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Jackie "Moms" Mabley, American comedienne (1894 - 1975)
General Douglas MacArthur, American army officer (1880 - 1964)
Rose Macaulay, English novelist (1881 - 1958)
Thomas Babington Macaulay, English author, historian, statesman and poet (1800 - 1859)
Rose Macauley, English novelist (1881 - 1958)
F.G. MacBeath, poet (living 20th century)
William MacCall, Scottish author (1812 - 1888)
Mr. MacDonald, English staff correspondent on the London "Times" (fl. 1855)
George MacDonald, Scottish novelist (1824 - 1905)
Ross MacDonald (pseudonym of Kenneth Millar), American novelist (1914? - 1983)
Edward Alexander Macdowell, American pianist and musical composer (1861 - 1908)
Sir George Alexander Macfarren, British musician and dramatist (1813 - 1887)
Niccolo Machiavelli (Macchiavelli), Italian philosopher, statesman, diplomatist and writer (1469 - 1527)
Charles Mackay, Scottish poet and song writer (1814 - 1889)
Sir James Mackintosh, Scottish author, orator and statesman (1765 - 1832)
Charles Macklin, Irish actor and dramatist (1690 - 1797)
Alexander MacLagan, Scotch-Canadian poet (1818 - 1896)
Shirley MacLaine, American actress, dancer, writer and metaphysician (1934 - )
Norman Fitzroy Maclean, American educator and author (1902 - 1990)
Archibald MacLeish, American poet, playwright, teacher and public official (1892 - 1982)
M.E.P.M. MacMahon, French marshal and president of France (1808 - 1893)
Harold Macmillan, English politician (1894 - 1986)
Louis MacNeice, British (Irish-born) poet (1907 - 1963)
Hector MacNeil, Scottish poet and miscellaneous writer (1746 - 1818)
James Macpherson, Scottish poet (1738 - 1796)
Ambrosius Theodosius Macrobius, Roman grammarian and philosopher (fl. 395 - 423)
John Madden, American football coach and sportscaster (1936 - )
Richard Robert Madden, Irish miscellaneous writer and politician (1798 - 1886)
Samuel Madden, Irish clergyman and writer (1687 - 1765)
Haki Madhubuti, American poet, writer and editor (1942 - )
James Madison, American 4th president of U.S. (1751 - 1809)
Madonna, American singer and actress (1958 - )
Cilnius Maecenas, Roman statesman and patron of letters (about 73 BC)
Maurice Maeterlinck, Belgian dramatist and author (1862 - 1949)
William Connor Magee, English clergyman, Bishop of Peterborough and Archbishop of York (1821 - 1891)
Ferdinand Magellan, Portuguese explorer (c. 1480 - 1521)
Gustav Mahler, Austrian composer and conductor (1860 - 1911)
Mahomet II, the Great, Turkish sultan and conqueror of Constantinople (1430 - 1481)
Francis Sylvester Mahony, (see Father Prout)
Norman Mailer, American novelist and journalist (1923 - )
Maimonides, Jewish philosopher, jurist and physician (1135 - 1204)
Marjorie Main, American actress (1890 - 1975)
Mme. Francoise d'Aubigne de Maintenon, French writer and consort, mistress of Louis XIV (1635 - 1719)
Joseph Marie De Maistre, French diplomat and writer (1753 - 1821)
Miriam Makeba, South African singer (1932 - )
Bernard Malamud, American novelist and short-story writer (1914 - 1986)
Malcolm X, American political activist (1925 - 1965)
Francois de Malherbe, French lyric poet (1555 - 1628)
Stephane Mallarme, French poet (1842 - 1898)
David Mallet (originally Malloch), Scottish poet (about 1705 - 1765)
George Leigh Mallory, British mountaineer (1886 - 1824)
Judge Walter Malone, American jurist and poet (1866 - 1915)
Sir Thomas Malory ("Morte d'Arthur"), English knight soldier (1470 - )
Andre Malraux, French novelist, art historian and public official (1901 - 1976)
Thomas Malthus, English economist (1766 - 1834)
David Mamet, American dramatist, playwright and director (1947 - )
William Manchester, American historian (1922 - )
W.R. Mandale, English (living 19th century)
