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Charles - Notable Historical Events

CharlemagneApr 6, 774

Henry VIIIJul 10, 1520

Martin LutherJan 28, 1521

Leo XMay 28, 1521

Charles IMar 27, 1625

Oliver CromwellJun 14, 1645

Charles IIFeb 5, 1649

William PennMar 4, 1681

Peter the GreatJun 27, 1709

Anders CelsiusApr 20, 1736

John WesleyJun 24, 1748

Pierre Charles L'EnfantMay 2, 1783

Andrew JacksonMay 30, 1806

NapoleonJul 5, 1809

Charles DarwinMay 11, 1820

Charles BabbageJun 14, 1822

Ada LovelaceJun 5, 1833

Charles DickensFeb 7, 1836

Charles LyellFeb 17, 1837

Charles GoodyearJun 17, 1837

Lewis CarrollJul 4, 1862

James GarfieldJul 2, 1881

Charles TupperMay 1, 1896

William Randolph HearstNov 6, 1906

Charles de GaulleAug 15, 1914

Theodore RooseveltJun 7, 1916

Frederick BantingJul 27, 1921

Frank KelloggJan 11, 1925

Charles LindberghMay 20, 1927

LucianoSep 11, 1931

Anne LindberghMar 1, 1932

HooverJun 16, 1932

Winston ChurchillOct 30, 1939

Ezzard CharlesJun 22, 1949

Charles M. SchulzOct 2, 1950

Jersey JoeJun 5, 1952

Rocky MarcianoJun 17, 1954

SchawlowMar 22, 1960

Ray CharlesNov 14, 1960

Georges PompidouMay 13, 1968

Charles MansonMar 1, 1970

Diana SpencerFeb 24, 1981

Prince WilliamJun 22, 1982

Elvis PresleyJan 23, 1986

Charles BarkleyJun 17, 1992

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Charles - Historical Events
Date Event
717-03-21

Battle of Vincy between Charles Martel and Ragenfrid.

722-01-01

Hofmeier Charles Martel flees from bishop Willibrord

733-10-17

Battle at Tours (Poitiers): Charles Martel's Frankish and Burgundian forces beat those of al-Andalus under Abdul Rahman Al Ghafiqi halting influence of Islam

774-04-06

Charles the Great (Charlemagne) confirmed the gift to the Pope of the territories belonging to Ravenna made by his father Pepin the Short at Quiercy-sur-Loire in 753

794-06-01

Charles the Great opens general synod in Frankfurt

799-11-29

Pope Leo III, aided by Charles the Great, returns to Rome

800-12-25

Pope Leo III crowns Charles the Great (Charlemagne), Roman emperor

813-09-11

Charles the Great crowns Louis I emperor

841-06-25

Battle at Fontenay: Louis & Charles beat their brother Lotharius I

842-02-14

Charles II & Louis the German sign treaty

843-08-10

Treaty of Verdun: Brothers Lotharius I, Louis the German & Charles the Bare divide France

845-11-22

845 : the first King of all Brittany, Nominoe defeats the Frankish king Charles the Bald at the Battle of Ballon near Redon.

851-08-22

Erispoe defeats Charles the Bald near the Breton town of Jengland.

860-08-01

Peace of Koblenz: Charles the Bare, Louis the German & Lotharius II

864-07-25

The Edict of Pistres of Charles the Bald orders defensive measures against the Vikings.

869-10-09

Charles the Bare crowned king of Lotharingen

875-12-25

Charles, the Bare, crowned emperor of Rome

876-01-31

Charles becomes king of Italy

876-10-08

Battle at Andernach: Louis the Young beats Charles the Bare

887-11-11

Parliament in Tribur: King Charles III resigns

911-07-11

Signing of the Treaty of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte between Charles the Simple and Rollo of Normandy.

923-06-15

Battle of Soissons: King Robert I of France is killed and King Charles the Simple is arrested by the supporters of Duke Rudolph of Burgundy.

1119-06-17

Charles the Good becomes earl of Flanders

1127-03-02

Assassination of Charles the Good, Count of Flanders.

1266-02-26

Battle of Benevento fought in Southern Italy between Manfred of Sicily and army of Charles of Anjou

1268-10-29

Conradin, the last legitimate male heir of the Hohenstaufen dynasty of Kings of Germany and Holy Roman Emperors, is executed along with his companion Frederick I, Margrave of Baden by Charles I of Sicily, a political rival and ally to the hostile Roman Catholic church.

1270-10-30

The Eighth Crusade and siege of Tunis ended by agreement between Charles I of Sicily (brother to King Louis IX of France, who had died months earlier) and the sultan of Tunis.

1282-03-30

The people of Sicily rebel against the Angevin king Charles I, in what becomes known as the Sicilian Vespers.

1346-07-11

Charles IV of Luxembourg is elected emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.

1347-07-11

Heir to the Bohemian throne elected German anti-king Charles IV

1348-04-07

Prague U, 1st university in central Europe, formed by Charles IV

1356-01-10

German emperor Charles I delegates Golden Degree

1357-07-09

Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor assists laying the foundation stone of Charles Bridge in Prague.

1357-11-25

Charles IV issues letter of protection of Jews of Strasbourg Alsace

1380-11-14

King Charles VI of France crowned at age 12

1380-11-16

French King Charles VI declares no taxes for ever

1387-02-24

King Charles III of Naples and Hungary is assassinated at Buda.

1389-10-30

French King Charles VI visits pope Clemens VII

1394-09-17

Jews are expelled from France by order of King Charles VI

1394-11-03

Jews are expelled from France by Charles VI

1420-05-21

Treaty of Troyes following Englsh victory at Agincourt: Henry V of England and his heirs would inherit the throne of France upon the death of King Charles VI of France

1422-10-28

Charles V's son succeeds him as king Charles VII of France

1435-09-21

Treaty of Atrecht: Philip of Bourgondy vs French King Charles II

1438-07-07

French church/King Charles VII release Pragmatieke Sanctie of Bourges

1451-07-31

Jacques Cœur is arrested by order of Charles VII of France.

1465-10-05

French King Louis XI signs peace with Charles the Stout

1467-10-28

Battle at Brustem: Charles the Stoute beats the Luikenaars

1467-10-29

Battle of Brusthem: Charles the Bold defeats Liege

1468-10-14

Treaty of Peronne: Duke Charles the Stoute & French King Louis XI

1468-10-30

Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, occupies & plunders Liege

1468-11-03

Liège is sacked by Charles I of Burgundy's troops.

1473-07-17

Charles the Stout conquerors Nijmegen

1476-06-22

Battle at Morat/Murten: Charles the Stout invades Switzerland

1477-01-05

Battle at Nancy, Burgundy vs Switz, 7000 + killed including their leader Charles Duke of Burgundy

1483-05-14

Coronation of Charles VIII of France ("Charles l'Affable").

