List of last survivors of historical events
A historical event can be defined as any occurrence from the past regardless of significance, with the term "history" an umbrella term relating to past events and any associated memories, discoveries, collections, organizations, presentations, and/or interpretations of them. This differs from a historic event which is often less inclusive, and stands out as having made a significant impact on history itself.
The following is a list of notable people documented as the last living individuals to have witnessed, survived or participated in significant historical events or whom were the last living members of a historic group that directly contributed to such an event (e.g. Manhattan Project scientists). Excluded from this list are last living survivors of wars, speakers of languages, and others who are already recorded on pages representing more narrow categories.
Background shading indicates individuals still living
|Narmer||c. 3100 BC||Last king of Upper Egypt and First pharaoh of Unified Egypt||3150 BC|
|Lucius Tarquinius Superbus||c. 495 BC||Last King of Rome||509 BC|
|Seleucus I Nicator||c. September 281 BC (aged ~77)||Last of the original Diadochi of Alexander the Great||11 June 323 BC|
|Ankhmakis||c. 185 BC||Last Native Egyptian Pharaoh||c. 185 BC|
|John the Apostle†||c. 100 (aged 93–94)||Last Apostle and the last known witness to the Crucifixion||3 April 33|
|Julian the Apostate||26 June 363 (aged 32)||Last pagan Roman Emperor||26 June 363|
|Romulus Augustulus||c. 507||Last Western Roman Emperor||4 September 476|
|Wehha of East Anglia||c. 571||Last native Saxon invader in the British Isles||493-560s|
|Childeric III||c. 754 (aged ~37)||Last Frankish king from the Merovingian dynasty||March 751|
|Alfred the Great||26 October 899 (aged ~51)||Last King of Wessex and First King of the Anglo-Saxons||886|
|Æthelstan||27 October 939 (aged ~45)||Last King of the Anglo-Saxons and First King of the English||927|
|Pope John XII||14 May 964 (aged 27–34)||Last Pope elected of the Pornocracy||16 December 955|
|Adelaide, Countess of Vermandois||23 September 1123 (aged ~40)||Last member of the Carolingian dynasty||c. 1020|
|Henry I of England||1 December 1135 (aged 66–67)||Last member of the House of Normandy||1 December 1135|
|Alfonso VII of León and Castile||21 August 1157 (aged 52)||Last Emperor of All Spain||21 August 1157|
|Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair||2 December 1198 (aged ~82)||Last High King of Ireland before the Norman invasion||2 December 1198|
|Pope Honorius IV||3 April 1287 (aged 76–77)||Last Married Pope||3 April 1287|
|Swietopelk II, Duke of Pomerania||11 January 1266 (aged 66–76)||Last participant of the Gąsawa massacre||24 November 1227|
|Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York||1 August 1402 (aged 61)||Last Issue of Edward III of England||7 January 1355|
|Pope Urban VI||15 October 1389 (age 70-71)||Last Non-Cardinal Pope||15 October 1389|
|Antipope Felix V||7 January 1451 (aged 67)||Last Antipope||7 April 1449|
|Constantine XI Palaiologos||29 May 1453 (aged 48)||Last Byzantine Emperor||29 May 1453|
|Sophia Palaiologina||7 April 1503 (aged 54–63)||Last member of the Imperial Byzantine court|
|Henry VI of England||21 May 1471 (aged 49)||Last sovereign of the Hundred Years' War||19 October 1453|
|Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury||27 May 1541 (aged 67)||Last Plantagenet||22 August 1485|
|Last member of the House of York|
|Sancho de Tovar||c. 1547 (aged 75–82)||Last known member of the Second Portuguese India Armada||9 March 1500|
|Last known witness of the Discovery of Brazil||22 April 1500|
|Pope Alexander VI||18 August 1503 (age 72)||Last Borgia Pope||18 August 1503|
|Cuauhtémoc||1525 (age 27-28)||Last Aztec Emperor||13 August 1521|
|Don Mancio Serra de Leguízamo||18 September 1589 (aged 78)||Last known conquistador who participated in the capture of Atahualpa||16 November 1532|
|Atahualpa||26 July 1533 (aged 31)||Last Sapa Inca||26 July 1533|
|António, Prior of Crato||26 August 1595 (aged 64)||Last noble of the House of Aviz||31 January 1580|
|Mary Allerton||28 November 1699 (aged 83)||Last passenger of the Mayflower||11 November 1620|
|John Alden||12 September 1687 (aged 88)||Last signer of the Mayflower Compact|
|Richard Bellingham||7 December 1672 (aged 80)||Last signer of the Massachusetts Colonial Charter||4 March 1629|
|Gaspar de Bracamonte, 3rd Count of Peñaranda||14 December 1676 (aged ~81)||Last known diplomat of The Peace of Westphalia||24 October 1648|
|Edmund Ludlow||c.1692 (aged ~75)||Last regicide of Charles I of England||30 January 1649|
|Francisco Barreto de Meneses||21 January 1688 (aged ~72)||Last known commander Portuguese Brazilian of the Pernambuco Insurrection||16 February 1649|
|Sir Christopher Wren||8 March 1723 (aged 90)||Last founder of the Royal Society||28 November 1660|
|Françoise Marie de Bourbon||1 February 1749 (aged 72)||Last legitimate issue of Louis XIV of France||6 June 1678|
†According to the consensus of modern Biblical studies and 1st century historians, this distinction is not verifiable, but instead is to be considered accurate according to tradition.
