What Happened in 1865

Historical Events

Events 1 - 100 of 179

  • Jan 1 -Apr 26th] Carolinas' campaign
  • Jan 3 Con Orem & Hugh O'Neill box 193 rounds before darkness ends match
  • Jan 4 The New York Stock Exchange opens its first permanent headquarters at 10-12 Broad near Wall Street in New York City.
  • Jan 11 Battle of Beverly, West Virginia, Confederate forces attack Union post
  • Jan 12 -13] Union fleet bombs Fort Fisher NC
  • Jan 13 -Jan 15th] BBT & CPT Ft Fisher, NC
  • Jan 15 Ft Fisher, NC, falls to Union troops
  • Jan 16 Drunken sailor attacks munitions at Ft Fisher NC, 40 die
  • Jan 16 Gen Wm Sherman issues Field Order #15 (land for blacks)
  • Jan 16 SF Dramatic Chronicle started
  • Jan 18 Battle of Ft Moultrie, SC
  • Jan 19 NV Suriname Bank established
  • Jan 19 Union occupies Fort Anderson, NC
  • Jan 23 -Jan 25th) Battle of City Point, VA (James River, Trent's Reach)
  • Jan 25 CSS Shenandoah arrives in Melbourne, Australia

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Jan 28 Confederate President Jefferson Davis names 3 peace commissioners

President of the Confederate States of America Jefferson Davis
President of the Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
  • Jan 31 Congress passes 13th Amendment, abolishing slavery in America (121-24)

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Jan 31 General Robert E. Lee named Commander-in-Chief of Confederate Armies during US Civil War

Confederate General Robert E. Lee
Confederate General
Robert E. Lee
  • Feb 1 13th amendment approved (National Freedom Day)

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Feb 1 General Sherman's march through South Carolina begins

  • Feb 1 JS Rock, 1st black lawyer to practice in US Supreme Court, admitted to bar
  • Feb 3 Hampton Roads Peace Conference, Lincoln & Stephens reach an impasse
  • Feb 4 Hawaiian Board of Education formed
  • Feb 4 Robert E. Lee is named general-in-chief of Confederate forces
  • Feb 5 Battle of Hatcher's Run, VA (Armstrong's Mill, Dabney's Mill)
  • Feb 6 2nd day of battle at Dabney's Mills (Hatcher's Run)
  • Feb 8 1st black major in US Army appointed during US Civil war - Martin Robison Delany
  • Feb 12 Henry Highland Garnet is 1st black to speak in US House of Reps
  • Feb 17 -18] Battle of Charleston SC
  • Feb 17 Columbia, South Carolina burns down during American Civil War
  • Feb 18 Battle of Fort Moultrie, SC occupied by Federals
  • Feb 18 Evacuation of Charleston, SC
  • Feb 18 Union troops force Confederates to abandon Ft Anderson, NC
  • Feb 20 Massachusetts Institute of Technology forms 1st US collegiate architectural school
  • Feb 22 Battle of Wilmington, NC (Fort Anderson) occupied by Federals
  • Feb 22 Tennessee adopts a new constitution abolishing slavery
  • Feb 27 Civil War skirmish near Sturgeon, Missouri
  • Mar 2 British newspaper "Morning Chronicle" begins publishing
  • Mar 2 Freedman's Bureau founded for Black Education, 1865
  • Mar 2 Conferate General Early's army is defeated at the battle of Waynesboro VA during American Civil War
  • Mar 2 Second Taranaki War: The Volkner Incident in New Zealand.

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Mar 3 US Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, & Abandoned Lands established by Abraham Lincoln to help destitute free blacks

