3 100 birthdays of distinguished living women for 2011

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Raymond Lloyd

3100 BIRTHDAYS of DISTINGUISHED LIVING WOMEN for 2011

Opportunities for Appreciation & Encouragement Day of Birth (DoB) Order

3100 individuals 180 countries first issued 26 July 1990 updated 10 Dec 2010

£ 240 US$ 400 300 Euros @ Raymond Lloyd

# Persons portrayed on UN medals struck in the 1970s at the initiative of the writer

Birthday Woman of distinction Country "First", Other Achievements or Position Biodata

(*portrait)

1 Jan 1903 Marthe Louise Vogt Germany pharmacologist WW

1 Jan 1907 Doris G Fisher Britain Kent headmistress WW

1 Jan 1907 Marion Rhodes Britain painter WW

1 Jan 1909 Jacqueline Hope-Wallace Britain civil servant WW

1 Jan 1927 Rosa Baglanova Kazakstan actress Moslem women's leader WWW

1 Jan 1932 Jean Enid Skuse Australia gen sec Australian Council of Churches 1976-88 WWW

1 Jan 1936 Eve Queler U S A orchestra conductor CW

1 Jan 1956 Christine Lagarde France lawyer finance minister EB

1 Jan 1963 Salma G Mohamed Sudan Paralympic discus thrower ATH*

1 Jan 1964 Shima (Hasemah Abu Hazim) Malaysia textile artist RL

1 Jan 1978 Meseret Tegegn Ethiopia Paralympic swimmer ATH*

1 Jan 1980 Kadi Nikiema Burkina Faso Paralympic athlete ATH*

1 Jan 1981 Heba Said Ahmed Egypt Paralympic athlete BEI*

2 Jan 1922 Blaga Dimitrova Bulgaria poet; vice-president of republic 1992-93 WWW

2 Jan 1936 Seiko Takahashi Japan dep exec sec UN Econ Comm for Asia (ESCAP) WWW

2 Jan 1939 Kay Orr U S A governor Nebraska 1987-91 WAW

2 Jan 1947 Eva Elisabet Berglin Sweden cardiothoracic surgeon WWW

2 Jan 1968 Anky van Grunsven Netherlands Olympic dressage champion

2 Jan 1969 Christy Turlington U S A fashion model WWW

3 Jan 1911 Eirlys Roberts Britain consumer leader

3 Jan 1926 Marie Clay New Zealand educator WWW

3 Jan 1934 Carla Hills U S A lawyer; US trade representative 1989-92

3 Jan 1943 Susan Murch Morrison U S A United Methodist bishop Albany 1988-

3 Jan 1946 Lita Albuquerque U S A artist sculptor WWW

3 Jan 1946 Molly Murphy MacGregor U S A women's historian CW

3 Jan 1948 Klarisse Nienhuys Netherlands environmentalist RL

3 Jan 1983 Evelyne Cantanhede Brazil Paralympic blind goalball player ATH*

4 Jan 1904 Renuka Ray India Bengali social worker IWA

4 Jan 1923 Leela Menon India social worker women's leader Kerala

4 Jan 1929 Marion Reid Canada lieutenant-governor Pr Edward Is 1990-95

4 Jan 1937 Grace Bumbry U S A soprano DO IWW

4 Jan 1943 Doris Kearns Goodwin U S A historian EB

4 Jan 1983 Yui-Chong Chan Hong Kong China Paralympic wheelchair fencer ATH*

4 Jan 1985 Danielle Campo Canada Paralympic swimming champion CAB

4 Jan 1975 Sandra Kiriasis Germany bobsleigh champion medical orderly TOR*

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This is the 20th cumulative list of birthdays of distinguished living women, drawn up to invite the reader to send to the persons named annual letters of encouragement and appreciation, not least when your birthday coincides with that of the person listed. Addresses, where not self-evident, can often be found in the reference books listed on the final pages. Also, very many persons can now be found on the Internet, in , or through such search engines as , and often have their own website, or one created by admirers.

The achievement described is that valid when the person was first listed. The 3000 total includes 300 persons on previous lists who have since died, and whose names are now found in the writer's "50- and 100-Year Anniversaries of 6000 Distinguished Women of History 2010-2060", a database which can be repeated and enhanced every 50 years. Also, some of the women listed here, especially those from distant countries, may have since died: it is hard enough to obtain dates of birth, even harder to obtain dates of death.