1489-07-22

Treaty of Frankfurt signed between Maximilian of Austria and King Charles VIII of France

1492-11-09

Peace of Etaples (Henry VII of England & Charles VIII of France)

1493-05-23

King Charles VIII & Maximilian I of Austria signs Peace of Senlis

1494-11-18

French King Charles VIII occupies Florence

1495-01-28

Pope Alexander VI (Roderic Llançol i de Borgia) gives his son Cesare as hostage to Charles VIII of France

1495-02-22

French King Charles VIII enters Naples to claim crown

1495-05-20

French King Charles VIII leaves Naples

1495-07-06

Battle of Fornovo, near Parma: French King Charles VIII beats Holy League

1510-02-13

Charles of Gelre conquerors Oldenzaal

1515-05-19

George van Saksen-Meissen sells Friesland for 100,000 gold guilders to arch duke Charles

1516-08-13

The Treaty of Noyon between France and Spain is signed. Francis recognises Charles's claim to Naples, and Charles recognises Francis's claim to Milan.

1519-06-28

King Carlos I elected Holy Roman Catholic Emperor Charles V

1520-07-10

King Charles V France & King Henry VIII of England sign treaty of Calais

1520-10-23

King Carlos I crowned German emperor Charles V

1521-01-28

Emperor Charles V opens the Diet of Worms in Worms Germany (until May 25). Produced 'Edit of Worms' dennoucing Martin Luther

1521-04-21

Battle at Villalar: Emperor Charles I beats Communards

1521-04-28

Treaty of Worms: Emperor Charles names his brother Ferdinand Arch duke of Netherlands-Austria

1521-05-28

Pope Leo X signs treaty with Holy Roman Emperor Charles V

1521-10-25

Emperor Charles V bans wooden buildings in Amsterdam

1522-04-27

Battle at Bicacca: Charles I & Pope Adrianus VI beat France

1522-04-29

Emperor Charles V names Frans van Holly inquisitor-gen of Netherlands

1523-09-19

Emperor Charles I & England sign anti-French covenant

1524-08-19

Emperor Charles V's troops besiege Marseille, Italy

1525-02-24

Battle of Pavia: Holy Roman Emperor Charles V's troops beat the French. French King Francois I captured, 15,000 killed/wounded

1526-01-14

Charles V & Francis I sign Treaty of Madrid, forcing Francis to give up claims to Burgundy, Italy & Flanders

1527-06-07

Pope Clement VII surrenders to emperor Charles V's armies

1528-01-22

England & France declare war on Emperor Charles V

1530-02-24

1st imperial coronation by a Pope, Charles V crowned by Clement V

1532-07-23

Emperor Charles V and the Schmalkaldic League sign Peace of Nuremberg

1534-10-26

Charles V names Joris of Egmont, bishop of Utrecht

1535-07-14

Emperor Charles V conquers Tunis

1538-06-18

Treaty of Nice: ends war between Emperor Charles V & King French I

1539-02-15

Emperor Charles receives Cardinal Pole in Toledo

1539-04-19

Charles, protestant German monarch, signs Treaty of Frankrfurt

1540-02-14

Emperor Charles V enters Ghent without resistance, executes rebels

1540-04-29

Emperor Charles declares all privileges of Gent ended

1543-08-22

Emperor Charles V's army occupies Duren

1543-09-07

Duke Willem of Gulik surrenders to emperor Charles V

1543-09-12

Treaty of Venlo: Duke Willem of Gulik & Emperor Charles V

1544-05-23

Holy Roman Emperor Charles V recognizes king Christian III of Denmark

1544-09-18

Peace of Crépy: Holy Roman Emperor Charles V & French King Francis I

1547-09-01

Charles demands creation of Imperial League (German state)

1548-06-30

Emperor Charles V orders Catholics to become Lutherans

1550-04-29

Emperor Charles V gives inquisiters additional authority

1552-08-02

Treaty of Passau: Emperor Charles V accepts Lutheran religion

1555-10-21

Emperor Charles V makes Erard of Pallandt earl of Culemborg

1556-09-12

Emperor Charles abdicates in favour of his brother Ferdinand I

1556-09-13

Charles V & Maria of Hungary march into Spain

1556-09-15

Vlissingen ex-emperor Charles V returns to Spain

1558-05-03

Ferdinand I officially appointed Holy Roman Emperor after his brother Charles abdicated in 1556

1558-12-29

Charles V, German Emperor, buried

1563-04-30

Jews are expelled from France by order of Charles VI

1563-08-17

King Charles IX of France (13) declared an adult

1567-09-29

War of Religion breaks out in France - Huguenots try to kidnap king Charles IX

1574-05-30

Henry III follows brother Charles IX as king of France

1605-08-08

The city of Oulu, Finland, is founded by Charles IX of Sweden.

1625-03-27

Charles I, King Of England, Scotland & Ireland, ascends English throne

1626-06-15

King Charles I disbands English parliament

1627-06-02

English king Charles I establishes Guyana Company

1628-03-01

Writs are issued in February by Charles I of England mandating that every county in England (not just seaport towns) pay ship tax by this date.

1628-03-04

England's King Charles I grants a royal charter to Massachusetts Bay Colony

1628-06-07

English King Charles I ratifies the Petition of Rights

1629-03-02

English King Charles I dissolves Parliament against opposition, imprisoning 9 members of parliament

1629-03-10

King Charles I dissolved Parliament; he recalled it 11 years later

1629-10-30

King Charles I gives Bahamas to Sir Robert Heath

1631-06-19

Peace of Cherasco: Charles de Gonzaga-Nevers becomes duke of Mantua

1634-10-20

English King Charles I disbands new "Ship Money" tax

1640-08-28

Second Bishop's War: King Charles I's English army loses to a Scottish Covenanter force at the Battle of Newburn

1640-08-29

English King Charles I signed a peace treaty with Scotland

1641-02-16

English king Charles I accepts Triennial Act

1642-01-04

King Charles I with 400 soldiers attacks the English parliament

1642-01-10

King Charles I & family flee London for Oxford

1642-05-30

All honours granted by Charles I are retrospectively annulled by Parliament

1642-10-23

Battle of Edgehill (Warwickshire): King Charles I beat English parliamentarian forces

1642-11-13

Battle at Turnham Green outside London: King Charles I vs English parliament

1643-09-20

First Battle of Newbury (English civil war): King Charles I's forces beaten by a parliamentary army led by the Earl of Essex and Philip Stapleton

1644-10-27

Second Battle of Newbury: King Charles I beats parliamentary armies

1645-06-14

Battle of Naseby, Leicestershire "New Model Army" under Oliver Cromwell & Thomas Fairfax beat royalists forces of English King Charles I

1646-04-27

King Charles I flees Oxford

1646-05-05

King Charles I surrenders at Scotland

1646-07-30

English parliament sets king Charles I Newcastle Propositions

1647-01-23

Scottish Presbyterians sell captured Charles I to English parliament

1647-01-30

Scots agree to sell King Charles I to English Parliament for £400

1647-06-04

English Parliamentary army under Cornet George Joyce takes King Charles I as a prisoner during Second Civil War

1648-04-22

English army claims king Charles I responsible for bloodshed

1648-11-30

English Parliamentary army captures King Charles I

1649-01-06

The English Rump Parliament votes to put Charles I on trial for treason and other "high crimes"

1649-02-05

Prince of Wales proclaimed King Charles II of Great Britian by Covenanter Parliament of Scotland

1651-01-01

Charles II Stuart crowned king of Scotland

1651-10-17

Future King Charles II flees from England

1655-08-29

Warsaw falls without resistance to a small force under the command of Charles X Gustav of Sweden during The Deluge.

