Died On March 2nd

Discover the most famous people who died on March 2. The list includes people like Sarojini Naidu, D. H. Lawrence, John Wesley, Serge Gainsbourg, Oscar Milosz. Famous personalities featured on this list, include poets, emperors & kings, actors and political leaders and from other domains of life. This list includes people from United States, United Kingdom, France & India and many more countries.

Randolph ScottRandolph Scott
American
Actor
Philip K. DickPhilip K. Dick
American
Novelist

Nicholas I of RussiaNicholas I of Russia
Russian
Emperor of Russia

Jeff HealeyJeff Healey
Canadian
Singer

Lolo SoetoroLolo Soetoro
Indonesian
Stepfather of Barack Obama

D. H. LawrenceD. H. Lawrence
British
Novelist

John WesleyJohn Wesley
British
Anglican Cleric and Christian Theologian

Sarojini NaiduSarojini Naidu
Indian
Poet and Freedom Fighter
Howard CarterHoward Carter
British
Archaeologist

Francis II, Holy Roman EmperorFrancis II, Holy Roman Emperor
Italian
Last Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire
Sandy DennisSandy Dennis
American
Actress

Anne of DenmarkAnne of Denmark
Danish, British
Queen of England

Mercedes McCambridgeMercedes McCambridge
American
Actress

Oscar MiloszOscar Milosz
French
Poet

Dusty SpringfieldDusty Springfield
British
Singer, Artist, Cleric
Marge SchottMarge Schott
American
Businesswoman

Billy HerringtonBilly Herrington
American
Models

Aubrey McClendonAubrey McClendon
American
Entrepreneur

Jubal EarlyJubal Early
American
Lawyer, Politician, Military personnel
Horace WalpoleHorace Walpole
Writer, Novelist, Autobiographer, Politician

Berthe MorisotBerthe Morisot
French
Painter
Dave MackayDave Mackay
British
Association football player, Association football

Emily CarrEmily Carr
Canadian
Painter, Autobiographer

Samuel SachsSamuel Sachs
American
Banker, Entrepreneur, Investment banker
Lawrence AnthonyLawrence Anthony
South African
 

Rajaram ChhatrapatiRajaram Chhatrapati
Indian
Ruler
Hank BallardHank Ballard
American
Singer-Songwriter

Lothair of FranceLothair of France
French
king

Chad of MerciaChad of Mercia
British
Saint
Mohammad MirmohammadiMohammad Mirmohammadi
Iranian
Politician

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James Q. WilsonJames Q. Wilson
American
Academic
Martin DennyMartin Denny
American
Pianist

Berta CáceresBerta Cáceres
Honduran
Activist

Henry Billings BrownHenry Billings Brown
American
lawyer, judge

Władysław I the Elbow-highWładysław I the Elbow-high
Polish
King
Champ ClarkChamp Clark
American
Politician
Madeleine VionnetMadeleine Vionnet
French
Grand couturier

João Bernardo VieiraJoão Bernardo Vieira
Bissau-Guinean
Elected official

Bettina GrazianiBettina Graziani
French
Fashion model

Theophanes the ConfessorTheophanes the Confessor
Turkish
Byzantine monk
Hans LedwinkaHans Ledwinka
Austrian
Engineer, Entrepreneur

Pope Innocent IPope Innocent I
Italian
Pope

Louis de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-SimonLouis de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-Simon
French
Soldier

Fred MerkleFred Merkle
American
Baseball manager

Hugh Gough, 1st Viscount GoughHugh Gough, 1st Viscount Gough
Irish, British
Officer
Frederick SeitzFrederick Seitz
American
Physicist

Josefa Ortiz de DomínguezJosefa Ortiz de Domínguez
 
Henry Steele CommagerHenry Steele Commager
American
Historian of the modern age, Historian, University

Jarosław IwaszkiewiczJarosław Iwaszkiewicz
Polish
Writer

Nasir KazmiNasir Kazmi
Pakistani
Poet
Hubert Howe BancroftHubert Howe Bancroft
American
Historian

Jules de PolignacJules de Polignac
French
Statesman
Bilal ibn RibahBilal ibn Ribah
Syrian
Muezzin

ManiMani
Iranian
Prophet

Sandra SchmirlerSandra Schmirler
Canadian
Curler

Mario PeiMario Pei
Italian, American
Linguist

Thomas J. WalshThomas J. Walsh
American
United States senator
Henri TroyatHenri Troyat
Russian
Novelist, biographer, historian

José Martínez RuizJosé Martínez Ruiz
Spanish
Novelist

Francis Russell, 5th Duke of BedfordFrancis Russell, 5th Duke of Bedford
British
Politician

Susanna RowsonSusanna Rowson
British, American
Novelist
Francis Wayland ParkerFrancis Wayland Parker
American
Educator

Logan Pearsall SmithLogan Pearsall Smith
British, American
Essayist
Justin KaplanJustin Kaplan
American
Writer

Joseph Metcalf IIIJoseph Metcalf III
American
Vice Admiral

Jacob T. SchwartzJacob T. Schwartz
American
Mathematician
Grafton Tyler BrownGrafton Tyler Brown
American
Painter

John Eberhard FaberJohn Eberhard Faber
German, American
Businessman
Salomon GessnerSalomon Gessner
Swiss
Painter

Halfdan RasmussenHalfdan Rasmussen
Danish
Poet

August W. EichlerAugust W. Eichler
German
Botanist
Horace GünzburgHorace Günzburg
Russian
Philanthropist

Francisco SalzilloFrancisco Salzillo
Spanish
Sculptor
Kiyokata KaburagiKiyokata Kaburagi
Japanese
Artist

John HainesJohn Haines
American
Poet

John SmibertJohn Smibert
American, Scottish
Artist

Fujiwara no YorimichiFujiwara no Yorimichi
Japanese
Regent
Henry BatailleHenry Bataille
French
Dramatist
Paul RaymondPaul Raymond
British
entrepreneur, publisher

J. Carson MarkJ. Carson Mark
Canadian, American
Scientist

Sophie GaySophie Gay
French
Author

Jim LightbodyJim Lightbody
American
Athlete
John Held, Jr.John Held, Jr.
American
Cartoonist

John DiamondJohn Diamond
British
Journalist

George EdwardsGeorge Edwards
British
Designer

Benjamin F. WadeBenjamin F. Wade
American
Politician

Pierre Guérin de TencinPierre Guérin de Tencin
French
Archbishop
Heinrich Wilhelm OlbersHeinrich Wilhelm Olbers
German
 

Péter BodPéter Bod
Hungarian
Theologian
Kōji SakaiKōji Sakai
Japanese
Military personnel

John JebbJohn Jebb
British
Reformer
Arthur L. DayArthur L. Day
American
Volcanologist
Isma'il PashaIsma'il Pasha
Egyptian
Khedive