On This Day in History: June 19
June 19 is the 170th day of the year (171st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. 195 days remain until the end of the year.
Lottery News On This Day
- Arizona couple steps forward to claim $410 million Mega Millions jackpot. After it was announced that a lone winner from Arizona won big over a week ago, a couple from a residential area in Phoenix came forward on Thursday to claim the $410 million Mega Millions jackpot prize. It's the largest payout to any Arizona Lottery player ever and the 11th largest Mega Millions jackpot in history.
- 24 Bonus Match 5 lottery tickets sold at one Maryland store win top prize. Someone must have had a really good feeling that five particular numbers were going to be drawn in the Maryland Lottery's Bonus Match 5 game, because they won the top prize on 24 separate tickets purchased from one store.
- The California lottery, public schools and the mystery of the 'missing' money. A columnist discusses lottery funding of education, and why people never seem to get the sense of where lottery proceeds end up.
- FBI missed rigged jackpot in 2006 before lottery scheme grew. A 2006 inquiry by the FBI into a lottery won by Tommy Tipton, a Texas judge, failed to uncover a jackpot rigging conspiracy. A decade later, the inquiry stands out as a missed chance to stop a jackpot rigging scandal that would corrupt the $70 billion lottery industry for years while enriching a tiny group of insiders. The FBI didn't uncover one fact that its informant knew but didn't see as significant: that Tipton's brother, Eddie Tipton, was a lottery industry employee.
- $333 MILLION: Mega Millions jackpot continues climb. The multi-state Mega Millions lottery game continued its months-long climb Friday night, and is now at the point where jackpot rolls are sharply increased.
- Washington man wins lottery twice in 24 hours. A Washington man had an incredibly lucky day when he won the lottery not once, but twice, within 24 hours.
- Texas Lottery delayed Monday night because of suspicious package. A suspicious package near a Texas Lottery facility on Monday night forced a delay of the nightly drawing and the reporting of the results, officials said Tuesday.
- Lucky store: Sells third $1M lottery ticket. The James Quick Mart on James Reynolds Road in Swansea, Massachusetts, must have a good luck charm stashed under its counter -- for the third time in the past five years, it sold a $1 million lottery ticket to one of its customers.
- Mistake on lottery ticket would have won $30M jackpot. A St. John's lottery player may have saved a dozen dollars while cancelling an overcharged lottery ticket, but missed out on a $30 million jackpot.
- Michigan Lottery's Super Raffle results announced. The winning numbers were selected Monday for the Michigan Lottery's most expensive game.
- Clash over $1 million lottery ticket outlives buyer. What are the odds that a man could throw away a $1 million scratch ticket, lose his father and then his own life all in four months' time?
- Winning Powerball lottery ticket sold in Oklahoma. Oklahoma has its first Powerball jackpot winner since it joined the multistate lottery game earlier this year -- a $101.8 million jackpot.
- Mega Millions lottery ticket worth $34 million sold in Calif.. A La Quinta liquor store sold the $34 million winning ticket for the Mega Millions lottery, the California Lottery announced Saturday.
- Washington Lottery to debut new ticket machines. Washington lottery players can expect new green tickets July 2, the date the state-run gambling enterprise switches to new machines in its retail outlets.