Nelson Mandela, South African statesman (1918 - )
Nadezhda Mandelstam, Russian writer and wife of poet Osip Mandelstam (1899 - 1980)
Bernard Mandeville, English philosopher (c. 1670 - 1733)
Manilius (Manlius or Mallius) (Marcus or Caius), Latin poet (reign of Augustus or Tiberius)
Wilma Pearl Mankiller, American Indian Cherokee chief (1945 - )
Mrs. Manley, English novelist and dramatist (1663 - 1724)
Horace Mann, American educator and politician (1796 - 1859)
Thomas Mann, American (German-born) novelist (1875 - 1955)
Lord John Manners (Duke of Rutland), English Tory politician and writer (1818 - 1906)
Lord Thomas Manners (Earl of Rutland), English noble (before 1488 - 1543)
Lord Thomas Manners (Earl of Rutland) and Sir Thomas More, English noble and statesman (< 1488 - 1543 / 1480 - 1535)
Marya Mannes, American journalist and writer (1904 - 1990)
Don Jorge Manrique, Spanish poet (about 1420 - 1485)
Sir James Mansfield, English Lord Chief Justice (1733 - 1821)
Katherine Mansfield, New Zealander author (1888 - 1923)
Marilyn Manson, American rock music performer
Baptista Mantuanus, Mantuan Latin poet (1448 - 1516)
Don Juan Manuel, Spanish Prince of Castile and politician (1282 - 1349)
Sir Roger Manwood (Chief Baron of the Exchequer), English judge and writer on forest law (1525 - 1593)
Marcel Marceau, French actor and pantomimist (1923 - )
Imelda Marcos, Filipino first lady (1929 - )
Herbert Marcuse, German-American political philosopher (1898 - 1979)
William L. Marcy, American statesman (1786 - 1857)
Orison Swett Marden (1), American founder of "Success" magazine (1850 - 1924)
Orison Swett Marden (2), American lawyer (1906 - 1975)
Miriam Margolyes, English actress (1941 - )
Maria-Theresa, Austrian empress (1717 - 1780)
Jacques Maritain, French philosopher (1882 - 1973)
Caius Marius, Roman dictator and general (155 BC - 85 BC)
Beryl Markham, English aviator and horse trainer (1902 - 1986)
Edwin Markham, American poet and lecturer (1852 - 1940)
Christopher Marlowe, English dramatist (1564 - 1593)
Shackerley Marmion (Shakerley Marmion), English dramatist (1603 - 1639)
Jean Francois Marmontel, French writer (1723 - 1794)
Clement Marot, Cahors French poet (1495 - 1544)
John Phillips Marquand, American writer (1893 - 1960)
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Colombian novelist and short-story writer (1928 - )
Don Marquis (D.R.P. Marquis), American journalist, poet, dramatist and humorist (1878 - 1937)
Captain Frederick Marryat, English naval commander and novelist (1792 - 1848)
William Marsden, English Orientalist, numismatist and antiquarian (1754 - 1836)
Chief Justice John Marshall, American chief justice and statesman (1755 - 1835)
Paule Marshall, American writer and educator (1929 - )
Peter Marshall, American religious leader (1902 - 1949)
Thomas R. Marshall, American politician (1854 - 1925)
Thurgood Marshall, American supreme court justice (1908 - 1993)
John Marston, English dramatist, satirist and divine (about 1575 - 1634)
Jose Marti, Cuban poet and patriot (1853 - 1895)
Marcus Valerius Martial, Spanish epigrammatic poet (c. 43 - 104)
Dean Martin, American singer and actor (1917 - 1995)
Edward Sanford Martin, American editor, critic, essayist and poet (1856 - 1939)
Judith Martin, American author and journalist (1938 - )
Steve Martin, American comedian and actor (1945 - )
Harriet Martineau, English social reformer and writer (1802 - 1876)
Ik Marvel (pseudonym of Donald G. Mitchell), American writer (1822 - 1908)
Andrew Marvell, English patriot and satirical writer (1621 - 1678)
Frederic R. Marvin, American clergyman and poet (1847 - 1919)
Groucho Marx, American comedic actor and broadcaster (1895 - 1977)
Karl Marx, German socialist leader and philosopher (1818 - 1883)