US President Abraham Lincoln
US President
Abraham Lincoln
  • Mar 3 Opening of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, the founding member of the HSBC Group.
  • Mar 4 Confederate congress approves final design of "official flag"
  • Mar 4 Abraham Lincoln inaugurated for his 2nd term as US president
  • Mar 6 Battle of Natural Bridge, Florida
  • Mar 6 President Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Ball
  • Mar 7 -10] Battles round Kinston NC
  • Mar 8 Battle of Kingston, NC (Wilcox's ridge, Wise's Forks)
  • Mar 8 27th Grand National: Capt. Henry Coventry aboard Alcibiade FRA wins
  • Mar 10 Battle of Monroe's Crossroads, NC
  • Mar 11 General William T. Sherman's Union forces occupies Fayetteville, NC
  • Mar 13 US Civil war: Confederate President Jefferson Davis signs bill authorizing use of slaves as soldiers
  • Mar 13 US Confederate Congress calls on black slaves for field service
  • Mar 16 Battle of Averasboro NC (1,500 casualities)
  • Mar 18 Battle of Wilson's raid to Selma, AL
  • Mar 18 Congress of Confederate States of American adjourns for last time
  • Mar 19 Battle of Bentonville-Confederates retreat from Greenville NC
  • Mar 20 2nd day of Battle of Bentonville NC
  • Mar 20 Michigan authorizes workers' cooperatives
  • Mar 21 Battle of Bentonville ends, last Confederate effort to stop Sherman
  • Mar 22 Raid at Wilson's: Chickaswas AL to Macon GA
  • Mar 23 General Sherman/Cox' troops reach Goldsboro NC
  • Mar 25 Battle of Bluff Spring, FL
  • Mar 25 Battle of Fort Stedman, VA - in front of Petersburg
  • Mar 25 Battle of Mobile, AL (Spanish Fort, Fort Morgan, Fort Blakely)
  • Mar 25 SS General Lyon at Cape Hatteras catches fire & sinks, killing 400
  • Mar 27 Siege of Spanish Fort, AL-captured by Federals
  • Mar 29 -Apr 9th], Appomattox campaign, VA, 7582 killed
  • Mar 29 Battle of Quaker Road, VA
  • Mar 30 -4] Battle at 5 Forks Virginia
  • Mar 31 Battle of Boydton, VA (White Oaks Roads, Dinwiddie C H)
  • Mar 31 Gen Pickette moves to 5 Forks, abandoning the defense of Peterburg
  • Apr 1 -9] Battle at Blakely Alabama
  • Apr 1 Battle of 5 Forks Virginia, signalling end of Lee's army
  • Apr 2 Battle of Petersburg, VA (Ft Gregg, Sutherland's Station)
  • Apr 2 US Civil War: Confederate President Jefferson Davis flees Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia
  • Apr 2 Battle of Ft Blakely AL & Selma AL
  • Apr 3 Battle at Namozine Church, Virginia (Appomattox Campaign)
  • Apr 3 Union forces occupy Confederate capital of Richmond & Petersberg, Virginia
  • Apr 4 Lee's army arrives at Amelia Courthouse
  • Apr 5 Battle at Amelia Springs/Jetersville Va (Appomattox Campaign)
  • Apr 6 Battle of Sayler's Creek during US Civil War, 1/4rd of Lee's army cut off
  • Apr 6 Skirmish at High Bridge VA (Appomattox) during US Civil war;
  • Apr 7 Battle of Farmville VA
  • Apr 9 US Civil War: Confederate General Robert E. Lee and 26,765 troops surrender at Appomattox Court House to US Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant
  • Apr 10 At Appomattox, General Robert E. Lee issues Gen Order #9, his last
  • Apr 11 Battle of Mobile, AL - evacuated by Confederates
  • Apr 11 Abraham Lincoln urges a spirit of generous conciliation during reconstruction
  • Apr 13 Raleigh, North Carolina captured by Union forces
  • Apr 14 Mobile, Alabama is captured
  • Apr 14 U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward and his family are attacked in his home by Lewis Powell.
  • Apr 14 US President Abraham Lincoln is shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theater in Washington

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Apr 15 Otto Von Bismarck elevated to rank of Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen

German Statesman Otto Von Bismarck
German Statesman
Otto Von Bismarck
  • Apr 15 Abraham Lincoln dies 9 hours after he is shot attending the play "Our American Cousin" at Ford's Theatre in Washington
  • Apr 16 Battle of Columbus & West Point, GA (Ft Tyler)
  • Apr 17 Mary Surratt is arrested as a conspirator in Lincoln's assassination
  • Apr 18 Confederate Gen Johnson surrendered to General William T. Sherman in North Carolina
  • Apr 20 Chicago's Crosby Opera House opens
  • Apr 21 Abraham Lincoln's funeral train leaves Washington