|Peter the Great||8 February 1725 (aged 52)||Last Tsar of Russia and first Emperor of All Russia||22 October 1721|
|John Fortescue||9 May 1808 (aged 87)||Last sailor who took part in George Anson's voyage around the world||15 June 1744|
|George Dance the Younger||14 January 1825 (aged 83)||Last founder of the Royal Academy of Arts||10 December 1768|
|Isaac Smith||2 July 1831 (aged 78–79)||Last participant of James Cook's first voyage||12 July 1771|
|George Robert Twelves Hewes||5 November 1840 (aged 98)||Last survivor of the Boston Massacre||5 March 1770|
|Last participant of the Boston Tea party||16 December 1773|
|Ephraim Bowen||2 September 1841 (aged 88)||Last individual involved in the Gaspée Affair||10 June 1772|
|John Hatley||12 December 1832 (aged 69–70)||Last participant of James Cook's second voyage||30 July 1775|
|Charles Carroll||14 November 1832 (aged 95)||Last signer of the United States Declaration of Independence||4 July 1776|
|William Henry Harrison||4 April 1841 (aged 68)||Last President of the United States to be born a British subject|
|Conrad Heyer||19 February 1856 (aged 106)||Last person to have crossed the Delaware with George Washington||26 December 1776|
|Andrew Jackson||8 June 1845 (aged 78)||Last President of the United States to have served in the American Revolution||25 April 1781|
|Túpac Amaru II||18 May 1781 (aged 43)||Last surviving descendant of the Sapa Inca's||18 May 1781|
|John Jay||17 May 1829 (aged 83)||Last signer of the Treaty of Paris||3 September 1783|
|James Madison||28 June 1836 (aged 85)||Last signer of The United States Constitution||17 September 1787|
|Elizabeth Thackery||7 August 1856 (aged 89)||Last survivor of the First Fleet||20 January 1788|
|Barthélemy de Lesseps||4 June 1834 (aged 68)||Last partipant of the scientific expedition led by Jean-François de Galaup, comte de Lapérouse||1788|
|John Armstrong Jr.||1 April 1843 (aged 84)||Last delegate to the Continental Congress||2 March 1789|
|John Adams||5 March 1829 (aged 61)||Last mutineer of HMS Bounty||28 April 1789|
|Michel Eugène Chevreul||9 April 1889 (aged 102)||Last Frenchman scientist born before the French Revolution||5 May 1789|
|Nicolas Savin||29 November 1894 (aged 107)||Last known Frenchman born before the French Revolution|
|Padre Manuel Rodrigues da Costa||19 January 1844 (aged 89)||Last member of the Minas Gerais Conspiracy||15 June 1789|
|Arthur Dardenne||8 September 1872 (aged 95–96)||Last participant of the Storming of the Bastille||14 July 1789|
|Ludovico Manin||24 October 1802 (aged 77)||Last Doge of Venice||12 May 1797|
|Augusta Hejnek||1 March 1908 (aged 108)||Last known person born in the 1700s||31 December 1799|
|Salome Sellers||9 January 1909 (aged 108)||Last known person born in the 18th century||31 December 1800|
|Francis II||2 March 1835 (aged 67)||Last Holy Roman Emperor||6 August 1806|
|Patrick Gass||2 April 1870 (aged 98)||Last member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition||23 September 1806|
|Henry Benedict Stuart||13 July 1807 (aged 82)||Last surviving member of the House of Stuart||13 July 1807|
|James Madison||28 June 1836 (aged 85)||Last sitting President of the United States to lead American troops in battle||24 August 1814|
|James Buchanan||1 June 1868 (aged 77)||Last President of the United States to have served in the War of 1812||14 September 1814|
|Henry Goulburn||12 January 1856 (aged 71)||Last signer of the Treaty of Ghent||24 December 1814|
|André Marie Jean Jacques Dupin||11 August 1865 (aged 82)||Last delegate to the Congress of Vienna||June 1815|
|Seth Weeks||12 September 1887 (aged 84)||Last survivor of the sinking of the whaleship Essex||20 November 1820|
|Joaquim José de Sousa Breves||30 September 1889 (aged 85)||Last witness of the Cry of Ipiranga||7 September 1822|
|Benedetto Barberini||10 April 1863 (aged 74)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Pius VIII||31 March 1829|
|Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Gregory XVI and last cardinal created by Pope Leo XII||2 February 1831|
|Cesare Nembrini Pironi Gonzaga||5 December 1837 (aged 69)||Last cardinal created by Pope Pius VIII||30 November 1830|
|Laureano Tacuavé Martínez||c. 1850 (aged c. 41)||Last charrúa exhibited to the public as a circus attraction||11 November 1833|
|William Carroll Crawford||3 September 1895 (aged 90)||Last signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence||2 March 1836|
|Alijo Perez Jr.||21 October 1918 (aged 83)||Last Texian survivor of the Battle of the Alamo||6 March 1836|
|Thomas Patrickson||15 October 1914 (aged 85–86)||Last participant of the Second voyage of HMS Beagle||2 October 1836|
|Rebecca Tickaneesky Neugin||15 July 1932 (aged 97–98)||Last Cherokee survivor of the Trail of Tears||1839|
|Milvern Harrell||10 August 1910 (aged 86)||Last Texian survivor of the Dawson Massacre||17 September 1842|
|François X. Matthieu||4 February 1914 (aged 95)||Last participant at the Champoeg Meetings||2 May 1843|
|Friedrich Schwarzenberg||27 March 1885 (aged 75)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Pius IX and last cardinal created by Pope Gregory XVI||16 June 1846|
|Walter T. Avery||10 June 1904 (aged 90)||Last participant of the first official baseball game||19 June 1846|
|Margaret Isabella Breen McMahon||25 March 1935 (aged 89)||Last survivor of the Donner Party||29 April 1847|
|James Stephens Brown||25 March 1902 (aged 73)||Last witness to the discovery of Gold at Sutter's Mill||28 January 1848|
|Ulysses S. Grant||23 July 1885 (aged 63)||Last President of the United States to have served in the Mexican–American War||3 February 1848|
|Charlotte L. Woodward Peirce||15 March 1924 (aged 94)||Last participant in the Seneca Falls Convention||20 July 1848|
|Last signer of the Declaration of Sentiments|
|Thomas Kelly||14 April 1932 (aged 83)||Last survivor of the Birkenhead disaster||26 February 1852|
|Millard Fillmore||8 March 1874 (aged 74)||Last Whig President of the United States and last President who was neither a Democrat nor a Republican||4 March 1853|
|Edwin Hughes||18 April 1927 (aged 96)||Last participant in the Charge of the Light Brigade||25 October 1854|
|Bahadur Shah Zafar||7 November 1862 (aged 87)||Last Mughal Emperor||14 September 1857|
|Teodolfo Mertel||11 July 1899 (aged 93)||Last non-priest cardinal||15 March 1858|
|Pressley Corbin Hyman||20 June 1912 (aged 81)||Last witness to the Broderick–Terry duel||13 September 1859|
