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>>  Noted Birthdays on Monday, September 26  <<

John Chapman
aka Johnny Appleseed
1181 – Saint Francis of Assisi, Italian founder of the Franciscan Order (d.1226)
1774 – John Chapman, aka Johnny Appleseed, American gardener, environmentalist (d.1845)
1849 – Ivan Pavlov, Russian physiologist, physician, Nobel Prize laureate, physiology of digestion (d.1936)
1869 – Winsor McCay, American cartoonist, Little Nemo (d.1934)
1875 – Edmund Gwenn, Wales, actor, Kris Kringle – Miracle on 34th Street (d.1959)
1878 – Walter Steinbeck, German actor (d.1942)
1886 – Archibald Hill, English physiologist, academic, politician, Nobel Prize laureate, mechanical work in muscles (d.1977)
1887 – Antonio Moreno, born in Madrid, Spain, actor, director, It, Careers (d.1967)
1888 – T. S. Eliot [Thomas Stearns Eliot], English poet, playwright, critic, Nobel Prize laureate (d.1965)

Ivan Pavlov
1893 – Fay Holden, born in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, actress, Mother – Andy Hardy films (d.1973)
1894 – Gladys Brockwell, born in Brooklyn, New York, actress, Long Pants, Oliver Twist (d.1929)
1897 – Pope Paul VI [Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini], Pope 1963-78 (d.1978)
1898 – George Gershwin, American pianist, composer (d.1937)
1901 – George Raft, born in New York City, actor, Each Dawn I Die, Scarface, Some Like It Hot (d.1980)
1901 – Donald Cook, Portland, Oregon, actor, Too Young To Go Steady (d.1961)
1902 – Albert Anastasia [Umberto Anastasio], Tropea, Italy, American gangster, 'Murder, Inc.' (d.1957)
1907 – Ralph Michael, born in London, England, actor, Quest, Doctor in the House (d.1994)
1914 – Jack LaLanne, American fitness expert, actor, "the godfather of fitness" (d.2011)

Edmund Gwenn
c. 1953
1919 – Barbara Britton, born in Long Beach, California, actress, Young and Willing (d.1980)
1923 – Dev Anand, Indian actor, director, producer, screenwriter (d.2011)
1925 – Marty Robbins, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, actor, race car driver (d.1982)
1926 – Julie London, born in Santa Rosa, California, actress, Nurse McCall – Emergency (d.2000)
1927 – Patrick O'Neal, Ocala, Florida, actor, Kaz, Alvarez Kelly, King Rat (d.1994)
1927 – Robert Cade, American physician, beverage inventor, Gatorade (d.2007)
1928 – Bob Van der Veken, Belgian actor
1930 – Fritz Wunderlich, German tenor, actor (d.1966)
1930 – Philip Bosco, Jersey City, actor, Trading Places

Pope Paul VI
c. 1963
1931 – George Chambers, rock bassist, vocalist, Chambers Brothers
1932 – Richard Herd, American actor
1932 – Donna Douglas [Doris Ione Smith], born in Pride, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, actress, Elly May Clampett – Beverly Hillbillies (d.2015)
1932 – Joyce Jameson, American actress (d.1987)
1934 – Dick Heckstall-Smith, English saxophonist, Blues Incorporated, The Graham Bond Organisation, Colosseum (d.2004)
1935 – Lou Myers, American actor (d.2013)
1939 – Ricky Tomlinson, English actor, screenwriter
1941 – Martine Beswicke, Jamacia, actress, Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde
1942 – Kent McCord, born in Los Angeles, California, actor, Officer Jim Reed – Adam 12

Jack LaLanne
c. 1961
1944 – Angela Dorian, [Victoria Vetri], Los Angeles, Playmate September 1967, Year-1968
1945 – Gal Costa, Brazilian singer, actress
1945 – Bryan Ferry, English singer, songwriter, The Bryan Ferry Orchestra, Roxy Music
1946 – John MacLachlan Gray, Canadian actor, playwright, composer
1946 – Mary Beth Hurt [Mary Beth Supinger], Marshalltown, Iowa, actress, Garp, Interiors
1947 – Philippe Lavil, French singer, actor
1947 – Graham Faulkner, London, actor, Brother Sun Sister Moon
1947 – Lynn Anderson, born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, country singer, I Never Promised you a Rose Garden (d.2015)
1948 – Olivia Newton-John, born in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, singer, songwriter, actress (d.2022)

