September 1845 in history

September 1845 events chronologically

Sep 23 The Knickerbockers Baseball Club, the first baseball team to play under the modern rules, is founded in New York

Top 7 most famous people born in September 1845

Sep 11 Émile Baudot one of the pioneers of telecommunications. He invented a multiplexed printing telegraph system that used his code and allowed multiple transmissions over a single line. The baud unit was named after him
Sep 16 Matti Haapoja a Finnish murderer who was much covered by the press at the time of the murders. The exact number of his victims is unknown. He was convicted of two murders and was scheduled for a trial for his third murder trial when he committed suicide in his cell. He can be linked to seven other identified murder cases, but most of those happened during his exile in Siberia and are poorly documented, so his involvement is not certain. It is claimed that he confessed to 18 murders, but there are no details about this supposed confession, and the figure should be regarded as unreliable. Some sources estimate his total number of murders as 22-25. He also non-fatally wounded at least six men in knife fights
Sep 18 Hermann Bollé an architect of Franco-German origin who practiced in Croatia.
Sep 21 Prince Ernest Augustus 3rd Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale the eldest child and only son of George V of Hanover and his wife, Marie of Saxe-Altenburg. Ernst August was deprived of the thrones of Hanover upon its annexation by Prussia in 1866 and later the Duchy of Brunswick in 1884. Although he was the senior male-line great-grandson of George III, the Duke of Cumberland was deprived of his British peerages and honours for having sided with Germany in World War Ernst August was the last Hanoverian prince to hold a British royal title and the Order of the Garter. His descendants are in the line of succession to the British throne
Sep 21 August Wilhelmj a German violinist and teacher.
Sep 25 Archibald Sayce The Rev. Archibald Henry Sayce , was a pioneer British Assyriologist and linguist, who held a chair as Professor of Assyriology at the University of Oxford from 1891 to 1919
Sep 26 Laura Marx the second daughter of Karl Marx and Jenny von Westphalen. In 1868 she married Paul Lafargue. The two committed suicide together in 1911

Top 7 most famous people died in September 1845

Sep 2 Bernardino Rivadavia the first president of Argentina, then called the United Provinces of Rio de la Plata, from February 8, 1826 to July 7, 1827.
Sep 2 Pierre Paul Royer-Collard a French statesman and philosopher, leader of the Doctrinaires group during the Bourbon Restoration.
Sep 10 Joseph Story an American lawyer and jurist who served on the Supreme Court of the United States from 1811 to 1845. He is most remembered for his opinions in Martin Hunter's Lessee and The Amistad case, and especially for his magisterial Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, first published in 1833. Dominating the field in the 19th century, this work is a cornerstone of early American jurisprudence. It is the second comprehensive treatise on the provisions of the U.S. Constitution and remains a critical source of historical information about the forming of the American republic and the early struggles to define its law
Sep 10 Georg von Cancrin a Russian aristocrat and politician best known for spearheading reforms in the Russian financial system early in the 19th century.
Sep 16 Thomas Davis (Young Irelander) an Irish writer who was the chief organiser and poet of the Young Ireland movement.
Sep 20 Matvei Gedenschtrom a Russian explorer of Northern Siberia, writer, and public servant.
Sep 21 Klementyna Hoffmanowa a Polish popular literary writer, translator, editor, and one of Poland's first writers of children's literature. She co-organized and chaired the Patriotic Charity Association. She was the first woman in Poland to support herself from writing and teaching, and considered herself primarily a writer