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Obituaries Related to "Higgins" from New York Times Archive


Mary Higgins Clark, Best-Selling Queen of Suspense, Dies at 92

2020-02-01T04:03:39+0000

She became a world-renowned author writing about “nice people whose lives are invaded.”


Mary Boyd Higgins, Wilhelm Reich’s Devoted Trustee, Is Dead at 93

2019-01-23T23:53:47+0000

She volunteered for the job with a father of the sexual revolution, even though she had never met him. She protected his legacy and republished his books.


Mary Higgins Clark, Best-Selling Queen of Suspense, Dies at 92

2020-02-01T04:03:39+0000

She became a world-renowned author writing about “nice people whose lives are invaded.”


Mary Higgins Clark, Best-Selling Queen of Suspense, Dies at 92

2020-02-01T04:03:39+0000

She became a world-renowned author writing about “nice people whose lives are invaded.”


Mary Boyd Higgins, Wilhelm Reich’s Devoted Trustee, Is Dead at 93

2019-01-23T23:53:47+0000

She volunteered for the job with a father of the sexual revolution, even though she had never met him. She protected his legacy and republished his books.


Robert Easton, Hollywood’s Henry Higgins, Dies at 81

2011-12-24T22:51:45+0000

Mr. Easton was the entertainment industry’s dean of dialects as well as an actor on radio and television and in the movies.


Alex Higgins, the Bombastic ‘People’s Champion’ of Pro Snooker, Dies at 61

2010-07-31T21:33:33+0000

Mr. Higgins helped lift a billiards-like sport with his charisma and intense style, but his appetites for excess brought him turmoil.


Michael Higgins, an Actor Popular on New York Stages, Dies at 88

2008-11-11T04:49:24+0000

Mr. Higgins was best known for the role of Frank Strang, the father of the disturbed youth who blinds horses, in the original Broadway production of “Equus.”


Paid Notice: Deaths SCIUTTO, ELIZABETH HIGGINS

2006-12-31T05:00:00+0000

SCIUTTO--Elizabeth Higgins, on December 28, in New York, survived and greatly missed by her husband, Ernest; her children, Mary, Nellie, Patsy and Jimmy; grandchildren, Austin, Henry, Nicky, Charles and Ella; and sisters, Margaret and Nell. Elizabeth was born in Louisville, KY, and while she remained a Kentuckian at heart, she was a true New Yorker. She was a lifelong, natural writer--both as a journalist, from her first job at WHAS-TV in Louisville to long service at McCall's, Family Circle and ...


Paid Notice: Deaths SCIUTTO, ELIZABETH HIGGINS

2006-12-30T05:00:00+0000

SCIUTTO--Elizabeth Higgins, on December 28, in New York, survived and greatly missed by her husband, Ernest; her children, Mary, Nellie, Patsy and Jimmy; grandchildren, Austin, Henry, Nicky, Charles and Ella; and sisters, Margaret and Nell. Elizabeth was born in Louisville, KY, and while she remained a Kentuckian at heart, she was a true New Yorker. She was a lifelong, natural writer--both as a journalist, from her first job at WHAS-TV in Louisville to long service at McCall's, Family Circle and ...



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