Roman Christian martyr, perished during the reign of Hadrian.
(b. c105 d. c130 C.E., Cagliari, Sicily)
Irish-American piano pedagogue
(b. 1874 d. 1951)
Italian actress, Nerone e Agrippina (1913) as empress Octavia.
(b. Dec 30, 1892, Turin, Piedmont d. 1974)
Quaranta, Lidia (Lydia)
Italian actress, Cabrina (1914).
(b. 1891, Turin, Piedmont d. March 5, 1928, Turin)
Scottish institutional activist, involved in the Orphan Homes of Scotland
founded by her husband.
(b. c1833 d. June 22, 1904)
Roman Christian martyr, perished with Blandina during the reign of Marcus
(d. c177 C.E., Lyons, Gaul)
Indian queen and ruler
(b. c1754 d. after 1817)
Queiros, Dina Silveira de
Brazilian novelist, dramatist, and journalist
(b. 1911 d. 1983)
British illustrator, A History of Everyday Things in England series
(b. c1881, Bromley Common, Kent d. Aug 2, 1972)
Quesnet, Marie Constance Renelle
French companion of the Marquis de Sade during part of his imprisonment.
(b. 1757 d. 1832)
American vocalist and actress, singer behind Betty Boop amd Olive Oyl.
(b. 1907 d. Jan 4, 1998, Manhattan, New York)
(b. 1631 d. 1669)
(b. 1905 d. 1990)
Chinese poet and revolutionary
(b. 1875 d. 1907)
Quimby, Edith Hinkley
American physicist and radiation specialist
(b. 1891, Rockford, Illinois d. Oct 11, 1982, Manhattan, New York)
Quinault, Marie Anne Catherine
(b. 1695 d. 1791)
Roman Christian martyr, perished with her mother during the reign of Septimius
(b. c175 d. June 28, 202 C.E., Alexandria, Egypt)
Quincy, Eliza Susan
American writer and diarist, amanuensis to her father Joseph Quincy.
(b. Jan 15, 1798, Boston, Philadelphia d. Jan 17, 1884, quincy, Massachusetts)
Quincy, Eliza Susan Morton
American memoirist, wife of Josiah Quincy (1772 1864).
(b. 1773, New York d. Sept 1, 1850, Quincy, Massachusetts)
English literary figure, daughter of William Shakespeare.
(b. 1585 d. 1662)
Roman Augusta, wife of emperor Pupienus Maximus (c177 238 C.E.)
(fl. c230 238 C.E.)
Roman Imperial freedwoman, cantrix (singer) to Antonia, mother of emperor
(fl. c14 c37 C.E.)
Quinton, Amelia Stone
American organizer of native Indian reform.
(b. 1833 d. 1926)
Roman Christian martyr
(d. c150 C.E., Entre Minho e Douro)
(b. 1907 d. 1956)