Famous Birthdays

Birthdays 1 - 100 of 156

  • Jan 1 Giuseppe Ferrata, composer
  • Jan 3 Henry Lytton, British actor and opera singer (d. 1936)
  • Jan 5 Julio Garavito Armero, Colombian astronomer (d. 1920)
  • Jan 10 Mary Ingalls, sister of Laura Ingalls Wilder (d. 1928)
  • Jan 13 Princess Marie of Orléans (d. 1908)
  • Jan 17 Gen Sir Charles Fergusson, Governor-General of New Zealand (d. 1951)
  • Jan 20 Friedrich A H von Waldeck, brother of queen Emma/last ruler of Waldeck
  • Jan 22 Friedrich Paschen, German physicist
  • Jan 23 Benjamin Delmonte, theater director/actor (Black Haired Whore)
  • Jan 28 Lala Lajpat Rai, Indian freedom fighter (d. 1928)
  • Jan 28 Kaarlo Juho Ståhlberg, first president of Finland (d. 1952)
  • Jan 30 Samuel Pl'h Naber, Dutch rear-admiral/librarian
  • Jan 31 Henri Desgrange, Founder of the Tour-de-France (d. 1940)
  • Jan 31 Shastriji Maharaj, Indian spiritual leader (d. 1951)
  • Feb 3 Martinus Ballings, Flemish jesuit/author (Will Power)
  • Feb 4 Charles Bally, Swiss linguist (Le langage et la vie)
  • Feb 5 Harvey Worthington Loomis, composer
  • Feb 9 Erich von Drygalski, Germany, geographer/glaciologist/Antarctic expl
  • Feb 9 Mrs [Beatrice] Patrick Campbell, England, actress (Pygmalion)
  • Feb 12 Kazimierz P Tetmajer, Polish writer/poet (Young Poland)
  • Feb 19 Adrian van Oordt, Dutch writer (neo-romantic)
  • Feb 19 Sven Hedin, Sweden, scientist/explorer (Tibet)
  • Feb 21 John Haden Badley, English school founder (d. 1967)
  • Feb 22 Otto Modersohn, German painter
  • Feb 23 Barney Dreyfuss, baseball owner (Pittsburgh Pirates)
  • Feb 28 Arthur Symons, Welsh poet/critic/co-founder (Savoy)
  • Feb 28 Wilfred Grenfell, England, medical missionary
  • Mar 1 Gerard Vissering, Dutch banker/president (Bank of Java)
  • Mar 1 Abe Iso, Japanese politician (d. 1949)
  • Mar 3 Alexander Gustav Adolfovich Winkler, composer
  • Mar 8 Frederick William Goudy, US, printer/type designer
  • Mar 9 Margaret Murray Washington, wife of Booker T/head (NACW 1896..1918)
  • Mar 10 Pim [Willem JH] Mulier, Dutch journalist/writer/sport-organizer
  • Mar 16 Patsy Donovan, Irish-American baseball player (d. 1953)
  • Mar 19 William Morton Wheeler, American entomologist, myrmecologist, pioneer in ethology (d. 1937)
  • Mar 22 Theophile Ysaye, composer
  • Mar 25 Pierre Weiss, Mulhouse, France, French physicist (theory of ferromagnetism)
  • Mar 30 Heinrich Rubens, German physicist
  • Apr 1 Richard Zsigmondy, Germany, chemist (Nobel-1925)
  • Apr 8 Charles W. Woodworth, American entomologist (d. 1940)
  • Apr 9 Charles Proteus Steinmetz, Germany, experiment with AC electricity
  • Apr 9 Erich Ludendorff, general (Germany)
  • Apr 10 Jack Miner, Canadian conservationist (d. 1944)
  • Apr 13 Heinrich Reinhardt, composer
  • Apr 16 Henry George Chauvel, Australian general (d. 1945)
  • Apr 17 Ursula Julia Ledochowska, Polish-Austrian Catholic saint (d. 1939)
  • Apr 23 Ali-Agha Shikhlinski, Russian-Azerbaijani general (d. 1943)
  • Apr 27 Emile Erens, Dutch Hagiographer (Pastor of Ars)
  • Apr 30 Max Nettlau, German anarchist (d. 1944)
  • May 2 Clyde Fitch, American playwright (d. 1909)
  • May 5 Felicjan Szopski, composer
  • May 5 Nellie Bly, [Elizabeth Cochran Seaman], American journalist and writer (d. 1922)
  • May 9 August de Boeck, composer
  • May 15 Albert Verwey, Dutch poet/literature historian (Motion)
  • May 18 William Heinemann, England, publisher (Chemical Instrumental)
  • May 22 Enrique Morera, composer
  • May 23 Epitácio Pessoa, President of Brazil (d. 1942)
  • May 25 Frederick Augustus III, King of Saxon (1904-18)
  • May 25 John Raleigh Mott, organizer (YMCA, Nobel 1946)
  • May 25 Pieter Zeeman, Dutch physicist (Zeeman effect, Nobel Prize 1902), born in Zonnemaire, Schouwen-Duiveland
  • May 26 Akseli V Gallen-Kallela, Fins painter/graphic artist/illustrator
  • May 26 Robert W. Chambers, American artist (d. 1933)
  • May 28 Gerrit Grijns, Dutch physiologist (Vitamin E)
  • Jun 2 George Lohmann, cricketer (England's great bowler late 19th cent)