1658-03-17

Pro-Charles II plot in England discovered

1660-02-23

Charles XI becomes king of Sweden

1660-04-04

English king Charles II sends Declaration of Breda (freedom of religion)

1660-04-25

English Convention Parliament meets & votes to restore Charles II

1660-05-08

English parliament declares Charles Stuart to be King Charles II of England

1660-05-23

King Charles II returns from exile sails from Scheveningen to England

1660-05-24

English king Charles II visits Netherlands

1660-05-25

King Charles II of England lands in Dover

1660-05-29

On his 30th birthday Charles II returns to London from exile in the Netherlands to claim the English throne after the Puritan Commonwealth comes to an end

1660-10-17

Nine Regicides, the men who signed the death warrant of Charles I, are hanged, drawn and quartered, another is hanged.

1661-04-23

English king Charles II crowned in London

1661-06-23

Marriage contract for Charles II of England & Catharina of Portugal

1661-07-03

Portugal gives Tangier & Bombay to English King Charles II

1661-09-01

1st Yacht race, England's King Charles vs his brother James

1661-10-01

Yachting begins in England; King Charles II beats his brother James, Duke of York

1662-07-15

King Charles II charters Royal Society in London

1662-10-17

Charles II of Great Britain sells Dunkirk to France for 2.5 million livres (320,000 English pounds)

1663-01-10

King Charles II affirms charter of Royal African Company

1663-04-06

King Charles II signs Carolina Charter

1663-07-08

King Charles II of England grants a charter to Rhode Island

1665-03-04

English king Charles II declares war on Netherlands

1668-03-27

English king Charles II gives Bombay to East India Company

1670-05-02

King Charles II gives royal charter to the Hudson's Bay Company

1670-06-01

English King Charles II & French King Louis XIV sign secret anti-Dutch treaty

1671-04-22

King Charles II sits in on English parliament

1672-03-15

King Charles II enacts Declaration of Indulgence

1673-03-29

English King Charles II accepts Test Act: Roman Catholics excluded from public functions

1673-06-12

Charles II's brother duke James of York resigns as Lord High Admiral

1673-11-09

British king Charles II dismisses Earl of Shaftesbury

1675-06-22

Royal Greenwich Observatory established in England by Charles II

1675-08-10

King Charles II and John Flamsteed lay the foundation stone of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich

1675-11-22

English king Charles II adjourns parliament

1677-02-15

King Charles II reports anti-French covenant with Netherlands

1679-01-24

King Charles II disbands English parliament

1679-07-12

Britain's King Charles II ratifies Habeas Corpus Act allowing prisoners right to be imprisoned to be examined

1681-03-04

English Quaker William Penn receives charter from Charles II, making him sole proprietor of colonial American territory Pennsylvania

1683-06-12

Rye House plot against English king Charles II uncovered

1684-06-21

King Charles II revokes Massachusetts Bay Colony charter

1685-02-06

Duke of York becomes King James II of England and VII of Scotland upon the death of his brother Charles II.

1685-12-03

Charles II bars Jews from settling in Stockholm Sweden

1686-11-18

Charles Francois Felix operates on King Louis XIV of France's anal fistula after practising the surgery on several peasants.

1687-08-12

Charles of Lotharingen defeats Turkish leaders

1687-08-12

Battle of Mohacs: Ottoman invaders of Hungary routed by forces of Holy Roman Emperor under Charles of Lorraine

1697-04-15

Charles XII succeeds Charles XI as King of Sweden

1700-11-30

King Charles XII of Sweden defeats Russia at Narva [NS]

1702-05-14

Swedish troops under King Charles XII occupy Warsaw

1702-07-19

Swedish troops under King Charles XII occupy Krakow

1703-09-12

English army under arch duke Charles of Austria lands in Portugal

1706-09-24

Treaty of Altranstädt: Charles XII of Sweden & August II of Saksen

1708-09-11

Charles XII of Sweden stops his march to conquer Moscow outside Smolensk, marking the turning point in the Great Northern War. The army is defeated nine months later in the Battle of Poltava, and the Swedish empire is no longer a major power.

1709-06-27

Peter the Great of Russia defeats Charles XII of Sweden at the Battle of Poltava.

1711-04-17

Charles VI becomes Holy Roman Emperor after the death of his brother Joseph I

1713-02-01

The Kalabalik or Tumult in Bendery results from the Ottoman sultan's order that his unwelcome guest, King Charles XII of Sweden, be seized.

1714-03-06

Peace of Rastatt - French emperor Charles VI of Habsburg

1714-09-07

Treaty of Baden: Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI & France, ends War of Spanish Succession, French retain Alsace, Austria gets bank of Rhine

1724-12-23

Emperor Charles VI names Maria Elisabeth land guardian of Aust Neth

1725-04-30

Emperor Charles VI & King Philip IV of Spain sign Treaty of Vienna

1730-03-16

Willem Charles Henry Friso installed as viceroy of Drenthe

1731-01-10

Charles Farnese becomes duke of Parma/Piacenza

1733-10-10

France declares war on emperor Charles VI

1736-02-05

Methodists John & Charles Wesley arrive in Savannah, Georgia

1736-04-20

French mathematician Pierre Louis Maupertuis begins his expedition to Lapland to measure a degree of latitude and prove the shape of the earth, he is joined by fellow scientists Anders Celsius, Charles Etienne Louis Camus, Alexis Claude Clairaut, and Pierre-Charles Le Monnier

1740-02-03

Charles de Bourbon, King of Naples, invites Jews to return to Sicily

1741-07-31

Charles Albert of Bavaria invades Upper Austria and Bohemia.

1742-01-24

German leaders elect Charles VII Albert Emperor

1745-06-22

Bonnie Prince Charles sails to Scotland

1745-07-23

Charles Stuart, the Younger, lands at Eriskay Island, Hebrides

1745-09-17

Edinburgh occupied by Jacobites under Charles Edward Stuart (aka the Young Pretender or Bonny Prince Charlie)

1745-09-21

Battle of Preston Pans: Bonnie Prince Charles beats English army

1745-12-04

Bonnie Prince Charles reaches Derby

1746-01-17

Battle of Falkirk Muir, the Jacobites under Charles Stuart defeat Hanoverian forces.

1748-06-24

The Kingswood School is opened by John Wesley and his brother Charles Wesley in Bristol. The school later moved to Bath.

1749-06-29

New Governor Charles de la Ralière Des Herbiers arrives at Isle Royale (Cape Breton Island).

