Ba, Inday (N'Deaye) b. August 10, 1972 d. April 26, 2005 Actress. Born N'Deaye Ba. Swedish actress who started up with amateur theater at the age of 12. She then worked some years at theatres in Stockholm "behind the curtains" in the early 1990's. Subsequently she moved to London and got herslef an actor's education at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. "Watch that man", "The perfect blue" and "Into the blue" (an Inspector Morse episode) is some of the films she played in, as well as the Swedish movie-success "Klassfesten." (Bio by: Peter Robsahm) Cause of death: Complications of lupus Cremated, Ashes scattered, Ashes scattered in Skagerrak (a part of the North Sea) outside the Swedish town of Lysekil.
Baardsson, Skule d. May 24, 1240 Norwegian Nobleman and Literary Figure. He is mentioned in several medieval Scandinavian sagas and poems, and was one of the main characters in Henrik Ibsen's 1863 play "Kongs-Emnerne" which is about the dispute between Skule and King Haakon IV. He was born around 1189 into Norwegian nobility and was a half-brother to King Inge II, who had bestowed on him the title of earl in the last years of his reign. When King Inge died in 1217, Haakon Haakonsson, the illegitimate son of King Haakon III...[Read More] (Bio by: William Bjornstad) Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Trondheim kommune, Sør-Trøndelag fylke, Norway
Baba, Tatsui b. 1850 d. November, 1888 Statesman politician and author. Older brother of English literature scholar, Kocho Baba. He founded the Liberal Democractic Party. Due to his radicalism, he was silenced and imprisoned in Japan. He moved to Phildelphia, Pennsylvania where he died in exile. Some of his remains are interred at Woodlands Cemetery in the Philadelphia area. (Bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Yanaka Cemetery, Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan
Babartsky, Albert J. b. April 19, 1915 d. December 29, 2002 Al Bart, a member of Fordham University’s famed Seven Blocks of Granite defensive line. He played at Fordham from 1935-37. At Fordham, the Shenandoah, PA, native played by the name Al Babartsky but later shortened his last name because people frequently misspelled it. In his three years at Fordham, the Rams went 18-2-5 and finished his final season ranked No. 3 in the country. He played six years in the NFL with the Chicago Cardinals and Chicago Bears until 1947. (Bio by: Helen L. Smith Hoke) Calvary Cemetery, Kettering, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
Babb (Bird), Mary (Mary Alice) Alice b. May 8, 1850 d. November 21, 1926 Alice Bird Babb was one of the seven founders of P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization), one of the pioneer societies for women, that was founded on January 21, 1869, at Iowa Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Today, P.E.O. has grown to almost a quarter of a million members in chapters in the United States and Canada. The P.E.O. Sisterhood, headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, is a philanthropic educational organization that promotes and funds educational opportunities for women.<...[Read More] (Bio by: Anonymous (inactive)) Forest Home Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa, USA
Babbage, Charles b. December 28, 1791 d. October 18, 1871 Scientist. Prominent Mathematician, inventor, code-breaker and engineer whose inventions and work on mechanical calculating machines led to computers. He developed a mathematical wheel that was the forerunner of the calculator. His birthdate is disputed and may be December 26, 1792. Kensal Green Cemetery, Kensal Green, London Borough of Brent, Greater London, England Plot: Square 84, Grave 23003, east side of path
Babbitt, Art b. October 8, 1907 d. March 4, 1992 Cartoonist. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, as Arthur Harold Babitsky. After his fathers accident, Art decided to move to New York so he could send money home. Art began his career in New York City working for Paul Terry's Terrytoons Studio. But in the early 1930s he moved to Los Angeles followed by his fellow Terrytoon colleague Bill Tytla, and secured a job animating for the Walt Disney Studio, which was expanding at the time. He began his career with Disney as a assistant animator, his talent...[Read More] (Bio by: Shock) Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills), Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA Plot: Columbarium of Purity, Niche G5968
Babbitt, Benjamin T. b. May 1, 1809 d. October 20, 1889 Businessman, Inventor. His first business was a machine shop in Little Falls, New York, which succeeded in making a practical mowing machine, one of the first in the United States. He moved to New York City, New York, and manufactured baking soda by his own process, selling it in economical, convenient packages, and gaining control of the market. He later added the production of yeast, baking powder and a soap powder to the company products. His soap, one of the first nationally advertised...[Read More] (Bio by: Ginny M) Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, Bronx County, New York, USA
Babbitt, Bob b. November 26, 1937 d. July 16, 2012 Musician. Best known as a member of Motown's famed studio band The Funk Brothers. Born Robert Kreiner to parents of Hungarian descent, he was exposed to and initially influenced by heavy doses of Gypsy music often played in his household. By his teenage years, R&B took over as his main interest and he soon mastered the electric Fender bass guitar and found himself performing in area nightclubs. He set out to broaden his horizons and embarked upon Detroit finding work in the construction...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Babbitt, Edwin Burr b. January 8, 1803 d. December 10, 1881 Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. Graduated from the USMA in 1826 (his classmates included future CSA Generals Albert S. Johnston and John B. Grayson, as well as future Union Generals Samuel P. Heintzelman and Silas Casey). A veteran of the Mexican War, Babbitt's Civil War service consisted of duty as Colonel & Chief Quartermaster, Department of the Pacific. His brevet promotion to Brigadier General, United States Regular Army, was awarded on March 13, 1865, for "faithful and...[Read More] (Bio by: Connie Nisinger) Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, Lemay, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA Plot: Section OPS1, Grave 2175
Babbitt, Elijah b. July 29, 1795 d. January 9, 1887 US Congressman. Elected to represent Pennsylvania's 25th District in the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1859 to 1863. Also served as a Member of the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives from 1836 to 1837, and Member of the Pennsylvania State Senate from 1843 to 1846. (Bio by: K) Erie Cemetery, Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania, USA
Babbitt, Platt Delascus b. May 22, 1823 d. August 21, 1879 Photographer. Born in Lanesbourough, Massachusetts, he became one of the first daguerreotypists to specialize in tourist photography. In 1853 he opened a permanent studio at Niagara Falls and worked there at Point View and Prospect Point. However his best known image is an early news photo, entitled "Man stranded on rocks in the Niagara River", taken in 1853. The man in the photo, Joseph Avery, fell into the river when his raft overturned; he clung to a rock for nearly 18 hours before being...[Read More] (Bio by: Kevin Guy) Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA Plot: Section 35, Lot 34 [Unmarked]