Famous People Who Died on September 14
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Singer / 1952 - 2009Patrick Swayze was a Golden-Globe winning, beloved actor, as well as a singer, songwriter, and dancer, who died of pancreatic cancer in September of 2009.
James Fenimore Cooper
Lawyer, U.S. Vice President, U.S. Representative / 1756 - 1836
Aaron Burr was the third vice president of the United States, serving under President Thomas Jefferson. Burr fatally shot his rival, Alexander Hamilton, during a duel.
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profile name: William McKinley profile occupation: U.S. President
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