American novelist and childrens writer
(b. April 12, 1899 d. March 11, 1980, Hyannis, Massachusetts)
Talavera de la Reina, Maria Luisa de Cordona, Duchess de
Spanish grandee, m. Prince Ferdinand Maria of Bavaria (1884 1958).
(b. 1870 d. 1955)
Talbot, Emily Charlotte
(b. c1840 d. Sept, 1918)
American actress, I Married a Monster from Outer Space (1958).
(b. Feb 7, 1931, Glendale, Los Angeles, California d. Sept 19, 2000, Glendale)
Tamames, Marta de Carril, Duquesa de
Argentinian theatrical producer as Tita Tamames.
(b. 1921, Paris, France d. April 12, 2004, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Tang, Frances Young
Chinese-American preservationist and college patron
(b. 1938, Paris, France d. Jan 31, 1992, Manhattan, New York)
Taplinger, Cecily Lent (Terry)
American business executive
(b. June 11, 1943 d. June 9, 1983)
Tarente, Emilie von Hesse-Kassel, Princesse de
German-French courtier, corresponded with her niece Sophia of Hanover.
(b. Feb 11, 1626, Hersfeld d. 1693)
British Catholic philanthropist, created a papal countess by Pius IX (1870).
(b. c1815 d. 1888)
Tay, Alice Erh-Soon
Chinese-Australian academic lawyer, she was the president of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission 1998 2003.
(b. Feb 2, 1934, Singapore d. April 26, 2004, Sydney, Australia)
Taylor, Charity Clifford, Lady
British prison director and reformer
(b. Sept 16, 1914, Woking, Surrey d. Jan 4, 1998)
American actress, Call Her Savage (1932) : The Southerner (1945).
(b. May 20, 1894, Wilmington, Delaware d. April 15, 1958, Los Angeles, California)
Taylor, Harriet Hardy
British philosopher and author, womens rights advocate
(b. Oct 10, 1807, Walworth, near London
d. March 11, 1858, Avignon, Provence, France)
Taylor, Helen Rosen
American senior judge of the District of Columbia Supreme Court
(b. 1931, the Bronx, New York d. Aug 18, 1997, Washington, D.C.)
Taylor, Margaret Sophia
(b. April 16, 1877 d. Feb, 1962)
Taylor, Margerie Venables
(b. Jan 20, 1881 d. Dec 24, 1963)
Taylor, Susannah Cook
British letter writer, mother of Sarah Taylor Austin, grandmother of Lady Lucie Duff-Gordon.
(b. 1755 d. 1823)
American educator, president of Briarcliff College 1942 1960.
(b. 1891, Newton, Massachusetts d. March 2, 1980, Washington, D.C.)
Teale, Nellie Imogen
(b. 1901 d. July, 1993)
Te Kiri Karamu, Heni
Maori warrior and interpreter, fought against the British as Pukehinahina (Gate Pa) (1864).
(b. Nov 14, 1840, Kaitaia d. June 24, 1933, Rotorua, New Zealand)
Teleki, Jane Frances Bickersteth, Countess
British Catholic heiress, only child of Henry Langdale.
(b. 1837 d. May 3, 1870)
Teresa of Castile
Queen regnant of Portugal c1116 1130, mother of Alfonso I Henriques (1110 1185).
(b. 1070, Castile d. Nov 1, 1130)
Terriss, Ellaline (Lady Hicks)
British actress, The Iron Duke (1934) : The Four Just Men (1939).
(b. April 13, 1872, Stanley, Falkland Islands d. June 16, 1971, London)
Terry, Dame Ellen Alicia
(b. Feb 27, 1847 d. July 21, 1928)
Theodora of Greece
Princess, sister-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II, m. (1931) Berthold of Baden (1906 1963).
(b. May 30, 1906 d. Oct 16, 1969)
Holy Roman empress, m. Otto II (955 983). Regent 983 991 for her son Otto III.
(b. 956, Constantinople d. June 15, 991, Nijmegen)
Theutberga of Metz
Carolingian queen, first wife of Lothair II, King of Lorraine. Divorced (862).
(b. c839 d. Nov 25, 875, Abbey of St Clodesinde, Metz)
Thirkell, Angela Margaret
(b. Jan 30, 1880 d. Jan 29, 1961)
(b. c1837 d. Nov 24, 1918)
British poet and letter writer, Miscellany Poems (1722).
(b. c1675, London d. Feb 3, 1731, London)
Thomas, Mabel Randall
American director of Big Sister program for troubled children.
(b. 1917, Montgomery, Alabama d. July 14, 1992, Manhattan, New York)
Thompson, Edith Marie
British civil servant
(b. c1886 d. Aug 25, 1961)
British actress, Henry V (1989) : Imagining Argentina (2003).
(b. April 15, 1959, Paddington, London)
Thompson, Flora Jane
British writer, Lark Rise to Candleford (1945).
(b. Dec 5, 1876, Juniper Hill, Oxfordshire
d. May 21, 1947, Brixham, Devon, Cornwall)
Thompson, Marian Spitzer
American journalist, novelist and television writer, author of The Palace and The Loretta Young Show.
(b. 1899 d. July 17, 1983, New York)
British actress, Miss Bates in Emma (1996) : Nicholas Nickleby (2002).