Top 25 Lottery Jackpots On This Day
- 1.$333 Million
Jun 21, 2016
- 2.€166 Million
Jun 21, 2013
- 3.€172.5 Million
Jun 20, 2019
- 4.$184 Million
Jun 22, 2016
- 5.$180 Million
Jun 20, 2003
- 6.$175 Million
Jun 19, 2018
- 7.$151 Million
Jun 20, 2018
- 8.$150 Million
Jun 22, 2004
- 9.€101 Million
Jun 21, 2011
- 10.$145 Million
Jun 19, 2004
- 10.$145 Million
Jun 19, 2004
- 12.$123 Million
Jun 20, 2017
- 13.€97.42 Million
Jun 21, 2016
- 14.$105 Million
Jun 19, 2013
- 15.€90 Million
Jun 22, 2018
- 16.$95 Million
Jun 21, 2003
- 17.$92 Million
Jun 19, 2019
- 18.$86 Million
Jun 20, 2009
- 19.$80 Million
Jun 20, 2015
- 20.$78 Million
Jun 19, 2010
- 21.$77 Million
Jun 19, 1999
- 22.$76 Million
Jun 20, 2007
- 22.$76 Million
Jun 21, 2006
- 24.€43 Million
Jun 20, 2008
- 25.€59.67 Million
Jun 20, 2017
Lottery Post Member Birthdays On This Day
Friday, Jun 19, 1987
34 years old
Sunday, Jun 19, 1983
38 years old
Thursday, Jun 19, 1975
46 years old
Thursday, Jun 19, 1975
46 years old
Saturday, Jun 19, 1971
50 years old
Saturday, Jun 19, 1971
50 years old
Monday, Jun 19, 1961
60 years old
Wednesday, Jun 19, 1957
64 years old
Monday, Jun 19, 1950
71 years old
Monday, Jun 19, 1939
82 years old
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Worldwide Events On This Day
- The 10,000,000th United States Patent is issued.
- Antwon Rose II was fatally shot in East Pittsburgh by East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld after being involved in a near-fatal drive-by shooting.
- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange requested asylum in London's Ecuadorian Embassy for fear of extradition to the US after publication of previously classified documents including footage of civilian killings by the US army.
- Mass riots involving over 10,000 people and 10,000 police officers break out in Shishou, China, over the dubious circumstances surrounding the death of a local chef.
- War in North-West Pakistan: The Pakistani Armed Forces open Operation Rah-e-Nijat against the Taliban and other Islamist rebels in the South Waziristan area of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas.
- The al-Khilani Mosque bombing in Baghdad leaves 78 people dead and another 218 injured.
- Following a series of Michelin tire failures during the United States Grand Prix weekend at Indianapolis, and without an agreement being reached, 14 cars from seven teams in Michelin tires withdrew after completing the formation lap, leaving only six cars from three teams on Bridgestone tires to race.
- The last Soviet army units in Hungary are withdrawn.
- The current international law defending indigenous peoples, Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989, is ratified for the first time by Norway.
- The Communist Party of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic is founded in Moscow.
- Pope John Paul II canonizes 117 Vietnamese Martyrs.
- Basque separatist group ETA commits one of its most violent attacks, in which a bomb is set off in a supermarket, Hipercor, killing 21 and injuring 45.
- Members of the Revolutionary Party of Central American Workers, dressed as Salvadoran soldiers, attack the Zona Rosa area of San Salvador.
- Nguyễn Cao Kỳ becomes Prime Minister of South Vietnam at the head of a military junta; General Nguyễn Văn Thiệu becomes the figurehead chief of state.
- The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is approved after surviving an 83-day filibuster in the United States Senate.
- Kuwait declares independence from the United Kingdom.
- The first NASCAR race was held at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
- Cold War: Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are executed at Sing Sing, in New York.
- The first ever NASCAR race was held at Charlotte Speedway, where Jim Roper would win the inaugural event.
- The Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL merge for one season due to player shortages caused by World War II.
- The Communications Act of 1934 establishes the United States' Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
- The village of Knockcroghery, Ireland, was burned by British forces.
- Natives Land Act, 1913 in South Africa implemented.
- The first Father's Day is celebrated in Spokane, Washington.
- Benito Mussolini, at the time a radical Socialist, is arrested by Bern police for advocating a violent general strike.
- The Herzegovinian rebellion against the Ottoman Empire begins.
- Maximilian I of the Second Mexican Empire is executed by a firing squad in Querétaro, Querétaro.