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Jun 3 George V, King of Great Britain (1910-36), born in Marlborough House, London, (d. 1936)

King of the United Kingdom George V
King of the United Kingdom
George V
  • Jun 7 Guido Gasperini, composer
  • Jun 9 Carl Nielsen, Norre-Lyndelse Denmark, composer (Det Uuslukkelige)
  • Jun 9 Lucien-Denis-Gabriel-Alberic Magnard, French composer
  • Jun 10 Frederick A Cook, US, explorer (claimed falsely to be at North Pole)
  • Jun 10 Frederick Cook, American explorer, claimed to have 1st discovered North Pole, born in Callicoon, New York (d. 1940)
  • Jun 11 Jan H Leopold, Dutch poet (translated Omar Khayyam)
  • Jun 13 William Butler Yeats, Ireland, poet (Wild Swans at Coole-Nobel 1923)
  • Jun 14 Auguste Jean Maria Charles Serieyx, composer
  • Jun 15 L H Perquin, Dutch religious radio speaker
  • Jun 15 Paul Gilson, Belgian composer, born in Brussels (d. 1942)
  • Jun 19 Alfred Hugenberg, German RC pres-dir of Krupp/media magnate
  • Jun 19 May Whitty, actress (Mrs Miniver, Suspicion), born in Liverpool, England
  • Jun 21 Albert Herbert Brewer, composer
  • Jun 24 Robert Henri, US painter, leader of Ashcan school of painting
  • Jun 26 Bernard Berenson, art critic (Italian Painters of the Renaissance)
  • Jun 26 Charles E Bonin, French explorer/diplomat (China)
  • Jun 26 George C Pearce, actor (Country Kid, British Agent, Valiant)
  • Jun 28 Otto Julius Bierbaum, German writer/journalist (Remarkable Stories)
  • Jun 29 Shigechiyo Izumi, once thought to be the world's oldest man ever but birth date now disputed (120 y 237 d)
  • Jun 29 William E Borah, lawyer/(Sen-R-Id)
  • Jul 2 Lili Braun, Prussia, feminist/socialist writer (Im Schatten Titanen)
  • Jul 6 Emile Jaques-Dalcroze, Swiss musician (d. 1950)
  • Jul 10 Jan "Pa" van der Steur, Dutch philanthropist (Steurtjes)
  • Jul 14 Annie Jones, Virginia, bearded lady
  • Jul 15 Alfred Charles William Harmsworth, 1st viscount Northcliffe
  • Jul 15 Wilhelm Wirtinger, Austrian mathematician (d. 1945)
  • Jul 16 George A Birmingham, [Rev James Owen Hannay], novelist
  • Jul 18 Laurence Housman, England, author/playwright (Victoria Regina)
  • Jul 19 Charles Horace Mayo, surgeon/co-founder (Mayo Clinic)
  • Jul 21 Robert Kahn, German composer, born in Mannheim (d. 1951)
  • Jul 23 Friedrich Aereboe, Dutch landlord (d. 1942)
  • Jul 23 Max Heindel, Danish Christian occultist, astrologer, and mystic (d. 1919)
  • Jul 25 Jac[obus] P Thijsse, Dutch biologist/educator (Contact with Plants)
  • Jul 26 Philipp Scheidemann, German Parliament (SPD)/mayor of Kassel
  • Jul 29 Nicola Spinelli, composer

