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  1. News Reporter in 1988 for Anchorage News that reported the story of the wales trapped in Alaska - made the movie Big Miracle about them
  2. Hostage during Iran Hostage crisis
  3. Born 1896. #70 oldest documented person. Lives in Italy.
  4. A captain in the Dallas Police Dept . , Gangway was in charge of the DPD Special Service Bureau . He said that Oswald's description was broadcast following the shooting of JFK because he was missing from a ' cool call ' at the TSBD
  5. Senior medical student at Methodist Hospital Dallas time of assassination. Participated in retrieval of bullet from body of Officer J.D. Tippit. Knew many of the doctors who treated both the President & Gov. Connally at Parkland Hospital
  6. Born 1943. First African American student to enter enter Clemson University in South Carolina, the last U.S. state to hold out against racial integration. 'An early inspiration' to Barack Obama
  7. Spanish Civil war veteran (Born: 1918) Nationalist Army. Promoted to captain in 1942. Awarded four medals. Military historian, author, and teacher. Age: 98. Lives in Spain
  8. Aurelio Rodriguez played a trick on the Topps photographer and 1969 baseball card #653 photo is actually of this California Angels batboy
  9. Seán Garland  (2)
    Member of the original Irish Republican Army before it changed to the Workers Party, which he became president of in 2000
  10. Garner was on the fourth floor of the TSBD with co-workers Victoria Adams , Elsie Dorman and Sandra Styles . She claims the shots ' came from the west '
  11. Congressional page of the 1940's, and one of the last few living witnesses to have seen FDR's Pearl Harbor 'Day of Infamy' speech before Congress on 12/8/41. Later in 1942, had lunch at the White House with the other pages and Eleanor Roosevelt, who then
  12. U.S. Coast Guard 1955/Kennedys Guard of Honor & death watch guard
  13. JFK - Flight attendant on Air Force One the day President Kennedy was assassinated. Served cookies and milk to the Kennedys on the flight to Dallas
  14. Young man who ran on the field after Hank Aaron's 715th Home Run
  15. Longtime Dallas businessman, Gatlin was working on the twelfth floor of the Mercantile Bank building in 1963 and provided vivid memories of the motorcade passing by on Main Street/Sixth Floor interviewee multiple times
  16. Colourful Australian figure of some notoriety
  17. Air Force veteran chosen to be one of the official pallbearers for President John F. Kennedy's funeral
  18. Served in World War II on the U.S.S. Borie (destroyer) and the U.S.S. Darter (submarine) Machinist in the engine room of this submarine, which played a pivotal role in the Battle of Leyte Gulf involving 32 Japanese warships
  19. circus animal trainer
  20. Tramp arrested in 1963 in JFK Assassination investigation. Believe to live in Melbourne Florida, age 88
  21. Administrative Assistant at Parkland Hospital, helped coordinate media relations and family arrangements during the JFK and Oswald shootings. Spent time with Jack Ruby during his stay at Parkland in 1966
  22. US WWII veteran, born 1918, served in the OSS in England, France, and behind enemy lines in Nazi Germany. Helped in the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp
  23. Italian financier, chiefly known for his role in the Banco Ambrosiano scandal
  24. Iran Hostage Crisis/Budget Officer
  25. Oldest person in Germany born 1905
  26. Great-great grandson of geronimo
  27. Wells fargo heist
  28. Greek Canadian war surgeon and served chief surgeon for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) until December 2006
  29. Born 1896 #70 oldest documented person. Lives in England
  30. Oldest living person in the United States at age 113, as of February 2017; living in Huntingdon County, PA
  31. John Gibson  (6)
    A patron in the Texas Theatre who witnessed the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald
  32. Formerly 3rd Oldest Person in the World/Born: 1890 - Deceased 2006
  33. Eighteen years old in 1963, Giddens saw President speak in front of the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth
  34. Involved with hiding Anne Frank and her family. Born: 02/15/1909
  35. Anesthesiologist who attached the heart monitor to President John F. Kennedy in a Parkland's hospital emergency room and interviewed wounded Texas Gov. John Connally for surgery
  36. Centenarian, probably the last living woman to have marched in a suffragette parade and one of the last early Girl Scouts (in 1914). Voted in the first open election of 1920, plus later became a charter member, and President of the Republican National Wom
  37. Israeli Flying Ace, retired Brigadier General, Israeli Air Force
  38. JFK - Honor Guard Kennedy funeral
  39. WW2 soldier from 42nd Rainbow Division which liberated Dachau concentration camp on April 29, 1945
  40. One of only nine survivors from the sinking of The SS Athenia, that was the first casualty of WW2. The unarmed passenger liner was torpedoed by a U-boat just eight hours after war broke out. He is now 84 and lives in Canada
  41. Iran Hostage Crisis/U.S. Navy Communications and Intelligence Specialist
  42. Last surviving inhabitant of St Kildan Island, Scotland that was evacuated in 1930, 81 years ago. He now lives in Scotland
  43. American author and High Priest of the Church of Satan
  44. One of the two men who shot the controversial Patterson-Gimlin film in 1967 that allegedly shows Bigfoot
  45. JFK - Secret Service agent
  46. Founder, Women Influencing the Nation
  47. Sister of french president Valery Giscard d'Estaing. Born in 1935
  48. Was A Secret Service For The Kennedys in the 1960's
  49. Staff Sergeant, U.S Army, first living person since the Vietnam War to receive the United States military's highest decoration for valor, the Medal of Honor
  50. Known for raising the most famous monkey in norway Julius in the early 80s
  51. Known for raising in the early 80s the most famous monkey in norway,Julius
  52. Army veteran post-WWII who served as a prisoner guard at the Nuremberg Trials
