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1988 in other calendars
Gregorian calendar 1988
MCMLXXXVIII

Ab urbe condita 2741
Armenian calendar 1437
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Bahá'í calendar 144 – 145
Buddhist calendar 2532
Coptic calendar 1704 – 1705
Ethiopian calendar 1980 – 1981
Hebrew calendar 5748 5749
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 - Shaka Samvat 1910 – 1911
 - Kali Yuga 5089 – 5090
Holocene calendar 11988
Iranian calendar 1366 – 1367
Islamic calendar 1408 – 1409
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63


(昭和 63年)

 - Imperial Year Kōki 2648
(皇紀2648年)
Julian calendar 2033
Korean calendar 4321
Thai solar calendar 2531
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1988 (MCMLXXXVIII) was a leap year that started on a Friday, in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. It is the 1988th year of the Common Era, or A.D.; the 988th year of the 2nd millennium; the 88th year of the 20th century; and the 9th year of the 1980s decade. In the 20th century, the year 1988 has the most Roman numeral digits (11).

Events[]

January[]

  • January 1
    • The Soviet Union begins its program of economic restructuring (perestroika) with legislation initiated by Premier Mikhail Gorbachev (though Gorbachev had begun minor restructuring in 1985).
    • The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is established, creating the largest Lutheran denomination in the United States.
  • January 13Taiwan President Chiang Ching-kuo dies in Taipei; Vice-President Lee Teng-hui becomes president.
  • January 15 – In Jerusalem, Israeli police and Palestinian protestors clash at the Dome of the Rock; several police and at least 70 Palestinians are injured.
  • January 25 – U.S. Vice President George H.W. Bush and CBS News anchor Dan Rather clash over Bush's role in the Iran-Contra scandal, during a contentious television interview.
  • January 29 – The Midwest Classic Conference, a U.S. college athletic conference, is formed.

February[]

March[]

  • March 7Operation Flavius: The Special Air Service fatally shoots 3 unarmed Provisional Irish Republican Army members in Gibraltar.
  • March 8
    • Two U.S. Army helicopters collide in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, killing 17 servicemen.
    • U.S. presidential candidate George Herbert Walker Bush defeats Robert Dole in numerous Republican primaries and caucuses on "Super Tuesday". The bipartisan primary/caucus calendar, designed by Democrats to help solidify their own nominee early, backfires when none of the 6 competing candidates are able to break out of the pack in the day's Democratic contests. Jesse Jackson, however, wins several Southern state primaries.
  • March 13Gallaudet University, a Deaf university in Washington D.C. elects Dr. I King Jordan as the first deaf president in its history. This event is a turning point in the deaf civil rights movement.
  • March 16
    • The Halabja poison gas attack is carried out by Iraqi government forces.
    • First RepublicBank of Texas fails and enters FDIC receivership, the largest FDIC assisted bank failure in history.
    • Iran-Contra Affair: Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North and Vice Admiral John Poindexter are indicted on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States.
    • Milltown Cemetery Attack: During the funeral of three Provisional IRA members in Milltown Cemetery in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Ulster Defence Association (UDA) member Michael Stone attacked the crowd with grenades and pistols, killing three and wounding over sixty. They were murdered because they were likely to be Catholics.
  • March 17
    • A Colombian Boeing 727 jetliner, Avianca Flight 410, crashes into the side of the mountains near the Venezuelan border, killing 143.
    • Eritrean War of IndependenceBattle of Afabet: The Nadew Command, an Ethiopian army corps in Eritrea, is attacked on 3 sides by military units of the Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF).
  • March 19Corporals killings: In Belfast, Northern Ireland, British Army Corporals Woods and Howes were murdered after driving straight into a funeral for the victims of the Milltown Cemetery Attack just three days earlier, after they were mistakenly thought to be carrying out a similar attack to the one by Ulster Defence Association (UDA) member Michael Stone, in which he killed three Catholics attending the funeral.
  • March 20Eritrean War of Independence: Having defeated the Nadew Command, the EPLF enters the town of Afabet, victoriously concluding the Battle of Afabet.
  • March 24 – An Israeli court sentences Mordechai Vanunu to 18 years in prison for disclosing Israel's nuclear program to The Sunday Times.
  • March 25 – The Candle Demonstration in Bratislava, Slovakia is the first mass demonstration of the 1980s against the communist regime in Czechoslovakia.
  • March 26 – U.S. presidential candidate Jesse Jackson defeats Michael Dukakis in the Michigan Democratic caucuses, becoming the temporary front-runner for the party's nomination. Richard Gephardt withdraws his candidacy after his campaign speeches against imported automobiles fail to earn him much support in Detroit.
  • March 29African National Congress representative Dulcie September is assassinated in Paris.

April[]

The Iranian Frigate, IS Alvand, attacked by US Navy forces during Operation Praying Mantis.

  • April 4Governor Evan Mecham of Arizona is convicted in his impeachment trial and removed from office.
  • April 5Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis wins the Wisconsin Democratic presidential primary.
  • April 10
    • The comic strip FoxTrot makes its first appearance in US newspapers.
    • The Ojhri Camp Disaster occurs in Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
    • The Great Seto Bridge opens to traffic in Japan.
  • April 11The Last Emperor (directed by Bernardo Bertolucci) wins nine Oscars.
  • April 12 – Former pop singer Sonny Bono is elected mayor of Palm Springs, California.
  • April 14
    • In the Geneva Accords, the Soviet Union commits itself to withdrawal of its forces from Afghanistan.
    • The USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG-58) strikes a naval mine in the Persian Gulf, while deployed on Operation Earnest Will, during the Tanker War phase of the Iran–Iraq War.
  • April 16
    • Israeli commandos kill the PLO's Abu Jihad in Tunisia.
    • In Forlì, Italy, the brigate rosse kill Senator Roberto Ruffilli, an advisor of Prime Minister Ciriaco de Mita.
  • April 18 – The United States Navy retaliates for the USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG-58) mining with Operation Praying Mantis, in a day of strikes against Iranian oil platforms and naval vessels.
  • April 25 – In Israel, Ivan Demjanjuk is sentenced to death for war crimes committed in World War II. He was accused by survivors of being the notorious guard at the Treblinka extermination camp known as "Ivan the Terrible". The conviction is later overturned by the Israeli Supreme Court.
  • April 28Aloha Flight 243 loses several yards of its upper fuselage while in flight, killing 1 person.
  • April 30

