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Chief - Notable Historical Events

Thomas CromwellApr 15, 1534

GalileoFeb 22, 1632

George WashingtonJun 15, 1775

John JaySep 24, 1789

Thomas JeffersonSep 26, 1789

Napoléon BonaparteNov 21, 1791

John MarshallJan 20, 1801

Karl MarxOct 15, 1842

George McClellanNov 1, 1861

Stonewall JacksonMar 11, 1862

Robert E. LeeJan 31, 1865

General CusterNov 27, 1868

Sitting BullJul 20, 1881

GeronimoSep 4, 1886

Connie MackNov 1, 1914

William Howard TaftFeb 3, 1930

Adolf HitlerAug 2, 1934

George MarshallSep 1, 1939

Douglas MacArthurJul 8, 1950

Earl WarrenSep 30, 1953

John Paul IIApr 13, 1986

Nelson MandelaMar 7, 1994

Bill GatesJan 13, 2000

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Chief - Historical Events
Date Event
1322-08-08

Emperor Godaigo, makes Sojiji monastery. chief monastery of Soto Sect

1345-06-11

Alexios Apokaukos, chief minister of the Byzantine Empire, is lynched by political prisoners.

1534-04-15

Thomas Cromwell is appointed Chief Secretary to King Henry VIII

1586-03-08

Johan van Oldenbarnevelt becomes Dutch chief legal advisor

1621-03-16

Native American chief visits colony of Plymouth Mass

1624-08-13

Cardinal Richelieu appointed Chief Minister of France by Louis XIII

1632-02-22

Galileo's Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems is published.

1696-05-31

John Salomonsz elected chief of Saint-Eustatius

1701-08-02

Great Peace of Montreal signed between New France and North American Indian nations at urging of Huron chief Kondiaronk

1730-05-15

Robert Walpole becomes effectively Britain's 1st prime minister (was: chief min)

1755-03-17

Transylvania Land Company buys Kentucky for $50,000 from a Cherokee chief

1763-08-05

Pontiac's War: Battle of Bushy Run - British forces led by Henry Bouquet defeat Chief Pontiac's Indians at Bushy Run.

1764-11-16

Native Americans surrender to British in Indian War of Chief Pontiac

1775-06-15

George Washington appointed commander-in-chief of American Army

1780-11-05

French-American force under Colonel LaBalme is defeated by Miami Chief Little Turtle.

1783-12-23

General George Washington resigns his military commission as Commander-in-Chief of the Army to Congress

1789-09-24

President George Washington nominates John Jay the 1st Chief Justice

1789-09-26

Thomas Jefferson appointed 1st US Sec of State; John Jay becomes 1st US Chief Justice;

1791-11-21

Colonel Napoléon Bonaparte is promoted to full general and appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the French Republic.

1795-07-01

John Rutledge becomes 2nd chief justice of US Supreme Court

1801-01-20

John Marshall appointed US chief justice

1803-02-14

Chief Justice John Marshall declares that any act of U.S. Congress that conflicts with the Constitution is void.

1817-07-04

Chief Engineer James Geddes begins construction on the Erie Canal, one of the first great engineering works in North America

1824-01-28

William Kneass becomes 3rd US chief engraver (1824-40)

1833-06-28

Three missionaries of the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society obtain permission from Chief Moshoeshoe (Moshesh) to found a mission station in Basutoland (now Lesotho)

1842-10-15

Karl Marx becomes editor-in-chief of Rheinische Zeitung

1861-02-21

Navaho indians elect Herrero Grande as chief

1861-11-01

General George McClellan made general in chief of Union armies

1862-03-11

Lincoln removes George McClellen as general-in-chief

1862-03-11

12] Gen Stonewall Jackson evacuates Winchester Virginia Army of the Potomac. Gen Henry Halleck is named general-in-chief

1862-07-11

Lincoln appoints General Halleck general-in-chief

1863-07-30

Indian Wars: Chief Pocatello of the Shoshone tribe signs the Treaty of Box Elder, promising to stop harassing the emigrant trails in southern Idaho and northern Utah.

1864-11-29

Sand Creek Massacre, Colorado militia kills about 150 peaceful Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians including Cheyenne chief One-Eye

1865-01-31

Gen Robert E. Lee named Commander-in-Chief of Confederate Armies during US Civil War

1865-02-04

Robert E. Lee is named general-in-chief of Confederate forces

1866-09-01

Last Navaho chief Manuelito turns himself in at Fort Wingate

1868-11-27

Battle at Washita River, Oklahoma. General Custer attacks group of Native American Indians, their chief Black Kettle dies in the attack

1870-06-09

Washington: Pres Grant meets with Sioux chief Red Cloud

1871-07-05

Trial against Kiowa chief Satanta (White Bear) & Big Tree, begins

1872-09-29

Kiowa-chief Lone Wolf captures Satanta & Big Tree

1876-11-25

Indian Wars: In retaliation for the American defeat at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, United States Army troops sack Chief Dull Knife's sleeping Cheyenne village at the headwaters of the Powder River.

1877-10-05

Chief Joseph surrenders, ending Nez Perce War

1878-07-17

Nqwiliso, tribal chief of Western Pondoland and eldest son of Ndamase, signs a treaty with H.G. Elliott ceding sovereign rights and shipping in the Umzimvubu River mouth to the Cape government, Southern Africa

1881-07-20

Sioux Indian Chief Sitting Bull, surrenders to US federal troops

1882-08-14

Queen Victoria recieves Zulu chief Cetewayo

1886-09-04

Apache Chief Geronimo surrenders ending last major US-Indian war

1891-09-18

Harriet Maxwell Converse is 1st white woman to become an Indian chief

1902-08-22

Pres Teddy Roosevelt became 1st US chief executive to ride in a car

1903-10-05

Sir Samuel Griffith is appointed the first Chief Justice of Australia and Sir Edmund Barton and Richard O'Connor are appointed as foundation justices.

1905-10-29

Hottentot chief Hendrik Witbooi fataly injured

1906-05-08

Phila A's pitcher Chief Benders plays outfield & hits 2 HRs

1908-07-05

Niazi Bey, a chief organizer of the revolutionary movement in Turkey, raises the standard of revolt at Resna, Macedonia

1908-07-26

United States Attorney General Charles Joseph Bonaparte issues an order to immediately staff the Office of the Chief Examiner (later renamed the Federal Bureau of Investigation).

