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  • John Augustus Stone
    John Augustus Stone

    John Augustus Stone American dramatist and playwright, born in Concord, Massachusetts in 1801; died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1 June, 1834

  • Jean Théodore Lacordaire
    Jean Théodore Lacordaire

    Théodore Lacordaire or Jean Théodore Lacordaire, born on 1 February 1801 close to Chatillon-on-Seine and died on July 18, 1870 in Liege, as a Belgian entomologist of French extraction

  • James Busby
    James Busby

    James Busby, involved in the drafting of the Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand and the Treaty of Waitangi, and widely regarded as the "father" of the Australian wine industry

  • John Quidor
    John Quidor
    John Quidor

    John Quidor (1801-1881), the U.S. painter

  • Kharak Singh
    Kharak Singh

    Maharaja Kharak Singh, (Punjabi ਖੜਕ ਸਿੰਘ, February 22 1801 to 5 November 1840), the Sikh ruler of the sovereign country of Punjab and the Sikh Empire

  • Lars Johan Hierta
    Lars Johan Hierta
    Lars Johan Hierta

    Lars Johan Hierta (January 23, 1801 - November 20, 1872), the Swedish liberal publicist, publisher and politician

  • Lam Qua
    Lam Qua

    Lam Qua (1801-1860), the Chinese painter

  • James Barnes
    James Barnes
    James Barnes

    James Barnes (1801-1869), the American soldier

  • A. W. Volkmann
    A. W. Volkmann

    Alfred Wilhelm Volkmann (1801 - 1877), the German physiologist, anatomist, and philosopher

  • George Monro
    George Monro
    George Monro

    George Monro (1801 - January 5, 1878), the businessman and political figure in Canada West

  • Georg Steenke
    Georg Steenke

    Georg Jakob Steenke (1801, Königsberg, Prussia - 1884, Elbing (Elbląg), Prussia), the Prussian Royal Baurat (construction councillor)

  • George Washington Dixon
    George Washington Dixon

    George Washington Dixon (1801?–March 2, 1861), the American singer, stage actor, and newspaper editor

  • Henry W. Collier
    Henry W. Collier

    Henry Watkins Collier (January 17, 1801 - August 28, 1855), the 14th Governor of the U.S. state of Alabama from 1849 to 1853

  • Immanuel Nobel
    Immanuel Nobel

    Immanuel Nobel (phonetic: [nobél]) (1801-1872), the younger, the Swedish engineer, architect, inventor and industrialist

  • Horatio Thomas Austin
    Horatio Thomas Austin
    Horatio Thomas Austin

    Sir Horatio Thomas Austin (1801 - 16 November 1865), the British officer in the Royal Navy, and an explorer of the Canadian arctic

  • Maria Theresa of Austria and Tuscany
    Maria Theresa of Austria and Tuscany

    Princess Maria Theresa of Tuscany, Archduchess of Austria, Princess of Hungary and Bohemia, in Italian Maria Teresa Francesca Giuseppa Giovanna Benedicta, in German Maria Theresia Franziska Josepha Johanna Benedikta, the daughter of Ferdinand III

  • Marie Laveau
    Marie Laveau

    Marie Laveau (September 10, 1801 – June 16, 1881), the Louisiana Creole practitioner of Voudou renowned in New Orleans

  • Therese Krones
    Therese Krones
    Therese Krones

    Therese Krones (October 7, 1801 – December 28, 1830), the Austrian actress of much ability and grace in comic parts

  • Theodore Dwight Woolsey
    Theodore Dwight Woolsey
    Theodore Dwight Woolsey

    Theodore Dwight Woolsey (October 31, 1801 – July 1, 1889), the American academic, author and president of Yale College from 1846 through 1871

  • Solomon W. Downs
    Solomon W. Downs

    Solomon Weathersbee Downs (1801August 14, 1854), the United States Senator from Louisiana

  • Victor Jacquemont
    Victor Jacquemont
    Victor Jacquemont

    Victor Jacquemont (1801-1832), the French botanist and geologist

  • Vincenc Bochdalek
    Vincenc Bochdalek
    Vincenc Bochdalek

    Vincent Alexander Bochdalek (1801 - February 3, 1883), the Bohemian anatomist

  • Wilson Ruffin Abbott
    Wilson Ruffin Abbott

    Wilson Ruffin Abbott (1801-1876), the American-born Black Canadian and successful businessman and landowner in Toronto, Ontario