May[]

  • May 4PEPCON disaster in Henderson, Nevada: A major explosion at an industrial solid-fuel rocket plant causes damage extending up to 10 miles (16 km) away, including Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport.
  • May 14Bus collision near Carrollton, Kentucky: A drunk driver going the wrong way on Interstate 71, hits a converted school bus carrying a church youth group from Radcliff, Kentucky. The resulting fire kills 27, making it tied for 1st in the U.S. for most fatalities involving 2 vehicles to the present day. Coincidentally, the other 2-vehicle accident involving a bus that also killed 27 occurred in Prestonburg, Kentucky on February 28, 1958.
  • May 15Soviet war in Afghanistan: After more than 8 years of fighting, the Soviet Army begins withdrawing from Afghanistan.
  • May 16
    • A report by U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop states that the addictive properties of nicotine are similar to those of heroin and cocaine.
    • California v. Greenwood: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that police officers do not need a search warrant to search through discarded garbage.
  • May 24Section 28 (outlawing promotion of homosexuality in schools) is passed as law by Parliament in the United Kingdom.
  • May 27Microsoft releases Windows 2.1
  • May 31 – U.S. President Ronald Reagan addresses 600 Moscow State University students, during his visit to the Soviet Union.

June[]

  • June 5 – The first National Cancer Survivors Day is held.
  • June 6Elizabeth II strips jockey Lester Piggott of his OBE, following his jailing for tax irregularities.
  • June 10 – Spontaneous 100,000 strong mass night-singing demonstrations in Estonia, that eventually give name to the Singing Revolution.
  • June 11
    • The name of the General Public License (GPL) is mentioned for the first time.
    • Wembley Stadium hosts a concert featuring stars from the fields of music, comedy and film, in celebration of the 70th birthday of imprisoned ANC leader Nelson Mandela.
  • June 14 – A small wildfire starts in Montana just north of the boundary for Yellowstone National Park. The Storm Creek fire expands into the park, then merges with dozens of other drought-inspired fires. Eventually, over 750,000 acres (3,040 km2) of Yellowstone – 36% of the park's area – burns before firefighters gain control in late September.
  • June 23 – NASA scientist James Hansen testifies to the Senate that man-made global warming had begun.
  • June 25 – The Netherlands defeats the Soviet Union 2–0 to win Euro 88.
  • June 26Air France Flight 296 crashes into the tops of trees beyond the runway on a demonstration flight at Habsheim, France; three passengers are killed.
  • June 28 – Four workers are asphyxiated at a metal-plating plant in Auburn, Indiana, in the worst confined-space industrial accident in U.S. history. (A fifth victim dies two days later).
  • June 29Morrison v. Olson: The United States Supreme Court upholds the law allowing special prosecutors to investigate suspected crimes by executive branch officials.
  • June 30Roman Catholic Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre consecrates four bishops at Écône, Switzerland for his apostolate, along with Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer, without a papal mandate.

July[]

  • July 3
    • The Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey is completed, providing the second connection between the continents of Europe and Asia over the Bosporus.
    • Iran Air Flight 655 is shot down by a missile launched from the USS Vincennes.
  • July 6
    • The Piper Alpha production platform in the North Sea is destroyed by explosions and fires, killing 165 oil workers and 2 rescue mariners.
    • The first reported medical waste on beaches in the Greater New York area (including hypodermic needles and syringes possibly infected with the AIDS virus) washes ashore on Long Island. Subsequent medical waste discoveries on beaches in Coney Island and in Monmouth County, New Jersey force the closure of numerous New York–area beaches in the middle of one of the hottest summers on record in the American Northeast.
  • July 14Volkswagen closes its Westmoreland Assembly Plant after 10 years of operation (the first factory built by a non-American automaker in the U.S.).
  • July 20 – The Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia nominates Michael Dukakis for U.S. President and Lloyd Bentsen for Vice President.
  • July 31 – Thirty-two people are killed and 1,674 injured when a bridge at the Sultan Abdul Halim Ferry terminal collapses in Butterworth, Malaysia.

August[]

  • August 5
    • Shooting of Allama Arif Hussain Hussaini, leader of Pakistani Shia Muslims, in Peshawar.
    • The 1988 Malaysian constitutional crisis culminates in the ouster of the Lord President of Malaysia, Salleh Abas.
  • August 6August 7Tompkins Square Park Police Riot in New York City: A riot erupts in Tompkins Square Park when police attempt to enforce a newly passed curfew for the park. Bystanders, artists, residents, homeless people and political activists are caught up in the police action that takes place during the night of August 6 and into the early morning of August 7.
  • August 88888 Uprising: Thousands of protesters in Burma, now known as Myanmar, are killed during anti-government demonstrations.
  • August 14Enzo Ferrari, founder of the Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari, dies at the age of 90, after a long illness.
  • August 17Pakistani President Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq and the U.S. ambassador to Pakistan, Arnold Raphel, are killed in a plane crash near Bhawalpur.
  • August 18 – The Republican National Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana nominates George H.W. Bush for President and Dan Quayle for Vice President of the United States of America.
  • August 19 – A truce begins in the Iran–Iraq War.
  • August 20 – The Iran–Iraq War ends, with an estimated one million lives lost.
  • August 21Major earthquake of magnitude 6.6 hits the Nepal-India Border. Estimated 1,004 people killed and more than 16,000 injured
  • August 25 – A fire destroys part of Chiado quarter, in Lisbon's historical center.
  • August 26Mehran Karimi Nasseri, "The terminal man", is stuck in the De Gaulle Airport in Paris, where he will continue to reside until August 1, 2006.
  • August 28 – Seventy-five people are killed and 346 injured in one of the worst airshow disasters in history at Germany's Ramstein Air Base, when three jets from the Italian air demonstration team, Frecce Tricolori, collide, sending one of the aircraft crashing into the crowd of spectators.

