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Grover Cleveland

(US President)

18 March 1837 – 24 June 1908 (Aged 71)

Born in Caldwell, New Jersey. Died in Princeton, New Jersey.

Cleveland holds the unique position as the only United States President to have served two non-consecutive terms, making him the 22nd and 24th President.

In spite of losing the 1888 election to Benjamin Harrison, Cleveland won the popular vote, meaning he won the popular vote in three consecutive presidential elections.

Pat Garrett

(American Folk Hero)

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5 June 1850 – 29 February 1908 (Aged 57)

Born in Chambers County, Alabama. Died in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Garrett was a famous lawman in the old American West.

He became a renowned figure in Western folklore after tracking down, and killing, the notorious outlaw, Billy the Kid, in Fort Sumner, New Mexico.

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov


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18 March 1844 – 21 June 1908 (Aged 64)

Born in Tikhvin, Russia. Died in Luga, Russia.

Rimsky-Korsakov was a famous Russian composer, best known for his orchestral pieces, and being a member of a group of composers, known as ‘The Five’.

He also spent a part of his life as, both, an officer in the Imperial Russian Navy, and then, the civilian Inspector of Naval Bands.