Died On May 19th

Discover the most famous people who died on May 19. The list includes people like Anne Boleyn, Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Ewart Gladstone, Jamsetji Tata, Charles Ives. Famous personalities featured on this list, include political leaders, journalists, first ladies and military leaders and from other domains of life. This list includes people from United States, United Kingdom, Germany & Australia and many more countries.

Anne BoleynAnne Boleyn
British
Marquess of Pembroke
T. E. LawrenceT. E. Lawrence
British
Archaeologist

Mariam-uz-ZamaniMariam-uz-Zamani
Indian
Akbar's Third Wife

Jamsetji TataJamsetji Tata
Indian
Father of Indian Industry

Nathaniel HawthorneNathaniel Hawthorne
American
American Novelist
Pope Celestine VPope Celestine V
Italian
Pope

Alan YoungAlan Young
Canadian, British, American
Actor

Ronald ColmanRonald Colman
British
Actor
Charles IvesCharles Ives
American
Composer

C. L. R. JamesC. L. R. James
Trinidadian, British
Journalist, Writer, Historian, Theorist, Socialist
Josiah BartlettJosiah Bartlett
American
Former Governor of New Hampshire

Jackie KennedyJackie Kennedy
American
Former First Lady of the United States

Robert F. Furchgott Robert F. Furchgott
American
Biochemist

Jose MartiJose Marti
Cuban
Poet

Jacqueline Kennedy OnassisJacqueline Kennedy Onassis
American
Publisher, U.S. First Lady
Velupillai PrabhakaranVelupillai Prabhakaran
Sri Lankan
 

Henry MorganHenry Morgan
American
Humorist

Stanislav PetrovStanislav Petrov
Russian
Military officer

Larry LambLarry Lamb
British
Actor
Larry LambLarry Lamb
British
Newspaper editor

Jack BrabhamJack Brabham
Australian
Formula One driver, Directeur sportif
Jacques EllulJacques Ellul
French
Theologian, Philosopher, Writer, Sociologist,

Archduke Karl Ludwig of AustriaArchduke Karl Ludwig of Austria
Austrian
 

John BetjemanJohn Betjeman
British
Poet
Happy RockefellerHappy Rockefeller
American
Philanthropist

AlcuinAlcuin
British
Poet
Edward Douglass WhiteEdward Douglass White
American
Politician

James BoswellJames Boswell
British, Scottish
Biographer

Morley SaferMorley Safer
Canadian, American
War correspondent, Television presenter,
Coleman HawkinsColeman Hawkins
American
Saxophonist, Jazz musician

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Vijay TendulkarVijay Tendulkar
Indian
linguist, screenwriter, writer, translator
Henri de Saint-SimonHenri de Saint-Simon
French
Political Theorist

Karl RadekKarl Radek
Austrian, Polish
Politician, University teacher, Journalist

Freddie GarrityFreddie Garrity
British
Singer

Button GwinnettButton Gwinnett
British
Representative of Georgia to the Continental
John GortonJohn Gorton
Australian
Politician
Philipp BouhlerPhilipp Bouhler
German
Politician

Otto IV, Holy Roman EmperorOtto IV, Holy Roman Emperor
German
Former Holy Roman Emperor

Garret FitzGeraldGarret FitzGerald
Irish
Politician

Dmitry DonskoyDmitry Donskoy
Russian
 
Jeremiah DummerJeremiah Dummer
British, American
Colonial Figure

Eberhard von MackensenEberhard von Mackensen
German
Military personnel

Max SchelerMax Scheler
German
Philosopher, Anthropologist, University teacher,

James Tiptree Jr.James Tiptree Jr.
American
Author

Billy SingBilly Sing
Australian
Military personnel
NanaNana
American
Warrior

Titanic ThompsonTitanic Thompson
American
Hustling, poker playergolfer, pool player
Jadunath SarkarJadunath Sarkar
Indian
Historian

Walter LordWalter Lord
American
Lawyer

Belva Ann LockwoodBelva Ann Lockwood
American
American lawyer
Bolesław PrusBolesław Prus
Polish
Journalist

Ferdinand HodlerFerdinand Hodler
Swiss
Painter, University teacher
Marthinus Wessel PretoriusMarthinus Wessel Pretorius
South African
President

Vincent HardingVincent Harding
American
Historian

Johanna BudwigJohanna Budwig
German
Chemist, Biochemist, Inventor, Physician

Aaron HenryAaron Henry
American
Politician

Susannah McCorkleSusannah McCorkle
American
Jazz singer
Emperor Go-KashiwabaraEmperor Go-Kashiwabara
Japanese
Emperor

Sōsuke UnoSōsuke Uno
Japanese
Politician, Diplomat

Joseph LarmorJoseph Larmor
British
Physicist

Jan DługoszJan Długosz
Polish
Priest
Dorothy DoneganDorothy Donegan
American
Musician

Koichi ToheiKoichi Tohei
Japanese
Aikidoka
John Frederick II, Duke of SaxonyJohn Frederick II, Duke of Saxony
German
Duke

Moishe RosenMoishe Rosen
American
Religious leader

Nicholas MawNicholas Maw
British
Composer
Maria DąbrowskaMaria Dąbrowska
Polish
Writer

Marcelino Menéndez y PelayoMarcelino Menéndez y Pelayo
Spanish
Scholar
Melvin J. LaskyMelvin J. Lasky
American
Journalist

Charles Martin LoefflerCharles Martin Loeffler
German, American
Violinist

Robert S. DietzRobert S. Dietz
American
Scientist
Clint SmithClint Smith
Canadian
Ice hockey Centre

Robert HeineckenRobert Heinecken
American
Artist
Philips WouwermanPhilips Wouwerman
Dutch
Painter

Hans MayerHans Mayer
German
Scholar

Bruce LundvallBruce Lundvall
American
Record executive

Guillaume Groen van PrinstererGuillaume Groen van Prinsterer
Dutch
Politician
John Joseph EganJohn Joseph Egan
American
Priest
Yitzhak Ben-AharonYitzhak Ben-Aharon
Hungarian, Israeli
Politician

Son Byong-hiSon Byong-hi
South Korean
Activist

Earl ThomsonEarl Thomson
Canadian
Athlete

Muriel Wheldale OnslowMuriel Wheldale Onslow
British
Biochemist
James Edward MurdochJames Edward Murdoch
American
Actor

Harry von ArnimHarry von Arnim
German, Prussian
Diplomat

Carl SnoilskyCarl Snoilsky
Swedish
Poet

David TannenbergDavid Tannenberg
German, American
Organ maker

Godfrey WilsonGodfrey Wilson
British
Anthropologist
Benjamin BakerBenjamin Baker
British
Civil Engineer

Harold E. FroehlichHarold E. Froehlich
American
Engineer
Hideji HōjōHideji Hōjō
Japanese
Writer

John BlackwellJohn Blackwell
Welsh
Poet
Gabriel DumontGabriel Dumont
Canadian
Political figure
Uno SōsukeUno Sōsuke
Japanese
Politician