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934 Beornstan of Winchester an English Bishop of Winchester. He was consecrated in May 931. He died on 1 November 934. After his death, he was revered as a saint
955 Henry I Duke of Bavaria Duke of Bavaria.
982 Otto I Duke of Swabia and Bavaria the Duke of Swabia from 973 and Duke of Bavaria from 976. He was a member of the Ottonian dynasty, the only son of Duke Liudolf of Swabia and his wife Ida, and thus a grandson of the Emperor Otto I and his Anglo-Saxon wife Eadgyth. His sister Mathilde was the abbess of Essen Abbey
1296 Guillaume Durand a French canonist and liturgical writer, and Bishop of Mende.
1365 Rudolf IV Duke of Austria a scion of the House of Habsburg and Duke of Austria and Duke of Styria and Carinthia from 1358, as well as Count of Tyrol from 1363 and first Duke of Carniola from 1364 until his death. After the Habsburgs got nothing from the decree of the Golden Bull in 1356, he gave order to draw up the "Privilegium Maius", a fake document to empower the Austrian rulers
1391 Amadeus VII Count of Savoy Count of Savoy from 1383 to 1391.
1399 John V Duke of Brittany Duke of Brittany and Count of Montfort from 1345 until his death and 7th Earl of Richmond from 1372 until his death.
1406 Joanna Duchess of Brabant the heiress of Duke John III, who died in Brussels, December 5, 1355. Her mother was Marie d'Évreux
1442 John V Duke of Mecklenburg Duke of Mecklenburg from 1436 to 1442.
1457 Francesco Foscari doge of Venice from 1423 to 1457, at the inception of the Italian Renaissance.
1463 David of Trebizond the last Emperor of Trebizond from 1459 to 1461. He was the third son of Emperor Alexios IV of Trebizond and Theodora Kantakouzene. Following the fall of Trebizond to the Ottoman Empire, he was taken captive with his family to the Ottoman capital, Constantinople, where he and his sons and nephew were executed in 1463
1492 Beltrán de la Cueva 1st Duke of Alburquerque said to have fathered Joan, the daughter of Henry IV of Castile's wife Joan of Portugal. His alleged daughter, called "la Beltraneja", was deprived of the crown of Castile because of the uncertainty regarding her parentage
1492 René Duke of Alençon the son of John II of Alençon and Marie of Armagnac.
1496 Filippo Buonaccorsi an Italian humanist and writer.
1546 Giulio Romano an Italian painter and architect. A pupil of Raphael, his stylistic deviations from high Renaissance classicism help define the 16th-century style known as Mannerism. Giulio's drawings have long been treasured by collectors; contemporary prints of them engraved by Marcantonio Raimondi were a significant contribution to the spread of 16th-century Italian style throughout Europe
1588 Jean Daurat a French poet, scholar and a member of a group known as The Pléiade.
1596 Pierre Pithou a French lawyer and scholar. He is also known as Petrus Pithoeus
1597 Edward Kelley an ambiguous figure in English Renaissance occultism and self-declared spirit medium who worked with John Dee in his magical investigations. Besides the professed ability to summon spirits or angels in a "shew-stone" or mirror, which John Dee so valued, Kelley also claimed to possess the secret of transmuting base metals into gold, the goal of alchemy, as well as the supposed Philosopher's Stone itself
1612 Charles Count of Soissons a French prince du sang and military commander during the struggles over religion and the throne in late 16th century France. A first cousin of King Henry IV of France, he was the son of the Huguenot leader Louis I de Bourbon, prince de Condé and his second wife, Françoise d'Orléans-Longueville. He gave his name to the Hotel de Soissons after his title Count of Soissons
1629 Hendrick ter Brugghen a Dutch painter and a leading member of the Dutch followers of Caravaggio – the so-called Dutch Caravaggisti. Along with Gerrit van Hondhorst and Dirck van Baburen, Ter Brugghen was one of the most important Dutch painters to have been influenced by Caravaggio
1631 Archduchess Maria Maddalena of Austria Grand Duchess of Tuscany from the accession of her husband, Cosimo II, in 1609 until his death in 1621. With him, she had eight children, including a duchess of Parma, a grand duke of Tuscany, and an archduchess of Further Austria. Born in Graz, she was the youngest daughter of Charles II, Archduke of Inner Austria, and his wife Maria Anna of Bavaria. During the minority of her son, Grand Duke Ferdinando, she and her mother-in-law acted as regents. She died on 1 November 1631 in Padua
1641 Jan van de Velde a Dutch Golden Age painter and engraver of animal, landscape and still-life subjects. He was the son of Jan van de Velde the Elder and the father of the still life painter Jan Jansz van de Velde
1642 Jean Nicolet now the U.S. state of Wisconsin.
1661 Philip Prospero Prince of Asturias the first son of Philip IV of Spain and Mariana of Austria to survive infancy. Philip IV had no male heir since the death of Balthasar Charles, his son by his first wife, Elisabeth of France, eleven years before, and the issue of succession, as Spain's strength continued to ebb, had become a matter of fervent and anxious prayer
