Died on September 27

1125 Richeza of Berg the wife of Vladislav I of Bohemia and the Duchess of Bohemia. She was the daughter of count Henry I of Berg and his wife Adelheid of Mochental
1162 Odo II Duke of Burgundy Duke of Burgundy between 1143 and 1162. Eudes was the eldest son of duke Hugh II and Matilda de Turenne. He married Marie de Champagne, daughter of Theobald II, Count of Champagne and Matilda of Carinthia. They had three children:
1249 Raymond VII Count of Toulouse Count of Toulouse, Duke of Narbonne and Marquis of Provence from 1222 until his death.
1404 William of Wykeham Bishop of Winchester and Chancellor of England. He founded New College Oxford and New College School in 1379, and founded Winchester College in 1382. He was also the clerk of works when much of Windsor Castle was built
1453 Sabbatius of Solovki one of the founders of the Solovetsky Monastery.
1536 Felice della Rovere an illegitimate daughter of Pope Julius II and was one of the most powerful women of the Italian Renaissance. Through the influence of her father, including an arranged marriage to Gian Giordano Orsini, she wielded extraordinary wealth and influence both within and beyond the Roman Curia. In particular, she negotiated a peace between Julius II and the Queen of France
1547 Eleanor Clifford Countess of Cumberland the third child and second daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Princess Mary Tudor, the Dowager Queen consort of France. She was a younger sister of Lady Frances Brandon and an elder sister of Henry Brandon, 1st Earl of Lincoln. She was also a younger paternal half-sister of Lady Anne Brandon and Lady Mary Brandon from her father's second marriage. After her mother's death in 1533, her father remarried to Catherine Willoughby and Eleanor became an elder half-sister of Henry Brandon, 2nd Duke of Suffolk and Charles Brandon, 3rd Duke of Suffolk
1557 Emperor Go-Nara the 105th Emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. He reigned from June 9, 1526 until September 27, 1557, during the Sengoku period. His personal name was Tomohito. In older English literature, he may also be referred to as Nara II
1566 Marco Girolamo Vida an Italian humanist, bishop and poet. Born at Cremona, Vida joined the court of Pope Leo X and was given a prior at Frascati. He became bishop of Alba in 1532
1590 Pope Urban VII Pope from 15 to 27 September 1590. His thirteen-day papacy was the shortest in history
1612 Piotr Skarga a Polish Jesuit, preacher, hagiographer, polemicist, and leading figure of the Counter-Reformation in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Due to his oratorical gifts, he has been called "the Polish Bossuet"
1614 Felice Anerio an Italian composer of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras, and a member of the Roman School of composers. He was the older brother of another important, and somewhat more progressive composer of the same period, Giovanni Francesco Anerio
1647 Willem Kieft a Dutch merchant and director of New Netherland , from 1638 until 1647.
1651 Maximilian I Elector of Bavaria a Wittelsbach ruler of Bavaria and a prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire. His reign was marked by the Thirty Years' War
1654 Louis Duke of Joyeuse a younger son of Charles, Duke of Guise and Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse.
1657 Olimpia Maidalchini the sister-in-law of Pope Innocent She rose to prominence as one of the most powerful women in Rome of her era and influenced foreign and domestic papal policy as well as several papal conclaves.
1660 Vincent de Paul a priest of the Catholic Church who dedicated himself to serving the poor. He is venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion. He was canonized in 1737. De Paul was renowned for his compassion, humility, and generosity and is known as the "Great Apostle of Charity"
1663 Philip Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg the first Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg after the death of his father in 1622. He was the son of John II, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg and Elisabeth of Brunswick-Grubenhagen
1666 Georg Albrecht Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth-Kulmbach a German prince and member of the House of Hohenzollern.
