Died in 1832

Jan 9 Karl von Kügelgen a landscape and history painter, a Russian court and cabinet painter in Petersburg, a member of the Royal Russian Academy of Arts in Petersburg, and a member of the Royal Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin.
Jan 13 Thomas Lord an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1787 to 1802. He made a brief comeback, playing in one further match in 1815. Overall, Lord made 90 known appearances in first-class cricket. He was mostly associated with Middlesex and with Marylebone Cricket Club as a ground staff bowler
Jan 28 Augustin Daniel Belliard a French general.
Jan 30 Artur Potocki a Polish nobleman.
Feb 1 Archibald Murphey a North Carolina politician known as the "Father of Education" in his state for his proposals that benefited public works and public education.
Feb 3 George Crabbe an English poet, surgeon, and clergyman. He is best known for his early use of the realistic narrative form and his descriptions of middle and working-class life and people
Feb 4 François-Xavier-Marc-Antoine de Montesquiou-Fézensac a French clergyman and politician.
Mar 4 Jean-François Champollion a French scholar, philologist and orientalist, decipherer of the Egyptian hieroglyphs.
Mar 10 Muzio Clementi an Italian-born English composer, pianist, pedagogue, conductor, music publisher, editor, and piano manufacturer. Born in Rome, he spent most of his life in England
Mar 12 Friedrich Kuhlau a German-born Danish composer during the Classical and Romantic periods. He was a central figure of the Danish Golden Age and is immortalized in Danish cultural history through his music for Elves' Hill, the first true work of Danish National Romanticism and a concealed tribute to the absolute monarchy. To this day it is his version of this melody which is the definitive arrangement
Mar 13 Aleksander Orłowski a Polish painter and sketch artist, and a pioneer of lithography in the Russian Empire.
Mar 15 Otto Wilhelm Masing an early Baltic German Estophile and a major advocate of peasant rights, especially regarding education.
Mar 22 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe a German writer and statesman. His body of work includes epic and lyric poetry written in a variety of metres and styles; prose and verse dramas; memoirs; an autobiography; literary and aesthetic criticism; treatises on botany, anatomy, and colour; and four novels. In addition, numerous literary and scientific fragments, more than 10,000 letters, and nearly 3,000 drawings by him are extant
Mar 24 Princess Maria Anna of Saxony (1799–1832) a princess of Saxony. She became Grand Duchess of Tuscany by her marriage to Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany
Mar 29 Maria Theresa of Austria-Este Queen of Sardinia born an Archduchess of Austria and a Princess of Modena. She was later Queen of Sardinia as consort of Victor Emmanuel I of Sardinia
Mar 30 Stephen Groombridge a British merchant and astronomer.
Mar 31 Antoni Brodowski a Polish Neo-classicist painter and pedagogue. Brodowski was born in Warsaw but moved to Paris to study under Jean Augustin and Jacques-Louis David, later Brodowski's idol. He also became a pupil of Anne-Louis Girodet and François Gérard. His compositions are very large-scale with many figures, and often based on themes from Antiquity. Brodowski is also well known for his decorative paintings within palaces and theatres in Warsaw
Apr 3 Jean Baptiste Gay vicomte de Martignac a moderate royalist French statesman during the Bourbon Restoration 1814–30 under King Charles X.
Apr 9 Bernard-François marquis de Chauvelin a French nobleman and liberal.
Apr 16 Justus Christian Loder a German anatomist and surgeon who was a native of Riga.
Apr 16 Henri Cassini a French botanist and naturalist, who specialised in the sunflower family.
Apr 24 Friedrich Gottlob Hayne a German botanist, taxonomist, pharmacist and professor.
May 9 Camillo Borghese 6th Prince of Sulmona a member of the Borghese family, best known for being brother-in-law to Napoleon.
May 12 Heinrich Christian Macklot a German naturalist.
May 13 Edward Dodwell an Irish painter, traveller and a writer on archaeology.
May 13 Georges Cuvier a French naturalist and zoologist. Cuvier was a major figure in natural sciences research in the early 19th century and was instrumental in establishing the fields of comparative anatomy and paleontology through his work in comparing living animals with fossils
May 15 Carl Friedrich Zelter a German composer, conductor and teacher of music. Working in his father's bricklaying business, Zelter attained mastership in that profession, and was a musical autodidact
May 16 Casimir Pierre Périer a French statesman, President of the Council during the July Monarchy, when he headed the conservative Parti de la résistance.