1676 Gisbertus Voetius a Dutch Calvinist theologian.
1678 William Coddington an early magistrate of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and later of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. He served as the Judge of Portsmouth, Judge of Newport, Governor of Portsmouth and Newport, Deputy Governor of the entire colony, and then Governor of the colony. Born and raised in Lincolnshire, England, he accompanied the Winthrop Fleet in its voyage to New England in 1630, becoming an early leader in Boston. Here he built the first brick house, and became heavily involved in the local government as an assistant , treasurer, and deputy
1700 Charles II of Spain the last Habsburg ruler of Spain. His realm included Southern Netherlands and Spain's overseas empire, stretching from the Americas to the Spanish East Indies. Known as "the Bewitched" , he is noted for his extensive physical, intellectual, and emotional disabilities—along with his consequent ineffectual rule
1704 John Louis I Prince of Anhalt-Dornburg a German prince of the House of Ascania and ruler of the principality of Anhalt-Dornburg.
1750 Gustaaf Willem van Imhoff a Dutch colonial administrator for the Dutch East India Company. He served as Governor of Ceylon from 1736 to 1740 and as Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies from 1743 until his death in 1750
1768 Pierre van Maldere a violinist and composer from the Southern Low Countries.
1770 Gaspare Traversi an Italian Rococo painter best known for his genre works. Active mostly in his native city of Naples, he also painted throughout Italy, including a stay in Parma
1775 Pierre-Joseph Bernard a French military man and salon poet with the reputation of a rake, the author of several libretti for Rameau. Mme de Pompadour arranged to have him appointed a royal librarian, at the château de Choisy, where she had a little pavilion built for him
1776 Francisco de Saldanha da Gama the third cardinal patriarch of Lisbon.
1783 Carl Linnaeus the Younger a Swedish naturalist. He is known as Linnaeus filius to distinguish him from his famous father, the systematist Carl Linnaeus
1784 Jean-Jacques Lefranc Marquis de Pompignan a French man of letters and erudition, who published a considerable output of theatrical work, poems, literary criticism, and polemics; treatises on archeology, nature, travel and many other subjects; and a wide selection of highly regarded translations of the classics and other works from several European languages including English.
1802 Charles Leclerc a French Army general and husband to Pauline Bonaparte, sister to Napoleon Bonaparte.
1804 Johann Friedrich Gmelin a German naturalist, botanist, entomologist, herpetologist and malacologist.
1814 Alexander Samoylov a Russian general and statesman.
1823 Heinrich Wilhelm von Gerstenberg a German poet and critic.
1828 Juan Vicente Villacorta Díaz a Central American politician. From July 10, 1823 to March 15, 1824 he was a member of the triumvirates that governed the Federal Republic of Central America. From December 13, 1824 to November 1, 1826 he was head of state of El Salvador, while it was a state of the Central American Federation
1843 Julius Vincenz von Krombholz a physician and mycologist born in Oberpolitz , northern Bohemia.
1846 Franz Anton Ries a German violinist. His father Johann Ries was court trumpeter to the Elector of Cologne in Bonn
1852 Maximilian de Beauharnais 3rd Duke of Leuchtenberg the husband of Grand Duchess Maria Nikolayevna of Russia and first cousin of Emperors Napoleon III of the French and Francis Joseph I of Austria. He was a grandson of Napoleon I's first wife, the Empress Josephine, by her prior marriage to Alexandre de Beauharnais
1860 Alexandra Feodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia) Empress consort of Russia. She was the wife of Emperor Nicholas I, and mother of Emperor Alexander II
1865 Charles-François Lebœuf a French sculptor.
1865 John Lindley an English botanist, gardener and orchidologist.
1871 William Baxter (Oxford Botanic Garden curator) a British botanist, author of British Phaenogamous Botany and appointed curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden in 1813.
1872 John Maguire (Irish politician) an Irish politician. He was elected as Member of Parliament for Dungarvan in 1852. He was subsequently an MP for Cork City, serving between 1865 and his death in 1872
1879 Zachariah Chandler Mayor of Detroit , a four-term U.S. Senator from the state of Michigan , and Secretary of the Interior under U.S. President Ulysses Grant. Secretary Chandler, in compliance with President Grant's recommendations and authority, implemented massive reform in the Department of Interior during his tenure in office. Previous Secretary of Interior Columbus Delano, was not a reformer, and had carelessly allowed profiteering to spread throughout the Interior Department. Secretary Chandler fired corrupt agents at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and fired and replaced the Indian Commissioner and Bureau Clerk. In addition, Secretary Chandler banned "Indian Attorneys" from the Interior Department, who swindled Indian tribes into paying for bogus representation in Washington D.C. Secretary Chandler fully endorsed President Grant's Peace Policy initiative to civilize American Indian tribes
1882 George Critchett (surgeon) an ophthalmic surgeon.