|Owen Brown||8 January 1889 (aged 64)||Last abolitionist present at John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry||18 October 1859|
|George Pilson||22 April 1916 (aged 73–74)||Last witness at Harpers Ferry|
|Redoshi||1937 (aged c. 100)||Last passenger of the slave ship Clotilde||9 July 1860|
|Georg Hermann Quincke||13 January 1924 (aged 89)||Last known attendee of the Karlsruhe Congress||5 September 1860|
|Samuel J. Seymour||12 April 1956 (aged 96)||Last witness present at Ford's Theater during the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln||14 April 1865|
|John Henry Coghill||Possibly 1942 (aged 90)||Last witness to the death of John Wilkes Booth||26 April 1865|
|Charles M. Eldridge||8 September 1941 (aged 96)||Last survivor of the Sultana disaster||27 April 1865|
|William McKinley||14 September 1901 (aged 58)||Last President of the United States to have served in the American Civil War||9 May 1865|
|John Henninger Reagan||6 March 1905 (aged 86)||Last cabinet member of the Confederate States of America||10 May 1865|
|Samuel Speed||8 November 1938 (aged 95)||Last surviving British convict sent to Australia||4 July 1866|
|Agustín de Iturbide y Green||3 March 1925 (aged 61)||Last member of the Imperial Court of the Second Mexican Empire||19 June 1867|
|Charles Tupper||30 October 1915 (aged 94)||Last Canadian father of Confederation||1 July 1867|
|Tokugawa Yoshinobu||22 November 1913 (aged 76)||Last Shōgun||19 November 1867|
|Cornelius Cole||3 November 1924 (aged 102)||Last United States Senator who participated in the impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson||26 May 1868|
|Matthew Jackson||4 February 1947 (aged 88)||Last participant involved in the escape of John Boyle O'Reilly||2 March 1869|
|George H. Large||15 August 1939 (aged 88)||Last participant of the first American football game||6 November 1869|
|Napoleon III||9 January 1873 (aged 64)||Last monarch of France||4 September 1870|
|Augustine Teissier||8 March 1981 (aged 112)||Last known subject of Napoleon III|
|Reginald Courtenay Welch||4 June 1939 (aged 87)||Last participant of the first English FA Cup Final||16 March 1872|
|James Wilson||6 November 1921 (aged 85)||Last Fenian prisoner who escaped the British penal colony of Western Australia on the Catalpa||19 April 1876|
|Herbert Swire||21 December 1934 (aged 84)||Last member of the Challenger expedition||24 May 1876|
|James Robert Cummins||9 July 1929 (aged 82)||Last member of the James-Younger Gang||7 September 1876|
|Mary Ann Mitchell (née Stammers)||27 July 1958 (aged 84)||Last survivor of the sinking of the SS Georgette||1 December 1876|
|Tom Garrett||6 August 1943 (aged 85)||Last player from the first official cricket test match||19 March 1877|
|Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano||7 December 1913 (aged 85)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Leo XIII and last cardinal created by Pope Pius IX||20 February 1878|
|Wyatt Earp||13 January 1929 (aged 80)||Last participant of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral||26 October 1881|
|Pete Spence||1914 (aged 61–62)||Last member of the Cochise County Cowboys||1882|
|Alphonse Chodron de Courcel||17 August 1919 (aged 84)||Last participant of the Berlin Conference||26 February 1885|
|James Stockley||5 March 1954 (aged 91)||Last policeman to work on the Jack the Ripper case||1888|
|Danny Ryan||31 December 1966 (aged 96)||Last member of the Tipperary hurling team that won the first All-Ireland Championship||1 April 1888|
|Armand Hippolyte Louis Fizeau||18 September 1896 (aged 76)||Last of the 72 people whose names are inscribed on the Eiffel Tower||31 March 1889|
|Frank Shomo||20 March 1997 (aged 108)||Last survivor of the Johnstown Flood||31 May 1889|
|Pedro II of Brazil||5 December 1891 (aged 66)||Last Emperor of Brazil||15 November 1889|
|Louisa Motley (née Yellow Shield)||1 May 1979 (aged 95)||Last survivor of the Wounded Knee Massacre||29 December 1890|
|Dr. Ernest Gotthold Hildner||1 July 1968 (aged 94)||Last participant of the first basketball game ever played||21 December 1891|
|Michael Shonsey||5 August 1954 (aged 89)||Last veteran of the Johnson County War||24 May 1893|
|Dimitrios Loundras||15 February 1970 (aged 84)||Last known competitor at the 1896 Summer Olympics||15 April 1896|
|Manu Ruma||April 1961 (aged 87)||Last veteran of the Dog Tax War||5 May 1898|
|George Fox||27 December 1964 (aged 86)||Last survivor of the sinking of the USS Maine||15 February 1898|
|Emma Bear||13 July 2001 (aged 103)||Last American Indian survivor of the Battle of Sugar Point||5 October 1898|
|Jan Van Mirlo||3 June 1964 (aged 87)||Last member of the Belgian Antarctic Expedition||5 November 1899|
|Emma Morano||15 April 2017 (aged 117)||Last person verified to have been born in the 1890s||31 December 1899|
|Last subject of King Umberto I||29 July 1900|
|Maude Conic||14 November 2004 (aged 105–106)||Last survivor of the Galveston Hurricane of 1900||12 September 1900|
|Lucien Démanet||16 March 1979 (aged 104)||Last participant in the 1900 Summer Olympics||28 October 1900|
|Nabi Tajima||21 April 2018 (aged 117)||Last person verified to have been born in the 19th century||31 December 1900|
|Prince Wolfgang of Hesse||12 July 1989 (aged 92)||Last descendant of Queen Victoria born during her lifetime||22 January 1901|
|Violet Brown||15 September 2017 (aged 117)||Last known subject of Queen Victoria|
|Laura Bullion||2 December 1961 (aged 85)||Last member of the Wild Bunch gang||2 April 1901|
|Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen||10 February 1923 (aged 77)||Last laureate of the First Nobel Prize ceremony.||10 December 1901|
|Léon Compère-Léandre||1936 (aged 62)||Last known survivor on the shore of Saint-Pierre during the eruption of Mount Pelée||8 May 1902|
|Irénise Moulonguet||28 May 2013 (aged 112)||Last witness to the eruption of Mount Pelée|
|Gladys Verquin (née Ennis)||20 March 1993 (aged 91)||Last survivor of the Frank Slide||29 April 1903|
|Roscinda Nolasquez||4 February 1987 (aged 94)||Last speaker of Cupeño and last survivor of the removal of the Cupeño to Pala, California, the final of the Federal Indian Removals||13 May 1903|
|Lev Skrbenský z Hříště||24 December 1938 (aged 75)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Pius X and last cardinal created by Pope Leo XIII||4 August 1903|
|Jennings J. Dunlap||20 September 1964 (aged 84–85)||Last survivor of the Wreck of the Old 97||27 September 1903|