- Over two years after the Emancipation Proclamation, slaves in Galveston, Texas, United States, are finally informed of their freedom. The anniversary is still officially celebrated in Texas and 41 other contiguous states as Juneteenth. Juneteenth officially became a federal holiday in the United States in 2021.
- The U.S. Congress prohibits slavery in United States territories, nullifying Dred Scott v. Sandford.
- Princess Louise of the Netherlands marries Crown Prince Karl of Sweden-Norway.
- The first officially recorded, organized baseball game is played under Alexander Cartwright's rules on Hoboken, New Jersey's Elysian Fields with the New York Base Ball Club defeating the Knickerbockers 23-1. Cartwright umpired.
- Decisive defeat of the Filiki Eteria by the Ottomans at Drăgășani (in Wallachia).
- Battle of Seven Oaks between North West Company and Hudson's Bay Company, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
- War of the Second Coalition Battle of Höchstädt results in a French victory over Austria.
- New Church Day: Emanuel Swedenborg writes: "The Lord sent forth His twelve disciples, who followed Him in the world into the whole spiritual world to preach the Gospel that the Lord God Jesus Christ reign. This took place on the 19th day of June, in the year 1770."
- English colonists leave Roanoke Island, after failing to establish England's first permanent settlement in North America.
- The Earl of Pembroke's army defeats Bruce's Scottish army at the Battle of Methven.
- The Battle of Kalvskinnet takes place outside Nidaros (now Trondheim), Norway. Earl Erling Skakke is killed, and the battle changes the tide of the civil wars.
- The original Nicene Creed is adopted at the First Council of Nicaea.
Births On This Day
- Olajide Olatunji, English YouTuber
- Keaton Jennings, South African-English cricketer
- C. J. Mosley, American football player
- Moa Hjelmer, Swedish sprinter
- Xavier Rhodes, American football player
- Jacob deGrom, American baseball player
- Rashard Mendenhall, American football player
- Aoiyama Kōsuke, Bulgarian sumo wrestler
- Lázaro Borges, Cuban pole vaulter
- Diego Hypólito, Brazilian gymnast
- Marvin Williams, American basketball player
- Ai Miyazato, Japanese golfer
- José Ernesto Sosa, Argentinian footballer
- Dire Tune, Ethiopian runner
- Paul Dano, American actor
- Wieke Dijkstra, Dutch field hockey player
- Andri Eleftheriou, Cypriot sport shooter
- Macklemore, American rapper
- Aidan Turner, Irish actor
- Alexander Frolov, Russian ice hockey player
- Chris Vermuelen, Australian motorcycle racer
- Mohammed Al-Khuwalidi, Saudi Arabian long jumper
- Moss Burmester, New Zealand swimmer
- Jean Carroll, Irish cricketer
- Dan Ellis, Canadian ice hockey player
- Robbie Neilson, Scottish footballer and manager
- Nuno Santos, Portuguese footballer
- José Kléberson, Brazilian footballer
- Dirk Nowitzki, German basketball player
- Zoe Saldana, American actress
- Claudio Vargas, Dominican baseball player
- Anar Baghirov, Azerbaijani lawyer
- Dennis Crowley, American businessman, co-founded Foursquare
- Bryan Hughes, English footballer and manager
- Anita Wilson, American singer-songwriter and producer
- Hugh Dancy, English actor and model
- Anthony Parker, American basketball player
- Doug Mientkiewicz, American baseball player, coach, and manager
- Mustaque Ahmed Ruhi, Bangladeshi member of parliament
- Jahine Arnold, American football player
- Yuko Nakazawa, Japanese singer
- Yasuhiko Yabuta, Japanese baseball player
- Jean Dujardin, French actor
- Ilya Markov, Russian race walker
- Brian McBride, American soccer player and coach
- Poppy Montgomery, Australian-American actress
