Famous People Who Died on February 24
Medical Professional, Editor / 1754 - 1825
Thomas Bowdler was a physician and self-appointed editor of great literature. He published The Family Shakespeare, a family friendly version of Shakespearean works, in 1807, and gave rise to the term "Bowdlerized."
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profile name: Don Knotts profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Comedian
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