On This Day in History: March 7
March 7 is the 66th day of the year (67th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. 299 days remain until the end of the year.
Lottery News On This Day
- Mystery NH Powerball lottery winner gets her prize, keeps her privacy — for now. A woman who sued the New Hampshire state lottery commission asking it to allow her to collect the $559.7 million prize she had won without making her name public collected her winnings on Wednesday, lottery officials said, and kept her privacy for now.
- Australian man sues lottery for $3.3M ticket discarded decades ago. An Australian man is suing New South Wales Lotteries, saying a store clerk threw away his $3.3 million winning ticket more than two decades ago.
- Virginia becomes first state to formally legalize daily fantasy sports. Virginia Monday signed into law the "Fantasy Contests Act," a bill outlining how daily fantasy sport sites like DraftKings and FanDuel can operate legally in the state.
- Final share of $564 million Powerball jackpot claimed in Texas. The Powerball jackpot-winning ticket sold in Texas for the historic Feb. 11 drawing has been claimed.
- Former live-in girlfriend of NJ $338M Powerball winner to receive nothing. The former live-in girlfriend of a Passaic bodega owner who struck the Powerball jackpot and cashed in on $338 million won't be getting a share of the winnings.
- Couple wins $3M jackpot 27 years after wife's numbers last came up. A retired Maine couple has won the state lottery after the same numbers they have played for decades were once drawn before -- but they forgot to buy a ticket.
- N.C. bill keeps 'education' in lottery for now. The North Carolina Education Lottery is keeping the "education" in its name -- at least for now.
- Baltimore man, 81, loses his home after falling for lottery scam. A Baltimore, Maryland, man gave more than $400,000 to con artists running a lottery scam over the course of six years, and eventually lost his home.
- Florida lawmakers pushing for more, bigger casinos. Two state senators announced Friday that they have filed legislation that would allow five Las Vegas-style casino hotels in Florida, spaced across the state.
- Canada's Lotto Max now at $81 million in top prizes. For the third straight week, lottery players across Canada will take their chances at a $50 million main jackpot and a rising number of $1 million MaxMillions bonus drawings.
- Lottery Post for iPhone earns Apple 'Staff Pick'. Lottery Post, the world's largest community of lottery players, today announced that the new iPhone Edition of its popular Web site was awarded a Staff Pick by Apple.
- Powerball lottery jackpot hits $200 million. The Powerball jackpot for Saturday's drawing -- $200 million -- has once again grown large enough to draw new or infrequent players to ticket counters.
- Georgia Trucker Claims Half of Record $390 Million Lottery Jackpot. A truck driver from northwest Georgia came forward Wednesday afternoon to claim half of the record $390 million Mega Millions jackpot, the richest lottery prize in U.S. history.
- Georgia truck driver gets a piece of lottery history. Ed Nabors, 52, of Rocky Face, Georgia, discovered Wednesday morning that he had won half the record-setting $390 million Mega Millions jackpot in Tuesday night's drawing.
- At least 2 lottery winners will split record $370 million jackpot. Ohio Lottery spokeswoman Mardele Cohen says New Jersey and Georgia told the state they sold one winning ticket each for the U.S. record $370 million jackpot.
- Virginia lottery director becomes university president. On Thursday, Virginia Lottery director Penelope Ward Kyle was named the next president of Radford University.
- Winner of Feb. 12 Powerball lottery prize takes the cash option. A 55-year-old Louisiana lobbyist claimed her winnings Friday in last month's Powerball jackpot, sending her attorney to the lottery office to turn in the winning ticket and accept a lump sum payment worth $23 million.
- The Learning Channel profiles big lottery winners. David Edwards, an ex-con from Kentucky who through a stroke of luck moved uptown to a gated community in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, stole the show Sunday in Lottery Homes.
- Indiana Ticket Wins $19.9 Million Powerball Lottery Jackpot. A Powerball ticket sold in Elwood, Indiana matched all six numbers in Saturday's drawing, entitling the holder to a $19.9 million jackpot, a Hoosier Lottery spokesman said.
- Bending the rules wins man $300,000 lottery prize. When a Missouri man broke his agreement with his wife on how many scratch cards he could buy, it turned out to be a winning decision.