September[]

  • September 5 – With US$2 billion in federal aid, the Robert M. Bass Group agrees to buy the United States' largest thrift, American Savings and Loan Association.
  • September 11 – In Estonia, 300,000 demonstrate for independence.
  • September 12Hurricane Gilbert devastates Jamaica; it turns towards Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula 2 days later, causing an estimated $5 billion in damage.
  • September 16Tom Browning of the Cincinnati Reds pitches the 12th perfect game in baseball history against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Riverfront Stadium.
  • September 17October 2 – The 1988 Summer Olympics are held in Seoul, South Korea.
  • September 22 – The Ocean Odyssey drilling rig suffers a blowout and fire in the North Sea (see also July 6).
  • September 24September 26 – Large, militant protests against the 1988 World Bank and IMF meetings take place in West Berlin.
  • September 29STS-26: NASA resumes space shuttle flights, grounded after the Challenger disaster, with Space Shuttle Discovery.

October[]

  • October 5
    • Thousands riot in Algiers, Algeria against the National Liberation Front government; by October 10 the army has killed and tortured about 500 people in crushing the riots.
    • Chilean president Augusto Pinochet is defeated in a national plebiscite that sought to renew his mandate.
    • In Omaha, Nebraska, in the only vice presidential debate of the 1988 U.S. presidential election, the Republican vice presidential nominee, Senator Dan Quayle of Indiana, insists he has as much experience in government as John F. Kennedy did when he sought the presidency in 1960. His Democratic opponent, Senator Lloyd Bentsen of Texas, replies, "Senator, I served with Jack Kennedy. I knew Jack Kennedy. Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine. Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy."
  • October 9 – The 1985-88 Rugby League World Cup culminates in Australia's 25–12 victory over New Zealand at Auckland's Eden Park before 47,363 spectators.
  • October 12Walsh Street police shootings: Two Victoria Police officers are gunned down, execution style, in Australia.
  • October 13 – In the second U.S. presidential debate, held by U.C.L.A., the Democratic party nominee, Michael Dukakis, is asked by journalist Bernard Shaw of CNN if he would support the death penalty if his wife, Kitty, were to be raped and murdered. Gov. Dukakis' reply, voicing his opposition to capital punishment in any and all circumstances, is later said to have been a major reason for the eventual failure of his campaign for the White House.
  • October 19 – The United Kingdom bans broadcast interviews with IRA members. The BBC gets around this stricture through the use of professional actors.
  • October 27Ronald Reagan decides to tear down the new U.S. Embassy in Moscow because of Soviet listening devices in the building structure.
  • October 28Abortion: 48 hours after announcing it was abandoning RU-486, French manufacturer Roussel Uclaf states that it will resume distribution of the drug.
  • October 29Pakistan's General Rahimuddin Khan resigns from his post as the governor of Sindh, following attempts by the President of Pakistan, Ghulam Ishaq Khan, to limit the vast powers Gen. Rahimuddin had accumulated.
  • October 30
    • Philip Morris buys Kraft Foods for US$13.1 billion.[1]
    • Expo '88 in Brisbane, Australia draws to a close.

November[]

  • November 1 – In the Israeli election, Likud wins 47 seats, Labour wins 49, but Likud Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir remains in office.
  • November 2 – The Morris worm, the first computer worm distributed via the Internet, written by Robert Tappan Morris, is launched from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the U.S.
  • November 3November 5 – Thousands of South Korean students demonstrate against former president Chun Doo Hwan.
  • November 3Sri Lankan Tamil mercenaries try to overthrow the Maldivian government. At President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom's request, the Indian military suppresses the coup attempt within 24 hours.
  • November 8United States presidential election, 1988: George H. W. Bush is elected over Michael Dukakis becoming the first sitting Vice President of the United States in 200 years to be elected as President of the United States.
  • November 11 – In Sacramento, California, police find a body buried in the lawn of 60-year-old boardinghouse landlady Dorothea Puente (7 bodies are eventually found and Puente is convicted of 3 murders and sentenced to life in prison).
  • November 13Mulugeta Seraw, an Ethiopian law student in Portland, Oregon is beaten to death by members of the Neo-Nazi group East Side White Pride.
  • November 15
    • In the Soviet Union, the unmanned Shuttle Buran is launched by an Energia rocket on its maiden orbital spaceflight (the first and last space flight for the shuttle).
    • Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: An independent State of Palestine is proclaimed at the Palestinian National Council meeting in Algiers, by a vote of 253–46.
    • The very first Fairtrade label, Max Havelaar, is launched by Nico Roozen, Frans van der Hoff and ecumenical development agency Solidaridad in the Netherlands.
  • November 16
    • The Supreme Soviet of the Estonian SSR adopts the Estonian Sovereignty Declaration in which the laws of the Estonian SSR are declared supreme over those of the USSR.
    • In the first open election in more than a decade, voters in Pakistan choose populist candidate Benazir Bhutto to be Prime Minister. Elections are held as planned despite head of state Zia-ul-Haq's death earlier in August.
  • November 18War on Drugs: U.S. President Ronald Reagan signs a bill providing the death penalty for murderous drug traffickers.
  • November 21
    • Canadian federal election, 1988: Brian Mulroney and the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada win a second majority government.
    • Ted Turner officially buys Jim Crockett Promotions, known as NWA Crockett, and turns it into World Championship Wrestling (WCW).
  • November 22 – In Palmdale, California, the first prototype B-2 Spirit stealth bomber is revealed.
  • November 23 – Former Korean president Chun Doo Hwan publicly apologizes for corruption during his presidency, announcing he will go into exile.
  • November 24 – The popular American cult television comedy Mystery Science Theater 3000 makes its debut on KTMA.
  • November 30Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. buys RJR Nabisco for US$25.07 billion in the biggest leveraged buyout deal of all time.

December[]

  • December 1Carlos Salinas de Gortari takes office as President of Mexico.
  • December 2
    • Benazir Bhutto is sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan, becoming the first woman to head the government of an Islam-dominated state.
    • A cyclone in Bangladesh leaves 5 million homeless and thousands dead.
  • December 7
    • In Armenia, an earthquake (6.9 on the Richter scale) kills nearly 25,000, injures 15,000 and leaves 400,000 homeless.
    • Estonian becomes the official language of Estonia.
  • December 8 – Famous vocalist Roy Orbison dies of a heart attack
  • December 9 – The last Dodge Aries and Plymouth Reliant roll off the assembly line in a Chrysler factory.
  • December 12 – The Clapham Junction rail crash kills 35 and injures 132.
  • December 16 – Perennial U.S. presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche is convicted of mail fraud.
  • December 20 – The United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances is signed at Vienna.
  • December 21Pan Am Flight 103 is blown up over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing a total of 270 people. Those responsible are believed to be Libyans.
  • December 22Brazilian union and environmental activist Chico Mendes is assassinated.

