Today Day in History for January 19

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Historical Events on 19th January, What Happened on January 19th This Day in History

2013:A failed attempt to assassinate Ahmed Dogan, chairman of the Bulgarian political party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, on live television is foiled by security guards.
2012:The Hong Kong-based file-sharing website Megaupload is shut down by the FBI.
2007:Turkish Journalist Hrant Dink is assassinated in front of his newspaper's office by 17-year-old Turkish ultra-nationalist Ogün Samast.
2006:The New Horizons probe is launched by NASA on the first mission to Pluto.
1999:British Aerospace agrees to acquire the defence subsidiary of the General Electric Company plc, forming BAE Systems in November 1999.
1997:Yasser Arafat returns to Hebron after more than 30 years and joins celebrations over the handover of the last Israeli-controlled West Bank city.
1996:The barge North Cape oil spill occurs as an engine fire forces the tugboat Scandia ashore on Moonstone Beach in South Kingstown, Rhode Island.
1995:After being struck by lightning the crew are forced to ditch Bristow Flight 56C. All 18 aboard are later rescued.
1993:Czech Republic and Slovakia join the United Nations.
1991:Gulf War: Iraq fires a second Scud missile into Israel, causing 15 injuries.
1986:The first IBM PC computer virus is released into the wild. A boot sector virus dubbed (c)Brain, it was created by the Farooq Alvi Brothers in Lahore, Pakistan, reportedly to deter piracy of the software they had written.
1983:The Apple Lisa, the first commercial personal computer from Apple Inc. to have a graphical user interface and a computer mouse, is announced.
1983:Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie is arrested in Bolivia.
1981:Iran Hostage Crisis: United States and Iranian officials sign an agreement to release 52 American hostages after 14 months of captivity.
1978:The last Volkswagen Beetle made in Germany leaves VW's plant in Emden. Beetle production in Latin America continues until 2003.
1977:Snow falls in Miami, Florida. This is the only time in the history of the city that snow has fallen. It also fell in the Bahamas.
1977:President Gerald Ford pardons Iva Toguri D'Aquino (a.k.a. "Tokyo Rose").
1975:An earthquake strikes Himachal Pradesh, India
1974:China gain control over all the Paracel Islands after a military engagement between the naval forces of the People's Republic of China and Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam)
1969:Student Jan Palach dies after setting himself on fire 3 days earlier in Prague's Wenceslas Square to protest about the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union in 1968. His funeral turned into another major protest.
1960:Japan and the United States sign the US-Japan Mutual Security Treaty
1953:71.7% of all television sets in the United States are tuned into I Love Lucy to watch Lucy give birth.
1949:Cuba recognizes Israel.
1946:General Douglas MacArthur establishes the International Military Tribunal for the Far East in Tokyo to try Japanese war criminals.
1945:World War II: Soviet forces liberate the Łódź ghetto. Of more than 200,000 inhabitants in 1940, less than 900 had survived the Nazi occupation.
1942:World War II: Japanese forces invade Burma
1937:Howard Hughes sets a new air record by flying from Los Angeles, California to New York City in 7 hours, 28 minutes, 25 seconds.
1935:Coopers Inc. sells the world's first briefs.
1920:The United States Senate votes against joining the League of Nations.
1917:Silvertown explosion: 73 are killed and 400 injured in an explosion in a munitions plant in London.
1915:World War I: German zeppelins bomb the towns of Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn in the United Kingdom killing more than 20, in the first major aerial bombardment of a civilian target.
1915:Georges Claude patents the neon discharge tube for use in advertising.
1899:Anglo-Egyptian Sudan is formed.
1893:Henrik Ibsen's play The Master Builder receives its premiere performance in Berlin.
1883:The first electric lighting system employing overhead wires, built by Thomas Edison, begins service at Roselle, New Jersey.
1871:Franco-Prussian War: In the Siege of Paris, Prussia wins the Battle of St. Quentin. Meanwhile, the French attempt to break the siege in the Battle of Buzenval will end unsuccessfully the following day.
1862:American Civil War: Battle of Mill Springs
1861:American Civil War: Georgia joins South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama in seceding from the United States.
1853:Giuseppe Verdi's opera Il Trovatore receives its premiere performance in Rome.