|Freddy Parent||2 November 1972 (aged 96)||Last player of the 1903 World Series||13 October 1903|
|Broncho Billy Anderson||20 January 1971 (aged 90)||Last surviving cast member of The Great Train Robbery||1 December 1903|
|Johnny Moore||28 February 1952 (aged 66)||Last witness of the Wright Brothers' first heavier than air flight||17 December 1903|
|Verde Clark Graff||3 July 1989 (aged 97)||Last survivor of the Iroquois Theatre fire||30 December 1903|
|Adella Wotherspoon||26 January 2004 (aged 100)||Last and youngest survivor of the General Slocum disaster||15 June 1904|
|Michael Barne||31 May 1961 (aged 83)||Last participant of the Discovery Expedition||10 September 1904|
|John Dellert||3 February 1985 (aged 100)||Last participant in the 1904 Summer Olympics||23 November 1904|
|Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark||16 October 1997 (aged 94)||Last descendant of Christian IX of Denmark born during his lifetime||29 January 1906|
|William Del Monte||11 January 2016 (aged 109)||Last known survivor of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake||18 April 1906|
|Vahram Papazyan||6 March 1986 (aged 93)||Last participant in the 1906 Intercalated Games||2 May 1906|
|Dorsie Williams Willis||24 August 1977 (aged 91)||Last soldier accused in the Brownsville Affair||13 August 1906|
|Brian Evans-Lombe||31 January 1994 (aged 100)||Last participant of the Brownsea Island Scout camp, the founding event of the Scout movement||8 August 1907|
|Willem Winkelman||1 July 1990 (aged 102)||Last participant in the 1908 Summer Olympics||31 October 1908|
|Francesca Nato||16 April 2017 (aged 110)||Last known survivor of the 1908 Messina earthquake||28 December 1908|
|Philip Brocklehurst||28 January 1975 (aged 87)||Last member of Shackleton's Nimrod Expedition||23 March 1909|
|Olav V of Norway||17 January 1991 (aged 87)||Last descendant of Edward VII born during his lifetime||6 May 1910|
|Sunjong||24 April 1926 (aged 52)||Last Emperor of Korea and last leader of a free united Korean state||29 August 1910|
|Mary Jo Estep||19 December 1992 (aged 82–83)||Last survivor of the Battle of Kelley Creek||25 February 1911|
|Rose Freedman||15 February 2001 (aged 107)||Last survivor of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire||25 March 1911|
|Ishi||25 March 1916 (aged 55)||Last known member of the Native American Yahi people, the last uncontacted peoples of the United States||29 August 1911|
|Georges Hostelet||4 November 1960 (aged 85)||Last attendee of the First Solvay Conference||3 November 1911|
|Zhang Rentian||29 April 1995 (aged 107)||Last Scholar of Imperial China||12 February 1912|
|Sid Daniels||25 May 1983 (aged 89)||Last crew member of the RMS Titanic||15 April 1912|
|Millvina Dean||31 May 2009 (aged 97)||Last and youngest survivor of the sinking of RMS Titanic|
|Jalmari Kivenheimo||29 October 1994 (aged 105)||Last participant in the 1912 Summer Olympics||22 July 1912|
|Ermenia Daley (née Padilla)||14 March 2019 (aged 105)||Last survivor of the Ludlow Massacre||20 April 1914|
|Grace Hanagan (Martyn)||15 May 1995 (aged 87)||Last survivor of the sinking of the RMS Empress of Ireland||29 May 1914|
|Vaso Čubrilović||11 June 1990 (aged 93)||Last participant in the conspiracy to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand||28 June 1914|
|Alexander Bernard Heron||24 January 2000 (aged 105)||Last worker involved in the construction of the Panama Canal||15 August 1914|
|Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte||16 February 1948 (aged 96)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Benedict XV and last cardinal created by Pope Pius X||3 September 1914|
|Alfred Anderson||21 November 2005 (aged 109)||Last known holder of the 1914 Star||22 November 1914|
|Last known combatant to participate in the Christmas truce of 1914||24 December 1914|
|Last Scottish veteran of World War I||11 November 1918|
|Audrey Warren Lawson-Johnston (née Pearl)||11 January 2011 (aged 95)||Last survivor of the sinking of the RMS Lusitania||7 May 1915|
|Marion Eichholz||24 November 2014 (aged 102)||Last survivor of the capsizing of the SS Eastland||24 July 1915|
|George Perman||24 May 2000 (aged 99)||Last survivor of the sinking of the HMHS Britannic||21 November 1916|
|Hank Mann||25 November 1971 (aged 83)||Last surviving member of the Keystone Cops||1917|
|Richard W. Richards||8 May 1985 (aged 91)||Last member of the British Trans-Antarctic Expedition||29 May 1917|
|Puyi||17 October 1967 (aged 61)||Last Emperor of China||12 July 1917|
|Lúcia Santos||13 February 2005 (aged 97)||Last of the three children who claimed to have spoken to Our Lady of Fátima||13 October 1917|
|Lazar Kaganovich||25 July 1991 (aged 97)||Last Old Bolshevik to participate in the October Revolution||7 November 1917|
|Boris Gudz||27 December 2006 (aged 104)||Last participant of the October Revolution|
|Henry Allingham||18 July 2009 (aged 113)||Last member of the RNAS and last founding member of the Royal Air Force||1 April 1918|
|Edward Smout||22 June 2004 (aged 106)||Last witness to the death of the Red Baron||21 April 1918|
|Juan Filloy||15 July 2000 (aged 105)||Last student who took part in the Argentine university reform of 1918||12 October 1918|
|Wilhelm Gisbert Groos||1997 (aged 102–103)||Last member of Jasta 11 and possibly last German flying ace of World War I||29 October 1918|
|Harry Patch||25 July 2009 (aged 111)||Last British Army veteran of World War I||11 November 1918|
(End of World War I)
|Last trench warfare veteran of World War I|
|James William Pearson||26 January 1993 (aged 97)||Last American World War I flying ace, served with the Royal Air Force|
|Albert Wagner||20 January 2007 (aged 107)||Last U.S. Marine veteran of World War I|
|Arthur Raymond Brooks||17 July 1991 (aged 95)||Last Air Service, United States Army flying ace of World War I|
|Alexander P. de Seversky||24 August 1974 (aged 80)||Last Russian Empire flying ace of World War I|
|Alfred Pugh||7 January 2004 (aged 108)||Last United States combat veteran wounded in World War I|
|Florence Green||5 February 2012 (aged 110)||Last participant of World War I and last member of the original Royal Air Force; the Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF)|
|Harry Truman||26 December 1972 (aged 88)||Last former President of the United States to have served during World War I|
|Mike Mansfield||5 October 2001 (aged 98)||Last former member of the United States Congress to have served during World War I|