  53. Born March 14, 1942 General
  54. 'Girl in Blue'/Standing on a concrete pedestal at the corner of Houston & Elm Streets in Dealey Plaza, eleven-year-old Toni Glover witnessed 1963 assassination
  55. Survivor of Hartford Circus Fire 1944
  56. Wells fargo heist
  57. United States Air Aces
  58. Member of The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)a work relief program for young men from unemployed families, started on 03/21/1933, by Pres. F.D.R. As part of Roosevelt's New Deal legislation, designed to combat unemployment during the Great Depression
  59. Replacement for fallen Reverend from the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in CHARLESTON, S.C. where shootings lead to Confederate Flag reform
  60. An armored car driver for Armored Car Service Co. , he drove one of the two cars sent to move Lee Harvey Oswald from the City Jail to the County Jail on Nov. 24 , 1963
  61. Iran Hostage Crisis/Chief of Embassy Security, Regional Security Officer
  62. Harry Gold  (2)
    Witness in Rosenberg Spy Trial
  63. One of the doctors who tried to save JFK's life after being shot
  64. Lieutenant General Harry Edgar Goldsworthy (born April 3, 1914) is a centenarian and was an American Air Force lieutenant general who was deputy chief of staff for systems and logistics, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C
  65. 'Nominee for the Cowgirl Hall of Fame', 'Country Singer', Writer','Theater Actress'
  66. JFK - Chaplain at Bishop Dunne High School in 1963, he took a photograph of President Kennedy's Dallas motorcade approaching the Adolphus Hotel just 4 blocks from Dealey Plaza
  67. US Navy WWII veteran, born 1915. One of the last people to have worked on the construction of the Hoover Dam in the 1930s
  68. German World War 2 Knight's Cross Recipient. Born: 10/15/1913
  69. Cuban boy who became famous during 1999-2000 when custody battle arose between his Cuban-American relatives in Miami and his Cuban dad in Cuba. He was repatriated to his dad and later became friends with Cuban President Fidel Castro
  70. U.S. Secret Service agent in 1963, Gonzalez was assigned to guard duty for President Kennedy's limousine after its arrival in Washington, D.C., on the evening of the assassination
  71. Watergate Burglar
  72. Uruguayan professor, Director of Education and Minister of Defense under President Luis Lacalle. Writer, 'Women and Politics in Uruguay'
  73. One of nine surviving veterans of Spanish Civil War. Born' October 3, 1910..Served in Valencia, Teruel, Jaén, and Granada
  74. Sculptor who designed the obverse of the Sacagawea dollar that entered circulation in the United States in 2000. Also designed the Vietnam Women's Memorial located in Washington, DC
  75. A U.S. Secret Service Agent who did advance work on the Houston leg of President Kennedy's trip to Texas in 1963
  76. Former British test pilot and Royal Navy officer. Pilot during WWII. Inventor of the mirror-sight deck landing system for aircraft carriers
  77. Supercentenarian born 1907 2nd oldest person living in Michigan
  78. A Jr. at Jesuit High School in Dallas , Miles was at Dallas Love Field and Parkland Memorial on Nov. 22 , and for several hours that day he assisted a CBS cameraman covering the assassination
  79. Belgian supercentenarian and the oldest living man in Europe. Born in 1900
  80. Joyce Gordon  (2)
    AKA/Joy Dale Burlesque Stripper who worked at Jack Ruby's Carousel Club in Dallas, Texas
  81. Pan Am World Airways flight attendant, saved Iranian passenger at JFK
  82. Physician who co-authored first report printed regarding AIDS
  83. Descendant of Sir Ernest Shackleton, the Antarctic explorer. Lives in Ashford, Kent, UK
  84. Participated in the 1963 Selma civil rights campaign as a 16 year old boy, including the 'Bloody Sunday' march
  85. Tom Grace  (2)
    Survivor of the 1970 Kent State shootings. Shot in the ankle during the attack on students, he rode in the ambulance alongside one of the victims killed, Sandy Sheuer, as she was pronounced dead
  86. Reverend to Rosa Park's Church; Secretary of the MIA aka Montgomery Improvement Association that helped support the boycott, appeared at meetings led by MLK
  87. President Trump's longtime secretary and a senior vice president at the Trump Organization, she has worked at Trump Tower for near 30 years, has acted as gatekeeper to Trump
  88. American publisher Leader of Washington Post, more than 2 decades, overseeing famous period, the Watergate coverage that eventually led to resignation of President Nixon. Her memoir, Personal History, won the Pulitzer Prize in 1998
  89. One of the last two survivors of the 1917 Halifax Explosion. Born 1912. She was five years old in 1917 when the explosion took place. She is now 107 and lives in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
  90. David Grant  (5)
    JFK - Secret Service agent, assisted in the Dallas advance, was stationed at the Trade Mart at the time of the assassination; Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Vice Presidents, Rockefeller, and Mondale
  91. Survivor of 1906 San Francisco earthquake
  92. Iran Hostage Crisis/Public Affairs Officer
  93. Fred Gray  (2)
    Civil rights lawyer, preacher (born 1930). Defended Rosa Parks, Claudette Colvin, and the MIA during the Montgomery bus boycott. Worked with Martin Luther King and defended him in court. Named National Bar Association president in 1985
  94. WWII riveter
  95. Newspaper editor, politician and reformer. Encouraged readers to "Go West"
  96. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  97. Born 19 February 1901, is the last known female veteran of the First World War, and the last British veteran to still be living in Britain. Lives in King's Lynn, Norfolk. The last remaining World War 1 Veteran living Worldwide
  98. Stephen Green  (2)
    21 year old student at Middlebury College in Vermont when he was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi for his participation in a Freedom Ride from Nashville, Tennessee to Jackson, Mississippi on June 10, 1961
