Historical Events In 1761
Thursday, 24 September 2020
Jul 25 Charlotte von Kalb, German writer on this day in history.
Sep 04 Friedrich Ludwig Emilius Kunzen, composer in the year 1761.
Sep 08 On this day in history marriage of George III of the United Kingdom to Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Queen Charlotte).
Sep 12 Georg Friedrich Theodor Wolf, composer in the year 1761.
Sep 14 In the year 1761 pavel Lambert Masek, composer
Sep 19 On this day in history peter Musschenbroek, physician/physicist (Leidse Bottle), dies at 69
Sep 22 Coronation of George III of the United Kingdom and Queen Charlotte on this day in history.
Sep 28 Budan de Boislaurent, mathematician on this day in history.
Oct 03 On this day in history dirk earl van Hogendorp, general/Dutch minister of War [OS]
Oct 13 Dirk van Hogendorp, Dutch earl/general/minister of War [NS] on this day in history.
Oct 15 Peter Gronland, composer on this day in history.
Oct 21 On this day in history louis AG baron de Bacler d'Albe, French cartographer/brig general
Oct 22 In the year 1761 johann Christian Gottlob Eidenbenz, composer
Oct 31 In the year 1761 rutger Jan Schimmelpenninck, Dutch patriot/earl/Grand Pensionary
Nov 01 In the year 1761 antonin Josef Alois Volanek, composer
Nov 19 Joseph Supries, composer on this day in history.
Nov 20 On this day in history pius VIII, [Francesco S Castiglioni], Italy, 253rd Pope (1829-30)
Nov 29 Fridolin Weber, composer on this day in history.
Dec 01 The birth of Madame Marie Tussaud, French waxworks modeller in the year 1761.
Dec 07 Madame [Marie Grosholtz] Tussaud, created wax museum on this day in history.
Dec 16 In the year 1761 russian army occupies Kolberg
Dec 22 Dorothea Jordan, Ireland, French comedic actress on this day in history.
Dec 23 Alestair Ruadh MacDonnell, Scottish Jacobite spy on this day in history.
Dec 24 Selam III, poet/composer/sultan of Turkey (1789-1808) in the year 1761.
Dec 25 In the year 1761 elisabeth Petrovna, tsarina of Russia (1741-62), dies at about 51
Dec 27 On this day in history michael A Barclay de Tolly, Scot/Russ minister of War