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>>  Noted Birthdays on Saturday, July 11  <<

John Quincy Adams
c. 1843
1274 – Robert the Bruce, King of Scots (1306-29) (d.1329)
1767 – John Quincy Adams, Braintree (Quincy), Massachusetts, Sixth President of the United States (D) (1825-1829) (d.1848)
1811 – William Robert Grove, Swansea, Welsh Physicist and inventor of the first fuel cell (Grove voltaic cell) (d.1896)
1838 – John Wanamaker,born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, merchant, Wanamakers Dept Store (d.1922)
1892 – Thomas Mitchell, born in New Jersey, academy award winning actor, Outlaw, Adventures (d.1962)
1899 – E. B. White, writer, Stuart Little (c. 1945), Charlotte's Web (c. 1952), The Trumpet of the Swan (c. 1970) (d.1985)
1906 – Harry Von Zell, sidekick, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (d.1981)

Yul Brynner
c. 1969
1909 – Irene Hervey, born in Venice, Los Angeles, California, actress, Destry Rides Again (1939), The House of Fear (1939), The Boys from Syracuse (1940) (d.1998)
1920 – Yul Brynner, born Vladivostok, Far Eastern Republic, actor, The King and I, The Ten Commandments, The Magnificent Seven, (d.1985)
1922 – Gene Evans, born in Hollbrook, Arizona, actor, My Friend Flicka, Matt Helm, Alamo (d.1998)
1924 – Brett Somers, born in Canada, actress, singer, comedienne, game show panelist (d.2007)
1926 – Patrick Wymark, born in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England, actor, Skull, Tomb of Ligeia (d.1970)
1929 – David Kelly, born in Dublin, Ireland, actor, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Fawlty Towers (d.2012)
1931 – Tab Hunter, actor, Tab Hunter Show, Lust in the Dust
1932 – Alex Hassilev, rocker, Limeliters
1933 – Barbara Lee Stanley Miller, daughter, sister, aunt, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother
1943 – Susan Seaforth Hayes, actress, Julie Williams – Days of our Life, Joanna Manning – Young and Restless
1945 – Adrienne Barbeau, born in Sacramento, California, actress, Carol Traynor – Maude, Escape from New York

Susan Seaforth Hayes
1946 – Beverly Todd, born in Chicago, Illinois, actress, Roots, Having Babies, The Redd Foxx Show
1946 – John Lawton, British rock singer, Lucifer's Friend, Uriah Heep, Les Humphries Singers
1950 – Bonnie Pointer, singer, Pointer Sisters – Jump, I'm So Excited
1952 – Stephen Lang, born in New York City, actor, Another You, Death of a Salesman
1953 – Peter Bergman, born in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, actor, Dr. Cliff Warner – All My Children (1979–89), Jack Abbott – The Young and the Restless
1956 – Sela Ward, born in Meridian, Mississippi, actress, Hilary – Emerald Point N.A.S., Sisters
1957 – Michael Rose, born in Kingston, Jamaica, reggae singer, Black Uhuru – Brutal, Positive
1957 – Peter Murphy, born in Northampton, England, vocalist, goth rock genre, member of rock group, Bauhaus, nicknamed, 'The Godfather of Goth'

Adrienne Barbeau
c. 2011
1957 – Vince Williams, actor, Hampton Speakes – Guiding Light (d.1997)
1958 – Mark Lester [Mark A. Letzer], born in Oxford, England, actor, Oliver, Prince and Pauper
1959 – Richie Sambora, guitarist, Bon Jovi – You Give Love a Bad Name
1959 – Suzanne Vega, rock vocalist, My Name is Luka, Tom's Diner
1963 – Lisa Rinna, born in Newport Beach, California, actress, Billie Reed – Days of Our Life
1966 – Debbe Dunning, born in Burbank, California, actress, Tool Time Girl – Home Improvement
1966 – Melanie Susan "Mel" Appleby, rocker, Mel and Kim – Coming to America (d.1990, pneumonia following treatment for metastatic paraganglioma)
1972 – Michael Rosenbaum, American Actor, Lex Luthor – Smallville
1977 – Brandy Gold, born in Los Angeles, California, actress, Annie Riddle – Baby Makes Five

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>>  Noted Events On Saturday, July 11  <<

