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>>  Noted Birthdays on Tuesday, September 17  <<

William H. Bonney
Billy the Kid - c. 1880
1854 – David Dunbar Buick, Scottish-American businessman, founded Buick Motor Company (d.1929)
1859 – Billy the Kid, [Henry McCarty, aka William H. Bonney], American Old West gunfighter who participated in New Mexico's Lincoln County War. He is known to have killed eight men (d.1881)
1879 – Rube Foster, American baseball player, manager, HOF-1991 (d.1930)
1885 – George Cleveland, born in Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada, actor, Courage of Lassie (d.1957)
1896 – Denise Grey, Edouardine Verthuy, Turin, Italy, actress, Julietta (d.1996)
1900 – J. Willard Marriott, American businessman, founded the Marriott Corporation (d.1985)
1900 – Emerson Treacy, Philadelphia, actor, California Straight Ahead (d.1967)
1902 – Esther Ralston, Bar Harbor, Maine, actress, The American Venus (1926), Old Ironsides (1926) (d.1994)
1904 – Jerry Colonna, American singer, songwriter, actor, Road to Morocco, Road to Singapore (d.1986)

Warren E. Burger
1905 – Dolores Costello, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, actress, Little Lord Fauntleroy (d.1979)
1907 – Warren E. Burger, born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, American lawyer, judge, 15th Chief Justice of the United States (d.1995)
1907 – Helen Vinson, born in Texas, actress, Transatlantic Tunnel, In Name Only (d.1999)
1912 – Irena Kwiatkowska, Polish actress (d.2011)
1916 – Oswald Garrison Villard Jr., born in Dobbs Ferry, New York, American Engineer, electronics, who invented the over-the-horizon radar that could detect objects thousands of miles away and peer around the Earth's curvature (d.2004)
1917 – Peter Bennett, London, actor, The Adventures of Robin Hood (d.1989)
1920 – Dinah Sheridan, actress, Genevieve, Railway Children (d.2012)
1922 – Ursula Howells, London, actress, Girly, Murder is Announced (d.2005)
1923 – Hank Williams, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, Your Cheatin' Heart, 'Hey, Good Lookin', I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (d.1953)

Hank Williams
c. 1951
1925 – Dorothy Loudon, American actress, singer (d.2003)
1926 – Bill Black, born in Memphis, Tennessee, musician, rocker, bassist for Elvis Pressley, played for "Heartbreak Hotel", "Mystery Train", "Hound Dog", "Jailhouse Rock" (d.1965)
1926 – Reginald Marsh, actor, Sicilians, It Happened Here (d.2001)
1927 – George Blanda, NFL kicker, quarterback, Bears, Oilers, Raiders, HOF (d.2010)
1928 – Roddy McDowall, born in Herne Hill, London, England, actor, Planet of Apes series, Lord Love a Duck (d.1998)
1930 – David Huddleston, Vinton, Virginia, actor, How the West Was Won (d.2016)
1931 – Anne Bancroft, American actress, Graduate, Miracle Worker, Mrs Mel Brooks (d.2005)
1931 – Jean-Claude Carrière, French actor, screenwriter
1933 – Chuck Grassley, born in New Hartford, Iowa, Senator-R-Iowa 1981-????, speaking of retirement...

George Frederick Blanda
c. 1955
1934 – Orlando Cepeda, Giants player, NL MVP 1967, HOF-1999
1939 – David H Souter, Weir, New Hampshire, 107th Supreme Court Justice, 1990-
1940 – Lorella De Luca, Italian actress, director (d.2014)
1942 – Lupe Ontiveros, American actress, producer (d.2012)
1944 – Les Emmerson, Canadian singer, songwriter, guitarist, Five Man Electrical Band
1945 – Phil Jackson, born in Deer Lodge, Montana, NBA star, Knicks, coach, Bulls, HOF as coach
1947 – Jeff MacNelly, Puliter Prize-winning cartoonist, Shoe (d.2000)
1948 – John Ritter, born in Burbank, California, actor, Jack – 3's Company, Hearts Afire (d.2003)
1950 – Fee Waybill, Omaha, Nebraska, rocker, Tubes

