Famous People Born in July 1892

  • Jul 1 James M Cain, novelist (Postman Always Rings Twice), born in Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Jul 2 Jack Hylton, English orchestra leader/impresario (Crazy Passage Show)
  • Jul 3 Wilhelm Rettich, composer
  • Jul 6 Baron Willy Coppens de Houthulst, Belgian WW I pilot
  • Jul 8 Richard Aldington, writer
  • Jul 8 Pavel Korin, Russian painter (d. 1967)
  • Jul 10 George "Slim" Summerville, US actor (Keystone Cops)
  • Jul 11 Giorgio Federico Ghedini, composer
  • Jul 11 Thomas Mitchell, NJ, academy award winning actor (Outlaw, Adventures)
  • Jul 12 Bruno Schulz, Polish writer and painter (d. 1942)
  • Jul 15 Walter Benjamin, German literature critic/writer
  • Jul 18 Arthur Friedenreich, Brazilian football player (d. 1969)
  • Jul 19 Dick Irvin, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (d. 1957)
  • Jul 21 Anton Schnack, German writer/poet
  • Jul 21 Gijsbert Friedhoff, architect (tax office Wibautstraat, Amsterdam)
  • Jul 21 Lenore Ulric, US actress (Notorious, Better Woman) [or 1894]
  • Jul 22 Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Austrian chancellor (1930s)/war criminal
  • Jul 22 John MacBryan, cricketer (one Test Eng v South Africa 1924 DNBat, DNbowl)

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Jul 23 Haile Selassie [Ras Tafari Makonnen], Emperor of Ethiopia (1930-74), born in Ejersa Goro, Ethiopian Empire (d. 1975)

Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie
Ethiopian Emperor
Haile Selassie
  • Jul 23 Petros John Petridis, composer
  • Jul 26 Philipp Jarnach, composer
  • Jul 26 Sam Jones, American baseball player (d. 1966)
  • Jul 28 Joe E Brown, Holgate Ohio, comedian (Buck Circus Hour)
  • Jul 28 Petro Petridis, Greek composer (Isotope Suite)
  • Jul 29 Charles L Bass, actor (Business in White Slavery)
  • Jul 29 Ernst van Raalte, Dutch journalist (Seen, heard... wrote), born in Rotterdam, South Holland (d. 1975)
  • Jul 29 Karel L Baars, Dutch actor (White Slaves Trade)
  • Jul 29 William Powell, actor (Thin Man, My Man Godfrey), born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Jul 30 Roy Park, cricketer (one Test Aust v Eng 1920, out 1st ball)
  • Jul 31 Joseph Charbonneau, French-Canadian Roman Catholic archbishop (d. 1959)