|Harold Macmillan||29 December 1986 (aged 92)||Last former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to have served during World War I|
|John Diefenbaker||16 August 1979 (aged 83)||Last former Prime Minister of Canada to have served during World War I|
|John McEwen||20 November 1980 (aged 80)||Last former Prime Minister of Australia to have served during World War I|
|Charles De Gaulle||9 November 1970 (aged 79)||Last former President of France to have served during World War I|
|Charles I of Austria||1 April 1922 (aged 34)||Last Emperor of Austria|
|Ludwig Erhard||5 May 1977 (aged 80)||Last former Chancellor of Germany to have served during World War I|
|Gustav Heinemann||7 July 1976 (aged 76)||Last former President of Germany to have served during World War I|
|Otto von Habsburg||4 July 2011 (aged 98)||Last member of the Imperial Habsburg Court|
|Albert Marshall||16 May 2005 (aged 108)||Last British cavalryman of World War I|
|Cecil Arthur Lewis||27 January 1997 (aged 98)||Last British flying ace of World War I|
|Raul Fernandes||6 January 1968 (aged 90)||Last signer of the Treaty of Versailles||28 June 1919|
|Vittorio Emanuele Orlando||1 December 1952 (aged 92)||Last Big Four leader|
|Swede Risberg||13 October 1975 (aged 81)||Last person involved in the Black Sox Scandal||9 October 1919|
|Aileen Riggin||17 October 2002 (aged 96)||Last participant in the 1920 Summer Olympics||12 September 1920|
|Peter Casserly||24 June 2005 (aged 107)||Last member of the First Australian Imperial Force||1 April 1921|
|Olivia Hooker||21 November 2018 (aged 103)||Last survivor of the Tulsa race riot||1 June 1921|
|Dan Keating||2 October 2007 (aged 105)||Last surviving veteran of the Irish War of Independence||11 July 1921|
|Michael von Faulhaber||12 June 1952 (aged 83)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Pius XI and last cardinal created by Pope Benedict XV||6 February 1922|
|Altino Gomes da Silva||23 March 1996 (aged 91)||Last survivor of the 18 of the Copacabana Fort revolt||6 July 1922|
|Mary Hall Daniels||2 May 2018 (aged 98)||Last known survivor of the Rosewood massacre||7 January 1923|
|Evelyn Beauchamp||31 January 1980 (aged 79)||Last witness of the opening of Tutankhamun's tomb||16 February 1923|
|Gene Bruce||6 December 2005 (aged 98)||Last survivor of the Honda Point Disaster||8 September 1923|
|Emil Klein||22 February 2010 (aged 104)||Last participant of Adolf Hitler's unsuccessful Beer Hall Putsch||9 November 1923|
|Cecil Smith||9 November 1997 (aged 89)||Last participant in the 1924 Winter Olympics||5 February 1924|
|Dürrüşehvar Sultan||7 February 2006 (aged 92)||Last member of the Imperial Ottoman Court||3 March 1924|
|Ivo Pavelić||22 February 2011 (aged 103)||Last participant in the 1924 Summer Olympics||27 July 1924|
|Edgar Nollner||15 January 1999 (aged 94)||Last musher of the 1925 serum run to Nome||2 February 1925|
|Thomas J. Brewer||16 August 2003 (aged 82–83)||Last participant in the Scopes Trial||21 July 1925|
|George Lascelles, 7th Earl of Harewood||11 July 2011 (aged 88)||Last descendant of Queen Alexandra born during her lifetime||20 November 1925|
|Louis de Broglie||19 March 1987 (aged 94)||Last attendee of the Fifth Solvay Conference||29 October 1927|
|Hans Kleppen||12 April 2009 (aged 102)||Last participant in the 1928 Winter Olympics||19 February 1928|
|Last participant in the 1932 Winter Olympics||15 February 1932|
|Clara Marangoni||18 January 2018 (aged 102)||Last participant in the 1928 Summer Olympics||12 August 1928|
|Janet Gaynor||14 September 1984 (aged 77)||Last award winner of the 1st Academy Awards||16 May 1929|
|Mary Pickford||29 May 1979 (aged 87)||Last award winner of the 2nd Academy Awards||3 April 1930|
|Norman D. Vaughan||23 December 2005 (aged 100)||Last member of Richard Byrd's 1928 expedition to Antarctica||18 June 1930|
|Francisco Varallo||30 August 2010 (aged 100)||Last player from the 1930 FIFA World Cup in Uruguay||30 July 1930|
|Rachel Johnson||7 April 2016 (aged 93)||Last St. Kildan||29 August 1930|
|Alfred Cook||7 November 1998 (aged 91)||Last known survivor of the R101 disaster||5 October 1930|
|Venceslau Brás Pereira Gomes||15 May 1966 (aged 98)||Last President of First Brazilian Republic||24 October 1930|
|Nair de Teffé von Hoonholtz||10 June 1981 (aged 95)||Last First Lady of First Brazilian Republic|
|Norma Shearer||12 June 1983 (aged 80)||Last award winner of the 3rd Academy Awards||5 November 1930|
|Alf Howard||4 July 2010 (aged 104)||Last member of the BANZARE expedition to Antarctica||19 March 1931|
|Clarence Norris||27 January 1989 (aged 75–76)||Last Scottsboro Boy||25 March 1931|
|Floyd Crosby||30 September 1985 (aged 85)||Last award winner of the 4th Academy Awards||10 November 1931|
|Albert H. Wolff||21 March 1998 (aged 95)||Last member of the Untouchables||1931|
|Doris Eaton Travis||11 May 2010 (aged 106)||Last Ziegfeld girl|
|George Haigh||23 April 2019 (aged 103)||Last participant in the Mass trespass of Kinder Scout||24 April 1932|
|Simone Schaller||20 October 2016 (aged 104)||Last participant in the 1932 Summer Olympics||14 August 1932|
|Josef Felder||28 October 2000 (aged 100)||Last Reichstag member to vote against the Nazi Enabling Act of 1933||23 March 1933|
|Moody E. Erwin||20 October 1989 (aged 85)||Last survivor of the USS Akron disaster||3 April 1933|
|Jennings Randolph||8 May 1998 (aged 96)||Last member of the United States Congress to vote during the First 100 Days||11 June 1933|
|Lyle Talbot||2 March 1996 (aged 94)||Last founding member of the Screen Actors Guild||12 July 1933|
|Errie Ball||2 July 2014 (aged 103)||Last participant in the 1934 Masters Tournament||25 March 1934|
|Edd L. Miller||18 September 2000 (aged 87)||Last witness to the shooting of Bonnie and Clyde||23 May 1934|
|Thomas J. Conner||14 April 1997 (aged 90–91)||Last member of the FBI team that killed John Dillinger||22 July 1934|
|Jerry Edgerton||14 September 2013 (aged 99)||Last survivor of the SS Morro Castle disaster||8 September 1934|
|Bill Eiserman||Living||Last witness to the Battle of Barrington||27 November 1934|
|Lü Zhengcao||13 October 2009 (aged 105)||Last witness of the Xi'an Incident||26 December 1936|
|Werner Franz||13 August 2014 (aged 92)||Last crew member to survive the Hindenburg disaster||6 May 1937|
|Werner Gustav Doehner||8 November 2019 (aged 90)||Last passenger to survive the Hindenburg disaster|