Famous Weddings

  • Jan 16 Confederate soldier during US Civil War Brigadier General John Pegram marries Hetty Cary

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Sep 27 Physicist Johannes van der Waals (27) weds Anna Magdalena Smit (18)

Physicist/Nobel Laureate Johannes van der Waals
Physicist/Nobel Laureate
Johannes van der Waals

Famous Deaths

  • Jan 3 Jozef Lies, Flemish painter, dies at 43
  • Jan 8 Aimé, duc de Clermont-Tonnerre, French general (b. 1779)
  • Jan 16 Edmond François Valentin About, French writer (b. 1828)
  • Jan 19 Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, French philosopher and anarchist (b. 1809)
  • Feb 6 John Pegram, US Confederate brig-gen, dies in battle at 33
  • Feb 7 John Henry Winder, US Confederate brig-gen/provost marshal, dies at 64
  • Feb 10 Heinrich Lenz, German physicist (b. 1804)
  • Feb 15 Nicholas Wiseman, 1st Archbishop of Westminster (1850-65), dies
  • Feb 24 Edmund John Armstrong, Irish poet, dies at 23
  • Feb 25 Otto Ludwig, German writer (Zwischen Himmel und Erde), dies at 47
  • Mar 1 Anna Paulowna Romanova, great monarch of Russia, dies at 70
  • Mar 2 Carl Sylvius Völkner, German missionary to New Zealand (b. 1819)
  • Mar 10 William Henry "Little Billy" Chase Whiting, Confed gen-maj, dies at 48
  • Mar 20 Keisuke Yamanami, Japanese samurai (b. 1833)
  • Mar 26 Thomas Hancock, pioneer of rubber industry (Stoke Newington), dies
  • Mar 27 Petrus Hoffman Peerlkamp, Dutch scholar (b. 1786)
  • Mar 28 Albert G Bilders, Dutch landscape painter, dies at 26
  • Apr 1 Giuditta Pasta, Italian soprano (b. 1797)
  • Apr 2 Ambrose Powell Hill, Confederate general, killed in action at 39
  • Apr 2 Richard Cobden, founder Anti-Corn-Law League, dies at 60
  • Apr 6 John Austin Wharton, US Confederate general-major, dies at 36
  • Apr 6 Reuben B Boston, US Confederate cavalery colonel, dies in battle
  • Apr 8 John Park, composer, dies at 61
  • Apr 9 Thomas Alfred Smyth, Irish/US Union general-major, dies at 32

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Apr 15 Abraham Lincoln, 16th American President, dies from gunshot wounds at 56

US President Abraham Lincoln
US President
Abraham Lincoln
  • Apr 16 Robert C Tyler, US Confederate brig-general, dies in battle
  • Apr 22 Francis Washburn, US Union colonel/gen major, dies of injuries
  • Apr 23 James Dearing, US Confederate brig-general, dies at 24
  • Apr 26 Charles J Sax, Belgium musician and father of Adolphe Sax inventor of the saxophone, dies at 74

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Apr 26 John Wilkes Booth, assassin, is shot dead near Bowling Green VA at 27