- Third N.C. lottery bill proposed. Another state lottery bill is in the North Carolina General Assembly. The bill is the third lottery proposal made this year and would not require a vote of the people.
Top 25 Lottery Jackpots On This Day
- 1.$414 Million
Mar 9, 2019
- 2.$346.3 Million
Mar 7, 2018
- 3.$290 Million
Mar 9, 2018
- 4.$270 Million
Mar 7, 2014
- 5.$200 Million
Mar 8, 2008
- 6.$170 Million
Mar 10, 2010
- 7.$157 Million
Mar 8, 2016
- 8.$154.9 Million
Mar 10, 2021
- 9.$150 Million
Mar 9, 2013
- 10.$148 Million
Mar 9, 2012
- 11.€118.82 Million
Mar 9, 2021
- 12.€100 Million
Mar 7, 2014
- 13.€110.16 Million
Mar 8, 2018
- 14.€115.73 Million
Mar 7, 2019
- 15.$127 Million
Mar 8, 2011
- 16.$120 Million
Mar 7, 2007
- 17.€80 Million
Mar 11, 2011
- 18.$100 Million
Mar 7, 2015
- 18.$100 Million
Mar 7, 2020
- 20.$94 Million
Mar 7, 2017
- 21.$85 Million
Mar 8, 2017
- 21.$85 Million
Mar 7, 2001
- 23.$79 Million
Mar 10, 2004
- 24.€63.61 Million
Mar 12, 2021
- 25.$75 Million
Mar 10, 2020
Lottery Post Member Birthdays On This Day
Thursday, Mar 7, 1985
36 years old
Sunday, Mar 7, 1982
39 years old
Sunday, Mar 7, 1982
39 years old
Friday, Mar 7, 1980
41 years old
Tuesday, Mar 7, 1978
43 years old
Thursday, Mar 7, 1974
47 years old
Tuesday, Mar 7, 1972
49 years old
Tuesday, Mar 7, 1967
54 years old
Monday, Mar 7, 1966
55 years old
Monday, Mar 7, 1960
61 years old
Friday, Mar 7, 1958
63 years old
Thursday, Mar 7, 1957
64 years old
Thursday, Mar 7, 1957
64 years old
Wednesday, Mar 7, 1956
65 years old
(year not provided)
Worldwide Events On This Day
- At least 105 die and 600 are injured in the 2021 Bata explosions in Bata, Equatorial Guinea.
- The Real Irish Republican Army kills two British soldiers and injures two other soldiers and two civilians at Massereene Barracks, the first British military deaths in Northern Ireland since the end of The Troubles.
- Reform of the House of Lords: The British House of Commons votes to make the upper chamber, the House of Lords, 100% elected.
- Garuda Indonesia Flight 200 crashes at Adisutjipto International Airport in the Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, killing 21 people.
- The terrorist organisation Lashkar-e-Taiba coordinates a series of bombings in Varanasi, India.
- The tugboat Thomas Hebert sank off the coast of New Jersey, USA.
- Iran and the United Kingdom break diplomatic relations after a fight over Salman Rushdie and his controversial novel, The Satanic Verses.
- Lieyu massacre: Taiwanese military massacre of 19 unarmed Vietnamese refugees at Donggang, Lieyu, Kinmen.
- Challenger Disaster: Divers from the USS Preserver locate the crew cabin of Challenger on the ocean floor.
- Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, political leader of then East Pakistan (present day-Bangladesh), delivers his historic 7th March speech in the Racecourse Field (Now Suhrawardy Udyan) in Dhaka.
- Vietnam War: The United States and South Vietnamese military begin Operation Truong Cong Dinh to root out Viet Cong forces from the area surrounding Mỹ Tho.
- The Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat Sementara (MPRS), Indonesia's provisional parliament, revoked Sukarno's mandate as President of Indonesia.
- Bloody Sunday: A group of 600 civil rights marchers is brutally attacked by state and local police in Selma, Alabama.
- Korean War: Operation Ripper: United Nations troops led by General Matthew Ridgway begin an assault against Chinese forces.
- Iranian prime minister Ali Razmara is assassinated by Khalil Tahmasebi, a member of the Islamic fundamentalist Fada'iyan-e Islam, inside a mosque in Tehran.
- Cold War: The Soviet Union issues a statement denying that Klaus Fuchs served as a Soviet spy.
- World War II: American troops seize the Ludendorff Bridge over the Rhine river at Remagen.
- Günther Prien and the crew of German submarine U-47, one of the most successful U-boats of World War II, disappear without a trace.
- Prelude to World War II: In violation of the Locarno Pact and the Treaty of Versailles, Germany reoccupies the Rhineland.
- Prince William of Wied arrives in Albania to begin his reign as King.
- Second Boer War: Boers, led by Koos de la Rey, inflict the biggest defeat upon the British since the beginning of the war, at Tweebosch.
- The German liner SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse becomes the first ship to send wireless signals to shore.
- Alexander Graham Bell is granted a patent for an invention he calls the "telephone".
- American Civil War: Union forces engage Confederate troops at the Pea Ridge in northwestern Arkansas.
- Senator Daniel Webster gives his "Seventh of March" speech endorsing the Compromise of 1850 in order to prevent a possible civil war.
- Brazilian marines unsuccessfully attack the temporary naval base of Carmen de Patagones, Argentina.
- Shrigley abduction: Ellen Turner is abducted by Edward Gibbon Wakefield, a future politician in colonial New Zealand.
- Emperor Napoleon I of France wins the Battle of Craonne.
- Napoleon Bonaparte captures Jaffa in Palestine and his troops proceed to kill more than 2,000 Albanian captives.
- A peace treaty is signed between the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Venice, ending the Ottoman-Venetian War and leaving Cyprus in Ottoman hands.
- The University of Paris issues the last in a series of condemnations of various philosophical and theological theses.
- Konrad III von Hohenstaufen was elected king of Germany at Coblenz in the presence of the papal legate Theodwin.
- Marcus Aurelius and L. Commodus (who changes his name to Lucius Verus) become joint emperors of Rome on the death of Antoninus Pius.
Births On This Day
- Amanda Gorman, American poet and activist
- Liam Donnelly, Northern Irish footballer
- Jerome Binnom-Williams, English footballer
- Aboubakar Kamara, French footballer
- Chase Kalisz, American swimmer
- Jordan Pickford, English footballer
- Michele Rigione, Italian footballer
- Larry Asante, American football player
- Hatem Ben Arfa, French footballer
- Niclas Bergfors, Swedish ice hockey player
- Ben Griffin, Australian footballer
- Andre Fluellen, American football player
- Cameron Prosser, Australian swimmer
- Gerwyn Price, Welsh darts player
- Steve Burtt Jr., American-Ukrainian basketball player
- Mathieu Flamini, French footballer
- Lindsay McCaul, American singer-songwriter
- Manucho, Angolan footballer
- Sebastián Viera, Uruguayan footballer
- Brent Kite, Australian rugby league player
- Murat Boz, Turkish singer-songwriter
- Eric Godard, Canadian ice hockey player
- Laura Prepon, American actress
- Rodrigo Braña, Argentinian footballer
- Amanda Somerville, American singer-songwriter
- Jaqueline Jesus, Brazilian psychologist and activist
- Ronan O'Gara, Irish rugby player and coach
- Paul Cattermole, British singer and actor
- Jenna Fischer, American actress
- Facundo Sava, Argentinian footballer and manager
- Jason Bright, Australian race car driver
- Sébastien Izambard, French tenor and producer
- Işın Karaca, English-Turkish singer-songwriter, producer, and actress
- Craig Polla-Mounter, Australian rugby league player
- Tal Banin, Israeli footballer and manager
- Peter Sarsgaard, American actor
- Matthew Vaughn, English director, producer, and screenwriter
- Rachel Weisz, English-American actress and producer
- Massimo Lotti, Italian footballer
- Hideki Noda, Japanese race car driver
- Jeff Kent, American baseball player
- Muhsin al-Ramli, Iraqi author, poet, translator, and academic
- Ruthie Henshall, English actress, singer, and dancer
- Ai Yazawa, Japanese author and illustrator
- Terry Carkner, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
- Tony Daly, Australian rugby player
- Steve Beuerlein, American football player and sportscaster
- Jesper Parnevik, Swedish golfer
- Bret Easton Ellis, American author and screenwriter
- Wanda Sykes, American comedian, actress, and screenwriter
- Mike Eagles, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
- E. L. James, English author
- Taylor Dayne, American singer-songwriter and actress
- David Rutley, English businessman and politician
- Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, French politician
- Joe Carter, American baseball player and sportscaster
- Ivan Lendl, Czech tennis player and coach
- Jim Spivey, American runner and coach
- Tom Lehman, American golfer
- Donna Murphy, American actress and singer
- Rick Bass, American author and environmentalist
- Rik Mayall, English comedian, actor, and screenwriter (d. 2014)
- Merv Neagle, Australian footballer and coach (d. 2012)
- Robert Harris, English journalist and author
- Mark Richards, Australian surfer
- Tomás Yarrington, Mexican economist and politician, Governor of Tamaulipas
- Bryan Cranston, American actor, director, and producer
- Andrea Levy, English author (d. 2019)
- Tommy Kramer, American football player
- Eva Brunne, Swedish bishop
- William Boyd, Ghanaian-English author and screenwriter
- Ernie Isley, American guitarist and songwriter
- Viv Richards, Antiguan cricketer and footballer
- Lynn Swann, American football player, sportscaster, and politician
- Billy Joe DuPree, American football player
- Franco Harris, American football player and businessman
- J. R. Richard, American baseball player and minister
- Ghulam Nabi Azad, Indian politician, Indian Minister of Health and Family Welfare
- Helen Eadie, Scottish politician (d. 2013)
- Walter Röhrl, German race car driver
- John Heard, American actor and producer (d. 2017)
- Bob Herbert, American journalist
- Arthur Lee, American singer-songwriter and musician (d. 2006)
- Elizabeth Moon, American lieutenant and author
- Ranulph Fiennes, English soldier and explorer
- Townes Van Zandt, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (d. 1997)
- Chris White, English singer-songwriter and bass player
- Michael Eisner, American businessman
- Tammy Faye Messner, American evangelist, television personality, and talk show host (d. 2007)
- Piers Paul Read, English historian and author
- Daniel J. Travanti, American actor
- Danyel Gérard, French singer-songwriter
- David Baltimore, American biologist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate
- Janet Guthrie, American professional race car driver, first woman to qualify and compete in both the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500
- Florentino Fernández, Cuban-American boxer and coach (d. 2013)
- Georges Perec, French author and screenwriter (d. 1982)
- Willard Scott, American television personality and actor
- Jackie Blanchflower, Northern Irish footballer and accountant (d. 1998)
- Ed Bouchee, American baseball player (d. 2013)
- Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, English photographer and politician (d. 2017)
- Robert Trotter, Scottish actor and photographer (d. 2013)
- Dan Jacobson, South African-English author and critic (d. 2014)
- James Broderick, American actor and director (d. 1982)
- Rene Gagnon, American soldier (d. 1979)
- Richard Vernon, British actor (d. 1997)
- Morton Bard, American psychologist (d. 1997)
- Bill Boedeker, American football player (d. 2014)
- Olga Ladyzhenskaya, Russian mathematician and academic (d. 2004)
- Mochtar Lubis, Indonesian journalist and author (d. 2004)
- Peter Murphy, English footballer (d. 1975)
- Andy Phillip, American basketball player and coach (d. 2001)
- Janet Collins, American ballerina and choreographer (d. 2003)
- Betty Holberton, American engineer and programmer (d. 2001)
- Jacques Chaban-Delmas, French general and politician, Prime Minister of France (d. 2000)
- Dollard Ménard, Canadian general (d. 1997)
- Adile Ayda, Turkish engineer and diplomat (d. 1992)
- Sachchidananda Vatsyayan, Indian modern poet, journalist and author (d. 1987)
- Stefan Kisielewski, Polish libertarian writer and politician (d. 1991)
- Will Glickman, American playwright (d. 1983)
- Anna Magnani, Italian actress (d. 1973)
- Ivar Ballangrud, Norwegian speed skater (d. 1969)
- Reinhard Heydrich, German SS officer (d. 1942)
- Maud Lewis, Canadian folk artist (d. 1970)
- Heinz Rühmann, German actor (d. 1994)
- Dorothy de Rothschild, English philanthropist and activist (d. 1988)
- Ana María O'Neill, Puerto Rican scholar and activist (d. 1981)
- William L. Laurence, Lithuanian-American journalist and author (d. 1977)
- Alidius Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer, Dutch lawyer and politician, Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies (d. 1978)
- Virginia Pearson, American actress (d. 1958)
- G. I. Taylor, English mathematician and physicist (d. 1975)
- Wilson Dallam Wallis, American anthropologist (d. 1970)
- Milton Avery, American painter (d. 1965)
- John Tovey, 1st Baron Tovey, English admiral (d. 1971)
- Boris Kustodiev, Russian painter and stage designer (d. 1927)
- Maurice Ravel, French pianist, composer, and conductor (d. 1937)
- Madame Sul-Te-Wan, American actress (d. 1959)
- Piet Mondrian, Dutch-American painter (d. 1944)
- Julius Wagner-Jauregg, Austrian physician and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1940)
- Champ Clark, American lawyer and politician, 41st Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (d. 1921)
- Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, Austrian-Czech sociologist and politician, 1st President of Czechoslovakia (d. 1937)
- Luther Burbank, American botanist and author (d. 1926)
- Marriott Henry Brosius, American senator (d. 1901)
- William Rockhill Nelson, American businessman and publisher, founded The Kansas City Star (d. 1915)
- Ludwig Mond, German-born chemist and British industrialist who discovered the metal carbonyls (d. 1909)
- Henry Draper, American physician and astronomer (d. 1882)
- Increase A. Lapham, American botanist and author (d. 1875)
- John Herschel, English mathematician and astronomer (d. 1871)
- Antoine César Becquerel, French physicist and biochemist (d. 1878)
- Alessandro Manzoni, Italian author and poet (d. 1873)
- Nicéphore Niépce, French inventor, invented photography (d. 1833)
- Louis Auguste Le Tonnelier de Breteuil, French soldier and politician, Prime Minister of France (d. 1807)
- Prince Vittorio Amedeo Theodore of Savoy (d. 1725)
- Ewald Christian von Kleist, German soldier and poet (d. 1759)
- Clement XIII, pope of the Catholic Church (d. 1769)
- Filippo Juvarra, Italian architect, designed the Basilica of Superga (d. 1736)
- Rob Roy MacGregor, Scottish outlaw (d. 1734)
- Guillaume du Vair, French lawyer and author (d. 1621)
- John Casimir of the Palatinate-Simmern, German prince and reigning count palatine of Simmern (d. 1592)
- Fray Thomas de San Martín, Roman Catholic prelate and bishop (d. 1555)
- Baldassare Peruzzi, Italian architect and painter (d. 1537)
- Anna of Saxony, Electress of Brandenburg (d. 1512)
- Mu'ayyad al-Dawla, Buyid emir (d. 983)
- Publius Septimius Geta, Roman emperor (d. 211)
Deaths On This Day
- Lynne Stewart, American attorney and activist (b. 1939)
- Adrian Hardiman, Irish lawyer and judge (b. 1951)
- G. Karthikeyan, Indian lawyer and politician (b. 1949)
- F. Ray Keyser, Jr., American lawyer and politician, 72nd Governor of Vermont (b. 1927)
- Yoshihiro Tatsumi, Japanese author and illustrator (b. 1935)
- Anatoly Borisovich Kuznetsov, Russian actor and director (b. 1930)
- Ned O'Gorman, American poet and educator (b. 1929)
- Victor Shem-Tov, Israeli lawyer and politician, 8th Israeli Minister of Health (b. 1915)
- Peter Banks, English guitarist and songwriter (b. 1947)
- Sybil Christopher, Welsh actress (b. 1929)
- Damiano Damiani, Italian director and screenwriter (b. 1922)
- Frederick B. Karl, American lieutenant and politician (b. 1924)
- Claude King, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1923)
- Ravi, Indian director and composer (b. 1926)
- Włodzimierz Smolarek, Polish footballer and manager (b. 1957)
- Ronnie Wells, American singer and educator (b. 1943)
- Gordon Parks, American photographer, director, and composer (b. 1912)
- Ali Farka Touré, Malian singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1939)
- John Box, English production designer and art director (b. 1920)
- Debra Hill, American screenwriter and producer (b. 1950)
- Paul Winfield, American actor (b. 1941)
- Frankie Carle, American pianist and bandleader (b. 1903)
- Pee Wee King, American singer-songwriter (b. 1914)
- Sidney Gottlieb, American chemist and theorist (b. 1918)
- Stanley Kubrick, American director, producer, and screenwriter (b. 1928)
- Edward Mills Purcell, American physicist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1912)
- Tony Harris, South African cricketer (b. 1916)
- J. Merrill Knapp, American musicologist (b. 1914)
- Martti Larni, Finnish writer (b. 1909)
- Carlo Mazzarella, Italian actor and journalist (b. 1919)
- Angelo Piccaluga, Italian footballer (b. 1906)
- Eleanor Sanger, American television producer (b. 1929)
- Josef Steindl, Austrian economist (b. 1912)
- Frank Wells, Australian rules footballer (b. 1909)
- Cool Papa Bell, American baseball player (b. 1903)
- Divine, American drag queen and film actor (b. 1945)
- Ülo Õun, Estonian sculptor (b. 1940)
- Jacob K. Javits, American colonel and politician, 58th New York State Attorney General (b. 1904)
- Igor Markevitch, Ukrainian conductor and composer (b. 1912)
- Ida Barney, American astronomer, mathematician, and academic (b. 1886)
- Kirill Kondrashin, Russian conductor (b. 1914)
- Wright Patman, American lieutenant, lawyer, and politician (b. 1893)
- Mikhail Bakhtin, Russian philosopher and critic (b. 1895)
- Lalo Ríos, Mexican actor (b. 1927)
- Richard Montague, American mathematician and philosopher (b. 1930)
- Alice B. Toklas, American writer (b. 1877)
- Govind Ballabh Pant, Indian lawyer and politician, 2nd Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh (b. 1887)
- Wyndham Lewis, English painter and critic (b. 1882)
- Otto Diels, German chemist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1876)
- Paramahansa Yogananda, Indian guru and philosopher (b. 1893)
- Bradbury Robinson, American football player, physician, and politician (b. 1884)
- Lucy Parsons, American communist anarchist labor organizer (b. c 1853)
- Andreas Michalakopoulos, Greek politician, 116th Prime Minister of Greece (b. 1876)
- Ernst Enno, Estonian poet and author (b. 1875)
- Aristide Briand, French journalist and politician, Prime Minister of France, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1862)
- Robert Abbe, American surgeon and radiologist (b. 1851)
- Jaan Poska, Estonian lawyer and politician, 1st Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs (b. 1866)
- Pauline Johnson, Canadian poet and author (b. 1861)
- Ferdinand André Fouqué, French geologist and petrologist (b. 1828)
- Harriet Ann Jacobs, African American Abolitionist and author (b. 1813)
- Robert Townsend, American spy (b. 1753)
- Cuthbert Collingwood, 1st Baron Collingwood, English admiral (b. 1750)
- Jean-Pierre Blanchard, French inventor, best known as a pioneer in balloon flight (b. 1753)
- Charles De Geer, Swedish entomologist and archaeologist (b. 1720)
- Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville, Canadian politician, 2nd Colonial Governor of Louisiana (b. 1680)
- Pope Innocent XIII (b. 1655)
- Johann Bayer, German lawyer and cartographer (b. 1572)
- Margaret Douglas, English daughter of Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus (b. 1515)
- William IV, Duke of Bavaria (b. 1493)
- Maria of Aragon, Queen of Portugal (b. 1482)
- Francesco I Gonzaga, ruler of Mantua
- Bogislaw VI, Duke of Pomerania (b.c. 1350)
- Saint Thomas Aquinas, Italian priest and philosopher (b. 1225)
- William Longespée, 3rd Earl of Salisbury, English commander (b. 1176)
- John of Gorze, Frankish abbot and diplomat
- Nominoe, King (or duke) of Brittany
- Heraclianus, Roman politician and failed usurper
- Antoninus Pius, Roman emperor (b. 86)