Died On April 19th

Discover the most famous people who died on April 19. The list includes people like Charles Darwin, Benjamin Disraeli, Konrad Adenauer, Daphne du Maurier, Pierre Curie. Famous personalities featured on this list, include political leaders, soldiers, actors and poets and from other domains of life. This list includes people from United Kingdom, United States, Germany & France and many more countries.

Aaron HernandezAaron Hernandez
06 November 1989, American
American Football Player
Charles DarwinCharles Darwin
12 February 1809, British
Naturalist, Geologist

Lord ByronLord Byron
22 January 1788, British
Poet, Politician

David KoreshDavid Koresh
17 August 1959, American
Religious Leader

Benjamin DisraeliBenjamin Disraeli
21 December 1804, British
British Prime Minister

Konrad AdenauerKonrad Adenauer
05 January 1876, German
Former Chancellor of Germany
Daphne du MaurierDaphne du Maurier
13 May 1907, British

Pierre CuriePierre Curie
15 May 1859, French
Nobel Laureate in Physics

Benjamin RushBenjamin Rush
04 January 1746, American

Octavio PazOctavio Paz
31 March 1914, Mexican
Writer, Poet, Diplomat and Noble Prize Laureate
Giovanni Antonio CanalCanaletto
28 October 1697, Italian

Percy Lavon JulianPercy Lavon Julian
11 April 1899, American
Walter KohnWalter Kohn
09 March 1923, Austrian
Physicist and Chemist

François JacobFrançois Jacob
17 June 1920, French

Levon HelmLevon Helm
26 May 1940, American
Singer, Musician, Autobiographer, Composer, Actor,
17 July 1961, American

Jim CorbettJim Corbett
25 July 1875, British
Writer, Hunter, Naturalist
Charles Sanders PeirceCharles Sanders Peirce
10 September 1839, American
Mathematician, Philosopher, Logician, Pragmatist,

Robert II of ScotlandRobert II of Scotland
02 March 1316, British
Monarch , Kings

J. G. BallardJ. G. Ballard
15 November 1930, Chinese, British
Novelist, Writer, Autobiographer, Screenwriter,
Uesugi KenshinUesugi Kenshin
18 February 1530, Japanese

Serge NubretSerge Nubret
06 October 1938, French
Actor, Film actor
Maxwell D. TaylorMaxwell D. Taylor
26 August 1901, American
Diplomat, Military personnel

Eldon HokeEldon Hoke
23 March 1958, American

Jean-Pierre CasselJean-Pierre Cassel
27 October 1932, French
Actor, Dancer

Hermine BraunsteinerHermine Braunsteiner
16 July 1919, Austrian
Wilhelm BittrichWilhelm Bittrich
26 February 1894, German
George P. CosmatosGeorge P. Cosmatos
04 January 1941, Greek, Italian
Film director, Screenwriter

Lionel CrabbLionel Crabb
28 January 1909, British
Military personnel

Greg HamGreg Ham
27 September 1953, Australian
guitarist, saxophonist, composer, pianist

Hans KelsenHans Kelsen
11 October 1881, Austrian, American
Lawyer, Judge, Philosopher, Educationist,
Pope Leo IXPope Leo IX
21 June 1002, German, French
Catholic priest

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Mirza Tahir AhmadMirza Tahir Ahmad
18 December 1928, Indian
Translator, Homeopath, Writer

Norris McWhirterNorris McWhirter
12 August 1925, British
Journalist, Publisher

Patricio AylwinPatricio Aylwin
26 November 1918, Chilean
Former President of Chile

Grete WaitzGrete Waitz
01 October 1953, Norwegian
Marathon runner, Long-distance runner, Athletics
Mikael AgricolaMikael Agricola
1509 AD, Finnish
linguist, priest, translator, theologian

Ronit ElkabetzRonit Elkabetz
27 November 1964, Israeli
Actor, Film director, Screenwriter, Singer, Model,
Philipp MelanchthonPhilipp Melanchthon
16 February 1497, German

Colmar Freiherr von der GoltzColmar Freiherr von der Goltz
12 August 1843, German
Writer, Military historian, Soldier

Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of BeaconsfieldBenjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield
21 December 1804, British
Former British Prime Minister
Ayub KhanAyub Khan
14 May 1907, Pakistani
Former President of Pakistan

Owen JonesOwen Jones
15 February 1809, British
Sōsaku SuzukiSōsaku Suzuki
27 September 1891, Japanese
Military personnel

George Gordon ByronGeorge Gordon Byron
22 January 1788, British
Poet, Politician

Alfred Whitney GriswoldAlfred Whitney Griswold
27 October 1906, American

James Graham BallardJames Graham Ballard
15 November 1930, British