1910-05-12

Phil A's Chief Bender no-hits Cleveland Indians, 4-0

1912-10-06

Pirates Owen "Chief" Wilson hits record 36th triple of season

1914-09-14

German staff-of-chief Helmut von Moltke replaced by Erich von Falkenhayn

1914-11-01

Connie Mack asks waivers on Jack Coombs, Eddie Plank & Chief Colby

1915-12-03

General Joseph Joffre becomes Commander-in-Chief of the French Armies

1916-04-22

Chief of Staff of the Irish Volunteers Eóin MacNeill issues the Countermanding order in Dublin to try to stop what would become the Easter Rising

1916-08-29

General Paul Von Hindenburg replaces Von Falkenhayn as German chief of staff

1916-12-13

French chief of staff Joffre replaced by Nivelle

1918-12-04

Pres Wilson sails for Versailles Peace Conference in France, 1st chief executive to travel outside US while in office

1920-07-16

Gen Amos Fries appointed 1st US army chemical warfare chief

1922-05-30

Completed Lincoln Memorial dedicated by US Chief Justice William H. Taft in front of 50,000

1922-08-01

Hendrikus Colijn becomes political editor-in-chief of The Standard

1922-12-01

Polish state chief marshal Jozef Pilsudski resigns

1926-01-22

Belgian chief of staff Gen Maglinse quits

1930-02-03

William Howard Taft, resigns as chief justice for health reasons

1930-03-11

Pres & Chief Justice William Taft buried in Arlington

1934-08-02

Adolf Hitler becomes commander-in-chief of German armed forces

1939-09-01

Gen George Marshall sworn in as the United States Army Chief of Staff

1941-01-01

Russian general Zhukov appointed chief of general staff

1942-01-08

British Air Marshal Richard Peirse replaced as Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Bomber Command

1943-03-22

SS police chief Rauter threatens to kill half Jewish children

1944-10-31

Chief of staff Kruls names De Quay chairman of Universal Commission

1945-03-07

Attack on car of Netherlands SS Police Chief Hans Rauter by Dutch resistance, Rauter injured

1945-07-10

Adm Marc Mitscher named chief of US Navy staff

1948-02-07

Omar Bradley succeeds Dwight Eisenhower as Army Chief of Staff

1949-01-12

Dutch court affirms death sentence against SS chief Hanns Rauter

1949-03-25

SS police chief Rauter request for a pardon, denied

1950-07-08

Gen Douglas MacArthur named commander-in-chief, UN forces in Korea

1953-07-27

Dizzy Dean, Al Simmons Chief Bender, Bobby Wallace, Harry Wright, Ed Barrow, & Bill Klem & Tom Connolly are inducted into Hall of Fame

1953-08-13

US General Omar Bradley becomes US chief of staff

1953-09-30

Earl Warren appointed Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court

1953-10-05

Earl Warren sworn in as 14th chief justice of US

1956-06-06

David Marshall, Singapore's first Chief Minister, resigns.

1962-01-01

Western Samoa gains independence from New Zealand Susuga Malietoa Tanumafili II becomes co-chief of Western Samoa

1963-04-05

Susuga Malietoa Tanumafili II becomes chief of Western Samoa

1964-10-08

Gilroy Roberts becomes first US chief engraver to retire (than die)

1964-11-01

KC Chief Len Dawson passes for 6 touchdowns vs Denver (49-39)

1966-07-29

Nigerians chief of staff Jakubu Gowon makes coup

1968-02-01

Famous photo: Saigon police chief Nguyen Ngoc Loan executes a Viet Cong officer with a pistol shot to head

1968-06-21

Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren resigns

1969-06-09

Warren Burger confirmed as US Chief Justice

1969-06-23

Warren E Burger sworn in as US Supreme Court Chief Justice

1970-07-09

In Atlanta, Chief-No-ka-homa is joined by cousin Chief Round-the-Horn

1970-09-23

Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) Arthur Young announces his resignation

1970-11-23

Arthur Young resigns as Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC)

1972-02-01

British Prime Minister Edward Heath announces the appointment of Lord Chief Justice Lord Widgery to undertake an inquiry into the 13 deaths on 'Bloody Sunday' (30 January 1972)

1976-12-16

Andrew Young named Ambassador & Chief US Delegate to UN

1977-06-21

Former White House chief of staff HR Haldeman enters prison

1978-12-20

H R Haldeman, Nixon's White House chief of staff released from jail

1982-03-12

PLO chief Yassar Arafat appears on "Nightline"

1982-07-30

Atlanta Braves remove Chief Noc-A-Homa to make room for more seats

1982-11-12

USSR KGB-chief Yuri V Andropov succeeds Leonid Brezhnev as USSR leader

1983-01-19

Klaus Barbie, SS chief of Lyon in Nazi-France, arrested in Bolivia

1984-03-16

Gunmen kidnap William Buckley, CIA station chief in Beirut

1984-06-19

1st live TV appearance by Chief Justice Warren Burger (Nightline)

1984-11-10

Horse Racing Breeders' Cup Champs: Chief's Crown, Eillo, Lashkari, Outstandingly, Princess Rooney, Royal Heroine, Wild Again at Hollywood

1985-12-02

Philipine Chief staff Gen Fabian speaks of B Aquino's murder

1986-04-13

Pope John Paul II met Rome's Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff at Rome synagogue

1986-05-17

112th Preakness: Alex Solis aboard Snow Chief wins in 1:54.8

1986-06-17

Chief Justice Warren Earl Burger resigns Antonin Scalia nominated

1986-09-17

US Senate confirms William Rehnquist as 16th chief justice

1986-09-26

William Hubbs Rehnquist, sworn in as Chief Justice of Supreme Court

1987-02-27

Donald Regan resigned as White House chief of staff

1988-09-26

Polish communist party picks propaganda chief Rakowski as new PM

1990-11-08

Saddam fires his army chief & threatens to destroy Arabian peninsula

1991-12-03

White House Chief of Staff John Sununu resigns

1992-06-27

Daryl Gates retires as LA police chief

1992-11-30

Intercity-train derailed at Village chief, 5 die

1993-06-30

Richard Jacobs announces Chief Wahoo will go to Jacobs Field

1994-01-03

35-foot-tall Chief Wahoo, trademark of Indians on top of Stadium since 1962, is taken down, to be moved to Jacob's Field

1994-03-07

ANC chief Nelson Mandela rejects demand by white right-wingers for separate homeland in South Africa

1994-10-10

MPAA chief Jack Valenti holds meeting to determine new movie ratings

1997-05-02

Republic of Texas security chief Robert Scheidt surrenders

1997-06-10

Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot orders the killing of his defense chief Son Sen and 11 of Sen's family members before Pol Pot flees his northern stronghold.

