Statistics for People Who Died or are Buried in London

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DiedAgeHintAnswer% Correct
196590Prime Minister who led the United Kingdom during most of WWIIWinston Churchill
97%
160369She was known as the "Virgin Queen"Elizabeth I
95%
172784Physicist who formulated the three laws of motionIsaac Newton
90%
153635The second wife of Henry VIII and the first to lose her headAnne Boleyn
86%
155842
Half-sister of the above who is buried next to her
at Westminster Abbey
Mary I
86%
201127This singer didn't go to rehab and it ultimately killed herAmy Winehouse
84%
188364German socialist who lived in exileKarl Marx
81%
193983Psychiatrist who fled Vienna just before the Nazis took overSigmund Freud
81%
160635Gunpowder plotter who is burned in effigy each yearGuy Fawkes
80%
197027Guitarist who recorded "Purple Haze"Jimi Hendrix
75%
165859He served as Lord Protector when England had no monarchOliver Cromwell
74%
180547
Admiral memorialized by a giant column at Trafalgar Square
(but buried at St. Paul's Cathedral)
Horatio Nelson
72%
130535
Scottish independence leader who was hanged, drawn, and quartered
William Wallace
66%
196947She was the main star of "The Wizard of Oz"Judy Garland
61%
164948The most recent English monarch to meet a violent endCharles I
59%
200559
This Belfast-born footballer spent a lot of money on booze, birds,
and fast cars. The rest, he squandered.
George Best
45%
188061One of two notable female authors named GeorgeGeorge Eliot
36%
101650King who was given the nickname "the unready"Æthelred the Unready
35%
200149Author of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"Douglas Adams
35%
153557
When he was chancellor, six protestants were burned at the stake.
Later, this Catholic supporter would be beheaded himself.
Sir Thomas More
25%

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