1840:Captain Charles Wilkes circumnavigates Antarctica, claiming what became known as Wilkes Land for the United States.
1839:The British East India Company captures Aden.
1829:Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust Part 1 receives its premiere performance.
1817:An army of 5,423 soldiers, led by General José de San Martín, crosses the Andes from Argentina to liberate Chile and then Peru.
1812:Peninsular War: After a ten-day siege, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, orders British soldiers of the Light and third divisions to storm Ciudad Rodrigo.
1806:The United Kingdom occupies the Cape of Good Hope.
1795:The Batavian Republic is proclaimed in the Netherlands bringing to an end the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands.
1788:The second group of ships of the First Fleet arrive at Botany Bay.
1764:John Wilkes is expelled from the British House of Commons for seditious libel.
1661:Thomas Venner is hanged, drawn and quartered in London.
1607:San Agustin Church in Manila is officially completed; it is the oldest church still standing in the Philippines.
1520:Sten Sture the Younger, the Regent of Sweden, is mortally wounded at the Battle of Bogesund.
1511:Mirandola surrenders to the French.
1419:Hundred Years' War: Rouen surrenders to Henry V of England, completing his reconquest of Normandy.
649:Conquest of Kucha: The forces of Kucha surrender after a forty-day siege led by Tang Dynasty general Ashina She'er, establishing Tang control over the northern Tarim Basin in Xinjiang.
639:Clovis II, king of Neustria and Burgundy, is crowned.
379:Emperor Gratian elevates Flavius Theodosius at Sirmium to Augustus, and gives him power over all the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire.

January 19 Birthdays, Who born on January 19th