1758-09-12

French astronomer Charles Messier mistakenly identifies the Crab Nebula so begins his Messier Catalogue

1763-11-15

Charles Mason & Jeremiah Dixon begin surveying Mason-Dixon Line between Pennsylvania & Maryland

1765-01-16

Charles Messier catalogs M41 (galactic cluster in Canis Major)

1773-10-13

The Whirlpool Galaxy was discovered by Charles Messier

1777-09-20

Battle of Paoli; British forces under Major General Charles Grey attacked Brigadier General Anthony Wayne's encampment. Claims that the British gave no quarter led to the engagement becoming known (from an American perspective) as the "Paoli Massacre."

1779-01-23

Charles Messier catalogs M56 (globular cluster in Lyra)

1779-01-31

Charles Messier adds M57 (Ring Nebula in Lyra) to his catalog

1780-05-04

Charles Bunbury on Diomed wins 1st Epsom Derby

1781-03-18

Charles Messier rediscovers global cluster M92

1782-03-27

Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham, becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

1783-05-02

Architect Pierre Charles L'Enfant is promoted by brevet to Major of Engineers in recognition of his service to American liberty

1783-12-01

Jacques Charles & Nicolas Roberts make first untethered ascension with gas hydrogen balloon in Paris

1786-02-24

Charles Cornwallis appointed governor-general of India

1797-06-26

Charles Newbold patents 1st cast-iron plow. He can't sell it to farmers, though, they fear effects of iron on soil!

1802-06-04

Grieving over the death of his wife, Marie Clotilde of France, King Charles Emmanuel IV of Sardinia abdicates his throne in favor of his brother, Victor Emmanuel.

1806-05-30

Andrew Jackson kills Charles Dickinson in a duel after Dickinson had accused Jackson's wife of bigamy.

1808-03-26

Charles IV of Spain abdicates in favor of his son, Ferdinand VII.

1809-03-22

Charles XIII succeeds Gustav IV Adolf to the Swedish throne.

1809-07-05

-6) Battle of Wagram - Napoleon beats archduke Charles

1811-01-08

Louisiana slave revolt by Charles Deslondes at German Coast

1815-07-09

Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, Prince de Benevente becomes Prime Minister of France.

1820-05-11

Launch of HMS Beagle, the ship that took young Charles Darwin on his scientific voyage.

1822-03-09

Charles Graham of NY granted first US patent for artificial teeth

1822-06-09

Charles Graham patents false teeth

1822-06-14

Charles Babbage proposes a difference engine in a paper to the Royal Astronomical Society entitled "Note on the application of machinery to the computation of astronomical and mathematical tables".

1823-10-12

Charles Macintosh of Scotland begins selling raincoats (Macs)

1825-05-20

Charles X becomes King of France

1825-06-20

Coronation of French King Charles X the Bourbon

1827-10-15

Charles Darwin admitted to Christ's College, Cambridge

1829-04-25

Charles Fremantle arrives in the HMS Challenger off the coast of modern-day Western Australia prior to declaring the Swan River Colony for the United Kingdom.

1829-05-02

After anchoring nearby, Captain Charles Fremantle of the HMS Challenger, declares the Swan River Colony in Australia.

1830-07-27

Revolution breaks out in Paris, opposing laws of Charles X

1830-08-02

Charles X of France abdicates in favour of his grandson the Duc de Bordeaux

1830-08-09

Louis-Philippe formally accepts crown of France, following abdication of Charles X

1830-09-09

Charles Durant, 1st US aeronaut, flies a balloon from Castle Garden, NYC to Perth Amboy, NJ

1830-11-22

Charles Grey, (2nd Earl Grey), became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

1831-01-22

Charles Darwin takes his Bachelors of Art exam

1831-08-24

John Henslow asks Charles Darwin to travel with him on HMS Beagle

1831-08-30

Charles Darwin refuses to travel with HMS Beagle

1831-09-01

Charles Darwin travels aboard HMS Beagle

1831-09-11

Charles Darwin meets with capt Fitzroy at Plymouth

1831-12-27

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin departs England for South America

1832-01-16

Charles Darwin lands at San Tiago, Cape Verde

1832-02-16

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reaches St-Pauls (1°N, 29°W)

1832-02-20

Charles Darwin visits Fernando Noronha in Atlantic Ocean

1832-02-29

Charles Darwin visits jungle near Bahia Brazil

1832-04-04

Charles Darwin aboard HMS Beagle reaches Rio de Janeiro

1832-04-08

Charles Darwin begins trip through Rio de Janeiro

1832-07-05

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin departs Rio de Janeiro

1832-12-17

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin sails in Strait Le Maire

1832-12-18

Charles Darwins visits Vurland

1832-12-22

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reaches Barnevelts Islands

1832-12-25

Charles Darwin celebrates Christmas in St Martin at Cape Receiver

1833-01-19

Charles Darwin reaches Straits Ponsonby, Fireland

1833-06-05

Ada Lovelace (future 1st computer programmer) meets Charles Babbage

1833-09-08

Charles Darwin departs to Buenos Aires

1833-09-19

Charles Darwin visits Guardia del Monte, Argentina

1833-09-20

Charles Darwin rides horse to Buenos Aires

1833-09-27

Charles Darwin rides horse to Santa Fe

1833-10-01

Charles Darwin reaches Rio Tercero Argentina

1833-10-02

Charles Darwin rides through Corunda to Santa Fe Argentina

1833-10-05

Charles Darwin moves with Parana to Santa Fe Bajada Argentina

1833-10-12

Charles Darwin begins return trip to Buenos Aires

1833-10-20

Charles Darwin reaches river mouth of Parana

1833-11-14

Charles Darwin departs by horse to Montevideo

1833-11-20

Charles Darwin reaches Punta Gorda, sees Rio Uruguay

1833-11-28

Charles Darwin rides through Las Pietras, returning to Montevideo

1833-12-06

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin departs Rio de la Plata

1833-12-13

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin arrives in Port Deseado, Patagonia

1833-12-25

Charles Darwin celebrates Christmas in Port Desire, Patagonia

1834-01-09

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin arrives in Port San Julian, Patagonia

