Timelines for year 1887
Children: Mathilde (1887-1978), Jean Martin (1889-1967), Oliver (1891-1969), Ernest Ludwig (1892-1970), Sophie (1893-1920) and Anna (1895-1982).
Daughter of José Maria Pinto da Cunha (1887-1938) and Maria Emília Miranda (1886-1971).
Of his ten brothers and sisters, he was closest to brother Carlos Domaso Siegert Wuppermann (aka Carlyle Morgan) (1887-1919) whose death while serving in the U.S. Army's Corps of Intelligence Police in Germany was initially deemed a suicide. It was later learned he was murdered by a fellow soldier. Carlyle was a writer, poet, playwright and actor. Frank appeared in his deceased brother's play "The Triumph of X" in 1921 on Broadway.
His father, Lloyd Vernet Bridges Sr., was born 1 May 1887 and died on his 75th birthday, the first of May, 1962. His mother Harriet Evelyn Brown (b. 15 Jan 1893) turned 20 the day Lloyd was born.
Grew up in Louisville with his cousin, "Old" Pete Browning, a 3 time batting champ, who stole 103 bases in 1887. Pete's commissioning of a bat provided the start of the Hillerich & Bradsby bat company, famous for their Louisville Slugger model. The eccentric Pete drank heavily, apparently due to a chronic mastoid infection, and his catchphrase was "I can't hit the ball, unless I hit the bottle."
Played second cello in the world premiere of Verdi's Otello in 1887.
Her gravestone at Forest Lawn Cemetery gives her year of birth as 1887, instead of the correct year of 1876.
Purdue University, Class of 1887. Member: Sigma Chi fraternity.
Had an affair with actor Maurice Barrymore in 1887 and allegedly bore a son who was disabled and was institutionalized for much of his life.
Younger brother of Canadian politician Vincent Massey (1887-1967), who was the first Canadian-born Governor General of Canada (1952-1959).
Barney Balaban, his father, (b.1887, d.1971), introduced the first theater with a cooling system, which in Chicago in summer made his theaters the most popular in town and was the beginning of the family fortune.
His third wife, Leah May, born in Augusta, Georgia, on 4th November 1887, was an actress, divorced wife of actor Ralph Herz and widow of another actor, Everett Butterfield. She died in Los Angeles 31 January 1959.
Is often erroneously cited as the youngest player in major league history, making his debut at age 15. He is the youngest player in the modern major leagues (American and National); however, the all-time record is held by Frederick Joseph Chapman. At age 14 years, 140 days, he pitched in a game on 22 July 1887 for Philadelphia of the American Association, a major league in the 19th century. This was his only major league appearance.
Great-Granduncle Robert Brown Camarillo (1887-1931) served as Assistant U.S. Attorney for U.S. District Court, District of California, Southern Division 1921-1924. Resigned in 1924 to form Law Partnership with U.S. Attorney Joseph C. Burke and Assistant U.S. Attorney Mark L. Herron. Robert B. Camarillo Graduate of Georgetown Law School 1914.