Famous Deaths in November 1996

  • 1st Junius Richard Jayawardene, PM of Sri Lanka (1977-78), dies at 90
  • 1st Maati Bouabid, PM of Morroco (1979-83), dies
  • 2nd Alvaro Gomez Hurtado, Colombian politician, dies
  • 2nd Christopher Prater, screen printer, dies at 72
  • 2nd Eva Cassidy, American singer (b. 1963)

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2nd Toni Stone, first woman to play professional baseball in a men's league, dies at 75

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  • 3rd Barry George Barrington Porter, politician, dies at 57
  • 3rd Heather Swift, local councellor, dies at 79
  • 3rd Jean-Bedel Bokassa, dictator of Cent Africa Rep (1967-79), dies at 75
  • 3rd Michael Burchill, actor, dies at 65
  • 3rd Abdullah Çatlı, a Turkish nationalist and neofascist activist (b. 1956)
  • 4th Robert Rapoport, social anthropologist, dies at 72
  • 5th Eddie Harris, saxophonist/composer, dies at 62
  • 5th Lars-Ake Nilsson, diplomat, dies at 53
  • 5th Paula Hinton, English ballet dancer, dies at 72
  • 5th Ronald Ogden, engineer, dies at 81
  • 6th Mario Savio, activist, dies of heart attack at 53
  • 6th Patience Edney, nurse/communist, dies at 85
  • 6th Tommy Lawton, footballer, dies at 80
  • 7th Brian Keith-Lucas, political scientist, dies at 84
  • 7th Claude Ake, political scientist, dies at 57
  • 7th Michael Fenton Haddon, mining engineer, dies at 81
  • 7th Jaja Wachuku, Nigerian Lawyer and First Foreign Affairs Minister (b. 1918)
  • 8th Edward Albert Radice, economist, dies at 89
  • 8th Peter Fowler, physicist, dies at 73
  • 9th Fred Lipmann, watchmaker, dies at 91
  • 9th Roger Makins, diplomat, dies at 92
  • 10th Beecher Moore, sailor, dies at 88
  • 10th Hugo Buchthal, art historian, dies at 87
  • 10th Marjorie Proops, problem page editor, dies at 85
  • 11th Helen Rosenthal, Teacher/health administrator, dies at 47
  • 12th Don Kenyon, cricketer, dies at 72
  • 12th Gwen Catley, soprano, dies at 90
  • 12th John Qace Hardbattle, political activist, dies at 51
  • 13th Kenneth Watkins, woodland conservationist, dies at 86
  • 13th William Ballard Doggett, jazz musician, dies at 80
  • 13th Swami Rama, Himalayan yoga master (b. 1925)
  • 13th Bill Doggett, American jazz and blues musician (Honky Tonk), dies at 80
  • 14th Havelock Henry Trevor Hudson, lloyd's underwriter, dies at 77
  • 14th Joseph Bernardin, cardinal Archbishop of Chicago, dies at 68
  • 14th Liz Knights, publisher, dies at 41
  • 14th Vera von der Heydt, psychoanalyst, dies at 96
  • 14th Virginia Cherrill, actress (Lake Extra, Brat, City Lights), dies at 88
  • 15th Alger Hiss, former alleged spy/lawyer, dies at 92
  • 16th George Byatt, playwright, dies at 73
  • 16th Jack Popplewell, composer/playwright, dies at 87
  • 16th John Reginald Bevins, politician, dies at 88
  • 17th Andrew John Fairclough, trade union educator, dies at 45
  • 17th Johan Fleming Ramsland, broadcaster, dies at 54
  • 18th David Herbert, publisher, dies at 69
  • 18th John Vassall, spy/civil servant, dies at 72
  • 19th Denis Jenkinson, journalist, dies at 74
  • 19th Edward Kassner, music publisher, dies at 76
  • 19th Ian Powell Bancroft, civil servant, dies at 73
  • 19th Krishnarao Shiva Shelvankar, journalist/diplomat, dies at 90
  • 20th Bert Geoffrey Achong, electron microscopist, dies at 67
  • 21st Bernard William George Rose, organist, dies at 80
  • 21st Edward George Edwards, chenist, dies at 82
  • 21st Virginia Downing, actress (Gig, Butterfield 8), dies at 92
  • 22nd Maria Casares, actress (Orpheus, Rebel Nun), dies at 73
  • 22nd Mark Lenard, American actor (Sarek-Star Trek), dies of cancer at 72
  • 22nd Terence Daniel Donovan, photographer, dies at 60
  • 23rd Art Porter, saxophonist, dies at 35
  • 23rd George Nicholas, cartoon animator, dies at 85
  • 23rd Mohamed Amin, cameraman, dies at 53
  • 23rd Ralph Tubbs, architect, dies at 84
  • 23rd Sayed Idries Shah, thinker, dies at 72
  • 24th Edison Vasalievich Denisov, composer, dies at 67
  • 24th Michael James O'Hehir, commentator/journalist, dies at 76
  • 24th Sorley MacLean Somhairle MacChaluim, poet, dies at 85
  • 25th Hugh Joseph Charles James L'Etang, medical writer, dies at 79
  • 25th Michael Economides, restaurateur, dies at 86
  • 25th Richard Stubbs, publicity adviser, dies at 87
  • 26th Euphemia MacDonald May Moxon, dance producer, dies at 91
  • 26th Hans Klein, politician, dies at 65
  • 26th Joan Hammond, singer, dies at 84
  • 26th Michael Bentine, British author/comedian (Reluctant Jester), dies at 74
  • 26th Paul Rand, graphic designer, dies at 82
  • 27th George Ernest Leslie, trade union official, dies at 76
  • 28th Anna Pollak, mezzo-soprano, dies at 84
  • 29th Dan Flavin, American artist (b. 1933)
  • 30th Dan Flavin, minimalist sculptor, dies at 63
  • 30th Koji Kobayashi, industrialist, dies at 89
  • 30th Paul Derrick, co-operator/Christian socialist, dies at 80
  • 30th Tiny Tim, [Herbert Khaury], entertainer (Tip Toe), dies at 71