1674 Thomas Traherne an English poet, clergyman, theologian, and religious writer. Little information is known about his life. The intense, scholarly spirituality in his writings has led to his being commemorated by some parts of the Anglican Communion on 10 October or on September 27
1700 Pope Innocent XII Pope from 12 July 1691 to his death in 1700.
1711 Kaikhosro of Kartli a titular king of Kartli, eastern Georgia, from 1709 to 1711. He reigned in absentia since he served during the whole of this period as a Persian commander-in-chief in what is now Afghanistan
1719 George Smalridge an English bishop.
1730 Laurence Eusden an English poet who became Poet Laureate in 1718.
1737 Hubert Gautier a French engineer. He was born in Nîmes, France
1737 John Sidney 6th Earl of Leicester a Privy Councillor during the Georgian era.
1742 Hugh Boulter the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh, the Primate of All Ireland, from 1724 until his death. He also served as the chaplain to George I from 1719
1760 Maria Amalia of Saxony a princess from the House of Wettin, the daughter of Augustus III of Poland and the wife of Charles III of Spain; she was the Queen consort of Naples and Sicily from 1738 till 1759 and then Queen consort of Spain from 1759 until her death in 1760. The mother of thirteen children, she enjoyed a loving relationship with her husband. A popular consort, she oversaw the construction of the Caserta Palace outside Naples as well as various other projects in her husband's domains. Moving to Spain in 1759, she then set about the improvements to the Royal Palace of Madrid but died of tuberculosis before its completion. Maria Amalia was politically active and openly participated in state affairs in both Naples and Spain
1769 Anna Karolina Orzelska an adventuress and Polish szlachcianka , the illegitimate daughter of August II the Strong, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, by Henriette Rénard.
1769 Giovanni Domenico Mansi an Italian prelate, theologian, scholar and historian, known for his massive works on the Church councils.
1772 James Brindley an English engineer. He was born in Tunstead, Derbyshire, and lived much of his life in Leek, Staffordshire, becoming one of the most notable engineers of the 18th century
1783 Étienne Bézout a French mathematician who was born in Nemours, Seine-et-Marne, France, and died in Avon , France.
1788 Duchess Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel the first wife of Frederick of Württemberg and the mother of William I of Württemberg.
1803 Salvador Fidalgo a Spanish explorer who commanded an exploring expedition for Spain to Alaska and the Pacific Northwest during the late 18th century.
1832 Karl Christian Friedrich Krause a German philosopher, born at Eisenberg, in Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg. His philosophy, known as "Krausism", was very influential in Restoration Spain
1833 Ram Mohan Roy Template:Article issues=November 2014.
1836 Matvey Ivanovich Muravyev a Russian explorer and chief manager of the Russian-American Company.
1838 Bernard Courtois a French chemist born in Dijon, France.
1852 Johann Andreas Schmeller a German philologist who initially studied the Bavarian dialect. From 1828 until his death he taught in the University of Munich. He is considered the founder of modern dialect research in Germany. His lasting contribution is the four-volume Bayerisches Wörterbuch , which is currently in the process of revision by the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities
1852 Adolf Overweg a German geologist, astronomer, and traveler from Hamburg. As a member of a mission to fix trade routes in Central Africa he became the first person of European origin to circumnavigate Lake Chad by boat
1854 Frederick Catherwood an English artist and architect, best remembered for his meticulously detailed drawings of the ruins of the Maya civilization. He explored Mesoamerica in the mid 19th century with writer John Lloyd Stephens. Their books, Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatán and Incidents of Travel in Yucatán, were best sellers and introduced to the Western world the civilization of the ancient Maya. In 1837, Catherwood was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Honorary member
1855 August Lanner an Austrian composer, the son of the better-known Josef Lanner. He was first educated at the Anna-Schule but received no music instruction at that time. His earliest music education was first provided by his uncle, the K.k Hofopernkapellmeister Josef Strebinger in harmony and later took instructions in composition with the Viennese composer Josef Hellmesberger and also Professor Josef Mayseder. Among his first efforts at musical composition is a waltz which did not survive obscurity
1865 William J. Duane an Irish born American politician and lawyer from Pennsylvania.
1868 Thomas C. Hindman a lawyer, United States Representative from the 1st Congressional District of Arkansas, and a Major General in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.
1868 Alexandre Colonna-Walewski a Polish and French politician and diplomat. He was widely rumoured to be the illegitimate son of Napoleon I by his mistress, Countess Marie Walewska. However, Countess Walewska's husband legally acknowledged him as his son
1873 Robert Bigsby an English antiquarian and author.
1876 Braxton Bragg a career United States Army officer, and then a general in the Confederate States Army—a principal commander in the Western Theater of the American Civil War and later the military adviser to the Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
1878 Julius Müller a German Protestant theologian.
1881 Carl David Bouché a German botanist and gardener. He served as Inspector of the Royal Botanic Garden in Berlin from 1843 to 1881
1883 Oswald Heer born at Niederuzwil in Canton of Gallen and died in Lausanne.