|Walter Walsh||29 April 2014 (aged 106)||Last member of the FBI teams that captured Arthur Barker and killed Al Brady||12 October 1937|
|Fon Huffman||4 September 2008 (aged 95)||Last survivor of the USS Panay incident||12 December 1937|
|William Herz||10 May 2016 (aged 99)||Last cast member of The War of the Worlds radio drama||30 October 1938|
|Con Shiels||3 January 2013 (aged 96)||Last participant in the Jarrow March||31 October 1938|
|Manuel Gonçalves Cerejeira||2 August 1977 (aged 88)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Pius XII and last cardinal created by Pope Pius XI||2 March 1939|
|Moon Mullen||28 February 2013 (aged 96)||Last member of the first winners of the NCAA March Madness, the 1938 Oregon Webfoots||27 March 1939|
|Kazimierz Świtalski||28 December 1962 (aged 76)||Last Prime Minister of the Second Polish Republic||20 September 1939|
|Arthur Smith||10 December 2016 (aged 93–94)||Last survivor of the sinking of the HMS Royal Oak||14 October 1939|
|Emilio Ochoa||27 June 2007 (aged 99)||Last signer of the 1940 Constitution of Cuba||1 July 1940|
|Robert R. Johnson||Living (age 98)||Last survivor of the United States Antarctic Service Expedition||22 March 1941|
|Ted Briggs||4 October 2008 (aged 85)||Last survivor of the sinking of the HMS Hood||24 May 1941|
|Donald "Nick" Clifford||23 November 2019 (aged 98)||Last worker who participated in the construction of Mount Rushmore||31 October 1941|
|Edwin Arthur Hall||18 October 2004 (aged 95)||Last member of the United States Congress to vote on the United States declaration of war on Japan||8 December 1941|
|Gerhard Klopfer||29 January 1987 (aged 81)||Last attendant of the Wannsee Conference||20 January 1942|
|David Stoliar||1 May 2014 (aged 91)||Last survivor of the Struma disaster||24 February 1942|
|Rudolf Brazda||3 August 2011 (aged 98)||Last concentration camp survivor deported by Nazi Germany on charges of homosexuality||8 August 1942|
|Tuomas Gerdt||Living (age 97)||Last recipient of the Mannerheim Cross||8 September 1942|
|Orrel Glenn Cecil||4 November 2010 (aged 90)||Last survivor of the sinking of the USS Juneau||13 November 1942|
|Havala Laula||24 December 2017 (aged 92)||Last known member of the Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels during the Kokoda Track campaign||16 November 1942|
|Bill Sparks||1 December 2002 (aged 80)||Last member of the Cockleshell Heroes||12 December 1942|
|Joachim Rønneberg||21 October 2018 (aged 99)||Last officer of Operation Gunnerside||16 February 1943|
|Traute Lafrenz||Living (age 100)||Last member of the White Rose||18 February 1943|
|Marek Edelman||2 October 2009 (aged 86–87)||Last leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising||16 May 1943|
|Aliza Melamed Vitis-Shomron||Living (age 90–91)||Last participant of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising|
|Les Munro||4 August 2015 (aged 96)||Last pilot of Operation Chastise in World War II||17 May 1943|
|Johnny Johnson||Living (age 98)||Last participant of Operation Chastise in World War II|
|Samuel Willenberg||19 February 2016 (aged 93)||Last participant in the revolt at the Treblinka extermination camp||2 August 1943|
|Gerard Zinser||21 August 2001 (aged 83)||Last crewman of Motor Torpedo Boat PT-109|
|Simjon Rosenfeld||3 June 2019 (aged 96)||Last survivor of the Sobibor uprising||14 October 1943|
|Frank Ellis Sublett||27 September 2006 (aged 86)||Last member of the Golden Thirteen||March 1944|
|Richard Sidney Albion Churchill||13 February 2019 (aged 99)||Last prisoner who participated in the Great Escape from Stalag Luft III||25 March 1944|
|Clifford Brewer||29 April 2017 (aged 104)||Last surgeon involved in the Normandy landings||6 June 1944|
|David Wood||12 March 2009 (aged 86)||Last officer of Operation Deadstick during the Normandy landings|
|Robert Hébras||Living (age 94)||Last survivor of the Oradour-sur-Glane massacre||10 June 1944|
|Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist-Schmenzin||8 March 2013 (aged 90)||Last participant of the 20 July plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler||20 July 1944|
|Miep Gies||11 January 2010 (aged 100)||Last member of the group which hid Anne Frank in the Secret Annex||4 August 1944|
|Teruo Murakami||Living (age 98)||Last participant of the Cowra breakout||5 August 1944|
|Bill Leibold||Living (age 94–95)||Last survivor of the sinking of the USS Tang||25 October 1944|
|Joe Medicine Crow||3 April 2016 (aged 102)||Last war chief of the Crow Nation and last Plains Indian war chief||1945|
|Charles W. Lindberg||24 June 2007 (aged 86)||Last Marine in the Iwo Jima Flag Raisings||23 February 1945|
|Rochus Misch||5 September 2013 (aged 96)||Last member of the SS-Begleitkommando des Führers and last occupant of the Führerbunker during the Battle of Berlin||30 April 1945|
|Luciano "Louis" C. Graziano||Living (age 96)||Last witness to the German Surrender ceremony||7 May 1945|
|Rudolf Hess||17 August 1987 (aged 93)||Last cabinet member of the Third Reich||8 May 1945|
|Walter Scheel||24 August 2016 (aged 97)||Last German president to have served in World War II|
|Helmut Schmidt||10 November 2015 (aged 96)||Last Chancellor of Germany to have served in World War II|
|Helmut Kohl||16 June 2017 (aged 87)||Last Chancellor of Germany who was a member of the Hitler Youth|
|Harold Stassen||4 March 2001 (aged 93)||Last signer of the United Nations Charter||26 June 1945|
|Theodore Van Kirk||28 July 2014 (aged 93)||Last crew member of the Enola Gay||6 August 1945|
|Russell Gackenbach||Living (age 93)||Last crew member of the Necessary Evil||9 August 1945|
|Chester Nez||4 June 2014 (aged 93)||Last Navajo code talker||2 September 1945|
(End of World War II)
|Levi Oakes||28 May 2019 (aged 94)||Last Mohawk code talker|
|Earl C. Acuff||13 February 2013 (aged 94)||Last member of Castner's Cutthroats|
|Robert Kenneth Kaufman||10 February 2019 (aged 99)||Last American officer present at the Surrender of Japan on board the USS Missouri|
|Bruce Fraser, 1st Baron Fraser of North Cape||12 February 1981 (aged 93)||Last signer of the Japanese Instrument of Surrender|
|Claude Choules||5 May 2011 (aged 110)||Last veteran of both World War I and World War II|
|George H. W. Bush||30 November 2018 (aged 94)||Last United States President to have served in World War II overseas|
|Edward Heath||17 July 2005 (aged 89)||Last British Prime Minister to have served in World War II|
