Elizabeth Barrett Browning, (1806-1861), English writer
Anton Chekhov, (1860-1904) Russian writer
Stephen Crane, (1871-1900), American writer
Franz Kafka (1883-1924), German writer
Katherine Mansfield, (1888-1923), New Zealand writer
Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) Scottish writer
Henry David Thoreau, (1817-1862) American writer
Frederic Chopin, (1810-1849), French composer
Louis XIII, (1601-1643), King of France
Louis XVII, (1785-1795), King of France
Edward Lincoln, (1846-1850) ,son of Abraham and Mary Lincoln
Thomas Lincoln, (1853-1871), son of Abraham and Mary Lincoln
They say that history is made up of biographies. Here's a few.
Mathew Baillie (1761-1823) English physician
Robert Koch, (1843-1910) German bacteriologist.
Percival Pott (1714-1788) English surgeon
Edward Livingston Trudeau, (1848-1915) American physician
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