Date unknown[]

  • TAT-8, the first transatlantic telephone cable to use optical fibers, is completed.
  • Zebra mussels are found in the Great lakes.
  • The U.S. Drought of 1988 causes big crop damage in many states, impacts many portions of the United States and causes around $60 billion in damage. Multiple regions suffer in the conditions. Heat waves cause 4,800 to 17,000 excess deaths while scorching many areas of the United States during 1988.
  • The Russian Mafia begins to expand with the decay of the Soviet Union.

Births[]

January[]

  • January 2Jonny Evans, Northern Irish footballer
  • January 5Pauline (singer), French composer, songwriter and singer
  • January 7
    • Haley Bennett, American actress and singer
    • Robert Sheehan, Irish actor
  • January 8
    • Michael Mancienne, English footballer
    • Adrián López Álvarez, Spanish footballer
  • January 9
    • Alexey Vorobyov, Russian singer and actor
    • Marc Crosas, Spanish footballer
  • January 12Claude Giroux, Canadian ice hockey player
  • January 14
    • Kacey Barnfield, English actress
    • Hakeem Nicks, American football player
  • January 15
    • Skrillex, American musician and DJ
    • Charlotte Sometimes, American singer/songwriter
    • Kim Junsu, Korean vocalist (2PM)
  • January 16Nicklas Bendtner, Danish footballer
  • January 18
    • Ironik, British musician, DJ and rapper
    • Angelique Kerber, German tennis player
  • January 19JaVale McGee, American basketball player
  • January 20Benjamin Ulrich, German international rugby union player
  • January 21
    • Ashton Eaton, American decathlete
    • Vanessa Hessler, American-Italian model and actress
  • January 22
    • Greg Oden, American basketball player
    • Nick Palatas, American actor
  • January 24Jade Ewen, English singer
  • January 25Tatiana Golovin, French tennis player
  • January 26
    • Mia Rose, Portuguese and British singer-songwriter
    • Gary Hooper, English footballer
  • January 27Kerlon, Brazilian footballer
  • January 29Tatyana Chernova, Russian heptathlete

February[]

  • February 3
    • Cho Kyuhyun, Korean singer (Super Junior)
    • Gregory van der Wiel, Dutch international footballer
  • February 4Carly Patterson, American gymnast
  • February 7
    • Ai Kago, Japanese singer
    • Lee Joon, South Korean idol singer MBLAQ, dancer, actor, model
    • Matthew Stafford, American football player
  • February 9Lotte Friis, Danish swimmer
  • February 11
    • Li Chun, Chinese singer
    • Alwyn Uytingco, Filipino actor
  • February 12
    • Mike Posner, American singer, songwriter, and producer.
    • Afshan Azad, English actress
    • Greta Salpeter, American singer/songwriter, pianist (The Hush Sound, Gold Motel)
  • February 13Aston Merrygold, English singer (JLS)
  • February 14
    • Ángel di María, Argentine footballer
    • Katie Boland, Canadian actress
    • Olga Alava, Ecuadorian Miss Earth 2011 winner
  • February 15Denílson Pereira Neves, Brazilian footballer
  • February 16Kim Soo-hyun, South Korean actor
  • February 17Natascha Kampusch, Austrian television hostess
  • February 18
    • Mark Davies, English footballer
    • Maiara Walsh, Brazilian-American actress
    • Changmin, Korean singer, songwriter and occasional actor
  • February 20
    • Rihanna, Barbadian pop singer
    • Jiah Khan, British Indian
  • February 21Matthias de Zordo, German javelin thrower
  • February 22
    • Ximena Navarrete, Miss Universe 2010
    • Efraín Juárez, Mexican footballer
    • Kévin Borlée, Belgian sprinter
  • February 24Rodrigue Beaubois, French basketball player
  • February 28Markéta Irglová, Czech songwriter

March[]

  • March 1Trevor Cahill, American baseball player
  • March 2
    • Vito Mannone, Italian footballer
    • Matthew Mitcham, Australian diver
    • Nadine Samonte, Filipina actress and commercial model
  • March 3
    • Rafael Muñoz, Spanish swimmer
    • Michael Morrison, English footballer
  • March 4Josh Bowman, English film and television actor
  • March 6
    • Elaine and Melanie Silver, American actresses
    • Lee Seung-Hoon, South Korean speed skater
    • Agnes Carlsson, Swedish recording artist
  • March 8
    • Armanti Edwards, American football player
    • Johnny Ruffo, Australian singer-songwriter and dancer
  • March 10Ivan Rakitic, Croatian and Swiss footballer
  • March 11
    • Fábio Coentrão, Portuguese footballer
    • Katsuhiko Nakajima, Japanese professional wrestler
  • March 12Elly Jackson, English singer-songwriter (La Roux)
  • March 14
    • Sasha Grey, American pornographic actress
    • Stephen Curry, American professional basketball player
  • March 19Clayton Kershaw, American baseball player
  • March 21Lee Cattermole, English footballer
  • March 22Tania Raymonde, American actress
  • March 25
    • Erik Knudsen, Canadian actor
    • Big Sean, American rapper
  • March 26
    • Alodia Gosiengfiao, Filipina cosplayer model
    • Suvi Koponen, Finnish fashion model
  • March 27
    • Brenda Song, American actress
    • Jessie J, English singer and songwriter
    • Atsuto Uchida, Japanese footballer
  • March 28Lacey Turner, English actress
  • March 29Kelly Sweet, American singer

April[]

