Born on June 11

1403 John IV Duke of Brabant the son of Antoine of Burgundy, Duke of Brabant, Lothier and Limburg and his first wife Jeanne of Saint-Pol. He was the second Brabantian ruler from the House of Valois
1431 Edmund Tudor 1st Earl of Richmond the father of King Henry VII of England and a member of the Tudor family of Penmynydd, North Wales.
1456 Anne Neville an English queen, the daughter of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick. She became Princess of Wales as the wife of Edward of Westminster and then Queen of England as the wife of King Richard III
1527 Anna Sophia of Prussia a German noblewoman. She was a duchess in Prussia by birth and by marriage Duchess of Mecklenburg
1540 Barnabe Googe a poet and translator, one of the earliest English pastoral poets.
1564 Joseph Heintz the Elder a Swiss painter, draftsman and architect.
1572 Ben Jonson an English playwright, poet, and literary critic of the seventeenth century, whose artistry exerted a lasting impact upon English poetry and stage comedy. He popularised the comedy of humours. He is best known for the satirical plays Every Man in His Humour , Volpone, or The Foxe , The Alchemist , and Bartholomew Fayre: A Comedy , and for his lyric poetry; he is generally regarded as the second most important English dramatist, after William Shakespeare, during the reign of James I
1585 Evert Horn a Swedish soldier. He was born in Haapsalu. He was appointed Governor of Narva in 1613, and Field Marshal in 1614. He was killed by a bullet during the early days of the Swedish siege of Pskov
1588 George Wither an English poet, pamphleteer, and satirist. He was a prolific writer who adopted a deliberate plainness of style; he was several times imprisoned. V. Wedgwood wrote "every so often in the barren acres of his verse is a stretch enlivened by real wit and observation, or fired with a sudden intensity of feeling"
1662 Tokugawa Ienobu the sixth shogun of the Tokugawa dynasty of Japan. He was the eldest son of Tokugawa Tsunashige, thus making him the nephew of Tokugawa Ietsuna and Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, the grandson of Tokugawa Iemitsu, the great-grandson of Tokugawa Hidetada, and the great-great grandson of Tokugawa Ieyasu
1672 Francesco Antonio Bonporti an Italian priest and amateur composer.
1690 Giovanni Antonio Giay an Italian composer. His compositional output includes 15 operas, 5 symphonies, and a significant amount of sacred music
1696 James Francis Edward Keith a Scottish soldier and Prussian field marshal. As a Jacobite he took part in a failed attempt to restore the Stuart Monarchy to Britain, before joining the Spanish and Russian armies. He ultimately came to serve in the Prussian army under Frederick the Great where he distinguished himself. He died during the Seven Years' War at the Battle of Hochkirk
1697 Francesco Antonio Vallotti an Italian composer, music theorist, and organist.
1704 Carlos Seixas a Portuguese composer, the son of the cathedral organist, Francisco Vaz and Marcelina Nunes.
1713 Edward Capell an English Shakespearian critic.
1723 Johann Georg Palitzsch a German astronomer who became famous for recovering Comet 1P/Halley on Christmas Day, 1758. The periodic nature of this comet had been deduced by its namesake Edmond Halley in 1705, but Halley had died before seeing if his prediction would come true
1726 Infanta Maria Teresa Rafaela of Spain an Infanta of Spain by birth and was later the wife of Louis, Dauphin of France, son of Louis XV of France. She died aged 20, while giving birth to a daughter who died in 1748
1731 Francis Grose an English antiquary, draughtsman, and lexicographer. He was born at his father's house in Broad Street, St-Peter-le-Poer, London, son of a Swiss immigrant and jeweller, Francis Jacob Grose , and his wife, Anne , daughter of Thomas Bennett of Greenford in Middlesex. Grose was baptized on 11 June 1731 in the parish of St Peter-le-Poer
1741 Joseph Warren an American doctor who played a leading role in American Patriot organizations in Boston in early days of the American Revolution, eventually serving as president of the revolutionary Massachusetts Provincial Congress. Warren enlisted Paul Revere and William Dawes on April 18, 1775, to leave Boston and spread the alarm that the British garrison in Boston was setting out to raid the town of Concord and arrest rebel leaders John Hancock and Samuel Adams. Warren participated in the next day's Battles of Lexington and Concord, which are commonly considered to be the opening engagements of the American Revolutionary War
1752 Christian Graf von Haugwitz a German statesman, best known for serving as Foreign Minister of Prussia during the Napoleonic Wars.