2020 – 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 403-4 links corrected when found.
2015 – Greece continues negotiations with its creditors after refusing proposed austerity measures; however, the Greek government proposal includes reforms similar to those rejected by voters in a recent referendum [bh]
2015 – Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán escapes from Altiplano maximum-security prison west of Mexico City via a specially constructed one and one half kilometer tunnel from his cell to a nearby house
2014 – The U.N. Security Council calls for a special meeting to discuss the current Israel–Palestinian conflict; Israel continues attacks on Gaza
2012 – The discovery of the fifth moon of Pluto, S/2012 P 1, is announced by astronomers
2010 – Colton Harris-Moore, a nineteen year old fugitive known as the ‘Barefoot Bandit‘ is captured by police in northern Eleuthera, The Bahamas
2001 – Iraq resumes oil exports, ending a five week halt in protest of a U.S. and British-sponsored U.N. Security Council resolution
1992 – Presidential candidate Ross Perot at NAACP speech calls them "you people" (I still blame Ross for enabling William Jefferson Clinton)
1991 – Total solar eclipse is seen in Hawaii
1991 – After takeoff from King Abdulaziz International Airport, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria Airways Flight 2120 caught fire and crashed, killing all two hundred and sixty-one people on board
1990 – NYC police arrest "Dartman" (stabbed over fifty women with darts)
1988 – Mike Tyson hires Donald Trump as an advisor [bh]
1987 – Heart‘s "Alone", single goes number one for three weeks [1]
1985 – Astros‘ Nolan Ryan, first to strike out four thousand (Mets‘ Danny Heep)
1984 – Government orders air bags or seat belts would be required in cars by 1989
1981 – Neva Rockefeller is first woman ordered to pay her husband alimony
1980 – Ayatollah Khomeini releases Iran hostage Richard Queen
1979 – U.S. Skylab enters atmosphere over Australia and disintegrates
1977 – U.S. Medal of Freedom awarded posthumously to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
1974 – House Judiciary Committee releases evidence on Watergate inquiry
1969 – David Bowie releases ‘Space Oddity
1968 – Earl Weaver replaces Hank Bauer as manager of Orioles
1967 – Kenny Rogers forms First Edition
1962 – Brothers Hank and Tommie Aaron homer in same inning
1960 – To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is first published by J. B. Lippincott and Co
1955 – Congress authorizes all U.S. currency to say "In God We Trust"
1952 – General Eisenhower nominated as Republican presidential candidate
1948 – First air bombing of Jerusalem [bh]
1944 – Franklin Roosevelt announces that he will run for a fourth term as President of the United States
1943 – Seventh day of battle at Kursk
1943 – Counter attack by Hermann Goering Armour division in Sicily [bh]
1943 – U.S. 45th Division occupies airport Comiso, Sicily
1943 – U.S. 82nd Airborne division shot at, by "friendly fire" in Sicily
1943 – Massacres of Poles in Volhynia
1940 – British and German dogfight above Lyme Bay [bh]
1936 – Triborough Bridge linking Manhattan, Bronx and Queens opens
1934 – Franklin D. Roosevelt became first President to travel through Panama Canal [bh]
1924 – Muslim-Hindu rebellion in Delhi, India [bh]
1921 – Former President of the United States, William Howard Taft, was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, making him the only person to ever hold both positions
1916 – Congress passes Federal Aid Road Act
1916 – Germany launches final offensive in the Battle of Verdun
1914 – Babe Ruth debuts as a pitcher for Boston Red Sox, he beats Cleveland four to three
1905 – Black intellectuals and activists lead by WEB Dubois organize the civil rights Niagara Movement [1]
1893 – The first cultured pearl is obtained by Kokichi Mikimoto [1]
1892 – U.S. Patent Office says J. W. Swan, rather than Thomas Edison, invented the electric light carbon for the incandescent lamp
1889 – Tijuana in Mexico becomes a city
1888 – 118°F (48°C), Bennett, Colorado (state record)
1888 – Pennsylvania‘s Monongehela River rises thirty-two feet after twenty-four hour rainfall [bh]
1864 – Confederate forces led by General J Early begin invasion of Washington, D.C.
1863 – Battle at Green River, Kentucky (Morgan‘s Ohio Raid)
1862 – Lincoln appoints General Halleck general-in-chief [1]
1861 – Battle of Rich Mountain, Virginia - Rosecrans forces rebels to surrender
1859 – Charles Dickens‘ "A Tale Of Two Cities" is published [1]
1804 – Vice President of the United States Aaron Burr mortally wounds former Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton in a duel
1798 – U.S. Marine Corps established by an act of Congress, (the Marine Corps had existed prior)
1750 – Halifax, Nova Scotia, is almost completely destroyed by fire
1740 – Czarina Anne ordered the Jews expelled from Little Russia
1735 – Mathematical calculations suggest that it was on this day that Pluto moved from the ninth to the eighth most distant planet from the Sun for the last time before 1979
1533 – Pope Clement VII excommunicates England‘s King Henry VIII

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