1994 Matthias Ginter (German footballer -)
1993 Gus Lewis (American-English actor)
1993 Erick Torres Padilla (Mexican footballer)
1992 Shawn Johnson (American gymnast)
1992 Logan Lerman (American actor)
1992 Mac Miller (American rapper and producer)
1991 Corinna Harrer (German runner)
1991 Petra Martić (Croatian tennis player)
1991 Erin Sanders (American actress)
1988 JaVale McGee (American basketball player)
1988 Yusuke Yamamoto (Japanese actor)
1987 Edgar Manucharyan (Armenian footballer)
1987 Angus Monfries (Australian footballer)
1986 Loren Galler-Rabinowitz (American ice dancer)
1986 Claudio Marchisio (Italian footballer)
1986 Oleksandr Miroshnychenko (Ukrainian footballer)
1986 Moussa Sow (Senegalese footballer)
1985 Jake Allen (American football player)
1985 Pascal Behrenbruch (German decathlete)
1985 Benny Feilhaber (American soccer player)
1985 Esteban Guerrieri (Argentine race car driver)
1985 Rika Ishikawa (Japanese singer and actress (Morning Musume)
1985 Aleksandr Nikulin (Russian footballer)
1984 Fabio Catacchini (Italian footballer)
1984 Karun Chandhok (Indian race car driver)
1984 Jimmy Kebe (Malian footballer)
1984 Thomas Vanek (Austrian ice hockey player)
1983 Hikaru Utada (American-Japanese singer-songwriter and producer)
1982 Angela Chang (Taiwanese singer and actress)
1982 Mike Komisarek (American ice hockey player)
1982 Jodie Sweetin (American actress)
1981 Asier del Horno (Spanish footballer)
1981 Lucho González (Argentine footballer)
1981 Dimosthenis Manousakis (Greek footballer)
1981 Andrus Mitt (Estonian football and beach soccer player)
1981 Jaanus Nõmmsalu (Estonian volleyball player)
1981 Kerby Raymundo (Filipino basketball player)
1981 Bitsie Tulloch (American actress)
1980 Jenson Button (English race car driver)
1980 Pasha Kovalev (Russian-American dancer)
1980 Luke Macfarlane (Canadian actor and singer)
1980 Arvydas Macijauskas (Lithuanian basketball player)
1979 Svetlana Khorkina (Russian gymnast)
1979 Josu Sarriegi (Spanish footballer)
1979 Wiley (English rapper and producer (Roll Deep))
1977 Benjamin Ayres (Canadian actor)
1977 Cocco (Japanese singer-songwriter)
1977 Margus Maiste (Estonian architect)
1977 Lauren Etame Mayer (Cameroonian footballer)
1977 Nicole (Chilean singer-songwriter)
1976 Natale Gonnella (Italian footballer)
1976 Tarso Marques (Brazilian race car driver)
1975 Noah Georgeson (American singer-songwriter)
1975 Zdeňka Málková (Czech tennis player)
1974 Dainius Adomaitis (Lithuanian basketball player)
1974 Frank Caliendo (American comedian)
1974 Ian Laperrière (Canadian ice hockey player)
1974 Jaime Moreno (Bolivian footballer)
1973 Antero Manninen (Finnish cellist (Apocalyptica))
1973 Yevgeny Sadovyi (Russian swimmer)
1973 Aaron Yonda (American comedian)
1972 Angham (Egyptian singer-songwriter)
1972 Joana Benedek (Mexican actress)
1972 Drea de Matteo (American actress)
1972 Jon Fisher (American businessman and author)
1972 Princess Kalina of Bulgaria ()
1972 Elena Kaliská (Slovak canoe racer)
1972 R-Truth (American wrestler)
1972 Troy Wilson (Australian footballer and race car driver)
1971 Shawn Wayans (American actor)
1971 John Wozniak (American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Marcy Playground))
1970 Tim Foster (English rower)
1970 Kathleen Smet (Belgian triathlete)
1970 Udo Suzuki (Japanese comedian and singer (UltraCats))
1970 Steffen Freund (German footballer and coach.)
1969 Edwidge Danticat (Haitian-American author)
1969 Luc Longley (Australian basketball player)
1969 Predrag Mijatović (Yugoslavian footballer)
1969 Junior Seau (American football player (d. 2012))
1969 Casey Sherman (American author)
1969 Steve Staunton (Irish footballer)
1968 Whitfield Crane (American singer-songwriter (Ugly Kid Joe)
1967 Javier Cámara (Spanish actor)
1966 Floris Jan Bovelander (Dutch field hockey player)
1966 Sylvain Côté (Canadian ice hockey player)
1966 DJ Sun (American Musician/DJ)
1966 Stefan Edberg (Swedish tennis player)
1966 Lena Philipsson (Swedish singer)
1964 Janine Antoni (Bahamian sculptor and photographer)
1964 Ricardo Arjona (Guatemalan singer-songwriter and basketball player)
1963 Michael Adams (American basketball player)