Birthday Woman of distinction Country "First", Other Achievements or Position Biodata

5 Jan 1943 Rose Nonyem Ukeje Nigeria judge federal high court of Nigeria 1986- WWW

5 Jan 1946 Diane Keaton U S A actress WWW

5 Jan 1948 Charlene Kammerer U S A United Methodist bishop Charlotte 1996-

5 Jan 1976 Anna Dahlberg Sweden champion cross-country skier TOR*

5 Jan 1982 Janica Kostelic Croatia/Monaco Olympic ski champion EB

5 Jan 1983 Mariatu Conteh Sierra Leone Paralympic athlete BEI

6 Jan 1921 Marianne Grunberg-Manago France biochemist; president Academy of Science WWW

6 Jan 1944 Bonnie Franklin U S A actress

6 Jan 1948 Sissi Schaad-Jackson Austria Viennese chef RL

6 Jan 1952 Nancy Lopez U S A golfer EB

7 Jan 1925 Chizuko Nakaji Japan sculptor medallist RL

7 Jan 1932 Esme Scott Britain chair UK Volunteer Centre WW

7 Jan 1935 Shashikala G Kakodhar India chief minister of Goa 1973-199? IWA

7 Jan 1938 Marie Asberg Sweden psychiatrist WWW

7 Jan 1957 Katie Couric U S A television presenter EB

7 Jan 1965 Malda Baumgarte Lithuania Paralympic javelin champion ATH*

7 Jan 1972 Svetlana Zhurova Russia speed skater TOR*

7 Jan 1990 Elene Gedevanishvili Georgia figure skater TOR*

8 Jan 1926 Hanae Mori Japan fashion designer EB78

8 Jan 1928 Evelyn Lear U S A soprano DO

8 Jan 1938 Simone Schwarz-Bart Guadeloupe novelist ELA

8 Jan 1937 Shirley Bassey Britain singer WWW

8 Jan 1963 Sylvia Grant Jamaica Paralympic javelin & discus thrower ATH*

9 Jan 1931 Elizabeth Anson Britain local government leader RL

9 Jan 1940 Ruth Dreifuss Switzerland president 1999 MQW

9 Jan 1941 Joan Baez U S A folk singer human rights campaigner IWW EB

9 Jan 1941 Susannah York Britain actress WWW

9 Jan 1954 Victoria Matthews Canada Anglican bishop of Edmonton 1997- WW

9 Jan 1959 Rigoberta Menchu Tum Guatemala human rights worker; Nobel Peace Prize 1992 EB

9 Jan 1971 Diane Roy Canada disabled wheelchair medalist CAB

10 Jan 1909 Grace Mitchell U S A educator

10 Jan 1940 Valerie Strachan Britain UK Woman of Europe'93; chair Customs & Excise RL

10 Jan 1946 Mary Asprey Britain co-founder Missing Persons Helpline RL

10 Jan 1951 Karolina Eiriksdottir Iceland composer DWC

10 Jan 1964 Sarah & Karen Josephson U S A identical twin synchronized swimmers EB

10 Jan 1968 HONG Young-Suk Korea wheelchair tennis player BEI*

10 Jan 1978 Paysuline Xayyakone Lao Paralympic powerlifter ATH*

10 Jan 1985 Nelly Nasimiyu Munialo Kenya blind athleten BEI*

11 Jan 1921 Juanita Kreps U S A economist; secretary of commerce 1977-79 CW WWW

11 Jan 1946 Naomi Judd U S A country singer hepatitis campaigner

11 Jan 1963 Tracy Caulkins U S A swimmer EB

11 Jan 1971 Mary T Blige U S A singer Aids campaigner

11 Jan 1972 Amanda Peet U S A actress

12 Jan 1910 Luise Rainier Austria actress MCM

12 Jan 1935 Joan E Goody U S A Boston architect author WKI

12 Jan 1937 Liliana Cavani Italy film director WWW

12 Jan 1941 Anne Howells Britain mezzo-soprano DO

12 Jan 1947 Sally Hamwee Britain deputy chair London Assembly WWW

12 Jan 1953 Martha Cossio de Ocampo Peru president of congress 1995-96 RL