  • William Leggett
    William Leggett
    William Leggett

    William Leggett (April 30, 1801 – May 29, 1839), the American poet, fiction writer, and journalist

  • Sherlock James Andrews
    Sherlock James Andrews
    Sherlock James Andrews

    Sherlock James Andrews (November 17, 1801 - February 11, 1880) lawyer and congressman born in Wallingford, Connecticut to Dr. John Andrews and Abigail Atwater

  • Shanawdithit
    Shanawdithit

    Shanawdithit (died 1829), the Canadian Beothuk Indian

  • Myllarguten
    Myllarguten
    Myllarguten

    Targjei Augundsson (1801- November 21, 1872), better known as Myllarguten (meaning the Millerboy), arguably the most acknowledged Norwegian folk musician to this day, and by far the most legendary

  • Mikhail Bestuzhev-Ryumin
    Mikhail Bestuzhev-Ryumin
    Mikhail Bestuzhev-Ryumin

    Mikhail Pavlovich Bestuzhev-Ryumin (June 04 N.S. 1801 - July 25 N.S. 1826) -, the Russian officer, one of the organizers of Decembrist revolt

  • Paul Gavarni
    Paul Gavarni
    Paul Gavarni

    Paul Gavarni, the nom de plume of Sulpice Guillaume Chevalier (born 1801 or 1804 in Paris; died November 23, 1866), a French caricaturist, born in Paris

  • Pedro Santana
    Pedro Santana

    Pedro Santana Familias (1801-1864), the Dominican soldier and politician born in the border community of Hincha (now in Haiti)

  • Samuel Sharp
    Samuel Sharp

    Samuel 'Sam' Sharpe, or Sharp, National Hero of Jamaica (1801, Jamaica - May 23, 1832, Jamaica), the slave leader behind the Jamaican Baptist War slave rebellion

  • Roy Wilkins
    Roy Wilkins

    Roy Wilkins (August 30, 1901 – September 9, 1981), the prominent civil rights activist in the United States from the 1930s to the 1970s

  • Frédéric Bastiat
    Frédéric Bastiat

    Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850), the French economist

  • Jacques Amans
    Jacques Amans

    Jacques Guillaume Lucien Amans (1801–1888), the French neoclassical portrait painter working in New Orleans in the 1840s and 1850s

  • Charles Elliot
    Charles Elliot

    Sir Charles Elliot, KCB (Chinese: 查理·义律; 1801–1875), the British naval officer, diplomat, and colonial administrator

  • Charles Constantine Pise
    Charles Constantine Pise
    Charles Constantine Pise

    Charles Constantine Pise (1801–1866), the Roman Catholic priest and writer

  • Christian Dietrich Grabbe
    Christian Dietrich Grabbe
    Christian Dietrich Grabbe

    Christian Dietrich Grabbe (1801-1836), the German dramatist, the author

  • Édouard Lartet
    Édouard Lartet
    Édouard Lartet

    Édouard Lartet (May 15, 1801-January 28, 1871), the French archaeologist

  • Edward Deering Mansfield
    Edward Deering Mansfield
    Edward Deering Mansfield

    Edward Deering Mansfield (August 17, 1801, New Haven, Connecticut—October 27, 1880, Yamoden, Ohio), the American author, born in 1801

  • Carl Jakob Sundevall
    Carl Jakob Sundevall
    Carl Jakob Sundevall

    Carl Jakob Sundevall (1801-1875), the Swedish zoologist

  • Augustus Garrett
    Augustus Garrett
    Augustus Garrett

    Augustus Garrett (born: 1801; died: November 30, 1848; buried in Rosehill Cemetery) twice served as Mayor of Chicago, Illinois (1843-1844, 1845-1846) for the Democratic Party

  • Alexey Tyranov
    Alexey Tyranov
    Alexey Tyranov

    Alexei Vasilievich Tyranov (1808, Bezhetsk - 3 August 1859), the Russian painter

  • Amalie Auguste of Bavaria
    Amalie Auguste of Bavaria
    Amalie Auguste of Bavaria

    Amalie Auguste (München, November 13 1801 - Dresden, November 8 1877), the Princess of Bavaria and Queen of Saxony

  • Andrew G. Miller
    Andrew G. Miller
    Andrew G. Miller

    Andrew Galbraith Miller, the associate justice of the territorial Wisconsin Supreme Court and later a judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin

  • Augustin-Alexandre Dumont
    Augustin-Alexandre Dumont
    Augustin-Alexandre Dumont

    Augustin-Alexandre Dumont (born 1801 in Paris; died 1884 in Paris), the sculptor

  • Edward Feild
    Edward Feild

    Bishop Edward Feild (1801 - 1876), the university tutor, university examiner, parish clergyman, inspector of schools and second Bishop of Newfoundland, born Worcester, England

  • Edme-Jean Leclaire
    Edme-Jean Leclaire

    Edme-Jean Leclaire (1801-1872), the French economist and businessman in the matter of the union of capital and labour

  • Eleonore Louis Godefroi Cavaignac
    Eleonore Louis Godefroi Cavaignac
    Eleonore Louis Godefroi Cavaignac

    Éléonore-Louis Godefroi Cavaignac (1801 – 5 May 1845), better known as Godefroi Cavaignac, the eldest son of Jean-Baptiste Cavaignac, the brother of General Eugène Cavaignac and uncle of Jacques Marie Eugène Godefroy Cavaignac

  • Ewelina Ha?ska
    Ewelina Ha?ska
    Ewelina Ha?ska

    Eveline Hańska (Ewelina, née Rzewuska, 6 January c. 1805 – 11 April 1882), the Polish noblewoman best known for her marriage to French novelist Honoré de Balzac

  • Eli Smith
    Eli Smith
    Eli Smith

    Eli Smith (1801–1857), the American Protestant Missionary and scholar, born at Northford, Conn

  • Benjamin Franklin Bache

    Benjamin Franklin Bache (February 7, 1801–November 1, 1881), the surgeon in the United States Navy before and during the Civil War

  • George Monro

    George Monro (1801 - January 5 1878), the businessman and political figure in Canada West

  • Sir Robert Arbuthnot

    Sir Robert Keith Arbuthnot, 2nd Baronet of Edinburgh (9 September 1801- Florence 4 March 1873)

  • George M. Hinkle

    George March Hinkle (November 13, 1801 – November 9, 1861), the early leader in the Latter Day Saint movement

  • Santos López Pelegrín

    Santos López Pelegrín (1801-1846), the Spanish journalist and author whose work is associated with Romanticism

  • Benjamin Labaree

    Benjamin Labaree (June 3, 1801 - November 15, 1883), the minister, professor and the longest serving president of Middlebury College from 1840 until 1866

  • Caroline Kirkland

    Caroline Kirkland (January 12, 1801 – April 6, 1864), the American writer

  • Carron du Villards

    Charles Joseph Frédéric Carron du Villards (1801–1860), the French ophthalmologist whose 1838 book Guide pratique pour l'étude et le traitement des maladies des yeux, an important early text in the field

  • Pierre Paul Caffarel (1801 Turin, Piedmont - 1871 Turin), Italian entrepreneur who created the chocolate company Caffarel

  • Pietro Alfieri

    Pietro Alfieri, the Roman Catholic priest and at one time a Camaldolese monk, b. at Rome, June, 1801; d. there 12 June, 1863

  • Richard Beard

    Richard Beard (22 December, 1801 – 7 June, 1885), the English entrepreneur and photographer who vigorously protected his photographic business by litigation over his photographic patents and helped to establish professional photography in the UK

  • Franciszek Ksawery Godebski

    Franciszek Ksawery Godebski (1801 – May 17, 1869), the Polish writer and publicist

  • Franciszek Salezy Dmochowski

    Franciszek Salezy Dmochowski (1801–1871), the Polish writer, poet, translator, critic, journalist and publisher

  • Alexander Lieven

    His Serene Highness, Alexander Karlovich Lieven (1801–1880), the imperial Russian infantry-general and senator

  • Frederick Field

    Frederick Field (1801–1885), the English theologian and biblical scholar

  • William McDaniel

    William Mcdaniel (1801 - December 14, 1866), the U.S. Representative from Missouri

  • William Tandy Senter

    William Tandy Senter, the American politician that represented Tennessee's second district in the United States House of Representatives

  • Abram Poindexter Maury

    Abram Poindexter Maury, the American politician, who represented Tennessee's eighth district in the United States House of Representatives

  • Aloysius Gentili

    Aloysius Luigi Gentili (14 July 1801 Rome – 26 September 1848 Dublin), the Italian Rosminian cleric

  • Thomas Y. Howe, Jr.

