Born in Honduras circa 1792, Morazán became the first president of the Central American Federation. But perhaps his most notable accomplishment was proving that the neckbeard could go global.Number 3: Colonel Marshall Howe
Granted, Howe's career during the Civil War doesn't dominate many history books. But he earned a spotlight page on the National Archives website due to a beard that seems to take root on the lower quadrant of his wattle, leaving a bizarre gape along his jawline. Top that, U.S. Grant and Robert E. Lee!Continue to keep counting down our picks for the ten best neckbeards in history.