Died in 1633

Mar 1 George Herbert a Welsh-born English poet, orator and Anglican priest. Herbert's poetry is associated with the writings of the metaphysical poets, and he is recognized as "a pivotal figure: enormously popular, deeply and broadly influential, and arguably the most skillful and important British devotional lyricist."
Jul 5 Archduchess Margaret of Austria (1567–1633) a German princess member of the House of Habsburg.
Jul 7 Lew Sapieha a noble and statesman of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. He became Great Secretary of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 1580, Great Clerk of the Grand Duchy in 1581, Court Chancellor of the GDL in 1585, Grand Chancellor of the GDL from 1589 until 1623, Voivode of Vilnius in 1621, Great Lithuanian Hetman in 1623 and starost of Slonim, Brest and Mogilev. He was of Ruthenian ethnicity, however, modern Belarusian sources interpret his Ruthenian heritage as Belarusian
Jul 16 John Casimir Duke of Saxe-Coburg the Duke of Saxe-Coburg. He was the descendant of the Ernestine branch of the House of Wettin
Jul 22 Trijntje Keever alleged to be the tallest female person in recorded history, standing 9 Amsterdam feet or 2.54 metres tall at the time of her death at age seventeen.
Aug 5 George Abbot (bishop) an English divine who was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1611 to 1633. He also served as the fourth Chancellor of Trinity College, Dublin, from 1612 to 1633
Aug 12 Jacopo Peri often called the inventor of opera. He wrote the first work to be called an opera today, Dafne , and also the first opera to have survived to the present day, Euridice
Oct 1 Patriarch Philaret of Moscow a Russian boyar who after temporary disgrace rose to become patriarch of Moscow as Filaret , and became de facto ruler of Russia during the reign of his son, Mikhail Feodorovich.
Oct 24 Jean Titelouze a French composer, poet and organist of the early Baroque period. His style was firmly rooted in the Renaissance vocal tradition, and as such was far removed from the distinctly French style of organ music that developed during the mid-17th century. However, his hymns and Magnificat settings are the earliest known published French organ collections, and he is regarded as the first composer of the French organ school
Oct 26 Horio Tadaharu a tozama daimyō in Japan during the Edo period. His father was Horio Tadauji and his grandfather was Horio Yoshiharu. He was the third leader of the Matsue clan
Nov 7 Cornelis Drebbel the Dutch builder of the first navigable submarine in 1620. Drebbel was an innovator who contributed to the development of measurement and control systems, optics and chemistry
Nov 8 Xu Guangqi a Chinese scholar-bureaucrat, agricultural scientist, astronomer, and mathematician in the Ming Dynasty. Xu was a colleague and collaborator of the Italian Jesuits Matteo Ricci and Sabatino de Ursis and they translated several classic Western texts into Chinese, including part of Euclid's Elements. He was also the author of the Nong Zheng Quan Shu, one of the first comprehensive treatises on the subject of agriculture. He was one of the "Three Pillars of Chinese Catholicism". His current title is Servant of God
Nov 14 William Ames an English Protestant divine, philosopher, and controversialist. He spent much time in the Netherlands, and is noted for his involvement in the controversy between the Calvinists and the Arminians
Dec 1 Isabella Clara Eugenia sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands in the Low Countries and the north of modern France, together with her husband Albert. In some sources, she is referred to as Clara Isabella Eugenia. By birth, she was an infanta of Spain and Portugal
Dec 8 Theodoor Galle a Flemish Baroque engraver.
Dec 12 Hortensio Félix Paravicino a Spanish preacher and poet from the noble house of Pallavicini.
Dec 26 Jakob Bartsch a German astronomer.
Dec 27 Meletius Smotrytsky a writer, a religious and pedagogical activist of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, a Ruthenian linguist whose works influenced the development of the Eastern Slavic languages. His book "Slavonic Grammar with Correct Syntax" systematized the study of Church Slavonic and, according to Vinokur, "became the standard grammar book in Russia right up till the end of the 18th century." He believed in the revival of the Orthodox religion in traditionally Slavic lands centered in the Tsardom of Moscow
Dec 29 Cornelis Claesz van Wieringen a Dutch Golden Age painter.