1834-04-18

Charles Darwin sails to Rio Santa Cruz up Patagonia

1834-04-29

Charles Darwin's expedition sees top of Andes from Patagonia

1834-05-04

Charles Darwin's expedition reaches 200 km from Atlantic Ocean

1834-05-05

Charles Darwin's expedition begins at Rio Santa Cruz

1834-05-08

Charles Darwin's expedition returns to the Beagle

1834-06-10

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin sails Pacific Ocean

1834-08-16

Charles Darwin climbs Mt Campana in Chile

1834-08-17

Charles Darwin reaches top of Campana Chile during his Voyage on the Beagle

1834-09-14

Charles Darwin's company passes Tagua-tagua-more Chile

1834-09-27

Charles Darwin returns to Valparaiso

1834-11-10

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin sails from Valparaiso

1834-12-25

Charles Darwin celebrates Christmas on Beagle at Tres Montes, Chile

1835-02-22

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leave Valdivia Chile

1835-03-13

Charles Darwin departs Valparaiso for Andes crossing

1835-03-18

Charles Darwin departs Santiago Chile on his way to Portillo Pass

1835-03-21

Charles Darwin & Mariano Gonzales meet at Portillo Pass

1835-03-23

Charles Darwin reaches Los Arenales, in the Andes

1835-04-10

Charles Darwin returns to Santiago, Chile

1835-05-12

Charles Darwin visits copper mines in North Chile

1835-05-14

Charles Darwin reaches Coquimbo in Northern Chile

1835-09-15

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reaches Galapagos Islands

1835-09-17

Charles Darwins lands on Chatham Galapagos-archipelago

1835-09-23

HMS Beagle sails to Charles Island in Galapagos archipelago

1835-10-08

Charles Darwin reaches James Island, Galapagos archipelago, on HMS Beagle

1835-11-15

Charles Darwin reaches Tahiti on board HMS Beagle

1835-11-16

Charles Darwin's voyage published in Cambridge Philosophical Society

1835-11-18

-20] Charles Darwin travels to Tahiti

1835-12-19

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin approaches NZ

1835-12-25

Charles Darwin celebrates Christmas in Pahia, New Zealand

1835-12-30

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin sails from NZ to Sydney

1836-01-12

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reach Sydney Australia

1836-02-06

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reach Diemen's Land (Tasmania)

1836-02-07

"Sketches by Boz" (essays) published by Charles Dickens

1836-02-17

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leaves Tasmania

1836-03-06

HMS Beagle and Charles Darwin reach King George's Sound, Australia

1836-03-14

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leaves Australia

1836-04-01

Charles Darwin aboard HMS Beagle reaches Cocos Islands

1836-05-09

HMS Beagle with Charles Darwin departs Port Louis, Mauritius

1836-06-01

Charles Darwin returns to Capetown

1836-06-18

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leave South-Africa

1836-07-08

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reaches Saint-Helena

1836-07-19

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reaches Ascension

1836-07-20

Charles Darwin climbs Green Hill on Ascension

1836-08-01

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin returns to Bahia Brazil

1836-08-17

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leave South-America for last time

1837-02-17

Charles Lyell makes his presidential address to the Geographical Society, London and announces that Richard Owen has concluded from Darwin's fossils that extinct species were related to current species in the same locality

1837-06-17

Charles Goodyear obtains his 1st rubber patent

1837-07-25

The first commercial use of an electric telegraph was successfully demonstrated by William Cooke and Charles Wheatstone on 25 July 1837 between Euston and Camden Town in London.

1837-09-21

Charles Tiffany founded his jewelry & china stores

1839-01-24

Charles Darwin elected Fellow of the Royal Society

1839-10-10

British troops under Gen Charles Napier occupy Beirut

1840-01-25

American naval expedition under Charles Wilkes first to identify Antarctica as a new continent

1840-02-16

American Charles Wilkes discovers Shackleton Ice Shelf, Antarctica

1840-04-27

Foundation stone for new Palace of Westminster, London, laid by wife of Sir Charles Barry.

1841-05-11

Lt. Charles Wilkes lands at Fort Nisqually in Puget Sound.

1843-08-26

Charles Thurber patents a typewriter

1843-12-19

"A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens published, 6,000 copies sold

1846-01-21

1st edition of Charles Dickens' "Daily News"

1849-03-23

Battle of Novara (King Charles Albert vs Italian republic)

1851-12-02

French President Charles Louis Bonaparte in a Coup d'etat overthrows the Second Republic establishing himself as Emperor.

1852-11-18

Rose Philippine Duchesne dies in St. Charles, Missouri. She would be canonized on July 3, 1988 by Pope John Paul II.

1852-11-20

Charles Reade/Tom Taylor's "Masks & Faces" premieres in London

1853-01-10

Charles Reade's "Gold," premieres in London

1854-03-07

Charles Miller patents 1st US sewing machine to stitch buttonholes

1854-04-01

Hard Times begins serialisation in Charles Dickens magazine, Household Words.

1856-05-19

Sen Charles Sumner, Mass, spoke out against slavery

1857-06-01

Charles Baudelaire's Fleurs du mal is published.

1858-01-30

Charles Halle founds Halle Orchestra in Manchester, England

1858-07-01

The joint reading of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace's papers on evolution to the Linnean Society.

1859-03-19

Opera "Faust" by Charles Gounod premieres in Paris

1859-04-30

Charles Dickens' "A Tale Of Two Cities" is first published in literary periodical All the Year Round, continues in weekly installments until Nov 26

1859-06-30

Charles Blondin is 1st to cross Niagara Falls on a tightrope

1859-07-08

King Charles XV/Carl IV accedes to the throne of Sweden-Norway.

1859-11-24

Charles Darwin publishes "On the Origin of Species"

1859-11-26

Last weekly installment of Charles Dickens' "A Tale Of Two Cities" is published in literary periodical All the Year Round

1860-05-03

Charles XV of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Sweden.

1861-01-02

Colonel Charles Stone is put in charge of organizing DC militia

1862-07-04

Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) creates Alice in Wonderland for Alice Liddell on a family boat trip on the river Isis (Thames) in Oxford

1863-10-06

Dr Charles H Sheppard opens 1st public bath, in Brooklyn

1866-05-16

Charles Elmer Hires invents root beer

1867-12-02

In a New York City theater, British author Charles Dickens gives his first public reading in the United States.

1868-11-30

The inauguration of a statue of King Charles XII of Sweden takes place in the King's garden in Stockholm.

1869-06-09

Charles Elmer Hires sells his 1st root beer (Phila)

1869-07-30

The Charles, considered the world's first "oil tanker", departs from the United States headed for Europe with a bulk capacity of 7,000 barrels of oil

1874-07-01

1st US kidnapping for ransom, 4-year-old Charles Ross, $20,000

1875-01-05

Charles Garnier's new Opera opens in Paris

1876-04-11

Sir Charles Gordon ends religious tolerance in Sudan

1877-03-16

Charles Bannerman completes 1st Test cricket century, 165 v Eng

1878-09-25

British physician Dr. Charles Drysdale warns against the use of tobacco in a letter to The Times newspaper in one of the earliest pubic health announcements on the dangers of smoking

1879-07-01

Charles Taze Russell publishes the first edition of the religious magazine The Watchtower.

1879-07-31

The first cable connection between South Africa and Europe is laid by the British electrical engineer Charles Tilston Bright as part of his project to link the British Empire with growing telecommunications technologies

1879-08-23

Governor-general Charles Gordon of Sudan returns to Cairo

1881-07-02

US President James Garfield shot by Charles J Guiteau a disappointed office-seeker; Garfield died 79 days later

1881-11-14

Charles J Guiteau went on trial for assassination of President Garfield

1884-01-18

General Charles Gordon departs London for Khartoum

1884-02-18

General Charles Gordon arrives in Khartoum

1884-12-01

American Old West: Near Frisco, New Mexico, deputy sheriff Elfego Baca holds off a gang of 80 Texan cowboys who want to kill him for arresting Charles McCarthy.