1997-11-08

Horse Racing Breeders' Cup Champs: Countess Diana, Elmhurst, Ajina, Spinning World, Favorite Trick, Chief Bearhart, Skip Away

2000-01-13

Microsoft chairman Bill Gates steps aside as chief executive and promotes company president Steve Ballmer to the position

2001-08-01

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has a Ten Commandments monument installed in the judiciary building, leading to a lawsuit to have it removed and his own removal from office.

2002-07-22

Israel assassinates Salah Shahade, the Commander-in-Chief of Hamas's military arm, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, along with 14 civilians.

2002-10-31

A federal grand jury in Houston, Texas formally indicted former Enron Corp. chief financial officer Andrew Fastow on 78 counts of wire fraud, money laundering, conspiracy and obstruction of justice related to the collapse of his ex-employer.

2003-08-22

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is suspended after refusing to comply with a federal court order to remove a rock inscribed with the Ten Commandments from the lobby of the Alabama Supreme Court building.

2005-03-12

Tung Chee Hwa, the first Chief Executive of Hong Kong, steps down from his post after his resignation is approved by the Chinese central government.

2005-10-28

Plame affair: Lewis Libby, Vice-president Dick Cheney's chief of staff, is indicted in the Valerie Plame case. Libby resigns later that day.

2007-01-15

Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti, former Iraqi intelligence chief and half-brother of Saddam Hussein, and Awad Hamed al-Bandar, former chief judge of the Revolutionary Court, are executed by hanging in Iraq.

2007-05-12

2007 Karachi riots, which killed over 50 people in Karachi and above 100 injured, on the arrival of Chief Justice of Pakistan; Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry in Karachi city.

2007-09-18

Pervez Musharraf announces that he will step down as army chief and restore civilian rule to Pakistan, but only after he is re-elected president.

2007-11-03

Pervez Musharraf declared emergency rule across Pakistan. He suspended the Constitution, imposed State of Emergency, and fired the chief justice of the Supreme Court.

2010-03-24

Lee Kun-hee returns to Samsung Electronics chief executive officer (CEO) position after his resignation in April 21, 2008

2016-02-11

North Korea army chief Ri Yong-gil said to be executed

2016-02-17

Apple Chief Calls Court Order to Unlock iPhone 'Unprecedented Step'

2016-03-01

NATO chief says concerned about Russian military build-up in Syria

2016-07-22

Fox News chief Ailes resigns after sexual harassment claims

2016-09-01

Apple chief Tim Cook says tax ruling 'maddening'

2016-10-29

Politics|FBI Chief James Comey Is in Political Crossfire Again Over Emails

2016-12-02

Starbucks Chief Howard Schultz to Step Down Next Year

2017-01-12

Chief US spy James Clapper denies Trump leak claim

2017-05-18

Ex-FBI chief Mueller named special prosecutor for Trump-Russia probe

2017-07-29

Trump replaces chief of staff Priebus with retired General Kelly

2017-08-18

North Korea tells UN chief nuclear program not up for negotiation

2018-01-30

Indians removing Chief Wahoo logo from uniforms in 2019

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Chief - Notable Birthdays

John JayDec 12, 1745

John MarshallSep 24, 1755

Robert E. LeeJan 19, 1807

Crazy HorseDec 4, 1840

William Howard TaftSep 15, 1857

Earl WarrenMar 19, 1891

Hank AzariaApr 25, 1964

Chief - Birthdays
Date Event
1533-06-24

Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester/English commander-in-chief in Neth

1614-04-25

Hieronymus van Beverningk, chief Dutch treasurer/maecenas

1620-01-31

Georg F von Waldeck, German commander-in-chief

1651-03-04

John Baron Somers, (Whig), William III's chief minister (1696-1700)

1690-04-22

John Carteret, Earl Granville (C), English chief minister (1722-42)

1718-04-26

Esek Hopkins, US, 1st commander-in-chief (US Navy)

1722-11-19

Benjamin Chew, Chief Justice of colonial Pennsylvania (d. 1810)

1732-03-01

William Cushing, 2nd Chief Justice of the United States. (d. 1810)

1735-06-10

John Morgan, American physician-in-chief of Continental Army

1739-09-17

John Rutledge, 2nd (appointed) Chief Justice of the United States (d. 1800)

1745-04-29

Oliver Ellsworth, 3rd Chief Justice Supreme Court (1796-1800)

1745-12-12

John Jay, New York, NY, American statesman, 1st US Chief Justice

1755-09-24

John Marshall, Germantown Virginia, 4th Supreme Court Chief Justice (1801-35)

1763-07-22

James Geddes, Carlisle Pennsylvania, American Engineer and chief engineer in the construction of the Erie Canal

1776-02-23

John Walter II, London, chief proprietor (The Times, 1812-47)

1777-03-17

Roger Brooke Taney, Calvert Md, 5th Chief Justice (Dred Scott dec)

1790-10-03

John Ross, Chief of the Cherokee Nation (d. 1866)

1807-01-19

Robert E. Lee, Stratford Virginia, American Confederate General in Chief during US Civil War, (d. 1870)

1808-01-13

Salmon P Chase, (Sen-R) cabinet member, 6th chief justice (1864-73)

1818-02-23

Jeremy F Gilmer, Maj Gen/Chief Engineer Confederate War Dept

1820-05-23

Lorenzo Sawyer, 9th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California (d. 1891)

1833-02-11

Melville Weston Fuller, 8th chief justice

1840-12-04

Crazy Horse [Tashunka Witko], Fort Robinson Nebraska, Oglala Sioux chief (Battle of the Little Bighorn)

1842-09-29

Louis J. Weichmann, chief witness in the trial of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln (d. 1902)

1845-11-03

Edward Douglass White, 9th Chief Justice of the United States (d. 1921)

1848-05-23

Helmuth J L von Moltke, German general/chief of staff (WW I)

1852-09-10

Alice Brown Davis, Seminole chief (d. 1935)

1856-09-02

Yang Hsiu-ch'ing, commander in chief of Taiping Rebellion

1857-01-31

George Jackson Churchward, Great Western Railway Chief mechanical engineer. (d. 1933)

