Famous People Who Died In 1912

Discover the most famous people died who died in the year 1912. This list includes people like John Jacob Astor IV, Bram Stoker, Robert Falcon Scott, Clara Barton, Joseph Lister and many more. This list of celebrities is loosely sorted by popularity. People featured on this list, include sailors, political leaders, explorers and novelists who died in 1912. This list includes people from United Kingdom, United States, France & Germany and many more countries.

John Jacob Astor IVJohn Jacob Astor IV
American
Businessman
Bram StokerBram Stoker
Irish
Creator of Dracula

Emperor MeijiEmperor Meiji
Japanese
Emperor of Japan

Robert Falcon ScottRobert Falcon Scott
British
Explorer

Clara BartonClara Barton
American
Nurse

Isidor StrausIsidor Straus
American
Businessman
Joseph ListerJoseph Lister
British
Surgeon and Scientist

Thomas AndrewsThomas Andrews
British
Businessperson, Naval Architect

Allan Octavian HumeAllan Octavian Hume
Indian, British, Scottish
Founder of Indian National Congress
William McMaster MurdochWilliam McMaster Murdoch
Scottish
First Officer of RMS Titanic

August StrindbergAugust Strindberg
Swedish
Novelist
Lawrence OatesLawrence Oates
British
British Officer

James S. ShermanJames S. Sherman
American
27th Vice President of the U.S.A

Daniel BurnhamDaniel Burnham
American
Architect, Urban Designer

William boothWilliam Booth
British
Founder of the Salvation Army, Preacher

Lawrence Alma-Tadema Lawrence Alma-Tadema
British
Painter
Andrew LangAndrew Lang
Scottish
Poet, Novelist, Literary Critic

Frederic PassyFrédéric Passy
French
Economist & Nobel Peace Prize Winner

William Thomas SteadWilliam Thomas Stead
British
Journalism

Wilbur WrightWilbur Wright
American
 
Henri PoincareHenri Poincare
French
Mathematician and Philosopher

Frederick VIII of DenmarkFrederick VIII of Denmark
Danish
King
Louis CyrLouis Cyr
Canadian
Sportsperson

Arthur MacArthur Jr.Arthur MacArthur Jr.
American
General

Samuel Coleridge-TaylorSamuel Coleridge-Taylor
British
Composer, Pianist, Conductor
Jules MassenetJules Massenet
French
Composer, Musicologist, Music educator, University

Karl MayKarl May
German
Writer, Novelist, Children's writer, Screenwriter
Archibald Gracie IVArchibald Gracie IV
American
historian, writer

Henry Tingle WildeHenry Tingle Wilde
British
Chief mate

William John McGeeWilliam John McGee
American
Explorer, Anthropologist, University teacher
Harriet QuimbyHarriet Quimby
American
Aviator

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Luitpold, Prince Regent of BavariaLuitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria
German
 
James B. WeaverJames B. Weaver
American
Politician

Nogi MaresukeNogi Maresuke
Japanese
Politician, Military personnel

Jacques FutrelleJacques Futrelle
American
American journalist

Octavia HillOctavia Hill
British
Social Reformer
Nettie StevensNettie Stevens
American
Geneticist
Bolesław PrusBolesław Prus
Polish
Journalist

George DarwinGeorge Darwin
British
Barrister

Ion Luca CaragialeIon Luca Caragiale
Romanian
linguist, poet, writer, journalist, playwright

Edward Adrian WilsonEdward Adrian Wilson
British
Explorer, Ornithologist, Painter, Scientist
Jules Joseph LefebvreJules Joseph Lefebvre
French
painter

Giovanni PascoliGiovanni Pascoli
Italian
Poet

Whitelaw ReidWhitelaw Reid
American
Diplomat

Osborne ReynoldsOsborne Reynolds
British
Physicist, Civil engineer, Engineer

Homer LeaHomer Lea
American
Soldier and author
Frank FurnessFrank Furness
American
Architect

Gerhard Armauer HansenGerhard Armauer Hansen
Norwegian
physician
Richard Norman ShawRichard Norman Shaw
British, Scottish
Architect

George GrossmithGeorge Grossmith
British
Comedian

Nicholas of JapanNicholas of Japan
Russian
Saint
Subh-i-AzalSubh-i-Azal
Iranian
Religious leader

Henry LabouchèreHenry Labouchère
British
Politician
Herman BangHerman Bang
Danish
Journalist

Walter William SkeatWalter William Skeat
British
Anthropologist

Robert Bruce FooteRobert Bruce Foote
British
Geologist

Édouard DetailleÉdouard Detaille
French
Painter

Dmitry MilyutinDmitry Milyutin
Russian
Minister of War
George W. MelvilleGeorge W. Melville
American
Engineer

Edward BlakeEdward Blake
Canadian
Political leader

Alois Lexa von AehrenthalAlois Lexa von Aehrenthal
Austrian
Diplomat

Marcelino Menéndez y PelayoMarcelino Menéndez y Pelayo
Spanish
Scholar
Joseph FurphyJoseph Furphy
Australian
Novelist

Johann Martin SchleyerJohann Martin Schleyer
German
priest
Jack PhillipsJack Phillips
British
radiotelegraphist

James AllenJames Allen
British
Writer

Paul-Émile Lecoq de BoisbaudranPaul-Émile Lecoq de Boisbaudran
French
Chemist
Henri BrissonHenri Brisson
French
Statesman

Felix DahnFelix Dahn
German
Historian
Clarence DuttonClarence Dutton
American
Geologist

Pyotr LebedevPyotr Lebedev
Russian
Physicist

Botho zu EulenburgBotho zu Eulenburg
Prussian
Prussian statesman
Alfred von Kiderlen-WaechterAlfred von Kiderlen-Waechter
German
Diplomat

Francis James GillenFrancis James Gillen
Australian
Anthropologist
Margaret Elizabeth SangsterMargaret Elizabeth Sangster
American
Poet

Horace Howard FurnessHorace Howard Furness
American
Scholar

Isaac K. FunkIsaac K. Funk
American
Lexicographer

Ishikawa TakubokuIshikawa Takuboku
Japanese
Poet
Milovan MilovanovićMilovan Milovanović
Serbian
Politician
Otto BrahmOtto Brahm
German
Literary Critic

Auguste Marie François BeernaertAuguste Marie François Beernaert
Swiss
Former Prime Minister of Belgium

Theodor GomperzTheodor Gomperz
Austrian
Philosopher

Richard John CartwrightRichard John Cartwright
Canadian
Canadian statesman
Edward SmithEdward Smith
British
 

François-Alphonse ForelFrançois-Alphonse Forel
Swiss
Scientist

Jean DupuisJean Dupuis
French
Explorer

Gabriel MonodGabriel Monod
French
Historian

Edward ArberEdward Arber
British
Scholar
Susan Tolman MillsSusan Tolman Mills
American
Missionary and educator

Lewis BossLewis Boss
American
Astronomer
Ferdinand ZirkelFerdinand Zirkel
German
Geologist

Justin McCarthyJustin McCarthy
Irish
Historian
José CanalejasJosé Canalejas
Spanish
Politician
Eduard Adolf StrasburgerEduard Adolf Strasburger
German, Polish
Professor