  99. One of the oldest people in the world. Born 1895. Lives in New York.
  100. UK Tallest Man
  101. Spy, Brother of Ethel Rosenberg
  102. Holocaust survivor; author
  103. Senior archivist at the LBJ Presidential Library and Museum, Greenwell joined their staff in 1976. As a Dallas school girl, she saw President's motorcade on November 22, 1963/Saw him just minutes before the assassination
  104. JFK - Secret Service; driver of President Kennedy's car on November 22, 1963
  105. JFK/Kennedy - Counsel to the Warren Commission 1964
  106. Civil Rights Activist/Former Black Panther, While with them, was involved in a bank robbery & served 12 years in prison. /As teenager Griffin was outside of Hotel Texas to greet the Kennedy's when they arrived in Fort Worth on November 21
  107. Frank Griffin  (2)
    Working in Oak Cliff at time of assassination , heard shots and witnessed aftermath of Tippitt shooting
  108. Great-grandnephew of notorious outlaw Ned Kelly who was was hanged for murder in 1880. He lives in Wangaratta, north-east Victoria, Australia
  109. Great-grand-niece of notorious outlaw Ned Kelly who was was hanged for murder in 1880. She lives in Wangaratta, north-east Victoria, Australia
  110. Col. Robert Grimes, an Army Air Forces pilot flew a B-17 bomber during World War II
  111. Spy/Former CIA officer who participated on a small team that investigated and uncovered the actions of Aldrich Ames, a counterintelligence officer who was subsequently convicted of spying for the Soviet Union
  112. Survivor of 1944 Hartford Circus Fire/born February 1, 1938 was elected the first female lieutenant governor of Connecticut in 1990
  113. Auschwitz Prison Camp
  114. Rocket Scientist, 'Dr. Werner Von Braun's Team'
  115. British solicitor, son of paranormal investigator Maurice Grosse. He helped his father interrogate the Enfield poltergeist and, as such, is probably the only member of the Law Society to have cross-examined a ghost. He lives in the UK
  116. Neurosurgeon at Parkland Memorial Hospital in 1963, was in Trauma Room One during the treatment of President and claims to have examined the president's head wound; however, he was not called to testify before the Warren Commission
  117. Mathematician in 20th century
  118. Judge
  119. 'Known as the 'bookkeeper of Auschwitz'/Former guard at the Auschwitz prison camp. Lives in Germany
  120. One of the last living crewmembers (1917-2002) of the Hindenburg that survived the 1937 crash. Served as a ship cook, he jumped to safety through an opening in the ship and ran to safety as the ship fell behind him
  121. National Spelling Bee Champion - Has Topps Allen & Ginter Card
  122. Italian World War 2 Hero and Diplomat. Born: 02/07/1909
  123. Descendant of Jules Verne, the legendary French author of Around the World in Eighty Days and Twenty-Thousand Leagues under the Sea
  124. Employed at a used-car lot at Patton Ave. and Jefferson Blvd. in Oak Cliff ,he heard gunshots and saw a man run south sticking a handgun in his belt . He positively identified the man as Lee Harvey Oswald
  125. Katharine Teresa Gun is a British translator who worked for the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), a British intelligence agency. In 2003, she leaked top-secret information to The Observer
  126. Former US Park Ranger who stood guard next to Martin Luther King Jr. during his 'I Have a Dream' March on Washington speech in 1963
  127. Age 14 when JFK shot & was witness/skipped school to see him/Close enough to touch President
  128. Hungarian man who appeared in the famous faked photo of a tourist on top of the World Trade Center in NYC just before it was hit by a plane on September 11, 2001
  129. Daughter of Hermann Göring, is living in Munich, Germany