- Robin Tunney, American actress
- José Emilio Amavisca, Spanish footballer
- Chris Armstrong, English footballer
- Rahul Gandhi, Indian politician
- Quincy Watts, American sprinter and football player
- Brian Welch, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
- Alastair Lynch, Australian footballer and sportscaster
- Timothy Morton, American philosopher and academic
- Kimberly Anne "Kim" Walker, American film and television actress (d. 2001)
- Bjørn Dæhlie, Norwegian skier and businessman
- Michalis Romanidis, Greek basketball player
- Sabine Braun, German heptathlete
- Sadie Frost, English actress and producer
- Brent Goulet, American soccer player and manager
- Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and former Mayor of London
- Brian Vander Ark, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
- Laura Ingraham, American radio host and author
- Margarita Ponomaryova, Russian hurdler
- Rory Underwood, English rugby player, lieutenant, and pilot
- Paula Abdul, American singer-songwriter, dancer, actress, and presenter
- Jeremy Bates, English tennis player
- Ashish Vidyarthi, Indian actor
- Andrew Dilnot, English economist and academic
- Johnny Gray, American runner and coach
- Luke Morley, English guitarist, songwriter, and producer
- Patti Rizzo, American golfer
- Mark DeBarge, American singer-songwriter and trumpet player
- Christian Wulff, German lawyer and politician, 10th President of Germany
- Sergei Makarov, Russian-American ice hockey player and coach
- Anna Lindh, Swedish politician, 39th Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs (d. 2003)
- Jean Rabe, American journalist and author
- Mary O'Connor, New Zealand runner
- Mary Schapiro, American lawyer and politician
- Mike O'Brien, English lawyer and politician, Solicitor General for England and Wales
- Lou Pearlman, American music producer and fraudster (d. 2016)
- Kathleen Turner, American actress
- Richard Wilkins, New Zealand-Australian journalist and television presenter
- Bob Ainsworth, English politician, Secretary of State for Defence
- Ayman al-Zawahiri, Egyptian terrorist
- Francesco Moser, Italian cyclist
- Neil Asher Silberman, American archaeologist and historian
- Ann Wilson, American singer-songwriter and musician
- Nick Drake, English singer-songwriter (d. 1974)
- Phylicia Rashad, American actress
- Salman Rushdie, Indian-English novelist and essayist
- John Ralston Saul, Canadian philosopher and author
- Jimmy Greenhoff, English footballer and manager
- Radovan Karadžić, Serbian-Bosnian politician and convicted war criminal, 1st President of Republika Srpska
- Aung San Suu Kyi, Burmese politician, Nobel Prize laureate
- Tobias Wolff, American short story writer, memoirist, and novelist
- Chico Buarque, Brazilian singer, composer, writer and poet
- Merata Mita, New Zealand director and producer (d. 2010)
- Václav Klaus, Czech economist and politician, 2nd President of the Czech Republic
- Bernd Hoss, German footballer and manager (d. 2016)
- John F. MacArthur, American minister and theologian
- Wahoo McDaniel, American football player and wrestler (d. 2002)
- André Glucksmann, French philosopher and author (d. 2015)
- Marisa Galvany, American soprano and actress
- Gérard Latortue, Haitian politician, 12th Prime Minister of Haiti
- Viktor Patsayev, Kazakh engineer and astronaut (d. 1971)
- Pier Angeli, Italian actress (d. 1971)
- José Sanchis Grau, Spanish author and illustrator (d. 2011)
- Marisa Pavan, Italian actress
- Gena Rowlands, American actress
- Tommy DeVito, American singer and guitarist
- Nancy Marchand, American actress (d. 2000)
