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-- b.7/16/1704 d.??/??/1764 or ??/??/1780Inventor, EnglishMisc: machinist; Power Loom
King Alexander I Of Russia
-- b.12/12/1777 O.S. or 12/23/1777 N.S. d.11/19/1825 O.S. (47) or 12/1/1825 N.S. (47)KingMisc: emperor
King Charles I Of Great Britian
-- b.11/19/1600 J-LD d.1/30/1648 J-LD (48) or 1/30/1649 Ju-1 (48) or 2/9/1649 N.S. (48)King, EnglishMisc: ruled 1625-49; during his time, England used the Lady Day version of Julian calendar where the year number change day is March 25
King James II Of Great Britian
-- b.10/14/1633 J-LD d.9/6/1701 J-LD (67) or 9/17/1701 N.S. (67)KingNames/Places: Brother of Charles IIMisc: also King James VII of Scotland; reigned 1685-88
King William III Of Great Britian
-- b.11/4/1650 J-LD or 11/14/1650 N.S. d.3/8/1701 J-LD (51) or 3/8/1702 Ju-1 (51) or 3/19/1702 N.S. (51)King, Dutch (Netherlands)Misc: rules from 1689-1702; during William's life, there were two calendars in use in Europe: the Julian-Lady Day (one of the Old Styles) Julian calendar in Britain and parts of Northern and Eastern Europe, and the Gregorian (New Style) calendar in many other countries, including William's birthplace in the Netherlands. At the time of William's birth in the 17th century, Gregorian dates were ten days ahead of Julian dates: thus William was born on November 14, 1650 by Gregorian reckoning, but translated to November 4, 1650 on the Julian-Lady Day calendar. At William's death, Gregorian dates were eleven days ahead of Julian dates. He died on March 19, 1702 by the Gregorian calendar, but translated to March 8, 1702 on the Julian-1 calendar; in England, however, the New Year Day fell on March 25, so by English reckoning of the time, William died on March 8, 1701. Confusing, isn't it?
-- b.1/26/1910 d.7/19/1993 (83) or 7/31/1993 (83)Movie Producer, Czech
-- b.5/3/1761 N.S. or 4/22/1761 Ju-1 d.3/11/1819 Ju-1 (57) or 3/23/1819 N.S. (57)Novelist, Dramatist, GermanMisc: historical
-- b.9/5/1745 Ju-1 or 9/16/1745 N.S. d.4/16/1813 Ju-1 (67) or 4/28/1813 N.S. (67)General, Prince, Russian
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