1963 Martin Bashir (English journalist)
1963 John Bercow (English politician and Speaker of the House of Commons (UK))
1963 Caron Wheeler (English singer-songwriter (Soul II Soul))
1963 Luís Martins (Portuguese football coach)
1962 Hans Daams (Dutch cyclist)
1962 Chris Sabo (American baseball player)
1962 Jeff Van Gundy (American basketball coach)
1961 William Ragsdale (American actor)
1961 Wayne Hemingway (English fashion designer and co-founder of Red or Dead)
1959 Jeff Pilson (American bass player)
1958 Thomas Kinkade (American painter (d. 2012))
1957 Ottis Anderson (American football player)
1957 Kenneth McClintock (Puerto Rican politician)
1956 Carman (American singer-songwriter)
1955 Tony Mansfield (English songwriter)
1955 Simon Rattle (English conductor)
1955 Paul Rodriguez (Mexican-American actor and comedian)
1954 Katey Sagal (American actress)
1954 Cindy Sherman (American photographer)
1954 Katharina Thalbach (German actress and director)
1953 Desi Arnaz (Jr.)
1953 Linda Hayden (English actress)
1953 Richard Legendre (Canadian tennis player and politician)
1951 Graham James English Anglican Bishop of Norwich ()
1951 Arthur Taxier (American actor)
1950 Sébastien Dhavernas (Canadian actor)
1950 Jon Matlack (American baseball player)
1950 Grant Nordman (American-Canadian politician)
1950 David Tredinnick (English politician)
1949 Arend Langenberg (Dutch voice actor and radio host (d. 2012))
1949 Robert Palmer (English singer-songwriter and guitarist (Power Station) (d. 2003))
1949 Lindsay Roy (British politician)
1949 Andrew Samuels (English psychoanalist and writer)
1949 Dennis Taylor (Irish snooker player)
1948 Amanda Holden (English musician and librettist)
1948 Frank McKenna (Canadian politician and diplomat)
1948 Mal Reilly (English rugby player and coach)
1947 Frank Aarebrot (Norwegian political scientist)
1947 Christine Allsopp (English Anglican priest former Archdeacon of Northampton)
1947 Ann Compton (American journalist)
1947 Paula Deen (American chef and author)
1947 Rod Evans (English singer-songwriter (Deep Purple and Captain Beyond))
1947 Patricia Hodgson (English broadcasting executive)
1946 Julian Barnes (English author)
1946 Dolly Parton (American singer-songwriter and actress)
1945 Trevor Williams (English singer-songwriter and bass player (Audience and The Nashville Teens))
1944 Shelley Fabares (American actress)
1944 Laurie London (English singer)
1944 Peter Lynch (American businessman)
1944 Dan Reeves (American football player and coach)
1943 Petchara Chaowarat (Thai actress)
1943 Larry Clark (American writer and film director)
1943 Janis Joplin (American singer-songwriter (Big Brother and the Holding Company) (d. 1970))
1943 Princess Margriet of the Netherlands ()
1942 Michael Crawford (English actor and singer)
1942 Thom Mayne (American architect)
1942 Paul-Eerik Rummo (Estonian poet and politician)
1942 John Stanley (English politician)
1941 Tony Anholt (Singaporean-English actor (d. 2002))
1941 Colin Gunton (English theologian (d. 2003))
1941 Pat Patterson (Canadian wrestler)
1940 Paolo Borsellino (Italian judge (d. 1992))
1940 Mike Reid (English comedian)
1939 Phil Everly (American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Everly Brothers) (d. 2014))
1937 Princess Birgitta of Sweden ()
1937 Fred J. Lincoln (American porn director)
1937 John Lions (Australian computer scientist (d. 1998))
1937 Giovanna Marini (Italian singer-songwriter)
1937 Appadurai Muttulingam (Sri Lankan Tamil author)
1936 Ziaur Rahman (Bangladeshi politician)
1935 Soumitra Chatterjee (Indian actor)
1935 Johnny O'Keefe (Australian singer-songwriter (d. 1978))
1934 Lloyd Robertson (Canadian journalist)
1933 George Coyne (American priest)
1932 Russ Hamilton (English singer-songwriter (d. 2008))
1932 Richard Lester (American-English director)
1931 Robert MacNeil (Canadian-American journalist and author)
1930 Tippi Hedren (American actress)
1926 George Ives (American actor (d. 2013))
1926 Jim Line (American basketball player (d. 2013))
1926 Hans Massaquoi (German-American journalist and author (d. 2013))
1926 Fritz Weaver (American actor)
1925 Nina Bawden (English author (d. 2012))
