September 1811 in history

September 1811 events chronologically

Sep 2 The University of Oslo is founded as The Royal Fredericks University, after Frederick VI of Denmark and Norway

Top 7 most famous people born in September 1811

Sep 7 Karl Anton Prince of Hohenzollern head of the Princely House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Hohenzollern from 1869 and Prime Minister of Prussia. He was the son of Charles, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, who abdicated in favor of his son on 27 August 1848, and his first wife Marie Antoinette Murat, niece of Joachim Murat
Sep 7 William H. Emory an United States Army officer and surveyor of Texas.
Sep 12 James Hall (paleontologist) an American geologist and paleontologist. He was a noted authority on stratigraphy and had an influential role in the development of paleontology in the United States
Sep 15 Charles de Morny Duke of Morny a French statesman. He was the natural son of Hortense de Beauharnais and Charles Joseph, Comte de Flahaut, and therefore half-brother of Emperor Napoleon III
Sep 19 Orson Pratt a leader in the Latter Day Saint movement and an original member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles. He was born in Hartford, New York, the son of Jared and Charity Dickenson Pratt
Sep 28 Friedrich Hecker a German lawyer, politician and revolutionary. He was one of the most popular speakers and agitators of the 1848 Revolution. After moving to the United States, he served as a brigade commander in the Union Army during the American Civil War
Sep 30 Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach the Queen of Prussia and the first German Empress as the consort of William I, German Emperor.

Died in September 1811

Sep 4 Matsumura Goshun a Japanese Painter of the Edo Period and founder of the Shijō school of painting. He was a disciple of the painter and poet Yosa Buson , a master of Japanese southern school painting
Sep 6 Ignaz Fränzl a German violinist, composer and representative of the second generation of the so-called Mannheim School. Mozart who heard him at a concert in November 1777 wrote of him in a letter to his father: He may not be a sorcerer, but he is a very solid violinist indeed. Fränzl carried the Mannheim violin technique, established by Johann Stamitz, one step further to real virtuosity. Mozart, quite a good violinist himself and thoroughly acquainted with the instrument, praised Fränzl's double trill and said he had never heard a better one
Sep 8 Peter Simon Pallas a German zoologist and botanist who worked in Russia.
Sep 8 Andreyan Zakharov a Russian architect and representative of the Empire style. His designs also alternated neoclassicism with eclecticism
Sep 8 Mikhail Abramovich Popov a Russian businessman and politician, merchant of the second guild and the first mayor of Perm.
Sep 30 Thomas Percy (bishop of Dromore) Bishop of Dromore, County Down, Ireland. Before being made bishop, he was chaplain to George III. Percy's greatest contribution is considered to be his Reliques of Ancient English Poetry , the first of the great ballad collections, which was the one work most responsible for the ballad revival in English poetry that was a significant part of the Romantic movement