

    Adolphe Pégoud

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    French flying ace

  25. Adolphus Ballard

    Adolphus Ballard

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    British historian

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