1857-09-15

William Howard Taft, Cin, (R) 27th pres (1909-13), chief justice

1857-11-03

Michail V Alekseyev, Imperial Russian general and WW I Chief of Staff (d. 1918)

1860-08-15

Florence Kling Harding, Redskins Pay Tribute to Big Chief Harding

1862-01-07

Chief Weatherstrain, Daniel Boone

1862-04-11

Charles Evans Hughs, 11th Chief Justice of Supreme Court (1930-41)

1865-11-02

Warren G. Harding, Redskins Pay Tribute to Big Chief Harding

1866-08-06

Chief Thundercloud, [Scott T Williams], MT, actor (Lone Ranger)

1866-08-06

Chief Thunderbird, Annie Oakley

1872-01-27

Learned Hand, Albany NY, Chief judge (US Court of Appeals)

1872-05-02

G G van der Hoeven, Dutch editor-in-chief (NRC)

1872-06-01

Dick Lee, The New Fire Chief

1872-10-11

Harlan Fiske Stone, NH, Supreme Court (1925-41) Chief Justice (41-46)

1874-04-11

Chief Many Treaties, The Law Rides Again

1875-05-06

William Daniel Leahy, Iowa, 5 star admiral/chief of staff (1949)

1876-10-11

Chief Caupolican, Whoopee!

1877-06-02

Chief John Big Tree, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

1878-11-23

Ernest J King, US fleet admiral/Chief of Naval Operations (WW II)

1879-06-22

Thibaudeau Rinfret, jurist and Chief Justice of Canada (d. 1962)

1880-07-29

Chief Meyers, The Glory of Their Times

1882-04-15

Giovanni Amendola, Italian antifascist/editor-in-chief (Il Mondo)

1884-02-10

Frederick Hawksworth, GWR Chief mechanical engineer. (d. 1976)

1884-05-05

Big Chief Bender, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1889-04-23

Charles Warrell, big Chief I-Spy writer/teacher

1890-01-04

Alfred G Jodl, German Wehrmacht general/chief of staff

1890-01-22

Fred M Vinson, Ky, 13th Chief Justice of US Supreme Court (1946-53)

1890-12-01

Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance, The Silent Enemy

1890-9-30

Ellen Burford, The Chief Cook

1891-03-19

Earl Warren, Los Angeles California, Governor of California/14th supreme court chief justice (1953-69)

1891-05-15

Chief Nipo T Strongheart, Yakima WA, US Native American actor (Pony Soldier)

1891-05-25

Robert W P Peereboom, Dutch editor in chief (Haarlem Newspaper)

1893-10-28

Otto E Huiswoud, [Frank Billings], editor-in-chief (Negro Worker)

1895-02-04

Hanns [Johann] Rauter, German SS-lt-general/SS police chief in Neth

1896-08-22

Laurence McKinley Gould, Lacota Michigan, American Geologist and Polar Explorer who was chief scientist and second-in-command on the first expedition to the interior of Antarctica in 1929

1897-10-28

Hans Speidel, nazi chief-staff/NATO-supreme commander

1899-03-18

Lavrenti Beria, chief of Soviet secret police under Stalin

1899-06-24

Chief Dan George, actor (Harry & Tonto, Little Big Man. Smith!)

1899-07-24

Chief Dan George, actor (Little Big Man)

1899-12-29

Nie Rongzhen, People's Liberation Army Chief of General Staff (d. 1992)

1901-08-26

Gen Maxwell D Taylor, former US Army chief of staff

1901-10-05

Willy Lages, German chief of Sicherheitsdienst in Amsterdam

1902-05-06

Walter Dawson, British Air Chief marshall

1902-08-01

Hendrik J Kruls, Neth, general/chief military authority (1944-46)

1903-09-29

Ted Decorsia, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Police Chief Hegedorn-Steve Canyon)

1904-02-20

Herbert Brownell Jr., Eisenhower: Supreme Commander in Chief

1904-03-04

Chief Tahachee, American-born Old Settler Cherokee Indian stage and film actor (d. 1978)

1904-03-04

Chief Tahachee,

1905-03-05

Gilroy Roberts, US chief engraver (1948-64)

1905-11-14

L H Ruitenberg, vicar/editor in chief (Reformed of Netherlands)

1906-02-11

Denis Barnett, British air chief marshal

1906-03-07

Chief Eugene Standingbear, Seige

1906-04-17

M Rooi, editor-in-chief (New Rotterdam Daily)

1906-11-07

Jan Vercammen, Flemish author/chief inspector LO (Primary Education)

1907-05-17

Charles Cawley, British chief scientist/minister of power

1907-09-14

A Cecil Snyder, Chief Justice of Puerto Rico

1907-09-17

Warren E Burger, Minn, Supreme Court chief justice (1969-86)

1908-07-02

Thurgood Marshall, Super Chief: The Life and Legacy of Earl Warren

1908-08-14

Lady Jean Swaythling, chief controller (ATS)

1909-08-26

Frank Gasparro, Phila Pa, US chief engraver (1965-81)

1909-09-15

C.N.Annadurai, Former Chief Minister of Tamilnadu

1909-09-17

Kenneth Darling, Commander-in-chief Allied Forces, Northern Europe

1910-04-23

Leonard S. Picker, Apache Chief

1910-05-10

Margot Turner, matron-in-chief (Army Nursing Service)

1910-06-26

Charles Spry, Australian security chief

1911-11-14

Chief Thundersky, Indian Territory

1912-09-17

Pauline Parsons, matron in chief (PMRAFNS)

1913-01-20

Guy Teague, Battles of Chief Pontiac

1913-04-17

Chief Bey, Blue in the Face

1913-09-13

Roy Engle, Mo, actor (Police Chief-My Favorite Martian)

1913-10-22

Bo Dai, Huế, last Emperor of Vietnam (1926-45) and Chief of State of South Vietnam (1949-55)

1913-10-25

Klaus Barbie, gestapo chief (Lyon)

1914-02-22

Ivan Bell, A Gift from the Chief

1914-06-15

Yuri Andropov, Russian KGB chief/1st secretary

1916-02-14

Edward Platt, Staten Island NY, actor (Chief-Get Smart)

1917-03-18

Chief Sky Eagle, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

1917-11-05

Banarsi Das Gupta, Indian former Chief Minister of Haryana (d. 2007)

1918-04-26

Stafford Repp, California, actor (Chief O'Hara-Batman, Plunder Road)

1918-08-13

Denis Smallwood, British air chief marshal

1919-01-31

Robert Lowry, Baron Lowry. Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland and a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary.

