Famous People Who Died In 1888

Discover the most famous people died who died in the year 1888. This list includes people like Louisa May Alcott, Matthew Arnold, Amos Bronson Alcott, Nikolay Przhevalsky, Squire Whipple and many more. This list of celebrities is loosely sorted by popularity. People featured on this list, include geographers, political leaders, spiritual & religious leaders and inventors who died in 1888. This list includes people from United States, Germany and many more countries.

Louisa May AlcottLouisa May Alcott
29 November 1832, American
Writer
Matthew ArnoldMatthew Arnold
24 December 1822, British
Poet

Amos Bronson AlcottAmos Bronson Alcott
29 November 1799, American
Teacher and Educator

Nikolay PrzhevalskyNikolay Przhevalsky
12 April 1839, Russian
Geographer, Explorer

Squire WhippleSquire Whipple
16 September 1804, American
Civil Engineer

John EllaJohn Ella
19 December 1802, British
Violinist
Philip SheridanPhilip Sheridan
06 March 1831, American
Officer, Politician

John BoscoJohn Bosco
16 August 1815, Italian
Writer, Catholic priest

Horatio SpaffordHoratio Spafford
20 October 1828, American
Lawyer

Edward LearEdward Lear
12 May 1812, Italian
Artist
John PembertonJohn Pemberton
08 July 1831, American
Pharmacist, Inventor, Chemist

Carl ZeissCarl Zeiss
11 September 1816, German
Scientific instrument maker
Charles-Valentin AlkanCharles-Valentin Alkan
30 November 1813, French
Composer, Pianist, Linguist, Translator, Music

Rudolf ClausiusRudolf Clausius
02 January 1822, German
Physicist, University teacher, Mathematician,

Domingo Faustino SarmientoDomingo Faustino Sarmiento
15 February 1811, Argentinian
Politician, Writer, Journalist, Soldier, Diplomat,
Asa GrayAsa Gray
18 November 1810, American
Curator, Botanist, University teacher

Anton MauveAnton Mauve
18 September 1838
Painter, Watercolourist
Samson Raphael HirschSamson Raphael Hirsch
20 June 1808, German
Rabbi, Translator

Theodor StormTheodor Storm
14 September 1817, German
Lawyer, writer

Ludvig NobelLudvig Nobel
27 July 1831, Swedish
Entrepreneur, Engineer, Philanthropist
William IWilliam I
22 March 1797, German
King

Nikolai PrzhevalskyNikolai Przhevalsky
12 April 1839, Russian
Geographer