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==Births== ==Births==
*[[1678]] - [[Antonio Vivaldi]], Italian composer (d. [[1741]]) *[[1678]] - [[Antonio Vivaldi]], Italian composer (d. [[1741]])
-*[[1702]] - [[Jack Sheppard]], English burglar and escapee (d. [[1724]]) 
-*[[1706]] - [[Lauritz de Thurah]], Danish architect and architectural writer (d. [[1759]]) 
-*[[1715]] - [[James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave]], British statesman (d. [[1763]]) 
-*[[1719]] - [[George Pigot, Baron Pigot]], British governor of Madras (d. [[1777]]) 
-*[[1745]] - [[Charles Dibdin]], English composer (d.[[1814]]) 
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-*[[1746]] - [[Kazimierz Pułaski]], American Revolutionary War general (d. [[1779]]) 
-*[[1756]] - [[Sir Henry Raeburn]], Scottish painter (d. [[1823]]) 
-*[[1781]] - [[Rebecca Gratz]], American educator and philanthropist (d. [[1869]]) 
-*[[1782]] - [[Johann Rudolf Wyss]], Swiss folklorist (d. [[1830]]) 
-*[[1792]] - [[Samuel Slocum]], American inventor (d. [[1861]]) 
-*[[1793]] - [[Karl Lachmann]], German philologist (d. [[1851]]) 
-*[[1817]] - [[Edwards Pierrepont]], American statesman, jurist and lawyer; 34th [[United States Attorney General]] (d. [[1892]]) 
-*[[1819]] - [[Charles Oberthur]], German-born harpist (d. [[1895]]) 
-*[[1822]] - [[Jules Antoine Lissajous]], French mathematician (d. [[1880]]) 
-*[[1826]] - [[John Buford]], American Civil War Union cavalry officer (d. [[1863]]) 
-* 1826 - [[Theodore Judah]], American railroad engineer (d. [[1863]]) 
-*[[1835]] - [[John Hughlings Jackson]], English neurologist (d. [[1911]]) 
-*[[1847]] - [[Karl Bayer]], Austrian chemist (d. [[1904]]) 
-*[[1854]] - Sir [[Napier Shaw]], British meteorologist (d. [[1945]]) 
-*[[1856]] - [[Toru Dutt]], English and French poet and author (d. [[1877]]) 
-* 1856 - [[Alfred William Rich]], English painter (d. [[1921]]) 
-*[[1859]] - [[Alexander Stepanovich Popov]], Russian physicist (d. [[1905]]) 
-*[[1862]] - [[Jacob Robert Emden]], Swiss astrophysicist and meteorologist (d. [[1940]]) 
-*[[1863]] - [[Reginald Innes Pocock]], British zoologist (d. [[1947]]) 
-*[[1863]] - [[Guilląme Furrét]], Portuguese playwright and political activist (d. [[1937]]) 
-* 1863 - [[John Henry Wigmore]], American jurist and expert in the law of evidence (d. [[1943]]) 
-*[[1864]] - [[David W. Taylor]], U.S. Navy architect (d. [[1940]]) 
-*[[1870]] - [[Thomas Sturge Moore]], English poet (d. [[1944]]) 
-*[[1871]] - [[Boris Galerkin]], Russian mathematician (d. [[1945]]) 
-*[[1873]] - [[Guy Wetmore Carryl]], American humorist and poet (d. [[1904]]) 
-* 1873 - [[John H. Trumbull]], 54th Governor of the U.S. state of Connecticut (d. [[1961]]) 
-*[[1875]] - [[Mihály Károlyi]], former [[Prime Minister of Hungary]] and [[President of Hungary]] (d. [[1955]]) 
*[[1876]] - [[Léon-Paul Fargue]], French poet (d. [[1947]]) *[[1876]] - [[Léon-Paul Fargue]], French poet (d. [[1947]])
-* 1876 - [[Theodore Hardeen]], Magician and stunt performer, founder of the Magician's Guild (d. [[1945]])+ 
-*[[1877]] - [[Alexander Fyodorovich Gedike]], Russian composer (d. [[1957]])+
-* 1877 - [[Fritz Graebner]], German ethnologist (d. [[1934]])+
-* 1877 - [[Garrett Morgan]], American inventor (d. [[1963]])+
-*[[1878]] - [[Egbert Van Alstyne]], American songwriter and pianist (d. [[1951]])+
-* 1878 - [[Peter D. Ouspensky]], Russian philosopher (d. [[1947]])+
-* 1878 - [[Arishima Takeo]], Japanese novelist, short-story writer and essayist (d. [[1923]])+
-*[[1879]] - [[Josip Murn Aleksandrov]], Slovenian poet (d. [[1901]])+
