Died in 1714

Feb 2 John Sharp (bishop) born at Bradford, and educated at Christ's College, Cambridge.
Feb 14 Maria Luisa of Savoy a Savoyard princess and the first wife of Philip V of Spain. She acted as Regent of Spain and had great influence over her husband. She is closely associated with Princesse des Ursins
Feb 15 Hans Wachtmeister admiral general of the Swedish Navy and advisor to King Charles XI of Sweden and King Charles XII of Sweden. He served in the Scanian War of 1675–1679 and during the following twenty years of peace worked to build up the Swedish Navy. When the Great Northern War began in 1700 he was able to take his fleet to sea in good condition
Feb 24 Edmund Andros an English colonial administrator in North America. He was the governor of the Dominion of New England during most of its three-year existence. At other times, Andros served as governor of the provinces of New York, East and West Jersey, Virginia, and Maryland. Before his service in North America, he served as bailiff of Guernsey. Andros' tenure in New England was authoritarian and turbulent, as his views were decidedly pro-Anglican, a negative quality in a region home to many Puritans. His actions in New England resulted in his overthrow during the 1689 Boston revolt
Mar 3 Hans Carl von Carlowitz a German tax accountant and mining administrator. His book Sylvicultura oeconomica, oder haußwirthliche Nachricht und Naturmäßige Anweisung zur wilden Baum-Zucht was the first comprehensive treatise about forestry. He is considered to be the father of sustainable yield forestry
Mar 27 Charlotte Amalie of Hesse-Kassel queen-consort of Denmark and Norway, being the wife of King Christian V.
Mar 27 Anthony Ulrich Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg and ruled over the Wolfenbüttel subdivision of the duchy from 1685 until 1702 jointly with his brother, and solely from 1704 until his death.
Apr 17 Philipp Heinrich Erlebach a German Baroque composer.
Apr 19 Cornelius Anckarstjerna a Swedish admiral of Dutch origin and a member of the Swedish House of Nobility.
May 5 Charles Duke of Berry (1686–1714) a grandson of Louis XIV of France. Although he was only a grandson of Louis XIV, Berry held the rank of fils de France , rather than petit-fils de France , as the son of the Dauphin, heir apparent to the throne. The Duke of Berry was for seven years heir presumptive to the throne of Spain
May 30 Gottfried Arnold a German Lutheran theologian and historian.
Jun 8 Sophia of Hanover the Electress of Hanover from 1692 to 1698. She became heiress presumptive to crowns of the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Ireland under the Act of Settlement 1701. After the Act of Union, 1707 unified the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland, she became heiress to the throne of Kingdom of Great Britain
Jun 22 Matthew Henry a Welsh Non-Conformist minister.
Jul 4 Antonio Magliabechi an Italian librarian, scholar and bibliophile.
Aug 1 Anne Queen of Great Britain became Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland on 8 March 1702. On 1 May 1707, under the Acts of Union, two of her realms, the kingdoms of England and Scotland, united as a single sovereign state, the United Kingdom of Great Britain. She continued to reign as Queen of Great Britain and Ireland until her death
Aug 15 Constantin Brâncoveanu Prince of Wallachia between 1688 and 1714.
Aug 26 Edward Fowler an English churchman, Bishop of Gloucester from 1691 until his death.
Sep 3 Pietro Antonio Fiocco an Italian Baroque composer.
Oct 5 Kaibara Ekken a Japanese Neo-Confucianist philosopher and botanist.
Oct 10 Pierre Le Pesant sieur de Boisguilbert a French law-maker and a Jansenist, one of the inventors of the notion of an economical market.
Nov 5 Bernardino Ramazzini an Italian physician.
Nov 16 Aleksander Benedykt Sobieski the son of John III Sobieski, King of Poland, and his wife, Marie Casimire Louise de la Grange d'Arquien.
Nov 22 James Pierpont (minister) credited with the founding of Yale University in the United States. In 1701, Pierpont, a graduate of The Roxbury Latin School and Harvard University, secured the charter for The Collegiate School of Connecticut, which soon thereafter took the surname of its benefactor Elihu Yale