1924 Nicholas Colasanto (American actor (d. 1985))
1924 Jean-François Revel (French author (d. 2006))
1923 Jean Stapleton (American actress and singer (d. 2013))
1923 Markus Wolf (German spy (d. 2006))
1922 Guy Madison (American actor (d. 1996))
1921 Patricia Highsmith (American author (d. 1995))
1920 Bernard Dunstan (English painter)
1920 Javier Pérez de Cuéllar (Peruvian diplomat)
1918 John H. Johnson (American publisher)
1917 John Raitt (American actor and singer (d. 2005))
1914 Bob Gerard (English race car driver (d. 1990))
1913 Rex Ingamells (Australian poet (d. 1955))
1912 Leonid Kantorovich (Soviet economist)
1911 Choor Singh (Singaporean judge (d. 2009))
1909 Hans Hotter (German opera singer (d. 2003))
1908 Aleksandr Gennadievich Kurosh (Soviet mathematician (d. 1971))
1905 Stanley Hawes (English-Australian director and producer (d. 1991))
1893 Magda Tagliaferro (Brazilian pianist (d. 1986))
1892 Ólafur Thors (Icelandic politician)
1889 Sophie Taeuber-Arp (Swiss painter and sculptor (d. 1943))
1887 Alexander Woollcott (American actor)
1879 Boris Savinkov (Russian author and terrorist (d. 1925))
1878 Herbert Chapman (English footballer and manager (d. 1934))
1876 Wakashima Gonshirō (Japanese sumo wrestler)
1876 Dragotin Kette (Slovenian poet (d. 1899))
1874 Hitachiyama Taniemon (Japanese sumo wrestler)
1871 Dame Gruev (Bulgarian revolutionary)
1863 Werner Sombart (German sociologist (d. 1941))
1851 Jacobus Kapteyn (Dutch astronomer (d. 1922))
1848 John Fitzwilliam Stairs (Canadian businessman and politician (d. 1904))
1848 Matthew Webb (English swimmer and diver (d. 1883))
1839 Paul Cézanne (French painter (d. 1906))
1833 Alfred Clebsch (German mathematician (d. 1872))
1832 Ferdinand Laub (Czech violinist and composer (d. 1875))
1813 Henry Bessemer (English engineer and businessman (d. 1898))
1809 Edgar Allan Poe (American author and poet (d. 1849))
1808 Lysander Spooner (American philosopher (d. 1887))
1807 Robert E. Lee (American general (d. 1870))
1798 Auguste Comte (French philosopher (d. 1857))
1790 Per Daniel Amadeus Atterbom (Swedish poet (d. 1855))
1788 Pavel Kiselyov (Russian general and politician (d. 1874))
1757 Countess Augusta Reuss of Ebersdorf (d. 1831) ()
1752 James Morris III (American army officer (d. 1820))
1739 Joseph Bonomi the Elder (Italian architect)
1737 Giuseppe Millico (Italian castrato)
1736 James Watt (Scottish engineer (d. 1819))
1721 Jean-Philippe Baratier (German scholar (d. 1740))
1676 John Weldon (English composer (d. 1736))
1544 Francis II of France (French monarch (d. 1560))
398 Pulcheria (Byzantine empress and saint (d. 453))

January 19 deaths, Who died on January 19th


2013 Anatoly Bannik (Ukrainian chess player (b. 1921))
2013 Mehnaz Begum (Pakistani singer (b. 1958))
2013 Milt Bolling (American baseball player (b. 1930))
2013 John Braheny (American singer-songwriter and author (b. 1938))
2013 Happy Fernandez (American politician (b. 1939))
2013 Abderrahim Goumri (Moroccan runner (b. 1976))
2013 Viggo Hagstrøm (Norwegian scholar (b. 1954))
2013 Basil Hirschowitz (American gastroenterologist (b. 1925))
2013 İsmet Hürmüzlü (Iraqi-Turkish actor)
2013 Taihō Kōki (Japanese sumo wrestler)
2013 Jim Marking (American basketball coach (b. 1927))
2013 Hans Massaquoi (German-American journalist and author (b. 1926))
2013 Steven Muller (German-American academic (b. 1927))
2013 Stan Musial (American baseball player (b. 1920))
2013 Frank Pooler (American conductor and composer (b. 1926))
2013 A. Rafiq (Indonesian singer and actor (b. 1948))
2013 Marcel Sisniega Campbell (Mexican chess player (b. 1959))
2013 Earl Weaver (American baseball player and manager (b. 1930))
2013 Ian Wells (English footballer (b. 1964))
2012 Sarah Burke (Canadian skier (b. 1982))
2011 Ernest McCulloch (Canadian biologist (b. 1926))
2010 Jennifer Lyon (American contestant on Survivor: Palau (b. 1972))
2010 Bill McLaren (Scottish rugby player and sportscaster (b. 1923))
2008 Suzanne Pleshette (American actress (b. 1937))
2008 John Stewart (American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Kingston Trio) (b. 1939))
2008 Don Wittman (Canadian sportscaster (b. 1936))
2007 Bam Bam Bigelow (American wrestler (b. 1961))