  • April 1Brook Lopez, American basketball player
  • April 2
    • Jesse Plemons, American film and television actor
    • Kimber James, transsexual pornographic actor and escort
  • April 3Tim Krul, Dutch footballer
  • April 6
    • Fabrice Muamba, English footballer
    • Mike Bailey, British actor
  • April 7Edward Speleers, British actor
  • April 9Uee, South Korean idol singer and actress
  • April 10Haley Joel Osment, American actor
  • April 11Leland Irving, Canadian ice hockey player
  • April 12Jessie James, American country pop singer and songwriter
  • April 13Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira, Brazilian footballer
  • April 15Eliza Sophie Caird, English singer–songwriter
  • April 21
    • Robbie Amell, Canadian actor
    • Christoph Sanders, American actor
  • April 25
    • Sara Paxton, American actress
    • Laura Lepistö, Finnish figure skater
    • James Sheppard, Canadian ice hockey player
  • April 27Semyon Varlamov, Russian ice hockey player
  • April 28Juan Mata, Spanish footballer
  • April 29
    • Alfred Hui, Hong Kong singer
    • Jonathan Toews, Canadian hockey player
    • Younha, Korean-born singer

May[]

  • May 1
    • Anushka Sharma, Indian actress
    • Nicholas Braun, American actor
  • May 5
    • Adele, English singer
    • Brooke Hogan, American reality star and singer
    • Skye Sweetnam, Canadian singer
  • May 6Ryan Anderson (basketball), American basketball player
  • May 11
    • Ace Hood, American rapper
    • Brad Marchand, Canadian ice hockey player
  • May 12Marcelo Vieira, Brazilian footballer
  • May 17
    • Nikki Reed, American actress
    • Jennison Myrie-Williams, English footballer
  • May 18
    • Ryan Cooley, Canadian actor
    • Taeyang, South Korean recording artist and model
  • May 19Lily Cole, English supermodel
  • May 24
    • Billy Gilman, American singer
    • Monica Lin Brown, awarded the Silver Star for valor
  • June 1
    • Nami Tamaki, Japanese singer
    • Javier Hernández Balcázar, Mexican footballer
  • June 2Sergio Agüero, Argentine footballer
  • June 7
    • Michael Cera, Canadian actor
    • Ekaterina Makarova, Russian tennis player
  • June 9
    • Mae Whitman, American actress
    • Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Greek footballer
  • June 11Yui Aragaki, Japanese model, actress and singer
  • June 12Eren Derdiyok, Swiss footballer
  • June 13Gabe Carimi, American football player
  • June 14Kevin McHale, American actor, dancer and singer
  • June 15Cristopher Toselli, Chilean footballer
  • June 16Keshia Chanté, Canadian singer-songwriter, model and actress
  • June 17Stephanie Rice, Australian swimmer
  • June 20Shefali Chowdhury, British actress
  • June 21Alejandro Ramírez (chess player), Costa Rican chess Grandmaster
  • June 22
    • Omri Casspi, Israeli basketball player
    • Portia Doubleday, American actress
  • June 23
    • Isabella Leong, Hong Kong singer, actress and model
    • Chellsie Memmel, American gymnast
  • June 24
    • Micah Richards, English footballer
    • Nichkhun Horvejkul, Thai singer
  • June 27Matthew Špiranović, Australian footballer
  • June 28Kanon Wakeshima, Japanese singer and cellist
  • June 29Éver Banega, Argentine footballer

July[]

  • July 2Lee Chung-Yong, Korean footballer
  • July 7
    • Natalie Mejia, American singer and songwriter
    • Claire Holt, Australian actress
  • July 8Miguel Roque Farrero, Spanish footballer
  • July 13
    • He Pingping, Mongolian & Guinness World Records shortest man able to walk (d. 2010)
    • Steven R. McQueen, American actor
    • Colton Haynes, American actor and model
  • July 14James Vaughan (footballer born 1988), English footballer
  • July 16Sergio Busquets, Spanish footballer
  • July 19Shane Dawson, American YouTube comedian and actor
  • July 20
    • Julianne Hough, American ballroom dancer, country music singer and actress
    • Stephen Strasburg, American baseball player
  • July 23Paul Anderson, English footballer
  • July 25
    • Anthony Stokes, Irish footballer
    • Sarah Geronimo, Filipina singer and actress
  • July 26, – Francia Raisa, American actress
  • July 31Krystal Meyers, American singer/songwriter/musician

August[]

  • August 5Federica Pellegrini, Italian swimmer
  • August 8Princess Beatrice of York, British Princess and daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York
  • August 16
    • Ismaïl Aissati, Moroccan footballer
    • Rumer Willis, American actress
  • August 17Erika Toda, Japanese actress
  • August 18
    • G-Dragon, Korean bandleader, (Big Bang)
    • Jack Hobbs, English footballer
  • August 23Jeremy Lin, American basketball player
  • August 24Rupert Grint, English actor
  • August 25
    • Alexandra Burke, English singer
    • Ray Quinn, English actor, singer, and dancer
  • August 26
    • Tori Black, American pornographic actress
    • Evan Ross, American actor and musician
  • August 27Alexa Vega, American actress
  • August 30Ernests Gulbis, Latvian tennis player
  • August 31Tanaya Henry, American model and actress

September[]

  • September 1
    • Simona de Silvestro, Swiss race car drive
    • Mushfiqur Rahim, Bangladeshi cricketer
  • September 2
    • Ishant Sharma, Indian cricketer
    • Javi Martínez, Spanish footballer
  • September 5
    • Nuri Şahin, Turkish footballer
    • Felipe Caicedo, Ecuadorian association footballer
  • September 6Max George, British singer
  • September 7
    • Kevin Love, American basketball player
    • Paul Iacono, American Actor
  • September 8Chantal Jones, American fashion model and actress
  • September 9
    • McKey Sullivan, American fashion model
    • JM De Guzman, Filipino actor
  • September 10
    • Jordan Staal, Canadian hockey player
    • Coco Rocha, Canadian fashion model
    • Jared Lee Loughner, Perpetrator/gunman of the 2011 Tucson shooting
  • September 11Lee Yong-dae, male badminton player from South Korea
  • September 12
    • Prachi Desai, Indian film and television actress
    • Amanda Jenssen, Swedish singer
  • September 14Martin Fourcade, French biathlete
  • September 15
    • Chelsea Kane, American actress and singer
    • Nuno Roque, Portuguese actor
  • September 19Katrina Bowden, American actress
  • September 21Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party
  • September 22Bethany Dillon, contemporary Christian music artist
  • September 23Juan Martín del Potro, Argentine tennis player
  • September 25Ragasya, Indian actress and model
  • September 26
    • Kiira Korpi, Finnish figure skater
    • Sandhya (actress), Indian film actress
  • September 28
    • Esmée Denters, Dutch singer
    • Bill Sweatt, American ice hockey left winger
  • September 29Kevin Durant, American basketball player