    Thomas Y. Howe, Jr. (1801 – July 15, 1860), the U.S. Representative from New York

  • Thomas Alcock

    Thomas Alcock (1801 - 22 August 1866), the British politician

  • Thomas Clark

    Thomas Clark (1801–1867), the British chemist

  • Thomas Henry Sutton Sotheron-Estcourt PC DL JP (April 4, 1801 – January 6, 1876), known as Thomas Bucknall-Estcourt until 1839 and as Thomas Sotheron from 1839 to 1855, the British Conservative politician

  • Thomas Sotheron-Estcourt

    The Right Honourable Thomas Henry Sutton Sotheron Estcourt (April 4, 1801 - January 6, 1876), the British Conservative politician

  • George Gordon

    George Gordon (1806-1879), the British botanist

  • The Right Reverend Mark Anthony De Wolfe Howe, the first Bishop in the Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

  • Jan Czyński

    Jan Kazimierz Czyński (1801-1867), the Polish independence activist, lawyer by education, writer and publicist, a life-time fighter for the emancipation of the Jews, trade supporter, utopian socialist, radical democrat

  • James Giles (1801-1870), the famous Scottish Victorian Era painter

  • János Fogarassy

    János Fogarasi (1801 – 1878), the Hungarian jurist and philologist, born at Kázsmárk, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County in northeastern Hungary

  • János Kardos

    János Kardos, also known in Slovenian as Janoš Kardoš (around February 13 1801 Noršinci, Kingdom of Hungary, today Slovenia - August 12 1875 Hodoš), the Hungarian Slovenian Evangelic priest, teacher and writer

  • Jean-Baptiste Honoré Raymond Capefigue

    Jean-Baptiste Honoré Raymond Capefigue (1801 – December 1872), the French historian and biographer

  • James Evans (January 18, 1801 - November 23, 1846), the Canadian Methodist missionary and amateur linguist

  • Edward Jessup III

    Edward Jessup (1801-September 1831), the farmer and political figure in Upper Canada

  • Isaac Elijah Landau

    Isaac Elijah ben Samuel Landau (1801–December 6, 1876), the Jewish-Russian preacher, exegete, and communal worker born at Wilna

  • Isaac Leet (1801 – June 10, 1844), the Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania

  • Edward William Brayley

    Edward William Brayley FRS (1801 - February 1, 1870), the English geographer, librarian, and science author

  • Edward Malloch

    Edward Malloch (1801–1867), the merchant and political figure in Upper Canada

  • Jeremiah Hacker (1801–1895 ), the reformer and journalist who lived and wrote in Portland, Maine from 1845 to 1866

  • Joaquín Eufrasio Guzmán

    Joaquín Eufrasio Guzmán, President of El Salvador 15 February 1845 - 1 February 1846

  • Manton Eastburn

    Manton Eastburn (born 1801 Leeds, England - died 1872), the Anglican bishop

  • Ernest le Pelley, 17th Seigneur of Sark (1801 - 1849), Seigneur of Sark from 1839 to 1849

  • Charles George James Arbuthnot

    General Charles George James Arbuthnot, DL (1801 – 21 October, 1870), the British general

  • Henry Dundas

    Henry Dundas, 3rd Viscount Melville GCB (25 February 1801 - 1 Feb 1876), the British military leader

  • Isaac ben Jacob Benjacob

    Isaac ben Jacob Benjacob (January 10, 1801, Ramygala–July 2, 1863, Vilnius), the Russian bibliographer, author, and publisher

  • Dai Xi

    Dai Xi (戴熙) or Tai Hsi (1801 - 1860), the Chinese painter of the 19th century and representative of the academic manner

  • Franklin Clark

    Franklin Clark, the United States Representative from Maine

  • Rev. John Hicks Eynon (1801 -1888) born in Gloucestershire, England

  • Honinbo Josaku

    Honinbo Josaku (本因坊丈策, 1801–1847), the Japanese professional go player and the thirteenth head of the Honinbo school

  • John Wesley Posey (1801–1884), the significant figure in the Underground Railroad in Indiana, America

  • Joshua A. Lowell

    Joshua Adams Lowell, the United States Representative from Maine

  • Charles Cowan

    Charles Cowan (1801–1889), the Scottish politician and paper-maker

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