May 20 Johann Michael Sailer a German Jesuit professor of theology and Bishop of Ratisbon.
May 22 Archduchess Marie Caroline of Austria Ferdinanda of Austria, Crown Princess of Saxony.
May 26 Bonifacio Asioli a composer of classical and church music. He was also a child prodigy, having commenced to study music when five years of age and composing several masses and a piano concerto by age eight. By the time he was eighteen, he had composed five masses, twenty-four other works for church and theatre, and many instrumental pieces
May 30 James Mackintosh a Scottish jurist, Whig politician and historian. His studies and sympathies embraced many interests. He was trained as a doctor and barrister, and worked also as a journalist, judge, administrator, professor, philosopher and politician
May 31 Évariste Galois a French mathematician born in Bourg-la-Reine. While still in his teens, he was able to determine a necessary and sufficient condition for a polynomial to be solvable by radicals, thereby solving a 350 years-standing problem. His work laid the foundations for Galois theory and group theory, two major branches of abstract algebra, and the subfield of Galois connections. He died at age 20 from wounds suffered in a duel
Jun 1 Jean Maximilien Lamarque a French commander during the Napoleonic Wars who later became a member of French Parliament. Lamarque served with distinction in many of Napoleon's campaigns. He was particularly noted for his capture of Capri from the British, and for his defeat of Royalist forces in the Vendée in 1815. The latter campaign received great praise from Napoleon, who said Lamarque had "performed wonders, and even surpassed my hopes"
Jun 2 Jean-Pierre Abel-Rémusat a French sinologist best known as the first Chair of Sinology at the Collège de France. Rémusat studied medicine as a young man, but his discovery of a Chinese herbal treatise enamored him with the Chinese language, and he spent five years teaching himself to read After publishing several well-received articles on Chinese topics, a chair in Chinese was created at the Collège de France in 1814 and Rémusat was placed in it
Jun 4 William Heste a Russian architect, civil engineer and town planner of Scottish descent. His name is also transliterated back from Russian as William Heste or, seldom, Vasily Heste. Because of his influence at court Heste's designs for buildings and whole towns can be seen throughout Russia
Jun 5 Kaʻahumanu queen consort and acted as regent of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi as Kuhina Nui. She was the favorite wife of King Kamehameha I and also the most politically powerful, and continued to wield considerable power as co-ruler in the kingdom during reigns of his first two successors
Jun 6 Jeremy Bentham a British philosopher, jurist, and social reformer. He is regarded as the founder of modern utilitarianism
Jun 10 Manuel García (tenor) a Spanish opera singer, composer, impresario, and singing teacher.
Jun 12 Nikolaus Simrock a German horn player at the court of the Elector of Cologne in Bonn and a music publisher. He was a friend of Ludwig van Beethoven and founder of the Simrock music publishing house. "Highly esteemed as a man and a musician", he remained in contact with Beethoven throughout the 1790s and is a regarded as a "reliable witness" to Beethoven's years in Bonn
Jun 21 Princess Amalie of Hesse-Darmstadt the daughter of Ludwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt and Henriette Karoline of Palatine-Zweibrücken.
Jun 23 Sir James Hall 4th Baronet a Scottish geologist and geophysicist, born at Dunglass, East Lothian, to Sir John Hall, 3rd Baronet , by his spouse, Magdalen daughter of Sir Robert Pringle, 3rd Baronet, of Stichill, Roxburghshire. Sir James was also Member of Parliament for Michael's borough 1807–1812
Jun 24 Timofei Fedorovic Osipovsky a Russian mathematician, physicist, astronomer, and philosopher. Timofei Osipovsky graduated from the St Petersburg Teachers Seminary
Jun 29 John Hely-Hutchinson 2nd Earl of Donoughmore an Anglo-Irish politician, hereditary peer and soldier.
Jul 6 José de la Serna e Hinojosa a Spanish general and colonial official. He was the last Spanish viceroy of Peru to exercise effective power
Jul 9 Semyon Vorontsov a Russian diplomat from the aristocratic Russian Vorontsov family, whose siblings included Alexander Vorontsov, Elizaveta Vorontsova and Yekaterina Vorontsova-Dashkova.
Jul 19 Karl Julius Weber a German writer.
Jul 21 François Joseph Bouvet a French admiral.
Jul 22 Napoleon II the son of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, and his second wife, Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria.
Jul 25 František Josef Gerstner a Bohemian physicist and engineer.