October[]

  • October 1Cariba Heine, Australian actress and performer
  • October 4
    • Derrick Rose, American basketball player
    • Ashley Banjo, British Choreographer, Member of Diversity
  • October 6Maki Horikita, Japanese actress
  • October 14
    • Max Thieriot, American actor
    • Pia Toscano, American singer; American Idol contestant
  • October 15Mesut Özil, German football player
  • October 20
    • Risa Niigaki, Japanese singer
    • Candice Swanepoel, South African supermodel
  • October 27Evan Turner, American basketball player
  • October 28
    • Devon Murray, Irish actor
    • Edd Gould, British flash animator, Creator of Eddsworld (d. 2012)
  • October 31Sébastien Buemi, Swiss racing driver

November[]

  • November 1
    • Ai Fukuhara, Japanese table tennis player
    • Scott Arfield, Scottish footballer
  • November 3Angus McLaren, Australian actor
  • November 5Virat Kohli, Indian international cricketer
  • November 6Emma Stone, American actress
  • November 7
    • Tinie Tempah, English rapper
    • Alexandr Dolgopolov, Ukrainian tennis player
  • November 8Jessica Lowndes, Canadian actress and singer
  • November 9
    • Nikki Blonsky, American actress and singer
    • Analeigh Tipton, American figure skater and actress
  • November 12Russell Westbrook, American basketball player
  • November 15B.o.B, American rapper, singer and record producer
  • November 19Patrick Kane, American hockey player
  • November 20Rhys Wakefield, Australian actor
  • November 21Len Väljas, Canadian cross-country skier
  • November 22Jamie Campbell Bower, English actor
  • November 24Sabi, American pop singer-songwriter, dancer and actress
  • November 25Jay Spearing, English footballer
  • November 28Esha Gupta, Indian actress
  • November 29Russell Wilson, American football player

December[]

Deaths[]

January[]

February[]

Kurt Mahler

March[]

Kurt Georg Kiesinger

  • March 1Joe Besser, American actor and comedian (b. 1907)
  • March 3Lois Wilson, American actress (b. 1894)
  • March 5Alberto Olmedo, Argentine comedian and actor (b. 1933)
  • March 7
    • Divine, American actor (b. 1945)
    • Edmund Berkeley, American scientist (b. 1909)
    • Robert Livingston, American actor (b. 1904)
  • March 8
    • Werner Hartmann, German physicist (b. 1912)
    • Henryk Szeryng, Polish-born violinist (b. 1918)
  • March 9Kurt Georg Kiesinger, German politician, 3rd Chancellor of Germany (b. 1904)
  • March 10
    • Glenn Cunningham, American Olympic athlete (b. 1909)
    • Andy Gibb, British singer (b. 1958)
  • March 13
    • Olive Carey, American actress (b. 1896)
    • John Holmes, American pornographic actor (b. 1944)
  • March 16Erich Probst, Austrian football player (b. 1927)
  • March 20
    • Gil Evans, American jazz pianist (b. 1912)
    • Ralph Wright, Writer and American actor (b. 1908)
  • March 22Lester Rawlins, American stage and screen director (b. 1924)
  • March 25Robert Joffrey, American dancer and choreographer (b. 1930)
  • March 31 – Sir William McMahon, twentieth Prime Minister of Australia (b. 1908)

April[]

Alan Paton

  • April 1Jim Jordan, American actor (b. 1896)
  • April 3Milton Caniff, American cartoonist (b. 1907)
  • April 6John Clements, British actor (b. 1910)
  • April 11
    • Hermann Graf, German fighter ace (b. 1912)
    • Jesse L. Lasky, Jr., American screenwriter (b. 1910)
  • April 12
    • Harry McShane, Scottish socialist (b. 1891)
    • Alan Paton, South African author (b. 1903)
  • April 15Kenneth Williams, British actor and raconteur (b. 1926)
  • April 17
    • Louise Nevelson, Ukrainian-American sculptor (b. 1900)
    • Eva Novak, American actress (b. 1898)
  • April 18Pierre Desproges, French humorist (b. 1939)
  • April 21I. A. L. Diamond, American screenwriter (b. 1920)
  • April 22Irene Rich, American actress (b. 1891)
  • April 23Michael Ramsey, British bishop, 100th Archbishop of Canterbury (b. 1904)
  • April 26
    • James McCracken, American tenor (b. 1926)
    • Valerie Solanas, American author (b. 1936)
  • April 27David Scarboro, British actor (b. 1968)

May[]

  • May 3Lev Semenovich Pontryagin, Russian mathematician (b. 1908)
  • May 5George Rose, English actor (b. 1920)
  • May 8Robert A. Heinlein, American science fiction author (b. 1907)
  • May 10
    • Shen Congwen, Chinese writer (b. 1902)
    • Ciaran Bourke, Irish musician (b. 1935)
  • May 11Kim Philby, British spy (b. 1912)
  • May 12Chet Baker, American jazz trumpeter (b. 1929)
  • May 14Willem Drees, Dutch politician, Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 1948 until 1958 (b. 1886)
  • May 15
    • Andrew Duggan, American actor (b. 1923)
    • Greta Nissen, Norwegian-born actress (b. 1905)
  • May 16Charles Keeping, British illustrator (b. 1924)
  • May 18Daws Butler, voice actor (b. 1916)
  • May 21Sammy Davis, Sr., American dancer (b. 1900)
  • May 23Aya Kitō, Japanese Writer (b. 1962)
  • May 25Ernst Ruska, German physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1906)
  • May 27Florida Friebus, American actor (b. 1909)
  • May 30Ella Raines, American actress (b. 1920)
  • May 31Arthur Olliver, Australian footballer (b. 1918)

