Famous People Who Died on May 19
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
U.S. First Lady, Publisher / 1929 - 1994
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, noted for her style and elegance, was the wife of President John F. Kennedy and a U.S. first lady. She later married Aristotle Onassis.
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profile name: José Martí profile occupation: Journalist, Poet
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profile name: T. E. Lawrence profile occupation: Military Leader, Spy
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