1920-01-15

John Junor, British editor in chief (Sunday Express)

1920-07-15

Ruthven Wade, British Air Chief marshal

1921-05-29

George Terry, chief constable (Sussex England)

1922-01-05

Admiral Sir Anthony Synnot, Chief of the Australian Defence Force (d. 2001)

1922-02-18

Helen Gurley Brown, Portland Maine, US author/publisher and editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, (d. 2012)

1922-04-12

John Peters, Chief Crazy Horse

1922-05-28

John Alderson, chief constable (Devon & Cornwall UK)

1922-07-23

Moses Rosen, chief Rabbi of Romania

1922-09-28

Phyllis Friend, chief nursing officer (DHSS)

1923-05-11

Joan Moriarty, Brigadier matron-in-chief/dir (Army Nursing Services)

1923-9-23

Wallace Westfeldt, President F.W. de Klerk, Nelson Mandela and Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi

1924-04-07

Edwin Morrisby, The Boy Chief of Tonga

1924-04-17

Althea T L Simmons, human rights activist/chief lobbyist (NAACP)

1924-10-01

William Rehnquist, Ws, Supreme Court (1972-86)/chief justice (1987- )

1925-01-02

William J Crowe Jr, Kentucky, chairman joint chief of staff

1925-03-26

Lord Graham of Edmonton, House of Lords (chief opposition whip)

1925-05-24

Francois J [Frank] le Roux, chief whip (South Afr Conserv Party)

1925-08-10

Lawrence Byford, HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary

1925-09-29

John Balcombe, Lord Chief Justice of Appeal

1925-11-15

Howard Baker, (Sen-R-Tenn), presidential chief of staff

1926-03-30

Lord Rayner [Derek Rayner], Norwich, Norfolk, English businessman and chief executive (Marks & Spencer)

1926-05-04

Milton "Milt" Thompson, US NASA-test pilot/chief-engineer (X-15)

1926-05-09

Joshua Hassan, chief minister (Gibralter)

1926-09-17

Donald Acheson, England's chief medical officer

1926-10-27

H R Haldeman, former White House Chief of Staff (Watergate figure)

1928-03-18

William R Boggs, Georgia, Brig Gen/chief of engineers under Bragg

1928-08-11

Richard Barratt, former Chief Inspector of Constabulary

1928-10-02

Anthony Tippett, British chief of Fleet Support

1928-10-04

Chief Jay Strongbow, Micki + Maude

1928-11-28

Edward LeBone Molotlegi, chief of the Bafokeng

1929-08-13

Michael Beavis, deputy cmdr-in-chief (Allied Forces Central Europe)

1930-02-15

C F Payne, Cleveland, British chief constable

1930-07-15

Charles Kelly, chief constable (Staffordshire England)

1930-08-27

John Watts, chief of defense (Omani Armed Forces)

1930-09-27

Roger Birch, Chief Constable (Sussex)

1931-01-30

Jack Bowman, Chief Constable (Tayside)

1931-02-27

Andrew Sloan, Chief Constable (Strathcourt)

1931-05-13

William Utting, chief inspector (British Social Services)

1931-05-27

John Chapple, British chief of General Staff

1931-08-23

Richard Vincent, British chief of Defense

1932-05-24

James Anderton, Chief constable (Manchester England)

1932-11-23

Michael Knight, air chief marshall/British leader (NATO)

1933-01-27

Rita Hennessy, matron-in-chief (QARANC)

1933-03-27

Frank Taylor, Chief Constable (Durham)

1933-07-08

Antonio Lamer, French Canadian lawyer and chief justice

1934-02-03

Suzan Ball, Chief Crazy Horse

1934-04-11

Dame Anne Poole, chief nursing officer (Dept of Health)

1934-08-22

Margaret Douglas, chief political adviser (BBC)

1934-10-19

Jakubu Gowon, army staff chief/president of Nigeria (1966-75)

1936-05-08

Neville Purvis, British vice admiral (Chief of Fleet Support)

1936-05-10

Anthony Mullens, British Lt-Gen (Deputy chief of defense)

1936-05-27

Benjamin Bathurst, vice chief of British Defense Staff

1936-06-05

Barry Wilson, deputy chief (British Defense Staff)

1936-08-12

John Poindexter, US Chief of Staff

1938-03-31

Sheila Dikshit, Chief Minister of Delhi

1938-04-16

Michael Hirst, chief constable (Leicestershire England)

1938-05-02

Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho (d. 1996)

1939-07-15

Ronald Hadfield, chief constable (West Midlands England)

1939-11-06

Leonard Mountain Chief, The Patriot

1940-08-10

Richard Wells, Chief Constable (South Yorkshire)

1940-11-01

Ramesh Chandra Lahoti, Chief Justice of India

1941-02-15

Dan Crompton, Nottinghamshire, Chief Constable

1942-02-14

Margaret Wright, chief commissioner (Guide Association)

1942-02-20

David O'Dowd, Chief Constable (Northamptonshire)

1942-03-30

George Esson, Chief Constable (Dumfries & Galloway)

1942-05-18

Keith Hellawell, Chief Constable (West Yorkshire)

1942-06-28

Martin Thembisile Hani, Cofimvaba, Transkei, Chief of Staff of Umkhonto we Sizwe, military arm of the ANC

1942-07-14

Javier Solana, Spanish European Union foreign policy chief

1943-04-08

William Garth Morrison, Chief scout

1943-08-17

Koos Postema, editor-in-chief (Vrije Volk)/Dutch TV host

1943-09-07

Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada

1943-12-07

Bernard C. Parks, Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department

1943-12-08

Michael Unger, English editor-in-chief (Evening News, Manchester)

1944-10-07

Donald Tsang, current Chief executive of Hong Kong

1945-12-28

Max Hastings, British editor-in-chief (Daily Telegraph)

1946-02-24

Anthony Mayer, chief executive (Housing Corporation)

1947-07-26

Pauline Clare, Chief Constable (Lancashire)

1948-02-20

John Browne, group chief executive, British Petroleum Company

1948-04-13

Nam Hae-il, Chief of Naval Operations of Republic of Korea Navy

1948-08-24

Kim Sung-Il, Chief of Staff of Republic of Korea Air Force

1948-12-11

Sonja Oppenhagen, Flaming Fire Chief

1949-03-05

Franz Josef Jung, Commander-in-chief of the German Bundeswehr

1949-11-01

Michael D. Griffin, NASA chief administrator

1950-08-22

I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, White House Chief of Staff

1951-03-26

Richard B Shull, US actor (Hail to the Chief, Big Bus)

1954-11-23

Ferry Hoogendijk, Dutch editor in chief (Elsevier Magazine)

1955-01-27

John G. Roberts, 17th Chief Justice of the United States

1956-11-01

Charles Moore, British editor-in-chief (Sunday Telegraph)

1957-03-04

Pius Njawe, Chief!