Mary, Queen of Scots, Scottish queen and daughter of James V of Scotland (1542 - 1587)
Theophile Julius Henry Marzials, Belgian English poet and songwriter (1850 - 1920)
John Masefield, English poet, novelist and critic (1878 - 1967)
Abraham Maslow, American psychologist and philosopher (1908 - 1970)
Agnes Carter Mason, American poet (1835 - 1908)
Alfred Edward Woodley (A.E.W.) Mason, English novelist (1865 - 1948)
F. (Francis) van Wyck Mason (1901 - )
Jackie Mason, American comedian (1934 - )
William Mason, English poet, painter and musician (1725 - 1797)
Gerald Massey, English poet (1828 - 1894)
Jean Baptiste Massieu, French ecclesiastic (1742 - 1822)
Philip Massinger, English dramatic poet (1583 - 1640)
Edgar Lee Masters, American poet (1869 - 1950)
Cotton Mather, American Congregational minister and writer (1663 - 1729)
Caroline Matilda, English queen of Denmark (1751 - 1775)
Henri Matisse, French artist and author (1869 - 1954)
Charles Robert Maturin, Irish poet and novelist (1782 - 1824)
W. Somerset Maugham, English novelist, short-story writer and playwright (1874 - 1965)
Sir William Henry Maule, English judge (1788 - 1858)
Francois Mauriac, French novelist, essayist, poet and playwright (1885 - 1970)
Daphne du Maurier, English novelist (1907 - 1989)
George Louis Palmella Busson du Maurier, French-English artist, novlist and writer (1834 - 1896)
Andre Maurois, French biographer, novelist and essayist (1885 - 1967)
Valerius Maximus, Roman historian (c. 1st century)
Elsa Maxwell, American writer, TV hostess and columnist (1883 - 1963)
Rollo May, American psychoanalyst (1909 - 1994)
Vladimir Mayakovsky, Russian Georgian poet (1893 - 1930)
Henry Mayhew, English writer (1812 - 1887)
Jasper Mayne, English divine and poet (1604 - 1672)
George Marrow Mayo, American journalist and poet (1896 - )
William James Mayo, American surgeon (1861 - 1939)
Benjamin E. Mays, American educator and clergyman (1895 - 1984)
Willie Mays, American baseball player (1931 - )
Jules (Giulio) Mazarin, French (Sicilian-born) cardinal and statesman (1602 - 1661)
Giuseppe Mazzini, Genoese propagandist and revolutionary (1805 - 1872)
Christa McAuliffe, American teacher (1948 - 1986)
Norman McCaig, Scottish poet (1910 - 1996)
Cormac McCarthy, American writer (1933 - )
Denis Florence McCarthy, Irish author (1820 - 1882)
Eugene McCarthy, American democratic politician (1916 - )
Mary McCarthy, American novelist and critic (1912 - 1989)
Paul McCartney, English musician (1942 - )
George Brinton McClellan, American general (1826 - 1885)
Barbara McClintock, American scientist (1902 - )
Caroline McCormick, no available biographical data
Lieut.-Col. John McCrae, Canadian poet, surgeon and pathologist, killed in action (1872 - 1918)
John Luckey McCreery, American journalist (1835 - 1906)
Carson McCullers, American novelist and short-story writer (1917 - 1967)
George Barr McCutcheon, American novelist (1866 - 1928)
George McDuffle, American politician and governor of South Carolina (1788 - 1851)
John McEnroe, American tennis player (1959 - )
Reba McEntire, American country singer (1954 - )
Wilma Kate McFarland, American poet and writer (20th century - )
William McFee, American author (1881 - 1966)
Bobby McFerrin, American jazz singer, song writer and director (1950 - )
Thomas D'Arcy McGee, Canadian (Irish-born) journalist (1825 - 1868)
Phyllis McGinley, American author and poet (1905 - 1978)
George McGovern, American senator (1922 - )
Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D., American psychologist and human behavior expert (20th century)
The McGregor, a Highland chief
Lord McGregor (1921 - )
Al McGuire, American college basketball coach (1928 - )
Claude McKay, Jamaican-American poet and novelist (1889 - 1984)
John McKay, American football coach (1923 - )