1888-05-12

Crouching start 1st used by Charles Sherrill of Yale

1888-09-06

Charles Turner becomes the first bowler to take 250 wickets in an English season - a feat since accomplished only by Tom Richardson (twice), J.T. Hearne, Wilfred Rhodes (twice) and Tich Freeman (six times).

1891-12-19

1st Negro Catholic priest ordained in US, Charles Uncles, Baltimore

1892-04-19

Charles Duryea takes 1st American-made auto out for a spin (Mass)

1892-05-19

Charles Brady King invents pneumatic hammer

1892-08-02

Charles A Wheeler patents a prototype of the escalator

1894-01-30

Pneumatic hammer patented by Charles King of Detroit

1895-06-11

Charles E Duryea patents a gas-driven automobile

1896-03-06

1st auto in Detroit, Charles B King rides his "Horseless Carriage"

1896-05-01

Seven days after parliament was dissolved, Charles Tupper is sworn in as the 6th Prime Minister of Canada

1896-07-08

Charles Tupper resigns as Prime Minister of Canada after losing the June 23rd election, his 69-day term the shortest in Canadian history

1899-01-05

Start of Sherlock Holmes adventure-Charles Augustus Milverton (BG)

1900-11-06

Battle at Bothaville: Major General Charles Knox beats Boers

1904-05-04

Charles Stewart Rolls meets Frederick Henry Royce at the Midland Hotel in Manchester, England. Go on to form Roll-Royce

1904-07-23

Ice cream cone created by during St Louis World Fair - reputedly first by Charles E Menches

1904-09-25

Charles Follis is 1st black to play proessional American football

1904-09-26

Charles Kleins "Music Master" premieres in NYC

1905-01-02

Elara, a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Charles Dillon Perrine in San Jose, California

1905-01-05

Charles Perrine announces discovery of Jupiter's 7th satellite, Elara

1905-01-17

Punchboards patented by Charles Brewer & C G Scannell, Chicago

1906-10-03

US regime names Charles Magoon, governor of Cuba

1906-11-06

Charles Evans Hughes (R) elected NY Gov beats William Randolph Hearst

1907-01-23

Charles Curtis of Kansas becomes 1st Native American US senator

1907-05-07

Charles Collier wins 1st Isle of Man TT Race: (38.22 mph)

1908-07-26

United States Attorney General Charles Joseph Bonaparte issues an order to immediately staff the Office of the Chief Examiner (later renamed the Federal Bureau of Investigation).

1909-08-30

Burgess Shale fossils discovered by Charles Doolittle Walcott.

1910-06-13

Pilot Charles Hamilton makes 1st 1-day round-trip from NY to Phila

1911-01-02

Bkln Dodgers pres Charles Ebbets announces purchase of grounds to build a new concrete-and-steel stadium to seat 30,000

1912-12-18

Piltdown Man, later discovered to be a hoax, is supposedly found in the Piltdown Gravel Pit, by Charles Dawson.

1914-08-15

German assault at Dinant: Lt Charles de Gaulle (24), injured

1914-12-21

1st feature-length silent film comedy "Tillie's Punctured Romance" released. (Marie Dressler, Mabel Normand & Charles Chaplin)

1916-06-07

Theodore Roosevelt declines nomination of the Progressive Party and throws his support behind Republican Charles Evans Hughes

1917-05-12

43rd Kentucky Derby: Charles Borel on Omar Khayyam wins in 2:04.6

1918-05-15

44th Preakness: Charles Peak aboard Jack Hare Jr wins in 1:53.4

1918-11-11

Emperor Charles I of Austria abdicates

1919-01-14

John McGraw, Charles A Stoneham, & Judge MCQuade buy NY Giants

1919-05-29

Charles Strite files patent for the pop-up toaster

1921-04-23

Charles Paddock runs world record 100m (10.4 secs)

1921-05-07

47th Kentucky Derby: Charles Thompson on Behave Yourself wins 2:04.2

1921-07-27

Frederick Banting and Charles Best isolate insulin at the University of Toronto

1922-04-30

Chicago White Sox Charles Robertson perfect games Detroit Tigers, 2-0

1922-06-14

Charles Hoffner wins PGA golf tournament

1922-12-13

Charles Ebbets proposes putting numbers on players' sleeves or caps

1923-03-21

US foreign minister Charles Hughes refuses USSR recognition

1924-01-26

Charles Jewtraw, US 500m skater, takes 1st Winter Olympics gold medal

1924-09-06

Charles Paddock captures 100 & 200 yd AAU national senior outdoor track & field championships

1925-01-11

Frank Kellogg replaces Charles Hughes on as US Sect of State

1925-04-20

29th Boston Marathon won by Charles Mellor of Ill in 2:33:00.6

1925-04-21

No baseball games played in NL due to Charles Ebbets' funeral

1925-06-13

Charles Jenkins demonstrates the transmission of synchronized pictures and sound (early television)

1925-06-30

Charles Jenkins is granted the U.S. patent for Transmitting Pictures over Wireless (early television)

1926-07-18

The South Africa author and journalist, Herman Charles Bosman, shoots and kills his stepbrother David Russell during a quarrel

1926-12-29

Vatican puts French fascist Charles Maurras' work on the index

1927-05-20

At 7:40 AM, pilot Charles Lindbergh takes off from NY to cross Atlantic for Paris

1927-05-20

Charles Lindbergh begins NY flight (Spirit of St Louis)

1927-05-21

Aviator Charles Lindbergh, in the Spirit of St Louis, lands in Paris after first solo air crossing of Atlantic

1927-06-11

Charles Lindbergh is awarded the 1st Distinguished Flying Cross

1927-06-13

Ticker-tape parade welcomes Charles A Lindbergh to NYC

1927-09-04

Charles Lindbergh visits Boise, Idaho, on his cross-country tour

1927-09-17

Charles Lindbergh visits San Francisco

1928-06-08

1st US-to-Australia flight lands (Sir Charles Kingford)

1928-06-09

Charles Kingsford-Smith & Charles Ulm are 1st to fly across the Pacific when they end their flight from California to Brisbane

1928-07-02

The Jenkins Television Corporation (owned by Charles Jenkins) goes on air with W3XK, the first television broadcasting station in the USA

1928-08-14

Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur's "Front Page," premieres in NYC

1929-02-01

1st clean & jerk of 400 lbs (182 kg), Charles Rigoulet, 402½ lbs

1929-03-04

Charles Curtis (R-Kansas) becomes 1st native American VP

1929-08-07

Charles Ruijs de Beerenbrouck forms Dutch government

1930-05-20

1st airplane catapulted from a dirigible, Charles Nicholson, pilot

1930-09-10

Charles E Mitchell, named minister to Liberia

1931-09-11

Salvatore Maranzano is murdered by Charles Luciano's hitmen.

