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Carroll O'Connor

Carroll O'ConnoractorBorn: 8/2/1924Birthplace: New York City Emmy Award-winning television and stage actor best known for his portrayal of the bigot Archie Bunker on All in the Family (1971&#…

Carroll O'Connor

Carroll O'ConnoractorBorn: 8/2/1924Birthplace: New York City Emmy Award-winning television and stage actor best known for his portrayal of the bigot Archie Bunker on All in the Family (1971&#…

Flannery O’Connor

Name at birth: Mary Flannery O'ConnorWriter Flannery O'Connor is best known for her short stories, the most famous being "A Good Man is Hard To Find" (1953) and "Everything That Rises Must Converge" (…

Cardinal John O'Connor 2000 Deaths

Cardinal John O'ConnorAge: 80 conservative archbishop of New York City's Roman Catholics who was passionately opposed to abortion and homosexuality, but equally unwavering in his support of or…

Carroll O'Connor 2001 Deaths

Carroll O'ConnorAge: 76 Emmy Award–winning actor who began his career on the stage but will be best remembered for his role as the bigoted yet lovable Archie Bunker on All in the Family …

Donald O'Connor 2003 Deaths

Donald O'ConnorAge: 78 acrobatic dancer, singer, and actor whose solo performance to “Make 'Em Laugh” in Singin' in the Rain remains one of the most memorable in film history. His …

Edna Flannery KELLY

KELLY, Edna Flannery, a Representative from New York; born Edna Patricia Flannery, in East Hampton, Suffolk County, N.Y., August 20, 1906; graduated from East Hampton High School, East Hampton,…

Judith Marie Flannery

Judith Marie FlanneryAge: 57 four-time world champion and six-time U.S. champion triathlete; was killed when a car driven by an unlicensed man struck her as she rode her bikeDied: Chevy Chase…

John Harold FLANNERY

FLANNERY, John Harold, a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Pittston, Luzerne County, Pa., April 19, 1898; attended the public schools; was graduated from Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa.…

Sandra Day O’Connor

Name at birth: Sandra DaySandra Day O'Connor was the first woman ever to sit on the United States Supreme Court. O'Connor earned undergraduate and law degrees from Stanford University and eventually …