Patricia McKillip, American science-fiction writer (1948 - )
William McKinley, American 25th president of U.S. and statesman (1843 - 1901)
Rod McKuen, American poet, novelist and songwriter (1933 - )
Mignon McLaughlin, American journalist and author (1915 - )
Murdoch McLennan, Scottish poet (fl. 1715)
Marshall McLuhan, Canadian communications scholar (1911 - 1980)
Terry McMillan, American novelist and editor (1951 - )
Larry McMurtry, American scriptwriter and novelist (1936 - )
Leonard McNally, Irish barrister (1752 - 1826)
Robert McNamara, American politician and statesman (1916 - )
Aimee Semple McPherson, American religious leader and evangelist (1890 - 1944)
Terence Joseph McSwiney, M.P., Irish Lord Mayor of Cork and self-martyr by starvation (1880 - 1920)
Margaret Mead, American anthropologist and author (1901 - 1978)
Peter B. Medawar, English immunologist and author (1915 - 1987)
Samuel Medley, English sailor, clergyman and poet (1738 - 1799)
William Mee, English poet and journalist (1788 - 1862)
Golda Meir, Israeli stateswoman and Prime Minister (1898 - 1978)
Nellie Melba, Australian opera singer (1861 - 1931)
Lord William Lamb Melbourne, English statesman and prime minister (1779 - 1848)
Rupertus Meldenius (possible pseudonym), German author (c. 1630)
Meleager, Greek poet (1st century BC)
Grenville Mellen ("Singer of one Song"), American poet (1799 - 1841)
Andrew Mellon, American financier and philanthropist (1855 - 1937)
Herman Melville, American novelist (1819 - 1891)
Gilles (Giles) Menage, French lexicographer and satirist (1613 - 1692)
Menander, Greek dramatic poet (c. 341 BC - c. 293 BC)
Mencius, Chinese philosopher (371 BC - 289 BC)
Henry Louis Mencken, American journalist and literary critic (1880 - 1956)
Karl A. Menninger, American psychiatrist (1893 - 1990)
Gian Carlo Menotti, Italian composer (1911 - )
Robert Menzies, Australian political leader (1894 - 1978)
Louis Sebastian Mercier, French eccentric writer (1740 - 1814)
George Meredith, English novelist and poet (1828 - 1909)
Louisa A. Meredith, English author (1812 - 1895)
Owen Meredith, (see Lord Lytton)
Ethel Merman, American singer and actor (1909 - 1984)
Claude Mermet, French poet (about 1550 - 1605)
James Merrick, English divine and poet (1720 - 1769)
Thomas Merton, French monk and poet (1915 - 1968)
William Stanley (W.S.) Merwin, American poet (1927 - )
Grace Metalious, American novelist (1924 - 1964)
Metastasio (pseudonym of Antonio Domenico Bonaventura Trapassi Pietro), Italian poet (1698 - 1782)
Dr. Samuel L. Metcalf, American ( - 1856)
Bob Metcalfe, American computer scientist, Ethernet inventor, founder of 3com Corp. (1946 - )
Prince C.W.N.L. Metternich, Austrian diplomat (1773 - 1839)
Gabriel Meurier, writer of "Tresor des Sentences" (1530 - 1601)
Robert C.V. Meyers, American dramatist (1858 - 1917)
Alice Meynell, English poet and essayist (1847 - 1922)
Michelangelo Buonarotti, Italian sculptor, painter, architect and poet (1475 - 1564)
James A. Michener, American novelist (1907 - 1997)
William Julius Mickle, Scottish poet and translator (1734 - 1788)
Thomas Middleton, English dramatist (c. 1570 - 1627)
Bette Midler, American singer and actress (1945 - )
George Mikes, British writer (1912 - )
Barbara Mikulski, American politician (1936 - )
John Stuart Mill, English philosopher and political economist (1806 - 1873)
Kenneth Millar, (see Ross MacDonald)
Millaud, French writer (1836 - 1892)
Edna St. Vincent Millay, American author and poet (1882 - 1950)
Alice Duer Miller, American poet and author (1874 - 1942)
Arthur Miller, American dramatist (1915 - )
Dennis Miller, American comedian and TV personality (1953 - )
Henry Miller, American novelist (1891 - 1980)
Joaquin Miller, American poet (1839 - 1913)
Kelly Miller, American educator and university dean (1863 - 1939)