1932-03-01

Charles Lindbergh Jr (20 months), kidnapped in NJ; found dead May 12

1932-03-01

The 20 month old son of Charles and Anne Lindbergh is kidnapped from their home in East Amwell, New Jersey in what became known as the "Lindbergh kidnapping"

1932-04-02

Charles Lindbergh turns over $50,000 as ransom for kidnapped son

1932-05-12

Body of kidnapped son of Charles Lindbergh is found in Hopewell, NJ

1932-06-16

President Hoover & VP Charles Curtis renominated by Rep Convention

1932-10-22

Charles de Broqueville becomes premier of Belgium

1934-03-16

6th Academy Awards - "Cavalcade", Charles Laughton & Katharine Hepburn wins

1934-10-08

Bruno Hauptmann is indicted for murder of Charles Lindbergh's son

1935-12-31

Charles Darrow patents Monopoly

1936-01-11

Charles Anderson enters Kentucky House of Representatives

1936-04-01

Charles "Lucky" Luciano" is arrested in Arkansas on a criminal warrant from New York

1936-06-07

Charles "Lucky" Luciano is convicted on 62 counts of compulsory prostitution

1936-07-18

Charles "Lucky" Luciano is sentenced to 30 to 50 years in state prison

1939-01-20

Charles Ives' 1st Sonate "Concord," premieres

1939-10-30

German U boat fails on attack of English battleship Nelson with Winston Churchill, Dudley Pound & Charles Forbes aboard

1940-06-05

General Charles de Gaulle becomes French junior minister of Defense

1940-06-09

General Charles de Gaulle's 1st meeting with Winston Churchill

1940-06-18

Gen Charles de Gaulle on BBC tells French to defy nazi occupiers

1940-08-02

Clermont-Ferrand sentences Gen Charles de Gaulle to death

1941-09-11

Charles Lindbergh, charges "British, Jewish & Roosevelt administration" are trying to get US into WW II

1943-05-30

French general Charles de Gaulle arrives in Algiers

1943-07-02

Lt Charles Hall becomes 1st black pilot to shoot down a Nazi plane

1944-06-14

General Charles de Gaulle lands at Courselles France

1944-07-06

French General Charles de Gaulle arrives in Washington, DC

1946-01-03

As a reward for his wartime cooperation, Governor Thomas E. Dewey commutes Charles "Lucky" Luciano's pandering sentence on condition that he does not resist deportation to Italy

1946-02-10

Charles "Lucky" Luciano is deported to Italy, and never returns to the United States

1946-04-05

1st performance of Charles Ives' 3rd Symphony

1946-10-07

Charles Ives' 2nd string quartet premieres

1946-11-01

Charles S Johnson becomes 1st black president of Fisk University

1949-06-22

Ezzard Charles beats Jersey Joe Walcott in 15 for hw boxing title

1949-08-10

Ezzard Charles TKOs Gus Lesnevich in 8 for heavyweight boxing title

1949-10-14

Ezzard Charles TKOs Pat Valentino in 8 for heavyweight boxing title

1949-12-05

Ezzard Charles defeats Jersey Joe Walcott for heavyweight boxing title

1950-08-05

Ezzard Charles KOs Freddie Beshore to retain HW boxing title

1950-08-15

Ezzard Charles TKOs Freddie Beshore in 14 for heavyweight boxing title

1950-09-27

Ezzard Charles beats Joe Louis in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1950-09-27

Heavyweight champ Ezzard Charles defeats Joe Louis in 15 in Yankee Stadium, Bronx NY.

1950-10-02

1st strip of Charlie Brown, "Li'l Folks", later "Peanuts", by Charles M. Schulz published in 9 papers

1950-11-01

1st negro player in NBA, (Celtic's Charles Cooper) Ft Wayne Ind

1950-12-05

Ezzard Charles KOs Nick Barone in 11 for heavyweight boxing title

1951-01-12

Ezzard Charles TKOs Lee Oma in 10 for heavyweight boxing title

1951-03-07

Ezzard Charles beats Jersey Joe Walcott in 15 for hw boxing title

1951-05-30

Ezzard Charles beats Joey Maxim in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1952-06-05

1st sporting event televised nationally-Walcott vs Charles boxing

1952-06-05

Jersey Joe Walcott beats Ezzard Charles in 15 for heavy weight boxing title

1953-04-23

General Charles P Cabell, USAF, becomes deputy director of CIA

1953-12-16

Charles E Yeager fly > 2,575 kph in Bell X-1A

1954-05-03

Pulitzer prize awarded to Charles A Lindbergh & John Patrick

1954-06-17

Rocky Marciano beats Ezzard Charles in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1954-08-07

Charles Mahoney becomes 1st US black to serve as a full UN delegate

1954-09-17

Rocky Marciano KOs Ezzard Charles in 8 for heavyweight boxing title

1954-11-02

Charles C Diggs Jr elected Michigan's 1st black congressman

1956-06-29

Charles Dumas makes 1st high jump over 7' (2.13 m)-LA, Calif

1956-10-14

Charles Ives' overture "Robert Browning" premieres in NYC

1958-01-29

Murderer, Charles Starkweather, captured by police in Wyoming

1958-03-11

Charles Van Doren finally loses on TV game show "21"

1958-06-01

Charles de Gaulle elected premier of France

1958-06-04

French premier Charles de Gaulle arrives in Algiers

1958-06-06

Premier Charles de Gaulle says Algeria will always be French

1958-12-21

Charles de Gaulle wins 7 year term as 1st pres of 5th Rep of France

1959-01-08

Charles de Gaulle inaugurated as pres of France's 5th Republic

1959-01-13

French President Charles de Gaulle grants amnesty to 130 Algerians sentenced to death

1959-05-29

Charles de Gaulle forms French government

1959-09-16

French President Charles de Gaulle recognizes Algerian right of self determination

1959-11-02

Charles Van Doren confesses that TV quiz show "21" was fixed

1960-02-10

Charles Ives' "Lincoln, the Great Commoner," premieres

1960-03-22

1st patent for lasers, granted to Arthur Schawlow & Charles Townes

1960-11-14

Ray Charles' "Georgia On My Mind" reaches #1

1961-04-12

3rd Grammy Awards: Theme From a Summer Place, Ray Charles wins 4

1961-05-31

JFK visits Charles de Gaulle in Paris

1962-01-31

Gen Charles P Cabell, USAF, ends term as deputy director of CIA

1962-08-22

Failed assassination on French president Charles de Gaulle

1963-01-22

The Elysée treaty of cooperation between France and Germany was signed by Charles de Gaulle and Konrad Adenauer.

1964-05-31

Charles Schmid kills first Pied Piper victim

1964-08-18

Charles Helu elected president of Lebanon

1965-07-30

Charles Ives' "From the Steeples & the Mountains" premieres

1965-10-07

Charles Linster does 6,006 consecutive push-ups

1966-07-08

King Mwambutsa IV Bangiriceng of Burundi is deposed by his son Prince Charles Ndizi.

1966-08-01

Charles Whitman wounds 31 & kills 16 at University of Texas

1966-09-12

Gemini XI (Charles Conrad & R Gordon) launched for 71-hour flight

1967-07-24

Charles de Gaulle says 'Vive le Quebec libre! Long live free Quebec!'