  • Apr 28 Samuel Cunard, Canadian-born British shipping magnate (b. 1787)
  • Apr 30 Robert Fitzroy, English admiral and meteorologist (b. 1805)
  • May 21 Christian Jürgensen Thomsen, Danish Archaeologist, created Stone, Bronze, Iron age system, dies at 76
  • May 30 William Clarke Quantrill, criminal/Confederate bushwhacker, dies at 27
  • Jun 2 John E Feisser, founder (1st Dutch baptist church), dies at 59
  • Jun 2 Ner Alexander Middleswarth, American politician (b. 1783)
  • Jun 3 Okada Izō, Japanese samurai (b. 1838)
  • Jun 8 Joseph Paxton, English architect, gardener and MP (Crystal Palace), dies at 61
  • Jun 13 Cleaveland J Campbell, Union brig-general, dies at about 29
  • Jun 15 Edmun Ruffin, US secessionist/writer, commits suicide
  • Jun 15 Jakob Zeugheer, composer, dies at 61
  • Jun 21 Frances Adeline Seward, wife of United States Secretary of State William H. Seward (b. 1824)
  • Jul 7 Mary Surratt, & 3 other Lincoln conspirators, hanged
  • Jul 7 Lewis Paine, Lincoln conspirator (b. 1844)
  • Jul 7 David Herold, Lincoln conspirator (b. 1842)
  • Jul 15 Reinier C Bakhuizen van de Brink, Dutch historian, dies at 55
  • Jul 24 Johan Filip von Schantz, composer, dies at 30
  • Jul 25 James Barry [Margaret Ann Bulkley], British military surgeon and the 1st woman in Great Britain to become a qualified medical doctor, dies at 66 or 67
  • Jul 30 George Wright, US Union brig-general, dies at 61
  • Aug 12 William Jackson Hooker, botanist, dies
  • Aug 13 Ignaz Semmelweis, gynecologist, dies at 47
  • Aug 17 Johann Nepomuk Poissl, composer, dies at 82
  • Aug 17 Mosby Munroe Parsons, US Confederate gen-maj, dies in battle
  • Aug 26 Johann F Encke, German astronomer (Comet Encke), dies at 73
  • Aug 26 Marcellus Monroe Crocker, US attorney/Union brig-general, dies at 35
  • Aug 27 Jozef Nowakowski, composer, dies at 64
  • Aug 29 John Brough, US publisher/(gov-R-Ohio), dies at about 54
  • Sep 11 Christophe Léon Louis Juchault de Lamoricière, French general (b. 1806)
  • Sep 16 Christian Julius De Meza, Danish general (b. 1792)
  • Sep 20 William H Revere Jr, US Union brig-general, dies
  • Sep 22 Heinrich Christian Pander, Russian zoologist, dies at 71
  • Sep 24 Frantiszek Soltyk, composer, dies at 81
  • Sep 30 Samuel David Luzzatto, Italian-Jewish scholar (b. 1800)
  • Oct 8 Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, composer, dies at 51
  • Oct 12 William Vincent Wallace, composer, dies at 53
  • Oct 16 Andrés Bello, Venezuelan poet, lawmaker, philosopher, and sociologist (b. 1781)

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Oct 18 Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, British Prime Minister (1855-58 and 1859-65), dies of fever at 80

British Prime Minister Henry John Temple
British Prime Minister
Henry John Temple
  • Oct 20 Champ Ferguson, Confederate guerrilla (b. 1821)
  • Oct 31 William Parson, 3rd Earl of Rosse & maker of large telescopes, dies
  • Nov 6 Atale Therese Annette Wartel, composer, dies at 51
  • Nov 10 Henry Wards, Confederate prison supt, executed for excessive cruelty
  • Nov 12 Elizabeth Gaskell, English novelist (b. 1810)
  • Nov 17 James McCune Smith, African-American doctor and abolitionist (b. 1813)
  • Nov 23 Josef Leopold Zvonar, composer, dies at 41
  • Nov 23 René E de Russy, West Indian/US brig-general, dies at about 75
  • Nov 25 Heinrich Barth, German historian/geographer (Central Africa), dies
  • Nov 29 Herman van Sonsbeeck, Dutch lawyer/statesman, dies at 69
  • Dec 1 Constant van Crombrugghe, Flemish monastery founder, dies at 76
  • Dec 1 Abraham Emanuel Fröhlich, Swiss poet (b. 1796)
  • Dec 6 Sebastian de Iradier, Spanish composer (Arreglito), dies at 56
  • Dec 10 King Léopold I of Belgium (b. 1790)
  • Dec 14 Johan Georg Forchhammer, Danish geologist (b. 1794)
  • Dec 18 Francisco Manuel da Silva, composer, dies at 70
  • Dec 24 Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, British painter and writer (b. 1793)