September 1800 in history

September 1800 events chronologically

Sep 4 The French garrison in Valletta surrenders to British troops who had been called at the invitation of the Maltese. The islands of Malta and Gozo become the Malta Protectorate

Top 7 most famous people born in September 1800

Sep 4 Pauline Therese of Württemberg a daughter of Louis of Württemberg and Princess Henriette of Nassau-Weilburg. She married her first cousin King William I of Württemberg and was his consort
Sep 6 Catharine Beecher an American educator known for her forthright opinions on female education as well as her vehement support of the many benefits of the incorporation of kindergarten into children's education.
Sep 12 Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint-Amant a leading French chess master and an editor of the chess periodical Le Palamède. He is best known for losing a match against Howard Staunton in 1843 that is often considered to have been an unofficial match for the World Chess Championship
Sep 15 Paul Frederick Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin ruled as Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin from 1837 to 1842.
Sep 17 Franklin Buchanan an officer in the United States Navy who became the only full admiral in the Confederate Navy during the American Civil War, and commanded the ironclad CSS Virginia.
Sep 22 George Bentham an English botanist, characterised by Duane Isely as "the premier systematic botanist of the nineteenth century".
Sep 30 Decimus Burton a prolific English architect and garden designer. A protegé of John Nash, he is particularly associated with projects in the classical style in London parks, including buildings at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and London Zoo, and with the layout and architecture of the seaside towns of Fleetwood and St Leonards-on-Sea, and the spa town Tunbridge Wells

Top 7 most famous people died in September 1800

Sep 8 Ernest Frederick Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld a Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld.
Sep 12 John Blair Jr. an American politician, Founding Father and jurist.
Sep 13 Claude Martin an officer in the French, and later the British, army in India. He rose to the position of Major General in the British East India Company's Bengal Army. Martin was born in Lyon, France, into a humble background, and was a self-made man who has left a substantial lasting legacy in the form of his writings, buildings and the educational institutions he founded posthumously. There are seven schools named after him, two in Lucknow, two in Calcutta and three in Lyon. The small village of Martin Purwa in India was also named after him
Sep 17 Johann Euler a Swiss-Russian astronomer and mathematician. Also known as Johann Albert Euler or John-Albert Euler, he was the first child born to the great Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler who had emigrated to Saint-Petersburg on 17 May 1727. His mother was Katharina Gsell whose maternal grandmother was the famous scientific illustrator Maria Sibylla Merian and whose father was the Swiss Baroque painter Georg Gsell who had emigrated to Russia in 1716. Katharina married Leonhard Euler on 7 January 1734 and Johann Albert would be the eldest of their 13 children
Sep 26 Salawat Yulayev a Bashkir national hero who participated in Pugachev's Rebellion.
Sep 26 William Billings regarded as the first American choral composer.
Sep 29 Michael Denis an Austrian poet, bibliographer, and lepidopterist.