Who was who
TODAY Deaths: Elizabeth Barrett Browning, poet, 1861; Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle, silent movie comedian, 1933; Jayne Mansfield, actress, 1967; Lana Turner, actress, 1995; Katharine Hepburn, actress, 2003. SATURDAY Deaths: Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Un
Deaths: Elizabeth Barrett Browning, poet, 1861; Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle, silent movie comedian, 1933; Jayne Mansfield, actress, 1967; Lana Turner, actress, 1995; Katharine Hepburn, actress, 2003.
Deaths: Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1896; Nancy Mitford, novelist, 1973; Juan Peron, ex-President of Argentina, 1974; Francois Mitterand, ex-President of France, 1996; Robert Mitchum, actor, 1997; Guy Mitchell, 1950s singer, 1999; Walter Matthau, actor, 2000; Marlon Brando, Hollywood legend, 2004.
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Deaths: Robert Peel, police pioneer, 1850; Amelia Earhart, aviator, 1937; Ernest Hemingway, author of Death in the Afternoon and A Farewell to Arms, 1961; Betty Grable, actress and pin-up, 1973; Vladimir Nabokov, author of Lolita, 1977; James Stewart, Hollywood actor, 1997; Joey Dunlop, world motorcycling champion, 2000.
- 1 New bus and cycle shelters to help bring sustainable travel to town
- 2 Yellow weather warning of thunderstorms in Herts
- 3 Royston Kite Festival decision 'under review' as lockdown extended
- 4 Ex-footballers set for charity match to raise money for hospital cardiology department
- 5 Bassingbourn reverse trend of losses at Helions Bumpstead with fine win
- 6 Freedom Day: More than half of Herts residents welcome delay to lockdown easing
- 7 Two lorry crash blocks part of A14 in Cambridgeshire
- 8 Motorhome and car involved in A505 crash
- 9 Agricultural expert 'over the moon' with MBE
- 10 Hotel on Duxford IWM site given go-ahead after council re-vote
Deaths: Andre Citroen, French engineer, 1935; Brian Jones, of the Rolling Stones, 1969; Jim Morrison, of The Doors, 1971; Pancho Gonzales, Mexican tennis player, 1995.
Deaths: Thomas Jefferson, ex-United States President, 1826; Marie Curie, scientist, 1934; Barry White, soul singer, 2003.