|Pierre Trudeau||28 September 2000 (aged 80)||Last Canadian Prime Minister to have served in World War II|
|Gough Whitlam||21 October 2014 (aged 98)||Last Australian Prime Minister to have served in World War II|
|Ninian Stephen||29 October 2017 (aged 94)||Last Governor-General of a Commonwealth realm to have served in World War II|
|John William Vessey Jr.||18 August 2016 (aged 94)||Last Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to have served in World War II|
|John Paul Stevens||16 July 2019 (aged 99)||Last United States Supreme Court Justice to have served in World War II|
|Prem Tinsulanonda||26 May 2019 (aged 98)||Last Thai prime minister to have served in World War II|
|Yasuhiro Nakasone||29 November 2019 (aged 101)||Last Japanese Prime Minister to have served in World War II|
|Valéry Giscard d'Estaing||Living (age 93)||Last French President to have served in World War II|
|Giorgio Napolitano||Living (age 94)||Last Italian President to have served in World War II|
|Jimmy Carter||Living (age 95)||Last United States President to have served in World War II stateside (received World War II Victory Medal) and to be born before World War II|
|Betty McIntosh||8 June 2015 (aged 100)||Last woman assigned to the Morale Operations Branch of the OSS in World War II||20 September 1945|
|Edward Shames||Living (age 97)||Last officer of Easy Company, 2nd Battalion in World War II||30 November 1945|
|Victor Emmanuel III of Italy||28 December 1947 (aged 78)||Last King of Albania||9 May 1946|
|Umberto II||18 March 1983 (aged 78)||Last King of Italy||12 June 1946|
|Simeon II||Living (age 82)||Last Tsar of Bulgaria||15 September 1946|
|Benjamin Ferencz||Living (age 99)||Last prosecutor during the Nuremberg Trials||1 October 1946|
|Patricia Neal||8 August 2010 (aged 84)||Last award winner of the 1st Tony Awards||6 April 1947|
|Sam Schulman||5 July 2019 (aged 90)||Last American crew member aboard the SS Exodus||11 July 1947|
|Knut Haugland||25 December 2009 (aged 92)||Last crew member on the Kon-Tiki expedition||7 August 1947|
|Ring Lardner Jr.||31 October 2000 (aged 85)||Last member of the Hollywood Ten||25 November 1947|
|Clarence Beavers||4 December 2017 (aged 96)||Last member of the Triple Nickles||15 December 1947|
|Michael I||5 December 2017 (aged 96)||Last King of Romania||30 December 1947|
|Brajraj Mahapatra||30 November 2015 (aged 94)||Last royal to sign the merger agreement with the Indian state||1947|
|Maharaja Tej Singh Prabhakar||15 February 2009 (aged 97)||Last recipient of the Order of the Star of India|
|Mayurdwajsinhji Meghrajji III||1 August 2010 (aged 87)||Last recipient of the Order of the Indian Empire|
|Gopal Godse||26 November 2005 (aged 86)||Last conspirator involved in the assassination of Gandhi||30 January 1948|
|Arieh Handler||20 May 2011 (aged 95)||Last witness to the signing of the Israeli Declaration of Independence||14 May 1948|
|Hernán Santa Cruz||1999 (aged 92–93)||Last member of the Drafting Committee of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights||10 December 1948|
|Frank Mundy||15 May 2009 (aged 90)||Last driver of the inaugural 1949 NASCAR Series||16 October 1949|
|Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma||27 August 1979 (aged 79)||Last Governor-General of India||26 January 1950|
|Tony Rolt||6 February 2008 (aged 89)||Last driver in the first World Championship Grand Prix||13 May 1950|
|Alcides Ghiggia||16 July 2015 (aged 88)||Last player in the Uruguay v Brazil (1950 FIFA World Cup)||16 July 1950|
|Robert Manzon||19 January 2015 (aged 97)||Last driver to take part in the inaugural FIA World Championship of Drivers||3 September 1950|
|Omar Bradley||8 April 1981 (aged 88)||Last General of the Army and last American to hold a Five-star rank||22 September 1950|
|Andor Lilienthal||5 August 2010 (aged 99)||Last of the original FIDE chess grandmasters||1950|
|Morton Sobell||26 December 2018 (aged 101)||Last defendant in the Rosenberg spy trial||5 April 1951|
|Andrew Fitzgerald||15 November 2018 (aged 86)||Last Coast Guard rescuer involved in the S.S. Pendleton rescue||18 February 1952|
|Reginald Kray||1 October 2000 (aged 66)||Last prisoner of the Tower of London||March 1952|
|Kanchha Sherpa||Living (age 86–87)||Last member of the 1953 British Everest Expedition||29 May 1953|
|William Kelly Harrison, Jr.||29 May 1987 (aged 91)||Last signer of the Korean Armistice Agreement||27 July 1953|
|Paik Sun-yup||Living (age 99)||Last South Korean commander in the Korean War|
|Jackie Sewell||26 September 2016 (aged 89)||Last player in the Match of the Century||25 November 1953|
|Kenneth A. Roberts||9 May 1989 (aged 76)||Last wounded congressman in the 1954 United States Capitol shooting incident||1 March 1954|
|Rafael Cancel Miranda||Living (age 89)||Last perpetrator in the 1954 United States Capitol shooting incident|
|Zelma Henderson||20 May 2008 (aged 88)||Last plaintiff in the Brown v. Board of Education case||17 May 1954|
|Horst Eckel||Living (age 87)||Last player of the 1954 FIFA World Cup Final||4 July 1954|
|Peter Carington, 6th Baron Carrington||9 July 2018 (aged 99)||Last member of the Churchill, Eden, and Macmillan ministry||7 April 1955|
|Richard Harding Poff||27 June 2011 (aged 87)||Last signer of the Southern Manifesto||12 March 1956|
|Iskander Mirza||13 November 1969 (aged 80)||Last Governor-General of Pakistan||23 March 1956|
|Jerry Lee Lewis||Living (age 84)||Last member of the Million Dollar Quartet||4 December 1956|
|Maurice Faure||6 March 2014 (aged 92)||Last signer of the Treaty of Rome||25 March 1957|
|Krachang Tularak||23 June 2009 (aged 96)||Last member of Khana Ratsadon||16 September 1957|
|Paul-Émile Léger||13 November 1991 (aged 87)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope John XXIII and last cardinal created by Pope Pius XII||28 October 1958|
|Bill Hastie||Living (age 100)||Last survivor of the Knox Mine Disaster||22 January 1959|
|Boris Volynov||Living (age 84)||Last living member of the First Squad of Soviet Cosmonauts||7 March 1960|
|Kurt Diemberger||Living (age 87)||Last person to make the first ascents on two mountains over 8,000 metres||25 May 1960|
|William Hare, 5th Earl of Listowel||12 March 1997 (aged 90)||Last Governor-General of Ghana||1 July 1960|
|Viktor Ponedelnik||Living (age 82)||Last winner of the 1960 European Nations' Cup, the inaugural UEFA European Championship|
|Sander Vanocur||16 September 2019 (aged 91)||Last on-screen participant in the first Kennedy-Nixon presidential debate||26 September 1960|