Roger Miller, American singer and song writer (1936 - )
William Miller, Scottish poet (1810 - 1872)
Kate Millett, American writer, sculptor and educator (1934 - )
Spike Milligan, Irish comedian (1918 - )
Robert Millikan, American physicist (1868 - 1953)
Richard Alfred Milliken (Millikin), English poet (1767 - 1815)
Rev. Henry Hart Milman, English poet and historian (1791 - 1868)
A.A. Milne, English humorist and children's author (1882 - 1965)
Lord Milner, English colonial administrator (1854 - 1925)
Richard Monckton Milnes (Lord Houghton), English statesman and writer (1809 - 1885)
Ronnie Milsap, American singer (1944 - )
John Milton, English poet, scholar, writer and patriot (1608 - 1674)
Charles Miner, American journalist and author (1780 - 1865)
Liza Minnelli, American actress, singer and dancer (1946 - )
John Minsheu (Minshew), English linguist and lexicographer (c. 1550 - after 1627)
Francois Maximilien Mission, French descriptive writer (1650? - 1722)
Mistinguette, French actress (1875 - 1956)
Donald G. Mitchell, (see Ik Marvel)
Joni Mitchell, Canadian singer and song writer (1943 - )
Margaret Mitchell, American novelist (1900 - 1949)
Maria Mitchell, American astronomer and educator (1818 - 1889)
Naomi Mitchison, Scottish novelist (1897 - 1999)
Jessica Mitford, English-American journalist (1917 - 1996)
Nancy Mitford (1), English novelist and dramatist (1787 - 1855)
Nancy Mitford (2), English novelist (1904 - 1973)
Addison Mizner, American architect (1872 - 1933)
Wilson Mizner, American dramatist (1876 - 1933)
Mochus (Moschus), Greek pastoral poet (living 200 BC)
Mohammed, Arab religious leader (570 - 632)
David Macbeth Moir, Scottish writer and physician (1798 - 1851)
Jacob Moleschott, Dutch-Italian physiologist (1822 - 1893)
Jean Baptiste Poquelin Moliere, French dramatist and actor (1622 - 1673)
Count Helmuth K. von Moltke, Prussian field marshall (1800 - 1891)
Walter F. Mondale, American lawyer and politician (1928 - )
Piet Mondrian, Dutch painter (1872 - 1944)
Claude Monet, French artist (1840 - 1926)
Bernard de la Monnoye, French poet and philologist (1641 - 1728)
Bill Monroe, American musician and instrumentalist (1920 - 1996)
Harriet Monroe, American editor and poet (1860 - 1936)
James Monroe, American 5th president of U.S. (1758 - 1831)
Marilyn Monroe, American actress (1926 - 1962)
Ashley Montagu, British-American anthropologist (1905 - )
Elizabeth Montagu, English intellectual and conversationalist (1720 - 1800)
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, English writer (1689 - 1762)
Charles Edward Montague, English writer (1867 - 1928)
Michael Eyquen de Montaigne, French philosopher and essayist (1533 - 1592)
Charles de Montesquieu (Charles-Louis de Secondat), French author (1689 - 1755)
Maria Montessori, Italian educator and reformer (1870 - 1952)
Alexander Montgomery, Scottish poet (died about 1610)
James Montgomery, Scottish poet and journalist (1771 - 1854)
Robert Montgomery, English poet and divine (1807 - 1855)
Adrian de Montluc, French writer (fl. 1735)
Baroness Isabelle de Bottens de Montolieu, Swiss writer (1751 - 1832)
James Graham, First Marquis of Montrose, Scottish celebrated general (1612 - 1650)
Jacques Marie Boutet Monvel, French actor and dramatist (1745 - 1812)
Susanna Moodie, English Canadian pioneer (1803 - 1885)
Dwight L. Moody, American evangelist
William Vaughn Moody, American poet and writer (1869 - 1910)
Dr. Thomas de la Moor, British historian (living 1327 - 1347)
Brian Moore, Irish novelist (1921 - 1999)
Clement C. Moore, LL.D., American professor of Biblical learning and Greek and Oriental lit. (1779 - 1863)
Edward Moore, English litterateur (1712 - 1757)
Francis Moore, English astrologer and almanac maker (1657 - 1715?)