-*[[1880]] - [[Channing Pollock (writer)|Channing Pollock]], American playwright and critic (d. [[1946]])+
-*[[1881]] - [[Todor Aleksandrov]], 19th century Bulgarian revolutionary (d. [[1924]])+
-* 1881 - [[Maude Fealy]], American actor (d. [[1971]])+
-* 1881 - [[Thomas Sigismund Stribling]], American writer (d. [[1965]])+
-* 1881 - [[Richard C. Tolman]], American mathematical physicist (d. [[1948]])+
-*[[1882]] - [[Nicolae Titulescu]], Romanian diplomat, government minister, and former President of the League of Nations (d. [[1941]])+
-*[[1883]] - [[Sam Langford]], Canadian boxer (d. [[1956]])+
-*[[1884]] - [[Red Murray]], American professional baseball player (d. [[1958]])+
-*[[1886]] - [[Paul Bazelaire]], French cellist (d. [[1958]])+
-*[[1887]] - [[Violet MacMillan]], American Broadway theatre actress (d. [[1953]])+
-*[[1888]] - [[Jeff Pfeffer]], American professional baseball pitcher (d. [[1972]])+
-* 1888 - [[Knute Rockne]], American football player and coach (d. [[1931]])+
-*[[1889]] - [[Oscar Chisini]], Italian mathematician (d. [[1967]])+
-* 1889 - [[Oren E. Long]], 10th Territorial Governor of Hawai'i (d. [[1965]])+
-* 1889 - [[Pearl White]], American actress (d. [[1938]])+
-*[[1891]] - [[Dazzy Vance]], American Major League Baseball pitcher (d. [[1961]])+
-* 1891 - [[Lois Wilson (activist)|Lois Wilson]], founder of [[Al-Anon]] (d. [[1988]])+
-*[[1895]] - [[Bjarne Brustad]], Norwegian violinist (d. [[1978]])+
-* 1895 - [[Milt Gross]], American comic book illustrator (d. [[1953]])+
-* 1895 - [[Shemp Howard]], American comedian ([[Three Stooges]]) (d. [[1955]])+
-*[[1897]] - [[Lefty O'Doul]], American baseball player (d. [[1969]])+
-*[[1898]] - [[Georges Dumézil]], French philologist (d. [[1940]])+
-*[[1899]] - [[Emilio Prados]], Spanish poet and editor (d. [[1962]])+
-*[[1900]] - [[Herbert Biberman]], American screenwriter (d. [[1971]])+
-*[[1901]] - [[Charles Goren]], American bridge player and writer (d. [[1991]])+
-* 1901 - [[Jean Joseph Rabearivelo]], Malagasy/French poet (d. [[1937]])+
-*[[1903]] - [[Luis Carrero Blanco]], Spanish statesman (d. [[1973]])+
-* 1903 - [[William C. Boyd]], American immunochemist (d. [[1983]])+
-* 1903 - [[Dorothy Mackaill]], British-born actress (d. [[1990]])+
-* 1903 - [[John Scarne]], American magician (d. [[1985]])+
-*[[1904]] - [[George Gamow]], Ukrainian-born physicist (d. [[1968]])+
-* 1904 - [[Joseph Schmidt]] Austrian-Hungarian tenor and actor (d. [[1942]])+
-* 1904 - [[Chief Tahachee (actor)|Chief Tahachee]], American-born Old Settler Cherokee Indian stage and film actor (d. [[1978]])+
-*[[1906]] - [[Meindert DeJong]] American author (d. [[1991]])+
-* 1906 - [[Georges Ronsse]], Belgian national cyclo-cross and world champion road bicycle racer (d. [[1969]])+
-* 1906 - [[Charles Rudolph Walgreen, Jr.]], American businessman (d. [[2007]])+
-*[[1907]] - [[Eleanor "Sis" Daley]], wife of Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley (d. [[2003]])+
-*[[1908]] - [[T.R.M. Howard]], American civil rights leader (d. [[1976]])+
-*[[1909]] - [[Harry Helmsley]], American real estate entrepreneur (d.[[1997]])+
-*[[1912]] - [[Afro Basaldella]], Italian painter (d. [[1976]])+
-* 1912 - [[Judith Furse]], British character actress (d. [[1974]])+
-* 1912 - [[Carl Marzani]], American documentarian (d. [[1994]])+
*[[1913]] - [[Taos Amrouche]], Algerian writer and singer (d. [[1976]]) *[[1913]] - [[Taos Amrouche]], Algerian writer and singer (d. [[1976]])
* 1913 - [[John Garfield]], American actor (d. [[1952]]) * 1913 - [[John Garfield]], American actor (d. [[1952]])

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