July 1686 in history

July 1686 events chronologically

Jul 22 Albany, New York is formally chartered as a municipality by Governor Thomas Dongan

Born in July 1686

Jul 6 Antoine de Jussieu a French naturalist.
Jul 9 Philip Livingston (1686–1749) the son of Robert Livingston the Elder, and elder brother of Robert Livingston of Clermont. Philip was the second Lord of Livingston Manor, a merchant, and slave trader
Jul 31 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

Died in July 1686

Jul 10 Ercole Ferrata an Italian sculptor of the Roman Baroque.
Jul 10 John Fell (bishop) an English churchman and influential academic. He served as Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, and later concomitantly as Bishop of Oxford
Jul 16 John Pearson (bishop) an English theologian and scholar.