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846 Joannicius the Great Venerable Saint Joannicius the Great, in original Greek Ioannikios the Great - respected Byzantine Christian saint, sage, theologian, prophet and wonderworker, the hermit of Mount Olympus , monk and abbot. One of the greatest monks of Christian East
1004 Otto I Duke of Carinthia Duke of Carinthia from 978 to 985 and again from 1002 until his death.
1035 Jaromír Duke of Bohemia the second son of Boleslaus II the Pious and Emma of Mělník. In 1003, he rebelled against his elder brother Boleslaus III, who had him castrated, but was unable to secure the throne, which was subsequently taken by Bolesław the Brave, King of Poland. Jaromír and his brother Oldřich then sought military backing from the German King Henry At Merseburg, Jaromír promised to hold Bohemia as a vassal of Henry. This action definitively placed Bohemia within the jurisdiction of the Holy Roman Empire
1039 Hugh of Chalon (Auxerre) a member of the house of Chalon. He was bishop of Auxerre and Count of Chalon
1157 Matilda of Savoy Queen of Portugal the first Queen of Portugal. Her husband was King Afonso I, the first sovereign of Portugal, whom she married in 1146
1212 Felix of Valois a hermit and a co-founder of the Trinitarian Order.
1217 Philip of Dreux a French nobleman, Bishop of Beauvais, and figure of the Third Crusade.
1252 John of Wildeshausen a German Dominican friar, who was made a bishop in Bosnia and later the fourth Master General of the Dominican Order.
1360 Elizabeth de Clare the heiress to the lordships of Clare, Suffolk in England and Usk in Wales. She was the youngest of the three daughters of Gilbert de Clare, 6th Earl of Hertford and Joan of Acre, and sister of Gilbert de Clare, who later succeeded as the 7th Earl. Born in Acre, she is commonly referred to as Elizabeth de Burgh, due to her first marriage to John de Burgh. Her two successive husbands were Theobald II de Verdun and Roger D'Amory
1411 Khalil Sultan the Timurid ruler of Transoxiana from 1405 to 1409. He was a son of Miran Shah and a grandson of Timur
1485 Françoise d'Amboise born in the castle of Thouars. She was the daughter of the rich noble Louis d'Amboise, prince of Talmont and Viscount of Thouars
1511 Francisco de Borja a Spanish cardinal, and the seventh of ten cardinal-nephews created by Pope Alexander VI.
1555 Agnes of Hesse a princess of Hesse by birth and by marriage Electress of Saxony.
1567 Girolamo Priuli (1486–1567) a Venetian noble, who served as the eighty-third Doge of Venice, from 1 September 1559 until his sudden death from a stroke. He was the elder brother of the preceding doge, Lorenzo Priuli. Girolamo's face is familiar from Tintoretto's portrait
1579 Wenceslaus III Adam Duke of Cieszyn a Duke of Cieszyn from 1528 until his death.
1581 Mathurin Romegas a scion of the aristocratic Gascony family of d'Aux and a member of the Knights of Saint John. He was one of the Order's greatest naval commanders and ended his life disgraced as a Rival Grand Master
1658 Antoine Le Maistre a French Jansenist lawyer, author and translator. His name has also been written as Lemaistre and Le Maître, and he sometimes used the pseudonym of Lamy
1669 Johannes Cocceius a Dutch theologian born at Bremen.
1674 Kanō Tan'yū one of the foremost Japanese painters of the Kanō school. His original given name was Morinobu; he was the eldest son of Kanō Takanobu and grandson of Kanō Eitoku. Many of the most famous and widely known Kanō works today are by Tan'yū
1690 Johann Wilhelm Duke of Saxe-Jena a duke of Saxe-Jena.
1698 Rasmus Bartholin a Danish scientist and physician. As part of his studies, he travelled in Europe for ten years. Professor at the University of Copenhagen, first in Geometry, later in Medicine. He was a younger brother of Thomas Bartholin
1702 John Benbow an English officer in the Royal Navy. He joined the navy aged 25 years, seeing action against Algerian pirates before leaving and joining the merchant navy where he traded until the Glorious Revolution of 1688, whereupon he returned to the Royal Navy and was commissioned
1704 Andreas Acoluthus a German scholar of orientalism and professor of theology at Breslau. A native of Bernstadt , Lower Silesia, he was the son of Johannes Acoluthus, pastor of Elisabeth and superintendent of the churches and schools of Breslau
1728 Stanisław Mateusz Rzewuski a Polish nobleman.
1753 Johann Nicolaus Bach a German composer of the Baroque period.
1781 Johann Nikolaus Götz a German poet from Worms.
1781 Faustina Bordoni an Italian mezzo-soprano.
1793 Louis Marie de Lescure a French soldier and opponent of the French Revolution, the cousin of Henri de la Rochejaquelein.