1964-04-25

Hank Azaria, New York City, American actor (The Birdcage) and voice behind many characters in The Simpsons (Moe, Apu, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Carl Carlson)

1967-01-05

Ricky Paull Goldin, SF, actor (Doug-Hail to the Chief, Another World)

1968-12-01

Kim Evey, Chief Itchy Balls

1975-03-08

Heather Philipsen, Commander in Chief

1977-01-19

Taliesin Jaffe, Venice California, actor (Willy-Hail to the Chief)

1977-04-23

Eli Newell, Chief's Origin

1985-01-01

Ashley Gorrell, Mail to the Chief

Chief - Notable Weddings

John JayApr 28, 1774

John MarshallJan 3, 1783

Herman MelvilleAug 4, 1847

Chief - Weddings
Date Event
1614-04-05

American Indian princess Pocahontas, daughter of chief Powhatan marries English colonist John Rolfe

1774-04-28

Chief justice John Jay (28) weds Sarah Van Brugh Livingston (17)

1783-01-03

US Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Marshall (27) weds Mary Willis Ambler in Hanover County, Virginia

1847-08-04

Author of Moby Dick, American novelist Herman Melville (28) marries Elizabeth Shaw, daughter of Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

1995-02-06

"The Beach Boys" leader and chief songwriter Brian Wilson (52) weds former model Melinda Ledbetter (47) at Palos Verdes in Peninsula, California

2005-08-20

"24" actress Sarah Wynter (32) weds "Details" magazine editor-in-chief Dan Peres in Sydney, Australia

2006-04-08

"All of Us" TV actress LisaRaye McCoy (38) weds Chief Minister of the Turks and Caicos Michael Misick (40) in an $1.5 million beachside wedding in Caribbean

2012-12-31

"Playboy Enterprises" Chief Creative Officer Hugh Hefner (86) weds glamour model Crystal Harris (26) at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles

Chief - Notable Deaths

Thomas CromwellJul 28, 1540

TecumsehOct 5, 1813

John JayMay 17, 1829

John MarshallJul 6, 1835

Crazy HorseSep 5, 1877

Sitting BullDec 15, 1890

GeronimoFeb 17, 1909

William Howard TaftMar 8, 1930

Chief - Deaths
Date Event
624-03-13

Abu Sufjan becomes Quraish chief and leader of Mecca after loss at Battle of Badr against Muslim forces

1381-06-15

John Cavendish, Lord Chief Justice of England

1540-07-28

Thomas Cromwell, King Henry VIII's chief minister, executed

1580-11-09

Gaspar Schetz, South Neth, minster of chief treasurer, dies at 67

1605-04-23

Boris Godunov, chief adviser to Tsar Fyodor I and Tsar of Russia (1598-1605), dies after a lengthy illness and a stroke at approximately 20

1626-09-30

Nurhaci, Manchurian chief (b. 1559)

1634-09-03

Edward Coke, English Chief Justice/politician, dies

1661-03-09

Jules "Cardinal" Mazarin, chief minister of France, dies at 58

1676-12-25

Matthew Hale, Lord Chief Justice of England (b. 1609)

1692-11-19

Georg F von Waldeck, German commander-in-chief (Colors), dies

1754-10-04

Tanacharison, Catawba Indian chief

1769-04-20

Pontiac, indian chief to Ottawa, murdered

1777-11-10

Cornstalk, Shawnee chief

1785-06-25

Pieter Kintsius, VOC-supercarga/chief on Macau, dies at 53

1803-07-23

Arthur Wolfe, 1st viscount Kilwarden/Chief Justice of Ireld, murdered

1810-01-20

Benjamin Chew, Chief Justice of colonial Pennsylvania (b. 1722)

1813-10-05

Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief (Battle of Thames), dies in battle at 45

1829-05-17

John Jay, first Chief Justice of the United States (b. 1745)

1835-07-06

John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States, dies of 79

1838-01-30

Osceola, chief of Seminole indians, dies in jail

1838-10-03

Black Hawk (chief), Leader of the Sauk Native American tribe (b. 1767)

1840-08-27

William Kneass, 3rd US chief engraver (1824-40), dies in office

1844-07-23

Christian Gobrecht, 4th US chief engraver (1840-44), dies in office

1863-07-03

Little Crow, [Ta-oya-te-duta], Santee Sioux indian chief, dies

1864-05-16

Lean Bear, Cheyenne chief, murdered

1864-10-12

Roger Taney, 5th Supreme Court Chief Justice (1836-64), dies at 87

1866-06-07

Chief Seattle, Native American leader

1866-08-01

John Ross (aka. Kooweskoowe), Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation (b. 1790)

1871-06-08

Satank, Kiowa indian chief, shot to death

1872-11-23

Ten Bears (Parra-Wa-Samen), US poet/Comanche chief, dies

1873-11-03

Kintpuash, "Captain Jack", chief of Modoc-indians, dies

1876-09-09

American Horse, Sioux chief, dies in battle

1877-06-06

Prairie Flower, daughter of Ponca & chief Standing Bear, dies

1877-09-05

Crazy Horse [Tashunka Witko], last great Sioux war chief, dies at 37

1879-08-31

William Barber, 6th US chief engraver (1844-79), dies

1879-10-31

Big Snake, brother of Ponca chief Standing Bear, dies

1880-10-14

Victorio, Apache chief/murderer, killed by Mexican army

1890-12-15

Sitting Bull, Hunkpapa-Sioux chief (Little Big Horn), killed by US Police aged 58 or 59

1890-12-29

Big Foot, Sioux Indian chief, dies at Wounded Knee

1891-09-07

Lorenzo Sawyer, 9th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California (b. 1820)

1895-12-05

Chief Gall, Sioux chief (b. 1840)