Marty Robbins
c. 1966
1948 – John Foxx, English singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboard player, Ultravox, Tiger Lily, John Foxx and the Maths
1949 – Wendy Saddington, Australian singer, journalist, Chain, James Taylor Move (d.2013)
1949 – Martin Delray [Michael Ray Martin], Texarkana, Arkansas, country singer, Get Rhythm
1951 – Stuart Tosh, Scottish singer, songwriter, drummer, 10cc, Pilot
1953 – Dolores Keane, Irish singer, actress, De Dannan
1954 – Craig Chaquico, American guitarist, Jefferson Starship
1955 – Carlene Carter, born in Nashville, Tennessee, country singer, I Fell in Love
1956 – Linda Hamilton, born in Salisbury, Maryland, actress, Catherine – Beauty and the Beast, Sarah Connor – The Terminator series
1958 – Darby Crash, American singer, songwriter, Germs, Darby Crash Band (d.1980)

Donna Douglas
c. 1967
1961 – Cindy Herron, American singer, actress, En Vogue
1962 – Al Pitrelli, American guitarist, songwriter, Megadeth, Savatage, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Asia
1962 – Jacky Wu, Taiwanese singer, actor, television host
1962 – Melissa Sue Anderson, born in Berkeley, California, actress, Mary Ingalls – Little House on the Prairie
1962 – Tracey Thorn, rock vocalist, Everything But The Girl
1963 – Lysette Anthony, London, actress, Angelique – Dark Shadows, Switch
1964 – John Tempesta, American drummer, White Zombie, Helmet, Testament, The Cult, Scum of the Earth
1964 – Ty Miller, born in Granada Hills, California, actor, The Kid – Young Riders
1966 – Christos Dantis, Greek singer, songwriter, producer

Lynn Anderson
c. 2011
1966 – Jillian Reynolds, Canadian actress, sportscaster
1967 – Shannon Hoon, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, Blind Melon (d.1995)
1967 – Martha Nix Wade, Orange County California, actress, Serena – Waltons
1968 – Jim Caviezel, American actor, John Reese – Person of Interest
1968 – Tricia O'Kelley, American actress, producer, screenwriter
1968 – Ben Shenkman, American actor
1968 – James Caviezel, American Actor
1969 – Anthony Kavanagh, Canadian comedian, actor, singer
1970 – Sheri Moon Zombie, American actress, fashion designer
1970 – David Parland, Swedish guitarist, Dark Funeral, War, Necrophobic, Infernal (d.2013)
1972 – Melanie Paxson, American actress
1972 – Shawn Stockman, American singer, actor, Boyz II Men
1973 – Marty Casey, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, Lovehammers
1973 – Julienne Davis, American actress, producer, screenwriter
1975 – Chiara Schoras, German actress
1976 – Tyler Denk, American model, actor
1976 – Sami Vänskä, Finnish bass player, Nightwish, Nattvindens Gråt
1979 – Jacob Tierney, Canadian actor, director, screenwriter
1981 – Serena Williams, born in Saginaw, Michigan, tennis player, holds the most Grand Slam titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles
1981 – Christina Milian, American singer, songwriter, dancer, actress
1985 – Talulah Riley, English actress
1987 – Rosanna Munter, Swedish singer, songwriter, actress, Play
1988 – James Blake, English singer, songwriter, producer

Olivia Newton-John
c. 2012
Linda Hamilton
c. 2009
Melissa Sue Anderson
c. 1974
Jim Caviezel
c. 2009
* * * Vet completed August 7, 2018. (Dated, edited, corrected): Photos sized as needed
(All Conceived Around January 3)