1755 Jean Louis Marie Poiret a French clergyman, botanist and explorer.
1776 John Constable None
1780 Bernhard von Lindenau a German lawyer, astronomer, politician, and art collector.
1786 Philipp Jakob Cretzschmar a German physician.
1787 Manuel Dorrego an Argentine statesman and soldier. He was governor of Buenos Aires in 1820, and then again from 1827 to 1828
1795 Narcisse-Achille de Salvandy a French politician.
1797 José Trinidad Reyes y preferencia, sobre sus semejantes".
1800 Carlo Vittadini an Italian doctor and mycologist.
1807 Napoléon comte Daru a French soldier and politician. Son of Pierre Daru and godson of Napoléon and Joséphine, he studied at the lycée Louis-le-Grand, then at the l'Ecole polytechnique and at the l'Ecole militaire d'application in Metz. After becoming second-lieutenant of artillery in 1830, he participated with military honor in the French conquest of Algeria. He became peer of France in 1833, member of the Assemblée Nationale in 1848 and 1849, member of the Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques in 1860, deputy from the department of Manche in 1869 and 1871, minister of foreign affairs in the cabinet of Émile Ollivier in 1870, and senator from the department of Manche between 1876 and 1879
1808 Johann Konrad Kern a Swiss statesman. He was the first president of the Federal Supreme Court and president of the National Council in 1850–1851. Kernstrasse in Zürich is named for him
1811 Vissarion Belinsky a Russian literary critic of Westernizing tendency. He was an associate of Alexander Herzen, Mikhail Bakunin , and other critical intellectuals. Belinsky played one of the key roles in the career of poet and publisher Nikolay Nekrasov and his popular magazine Sovremennik
1812 Otto Friedrich Theodor von Möller a Russian artist of Baltic German descent.
1815 Julia Margaret Cameron a British photographer. She became known for her portraits of celebrities of the time, and for photographs with Arthurian and other legendary or heroic themes
1816 Robert H. Milroy a lawyer, judge, and a Union Army general in the American Civil War, most noted for his defeat at the Second Battle of Winchester in 1863.
1818 Alexander Bain a Scottish philosopher and educationalist in the British school of empiricism and a prominent and innovative figure in the fields of psychology, linguistics, logic, moral philosophy and education reform. He founded Mind, the first ever journal of psychology and analytical philosophy, and was the leading figure in establishing and applying the scientific method to psychology. Bain was the inaugural Regius Chair in Logic and Professor of Logic at the University of Aberdeen, where he also held Professorships in Moral Philosophy and English Literature and was twice elected Lord Rector
1820 Alexandre Bertrand a French archaeologist born in Rennes. He was the son of physician Alexandre Jacques François Bertrand and elder brother to mathematician Joseph Louis François Bertrand
1822 Samuel D. Sturgis an American military officer who served in the Mexican-American War, as a Union general in the American Civil War, and later in the Indian Wars.
1823 James L. Kemper a lawyer, a Confederate general in the American Civil War, and the 37th Governor of Virginia. He was the youngest of the brigade commanders, and the only non-professional military officer, in the division that led Pickett's Charge, in which he was wounded and captured but rescued
1828 Costantino Nigra an Italian diplomat.
1829 Alfred Newton an English zoologist and ornithologist. Newton was Professor of Comparative Anatomy at Cambridge University from 1866 to 1907. Among his numerous publications were a four-volume Dictionary of Birds , entries on ornithology in the Encyclopaedia Britannica while also an editor of the journal Ibis from 1865 to 1870. In 1900 he was awarded the Royal Medal of the Royal Society and the Gold Medal of the Linnaean Society
1830 Miguel Iglesias a Peruvian soldier, general, and politician who served as President of Peru from 1882 to 1885.
1832 Lucy Pickens a 19th-century American socialite, known during and after her lifetime as the "Queen of the Confederacy". She was described as "beautiful, brilliant, and captivating" by her male contemporaries, and this perception of her helped shape the stereotype of the "Southern belle"
1832 Charilaos Trikoupis a Greek politician who served as a Prime Minister of Greece seven times from 1875 until 1895.
1834 Francis Cowper 7th Earl Cowper a British Liberal politician. He was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland from 1880 to 1882
1834 Johann Bauschinger a mathematician, builder, and professor of Engineering Mechanics at Munich Polytechnic from 1868 until his death. The Bauschinger effect in materials science is named after him. He was also the father of astronomer Julius Bauschinger
1838 Marià Fortuny the leading Catalan painter of his day, with an international reputation. His brief career encompassed works on a variety of subjects common in the art of the period, including the Romantic fascination with Orientalist themes, historicist genre painting, military painting of Spanish colonial expansion, as well as a prescient loosening of brush-stroke and color
1840 Adolf Ditlev Jørgensen born in northern Schleswig, Danish historian.
1842 Carl von Linde a German scientist and engineer who discovered a refrigeration cycle and invented the first industrial-scale air separation and gas liquefaction processes. These breakthroughs laid the backbone for the 1913 Nobel Prize in physics. Linde was a member of scientific and engineering associations, including being on the board of trustees of the Physikalisch-Technische Reichsanstalt and the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Linde was also the founder of what is now known as The Linde Group, the world's largest industrial gases company, and ushered the creation of the supply chain of industrial gases as a profitable line of businesses. He was knighted in 1897 as Ritter von Linde
1842 Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein the son of Prince Franz de Paula of Liechtenstein and Countess Julia Eudoxia Potocka-Piława , older brother of Prince Franz de Paula of Liechtenstein, and cousin and brother-in-law of Franz I of Liechtenstein.