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Ulysses Simpson Grant -- b.4/27/1822 d.7/23/1885 (63)
Names/Places: b. in Point Pleasant, OH; d. in Mount McGregor, N.Y.
Misc: Union forces in Civil War commander; 18th U.S. President (1869-77); on a $50 bill
Count Francois Grasse -- b.9/13/1722 d.1/11/1788 (65)
Naval Officer, French
Samuel L. Gravely Jr. -- b.6/4/1922 d.10/22/2004 (82)
Misc: Vice Adm.
Cary Grayson -- b.10/11/1878 d.2/15/1938 (59)
Naval Officer, Surgeon
Misc: U.S. Navy Medical Director
Adolphus Greeley -- b.3/27/1844 d.10/20/1935 (91)
Soldier, Explorer, Publisher
Misc: founded National Geographic Society; Arctic explorer
Christopher Greene -- b.5/12/1737 d.5/14/1781 (44)
Nathanael Greene -- b.8/7/1742 d.6/19/1786 (43)
Misc: American general in the U.S. War of Independence (1775-83).
Samuel Greene -- b.2/11/1839 d.12/11/1884 (45)
Misc: an officer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War.
Richard Gridley -- b.1/3/1710 d.6/21/1796 (86)
Leonard Andrew Grimes -- b.11/9/1815 d.3/14/1874 (58)
Leslie Groves -- b.8/17/1896 d.7/13/1970 (73)
Alfred Gruenther -- b.3/3/1899 d.5/30/1983 (84)
Misc: as a four-star General after World War II, served as the Supreme Allied Commander (SACEUR) in Europe from 1953 to 1956.
Paul Guay -- b.9/2/1963
Fireman, NHL Player
Heinz Guderian -- b.6/17/1888 d.5/14/1953 (64)
Misc: tank expert who became one of the principal architects of armoured warfare and the blitzkrieg between World Wars I and II, and who contributed decisively to Germany's victories in Poland, France, and the Soviet Union early in World War II.
Che Ernesto Guevara -- b.6/14/1928 d.10/9/1967 (39)
Misc: guerillas; Latin America revolutionary
Button Gwinnett -- b.4/10/1735 d.5/16/1777 (42)
Misc: Declaration of Independence signer