Died On August 2nd

Discover the most famous people who died on August 2. The list includes people like Alexander Graham Bell, Warren G. Harding, William S. Burroughs, William II of England, Wild Bill Hickok. Famous personalities featured on this list, include political leaders, journalists, inventors and actors and from other domains of life. This list includes people from United States, France, United Kingdom & Mexico and many more countries.

Alexander Graham BellAlexander Graham Bell
03 March 1847, Canadian, Scottish
Inventor of Telephone
Wild Bill HickokWild Bill Hickok
27 May 1837, American

Warren G. HardingWarren G. Harding
02 November 1865, American
President of the U.S

Paul von HindenburgPaul von Hindenburg
02 October 1847, German
General, Second President of Weimar Republic

William S. BurroughsWilliam S. Burroughs
05 February 1914, American
Novelist, Short Story Writer

Henry III of FranceHenry III of France
19 September 1551, French
King of France
Fela KutiFela Kuti
15 October 1938, Nigerian

Thurman MunsonThurman Munson
07 June 1947, American
Baseball Player

William II of EnglandWilliam II of England
1056 AD, British
King of England

Horace MannHorace Mann
04 May 1796, American
Educator & Politician
Thomas GainsboroughThomas Gainsborough
14 May 1727, British
Landscape painter

Wallace StevensWallace Stevens
02 October 1879, American
Totie FieldsTotie Fields
07 May 1930, American

Baruj BenacerrafBaruj Benacerraf
29 October 1920, Venezuelan

Michel Jean-Pierre DebreMichel Debré
15 January 1912, French
149th Prime Minister of France
Holden RobertoHolden Roberto
12 January 1923, Angolan
Angolan Independence Leader

James DouglasJames Douglas
15 August 1803, British
British colonial governor on Vancouver Island (now
Carlos ChavezCarlos Chavez
13 June 1899, Mexican
Composer, conductor

Victoria CrossVictoria Cross
01 October 1868, British

Muhammad Ali of EgyptMuhammad Ali of Egypt
04 March 1769, Egyptian, Greek
Military commander
Shari LewisShari Lewis
17 January 1933, American
Actor, Television presenter, Puppeteer,

Fritz LangFritz Lang
05 December 1890, American
American-Austrian-German filmmaker
Enrico CarusoEnrico Caruso
25 February 1873, Italian
Opera singer, Singer

Raymond CarverRaymond Carver
25 May 1938, American
Short story writer

Raymond CarverRaymond Carver
25 May 1938, American
Short story writer

David HuddlestonDavid Huddleston
17 September 1930, American
James JamersonJames Jamerson
29 January 1938, American
Bass player
Ara ParseghianAra Parseghian
21 May 1923, American
Football Player

Rupprecht, Crown Prince of BavariaRupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria
18 May 1869, German

Andrey VlasovAndrey Vlasov
14 September 1901, Russian

Louis BlériotLouis Blériot
01 July 1872, French
Aviator, Engineer, Inventor, Aerospace engineer
Norman MacleanNorman Maclean
23 December 1902, American
Novelist, Journalist, Writer, University teacher

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Ahmed ZewailAhmed Zewail
26 February 1946, American

Jean-Pierre MelvilleJean-Pierre Melville
20 October 1917, French
Actor, Film director, Screenwriter, Film producer

John KeeganJohn Keegan
15 May 1934
Journalist, Military historian, Historian,

George Washington WilliamsGeorge Washington Williams
16 October 1849, American
Soldier, Historian, Diplomat, Writer, Minister,
Francesco BorrominiFrancesco Borromini
25 September 1599, Swiss, Italian

Lazare CarnotLazare Carnot
13 May 1753, French
Mathematician, Politician, Engineer, Officer,
Pietro MascagniPietro Mascagni
07 December 1863, Italian
Italian composer

Michel BergerMichel Berger
28 November 1947, French
Singer-songwriter, Music executive, Composer,

Pope Stephen IPope Stephen I
11 October 1948, Spanish

Pope John VPope John V
0635 AD, Italian, Turkish
Katō KiyomasaKatō Kiyomasa
25 July 1561, Japanese

Ernesto Cortázar IIErnesto Cortázar II
02 May 1940, Mexican

Pierre Auguste CotPierre Auguste Cot
17 February 1837, French

Pope SeverinusPope Severinus

Forrest BirdForrest Bird
09 June 1921, American
Barbara DemingBarbara Deming
23 July 1917, American
Writer, Journalist

Ælfweard of WessexÆlfweard of Wessex
0904 AD, British