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Celebrity Deaths 1800-1849

Paying tribute to the famous people we've lost from 1800-1849 – in memoriam
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Last updated: December 18, 2021
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German philosopher who wrote Critique of Pure Reason
1804
Immanuel Kant
One of the Founding Fathers of the United States
1804
Alexander Hamilton
The hero of the Battle of Trafalgar
1805
Horation Nelson
Political activist and the author of Common Sense
1809
Thomas Paine
Composer who was mentor of Mozart, and a tutor of Beethoven
1810
Joseph Haydn
The Indian woman who accompanied Lewis & Clark
1812
Sacagawea
Field Marshal of the Russian Empire who defeated Napoleon
1813
Mikhail Kutuzov
The author of Pride and Prejudice
1817
Jane Austen
Improver (not inventor) of the steam engine
1819
James Watt
English king who lost the American colonies
1820
King George III
The French military genius and Emperor
1821
Napoleon Bonaparte
Pioneer of smallpox vaccine
1823
Edward Jenner
The author of Don Juan
1824
Lord Byron
Author of the Declaration of Independence
1826
Thomas Jefferson
A Founding Father and the second US president
1826
John Adams
German composer who suffered from deafness
1827
Ludwig van Beethoven
The Italian who built the first battery
1827
Alessandro Volta
Spanish painter of Maya Nude
1828
Francisco Goya
Austrian composer who died at the age of 31
1828
Franz Schubert
El Libertador of 19th-century South America
1830
Simón Bolívar
The German dramatist known for Faust
1832
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
The author of Ivanhoe
1832
Sir Walter Scott
Brave water-carrying woman of the American Revolutionary War
1832
Molly Pitcher
Tennessee frontiersman and defender of the Alamo
1836
Davy Crockett
French author of novel The Red and the Black
1842
Stendhal
President of the United States from 1829 to 1837
1845
Andrew Jackson
German composer known for A Midsummer Night's Dream
1847
Felix Mendelssohn
Mechanical engineer, developed steam engine
1848
George Stephenson
Romantic Polish-French piano composer
1849
Frederic Chopin
The author of the poem The Raven
1849
Edgar Allan Poe
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Level 66
Dec 18, 2021
Nice quiz! But I think it would be better to describe Paine with reference to his works, 'Common Sense' or 'Rights of Man' or some context of this kind.
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Level 53
Dec 18, 2021
Thanks for that! I corrected now.