1902-06-05

Louis J. Weichmann, chief witness in the trial of the assassins of Abraham Lincoln (b. 1842)

1904-03-05

Alfred von Waldersee, Prussian field marshal/chief-staff, dies at 71

1904-09-21

Chief Joseph, US indian chief (Nez Perces), dies

1909-02-17

Geronimo [one who yawns], Apache chief, dies at 79

1909-12-10

Red Cloud, Sioux indian chief, dies

1910-07-04

Melville Weston Fuller, 8th Chief Justice of the United States (b. 1833)

1911-04-14

Henri Elzéar Taschereau, French Canadian jurist and Chief Justice of Canada (b. 1836)

1916-06-18

Helmuth J L von Moltke, German chief general of staff, dies at 67

1917-02-18

Charles E Barber, US chief engraver (1879-1917), dies

1922-07-07

Cathal Brugha, Chief of Staff of Irish Republican Army (b.1874)

1923-08-02

Warren G. Harding, Redskins Pay Tribute to Big Chief Harding

1924-11-21

Florence Kling Harding, Redskins Pay Tribute to Big Chief Harding

1926-04-06

Giovanni Amendola, antifascist/editor-in-chief (Il Mondo), dies at 43

1927-05-05

Charles Boissevain, editor in chief (General Trade 1885-1908), dies

1930-03-08

William Howard Taft, 27th US pres (1909-13)/Chief Justice, dies at 72

1931-07-24

Dick Lee, The New Fire Chief

1931-10-24

Murray Bisset, cricketer (S Afr)/Chief Justice of Rhodesia, dies

1932-03-20

Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance, The Silent Enemy

1933-12-19

George Jackson Churchward, GWR Chief mechanical engineer. (b. 1857)

1942-01-05

Yves Paringaux, French chief of staff, murdered

1943-08-18

Hans Jeschonnek, German air force general/chief-staff, commits suicide

1943-09-01

Charles Atangana, Cameroonian chief (b. 1880)

1943-10-09

Gerard W Kerncamp, historian/editor-in-chief (Green Amsterdam), dies

1944-07-20

Brandt, col/German staff chief, dies in bombing

1944-07-20

Ludwig Beck, gen/chief Germany general staff (July 20th plot), dies

1945-06-22

Isamu Tsjo, Japanese chief-staff 32nd Army, commits harakiri

1946-04-06

Chief Thunderbird, Annie Oakley

1946-04-22

Harlan Fiske Stone, Chief Justice Supreme Court (1941-46), dies at 73

1946-10-16

Alfred G Jodl, Col-Gen/German staff chief weather authority, hanged

1947-05-14

John Ray Sinnock, US chief engraver (1925-47), dies at 59

1948-02-29

Chief Many Treaties, The Law Rides Again

1952-03-21

Wilhelm Albrecht, German SD-chief, executed

1952-04-05

Charles Collett, GWR chief mechanical engineer (b. 1871)

1954-05-22

Big Chief Bender, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1955-08-05

Suzan Ball, Chief Crazy Horse

1955-12-01

Chief Thundercloud, King of the Stallions

1956-06-25

Ernest J King, US fleet admiral/Chief of Naval Operations, dies at 77

1958-12-13

Rafiq Aref, Iraqi chief-staff Arabs Statenbond, executed

1959-06-29

A Cecil Snyder, Chief Justice of Puerto Rico, dies at 51

1959-07-25

Isaac Halevi Herzog, chief rabbi of Israel (1936-59), dies at 71

1960-03-02

Stanisław Taczak, Polish general, commander-in-chief of the Greater Poland Uprising (b. 1874)

1960-04-19

Ellen Burford, The Chief Cook

1961-08-09

Walter Bedell Smith, US general/WW II chief of staff, dies at 75

1961-08-18

Learned Hand, Chief judge of US court of Appeals, dies at 89

1962-07-25

Thibaudeau Rinfret, Canadian jurist and Chief Justice (b. 1879)

1966-05-13

Henk [Hendrik M] of Randwijk, poet/editor in chief (illegal), dies

1966-12-31

Chief Nipo Strongheart, Native American actor (Pony Soldier), dies at 75

1967-01-31

Chief Thundercloud, actor (Ambush, Colt 45, Typhoon), dies at 100

1969-02-14

Vito Genovese, US mafia chief, dies at 71

1969-03-09

Riad, chief of staff (Egyptian army), dies

1970-07-26

Robert Taschereau, French Canadian lawyer and Chief Justice of Canada (b. 1896)

1971-12-18

Aleksandr T Tvardovski, Russ editor in chief (Novyj Mir), dies at 61

1972-04-04

John A H J S Bruins Slot, co-founder/editor in chief (illegal), dies

1973-04-11

Ted Decorsia, actor (Police Chief Hegedorn-Steve Canyon), dies at 69

1974-03-19

Edward Platt, actor (Chief-Get Smart), dies at 58

1974-07-14

Carl Spaatz, American World War II general and 1st Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, dies at 83

1974-09-04

Creighton W Abrams, US general/army staff chief (Vietnam), dies at 59

1974-11-05

Stafford Repp, actor (Chief O'Hara-Batman), dies at 56

1975-10-02

Kumaraswami Kamaraj, Indian political leader, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu (b. 1903)

1975-12-13

Hendrik Kruls, Dutch gen/chief milt authority (1944-46), dies at 73

1975-12-23

Richard S Welch, CIA station chief in Athens, shot dead

1976-07-13

Frederick Hawksworth, GWR Chief mechanical engineer. (b. 1884)

1977-04-04

Ivan Bell, A Gift from the Chief

1978-06-09

Chief Tahachee,

1980-07-11

Chief Eugene Standingbear, Seige

1980-12-29

Roy Engle, actor (Police Chief-My Favorite Martian), dies at 67

1981-06-09

Russell Hayden, actor (Hidden Gold, Apache Chief, Justice), dies

1981-09-23

Chief Dan George, actor (Harry & Tonto, Little Big Man), dies at 82

1981-10-15

Frank DeKova, actor (Chief Wild Eagle-F Troop), dies

1984-04-04

Chief White Eagle, The Last Ghost Dance

1985-09-13

John Peters, Chief Crazy Horse

1985-12-16

Paul Castellano, Organized-crime chief, shot dead at a NYC restaurant

1986-01-07

M Rooi, editor-in-chief (New Rotterdam Daily), dies at 79

1987-12-24

M. G. Ramachandran, Chief Minister of the Tamil Nadu (b. 1917)

1989-12-01

Chief Thundersky, Indian Territory

1990-07-20

Herbert Jenkins, Atlanta's longest serving police chief (b. 1907)