- Luciano Benjamín Menéndez, Argentine general and human rights violator (d. 2018)
- Erna Schneider Hoover, American mathematician and inventor
- Bob Hank, Australian footballer and coach (d. 2012)
- Aage Bohr, Danish physicist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 2009)
- Marilyn P. Johnson, American educator and diplomat, 8th United States Ambassador to Togo
- Louis Jourdan, French-American actor and singer (d. 2015)
- Yves Robert, French actor, director, and screenwriter (d. 2002)
- Pauline Kael, American film critic (d. 2001)
- Joshua Nkomo, Zimbabwean guerrilla leader and politician, Vice President of Zimbabwe (d. 1999)
- Pat Buttram, American actor (d. 1994)
- Julius Schwartz, American publisher and agent (d. 2004)
- Alan Cranston, American journalist and politician (d. 2000)
- Lester Flatt, American bluegrass singer-songwriter, guitarist, and mandolin player (d. 1979)
- Helene Madison, American swimmer (d. 1970)
- Don Gutteridge, American baseball player and manager (d. 2008)
- Virginia MacWatters, American soprano and actress (d. 2005)
- Sydney Allard, English race car driver, founded the Allard Company (d. 1966)
- Paul Flory, American chemist and engineer, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1985)
- Abe Fortas, American lawyer and jurist (d. 1982)
- Osamu Dazai, Japanese author (d. 1948)
- Rūdolfs Jurciņš, Latvian basketball player (d. 1948)
- Clarence Wiseman, Canadian 10th General of the Salvation Army (d. 1985)
- Ernst Boris Chain, German-Irish biochemist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1979)
- Knut Kroon, Swedish footballer (d. 1975)
- Walter Rauff, German SS officer (d. 1984)
- Mildred Natwick, American actress (d. 1994)
- Mary Callery, American-French sculptor and academic (d. 1977)
- Lou Gehrig, American baseball player (d. 1941)
- Wally Hammond, English cricketer and coach (d. 1965)
- Hans Litten, German lawyer (d. 1938)
- Guy Lombardo, Canadian-American violinist and bandleader (d. 1977)
- Cyril Norman Hinshelwood, English chemist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1967)
- Moe Howard, American comedian (d. 1975)
- Rajani Palme Dutt, English journalist and politician (d. 1974)
- Wallis Simpson, American wife of Edward VIII (d. 1986)
- John Heartfield, German photographer and activist (d. 1968)
- Arthur Massey Berry, Canadian soldier and pilot (d. 1970)
- Finley Hamilton, American lawyer and politician (d. 1940)
- Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, French painter and historian (d. 1974)
- Gladys Mills Phipps, American horse breeder (d. 1970)
- Maginel Wright Enright, American illustrator (d. 1966)
- Charles Coburn, American actor (d. 1961)
- Nigel Gresley, Scottish-English engineer (d. 1941)
- Peder Oluf Pedersen, Danish physicist and engineer (d. 1941)
- Theodore Payne, English-American gardener and botanist (d. 1963)
- Alajos Szokolyi, Hungarian hurdler, jumper, and physician (d. 1932)
- May Whitty, English actress (d. 1948)
- Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, Scottish-English field marshal (d. 1928)
- Émile Haug, French geologist and paleontologist (d. 1927)
- José Rizal, Filipino journalist, author, and poet (d. 1896)
- Sam Walter Foss, American poet and librarian (d. 1911)
- George F. Roesch, American lawyer and politician (d. 1917)
- Alfredo Catalani, Italian composer and academic (d. 1893)
- Hjalmar Mellin, Finnish mathematician and theorist (d. 1933)
- Billy Midwinter, English-Australian cricketer (d. 1890)
- Silvanus P. Thompson, English physicist, engineer, and academic (d. 1916)
- David Jayne Hill, American historian and politician, 24th United States Assistant Secretary of State (d. 1932)