2007 Hrant Dink (Turkish-Armenian journalist (b. 1954))
2007 Denny Doherty (Canadian singer-songwriter (The Mamas & the Papas and The Halifax III) (b. 1940))
2007 Murat Nasyrov (Russian singer-songwriter (b. 1969))
2006 Anthony Franciosa (American actor (b. 1928))
2006 Wilson Pickett (American singer-songwriter (The Falcons) (b. 1941))
2006 Awn Alsharif Qasim (Sudanese author and scholar (b. 1933))
2006 Geoff Rabone (New Zealand cricketer (b. 1921))
2005 Bill Andersen (New Zealand union leader (b. 1924))
2005 K. Sello Duiker (South African author (b. 1974))
2005 Anita Kulcsár (Hungarian handball player (b. 1976))
2004 Harry E. Claiborne (American judge (b. 1917))
2004 David Hookes (Australian cricketer and coach (b. 1955))
2003 Françoise Giroud (French journalist)
2003 Milton Flores (Honduran footballer (b. 1974))
2001 Dario Vittori (Argentine actor (b. 1921))
2000 Bettino Craxi (Italian politician)
2000 Hedy Lamarr (Austrian-American actress and mathematician (b. 1913))
1999 Ivan Francescato (Italian rugby player (b. 1967))
1998 Carl Perkins (American singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1932))
1997 Adriana Caselotti (American actress (b. 1916))
1997 James Dickey (American poet and author (b. 1923))
1996 Don Simpson (American actor)
1995 Gene MacLellan (Canadian singer-songwriter (b. 1938))
1991 Marcel Chaput (Canadian scientist (b. 1918))
1991 John Russell (American actor (b. 1921))
1990 Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (Indian mystic and guru (b. 1931))
1990 Alberto Semprini (English pianist (b. 1908))
1990 Herbert Wehner (German politician (b. 1906))
1987 Lawrence Kohlberg (American psychologist (b. 1927))
1984 Max Bentley (Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1920))
1983 Ham the Chimp (Cameroonian-American chimpanzee (b. 1956))
1982 Elis Regina (Brazilian singer (b. 1945))
1980 William O. Douglas (American jurist (b. 1898))
1976 Hidetsugu Yagi (Japanese engineer (b. 1886))
1975 Thomas Hart Benton (American painter (b. 1889))
1973 Max Adrian (Irish actor (b. 1903))
1972 Michael Rabin (American violinist (b. 1936))
1971 Harry Shields (American clarinet player (b. 1899))
1969 Jan Palach (Czech activist (b. 1948))
1968 Ray Harroun (American race car driver (b. 1879))
1965 Arnold Luhaäär (Estonian weightlifter (b. 1905))
1964 Firmin Lambot (Belgian cyclist (b. 1886))
1963 Clement Smoot (American golfer (b. 1884))
1957 József Dudás (Romanian-Hungarian politician and activist (b. 1912))
1954 Theodor Kaluza (German mathematician and physicist (b. 1885))
1948 Tony Garnier (French architect)
1939 Cliff Heathcote (American baseball player (b. 1898))
1938 Branislav Nušić (Serbian author)
1929 Liang Qichao (Chinese scholar (b. 1873))
1927 Carlota of Mexico (b. 1840) ()
1925 Maria Sophie of Bavaria (b. 1841) ()
1915 Thomas Herbst (German painter (b. 1848))
1906 Bartolomé Mitre (Argentine historian and politician)
1905 Debendranath Tagore (Indian philosopher (b. 1817))
1878 Henri Victor Regnault French physicist and chemist (b. 1810) ()
1874 August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben (German poet (b. 1798))
1869 Carl Reichenbach (German chemist and philosopher (b. 1788))
1865 Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (French philosopher and anarchist (b. 1809))
1853 Karl Faber (German historian (b. 1773))
1851 Esteban Echeverría (Argentine poet and author (b. 1805))
1847 Charles Bent (American politician)
1833 Ferdinand Hérold (French composer (b. 1791))
1799 Maria Gaetana Agnesi (Italian mathematician and philosopher (b. 1718))
1785 Jonathan Toup (English scholar and critic (b. 1713))
1766 Giovanni Niccolò Servandoni (Italian-French architect and painter (b. 1695))
1757 Thomas Ruddiman (Scottish scholar (b. 1674))
1755 Jean-Pierre Christin (French physicist (b. 1683))
1729 William Congreve (English playwright (b. 1670))
1661 Thomas Venner (English rebel leader (b. 1599))
1597 Maharana Pratap (Indian ruler (b. 1540))
1576 Hans Sachs (German poet and playwright (b. 1494))
1547 Henry Howard (Earl of Surrey)
1526 Isabella of Austria (b. 1501) ()
639 Dagobert I (Frankish king (b. 603))
520 John of Cappadocia ()