June[]

  • June 8Eli Mintz, American actor (b. 1904)
  • June 10Louis L'Amour, American writer (b. 1908)
  • June 11Giuseppe Saragat, former President of Italy (b. 1898)
  • June 16Kim Milford, American actor and singer (b. 1951)
  • June 18Wilford Leach, American theater director (b. 1929)
  • June 22Dennis Day, Irish-American singer and radio and television personality (b. 1916)
  • June 25Hillel Slovak, Israeli-American guitarist (Red Hot Chili Peppers) (b. 1962)

July[]

  • July 3Gabriel Dell, American actor (b. 1919)
  • July 4Adrian Adonis, American wrestler (b. 1954)
  • July 8Ray Barbuti, American athlete (b. 1905)
  • July 12Joshua Logan, American stage and film director (b. 1908)
  • July 17Bruiser Brody, American professional wrestler (b. 1946)
  • July 18Nico, singer-songwriter, fashion model, actress and Warhol socialite (b. 1938)
  • July 21Jack Clark, American television personality and game show host (b. 1921)
  • July 25Judith Barsi, American child actress (b. 1978)
  • July 27Frank Zamboni, American inventor (b. 1901)
  • July 31Trinidad Silva, American actor (b. 1950)

August[]

Enzo Ferrari

  • August 1Florence Eldridge, American actress (b. 1901)
  • August 2Raymond Carver, American short-story writer & poet (b. 1938)
  • August 5
    • Colin Higgins, American film director (b. 1941)
    • Ralph Meeker, American actor (b. 1920)
  • August 8
    • Félix Leclerc, French-Canadian poet & singer (b. 1914)
    • Alan Napier, English actor (b. 1903)
  • August 9
    • Giacinto Scelsi, Italian composer (b. 1905)
    • Ramon Valdez, Mexican actor (b. 1923)
  • August 10Adela Rogers St. Johns, American journalist and screenwriter (b. 1893)
  • August 11Anne Ramsey, American actress (b. 1929)
  • August 12Jean-Michel Basquiat, American musician/graffiti painter (b. 1960)
  • August 14
  • August 17
    • Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., American lawyer and politician (b. 1914)
    • Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, leader of Pakistan (b. 1924)
  • August 21Ray Eames, American artist, designer, and filmmaker (b. 1912)
  • August 24Leonard Frey, American actor (b. 1938)
  • August 27
    • William Sargant, British psychiatrist (b. 1907)
    • Mario Montenegro, Filipino actor (b. 1928)
  • August 28
    • Hazel Dawn, American actress (b. 1891)
    • Max Shulman, American comedic writer (b. 1919)

September[]

Luis Walter Alvarez

October[]

John Houseman

  • October 1
    • Lucien Ballard, American cinematographer (b. 1908)
    • Sacheverell Sitwell, English writer (b. 1897)
    • Pavle Vuisić, Yugoslav actor (b. 1926)
  • October 2Alec Issigonis, Greek-British engineer (b. 1906)
  • October 7Billy Daniels, American singer (b. 1915)
  • October 9Jackie Milburn, English footballer (b. 1924)
  • October 11
    • Wayland Flowers, American puppeteer (b. 1939)
    • Bonita Granville, American actress (b. 1923)
  • October 12
    • Ken Murray, American actor (b. 1903)
    • Ruth Manning-Sanders, British children's author (b. 1895)
  • October 13Melvin Frank, American screenwriter and director (b. 1913)
  • October 15Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji, English composer and pianist (b. 1892)
  • October 18Frederick Ashton, English dancer and choreographer (b. 1904)
  • October 19Son House, American musician (b. 1902)
  • October 22Henry Armstrong, American boxer (b. 1912)
  • October 27Charles Hawtrey, English actor (b. 1914)
  • October 31John Houseman, Romanian-American actor and producer (b. 1902)

November[]

John Carradine

December[]

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Francisco Alves Mendes Filho

  • December 2Tata Giacobetti, Italian singer and lyricist (Quartetto Cetra) (b. 1922)
  • December 4Osman Achmatowicz, Polish chemist (b. 1899)
  • December 6
    • Roy Orbison, American singer (b. 1936)
    • Timothy Patrick Murphy, American actor (b. 1959)
  • December 10Richard S. Castellano, American actor (b. 1933)
  • December 16Sylvester James, American R&B singer, disco performer (b. 1948)
  • December 17Jerry Hopper, American film and television director (b. 1907)
  • December 20Max Robinson, American broadcast journalist, and ABC News World News Tonight co-anchor (b. 1939)
  • December 21
    • Bob Steele, American actor (b. 1907)
    • Nikolaas Tinbergen, Dutch ornithologist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (b. 1907)
  • December 22Francisco Alves Mendes Filho, Brazilian environmental activist (b. 1944)
  • December 26
    • John Loder, English actor (b. 1898)
    • Glenn McCarthy, American oil tycoon and businessman (b. 1907)
  • December 27
    • Hal Ashby, American film director (b. 1929)
    • Jess Oppenheimer, American radio and television producer (b. 1913)
  • December 30Isamu Noguchi, Japanese-American artist (b. 1904)

Nobel Prizes[]

  • PhysicsLeon M. Lederman, Melvin Schwartz, Jack Steinberger
  • ChemistryJohann Deisenhofer, Robert Huber, Hartmut Michel
  • Medicine – Sir James W. Black, Gertrude B. Elion, George H. Hitchings
  • LiteratureNaguib Mahfouz
  • Peace – The United Nations Peace-Keeping Forces.
  • The Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred NobelMaurice Allais

Templeton Prize[]

  • Inamullah Khan

Right Livelihood Award[]

  • International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims / Inge Kemp Genefke M.D.
  • José Lutzenberger
  • John F. Charlewood Turner
  • Sahabat Alam Malaysia / Mohamed Idris, Harrison Ngau Laing, the Penan people.

References[]

  1. ^ Accepts $13B Buyout by Philip Morris The Boston Globe. Accessed 2009-03-17. Archived 2009-05-08.


