Timelines for year 1905
Her husband, Archibald Haynes, was involved in a scandal with the New York Life Assurance Company in 1905, necessitating his resignation.
Son of Samuel Henry Piles, a U.S. Senator from Washington between 1905 and 1911.
Played for the American League's Detroit Tigers (1905-1926) and Philadelphia Athletics (1927-1928).
On 8 August 1905, William Cobb told his wife Amanda he was going on a 3 day trip, but returned that night, and climbed up a ladder to their bedroom window. Believing him an intruder, she killed him with the shotgun he gave her for her protection. Although he initally supported her (she was acquitted at trial), Ty idolized William, and came to believe the rumors that Amanda was unfaithful and William was trying to catch her with her lover. Ty never got over the incident nor forgave her. Eight days after his father's funeral, Cobb was called up to the Detroit Tigers.
Made major league debut on 30 August 1905.
In 1905, he was sold to the Detroit Tigers for $700 and a $200 early contract fee. By 1909, he was earning enough money playing baseball to begin a responsible investment program that steadily increased his wealth.
Appeared in more than 400 films during 1905-1925, most of which were short comedies; out of these, little more than two hundred have been possible to identify, and to date, less than a hundred of them are known to still exist.
Played for the St. Louis Browns (1905-1906, 1914) and New York Highlanders (later known as the Yankees) in 1907.
Many sources incorrectly quote 1905, and/or Denver, Colorado, USA regarding his birth.
Donald Trump's father, Fred Christ Trump (born in Woodhaven, New York, October 11, 1905), was a multi-millionaire developer son of German Parents. Fred developed apartments, homes and high rises in New York. He died June 25, 1999. Married in 1936 to Mary MacLeod (born in Stornoway, Scotland, May 10, 1912), who died August 7, 2000.
Interred at Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla, New York, ironically just a few hundred yards from Babe Ruth, who is buried at Gate Of Heaven Cemetery. Over 60 years after his death fans continue to leave mementos at his and Eleanor's memorial. The date of birth on his headstone erroneously reads "1905".
Was named after his grandfather, John Fitzgerald, who was elected as Boston, Massachusetts' mayor in 1905.
Manager of the Cleveland Indians, 1905-1909.
Mother of Yvonne Howell Stevens (1905- ), who married the director George Stevens and is the mother of George Stevens Jr. and the grandmother of Michael Stevens.
First coached in drama by British actress Ellen Terry in 1905. Fontanne made her stage debut in the chorus of "Cinderella" that year. She was brought to New York by Laurette Taylor and made her stage bow there in November 1916 in "The Harp of Life".
Vice President of the United States under President Theodore Roosevelt, 4 March 1905-3 March 1909.
When her father was travelling by train in early 1905, he went through a small station called 'Myrna' - he eventually named her after that station.
Despite being 64 at the time of his death, he was survived by his mother Elvera Sanchez (1905-2000) and his grandmother, Elvera's mother Luisa (who died in 1996 at 112).
She and second husband John Weld (1905-2003) owned the "Laguna Beach Post" newspaper from 1949 to 1965.
Buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. His grave marker reads 1905 (not 1904) as his year of birth.