Died in 1834

Jan 5 Claude Carra Saint-Cyr For the French milliner, see Claude Saint-Cyr.
Jan 6 Richard Martin (Irish politician) an Irish politician and campaigner against cruelty to animals. He was commonly known as "Humanity Dick", a nickname bestowed on him by King George He succeeded in getting the pioneering Cruel Treatment of Cattle Act 1822, nicknamed 'Martin's Act', passed into British law
Jan 12 William Grenville 1st Baron Grenville a British Whig statesman. He served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1806 to 1807 as head of the Ministry of All the Talents
Jan 13 Nicolaus Thomas Host an Austrian botanist, and the personal physician of Holy Roman Emperor Francis His botanical works include Synopsis plantarum in Austria and the four-volume Austriacorum Icones et descriptions graminum; he was also the first director of the botanical garden at the Belvedere palace. The genus Hosta is named for him
Jan 16 Jean Nicolas Pierre Hachette born at Mézières, where his father was a bookseller.
Jan 17 Giovanni Aldini a brother of the statesman Count Antonio Aldini and nephew of Luigi Galvani, whose treaties on muscular electricity he edited with notes in 1791.
Feb 6 Richard Lemon Lander a Cornish explorer of western Africa.
Feb 7 Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne a French diplomat.
Feb 8 Lewis David de Schweinitz a German-American botanist and mycologist. He is considered by some the "Father of North American Mycology", but also made significant contributions to botany
Feb 12 Friedrich Schleiermacher a German theologian, philosopher, and biblical scholar known for his attempt to reconcile the criticisms of the Enlightenment with traditional Protestant Christianity. He also became influential in the evolution of Higher Criticism, and his work forms part of the foundation of the modern field of hermeneutics. Because of his profound impact on subsequent Christian thought, he is often called the "Father of Modern Liberal Theology" and is considered an early leader in liberal Christianity. The Neo-Orthodoxy movement of the twentieth century, typically seen to be spearheaded by Karl Barth, was in many ways an attempt to challenge his influence
Feb 14 John Shore 1st Baron Teignmouth a British official of the East India Company who served as Governor-General of India from 1793 to 1797. In 1798 he was created Baron Teignmouth in the Peerage of Ireland
Feb 18 William Wirt (Attorney General) credited with turning the position of United States Attorney General into one of influence. Wirt County, West Virginia is named in his honor
Feb 23 Karl Ludwig von Knebel a German poet and translator.
Feb 26 Alois Senefelder a German actor and playwright who invented the printing technique of lithography in 1796.
Feb 27 Jean-Baptiste Wicar a French Neoclassical painter and art collector.
Mar 2 José Cecilio del Valle a philosopher, politician, lawyer, and journalist and one of the most important figures in Central America during the transition from colonial government to independence, displaying a wide-ranging expertise in public administration management.
Mar 12 Karl Wilhelm Feuerbach a German geometer and the son of legal scholar Paul Johann Anselm Ritter von Feuerbach, and the brother of philosopher Ludwig Feuerbach. After receiving his doctorate at age 22, he became a professor of mathematics at the Gymnasium at Erlangen. In 1822 he wrote a small book on mathematics noted mainly for a theorem on the nine-point circle, which is now known as Feuerbach's theorem. In 1827 he introduced homogeneous coordinates, independently of Möbius
Mar 24 Alexius Frederick Christian Duke of Anhalt-Bernburg a German prince of the House of Ascania. From 1796 until 1807 he was Reigning prince of the principality of Anhalt-Bernburg, and from 1807 until 1834 the first Duke of the Duchy of Anhalt-Bernburg
Mar 31 Landolin Ohmacht a German sculptor.
Apr 5 Richard Goodwin Keats a British naval officer who fought throughout the American Revolution, French Revolutionary War and Napoleonic War. He retired in 1812 due to ill health and was made Commodore-Governor of Newfoundland from 1813 to 1816. In 1821 he was made Governor of Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, London. Keats held the post until his death at Greenwich in 1834. Keats is remembered as a capable and well respected officer. His actions at the Battle of Algeciras Bay became legendary
Apr 7 Jean Louis Marie Poiret a French clergyman, botanist and explorer.
Apr 11 John 'Mad Jack' Fuller well known as a builder of follies, and as a philanthropist, patron of the arts and sciences, and a supporter of slavery. He purchased and commissioned many paintings from J.M.W. Turner. He was sponsor and mentor to Michael Faraday
Apr 27 Thomas Stothard an English painter, illustrator and engraver.
May 3 Aleksey Arakcheyev a Russian general and statesman under the reign of Alexander I.
May 17 Enrique O'Donnell Conde del Abisbal a Spanish general of Irish descent who fought in the Peninsular War.
May 17 Heinrich Wilhelm Brandes a German physicist, meteorologist, and astronomer.
