List of famous people who died in 1903

List of celebrities who died in 1903
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  1. A. Follett Osler

    A. Follett Osler

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    British, Scientist

  2. A. J. Blackwell

    A. J. Blackwell

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    Founder of Blackwell, Oklahoma.

  3. A. Seshayya Sastri

    A. Seshayya Sastri

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    Diwan of Travancore

  4. Abel Bazán

    Abel Bazán

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    Abel Bazán (23 December 1833 – 24 October 1903) was an Argentine politician and jurist.


  5. Abiel Leonard

    Abiel Leonard

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    The Right Reverend Abiel Leonard (June 26, 1848 – December 3, 1903) was the second bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah, serving from 1888 to 1903. He was succeeded by the Right Reverend Franklin Spencer Spalding. He was a graduate of Dartmouth College and the General Theological Seminary, New York.


  6. Abner Taylor

    Abner Taylor

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    American politician

  7. Abraham Scott

    Abraham Scott

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    Abraham Scott (ca.1817 – November 1903) was a businessman and politician in the early days of the colony of South Australia.


  8. Abram Hewitt

    Abram Hewitt

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    American politician

  9. Ada Ellen Bayly

    Ada Ellen Bayly

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    British writer

  10. Adam Grant Horne

    Adam Grant Horne

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    Adam Grant Horne (1829 – August 10, 1901) was a Hudson's Bay Company employee at the Colony of Vancouver Island, a municipal politician and a businessman. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and died at Nanaimo, British Columbia. He married Elizabeth Bate whose brother, Mark Bate, also an HBC employee, was the first Mayor of Nanaimo.


  11. Adam Stanisław Sapieha

    Adam Stanisław Sapieha

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    Polish noble

  12. Addison S. McClure

    Addison S. McClure

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    Politician

  13. Adolf Čech

    Adolf Čech

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    Adolf Čech (11 December 1841 – 27 December 1903) was a Czech conductor, who premiered a number of significant works by Antonín Dvořák (the 2nd, 5th and 6th symphonies, more than any other conductor; other important orchestral works, four operas, the Stabat Mater), Bedřich Smetana (Má vlast, five operas), Zdeněk Fibich (two operas) and other Czech composers. He also led the first performances outside Russia of two operas by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and the Czech premieres of seven operettas by Jacques Offenbach. He was also a bass singer and a translator of opera librettos.


  14. Adolph von Hansemann

    Adolph von Hansemann

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    German, Business

  15. Adolphus Drucker

    Adolphus Drucker

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    British politician

  16. Agnes Addison

    Agnes Addison

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    Draper

  17. Agnes Ethel

    Agnes Ethel

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    actor

  18. Agnes Harrold

    Agnes Harrold

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    Hotel manager, foster parent, nurse, midwife

  19. Ahmad bey Javanshir

    Ahmad bey Javanshir

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    Azerbaijani historian

  20. Al Dwight

    Al Dwight

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    Baseball player

  21. Aladár Andrássy

    Aladár Andrássy

    3 views
    Hungarian, Politician

  22. Albert Aspinall

    Albert Aspinall

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    Albert Wood Aspinall (27 December 1839 – 15 December 1903) was an Australian stonemason and builder. He was an expert in constructing round towers and buildings.


  23. Albert Cahen

    Albert Cahen

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    French composer

  24. Albert Chavannes

    Albert Chavannes

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    Albert Chavannes (February 23, 1836 – May 3, 1903) was a Swiss-born American author, philosopher, and sociologist, active primarily in the late 19th century. He is best known for his two utopian novels, The Future Commonwealth and In Brighter Climes, which discuss a fictional futuristic society, "Socioland," where the economy is governed by socialist ideals rather than capitalism, and where morality is based on social scientific experimentation, rather than traditional religion. Chavannes was also one of the earliest social theorists to extensively discuss exchange theory, and his ideas on "magnetism" influenced writers such as John William Lloyd and Ida C. Craddock.


  25. Albert Dresden Vandam

    Albert Dresden Vandam

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    Albert Dresden Vandam (1843–1903) was an English journalist and writer.


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