Who's Who March 2 - 8

PUBLISHED: 11:52 02 March 2006 | UPDATED: 14:36 12 May 2010

THURSDAY MARCH 2 Deaths: John Wesley, creator of the Methodist Church, 1791; DH Lawrence, author of The Rainbow and Lady Chatterley's Lover, 1930; Howard Carter, Egyptologist, 1939; Dusty Springfield, singer, 1999; John Diamond, journalist and broadcaster

THURSDAY MARCH 2 Deaths: John Wesley, creator of the Methodist Church, 1791; DH Lawrence, author of The Rainbow and Lady Chatterley's Lover, 1930; Howard Carter, Egyptologist, 1939; Dusty Springfield, singer, 1999; John Diamond, journalist and broadcaster, 2001. FRIDAY MARCH 3 Deaths: Lou Costello, comedian, 1959; Danny Kaye, comedian, 1987; Richard Chipperfield, circus pioneer, 1988. SATURDAY MARCH 4 Deaths: Thomas Mallory, writer, 1470. SUNDAY MARCH 5 Deaths: Joseph Stalin, Russian dictator, 1953; Patsy Cline, country singer, 1963; Lord Denning, the Master of the Rolls, 1999. MONDAY MARCH 6 Deaths: Davy Crockett, American legend, 1836; Louisa May Alcott, author of Little Women, 1888; Ivor Novello, composer and actor, 1951; George Formby, entertainer, 1961; Simon Cadell, actor from Hi-De-Hi, 1996. TUESDAY MARCH 7 Deaths: Stanley Kubrick, director of A Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket, 1999. WEDNESDAY MARCH 8 Deaths: William Howard Taft, US President, 1930; Harold Lloyd, silent movie comedian, 1971; Joe di Maggio, New York Yankees baseball legend, 1999; Adam Faith, singer and actor, 2003.

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