Albert Johnson (jockey) Albert M. Johnson (November 18, 1900 - September 18, 1966) was an American Hall of Fame jockey.
Alexander W. Weddell Alexander Wilbourne Weddell (April 6, 1876 – January 1, 1948) was an American diplomat.
Austin E. Lathrop Austin Eugene "Cap" Lathrop (October 5, 1865July 26, 1950) was an industrialist and outspoken opponent of Alaskan statehood.
Bill Donovan William Edward Donovan (October 13, 1876 – December 9, 1923), nicknamed Wild Bill, was an American right-handed pitcher and manager in Major League Baseball.
Bob Bescher Robert Henry "Bob" Bescher (February 25, 1884 – November 29, 1942) was a baseball outfielder who played 11 seasons in the major leagues.
Bob Unglaub Robert Alexander Unglaub (July 31, 1881 – November 29, 1916) was an American first baseman and utility infielder in Major League Baseball who played for the New York Highlanders, Boston American...
Casey Jones Jonathan Luther "John" "Casey" Jones (March 14, 1863 – April 30, 1900) from Jackson, Tennessee, was an American railroader who worked for the Illinois Central Railroad (IC).
Charles Paxton Zaner Charles Paxton Zaner (February 15, 1864 – December 1, 1918) was an American calligrapher, pen artist, and teacher of penmanship.
Dave Eggler David Daniel Eggler (April 30, 1849 – April 5, 1902) was a Major League Baseball center fielder.
Ed Glenn (shortstop) Edward D. Glenn (October 1875 - December 6, 1911) was a shortstop in Major League Baseball.
Ed Ricketts Edward Flanders Robb Ricketts (May 14, 1897 – May 11, 1948) commonly known as Ed Ricketts, was an American marine biologist, ecologist, and philosopher.
Edward Mann Butler Edward Mann Butler (July 13, 1784 – November 1, 1855) was one of Kentucky's most prominent early educators.
Eldon Hoke Eldon Wayne Hoke (March 23, 1958 — April 19, 1997) was an American musician.
Emma Booth (The Salvation Army) Emma Moss Booth (8 January 1860 – 28 October 1903) known as 'The Consul', was the fourth child and second daughter of Catherine and William Booth, the Founder of The Salvation Army.
Fayette McMullen LaFayette "Fayette" McMullen (May 18, 1805 – November 8, 1880) was a 19th century politician, driver, teamster and banker from the U.S. state of Virginia and Washington Territory.
Francis Thomas Francis Thomas (February 3, 1799 – January 22, 1876) was a Maryland politician who served as the 26th Governor of Maryland from 1842–1844.
Frank Hanly James Franklin Hanly (April 4, 1863 August 1, 1920) was a United States politician who served as a congressman from Indiana from 1895 until 1897, and was the 26th Governor of Indiana from 1905 t...
George Shatto George Rufus Shatto (August 15, 1850 – May 30, 1893) was an American real estate developer.
Gervase Elwes Gervase Henry Cary-Elwes, DL (15 November 1866 – 12 January 1921), better known as Gervase Elwes, was an English tenor of great distinction, who exercised a powerful influence over the dev...
Glenn Dunaway Henry Glenn Dunaway (1915 – March 15, 1964) was an American auto racer noted for initially winning, and then being disqualified from, what is today recognized as NASCAR's first-ever race.
Glenn Dunnaway Henry Glenn Dunnaway was an American auto racer noted for initially winning, and then being disqualified from, what is today recognized as NASCAR's first-ever race.
Guy Tutwiler Guy Isbel Tutwiler (July 17, 1889 – August 15, 1930), nicknamed "King Tut," was a Major League Baseball player who played two seasons with the Detroit Tigers (1911, 1913).
Hardie Henderson James Harding "Hardie" Henderson (October 31, 1862 – February 6, 1903) was Major League Baseball pitcher from 1883 to 1888.
Harriet Winslow Sewall Harriet Winslow Sewall was an American poet, and editor of the collected letters of Lydia Maria Child.
Henry Methvin Henry Methvin (April 8, 1912 – April 19, 1948) was an American criminal, bank robber and Depression-era outlaw.
Henry W. Lord Henry William Lord (March 8, 1821-January 25, 1891) was a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan.
J. H. Hobart Ward John Henry Hobart Ward (June 17, 1823 – July 24, 1903), most commonly referred to as J.H. Hobart Ward, was a career United States Army soldier who fought in the Mexican–American War and s...
Jason Sprinkle Jason Sprinkle (November 6, 1969 - May 16, 2005) was a Seattle-based sculptor and guerrilla artist.
Jay Hughes James Jay Hughes (January 22, 1874 – June 2, 1924) was an American Major League Baseball pitcher, who played four seasons from to.
Jeff Fraza Jeffery Toney "Hell Raza" Fraza (November 12, 1977 – February 4, 2012) was a professional boxer.
John W. Tyson John W. Tyson was an American businessman, the founder of American multinational corporation Tyson Foods and, from 1935 until his death in 1967, its Chief Executive Officer.
Jorge Liderman Jorge Mario Liderman (November 16, 1957 – February 3, 2008) was an American composer.
Joseph Barker (mayor) Joseph Barker (ca. 1806 – August 2, 1862) was an American local public figure of the 1840s and 1850s remembered for his nativist and anti-Catholic activism which marked his brief term in public ...
Knowles Shaw Knowles Shaw (October 31, 1834 – June 7, 1878) was an American author and composer noted for his gospel hymns.
LaFayette McMullen LaFayette "Fayette" McMullen (May 18, 1805 – November 8, 1880) was a 19th century politician, driver, teamster and banker from the U.S. state of Virginia and Washington Territory.
Orville Nave Orville James Nave was an American Methodist theologian and chaplain in the United States Army.
Pete Dowling Henry Peter Dowling (July 15, 1876 - June 30, 1905) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball from 1897 to 1901.
Philip Bliss Philip Paul Bliss (9 July 1838 – 29 December 1876) was an American composer, conductor, writer of hymns and a bass-baritone Gospel singer.
Phineas Davis Phineas Davis (January 27, 1792 - September 27, 1835) was a well-known clockmaker and inventor who designed and built the first practical American coal-burning railroad locomotive.
Robert Charles Wickliffe Robert Charles Wickliffe, was a U.S. Representative from Louisiana; born in Bardstown, Kentucky, while his parents were visiting relatives; he attended the public schools of St. Francisville, Lo...
Robert Hanna Robert Hanna (April 6, 1786 November 16, 1858) was the third Senator for Indiana, succeeding James Noble on the latter's death.
Rube Kisinger Charles Samuel "Rube" Kisinger was a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball.
Sam S. Shubert Samuel S. Shubert (August 27, 1878 – May 13, 1905) was an American producer and theatre owner/operator.