|C. R. Swart||16 July 1982 (aged 87)||Last Governor-General of South Africa||30 April 1961|
|Antonio Imbert Barrera||31 May 2016 (aged 95)||Last participant in the assassination of Rafael Trujillo||30 May 1961|
|Richard Turnbull||21 December 1998 (aged 89)||Last Governor-General of Tanganyika||9 December 1962|
|John Glenn||8 December 2016 (aged 95)||Last astronaut from Project Mercury||16 May 1963|
|Valentina Tereshkova||Living (age 82)||Last cosmonaut who flew in a Vostok mission||19 June 1963|
|Franz König||13 March 2004 (aged 98)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope Paul VI and last cardinal created by Pope John XXIII||21 June 1963|
|Tommy Wisbey||30 December 2016 (aged 86)||Last known participant in the Great Train Robbery||8 August 1963|
|John Lewis||Living (age 79)||Last speaker at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and last member of the Big Six||28 August 1963|
|Nnamdi Azikiwe||11 May 1996 (aged 91)||Last Governor-General of Nigeria||1 October 1963|
|Walter Coutts||4 November 1988 (aged 75)||Last Governor-General of Uganda||9 October 1963|
|Clint Hill||Living (age 87)||Last passenger of John F. Kennedy's presidential limousine after Kennedy was shot||22 November 1963|
|James Ramsden||Living (age 96)||Last Secretary of State for War||1 April 1964|
|Birch Bayh||14 March 2019 (aged 91)||Last United States Senator to vote on the Civil Rights Act of 1964||19 June 1964|
|Gerald Ford||26 December 2006 (aged 93)||Last member of the Warren Commission||24 September 1964|
|Malcolm MacDonald||11 January 1981 (aged 79)||Last Governor-General of Kenya||12 December 1964|
|Laurel Goodwin||Living (age 77)||Last credited or speaking performer in the original pilot of Star Trek||18 January 1965|
|Alexei Leonov||11 October 2019 (aged 85)||Last member of the Voskhod programme||19 March 1965|
|Glyn Smallwood Jones||10 June 1992 (aged 84)||Last Governor-General of Malawi||6 July 1966|
|Stylianos Pattakos||8 October 2016 (aged 103)||Last leader of the 1967 Greek coup d'état and subsequent military junta||21 April 1967|
|Waldemar Levy Cardoso||13 May 2009 (aged 108)||Last Marshal of Brasil||1967|
|Fred R. Harris||Living (age 89)||Last living member of the Kerner Commission||29 February 1968|
|Walter Cunningham||Living (age 87)||Last crew member of Apollo 7||22 October 1968|
|Joe Engle||Living (age 87)||Last X-15 pilot||24 October 1968|
|Ralph Leonard Starkey||2 February 2019 (aged 91)||Last survivor of the Farmington Mine No.9 Disaster||20 November 1968|
|Thomas P. Stafford||Living (age 89)||Last crew member of Apollo 10||26 May 1969|
|Alan Bean||26 May 2018 (aged 86)||Last crew member of Apollo 12||24 November 1969|
|Joe DeRita||3 July 1993 (aged 83)||Last surviving member of The Three Stooges||5 February 1970|
|Farimang Mamadi Singateh||19 May 1977 (aged 64)||Last Governor-General of the Gambia||24 April 1970|
|James Cross||Living (age 98)||Last kidnapping victim of the Front de libération du Québec during the October Crisis||28 December 1970|
|Jacques Rose||Living (age 72)||Last perpetrator of the October Crisis|
|Edgar Mitchell||4 February 2016 (aged 85)||Last crew member of Apollo 14||9 February 1971|
|William Gopallawa||31 January 1981 (aged 84)||Last Governor-General of Ceylon||22 May 1972|
|Ernest Hendon||16 January 2004 (aged 96)||Last survivor of the Tuskegee syphilis experiment||November 1972|
|Harrison Schmitt||Living (age 84)||Last crew member of Apollo 17||19 December 1972|
|Constantine II||Living (age 78)||Last King of Greece||1 June 1973|
|Joseph P. Kerwin||Living (age 87)||Last crew member of Skylab 2, the first manned mission to Skylab||22 June 1973|
|Jack R. Lousma||Living (age 83)||Last crew member of Skylab 3||25 September 1973|
|Last crew member of STS-3||30 March 1982|
|William Ruckelshaus||27 November 2019 (aged 87)||Last government official involved in the Saturday Night Massacre||20 October 1973|
|Lowell Weicker||Living (age 88)||Last living member of the United States Senate Watergate Committee||27 June 1974|
|Nguyễn Văn Thiệu||29 September 2001 (aged 78)||Last former President of South Vietnam||30 April 1975|
|Khamtai Siphandon||Living (age 95)||Last Pathet Lao leader in the Vietnam War|
|Ronald Reagan||5 June 2004 (aged 93)||Last member of the Rockefeller Commission||1975|
|Tôn Đức Thắng||30 March 1980 (aged 91)||Last President of North Vietnam||2 July 1976|
|Yao Wenyuan||23 December 2005 (aged 74)||Last member of China's Gang of Four||6 October 1976|
|Ollie Johnston||14 April 2008 (aged 95)||Last of Walt Disney's Nine Old Men||22 June 1977|
|Larry Newman||20 December 2010 (aged 63)||Last crew member of the Double Eagle II||17 August 1978|
|Pope Benedict XVI||Living (age 92)||Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope John Paul I||26 August 1978|
|Last participant in the conclave that elected Pope John Paul II, and last cardinal created by Pope Paul VI||16 October 1978|
|Luz Isabel Cuevas||6 May 2014 (aged 91)||Last witness to the assassination of El Salvadorian bishop Óscar Romero||24 March 1980|
|Robert Crippen||Living (age 82)||Last crew member of STS-1, first operational flight of the Space Shuttle program||14 April 1981|
|Ken Mattingly||Living (age 83)||Last crew member of STS-4||4 July 1982|
|Stanisław Kania||Living (age 92)||Last leader of the Polish United Workers' Party||29 January 1990|
|Aleksandar Lilov||20 July 2013 (aged 79)||Last Chairman of the Bulgarian Communist Party||3 April 1990|
|Egon Krenz||Living (age 82)||Last Chairman of the State Council of East Germany||5 April 1990|
|Dmitri Yazov||Living (age 95)||Last Marshal of the Soviet Union||28 April 1990|
|Helmut Kohl||16 June 2017 (aged 87)||Last Chancellor of West Germany||3 October 1990|
|Stanislav Hurenko||14 April 2013 (aged 76)||Last First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Ukrainian SSR||1 September 1991|
|Vadim Bakatin||Living (age 82)||Last Chairman of the KGB||16 November 1991|
|Mikhail Gorbachev||Living (age 88)||Last Head of State of the Soviet Union||25 December 1991|
|Václav Havel||18 December 2011 (aged 75)||Last former President of Czechoslovakia||31 December 1992|
|Cornelius Botha||6 February 2014 (aged 81)||Last administrator of the Natal Province||27 April 1994|
|F. W. de Klerk||Living (age 83)||Last leader of the apartheid government of South Africa and last State President||10 May 1994|
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