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People of the year 1988 at Familypedia

26 people were born in 1988

 FatherMotherAge mother at birth
Daisaku Banno (1988)Goichi Banno (1955-2020)Kawai Fujikawa (1957-2018)
Alina Maria Binder (1988-)
Barnaba Carrega Bertolini (1988-)Emilio Carrega Bertolini (1956-)Penelope Hart Hurst (c1960-)
Brendan Dennis (1988)Unknown (c1961)Unknown (c1968)
Joshua James Duggar (1988)James Robert Duggar (1965)Michelle Annette Ruark (1966)
Karl Lewis Glusman (1988)Steven Glusman (1961)Elaine Burke (1962)
Zoë Isabella Kravitz (1988)Leonard Albert Kravitz (1964)Lisa Michelle Bonet (1967)
Charles Archibald Laurie (1988)James Hugh Calum Laurie (1959)Joanne Green (1956)
Matthäus von Nostitz-Rieneck (1988-)Friedrich Mayr von Melnhof (1952-)Monika von Nostitz-Rieneck (1965-)
Nicholas Edward Palatas (1988)Michael D. Palatas (1955)Emma Limbaugh (1957)
William John Patterson (1988-)Alastair Owen Patterson (1948-2016)Jocelyn Madge (Jo) Peebles (-)
Philip Petrescu (1988)Alexandru Petrescu (1956)Florina Angheliu (1959)
Peter Paul Johann Rindler (1988-)
Peter Paul Johann Rindler (1988-) (.de)Peter Paul Rindler (1957-)Susanne Rindler (1958-)
Galen Weiker Rote (1888-1941)
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1 children were born to the 9 women born in 1988

93 people died in 1988

 FatherMotherAge at death
Catherine Lovering Adams (1902-1988)Charles Francis Adams (1866-1954)Frances Lovering (1869-1956)
Merle Doris Ahrens (1910-1988)Charles Ahrens (1884-)Catherine Martha Lahey (c1881-1982)
Giorgio Almirante (1914-1988)Mario Almirante (1890-1964)
Joaquin Aquino (1935-1988)Rafael Aquino (1900-1967)Jean Rodriguez (1912-1969)
Margareta Avramescu (1919-1988)Victor Avramescu (1888-1952)Marioara Rădulescu (1899-1976)
Mark Barry (1900-1988)Stephen Barry (1869-1940)Darlene O'Connell (1877-1930)
Anthony Belenky (1907-1988)Henry Belenky (1882-1930)Brittany Brainin (1884-1937)
Patricia Berninger (1922-1988)
Dorothy Brewerton Berry (1908-1988)Albert Edward Berry (1872-)Mary Thompson (1878-)
Alexander Herbert Bowley (1890-1988)John Edward Bowley (1866-1906)Elizabeth Blunt (1864-)
Nellie Marie Brandt (1900-1988)Henry Charles Brandt (1867-1939)May Belle Ruddock (1867-1934)
Edith Maude Brazel (1904-1988)James Brazel (1878-1934)Jessie Bowden (1881-1968)84
Hoyt William Brewster (1910-1988)Benjamin Sheldon Brewster (1876-1947)Ruby Myrtle Hayes (1881-1932)
Kingman Brewster (1919-1988)Kingman Brewster (1883-1957)Florence Foster Besse (1885-1974)
Clayton William Byrd (1911-1988)John Thomas Byrd (1885)Ollie Sheridan (1887-1975)77
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3282 people lived in 1988

 FatherMother
Tsunekichi Yonogi (1905-2015)Shigeru Yonogi (1876-1940)Miyoko Yonogi (1882-1950)
Rebecca Ababio (1926-1998)
Isabella Abadiano (1930-2003)
Annabelle Abargil (1922-2000)
Jennifer Abaya (1918-1996)
Alysson Abberton (1935-2012)
Anthony Abbott (1911-1993)
Henry Abel Smith (1900-1993)Francis Abel Smith (1861-1908)Madeline St. Maur Seymour (1862-1951)
Robert Fuller Abell (1919-2010)Clifford Abell (1875-1965)Jennie Ferne Loshbough (1886-1957)
Adam Abernathy (1940-2006)James Abernathy (1912-1979)Arlene McGlinchey (1916-2000)
Melissa Abicht (1939-2009)Arthur Abicht (1900-1980)Amanda Krieger (1899-1959)
Carter Abiko (1957-2001)Eita Abiko (1920-2000)Aina Fukuzawa (1920-1995)
Elanor Abrahams (1939-2004)
Lisa Abramowicz (1933-2000)Leonard Abramowicz (1910-1980)Sadie Aaronson (1908-1970)
Hannah Abs (1930-2006)
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Events of the year 1988 at Familypedia

27 people were married in 1988.

 Joined with
Usha DeviAwadhesh Kumar
Gilberto Arrivabene-Valenti-Gonzaga (1961-)Bianca di Savoia-Aosta (1966-)
Kevin Norwood Bacon (1958-)Kyra Minturn Sedgwick (1965)
Jeffrey Glenn Bennett (1962)Susan E. Welby (1962)
Edward Thompson Breathitt (1924-2003)Frances Holleman (1926-1985)+Lucy Alexander Winchester (c1937-)
Virginia Elaine Buskirk (1918-2006)Robert Alexander Warren (1917-1995)+Robert Horace Keister (1918-1962)+Warren Raymond Towzey (1919-1992)+George Lewis Matuszak (1910-1995)
David Clayton Carrad (1944-2016)Karen Kristoff (living)+Lynda Lee Johnson (living)+Phuong Bach Truong (living)+Chanthol Soung (living)
Neilann Joy Crosier (1963-)Steve Robert Chakis
Tonia B DenisonNathaniel McCall
Angus Douglas-Hamilton, 15th Duke of Hamilton (1938-2010)Sarah Jane Scott (1945-1994)+ Jillian Robertson (bef1988-)+ Kay Carmichael (bef1998-)
John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower (1922-2013)Barbara Thompson (1926-2014)+ Joanne Thompson (-)
Sarah Louise Heath (1964)Todd Mitchell Palin (1964)
William Beveridge Kendall (1909-1997)Harriet Gladys Bragg (1914-1987)+Helena Mae Linder (1911-2002)
Awadhesh KumarUsha Devi
Brian Michael Levant (1952)Alison Logan (1954)
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There were 0 military battles in 1988.


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