Anne Bancroft
1951 – Cassandra Peterson, American actress, television host, producer, 'Elvira, Mistress of the Dark'
1952 – Steve Sanders, Richland, Georgia, country singer, Oak Ridge Boys – Elvira (d.1998)
1953 – Rita Rudner, American actress, comedian, screenwriter
1953 – Steve Williams, Welsh drummer, songwriter, Budgie
1955 – Brendan O'Carroll, Irish actor, director, screenwriter
1956 – Mandawuy Yunupingu, Australian singer, songwriter, guitarist, Yothu Yindi (d.2013)
1959 – Charles Lawson, Irish actor
1960 – John Bottomley, Canadian singer, songwriter (d.2011)
1960 – Terry Nihen, born in Concord, Massachusetts, Playmate December 1983

Chuck Grassley (86)
In Congress 44 Years
1961 – Ty Tabor, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, King's X, Platypus, The Jelly Jam
1962 – BeBe Winans, American singer, songwriter, producer, BeBe & CeCe Winans
1962 – Dustin Nguyen, born in Saigon, Vietnam, actor, Harry – 21 Jump Street
1963 – James Urbaniak, American actor, producer, screenwriter
1965 – Kyle Chandler, American actor, producer
1965 – Yuji Naka, Japanese video game designer, created Sonic the Hedgehog
1965 – Guy Picciotto, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, Rites of Spring, Fugazi, Happy Go Licky, One Last Wish
1966 – Paula Jones, born in Lonoke, Arkansas, sued President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment, case was dismissed but while on appeal Clinton paid Jones $850,000
1967 – Koen Wauters, Flemish singer, songwriter, actor, Clouseau

Phil Jackson
c. 2009
1969 – Adam Devlin, English guitarist, songwriter, The Bluetones
1969 – Keith Flint, English singer, songwriter, The Prodigy, Flint
1971 – Adriana Karembeu, Slovak model, actress
1971 – Bobby Lee, American comedian, actor, screenwriter
1974 – Austin St. John, American actor, martial artist
1975 – Jade Esteban Estrada, American singer, songwriter, producer, actor
1975 – Constantine Maroulis, American singer, songwriter, actor, Pray for the Soul of Betty
1979 – Billy Miller, American actor, Billy Abbott – The Young and the Restless
1983 – RJ Jimenez, Filipino singer, guitarist
1983 – Jennifer Peña, American singer, songwriter, producer, actress
1983 – Aiza Seguerra, Filipino singer, songwriter, guitarist, actor
1985 – Jon Walker, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, Panic! at the Disco, The Young Veins

John Ritter
c. 1988
Cassandra Peterson
c. 2011
Rita Rudner
c. 2011
Paula Jones
c. 1998
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2019 – 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.
Constitution Day
232 Years Ago Today! It is normally observed on September 17, the day in 1787 that delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the document in Philadelphia