1794 Jakub Jasiński a Polish general, and poet of Enlightenment. He participated in the War in Defence of the Constitution in 1792, was an enemy of the Targowica Confederation and organized an action against its supporters in Wilno. He was killed in the Battle of Praga in 1794
1801 William Shippen an American physician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a civic and educational leader who represented Pennsylvania in the Continental Congress
1809 Noah Phelps Maj. Gen. Noah Phelps , was the son of David Phelps and Abigail Pettibone Phelps, and was descended from the English immigrant William Phelps. The family settled in Simsbury, Connecticut before 1750, and General Phelps became an active and influential man. He was a Yale University graduate, a justice of the Peace, judge of Probate for twenty years, and was a Delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 to ratify the Federal Constitution
1837 Jean-Louis-Marc Alibert a French dermatologist born in Villefranche-de-Rouergue, Aveyron. He was a pioneer of French dermatology
1842 Vasily Karazin a Ukrainian enlightenment figure, intellectual, inventor, founder of The Ministry of National Education in Russian Empire and scientific publisher. He is the founder of Kharkov University in modern-day Ukraine, which now bears his name
1847 Felix Mendelssohn a German composer, pianist, organist and conductor of the early Romantic period.
1847 Thiệu Trị the third emperor of the Vietnamese Nguyễn Dynasty taking the era name of Thiệu Trị. He was the eldest son of emperor Minh Mạng, and reigned from 14 February 1841 until his death on 4 November 1847
1850 Gustav Schwab a German writer, pastor and publisher.
1856 Paul Delaroche a French painter. He was trained by Antoine-Jean, Baron Gros, who was painting life-size historical subjects and had many students
1865 José María Pérez de Urdininea the third President of Bolivia and the first to be born in Bolivia itself. He fought with the patriots against the Argentines in Peru. Despite being President for only three months, Pérez held a number of important positions in the Bolivian government including Minister of War between 1841 and 1847
1872 Thomas Keightley a writer known for his works on mythology and folklore, particularly Fairy Mythology which has been reprinted as The World Guide to Gnomes, Fairies, Elves, and Other Little People. Regarded as a pioneer in the study of Folklore by modern scholars in the field, he was one of the "early and important compartivist collectors" of folklore. A circumspect scholar, he did not deem that similar tales recognizable across countries automatically signified transmission, but allowed that similar tales could arise independently in different cultures
1873 Temple Chevallier a British clergyman, astronomer, and mathematician. Between 1847 and 1849, he made important observations regarding sunspots. Chevallier has been called "a remarkable Victorian polymath". Not only did he write many papers on astronomy and physics, he also published a translation of the Apostolic Fathers that went into a second edition, and translated the works of Clement of Alexandria, Polycarp and Ignatius of Antioch
1874 François Dauverné a French trumpeter who in 1827 was the first to use the new F three valved trumpet in public performance. Dauverné was amongst the first to realise the potential of the newly invented valve trumpet after its arrival in Paris from Berlin and is credited with persuading several composers to write for it including Berlioz and Rossini
1875 Robert von Mohl a German jurist. Father of diplomat Ottmar von Mohl. Brother of Hugo von Mohl and Julius von Mohl
1880 Étienne Mulsant a French entomologist and ornithologist.
1880 Aleksandr Kvyatkovsky a Russian revolutionary and member of the Executive Committee of Narodnaya Volya.
1889 Tytus Chałubiński a Polish physician and co-founder of the Polish Tatra Society.
1892 Hervé (composer) a French singer, composer, librettist, conductor and scene painter, whom Ernest Newman, following Reynaldo Hahn, credited with inventing the genre of operetta in Paris.
1893 Pierre Tirard a French politician.
1895 Eugene Field an American writer, best known for his children's poetry and humorous essays.
1904 Adolf Marks Fyodorovich Marx , last name also spelled Marcks and recently Marks, known as F. Marx, was an influential 19th-century German publisher in Russia best known for the weekly journal Niva. He obtained Russian citizenship
1906 John H. Ketcham a United States Representative from New York for over 33 years. He also served as a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War