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*[[1615]] - [[Hans von Aachen]], German painter (b. [[1552]]) *[[1615]] - [[Hans von Aachen]], German painter (b. [[1552]])
*[[1805]] - [[Jean-Baptiste Greuze]], French painter (b. [[1725]]) *[[1805]] - [[Jean-Baptiste Greuze]], French painter (b. [[1725]])
-*[[1807]] - [[Abraham Baldwin]], American politician (b. [[1754]]) 
-*[[1821]] - [[Princess Elizabeth of Clarence]], daughter of King [[William IV of the United Kingdom|William IV]], granddaughter of King [[George III of the United Kingdom|George III]] (b. [[1820]]) 
-*[[1832]] - [[Jean-François Champollion]], French scholar (b. [[1790]]) 
-*[[1851]] - [[James Richardson (explorer of the Sahara)|James Richardson]], British explorer (b. [[1809]]) 
*[[1852]] - [[Nikolai Gogol]], Russian writer (b. [[1809]]) *[[1852]] - [[Nikolai Gogol]], Russian writer (b. [[1809]])
-*[[1853]] - [[Christian Leopold von Buch]], German geologist (b. [[1774]]) 
-*[[1858]] - [[Matthew Perry (naval officer)|Matthew Perry]], U.S. naval officer (b. [[1794]]) 
-*[[1864]] - [[Thomas Starr King]], influential Californian Unitarian minister during the American Civil War (b. [[1824]]) 
-*[[1866]] - [[Alexander Campbell (Restoration movement)|Alexander Campbell]], Irish founder of the [[Disciples of Christ]] (b. [[1788]]) 
-*[[1868]] - [[Jesse Chisholm]], American pioneer of the [[Chisholm Trail]] (b. [[1805]]) 
-*[[1872]] - [[Johannes Carsten Hauch]], Danish poet (b. [[1790]]) 
-*[[1883]] - [[Alexander Hamilton Stephens]], former Vice President of the Confederate States of America (b. [[1812]])  
-*[[1888]] - [[Amos Bronson Alcott]], American philosopher (b. [[1799]]) 
-*[[1903]] - [[Joseph Henry Shorthouse]], English novelist (b. [[1834]]) 
-*[[1906]] - [[John McAllister Schofield]], former U.S. Secretary of War and Commanding General of the U.S. Army (b. [[1831]]) 
-*[[1910]] - [[Knut Ångström]], Swedish physicist (b. [[1857]]) 
-*[[1915]] - [[William Willett]], inventor of [[Daylight Saving Time]] (b. [[1856]]) 
*[[1916]] - [[Franz Marc]], German artist (b. [[1880]]) *[[1916]] - [[Franz Marc]], German artist (b. [[1880]])
*[[1922]] - [[Bert Williams]], American entertainer (b. [[1874]]) *[[1922]] - [[Bert Williams]], American entertainer (b. [[1874]])

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