>>  Noted Events On Monday, September 26  <<

2022 – NOTE: – "Not All Verified": If no hyperlink, event not verified or vetted. [1] Could not corroborate date, may be conflicting data on multiple sites, or exact date could not be verified. Hyperlinks are generally verification of year, month, date, and event. [bh] Brainy History, not vetted elsewhere, take their word for it at this time. Error 403 links corrected when found.
2008 – Paul Newman dies of lung cancer in the presence of his family
2008 – Swiss pilot and inventor Yves Rossy flew a wingpack powered by jet engines across the English Channel
2005 – The PBS Kids Channel is shut down and replaced by a joint network with Comcast called Sprout
1992 – Dog City, cartoon debuts on Fox-TV
1992 – Roseanne gets a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame [1]
1988 – New York City's Rockefeller Center declared a national landmark
1986 – Bobby (Patrick Duffy) returns to Dallas, his death is attributed to his wife Pam's bad dream (erases all of last season)
1986 – William Hubbs Rehnquist, sworn in as Chief Justice of Supreme Court
1984 – President Reagan vetoes sanctions (Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act) against South Africa
1983 – The racing yacht Australia II, captained by John Bertrand, won the America's Cup, ending the New York Yacht Club's 132-year defense of the trophy
1981 – Nolan Ryan sets a Major League record by throwing his fifth no-hitter.
1978 – Railroad clerks go on strike, halting more than 2/3s of rail service [bh]
1978 – New York District Court Judge Constance Baker Motley rules that women sportswriters cannot be banned from locker rooms [bh]
1973 – Wilt Chamberlain signs with ABA San Diego Conquistadors
1971 – WGBY-TV channel 57 in Springfield, Massachusetts (PBS) begins broadcasting
1969 – Beatles release "Abbey Road" album
1968 – The Beatles completed the recording of John Lennon’s song "Happiness Is a Warm Gun"
1964 – Gilligan's Island first aired the seven stranded castaways survival antics
1963 – Lee Harvey Oswald travels on Continental Trailways bus to Mexico
1962 – TV comedy series "Beverly Hillbillies" premieres on CBS
1961 – Roger Maris hits home run number 60 off Jack Fisher, tying Babe Ruth's record [bh]
1960 – In Chicago, the first televised debate takes place between presidential candidates Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy
1960 – Outlaws, TV Western Drama; debuts on NBC-TV
1955 – NY Stock Exchange worst price decline since 1929 [bh]
1954 – KODE-TV channel 12 in Joplin, Missouri (ABC) begins broadcasting
1954 – WANE-TV channel 15 in Fort Wayne, Indiana (CBS) begins broadcasting
1954 – WCAX-TV channel 3 in Burlington, Vermont (CBS) begins broadcasting
1954 – Yogi Berra plays his only game at 3rd and Mickey Mantle plays shortstop
1954 – Joe Garagiola, Sr. plays his last major league baseball game with the New York Giants
1953 – WTOK-TV channel 11 in Meridian, Mississippi (ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting
1953 – KERO-TV channel 23 in Bakersfield, California (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting
1951 – Professor Youngblood demonstrates artificial heart in Paris
1950 – UN troops in Korean War recapture South Korean capital of Seoul
1933 – As gangster Machine Gun Kelly surrenders to the FBI, he shouts out, "Don’t shoot, G-Men!", which becomes a nickname for FBI agents
1933 – Ten convicts escape from the Indiana State Prison with guns smuggled into the prison by bank robber John Dillinger
1914 – The United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is established by the Federal Trade Commission Act
1907 – The British Colony of New Zealand officially became a dominion to reflect its political independence since the 1850s
1892 – Diamond Match Co patented book matches [1]
1874 – First Grand International Rifle match held
1789 – Thomas Jefferson is appointed the first United States Secretary of State, John Jay is appointed the first Chief Justice of the United States, Samuel Osgood is appointed the first United States Postmaster General, and Edmund Randolph is appointed the first United States Attorney General
1777 – American Revolution: British troops occupy Philadelphia
1687 – The Parthenon in Athens was partially destroyed during an armed conflict between the Venetians under Francesco Morosini and Ottoman forces
1580 – Frances Drake completes circumnavigation of the world, sailing into Plymouth aboard the Golden Hind [1]

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