May 20 Gilbert du Motier Marquis de Lafayette a French aristocrat and military officer who fought for the United States in the American Revolutionary War, and was a close friend of George Washington. Lafayette was a key figure in the French Revolution of 1789 and the July Revolution of 1830
May 20 Victor de Fay de La Tour-Maubourg a French cavalry commander starting under the Ancien Régime of France, and rising to prominence during the First French Empire. He was a diplomat after the Bourbon Restoration, where he served as Minister of War, from 1819-1821
May 22 Johann Baptist Emanuel Pohl an Austrian botanist, entomologist, geologist, and physician.
May 24 Princess Louise of Stolberg-Gedern (1764-1834) a German noblewoman member of the House of Stolberg and by her two marriages Duchess of Saxe-Meiningen and Württemberg.
Jun 1 Jean-Baptiste Mailhe a politician during the French Revolution. He gave his name to ""the Mailhe amendment", which sought to delay the execution of Louis XVI
Jun 4 Robert Bowyer a British miniature painter and publisher.
Jun 9 William Carey (missionary) an English Baptist missionary and a Particular Baptist minister, known as the "father of modern missions." Carey was one of the founders of the Baptist Missionary Society. As a missionary in the Danish colony, Serampore, India, he translated the Bible into Bengali, Sanskrit, and several other languages and dialects. Carey was a central figure in the modernization of India
Jun 26 Gilbert Blane a Scottish physician who instituted health reform in the Royal Navy.
Jun 28 Joseph Bové a Russian neoclassical architect with Italian roots who supervised reconstruction of Moscow after the Fire of 1812.
Jul 3 Jean-Baptiste de Nompère de Champagny a French admiral and politician.
Jul 9 Sir Michael Seymour 1st Baronet an officer of the Royal Navy. He served during the French Revolutionary and the Napoleonic Wars, eventually rising to the rank of Rear-Admiral
Jul 12 David Douglas a Scottish botanist. He was born to John Douglas, a stonemason, and Jean Drummond. He worked as a gardener, and explored the Scottish Highlands, North America, and Hawaii, where he died
Jul 14 Edmond-Charles Genêt the French ambassador to the United States during the French Revolution.
Jul 25 Samuel Taylor Coleridge an English poet, literary critic and philosopher who, with his friend William Wordsworth, was a founder of the Romantic Movement in England and a member of the Lake Poets. He wrote the poems The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Kubla Khan, as well as the major prose work Biographia Literaria. His critical work, especially on Shakespeare, was highly influential, and he helped introduce German idealist philosophy to English-speaking culture. He coined many familiar words and phrases, including the celebrated suspension of disbelief. He was a major influence on Emerson, and American transcendentalism
Jul 25 Nathan Wilson a United States Representative from New York. Born in Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, he moved with his family to Greenwich, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, where he attended school. He served two enlistments in Massachusetts regiments during the Revolutionary War in 1777 and 1780 and moved to New Perth , Washington County, New York. He enlisted as a private in the Sixteenth Regiment, Albany County Militia and was appointed by Governor George Clinton in 1791 adjutant in Washington County Militia Regiment. He was town collector in 1801 and 1802 and sheriff of Washington County from 1802 to 1806
Jul 27 Henry Bathurst 3rd Earl Bathurst a British politician.
Aug 1 Robert Morrison (missionary) an Anglo -Scottish evangelist and the first Christian Protestant missionary in China.
Aug 7 Joseph Marie Jacquard a French weaver and merchant. He played an important role in the development of the earliest programmable loom , which in turn played an important role in the development of other programmable machines, such as computers
Aug 17 Husein Gradaščević a Bosniak general who fought against the Ottoman Empire and new reforms implemented by the Sultan Mahmud II which abolished the ayan system. He is often referred to as "Zmaj od Bosne", meaning "the Dragon of Bosnia". Gradaščević was born in Gradačac in 1802—hence his surname Gradaščević, meaning "of Gradačac"—and grew up surrounded by a political climate of turmoil in the western reaches of the Ottoman Empire. The young Husein developed a reputation for wise rule and tolerance and soon became one of the most popular figures in Bosnia
Aug 27 Elisa Radziwill a member of Polish-Lithuanian high nobility of royal ancestry who was the desired bride of the Prince who later became Wilhelm I, German Emperor.
Aug 31 Karl Ludwig Harding a German astronomer notable for having discovered the asteroid 3 Juno.
Sep 2 Thomas Telford a Scottish civil engineer, architect and stonemason, and a noted road, bridge and canal builder. After establishing himself as an engineer of road and canal projects in Shropshire, he designed numerous infrastructure projects in his native Scotland, as well as harbours and tunnels. Such was his reputation as a prolific designer of highways and related bridges, he was dubbed The Colossus of Roads, and, reflecting his command of all types of civil engineering in the early 19th century, he was elected as the first President of the Institution of Civil Engineers, a post he retained for 14 years until his death
Sep 4 Peter Erasmus Müller a Danish bishop, historian, linguist and professor of theology.
Sep 4 Infanta Maria Francisca of Portugal a Portuguese infanta daughter of King John VI of Portugal and his spouse Carlota Joaquina of Spain.