George A. Moore, Anglo-Irish novelist and poet (1855 - 1933)
George Edward Moore, English philosopher (1873 - 1958)
Henry Moore, English sculptor and draughtsman (1898 - 1986)
Marianne Moore, American poet and editor (1887 - 1972)
Mary Tyler Moore, American actress and humanitarian (1936 - )
Thomas Moore, Irish poet (1779 - 1852)
Hannah More, English writer (1745 - 1833)
Henry More, English theologian (1614 - 1687)
Paul Elmer More, American editor, philosopher and author (1864 - 1937)
Sir Thomas More, English wit, philosopher, humanist and statesman (1480 - 1535)
Jeanne Moreau, French actress (1928 - )
Dr. Thomas Morell, English scholar, critic and librettist (1703 - 1784)
Henry Morford, American poet and author (1823 - 1881)
Charles Morgan, British novelist and dramatist (1894 - 1958)
J.P. Morgan, American financier (1837 - 1913)
Robin Morgan, American editor, feminist and writer (1941 - )
Sydney Morgan (Lady Morgan), Irish novelist (1783 - 1859)
Christopher Darlington Morley, American editor, dramatist and writer (1890 - 1957)
John Morley, English journalist, politician and historian (1838 - 1923)
Robert Morley, English actor, director and playwright (1908 - 1992)
Charles Morris, English soldier and song writer (1745 - 1838)
Desmond Morris, English anthropologist (1928 - )
George P. Morris, American lyric poet and journalist (1802 - 1864)
Jan Morris, English writer and journalist (1926 - )
Lewis Morris, Welsh British poet (1835 - 1907)
William Morris, English craftsman and poet (1834 - 1896)
Toni Morrison, American novelist (1931 - )
Dwight Whitney Morrow, American lawyer, banker and diplomat (1873 - 1931)
John Mortimer, English novelist, barrister and dramatist (1923 - )
Thomas Mortimer, English economist and miscellaneous writer, "British Plutarch" (1730 - 1810)
J.B. Morton, English journalist (1893 - 1975)
Jelly Roll Morton, American jazz pianist and composer (1885 - 1941)
Thomas Morton, English dramatist (1764 - 1838)
Guo Moruo, Chinese leading man of letters in the People's Republic (1892 - 1978)
Carol Moseley-Braun, American politician and lawyer (1947 - )
Bob Moses, American civil rights activist (1935 - )
Grandma Moses, American folk painter (1860 - 1961)
Thomas Moss, English clergyman and poet (1740 - 1808)
Robert Motherwell, American painter (1915 - 1991)
William Motherwell, Scottish poet (1798 - 1835)
John Lothrop Motley, American historian (1814 - 1877)
Lucretia Mott, American social reformer (1793 - 1880)
Antoine Houdart de la Motte, French critic and dramatist (1672 - 1731)
Peter Anthony Motteaux (Pierre Antoine), French-English dramatist and translator (1663 - 1718)
Louise Chandler Moulton, American poet (1835 - 1908)
Marjorie "Mo" Mowlam, English labour politician (1949 - )
Bill Moyers, American newscaster, journalist, commentator and author (1934 - )
Daniel Moynihan, American politician and professor (1927 - )
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Austrian composer (1756 - 1791)
Malcolm Muggeridge, American writer, journalist, critic and educator (1903 - 1990)
Elijah Muhammad, American religious leader (1897 - 1975)
William Augustus Muhlenberg, American clergyman and poet (1796 - 1877)
John Muir, American naturalist (1838 - 1914)
Paul Muldoon, Irish poet (1951 - )
Friedrich Max Muller, German-born English classical scholar, philologist and Orientalist (1823 - 1900)
H.J. Muller, American geneticist (1890 - 1967)
Niklas Muller, German printer and poet (1809 - 1875)
Dinah Maria Mulock (Mrs. Craik), English author and writer of "Magnus and Morna" (1826 - 1887)
Ethel Watts Mumford (1878 - 1940)
Lewis Mumford, American sociologist (1895 - 1990)
Arthur James Munby, English poet (1828 - 1910)
Edvard Munch, Norwegian painter and engraver (1863 - 1944)
Hector Hugh (H.H.) Munro (Saki), British (Burmese-born) short-story writer (1870 - 1916)
Neil Munro, English novelist, poet and journalist (1863 - 1930)
Count Ernest F.N. von Munster, Hannoverian statesman and envoy at St. Petersburg (1766 - 1839)
Iris Murdoch, Irish author (1919 - 1999)
Rupert Murdoch, American publisher (1931 - )
Arthur Murphy, Irish dramatic and miscellaneous writer (about 1727 - 1805)
Capt. Edward Murphy,Jr., American (living in 20th century)
Mike Murphy, American republican-party strategist (1930 - )
Robert Xavier Murphy, Irish dramatic and miscellaneous writer (about 1727 - 1805)
David Christie Murray, English novelist and journalist (1847 - 1907)
Edward R. Murrow, American broadcaster and journalist (1908 - 1965)
Miyamoto Musashi, Japanese warrior and strategist (1584 - 1645)
Robert Edler von Musil, Austrian novelist (1880 - 1942)
Louis Charles Alfred de Musset, French poet, novelist and dramatist (1810 - 1857)
Benito Mussolini, Italian political leader (1883 - 1945)
Joyce A. Myers, American business executive

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