October 1845 in history

October 1845 events chronologically

Oct 9 The eminent and controversial Anglican, John Henry Newman, is received into the Roman Catholic Church
Oct 10 In Annapolis, Maryland, the Naval School (later renamed the United States Naval Academy) opens with 50 midshipman students and seven professors
Oct 13 A majority of voters in the Republic of Texas approve a proposed constitution that, if accepted by the U.S. Congress, will make Texas a U.S. state

Top 7 most famous people born in October 1845

Oct 1 William Christie (astronomer) a British astronomer.
Oct 9 Erwin Rohde one of the great German classical scholars of the 19th century.
Oct 17 Franz Ehrle a German Jesuit, Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and Archivist of the Holy Roman Church, he was named cardinal during the consistory of 11 December 1922, given the titulus of San Cesareo in Palatio.
Oct 21 Will Carleton an American poet. Carleton's poems were most often about his rural life
Oct 24 Melchior Neumayr born at Munich, the son of Max von Neumayr, a Bavarian Minister of State.
Oct 24 Rafael Antonio Gutiérrez born in Ilobasco, Cabañas Department, El Salvador. His father was a Spaniard and his mother was named Marcela Gutierrez. His wife was Carlota Mejía and their children were Rafael Antonio, Carlos, Carlota, Tulio, Marcela, Rosa, Bernardo and María
Oct 28 Zygmunt Florenty Wróblewski a Polish physicist and chemist.

Died in October 1845

Oct 12 Elizabeth Fry an English prison reformer, social reformer and, as a Quaker, a Christian philanthropist. She has sometimes been referred to as the "angel of prisons"
Oct 25 Carel Hendrik Ver Huell a Dutch, and later French, admiral and statesman. He married Maria Johanna de Bruyn on 22 February 1789 at Hummelo, and had three sons with her
Oct 27 Jean Charles Athanase Peltier a French physicist. He was originally a watch dealer, but at 30 years old took up experiments and observations in the field of physics
Oct 30 Nicolas Toussaint Charlet born in Paris.