September 1831 in history

September 1831 events chronologically

Sep 1 The high honor of Order of St. Gregory the Great is established by Pope Gregory XVI of the Vatican State to recognize high support for the Vatican or for the Pope, by a man or a woman, and not necessarily a Roman Catholic
Sep 8 William IV and Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen are crowned King and Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Sep 8 November Uprising: Battle of Warsaw ends, effectively ending the Insurrection
Sep 15 The locomotive John Bull operates for the first time in New Jersey on the Camden and Amboy Railroad

Top 7 most famous people born in September 1831

Sep 7 Victorien Sardou a French dramatist. He is best remembered today for his development, along with Eugène Scribe, of the well-made play. He also wrote several plays that were made into popular 19th-century operas such as La Tosca on which Giacomo Puccini's opera Tosca is based, and Fedora by Umberto Giordano, a work that popularized the fedora hat as well
Sep 7 Alexandre Falguière a French sculptor and painter.
Sep 8 Wilhelm Raabe a German novelist. His early works were published under the pseudonym of Jakob Corvinus
Sep 10 Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa an Irish Fenian leader and prominent member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood. His life as an Irish Fenian is well documented but he is perhaps known best in death for the graveside oration given at his funeral by Pádraig Pearse
Sep 28 Fran Levstik a Slovene writer, political activist, playwright and critic. he was one of the most prominent exponents of the Young Slovene political movement.
Sep 28 Maximilian Anton Hereditary Prince of Thurn and Taxis the Hereditary Prince of Thurn and Taxis from birth until his death in 1867.
Sep 29 John Schofield an American soldier who held major commands during the American Civil War. He later served as U.S. Secretary of War and Commanding General of the United States Army

Died in September 1831

Sep 7 Samuel L. Mitchill an American physician, naturalist, and politician who lived in Plandome, New York.
Sep 8 Rajnold Suchodolski a Polish poet.
Sep 8 John Aitken (music publisher) a Scottish-American music publisher.
Sep 12 Jippensha Ikku the pen name of Shigeta Sadakazu , a Japanese writer active during the late Edo period of Japan. He lived primarily in Edo in the service of samurai, but also spent some time in Osaka as a townsman. He was among the most prolific yellow-backed novel writers of the late Edo period — between 1795 and 1801 he wrote a minimum of twenty novels a year, and thereafter wrote sharebon , kokkeibon and over 360 illustrated stories
Sep 13 Alexander Rudnay a Hungarian Roman Catholic priest of Slovak ethnicity. He started as a parish priest, but later he became the Archbishop of Esztergom, the Prince Primate of the Kingdom of Hungary and a Cardinal
Sep 17 Amalia von Helvig a German and Swedish artist, writer, translator, socialite, Salonist and culture personality. She is known as an inspiration for many artists. She was a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts
Sep 18 Peter Hänsel a German-Austrian violinist and classical composer of almost exclusively chamber music. He has been recently viewed not only as the principal representative of the true quartet school of Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, but also the composer responsible for incorporating French and Polish influences into the Viennese classical style, thus serving as mediator between Germany, France and Poland