1991-04-01

Paulo Muwanga, chief of Uganda (1980), dies

1991-09-25

Klaus Barbie, Gestapo chief of Lyon, dies of cancer at 77

1992-02-10

Mau Kopuit, Dutch editor-in-chief (New Israeli Weekly Newspaper), dies

1992-03-04

C Meijer, Dutch editor in chief (Typhoon), dies

1992-12-08

William Shawn, US editor-in-chief (New Yorker, 1952-87), dies at 85

1992-12-29

LH Ruitenberg, vicar/editor in chief (Reform Netherlands), dies at 87

1993-01-24

Thurgood Marshall, Super Chief: The Life and Legacy of Earl Warren

1993-06-08

René Bousquet, French Vichy-police chief deports jews, dies at 84

1993-07-18

Vladimir Pavlovich Barmin, Chief designer of Soviet launch pads, dies

1993-07-26

Matthew B Ridgway, US Army Chief of Staff (1953-55), dies at 98

1993-08-06

Milton "Milt" Thompson, US NASA-test pilot/chief-engineer, dies at 67

1993-11-11

Harry R "Rob" Haldeman, White House chief of staff (Nixon), dies at 67

1994-04-10

Victor Afanasiev, Rus editor-in-chief of Pravda (1976-89), dies at 71

1994-05-06

Moses Rosen, Romania's chief rabbi, dies at 81

1994-07-26

Thomas Davis, US movie editor/son of MGM-chief Frank D, dies at 26

1994-12-03

Said Mekbel, Algerian editor in chief (Le Matin), murdered at 57

1994-12-18

Peter Hebblethwaite, English editor-in-chief (The Month), dies at 64

1995-03-25

Warren E Burger, chief justice of US (1969-86), dies

1995-06-21

Laurence McKinley Gould, American Geologist and Polar Explorer who was chief scientist and second-in-command on the first expedition to the interior of Antarctica in 1929, dies at 98

1995-11-17

Edward LeBone Molotlegi, chief of the Bafokeng, dies at 66

1995-11-26

Charles Warrell, big Chief I-Spy writer/teacher, dies at 106

1996-05-01

Herbert Brownell Jr., Eisenhower: Supreme Commander in Chief

1996-05-16

Mike Jeremy Boorda, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) commits suicide at 57

1997-07-24

William Brennan, Super Chief: The Life and Legacy of Earl Warren

1997-07-30

Bảo Đại, last Emperor of Vietnam (1926-45) and Chief of State of South Vietnam (1949-55), dies at 85

1999-03-29

Leonard Mountain Chief, The Patriot

2000-06-17

Ismail Mahomed, South African and Namibian Chief Justice (d. 1931)

2001-09-11

Peter J. Ganci, Jr., Chief of Department, FDNY (b. 1946)

2001-11-22

Edwin Morrisby, The Boy Chief of Tonga

2003-02-20

Mushaf Ali Mir, Pakistani Chief of the Air Staff (b. 1947)

2003-02-25

Tom O'Higgins, Irish Chief Justice (b. 1916)

2003-06-10

Donald Regan, Chief of Staff and U.S. Treasury Secretary (b. 1918)

2004-04-08

Chief Bey, Blue in the Face

2004-10-13

Enrique Fernando, Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court (b. 1915)

2005-05-15

Alan B. Gold, Quebec Chief Justice (b. 1917)

2005-06-24

Hakham Yedidia Shofet, Former chief rabbi of Iran (b. 1908)

2005-07-12

John King, Baron King of Wartnaby, Chief executive of British Airways since its privitisation (b. 1917)

2005-09-03

William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States (b. 1924)

2006-09-19

Hugh Kawharu, New Zealander Ngāti Whātua Māori chief (b. 1927)

2006-10-11

Howard Kerzner, Chief Executive Officer of Kerzner International (b. 1964)

2006-12-14

Anton Balasingham, chief political strategist of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (b. 1938)

2007-01-04

Sir Lewis Hodges, British Air Chief Marshal (b. 1918)

2007-01-15

Awad Hamed al-Bandar, former chief judge of the Iraqi Revolutionary Court (b. 1945) (executed)

2007-06-30

Sahib Singh Verma, Indian politician and former Chief Minister of Delhi (b. 1943)

2007-08-18

Michael Deaver, Reagan Administration Deputy White House Chief of Staff (b. 1938)

2008-05-20

Hamilton Jordan, former Carter White House Chief of Staff (b. 1944)

2009-01-18

Heather Philipsen, Commander in Chief

2009-07-22

Richard M. Givan Supreme court chief justice (b. 1921)

2009-09-02

Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, India (b. 1949)

2010-04-06

Wilma Mankiller, Native-American activist, chief of the Cherokee Nation (b. 1945)

2010-04-16

Rasim Delic, Bosnian military chief of staff and war criminal (b. 1949)

2010-05-26

Christopher Moran, British Air Chief Marshal (b. 1956)

2010-07-12

Pius Njawe, Chief!

2011-01-24

Chief Sky Eagle, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

2011-04-30

Dorjee Khandu, Indian, Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh (b. 1955)

2012-02-13

Mohamed Lamari, Chief of Staff of the Algerian Army, dies from a heart attack at 72

2012-04-03

Chief Jay Strongbow, Micki + Maude

2014-02-28

Rostislav Belyakov, Russian chief designer of the MiG fighter jet, dies at 94

2015-01-11

Wallace Westfeldt, President F.W. de Klerk, Nelson Mandela and Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi

2015-12-02

Harry Radliffe II Dies: CBS' First African-American Bureau Chief & '60 Minutes' Veteran Was 66

2015-12-02

Harry Radliffe II Dies: CBS' First African-American Bureau Chief & '60 Minutes' Veteran Was 66

2016-01-07

Former New York State Chief Justice Judith Kaye dies at 77

2016-04-04

Last surviving war chief Joe Medicine Crow dies aged 102

2016-07-13

Former TN Chief Justice Robert E. Cooper dies, aged 95

2016-07-28

Chief David Bald Eagle, prominent Native American leader and actor, dies aged 97

2016-11-01

Retired Chief Justice Abdul Majid Chief Justice Cockar dies aged 93


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