12 Jan 1955 Kirstie Alley U S A actress WWW

12 Jan 1989 Amaya Alonso Spain Paralympic swimmer BEI*

13 Jan 1938 Muriel Ghose Britain business leader in Eastern Europe RL

13 Jan 1941 Ludmila Harutunian Armenia sociologist WWW

13 Jan 1950 Ariane Obolensky France vice president European Investment Bank WWW

13 Jan 1959 Lisa Milroy Canada painter video artist GAO

13 Jan 1961 Julia Louis-Dreyfus U S A actress

13 Jan 1981 Caroline Atkins England cricketer ECB*

13 Jan 1983 Slava Janasova Slovakia Paralympic alpine skier TOR*

14 Jan 1908 Barbara Brooke Britain Conservative life peer WW

14 Jan 1925 Grace Hoffman U S A mezzo-soprano DO

14 Jan 1932 Harriet Andersson Sweden actress JU WWW

14 Jan 1941 Faye Dunaway U S A actress WWW

14 Jan 1943 Lena Hjelm-Wallen Sweden deputy prime minister 1998- MQW

14 Jan 1944 Makiko Tanaka Japan foreign minister 2001-02 EB*

14 Jan 1960 Andrea Fischer Germany minister of health 1998-

15 Jan 1906 Ruth Christabel Walder Britain YWCA leader WW

15 Jan 1913 Miriam Hyde Australia pianist composer WWW

15 Jan 1936 CHENG Yanan China sculptor WWW

15 Jan 1940 Martha Jungwirth Austria painter

15 Jan 1943 Margaret Beckett Britain engineer; acting leader Labour Party 1994 WWW

15 Jan 1960 Snezana Nikolic Serbia Paralympic shooter BEI*

15 Jan 1955 Shirazeh Houshiary Iran sculptor installation artist GDA

15 Jan 1956 Mayawati India chief minister Uttar Pradesh 1995

15 Jan 1991 Tnja Serbic Serbia Paralympic athlete BEI*

16 Jan 1928 Pilar Lorengar Spain soprano DO

16 Jan 1929 Marilyn Horne U S A mezzo-soprano EB DO

16 Jan 1942 Nicole Fontaine France president European Parliament 1999-2002 WWW

16 Jan 1946 Katia Ricciarelli Italy soprano DO

16 Jan 1950 Debbie Allen U S A actress dancer choreographer WWW

16 Jan 1959 Sade - Helen Folade Adu Nigeria singer EB*

16 Jan 1961 Marika Brennan Chile painter RL

16 Jan 1974 Maria Deskur Poland children's book publisher

16 Jan 1974 Kate Moss Britain fashion model WWW

16 Jan 1976 Debbie Ferguson Bahamas Olympic sprint champion CAB

17 Jan 1908 Caroline Hodge Britain president Open Door International 1966- WWW

17 Jan 1924 Jewel Plummer Cobb U S A biologist; president California State Univ CW

17 Jan 1930 Audrey Slaughter Britain editor novelist WW

17 Jan 1938 Martha Cotera U S A Chicana civil rights worker feminist CW

17 Jan 1941 Gillian Weir New Zealand organist harpsichordist WWW

17 Jan 1943 Ann Oakley Britain sociologist writer WWW

17 Jan 1958 Giuliana Vignola Macher Peru women's enterprises organizer RL

17 Jan 1962 Colette Bourgonje Canada Paralympic biathlete TOR*

17 Jan 1984 Maija Loeytynoja Finland Paralympic biathlete TOR*

18 Jan 1909 Maria Martorel Argentina painter GAO

18 Jan 1932 Ursula Ann Hanes Canada sculptor WWW

18 Jan 1964 Jane Horrocks Britain actress

18 Jan 1980 Mada Sow Senegal Paralympic sprinter ATH*

18 Jan 1983 Samantha Mumba Ireland/Zambia singer actress

18 Jan 1979 Anastasia Grebenkina Armenia figure skater ice dancer TOR*

19 Jan 1916 Elza Lovitt Mayhew Canada sculptor WWW

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