These are the People born in the state of New York in the United States of America.


  1. Aaliyah Haughton, Singer and Actress
  2. Albert Woolson, The Last Undisputed Survivor of the War Between the States
  3. Alice Bullis Ayler, One of the Last Children to Ride an Orphan Train
  4. Anne Sheafe Miller, The First Patient Saved by Penicillin
  5. Annie Edson Taylor, The First Person to Go Down Niagara Falls in a Barrel and Survive
  6. Barbara Bush, Former First Lady of the United States of America
  7. Barbi Benton, Model, Singer, and Actress
  8. Barbra Streisand, Multifaceted Entertainer
  9. Bertha Parker Cody, The First Female Native American Archaeologist
  10. Caresse Crosby, Inventor, Publisher, and Businesswoman
  11. Carlina White, Abducted Child Who Solved Her Own Kidnapping
  12. Caroline Kennedy, Former US Ambassador to Japan
  13. Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, Wife of John F Kennedy Jr
  14. Catherine "Kitty" Genovese, Murder Victim Whose Death Helped Create the 911 Emergency Alert System
  15. Charles Crittenton, Drug Manufacturer Turned Philanthropist
  16. Charlotte Woodward Pierce, Suffragist
  17. Chyna, Professional WWF Wrestler
  18. Clara Harris Rathbone, The Other Victim in the Presidential Box
  19. Deborah E Lipstadt, Shoah Historian
  20. Edith M Flanigen, Chemist Who Holds Over 100 Patents
  21. Edmonia Lewis, The First Professional African American Sculptor
  22. Eleanor Roosevelt, Former First Lady of the United States of America
  23. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Social Reformer & Suffrage Leader
  24. Elizabeth Jennings Graham, She Did it 100 Years Before Rosa Parks
  25. Emily Howland, The First Woman to Charter a US National Bank
  26. Emily Warren Roebling, Engineer Noted for Her Work in Completing the Brooklyn Bridge
  27. Emma H Cunningham, Possible Murderess?
  28. Esther Hobart Morris, The First Female Justice of the Peace in the United States
  29. Esther Lederberg-Simon, Microbiologist
  30. Mother Fidelia McMahon, Oversaw the Expansion and Innovation of Arizona's First Hospital
  31. Francesca Hilton, Comedian, Actress, and Daughter of Zsa Zsa Gabor
  32. George Eastman, Founder of Eastman Kodak Company
  33. Gertrude Ederle, The First Woman to Swim the English Channel
  34. Gertrude B Elion, Pharmacologist Who Created Prescriptions to Combat Leukemia, Malaria, Herpes, and More
  35. Grace Bedell Billings, She Wrote President Lincoln a Now Famous Letter
  36. Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, The Woman Who Pioneered Computer Programming
  37. Hannah White Arnett, Revolutionary War Patriot
  38. Private Harold Baumgarten, World War II Survivor and Later Doctor
  39. Inez Milholland, Literally Campaigned Herself to Death for the Cause of Suffrage
  40. Iris Burton, Talent Agent for Hollywood Child Stars
  41. Ivanka Trump-Kushner, Former Business Leader at the Trump Organization
  42. Jane Stanford, Co-Founder of Stanford University
  43. Dr. Jane C Wright, Pioneering Cancer Researcher and Oncologist
  44. Janet Yellen, Former Chair of the United States Federal Reserve
  45. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Former First Lady of the United States of America
  46. Lady Jeanette Churchill, Million Dollar American Princess and Winston's Mom
  47. Jeanine Pirro, Former Judge and District Attorney
  48. Joan Rivers, Comedian and Actress
  49. Joan Whitney-Payson, The First Majority Shareholder of the New York Mets, Socialite, and Businesswoman
  50. John Walsh, Host and Creator of America's Most Wanted 
  51. Joy Mangano, Inventor
  52. Judith Exner, Allegedly JFK's Mistress
  53. Kate Warne, The First Female Detective in United States History
  54. Katharine Graham, Former CEO of The Washington Post
  55. Lady Gaga, Musician and Actress
  56. Linda Lovelace, Porn Star Who Went on to Become a Born-Again Christian
  57. Lola Greene Baldwin, The First Female Police Officer in the United States
  58. Lucille Ball, Actress, Comedian, and Studio Executive
  59. Madeleine Astor Dick, Titanic Survivor
  60. Mae Capone, Al's Wife
  61. Margaret Floy Washburn, The First Woman to Earn a PhD in Psychology
  62. Margaret Rudkin, Founder of Pepperidge Farm
  63. Maria Halpin Hunt, Her Life was Destroyed by a US President
  64. Marie Maynard Daly, The First African American Woman to Receive a PhD in Chemistry
  65. Mark Hogancamp, Inspiring True Story Behind Welcome to Marwen
  66. Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, The First Woman in US History to be Awarded the Medal of Honor
  67. Mary Pinchot Meyer, Painter whose Murder has Never Been Solved
  68. Mary Von Waldersee, Philanthropist & Possible Mistress of Wilhelm II
  69. Meg Whitman, Former CEO of Ebay
  70. Megan Leavey, Former Marine Corps Corporal in a K-9 Unit
  71. Mindy Grossman, Former CEO of HSN
  72. Nancy Lieberman, The First Woman to Coach a Men's Professional Sports Team
  73. Nancy Reagan, Former First Lady of the United States of America
  74. Patricia Bath, Ophthalmologist and Laser Scientist
  75. Priscilla Presley, Business Magnate and Ex-Wife of Elvis Presley
  76. Brigadier General Ranald Mackenzie, This Guy Made George Armstrong Custer Look...Weak
  77. Robert Moog, Inventor of the Synthesizer
  78. Rosalyn Yalow, Biochemist and Medical Physicist
  79. Rose Cleveland, Acting First Lady of the United States During Her Brother, Grover Cleveland's, First Administration
  80. Rusty Kanokogi, Mother of Women's Judo
  81. Shirley Chisholm, The First African American Woman to Serve in the United States House of Representatives
  82. Sigourney Weaver, Actress Known as the Queen of SciFi
  83. Steve Buscemi, Actor and Former Firefighter
  84. Sybil Ludington, The Real Midnight Rider
  85. Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt Jr, The Only General To Land at Utah Beach During D-Day
  86. Tom Sawyer, Yes, He was a Real Person
  87. Vivienne Nearing, Cheated on a Game Show
  88. Walter Hunt, He Invented So Many Things the List Wouldn't Fit on This Little Line
  89. Ursula Burns, Former CEO of Xerox