- Antonio Abetti, Italian astronomer and academic (d. 1928)
- Cléophas Beausoleil, Canadian journalist and politician (d. 1904)
- Mary Sibbet Copley, American philanthropist (d. 1929)
- Georg Karl Maria Seidlitz, German entomologist and academic (d. 1917)
- Charles Spurgeon, English pastor and author (d. 1892)
- Mary Tenney Gray, American editorial writer, club-woman, philanthropist, and suffragette (d. 1904)
- William H. Webb, American shipbuilder and philanthropist, founded the Webb Institute (d. 1899)
- Cornelius Krieghoff, Dutch-Canadian painter (d. 1872)
- Hamilton Hume, Australian explorer (d. 1873)
- James Braid, Scottish-English surgeon (d. 1860)
- Joseph Earl Sheffield, American businessman and philanthropist (d. 1882)
- Friedrich Sertürner, German chemist and pharmacist (d. 1841)
- Francis Johnson, American lawyer and politician (d. 1842)
- Joseph Diaz Gergonne, French mathematician and philosopher (d. 1859)
- José Gervasio Artigas, Uruguayan general and politician (d. 1850)
- Joaquim Machado de Castro, Portuguese sculptor (d. 1822)
- François Rebel, French violinist and composer (d. 1775)
- Philipp van Limborch, Dutch author and theologian (d. 1712)
- Blaise Pascal, French mathematician and physicist (d. 1662)
- James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Hamilton, Scottish soldier and politician, Lord Chancellor of Scotland (d. 1649)
- Gilbert Sheldon, Archbishop of Canterbury (d. 1677)
- Hargobind, sixth Sikh guru (d. 1644)
- Philip Bell, British colonial governor (d. 1678)
- James VI and I of the United Kingdom (d. 1625)
- Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, lord of Rimini (d. 1468)
- Prince Morikuni, shōgun of Japan (d. 1333)
Deaths On This Day
- Etika, American YouTuber and streamer (b. 1990)
- Koko, western lowland gorilla and user of American Sign Language (b. 1971)
- Otto Warmbier, American college student detained in North Korea (b. 1994)
- Anton Yelchin, American actor (b. 1989)
- James Salter, American novelist and short-story writer (b. 1925)
- Oskar-Hubert Dennhardt, German general (b. 1915)
- Gerry Goffin, American songwriter (b. 1939)
- Ibrahim Touré, Ivorian footballer (b. 1985)
- Vince Flynn, American author (b. 1966)
- James Gandolfini, American actor and producer (b. 1961)
- Gyula Horn, Hungarian politician, 37th Prime Minister of Hungary (b. 1932)
- Dave Jennings, American football player and sportscaster (b. 1952)
- Filip Topol, Czech singer-songwriter and pianist (b. 1965)
- Slim Whitman, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1923)
- Norbert Tiemann, American soldier and politician, 32nd Governor of Nebraska (b. 1924)
- Manute Bol, Sudanese-American basketball player and activist (b. 1962)
- Anthony Quinton, Baron Quinton, English philosopher and academic (b. 1925)
- Carlos Monsiváis, Mexican writer, journalist and political activist (b. 1938)
- Tomoji Tanabe, Japanese engineer and surveyor (b. 1895)
- Barun Sengupta, Bengali journalist, founded Bartaman (b. 1934)
- Antonio Aguilar, Mexican singer-songwriter, actor, producer, and screenwriter (b. 1919)
- Alberto Mijangos, Mexican-American painter and educator (b. 1925)
- Terry Hoeppner, American football player and coach (b. 1947)
- Ze'ev Schiff, Israeli journalist and author (b. 1932)
- Clayton Kirkpatrick, journalist and newspaper editor (b. 1915)
- Stanley Mosk, American lawyer, jurist, and politician (b. 1912)
- John Heyer, Australian director and producer (b. 1916)
- Peter Townsend, Burmese-English captain and pilot (b. 1914)
- William Golding, British novelist, playwright, and poet, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1911)
- Jean Arthur, American actress (b. 1900)
