Nabbes, Thomas b. 1605 d. April 4, 1641 Dramatist. Nabbes was active during the last decade of the English Renaissance, before the Civil War shut down London's theatres in 1642, and his gently refined plays glance back at earlier stage traditions. He experimented with city comedy ("Covent Garden" and "Tottenham Court", both 1633), Jonsonian comedy ("The Bride", 1638), history play ("Hannibal and Scipio", 1635), verse tragedy ("The Unfortunate Mother", 1640), and royal court masques (including "The Spring's Glory", 1638). With "...[Read More] (Bio by: Bobb Edwards) St Giles in the Fields Churchyard, London Borough of Camden, Greater London, England Plot: churchyard, unmarked
Nabers, Benjamin Duke b. November 7, 1812 d. September 6, 1878 US Representative from Mississippi. He had moved to Hickory Flat, Mississippi, was a commission merchant and held several local offices. He was elected as a Unionist to the Thirty-second Congress and served March 4, 1851 To March 3, 1853. Unsuccessful Unionist candidate for reelection, he moved to Memphis, Tennessee, studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1860. Later that year he was a presidential elector on the Constitutional-Union ticket of Bell and Everett. He returned to Mississippi...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Hillcrest Cemetery, Holly Springs (Marshall County), Marshall County, Mississippi, USA
Nabors, Jack (Herman John) b. November 19, 1887 d. October 29, 1923 Major League Baseball Player. The hard-luck 6-foot-3, 185-pound right-hander tied a major-league record with 19 consecutive losses in 1916. He broke in with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1915, a year after they were 99-53 but lost the World Series to the Miracle Boston Braves in a four-game sweep. With such stars as Eddie Collins, Home Run Baker, Ed Plank and Chief Bender gone as Connie Mack dismantled his club, the A's went 43-109. Nabors had a 0-5 record with a 5.50 earned run average during...[Read More] (Bio by: Ron Coons) Montevallo Cemetery, Montevallo, Shelby County, Alabama, USA
Nachman, Jerome A 'Jerry' b. February 24, 1946 d. January 19, 2004 Longtime tv newsman, Jerry was also editor-in-chief of MSNBC. In 2003, Jerry announced to his viewers that he was battling a rare form of gallbladder cancer. His final assignment for Msnbc was in early 2004 reporting on the Michael Jackson case. Nachman was the recipient of the prestigious Peabody Award, the Edward R. Murrow Award, and an Emmy. (Bio by: Michael Hollings) Cause of death: Gallbladder cancer Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
Nachman, Rabbi b. 1772 d. 1810 Claimed by Martin Buber as 'the last Jewish mystic', Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav (or Breslov) was the great-grandson of the founder of Hasidism, Rabbi Israel of Miedzyborz, the 'Baal Shem Tov' ('Master of the Good Name'). Nachman carried out his teaching by stories and parables, some of which were printed after his death and can be claimed as the starting point for modern Jewish literature. He taught that to die was no more significant than to move to another room; moreover, he undertook to...[Read More] (Bio by: David Conway) Cause of death: consumption. Synagogue of the Breslover Hasidim, Uman', Cherkas'ka, Ukraine Plot: Beneath the south wall
Nader, George [cenotaph] b. October 19, 1921 d. February 4, 2002 Actor. George Nader was born in Pasadena, California, and began his film career in 1950. He appeared in productions at the Pasadena Playhouse, that led to a number of small film roles in 1951 and 1952. His break came in his first starring role, "Robot Monster", released in 1953. His rugged looks won him a Universal Studios contract in the 1950's, and in turn, he made several films for Universal. He won a Golden Globe Award for "Most Promising Newcomer" in 1955. His films of that period included...[Read More] (Bio by: Jimmy Short) Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cathedral City), Cathedral City, Riverside County, California, USA
Nader, Rose Bouziane b. February 7, 1906 d. January 20, 2006 Rose Bouziane the mother of U.S. activist, consumer advocate, and frequent third-party candidate, Ralph Nader.She confronted Sen. Prescott Bush (R-CT) in 1955, after a catastrophic flood. Bush was approached by Nader at a public gathering, and offered his hand in an obligatory fashion. Mrs. Nader "latched on" and refused to free him until he promised to help a dry-dam proposal move forward. Her request was fulfilled. Later, she advocated building a community center for children, forming a...[Read More] (Bio by: Jared Walker) Unknown*, Buried in her town of Winsted CT. * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Naderpour, Nader b. June 6, 1929 d. February 18, 2000 Poet. Born in June 06, 1929 to artistically and culturally educated parents, Nader traveled to Europe upon completion of his secondary education to study literature in Sorbonne University, Paris. On his return to Iran, he took up a position in the Department of Arts and Culture. Meanwhile he became Editor-in-Chief of the monthly journal of Honar-va-Mardom. Nader published his first poems in 1940s and completed four collections by 1970s. In 1964, he went to Rome where he studied Italian language...[Read More] Westwood Memorial Park, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Naess, Arne b. August 12, 1937 d. January 13, 2004 Norwegian Ship owner, Multi-millionaire and Adventurer. A Ship owner, who also made his name as an experienced climber. He summited Mount Everest on April 29 1985. He had an extensive fortune and was one of Norway´s leading celebreties. For many years he was married to singer Diana Ross, from whom he divorced in 2000. He was killed in a climbing accident in South Africa. (Bio by: Peter Robsahm) Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Naess (Næss), Arne (Arne Dekke Eide) b. January 27, 1912 d. January 12, 2009 Philosopher, Mountaineer. Regarded as the foremost Norwegian philosopher of the 20th century. Internationally known as the founder of the concept "deep ecology" wich enriched and divided the environmental movement. Deep ecology teaches the belief that Earth as a planet has as much right as its inhabitants, such as humans, to survive and flourish. His philosophical work focused on Spinoza, Buddhism and Gandhi, and he was the youngest person to be appointed full professor at the University of...[Read More] (Bio by: Just like birds) Ris Urnelund, Oslo, Oslo kommune, Oslo fylke, Norway
Nagako, Empress b. March 6, 1903 d. June 16, 2000 Also known as "Empress Dowager, she was the wife of Emperor Hirohito, whose reign as emperor was the longest in Japanese history. At the time of her death, she had been an empress for 73 years and 173 days. She later received the posthumous name of "Empress Kojun," a name that symbolized her beauty and kind-hearted personality. (Bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Musashino Imperial Mausoleum, Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan