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April 2 - Deaths

Calendar Date April 2nd:
April 2nd - Deaths:
1118 – Baldwin I of Jerusalem - King of Jerusalem (b. c. 1058)
1272 – Richard - 1st Earl of Cornwall, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1209)
1335 – Duke Henry of Carinthia (b. c. 1265)
1412 – Ruy Gonzáles de Clavijo - Spanish traveler & writer
1502 – Prince Arthur Tudor - son of Henry VII of England (b. 1486)
1507 – Francis of Paola - Italian founder of the Order of the Minims (b. 1416)
1640 – Maciej Kazimierz Sarbiewski - Polish author & prominent Latin poet (b. 1595)
1657 – Ferdinand III - Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1608)
1657 – Jean-Jacques Olier – French catholic priest - founder of the Society of Saint-Sulpice (b. 1608)
1720 – Joseph Dudley - colonial Governor of Massachusetts (b. 1647)
1742 – James Douglas - Scottish physician & anatomist (b. 1675)
1747 – Johann Jacob Dillenius - German botanist (b. 1684)
1754 – Thomas Carte - English historian (b. 1686)
1787 – Thomas Gage - British general (b. 1719)
1791 – Mirabeau - French statesman (b. 1749)
1801 – Thomas Dadford Junior - British canal engineer (b. c. 1761)
1803 – Sir James Montgomery - 1st Baronet, Scottish politician & judge (b. 1721)
1817 – Johann Heinrich Jung - German author (b. 1740)
1827 – Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus - German physician & naturalist (b. 1776)
1845 – Philip Charles Durham - Royal Navy Admiral (b. 1763)
1865 – General A. P. Hill - American Confederate general (b. 1825)
1872 – Samuel Morse - American painter & inventor of the telegraph (b. 1791)
1891 – Albert Pike - American Confederate Brigadier General, Envoy, Author, Attorney, & Freemason (b. 1809)
1902 – Esther Morris - suffragist & first female American judge (b. 1814)
1914 – Paul von Heyse - German writer, Nobel laureate (b. 1830)
1922 – Hermann Rorschach - Swiss psychologist (b. 1884)
1928 – Theodore William Richards - American chemist, Nobel laureate (b. 1868)
1930 – Empress Zauditu of Ethiopia (b. 1876)
1936 – Jean-Baptiste Eugène Estienne - French general (b. 1860)
1953 – Hugo Sperrle - German field marshal (b. 1885)
1958 – Tudor Davies - Welsh operatic tenor (b. 1892)
1958 – Josei Toda - Japanese second president of the Buddhist association Soka Gakkai (b. 1900)
1966 – C. S. Forester - English author (b. 1899)
1972 – Franz Halder - German general (b. 1884)
1972 – Toshitsugu Takamatsu - Japanese Martial Arts Grandmaster (b. 1887)
1972 – Gil Hodges - American baseball player & manager (b. 1924)
1974 – Georges Pompidou - President of France (b. 1911)
1987 – Buddy Rich - American drummer (b. 1917)
1992 – Tomisaburo Wakayama - Japanese actor (b. 1929)
1992 – Juan Gómez González - Spanish footballplayer (b. 1954)
1994 – Betty Furness - American actress (b. 1916)
1995 – Harvey Penick - American golf instructor (b. 1904)
1995 – Hannes Alfvén - Swedish physicist (b. 1908)
1998 – Rob Pilatus - American model & entertainer (Milli Vanilli) (b. 1965)
2000 – Tommaso Buscetta - Sicilian mafioso & pentito (b. 1928)
2001 – Charles Daudelin - Canadian artist (b. 1920)
2001 – Jennifer Syme - American actress (b. 1972)
2003 – Edwin Starr - American singer (b. 1942)
2004 – John Argyris - Greek aeronautical engineer (b. 1913)
2005 – Pope John Paul II (b. 1920)
2006 – Nina Schenk Gräfin von Stauffenberg - German wife of Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg (b. 1913)
2007 – Paul Reed - American actor (b. 1909)
2008 – Raúl Alfonsín - Argentine lawyer, politician & statesman (b. 1927)


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April 2 - Births

Calendar Date April 2nd:
April 2nd - Births:
742 – Charlemagne (d. 814)
1527 – Abraham Ortelius - Flemish cartographer & geographer (d. 1598)
1545 – Elisabeth of Valois - third wife of Philip II of Spain (d. 1568)
1565 – Cornelis de Houtman - Dutch explorer (d. 1599)
1614 – Jahanara Begum Sahib Daughter of Shah Jahan & Mumtaz Mahal (d. 1681)
1618 – Francesco Maria Grimaldi - Italian mathematician & physicist (d. 1663)
1653 – Prince George of Denmark - prince consort of Anne of England (d. 1708)
1719 – Johann Wilhelm Ludwig Gleim - German poet (d. 1803)
1725 – Giacomo Casanova - Italian adventurer & writer (d. 1798)
1743 – Thomas Jefferson - 3rd President of the United States (Old style date) (d. 1826)
1781 – Bhagwan Swaminarayan - religious leader (d. 1830)
1788 – Francisco Balagtas - Filipino poet (d. 1862)
1798 – August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben - German poet (d. 1874)
1805 – Hans Christian Andersen - Danish writer (d. 1875)
1814 – Erastus Brigham Bigelow - American inventor (d. 1879)
1827 – William Holman Hunt - English painter (d. 1910)
1838 – Léon Gambetta - French statesman (d. 1882)
1840 – Émile Zola - French novelist & critic (d. 1902)
1841 – Clément Ader - French aviation pioneer (d. 1926)
1862 – Nicholas Murray Butler - president of Columbia University, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (d. 1947)
1867 – Eugen Sandow - German bodybuilder & circus performer (d. 1925)
1869 – Hughie Jennings - American baseball player & manager (d. 1928)
1875 – Walter Chrysler - American automobile pioneer (d. 1940)
1884 – Sir John Squire - British poet, writer, & historian (d. 1958)
1891 – Max Ernst - German painter (d. 1976)
1900 – Roberto Arlt - Argentine writer (d. 1942)
1902 – Jan Tschichold - German typographer (d. 1974)
1903 – Lionel Chevrier - Canadian politician (d. 1987)
1907 – Luke Appling - American baseball player (d. 1991)
1908 – Buddy Ebsen - American actor & dancer (d. 2003)
1910 – Paul Triquet - Canadian military officer (d. 1980)
1912 – Herbert Mills - American singer (The Mills Brothers) (d. 1989)
1914 – Sir Alec Guinness - English actor (d. 2000)
1917 – Dabbs Greer - American actor (d. 2007)
1917 – Lou Monte - American singer (d. 1989)
1920 – Jack Webb - American actor, director, & producer (d. 1982)
1923 – G. Spencer-Brown - English mathematician
1923 – Clifford Scott Green - American Federal Judge (d. 2007)
1923 – Gloria Henry - American actress
1925 – George MacDonald Fraser - English author (d. 2008)
1926 – Sir Jack Brabham - Australian race car driver
1927 – Carmen Basilio - American boxer
1927 – Ferenc Puskás - Hungarian footballer (d. 2006)
1927 – Kenneth Tynan - English critic & writer (d. 1980)
1928 – Joseph Cardinal Bernardin - American cardinal (d. 1996)
1928 – Serge Gainsbourg - French singer (d. 1991)
1928 – Prof David Robinson - Irish horticulturist (d. 2004)
1932 – Edward Cardinal Egan - Cardinal-Archbishop Emeritus of New York
1934 – Paul Joseph Cohen - American mathematician (d. 2007)
1934 – Brian Glover - British actor & wrestler (d. 1997)
1937 – Dick Radatz - American baseball player (d. 2005)
1938 – John Larsson - 17th General of The Salvation Army
1938 – Whirlaway - American thoroughbred racehorse, 1941 Triple Crown winner (d. 1953)
1938 – Booker Little - American jazz trumpeter (d. 1961)
1939 – Marvin Gaye - American singer (d. 1984)
1939 – Lise Thibault - Lieutenant-governor of Quebec
1940 – Penelope Keith - English actress
1941 – Dr. Demento - American radio personality
1942 – Leon Russell - American blues-rock pianist/guitarist
1942 – Hiroyuki Sakai - Japanese chef
1942 – Roshan Seth - Indian actor
1945 – Linda Hunt - American actress
1945 – Reggie Smith - American baseball player
1945 – Don Sutton - American baseball player
1945 – Anne Waldman - American poet
1946 – Kurt Winter - Canadian guitarist (The Guess Who) (d. 1997)
1947 – Emmylou Harris - American singer
1947 – Camille Paglia - American feminist writer
1948 – Dimitris Mitropanos - Greek singer
1948 – Joan D. Vinge - American author
1949 – Paul Gambaccini - British television presenter
1949 – Pamela Reed - American actress
1949 – Ron Palillo - American actor
1949 – David Robinson - American musician
1951 – Ayako Okamoto - Japanese golfer
1951 – Moriteru Ueshiba - Japanese martial artist
1952 – Pat Drummond - Australian singer-songwriter
1952 – Thierry Le Luron - French humorist (d. 1986)
1952 – Leon Wilkeson - American rock bassist (Lynyrd Skynyrd) (d. 2001)
1953 – Jim Allister - Northern Irish politician
1953 – Debralee Scott - American actress (d. 2005)
1954 – Allan Davis - Australian diplomat
1954 – Susumu Hirasawa - Japanese electropop musician
1955 – Michael Stone - British terrorist
1957 – Giuliana De Sio - Italian actress
1958 – Larry Drew - American basketball player
1959 – Juha Kankkunen - Finnish race car driver
1959 – Yves Lavandier - French film director
1959 – Badou Zaki - Morrocan footballer & manager
1960 – Linford Christie - English athlete
1960 – Brad Jones - Australian racing driver
1961 – Christopher Meloni - American actor
1961 – Keren Woodward - English singer (Bananarama)
1962 – Pierre Carles - French documentarist
1962 – Clark Gregg - American actor
1962 – Mark Shulman - American children's author
1963 – Mike Gascoyne - British engineer
1963 – Karl Beattie - English television director & producer
1964 – Pete Incaviglia - American baseball player
1965 – Rodney King - American victim of police brutality
1966 – Bill Romanowski - American football player
1966 – Teddy Sheringham - English footballer
1966 – Garnet Silk - Jamaican singer (d. 1994)
1967 – Greg Camp - American musician (Smash Mouth)
1967 – Helen Chamberlain - British television presenter
1969 – Ajay Devgan - Indian actor
1971 – Todd Woodbridge - Australian tennis player
1971 – ZEEBRA - Japanese hip hop artist
1972 – Chico Slimani - Moroccoan-British singer
1973 – Roselyn Sánchez - Puerto Rican singer, model & actress
1974 – Håkan Hellström - Swedish musician
1975 – Randy Livingston - American basketball player
1975 – Adam Rodriguez - American actor
1976 – Andreas Anastasopoulos - Greek shot putter
1976 – Rory Sabbatini - South African golfer
1977 – Jelena Abbou - Serbian fitness model
1977 – Michael Fassbender - actor
1977 – Aiden Turner - British actor
1978 – John Gall - American baseball player
1979 – Jesse Carmichael - American musician (Maroon 5)
1980 – Carlos Salcido - Mexican footballer
1980 – Adam Fleming - English reporter
1980 – Ricky Hendrick - NASCAR driver & owner (d. 2004)
1981 – Michael Clarke - Australian cricketer
1981 – Bethany Joy Lenz-Galeotti - American actress
1982 – Marco Amelia - Italian footballer
1982 – Jeremy Bloom - American skier & football player
1982 – Bianca Chatfield - Australian netballer
1982 – Jack Evans - American professional wrestler
1982 – Leyla Milani - Canadian actress & model
1983 – Felix Borja - Ecuadorian footballer
1983 – Yung Joc - American rapper
1983 – Paul Capdeville - Chilean tennis player
1984 – Meryl Cassie - New Zealand actress
1984 – Ashley Peldon - American actress
1985 – Stephane Lambiel - Swiss figure skater
1986 – Ibrahim Afellay - Dutch footballer
1990 – Amy Castle - American actress
1990 – Miralem Pjanić - Bosnian footballer


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April 2 - General (Calendar Date)

April 2nd - Basic Facts:
  • April 2 is the 92nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.
  • There are 273 days remaining until the end of the year (274 in leap years).
  • The preceding day is April 1.
  • Next day is April 3.
April 2nd Births (Here)

April 2nd Deaths (Here)

April 2 Events:

1453 – Mehmed II begins his siege of Constantinople (Istanbul) - the city eventually falls on May 29th.
1513 – Juan Ponce de Leon becomes the first European to set foot on Florida.
1755 – Commodore William James captures the pirate fortress of Suvarnadurg on west coast of India.
1792 – United States Mint is established after the passage of the The Coinage Act.
1801 – Battle of Copenhagen – The British destroy the Danish fleet (Napoleonic Wars).
1810 – Napoleon Bonaparte marries Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria.
1863 – Richmond Bread Riot - food shortages incite 100s of angry women to riot in Richmond, Virginia.
1865 – The Siege of Petersburg is broken – Union troops capture the trenches around Petersburg, Virginia (American Civil War).
1865 – Confederate President Jefferson Davis & most of his Cabinet flee the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia (American Civil War).
1900 – Foraker Act passed by the US Congress - giving Puerto Rico limited self-rule.
1902 – Dmitry Sipyagin, Minister of Interior of the Russian Empire, is assassinated in the Marie Palace, St Petersburg.
1902 – Electric Theatre - 1st full-time movie theater in the United States, opens in Los Angeles, California.
1917 – President Woodrow Wilson asks the U.S. Congress for a declaration of war on Germany (World War I).
1930 – Haile Selassie is proclaimed emperor of Ethiopia.
1945 – Diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union & Brazil are established.
1962 – First official Panda crossing is opened outside Waterloo station, London.
1972 – Actor Charlie Chaplin returns to the United States for the first time after being labelled a communist during the Red Scare (1950s).
1972 – The Easter Offensive begins – North Vietnamese soldiers of the 304th Division take the northern half of Quang Tri Province (Vietnam War).
1973 – Launch of the LexisNexis computerized legal research service.
1975 – Civilian refugees flee from the Quang Ngai Province as North Vietnamese troops advance (Vietnam War).
1975 – Completed construction of the CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
1980 – Crude Oil Windfall Profits Tax Act signed by President Jimmy Carter.
1982 – Falklands War - Argentina invades the Falkland Islands.
1984 – Squadron Leader Rakesh Sharma is launched aboard Soyuz T-11 - becoming the 1st Indian in space.
1989 – Mikhail Gorbachev arrives in Havana, Cuba to meet with Fidel Castro in an attempt to mend strained relations.
1991 – Rita Johnston becomes the 1st female Premier of a Canadian province when she is elected Premier of British Columbia.
1992 – Mafia boss John Gotti is convicted of murder & racketeering in New York.
2004 – Islamist terrorists attempt to bomb the Spanish high-speed train AVE near Madrid is thwarted.
2006 – Multiple (more than 60) tornadoes break out in the US, especially in Tennessee.


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April 1 - Deaths

Calendar Date April 1st:
April 1st - Deaths:
1085 – Emperor Shenzong of China (b. 1048)
1132 – St. Hugues - Bishop of Grenoble (b. 1053)
1204 – Eleanor of Aquitaine - mother of Richard I of England & John of England (b. 1122)
1205 – King Amalric II of Jerusalem (b. 1145)
1528 – Francisco de Peñalosa - Spanish composer
1580 – Alonso Mudarra - Spanish composer
1621 – Cristofano Allori - Italian painter (b. 1577)
1637 – Niwa Nagashige - Japanese warlord (b. 1571)
1682 – Franz Egon of Fürstenberg - Bavarian Catholic archbishop (b. 1625)
1787 – Floyer Sydenham - English classical scholar (b. 1710)
1839 – Benjamin Pierce - American politician (b. 1757)
1865 – Giuditta Pasta - Italian soprano (b. 1797)
1872 – Frederick Maurice - English theologian (b. 1805)
1872 – William Frederick Horry - English convicted murderer (b. 1843)
1878 – John Corry Wilson Daly - Canadian politician (b. 1796)
1890 – David Wilber - American politician (b. 1820)
1890 – Alexander Mozhaysky - Russian aeronautical pioneer (b. 1825)
1914 – Rube Waddell - American baseball player (b. 1876)
1917 – Scott Joplin - American musician & composer (b. 1868)
1922 – Emperor Karl I of Austria (b. 1887)
1930 – Cosima Wagner - daughter of Franz Liszt & widow of Richard Wagner (b. 1837)
1946 – Noah Beery - American actor (b. 1882)
1947 – King George II of Greece (b. 1890)
1950 – Charles R. Drew - American physician (b. 1904)
1965 – Helena Rubinstein - Polish-born American cosmetics manufacturer (b. 1870)
1966 – Flann O'Brien - Irish humorist (b. 1911)
1968 – Lev Davidovich Landau - Russian physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1908)
1976 – Max Ernst - German artist (b. 1891)
1979 – Bruno Coquatrix - French music impresario (b. 1910)
1979 – Barbara Luddy - American actress (b. 1908)
1981 – Eua Sunthornsanan - Thai composer & bandleader (b. 1910)
1984 – Marvin Gaye - American singer (b. 1939)
1985 – Douglass Wallop - American novelist & playwright (b. 1920)
1986 – Erik Bruhn - Danish ballet dancer, choreographer (b. 1928)
1988 – Jim Jordan - American actor (Fibber McGee) (b. 1896)
1991 – Martha Graham - American dancer & choreographer (b. 1894)
1991 – Jaime Guzmán - Chilean politician (b. 1946)
1992 – Michael Havers - British barrister & politician (b. 1923)
1992 – Nigel Preston - English drummer (b. 1959)
1993 – Alan Kulwicki - American race car driver (b. 1954)
1994 – Robert Doisneau - French photographer (b. 1912)
1995 – Lucy Rie - American potter (b. 1902)
1995 – H. Adams Carter - American Alpine Club President, 10th Mountain Division trainer (b. 1914)
1996 – Florence Buchsbaum - French theater director (b. 1926)
1996 – John McSherry - American baseball umpire (b. 1944)
1997 – Norman Carr - British conservationist (b. 1912)
1998 – Gene Evans - American actor (b. 1922)
1998 – Rozz Williams - American musician (Christian Death) (b. 1963)
1999 – Jesse Stone - American record producer (b. 1901)
2000 – Alexander Mackenzie Stuart - Baron Mackenzie-Stuart, Scottish jurist (b. 1924)
2001 – Olivia Barclay - British astrologer (b. 1919)
2001 – Jo-Jo Moore - American baseball player (b. 1908)
2001 – Trinh Cong Son - Vietnamese composer (b. 1939)
2002 – Simo Hayha - Finnish marksman (b. 1905)
2002 – Gavin Pfuhl - South African cricketer (b. 1947)
2003 – Leslie Cheung - Hong Kong actor & singer (b. 1956)
2004 – Aaron Bank - American Office of Strategic Services officer & founder of the US Army Special Forces (b. 1902)
2004 – Carrie Snodgress - American actress (b. 1946)
2004 – Nilo Soruco - Bolivian songwriter (b. 1927)
2005 – Paul Bomani - Tanzanian politician & ambassador (b 1925)
2005 – Alexander Brott - Canadian violinist & composer (b. 1915)
2005 – Harald Juhnke - German entertainer (b. 1929)
2005 – Jack Keller - American songwriter (b. 1936)
2005 – Ioannis Kyrastas - Greek footballer & manager (b. 1952)
2005 – Robert Coldwell Wood - American educator (b. 1923)
2006 – In Tam - Cambodian politician (b. 1916)
2007 – Herb Carneal - American sports broadcaster (b. 1923)
2010 – John Forsythe - American actor (b. 1918)


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April 1 - Births

Calendar Date April 1st:
April 1st - Births:
1220 – Emperor Go-Saga of Japan (d. 1272)
1543 – François de Bonne - duc de Lesdiguières, Constable of France (d. 1626)
1578 – William Harvey - English physician (d. 1657)
1610 – Charles de Saint-Évremond - French soldier (d. 1703)
1640 – Georg Mohr - Danish mathematician (d. 1697)
1647 – John Wilmot - 2nd Earl of Rochester, English poet (d. 1680)
1697 – Antoine François Prévost - French author & novelist (d. 1763)
1753 – Joseph de Maistre - French diplomat & writer (d. 1821)
1765 – Luigi Schiavonetti - Italian engraver (d. 1810)
1776 – Sophie Germain - French mathematician (d. 1831)
1809 – Nikolai Gogol - Ukrainian-born Russian writer (d. 1852)
1815 – Otto von Bismarck - 1st Chancellor of Germany (d. 1898)
1815 – Edward Clark - Governor of Texas (d. 1880)
1834 – Big Jim Fisk - American entrepreneur (d. 1872)
1854 – Bill Traylor - American artist (d. 1949)
1856 – Acacio Gabriel Viegas - Indian physician (d. 1933)
1865 – Richard Adolf Zsigmondy - Austrian-born chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1929)
1866 – Ferruccio Busoni - Italian pianist & composer (d. 1924)
1868 – Edmond Rostand - French dramatist (d. 1918)
1873 – Sergei Rachmaninoff - Russian composer, pianist, & conductor (d. 1943)
1874 – Ernest William Barnes - English mathematician & theologian (d. 1953)
1875 – Edgar Wallace - English writer (d. 1932)
1880 – Agha Petros - Assyrian general (d. 1932)
1882 – Paul Anspach - Belgian Olympic champion fencer (d. 1991)
1883 – Lon Chaney, Sr. - American actor (d. 1930)
1884 – Laurette Taylor - American stage actress (d. 1946)
1885 – Wallace Beery - American actor (d. 1949)
1889 – Keshava Baliram Hedgewar - Indian patriot & founder of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (d. June 21, 1940)
1893 – Cicely Courtneidge - English actress & comedian (d. 1980)
1895 – Alberta Hunter - American singer (d. 1984)
1897 – Nita Naldi - American actress (d. 1961)
1898 – William James Sidis - American genius (d. 1944)
1899 – Gustavs Celmins - Latvian politician (d. 1968)
1901 – Whittaker Chambers - American writer, editor, & defector (d. 1961)
1902 – Maria Polydouri - Greek poet (d. 1930)
1906 – Aleksandr Yakovlev - Russian engineer & aeroplane designer (d. 1989)
1908 – Abraham Maslow - American psychologist (d. 1970)
1909 – Eddy Duchin - American popular pianist & bandleader (d. 1951)
1911 – Fauja Singh - Indian athlete.
1914 – Lor Tok - Thai comedian & actor (d. 2002)
1915 – Otto Wilhelm Fischer - Austrian actor (d. 2004)
1917 – Melville Shavelson - American film director, producer & screenwriter (d. 2007)
1919 – Joseph Murray - American surgeon, Nobel laureate
1920 – Toshirō Mifune - Japanese actor (d. 1997)
1921 – Ken Reardon - Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2008)
1922 – William Manchester - American historian (d. 2004)
1924 – Brendan Byrne - Governor of New Jersey
1924 – Miodrag Petrović - Serbian actor (d. 2003)
1926 – Charles Bressler - American tenor
1926 – Anne McCaffrey - American author
1927 – Peter Cundall - Australian horticulturist & television presenter
1927 – Amos Milburn - American pianist (d. 1980)
1928 – George Grizzard - American actor (d. 2007)
1929 – Milan Kundera - Czech-born writer
1929 – Payut Ngaokrachang - Thai animator
1929 – Jane Powell - American dancer, actress - & singer
1929 – Bo Schembechler - American football coach (d. 2006)
1930 – Grace Lee Whitney - American actress
1931 – Rolf Hochhuth - German writer
1931 – Ita Ever - Estonian actress
1932 – Gordon Jump - American actor (d. 2003)
1932 – Debbie Reynolds - American actress
1933 – Claude Cohen-Tannoudji - French physicist, Nobel laureate
1933 – Dan Flavin - American artist (d. 1996)
1934 – Don Hastings - American actor
1934 – Rod Kanehl - American baseball player (d. 2004)
1934 – Vladimir Posner - Russian journalist
1935 – Larry McDonald - American politician (d. 1983)
1936 – Jean-Pascal Delamuraz - Swiss politician, president of the Confederation in 1989 & 1996 (d. 1998)
1938 – Ali MacGraw - American actress
1938 – John Quade - American actor (d. 2009)
1939 – Phil Niekro - American baseball player
1939 – Rudolph Isley - American singer
1940 – Wangari Maathai - Kenyan environmentalist, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize
1942 – Samuel R. Delany - American author
1942 – Annie Nightingale - British disc jockey
1944 – Rusty Staub - American baseball player
1945 – John Barbata - American drummer
1946 – Nikitas Kaklamanis - Greek politician, Mayor of Athens
1946 – Ronnie Lane - English musician (d. 1997)
1946 – Arrigo Sacchi - Italian football coach
1947 – Alain Connes - French mathematician
1947 – Robin Scott - English singer
1947 – Norm Van Lier - American basketball player (d. 2009)
1948 – Jimmy Cliff - Jamaican musician
1949 – Gérard Mestrallet - French businessman
1949 – Sammy Nelson - Northern Irish footballer
1949 – Gil Scott-Heron - American musician & composer
1950 – Samuel Alito - U.S. Supreme Court Justice
1951 – John Philip Abizaid - U.S. Army General, former CENTCOM commander
1952 – Annette O'Toole - American actress
1952 – Bernard Stiegler - French philosopher
1953 – Barry Sonnenfeld - producer & director
1954 – Jeff Porcaro - American drummer (d. 1992)
1955 – Humayun Akhtar Khan - Pakistani statesman
1955 – Terry Nichols - American mass murderer
1957 – David Gower - English cricketer
1957 – Denise Nickerson - American actress
1958 – D. Boon - American musician (d. 1985)
1960 – Michael Praed - British actor
1961 – Susan Boyle - Scottish singer & Britain's Got Talent contestant
1962 – Dave Ulliott - English poker player
1962 – Samboy Lim - Filipino basketball player
1964 – Erik Breukink - Dutch cyclist & manager
1964 – Kevin Duckworth - American basketball player (d. 2008)
1964 – Scott Stevens - Canadian ice hockey player
1965 – Tomas Alfredson - Swedish film director
1965 – Mark Jackson - American basketball player
1965 – Robert Steadman - English composer
1966 – Chris Evans - English disc jockey
1967 – Phil Demmel - American musician
1968 – Andreas Schnaas - German horror film director
1968 – Traci Lind - American actress
1968 – Julia Boutros - Lebanese singer
1969 – Fadl Shaker - Lebanese singer
1969 – Dean Windass - English football player
1970 – Sung Hi Lee - Korean-born model
1971 – Method Man - American rapper
1971 – Jessica Collins - American actress
1971 – Lachy Hulme - Australian actor & screenwriter
1971 – Shinji Nakano - Japanese race car driver
1972 – Allen & Albert Hughes - American film directors
1972 – Darren McCarty - Canadian ice hockey player
1972 – Jesse Tobias - American musician
1973 – Christian Finnegan - American comedian
1973 – Stephen Fleming - New Zealand cricketer
1973 – Rachel Maddow - American radio personality & political analyst
1973 – Joe Francis - American adult video producer
1974 – Richard Christy - American drummer
1974 – Beatriz Batarda - Portuguese actress
1974 – Hugo Benjamín Ibarra - Argentine footballer
1974 – Sandra Völker - German swimmer
1974 – China Chow - British actress
1975 – George Bastl - Swiss tennis player
1975 – John Butler - Australian singer & musician
1976 – David Oyelowo - English-Nigerian actor
1976 – Clarence Seedorf - Dutch footballer
1977 – Haimar Zubeldia - Spanish cyclist
1977 – Jon Gosselin - TV personality, known for Jon & Kate+8
1978 – Antonio de Nigris - Mexican footballer (d. 2009)
1978 – Jean-Pierre Dumont - Canadian ice hockey player
1978 – Anamaria Marinca - Romanian actress
1978 – Etan Thomas - American basketball player
1978 – Miroslava Vavrinec - Swiss tennis player
1979 – Ivano Balić - Croatian handballer
1980 – Randy Orton - American professional wrestler
1980 – Bijou Phillips - American actress
1980 – Yūko Takeuchi - Japanese actress
1981 – Asli Bayram - Turkish German model & actress
1981 – Antonis Fotsis - Greek basketball player
1981 – Hannah Spearritt - British singer, actor & member of S Club
1981 – Aimee Chan - Miss Hong Kong 2006
1981 – Bjoern Einar Romoeren - Norwegian skijumper
1982 – Sam Huntington - American actor
1982 – Taran Killam - American comedian & actor
1983 – Lance Hohaia - New Zealand rugby league player
1983 – Matt Lanter - American actor & model
1983 – Ólafur Ingi Skúlason - Icelandic footballer
1983 – Sean Taylor - American football player (d. 2007)
1983 – Sergey Lazarev - Russian singer
1984 – Gilberto Macena - Brazilian footballer
1985 – Daniel Murphy - American baseball player
1985 – Josh Zuckerman - American actor
1986 – Shunichi Miyamoto - Japanese musician
1986 – Ireen Wüst - Dutch speed skater
1987 – Ding Junhui - Chinese snooker player
1987 – Li Ting - Chinese diver
1988 – Courtney McCool - American gymnast
1988 – Brook Lopez - American basketball player
1988 – Robin Lopez - American basketball player
1989 – Jan Blokhuijsen - Dutch speed skater
1989 – David N'Gog - French footballer
1989 – Vietoris Krisztián - German racing driver
1993 – Keito Okamoto - Japanese singer
1997 – Asa Butterfield - English actor


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April 1 - General (Calendar Date)

April 1st - Basic Facts:
  • April 1 is the 91st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.
  • There are 274 days remaining until the end of the year (275 in leap years).
  • The preceding day is March 31.
  • Next day is April 2.
April 1st Births (Here)

April 1st Deaths (Here)

April 1 Events:

527 – Byzantine Emperor Justin I names his nephew Justinian I as co-ruler & successor to the throne.
1293 – Robert Winchelsey leaves England for Rome => consecrated as Archbishop of Canterbury.
1318 – Scottish capture Berwick-upon-Tweed from the English.
1340 – Niels Ebbesen kills Gerhard III of Holstein in his bedroom - the murder ends the 1332-1340 interregnum in Denmark.
1572 – The Watergeuzen capture Brielle from the Spaniards, gaining the first foothold on land for what would become the Dutch Republic (Eighty Years' War).
1789 – United States House of Representatives, in New York City, holds its 1st quorum & elects Frederick Muhlenberg of Pennsylvania as its first House Speaker.
1826 – The internal combustion engine is patented by Samuel Morey.
1854 – Hard Times begins serialisation in Charles Dickens' magazine, Household Words.
1865 – Battle of Five Forks – In Siege of Petersburg, Confederate General Robert E. Lee begins his final offensive (American Civil War).
1867 – Singapore becomes a British crown colony.
1873 – The British steamer RMS Atlantic sinks off Nova Scotia.
1887 – Establishment of the Mumbai Fire Brigade.
1891 – Wrigley Company is founded in Chicago, Illinois.
1893 – Chief Petty Officer rank in the United States Navy is established.
1908 – The Territorial Force is formed as a volunteer reserve component of the British Army (renamed Territorial Army in 1920).
1918 – Royal Air Force is created by the merger of the Royal Flying Corps & the Royal Naval Air Service.
1924 – Adolf Hitler is sentenced to 5 years in jail for his participation in the "Beer Hall Putsch"; though spends only 9 months in jail, where he writes Mein Kampf.
1924 – The Royal Canadian Air Force is formed.
1933 – Nazis under Julius Streicher organize a one-day boycott of all Jewish-owned businesses in Germany.
1936 – Orissa (formerly known as Kalinga or Utkal) becomes a state in India.
1937 – Aden becomes a British crown colony.
1939 – Generalísimo Francisco Franco announces the end of the Spanish Civil War.
1941 – The Blockade Runner Badge for the German navy is instituted.
1944 – Accidental American bombing of the Swiss city of Schaffhausen - d.t. navigation errors.
1945 – Operation Iceberg – United States troops land on Okinawa in the last campaign of the war (World War II).
1946 – Aleutian Island earthquake - a 7.8 magnitude earthquake near the Aleutian Islands creates a tsunami which hits the Hawaiian Islands..
1946 – Formation of the Malayan Union.
1948 – Berlin Airlift – Military forces, directed by the Soviet-controlled government in East Germany, set-up a land blockade of West Berlin (Cold War).
1948 – Faroe Islands receive autonomy from Denmark.
1949 – The Communist Party of China holds unsuccessful peace talks with the Kuomintang in Beijing (Chinese Civil War).
1949 – The Canadian government repeals Japanese Canadian internment after 7 years.
1949 – Republic of Ireland formed from the 26 counties of the Irish Free State.
1954 – President Dwight D. Eisenhower authorizes the creation in Colorado of the United States Air Force Academy.
1955 – The EOKA rebellion against The British Empire begins in Cyprus.
1957 – The BBC broadcasts the spaghetti tree hoax on Panorama programme.
1967 – The United States Department of Transportation begins work.
1969 – Hawker Siddeley Harrier enters Royal Air Force service.
1970 – President Richard Nixon signs the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act into law.
1973 – Project Tiger is launched in the Corbett National Park, India.
1974 – United Kingdom - Metropolitan & non-metropolitan counties come into being.
1976 – Apple Inc. is formed by Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak.
1976 – The Jovian-Plutonian gravitational effect hoax is 1st reported by British astronomer Patrick Moore.
1978 – The Philippine College of Commerce becomes the Polytechnic University of the Philippines.
1979 – Iran becomes an Islamic Republic by a 98% vote leading to the overthrow of the Shah.
1981 – Daylight saving time is introduced in the USSR.
1989 – Margaret Thatcher's new local government tax, the Community Charge ("poll tax"), is introduced in Scotland.
1992 – Bosnian war starts.
1996 – The Halifax Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia is created.
1997 – Comet Hale-Bopp is seen passing over perihelion.
1999 – Nunavut is established as a Canadian territory.
2001 – Former President of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Milošević surrenders to police special forces - he is subsequently tried on war crimes charges.
2001 – Same-sex marriage becomes legal in the Netherlands.
2002 – The Netherlands legalizes euthanasia.
2004 – Google introduces its Gmail product to the public.
2006 – The Serious Organised Crime Agency is created in the United Kingdom.
2009 – Croatia & Albania join NATO


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Witchcraft Act of 1736 (Transcript)


Transcript of the Witchcraft Act of 1736:

"An Act to repeal the Statute made in the First Year of the Reign of King James the First, intituled, An Act against Conjuration, Witchcraft, and dealing with evil and wicked Spirits, except so much thereof as repeals an Act of the Fifth Year of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, Against Conjurations, Inchantments, and Witchcrafts, and to repeal an Act passed in the Parliament of Scotland in the Ninth Parliament of Queen Mary, intituled, Anentis Witchcrafts, and for punishing such Persons as pretend to exercise or use any kind of Witchcraft, Sorcery, Inchantment, or Conjuration.

Be it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That the Statute made in the First Year of the Reign of King James the First, intituled, An Act against Conjuration, Witchcraft, and dealing with evil and wicked Spirits, shall, from the Twenty-fourth Day of June next, be repealed and utterly void, and of none effect (except so much thereof as repeals the Statute made in the Fifth Year of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth) intituled, An Act against Conjurations, Inchantments, and Witchcrafts.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That from and after the said Twenty-fourth Day of June, the Act passed in the Parliament of Scotland, in the Ninth Parliament of Queen Mary, intituled, Anentis Witchcrafts, shall be, and is hereby repealed.

And be it further enacted, That from and after the said Twenty-fourth Day of June, no Prosecution, Suit, or Proceeding, shall be commenced or carried on against any Person or Persons for Witchcraft, Sorcery, Inchantment, or Conjuration, or for charging another with any such Offence, in any Court whatsoever in Great Britain.

And for the more effectual preventing and punishing of any Pretences to such Arts or Powers as are before mentioned, whereby ignorant Persons are frequently deluded and defrauded; be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That if any Person shall, from and after the said Twenty-fourth Day of June, pretend to exercise or use any kind of Witchcraft, Sorcery, Inchantment, or Conjuration, or undertake to tell Fortunes, or pretend, from his or her Skill or Knowledge in any occult or crafty Science, to discover where or in what manner any Goods or Chattels, supposed to have been stolen or lost, may be found, every Person, so offending, being thereof lawfully convicted on Indictment or Information in that part of Great Britain called England, or on Indictment or Libel in that part of Great Britain called Scotland, shall, for every such Offence, suffer Imprisonment by the Space of one whole Year without Bail or Mainprize, and once in every Quarter of the said Year, in some Market Town of the proper County, upon the Market Day, there stand openly on the Pillory by the Space of One Hour, and also shall (if the Court by which such Judgement shall be given shall think fit) be obliged to give Sureties for his or her good Behaviour, in such Sum, and for such Time, as the said Court shall judge proper according to the Circumstances of the Offence, and in such case shall be further imprisoned until such Sureties be given."

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Trinity Mirror Plc (Newspaper Publishing)

Trinity Mirror Plc Basic Facts:
  • Trinity Mirror plc is one of the UK's largest newspaper publishers.
  • The Group employs over 6,500 people.
  • Has 8 printing sites.
  • With the completion of the GMG Regional Media acquisition (28 March 2010) there will be a further 30 newspapers & more websites (>40).
Components of Trinity Mirror Plc:
  • 5 National newspapers
  • Greater than 120 Regional newspapers
  • Over 400 digital products.
  • Comprises a National Division (2 businesses) & a Regionals Division.
Nationals Division:
2 businesses:
  • UK Nationals
  • Scottish Nationals
UK Nationals:
  • Daily Mirror
  • Sunday Mirror
  • The People
Scottish Nationals:
  • Daily Record
  • Sunday Mail
Current Weekly Print Portfolio Reach:
  • 70% in the Midlands
  • 69% in the North East
  • 65% in the North West & Wales
  • 64% in Scotland
  • 47% in North Surrey, West London and Bucks
Trinity Mirror plc Registered office:
One Canada Square
Canary Wharf
London E14 5AP


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Time Magazine 2010 Poll Candidates

The 2010 TIME 100 Poll Candidates (Shortlist of 200):

  1. Lady Gaga
  2. Kim Yu-Na
  3. Jeff Bridges
  4. Hillary Clinton
  5. Nicolas Sarkozy
  6. James Cameron
  7. Muammar Gaddafi
  8. Sandra Bullock
  9. Sarah Palin
  10. Lindsey Vonn
  11. Nancy Pelosi
  12. Han Han
  13. Paul Volcker
  14. Michelle Obama
  15. Scott Brown
  16. Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi
  17. Roger Ailes
  18. Dave Eggers
  19. Beyoncé
  20. Conan O'Brien
  21. David Chang
  22. Dan Coudreaut
  23. Catherine Ashton
  24. Arne Duncan
  25. Neil Patrick Harris
  26. Barack Obama
  27. T-Bone Burnett
  28. Mo'Nique
  29. Tiger Woods
  30. Kathryn Bigelow
  31. Oprah Winfrey
  32. Taylor Swift
  33. Rahm Emanuel
  34. Alec Baldwin
  35. Stephen Colbert
  36. Ellen DeGeneres
  37. Jay Leno
  38. The Lost Creators
  39. Seth MacFarlane
  40. Jon Stewart
  41. Matthew Weiner
  42. Dennis Crowley
  43. The Penny Arcade Co-Creators
  44. Peter Molyneux
  45. Bill Clinton
  46. Neil Gaiman
  47. Marissa Mayer
  48. Rain
  49. Pete Cashmore
  50. Manmohan Singh
  51. Sheik Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahayan
  52. Apolo Ohno
  53. Michael Lewis
  54. Grant Achatz
  55. Billy Graham
  56. David Boies and Theodore Olson
  57. Banksy
  58. Susan Boyle
  59. Simon Cowell
  60. Cheryl Cole
  61. Vivienne Westwood
  62. Ferran Adrià
  63. Manny Pacquiao
  64. Meghan McCain
  65. Timothy Geithner
  66. Stanley McChrystal
  67. Annise Parker
  68. Glenn Beck
  69. Joe Lieberman
  70. Bode Miller
  71. Olympia Snowe
  72. Eric Cantor
  73. Mike Mullen
  74. Ron Paul
  75. Rahul Singh
  76. Paul Farmer
  77. Mitt Romney
  78. Atul Gawande
  79. Betty White
  80. Jane Lynch
  81. Jimmy Fallon
  82. Lea Michele
  83. Jeff Zucker
  84. Bristol Palin
  85. Emma Watson
  86. Greg Mortenson
  87. Meryl Streep
  88. Drew Brees
  89. Roger Federer
  90. Adam Lambert
  91. John Madden
  92. Kaká
  93. Elizabeth Warren
  94. Harvey Weinstein
  95. Kanye West
  96. Dana White
  97. Tim White
  98. Kristen Wiig
  99. Marc Jacobs
  100. Johanna Sigurdardottir
  101. Shah Rukh Khan
  102. Tim Westergren
  103. Elizabeth Gilbert
  104. Temple Grandin
  105. Gabourey Sidibe
  106. Drew Pinsky
  107. Prince
  108. Rachael Ray
  109. Jason Reitman
  110. Clint Eastwood
  111. Kim Clijsters
  112. Rupert Murdoch
  113. Rachel Maddow
  114. Ricky Gervais
  115. Jerry Seinfeld
  116. Yukio Hatoyama
  117. Robert Pattinson
  118. Amy Poehler
  119. Arnold Schwarzenegger
  120. Carlos Slim Helú
  121. Sonia Sotomayor
  122. Anna Wintour
  123. Mehmet Oz
  124. Warren Buffett
  125. Mark Carney
  126. Bill and Melinda Gates
  127. Michael Sherraden
  128. Steve Jobs
  129. J.T. Wang
  130. Dominique Strauss-Kahn
  131. Lawrence Summers
  132. Kathleen Merrigan
  133. Lisa Jackson
  134. Michael Pollan
  135. Christine Lagarde
  136. Angela Merkel
  137. Tidjane Thiam
  138. Bo Xilai
  139. Wang Qishan
  140. Liu Xiaobo
  141. Danica Patrick
  142. Robin Li
  143. Lee Kuan Yew
  144. Preity Zinta
  145. Shirin Ebadi
  146. Serena Williams
  147. Jimmy Kimmel
  148. Zahra Rahnavard
  149. Jean-Max Bellerive
  150. Hugo Chávez
  151. Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
  152. Samuel Alito, Jr.
  153. Cory Booker
  154. Ben Bernanke
  155. Andrew Breitbart
  156. Evan Bayh
  157. Peter Orszag
  158. Akio Toyoda
  159. Lloyd Blankfein
  160. Chetan Bhagat
  161. Suzanne Collins
  162. Andy Samberg
  163. Elton John
  164. Jaron Lanier
  165. Patti Smith
  166. Ben Stiller
  167. Zaha Hadid
  168. Chelsea Handler
  169. Tim Gunn
  170. Renzo Piano
  171. Ashton Kutcher
  172. Joannie Rochette
  173. Jasper Schuringa
  174. J.J. Abrams
  175. Judd Apatow
  176. Neill Blomkamp
  177. Alex Rodriguez
  178. Bradley Cooper
  179. Sachin Tendulkar
  180. George Clooney
  181. Zach Galifianakis
  182. Diane Nelson
  183. Zoe Saldana
  184. Quentin Tarantino
  185. Richard Goldstone
  186. Recep Tayyip Erdogan
  187. Mary Karr
  188. Salam Fayyad
  189. Benjamin Netanyahu
  190. Mir-Hossein Mousavi
  191. Anwar al-Awlaki
  192. Cristiano Ronaldo
  193. Didier Drogba
  194. Thierry Henry
  195. Joseph (Sepp) Blatter
  196. Tomoaki Kato
  197. Edna Foa
  198. Jenny McCarthy
  199. Elon Musk
  200. Saad Hariri
Voting Here


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Carey Mulligan (English Actress) b. 1985


Carey Mulligan Demographics:
  • Born - 28 May 1985.
  • Occupation - English Actress
  • Nationality - English
  • Father - Stephen (from Liverpool, UK).
  • Mother - Nano (née Booth), college lecturer, from Llandeilo (West Wales, UK).
  • Brother - older brother - Owain.
Carey Mulligan Basic Facts:
  • A-list celebrity.
  • Oscar nominated star.
  • Taking a brief break from acting.
  • Has a striking resemblance to Twiggy (1960s model).
  • New love interest is 23-year old Shia LeBeouf.
Carey Mulligan Acting Career:
  • Acting debut as Kitty Bennet in Pride & Prejudice (2005).
  • Television role in the BBC Charles Dickens adaptation Bleak House (2005).
  • Television role in The Amazing Mrs Pritchard (2006).
  • Broadway debut in The Seagull (2007).
  • Lead role of Jenny in An Education (2009) - BAFTA Award
  • Recently finished filming of the movie - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010).

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Cal Neva Club and Casino (Lake Tahoo)


Cal Neva Background Facts:
  • Once one of the coolest casinos in Nevada during the 1960s.
  • Was owned by Frank Sinatra from 1960 to 1963.
  • Frequented by Frank Sinatra & his Rat Pack pals.
  • Underneath the resort there were tunnels to Cal Neva which enabled mobsters & celebrities to attend the club without being seen by ordinary guests.
  • The picture opposite shows the showroom built by Frank Sinatra, where he and pals would often perform.
Closure of Cal Neva:
  • Recently has been seen as one of the older tired casinos.
  • Has closed now because it was not able to compete with the nearby Las Vegas Strip & Indian reservations.
Famous Cal Neva Patrons:
  • Dean Martin
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Joe DiMaggio
  • Marilyn Monroe - spent last weekend here, before her death in 1962.
  • Peter Lawford
  • Rat Packers
  • Sammy Davis Jr
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Cal Neva - Casino - Club - Dean Martin - Frank Sinatra - Joe DiMaggio - Lake Tahoo - Las Vegas - Marilym Monroe - Nevada - Peter Lawford - Rat Packers - Sammy Davis Jr


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