Died On July 28th

Discover the most famous people who died on July 28. The list includes people like Johann Sebastian Bach, Thomas Cromwell, Francis Crick, Otto Hahn, Cyrano de Bergerac. Famous personalities featured on this list, include political leaders, composers, novelists and actors and from other domains of life. This list includes people from France, United Kingdom, United States & Germany and many more countries.

Johann Sebastian BachJohann Sebastian Bach
German
Composer
Thomas CromwellThomas Cromwell
British
English statesman

Francis CrickFrancis Crick
British
Co-discoverer of the Structure of the DNA

Eileen BrennanEileen Brennan
American
Actress

Cyrano de BergeracCyrano de Bergerac
French
Dramatist and Playwright
Joseph BonaparteJoseph Bonaparte
French, Italian
King of Naples and Sicily

Otto HahnOtto Hahn
German
Chemist

Marie DresslerMarie Dressler
Canadian, American
Actress
William James MayoWilliam James Mayo
American
Physician and Surgeon

Abraham CowleyAbraham Cowley
British
Poet
Abraham PaisAbraham Pais
American
Physicist

George Seaton George Seaton
American
Screenwriter, Film Director

Maximilien de RobespierreMaximilien de Robespierre
French
Influential Figure of the French Revolution

Antonio Lucio VivaldiAntonio Lucio Vivaldi
Italian
Composer

Archer John Porter MartinArcher Martin
British
Chemist
Allvar GullstrandAllvar Gullstrand
Swedish
Ophthalmologist

Lenny McLeanLenny McLean
British
Actor, Boxer

Inder KumarInder Kumar
Indian
Actor

Keith GreenKeith Green
American
Pianist
Theodosius IITheodosius II
Turkish
Emperor

Mahasweta DeviMahasweta Devi
Indian
Human rights activist, Writer, Poet, Novelist,
Louis Antoine de Saint-JustLouis Antoine de Saint-Just
French
Politician, Writer

Frank LoesserFrank Loesser
American
Composer, Librettist, Lyricist, Songwriter, Film

Selim IIISelim III
Turkish
Sultan
Edogawa RanpoEdogawa Ranpo
Japanese
Writer, Novelist, Screenwriter, Literary critic,

David GemmellDavid Gemmell
British
Author
Moses MontefioreMoses Montefiore
British
Banker

Charles Albert of SardiniaCharles Albert of Sardinia
French, Italian
 

John Peter ZengerJohn Peter Zenger
German, British, American
Journalist
Susan GlaspellSusan Glaspell
American
Playwright

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William ClitoWilliam Clito
French
King
Pope Victor IIPope Victor II
German
Catholic priest

Gaspard MongeGaspard Monge
French
Mathematician, Politician, Physicist, University

Ramón GrauRamón Grau
Cuban
politician, physician

Georges CouthonGeorges Couthon
French
Politician
Zbigniew HerbertZbigniew Herbert
Polish
Poet
Edith AbbottEdith Abbott
American
Economist

Andrew Jackson DowningAndrew Jackson Downing
American
 

Roger Tory PetersonRoger Tory Peterson
American
Zoologist, Ornithologist

Gerard de LairesseGerard de Lairesse
Painter, Art historian
François HanriotFrançois Hanriot
French
Revolutionary

Antonio Guzmán BlancoAntonio Guzmán Blanco
Venezuelan
Military Leader

Jules GuesdeJules Guesde
French
Journalist

Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of ArlingtonHenry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington
British
Statesman

Helen TraubelHelen Traubel
American
Opera singer
Haydée SantamaríaHaydée Santamaría
Cuban
Revolutionary

Bulstrode WhitelockeBulstrode Whitelocke
British
Former Lord Keeper
Ersilio ToniniErsilio Tonini
Italian
Theologian, Catholic priest

Jūgatsu ToiJūgatsu Toi
Japanese
Novelist

Nathan Meyer RothschildNathan Meyer Rothschild
German
Banker
Sir Flinders PetrieSir Flinders Petrie
British
Egyptologist

Jan Evangelista PurkinjeJan Evangelista Purkinje
Czech
Physiologist
Clemens Maria Wenzeslaus von BrentanoClemens Maria Wenzeslaus von Brentano
German