Tecumseh
Tecumseh (/tɛˈkʌmsə/ te-KUM-sə; March 1768 – October 5, 1813) was a Native American leader of the Shawnee and a large tribal confederacy (known as Tecumseh's Confederacy) which opposed the United Sta...
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Louis Antoine de Poirot
Louis Antoine de Poirot (1735–1813) was a Jesuit painter and translator of the 18th and early 19th century, who worked in the service of the Chinese emperor Qianlong adopting the Chinese name He Qingt...
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Samuel Osgood
Samuel Osgood (February 3, 1747 – August 12, 1813) was an American merchant and statesman born in North Andover, Massachusetts, parent town of the Andovers. His family home still stands at 440 O...
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Thomas M. Green, Jr.
Thomas Martston Green Jr. (February 26, 1758 – February 7, 1813) was a Mississippi Territorial politician, plantation owner, and Delegate to the United States House of Representatives during the 7th U...
Jean Bon Saint-André
Jean Bon Saint-André (February 25, 1749 – December 10, 1813) was a French politician of the Revolution era.
He was born at Montauban (Tarn-et-Garonne), the son of a fuller. Although his fath...
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Giuseppe Aprile
Giuseppe Aprile (28 October 1731 – 11 January 1813) was an Italian castrato singer and music teacher. He was also known as 'Sciroletto' or 'Scirolino'.Aprile was born in Martina Franca. After studying...
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Johann Jakob Dorner the Younger
Johann Jakob Dorner the Younger, a Bavarian landscape painter, the son of Johann Jakob Dorner the Elder, was born at Munich in 1775. He was instructed in art by his father and by Mannlich, but he afte...
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David Hartley (the Younger)
David Hartley the younger (1732 – 19 December 1813) was a statesman, a scientific inventor, and the son of the philosopher David Hartley. He was Member of Parliament (MP) for Kingston upon Hull, ...
John Venn (1759–1813)
John Venn (1759–1813) was a priest of the Church of England and a central figure of the group of religious philanthropists known as the Clapham sect.
He was born at Clapham, then south-west of cen...
Ilya Gruzinov
Ilya Gruzinov was professor of anatomy and physiology at Imperial Moscow University. He discovered in 1812 that the actual source for a deep and pleasant vocal sound is the membrane, which is a poster...
León de Arroyal
León de Arroyal (Gandia, Valencia, 11 April 1755 – Vara de Rey, Cuenca, 1813) was a Spanish intellectual, poet, and writer, associated with the Salamanca school of eighteenth century literature.
William Berczy
William Berczy (December 10, 1744 – February 5, 1813) was a German-born Upper Canada pioneer and painter.
Berczy was born in Swabia, Electorate of Bavaria (part of the Holy Roman Empire and ...
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Joseph Stock
Joseph Stock (1740–1813) was an Irish Protestant churchman and writer, bishop of Killala and Achonry and afterwards bishop of Waterford and Lismore.
He was the son of Luke Stock, a hosier, in Dubl...
John Catnach
John Catnach (1769–1813) was a Scottish born Geordie printer and publisher of the late 18th and early 19th century.
John Catnach was born in Burntisland, a former Royal burgh in Fife, Scotl...
Joseph Louis Lagrange
Joseph-Louis Lagrange (/ləˈɡrɑːndʒ/ or /ləˈɡreɪndʒ/; born Giuseppe Lodovico Lagrangia (also reported as Giuseppe Luigi Lagrangia), 25 January 1736 in Turin, Piedmont-Sardinia; died 10 April 1813 in P...
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William Gretton
William Gretton (1736–1813), was the master of Magdalene College, Cambridge.Gretton was the son of John Gretton of Bond Street, London, born in 1736, and educated at St. Paul's School and Peterhouse, ...
John Russell Greenhill
John Russell Greenhill was an English vicar who owned Chequers, Bucks. He was the son of Samuel Greenhill, Esq. of Swyncombe, Oxon of the East India Company and Elizabeth Russell. Elizabeth belonged t...
William Huntington (preacher)
William Huntington S.S. (2 February 1745 – 1 July 1813) was an English preacher and coalheaver. It is said (although his writings, sermons and letters do not bear that out - see examples from Huntingt...
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Friedrich Ramm
Friedrich Ramm (1744–1813) was a German oboist for whom Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote several works.Ramm was principal oboist in the orchestra of Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria in Munich and in ...
Charles Savage (beachcomber)
Charlie Savage, (?– September 6, 1813) was a sailor (most likely of Swedish descent) and beachcomber known for his exploits on the islands of Fiji between 1808 and 1813.
Most accounts place ...
Johann Christian Schuch
Johann Christian Schuch (or Jan Chrystian Szuch; 1752 – 28 June 1813) was a Dresden-born garden designer and architect, active in Poland.
Schuch learned gardening from his father, a House of Wetti...
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Sir Richard Fletcher, 1st Baronet
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Richard Fletcher, 1st Baronet (1768 – 31 August 1813) was an engineer in the British Army known for his work on the Lines of Torres Vedras. He fought in the French Revoluti...
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Lady Charlotte Finch
Lady Charlotte Finch (née Fermor) (1725 - June 1813) was governess of the children of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, King and Queen of Great Britain and Ireland. She was the daughte...
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James Wood (governor)
James Wood (January 28, 1741 – June 16, 1813) was an officer of the U.S. Continental Army during the American Revolution and the 11th Governor of Virginia.
Born in Winchester, Virg...
Anthony Fothergill (physician)
Anthony Fothergill (c.1732–1813) was an English physician.
Fothergill was born in 1732, or, according to other accounts, 1735, in Sedbergh, Yorkshire. He was educated at Sedbergh School and went o...
Charles Scott (governor)
Charles Scott (April 1739 – October 22, 1813) was an 18th-century American soldier who was elected the fourth governor of Kentucky in 1808. Orphaned at an early age, Scott enlisted in the Virgini...
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James Eyre (philologist)
James Eyre (1748–1813), was an English philologist.Eyre was educated at Trinity College, Oxford and Caius College, Cambridge. He became head-master of Solihull Grammar School for thirty years until hi...
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Bartholomew Ruspini
Bartholomew Ruspini (c. 1728 – December 1813) was an Italian-born British surgeon-dentist and philanthropist in the 18th century, remembered for founding the Royal Masonic School for Girls.
The so...
Stefan Böhm
Stefan Böhm (other last name versions: Beym, Bem) (December 25, 1741 – February 26, 1813) was a Warsaw executioner.After leaving medical studies on University of Königsberg he became an official in Ka...