(b. 1962, London)
(b. Sept 4, 1902 d. April 27, 1968)
Australian civic activist and memoirist, They Called Me Irish, MBE (1968).
(b. March 4, 1902, Belfast, Ireland d. June, 1999, Hornsby, Sydney, Australia)
Thomson, Patricia Tyler
British academic, Reader in English, Queen Marys College, University of London.
(b. 1921 d. Jan 30, 1998, London)
Thomson, Rosemary Edith Robertson
British magistrate and civil servant
(b. 1934 d. Oct 23, 2001)
American vocalist, performer of medieval music, including sacred and secular works of St Hildegard of Bingen.
(b. 1950 d. Nov, 1998)
Thorold, Phyllis Margaret
British courtier, lady-in-waiting 1963 1965 to Mary, Princess Royal, daughter of George V.
(b. June 3, 1909)
(b. April 29, 1970, Boston, Massachusetts)
Thyra of Denmark
Princess, daughter of Christian IX and Louise of Hesse-Kassel, maternal aunt of Russian tsar Nicholas II and British king George V, m. (1878) Ernst August, Duke of Brunswick (1845 1933).
(b. Sept 29, 1853, Copenhagen, Denmark d. Feb 26, 1933, Gmunden, Austria)
Tichborne, Henriette Felicie Seymour, Lady
British patrician, the imposter Arthur Orton claimed to be her son Roger Tichborne.
(b. c1805 d. March 12, 1868)
Timperley, Rosemary Kenyon
British novelist and ghost story writer, The House of Mad Children (1980).
(b. March 20, 1920, London d. 1988)
Tingry, Marie Charlotte Louise dAlbert, Princesse de
French courtier, implicated in the Affair of the Poisons (1679 1680).
(b. 1623 d. July 16, 1706)
Titus, Lydia Yeamans
(b. c1866 d. Dec 29, 1929, Glendale, California)
Queen of Egypt, m. Amenhotep III, mother of Akhenaton.
(b. c1405 d. c1351 B.C.E.)
(b. July 29, 1905, Lawrence, Massachusetts
d. Dec 16, 1935, Pacific Palisades, California)
Japanese empress, she was the first wife of emperor Takakura (1161 1181) and mother of the child emperor Antoku (1178 1185).
(b. 1155 d. 1213)
American modern dance improviser and choreographer, educator and writer.
(b. 1943, Wisconsin d. Sept 2, 1998, near Nova Scotia, in an air crash)
Topping, Melissa Stutsman
American executive of the Henry Luce Foundation.
(b. 1942, St Louis, Missouri d. April 3, 1992, Manhattan, New York)
Toulouse, Marie Victoire Sophie de Noailles, Comtesse de
French political salonniere, daughter-in-law of Louis XIV.
(b. May 6, 1688 d. Sept 30, 1766, Hotel de Toulouse, Paris)
Townshend, Gwladys Sutherst, Marhioness
British horsebreeder, Mayor of Kings Lynn, Norfolk (1928).
(b. 1883 d. Oct 10, 1959)
Townshend, Philippa Sophia Kidston-Montgomerie, Marchioness
British society figure, m. (2004) George John, 7th Marquess (b. 1916).
(b. April 28, 1935)
(b. c1851 d. Jan 7, 1922)
Travell, Janet G.
American presidential physician to J.F. Kennedy, and pain specialist.
(b. Dec 17, 1901, New York d. Aug 1, 1997, Northampton, Massachusetts)
American actress, Married to the Mob (1988) : the television series Becker (1998) : Rose Red (2002).
(b. Sept 21, 1961, New York)
American educator, journalist and author.
(b. 1889 d. March 25, 1978, Poughkeepsie, New York)
Trefusis, Mary Lygon, Lady
British courtier, lady-in-waiting to Queen Mary, wife of George V.
(b. Feb 26, 1869 d. Sept 12, 1927)
French actress, killed by her lover, singer and lyricist Bertrand Cantaut.
(b. 1962 d. 2003, Vilnius, Poland)
(b. 1934, Los Angeles, California d. Oct 9, 1979, Manhattan, New York)
(b. Sept 12, 1938, New York d. Aug 21, 1993, Manhattan)
Vietnamese rebel leader against the Chinese. Her memory revered in Vietnam.
(b. c15 executed 43 C.E.)
American historian and author, The Guns of August (1960).
(b. 1912, New York d. 1989)
Tueni, Nadia Hamade
(b. July 8, 1935 d. June 20, 1983)
American author, secretary to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, F.D.R. My Boss (1949).
(b. Aug 9, 1900, Bayonne, New Jersey d. June 15, 1984, Washington, D.C.)
(b. 1930 d. April, 1992)
Armenian poet and novelist
(b. 1841 d. 1901)
Tweeddale, Hannah Charlotte Lombe, Marchioness of
British captive, died a prisoner of Napoleon I at the fortress of Verdun.
(b. c1763 d. May 8, 1804, Verdun, France)
Tweeddale, Julia Charlotte Sophia Stewart-Mackenzie, Marchioness of
Scottish memoirist, m. the 9th Marquess.
(b. 1846 d. 1937)
Tweedsmuir, Priscilla Jean Fortescue Buchan, Lady
British Life Peer 1948 1978.
(b. 1915 d. 1978)