- George Addes, American trade union leader, co-founded United Automobile Workers (b. 1911)
- Isobel Andrews, New Zealand writer (b. 1905)
- Betti Alver, Estonian author and poet (b. 1906)
- Fernand Seguin, Canadian biochemist and academic (b. 1922)
- Gladys Spellman, American lawyer and politician (b. 1918)
- Margaret Carver Leighton, American author (b. 1896)
- Len Bias, American basketball player (b. 1963)
- Lee Krasner, American painter and educator (b. 1908)
- Anya Phillips, Chinese-American band manager and co-founder of the Mudd Club (b. 1955)
- Paul Popenoe, American explorer and scholar, founded Relationship counseling (b. 1888)
- Ali Shariati, Iranian sociologist and philosopher (b. 1933)
- Sam Giancana, American mob boss (b. 1908)
- James Joseph Sweeney, American bishop (b. 1898)
- Ed Wynn, American actor and comedian (b. 1886)
- Frank Borzage, American film director and actor (b. 1894)
- Thomas J. Watson, American businessman (b. 1874)
- Ethel Rosenberg, American spy (b. 1915)
- Julius Rosenberg, American spy (b. 1918)
- Angelos Sikelianos, Greek poet and playwright (b. 1884)
- Syed Zafarul Hasan, Indian philosopher and academic (b. 1885)
- C. V. Hartman, Swiss botanist and anthropologist (b. 1862)
- Otto Hirsch, German jurist and politician (b. 1885)
- Maurice Jaubert, French composer and conductor (b. 1900)
- Grace Abbott, American social worker and activist (b. 1878)
- J. M. Barrie, Scottish novelist and playwright (b. 1860)
- Sol Plaatje, South African journalist and activist (b. 1876)
- Hitachiyama Taniemon, Japanese sumo wrestler, the 19th Yokozuna (b. 1874)
- Ramón López Velarde, Mexican poet and author (b. 1888)
- Francesco Baracca, Italian fighter pilot (b. 1888)
- Herbert Vaughan, English cardinal (b. 1832)
- Juan Bautista Alberdi, Argentinian-French politician and diplomat (b. 1810)
- Ferdinand Stoliczka, Moravian palaeontologist and ornithologist (b. 1838)
- Miguel Miramón, Unconstitutional president of Mexico, 1859-1860 (b. 1832)
- Maximilian I of Mexico (b. 1832)
- Evangelos Zappas, Greek-Romanian businessman and philanthropist (b. 1800)
- Richard Heales, English-Australian politician, 4th Premier of Victoria (b. 1822)
- Sarah Rosetta Wakeman, American soldier (b. 1843)
- Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, French zoologist and biologist (b. 1772)
- Joseph Banks, English botanist and author (b. 1743)
- Louis-Jean-François Lagrenée, French painter and educator (b. 1724)
- Nathanael Greene, American general (b. 1742)
- Benjamin Tasker Sr., American soldier and politician, 10th Colonial Governor of Maryland (b. 1690)
- Johann Ernst Eberlin, German organist and composer (b. 1702)
- Alessandro Marcello, Italian composer and educator (b. 1669)
- Nader Shah, Persian leader (b. 1688)
- Matthäus Merian, Swiss-German engraver and publisher (b. 1593)
- Alberico Gentili, Italian lawyer and jurist (b. 1551)
- Francis, Duke of Anjou (b. 1555)
- Anna of Brandenburg, Duchess of Mecklenburg (b. 1507)
- Abraomas Kulvietis, Lithuanian-Russian lawyer and jurist (b. 1509)
- Leo Jud, Swiss theologian and reformer (b. 1482)
- Bernhard Walther, German astronomer and humanist (b. 1430)
- Elisenda of Montcada, queen consort and regent of Aragon (b. 1292)
- Juliana Falconieri, Italian nun and saint (b. 1270)
- Piers Gaveston, 1st Earl of Cornwall, English politician (b. 1284)
- Eleanor de Montfort, Welsh princess (b. 1252)
- Taira no Munemori, Japanese soldier (b. 1147)
- Romuald, Italian mystic and saint (b. 951)
- Xiao Qing, chancellor of Later Liang (b. 862)
- Soga no Umako, Japanese son of Soga no Iname (b. 551)
- Huan Xuan, Jin-dynasty warlord and emperor of Huan Chu (b. 369)