Historical Events In 1550
Tuesday, 26 March 2019
Jan 10 1st sitting of "Vurige Chamber" in Paris on this day in history.
Feb 02 On this day in history english Edward Seymour duke of Somerset, freed
Feb 07 Giovanni Maria del Monte elected Pope Julius III in the year 1550.
Mar 08 In the year 1550 juan de Dios, Port/Sp saint (Brothers of Mercy), dies at 55
Mar 24 France & England sign Peace of Boulogne on this day in history.
Mar 24 France &England sign Peace of Boulogne in the year 1550.
Apr 02 On this day in history jews are expelled from Genoa Italy
Apr 12 On this day in history claude of Lorraine, duke of Guise, dies at 53
Apr 28 On this day in history powers of Dutch inquisition extends
Apr 29 Emperor Charles V gives inquisiters additional authority on this day in history.
May 25 In the year 1550 camillus de Lellis, Italian soldier/monastery founder/saint
Jun 13 In the year 1550 johann Spangenberg, composer, dies at 66
Jun 27 Charles IX, King of France (1560-74) in the year 1550.
Jun 28 On this day in history john Drusius, Flemish hebrew translator
Jul 07 Chocolate introduced in the year 1550.
Jul 31 In the year 1550 jakob Handl, [Petelin], Austrian composer/bandmaster
Aug 16 Carolus Gallus, [Karel de Haan], Dutch lawyer/pastor/vicar on this day in history.
Aug 28 On this day in history nicolas Perrenot de Granvelle, Charles V's asst sec of state, dies
Sep 05 William Cecil appoints himself English minister of foreign affairs on this day in history.
Sep 08 Hans [Johann] Vischer, German count of Johann Cicero, dies on this day in history.
Oct 04 Charles IX, King of Sweden on this day in history.
Oct 05 In the year 1550 foundation of Concepción, city in Chile.
Oct 15 Henry, earl of Nassau-Dillenburg/brother of William of Orange on this day in history.
Nov 14 On this day in history pope Julius III proclaims new seat on Council of Trente
Dec 06 In the year 1550 orazio Tiberio Vecchi, composer
Dec 06 On this day in history pieter Coecke van Aelst, Flemish painter, dies at 48
Dec 22 In the year 1550 richard Plantagenet (Richard of Eastwell) possibly a son of Richard III