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2019 – Constitution Day (U.S.) recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens
2014 – The Federal Reserve will continue its current program of slow withdrawal of economic stimulus measures, as U.S. unemployment and underemployment numbers have not improved quickly enough to warrant a change in policy [bh]
2012 – NASA reports its three-man crew of Joe Acaba and Russian colleagues Gennady Padalka and Sergei Revin landed safely in the Russian-made Soyuz capsule after 123 days at the International Space Station
2012 – United States and Japanese government officials agree to put a second missile defense system in Japan
2011 – Occupy Wall Street movement begins in Zuccotti Park, New York City
2010 – The world's biggest airline is created when United Airlines shareholders approve a deal to merge with Continental Airlines
2008 – The IAU named another dwarf planet, Haumea
2007 – AOL, once the largest ISP in the U.S., officially announces plans to refocus the company as an advertising business and to relocate its corporate headquarters from Dulles, Virginia to New York, New York
2006 – Fourpeaked Mountain in Alaska erupts, marking the first eruption for the long-dormant volcano in at least 10,000 years
2002 – 8 Simple Rules debuted
2001 – Major trading markets in the United States, including the New York Stock Exchange and the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), reopen for the first time since September 11
1992 – Theodore (Ted) Weiss wins Democrat primary for NYC congressional seat despite having died on 14th [1]
1991 – The first version of the Linux kernel (0.01) is released to the Internet [1]
1989 – Hurricane Hugo begins 4 day sweep through Caribbean, killing 62, kills 85 as it comes ashore north of Charleston, South Carolina on Isle of Palms the 22nd
1988 – Hurricane Gilbert, heads into Texas, kills 300 in Jamaica, Texas and Yucatan
1987 – Pope John Paul II arrives in San Francisco, meets with AIDS patients, and embraces an AIDS infected child
1986 – U.S. Senate confirms William Rehnquist as Sixteenth Chief Justice
1984 – WTIC-TV channel 61 in Hartford, Connecticut (CBS/FOX) begins broadcasting
1983 – Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes a U.S. citizen
1978 – The Camp David Accords are signed by Israel and Egypt
1977 – Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" is #1 for 19th straight week [1]
1976 – Enterprise, the first Space Shuttle built for NASA, was rolled out of the manufacturing facilities in Palmdale, California
1976 – Ringo releases "Ringo's Rotogravure" album

Eight Simple Rules
for dating my daughter
debute 2002
1972 – Series premiere of M*A*S*H
1967 – Mission Impossible premieres on CBS-TV
1965 – WPHL-TV channel 17 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (IND) begins broadcasting
1964 – Bewitched premieres on ABC-TV
1964 – Beatles are paid a then record $150,000 for a concert (Kansas)
1964 – Supremes release "Baby Love"
1963 – The Fugitive premieres on ABC-TV
1961 – Car 54 Where are You? premieres on TV
1961 – The world's first retractable-dome stadium, the Civic Arena, opens in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1957 – KETV-TV channel 7 in Omaha, Nebraska (ABC) begins broadcasting
1954 – Rocky Marciano KOs Ezzard Charles in 8 for heavyweight boxing title
1953 – WICS-TV channel 20 in Springfield, Illinois (NBC) begins broadcasting
1949 – WFAA-TV channel 8 in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas (ABC) begins broadcasting
1948 – KCOP-TV channel 13 in Los Angeles, California (IND) begins
1948 – WLS-TV channel 7 in Chicago, Illinoois (ABC) begins broadcasting
1928 – The Okeechobee hurricane strikes southeastern Florida, killing more than 2,500 people. It is the third deadliest natural disaster in United States history, behind the Galveston hurricane of 1900 and the 1906 San Francisco earthquake
1926 – Hurricane in Florida and Alabama, kills 372
1920 – National Football League organizes in Canton, Ohio, 12 teams pay $100 each to join American Professional Football Association
1916 – Manfred von Richthofen [The Red Baron], a flying ace of the German Luftstreitkräfte, wins his first aerial combat near Cambrai, France
1887 – Philadelphia celebrates 100th anniversary of U.S. Constitution
1876 – Race riots in South Carolina
1873 – 24 students attend opening class at Ohio State University
1872 – Phillip W Pratt patents his sprinkler system for extinguishing fires
1863 – Pope Pius IX encyclical Incredibili, on persecution in New Grenada
1850 – Great fire in San Francisco
1849 – Harriet Tubman first escapes slavery in Maryland with two of her brothers
1814 – Francis Scott Key finishes his poem the sixteenth and a friend printed today the words to "Defence of Fort McHenry", later to be the lyrics of "The Star-Spangled Banner"
1787 – The United States Constitution is signed in Philadelphia! (FB Video)
1787 – Constitution submitted to states for ratification the same day
1778 – The Treaty of Fort Pitt is signed. It is the first formal treaty between the United States and a Native American tribe (the Lenape or Delaware Indians)
1775 – Siege of Fort St. Jean: Conducted by American Brigadier General Richard Montgomery on the town and fort of Saint-Jean in the British province of Quebec
1394 – Jews are expelled from France by order of King Charles VI

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