1967-09-03

Final episode of "What's My Line?" hosted by John Charles Daly on CBS TV

1967-11-27

French President Charles de Gaulle said 'Non!' to British entry to the European Common Market for the second time

1968-05-13

1,000,000 French demonstrate against Charles De Gaulle & Georges Pompidou

1968-05-24

French President Charles de Gaulle proposes referendum & students set fire to Paris bourse

1969-04-28

Charles de Gaulle resigns as president of France

1969-05-04

Charles Gordone's "No Place to be Somebody" premieres in NYC

1969-06-25

Pancho Gonzalez beats Charles Pasarell in 112 game (5hr12m) marathon

1969-07-01

Charles Philip Arthur George invested as Prince of Wales

1970-01-01

Charles "Chub" Feeney becomes president of baseball's National League

1970-02-04

"Charles Aznavour" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 23 performances

1970-02-22

"Charles Aznavour" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 23 perfs

1970-03-01

Charles Manson's album "Lie" is released

1970-06-23

Charles Rangel defeats Adam Clayton Powell in Democratic primary

1970-10-23

Charles Haughey and two others are found not guilty of illegal arms importation by a Dublin jury; the 'Arms Trial' began on 28 May 1970

1970-11-29

Charles Ives' "Yale-Princeton" premieres

1971-01-19

Beatles' "Helter Skelter" is played at Charles Manson trial

1971-01-25

Charles Manson & 3 women followers convicted of Tate-LaBianca murders

1971-04-11

35th Golf Masters Championship: Charles Coody wins, shooting a 279

1971-04-19

Charles Manson sentenced to life (Sharon Tate murder)

1971-08-15

Charles Lismont wins Helsinki marathon (2:13:09.0)

1972-04-21

John Young & Charles Duke explores Moon (Apollo 16)

1972-04-22

Apollo astronauts John Young & Charles Duke ride on Moon

1974-03-08

Charles de Gaulle Airport opens in Paris, France

1974-09-14

Charles Kowal discovers Leda, 13th satellite of Jupiter

1977-02-05

US male Figure Skating championship won by Charles Tickner

1978-02-12

US male Figure Skating championship won by Charles Tickner

1978-03-07

Belgian baron Charles Bracht kidnapped

1978-03-09

Men's Figure Skating Champions in Ottawa won by Charles Tickner (USA)

1978-10-18

1st daughter Susan Ford announces engagement to Charles F Vance

1979-02-03

US male Figure Skating championship won by Charles Tickner

1979-12-03

45th Heisman Trophy Award: Charles White, Southern Cal (RB)

1980-01-20

US male Figure Skating championship won by Charles Tickner

1981-02-21

Charles Rocket clearly says "fuck" on Saturday Night Live

1981-02-24

Britain's Prince Charles announces engagement to Lady Diana Spencer

1981-06-13

Tom Snyder interviews Charles Manson on "Tomorrow"

1981-08-24

American Charles Chapman is 1st black to swim English Channel

1981-11-05

Charles Fuller's "Soldier's Play" premieres in NYC

1982-06-22

Prince Charles & Princess Diana take son Prince William home from hospital

1982-06-28

Prince Charles & Lady Diana name their baby "William"

1982-12-07

In Texas, Charles Brooks, Jr. becomes the first person to be executed by lethal injection in the US.

1984-05-17

Prince Charles calls a proposed addition to the National Gallery, London, a "monstrous carbuncle on the face of a much-loved and elegant friend," sparking controversies on the proper role of the Royal Family and the course of modern architecture.

1984-07-23

Suzette Charles (NJ), 21, replaces Williams as 57th Miss America 1984

1986-01-23

1st induction of Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame (Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Domino, Everly Bros, B Holly, J L Lewis & Elvis Presley)

1986-12-21

Amy Alcott/Bob Charles wins LPGA Mazda Golf Championship

1987-06-18

Charles Glass, ABC journalist, kidnapped in Lebanon

1987-08-12

Charles Cole climbs 870'Tyrolean Traverse from top of Elephant Rock

1988-03-10

Avalanche at Swiss Ski resort Klosters nearly kills Prince Charles

1988-08-26

Mehran Karimi Nasseri arrives at Charles de Gaulle International Airport.

1989-02-13

Oklahoma football player Charles Thompson is charged with selling cocaine; he is later sentenced to 2 years in prison

1989-12-24

Charles Taylor enters Liberia to unseat President Samuel K Doe

1990-05-28

Eugenia Charles' Dominican Freedom Party wins election in Dominica

1990-10-03

Florida record store owner Charles Freeman is found guilty of obsenity, for selling 2 Live Crew rap records

1990-11-29

Expos pres Claude Brochu agrees to buy club from Charles Bronfman

1991-08-07

Charles Austin breaks US high jump record at 7'10½"

1991-12-05

Charles Keating Jr (Lincoln Savings & Loan fraud), found guilty

1992-06-17

Phila 76ers trade Charles Barkley to Phoenix Suns

1992-10-15

Charles Taylor launches an offensive against Monrovia Liberia

1993-06-05

Liberian Charles Taylors rebellion kills 550 fugitives

1993-11-20

Savings and Loan scandal: The United States Senate Ethics Committee issues a stern censure of California senator Alan Cranston for his "dealings" with savings-and-loan executive Charles Keating.

1994-03-07

Charles Taylor resigns as pres of Liberia

1994-05-01

Charles Kuralt retires as CBS newsman (On the Road)

1995-11-20

Diana, Pricess of Wales, admits she cheated on Prince Charles in a TV interview

1997-12-13

63rd Heisman Trophy Award: Charles Woodson, Michigan (CB)

1998-01-14

Charles Barkley pleads not guilty to an assault charge

1999-08-09

Charles Kennedy wins the race to succeed Paddy Ashdown as the leader of the Liberal Democrats, UK

2000-02-13

The last original "Peanuts" comic strip appears in newspapers one day after Charles M. Schulz dies.

2004-05-23

Part of Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport's Terminal 2E collapses, killing four people and injuring three others.

2005-07-22

Jean Charles de Menezes is killed by police as the hunt begins for the London Bombers. See 7 July 2005 London bombings and 21 July 2005 London bombings

2006-10-02

Five school girls are murdered by Charles Carl Roberts in a shooting at an Amish school in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania before Roberts commits suicide.

2014-01-08

40th People's Choice Awards: Johnny Depp & Sandra Bullock win (Movie Star) and Josh Charles & Stana Katić win (Dramatic TV)

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Charles - Notable Birthdays

Charles INov 19, 1600

Charles PerraultJan 12, 1628

Charles IIMay 29, 1630

Pierre Charles L'EnfantAug 2, 1754

William Henry HarrisonFeb 9, 1773

John TylerMar 29, 1790

Charles BabbageDec 26, 1791

Charles LyellNov 14, 1797

Charles GoodyearDec 29, 1800

Charles DarwinFeb 12, 1809

Charles DickensFeb 7, 1812

Charles TupperJul 2, 1821

Lewis CarrollJan 27, 1832

Le CorbusierOct 6, 1887

Charles de GaulleNov 22, 1890

LucianoNov 24, 1896

Jimmie RodgersSep 8, 1897

Charles A LindberghFeb 4, 1902

Charles R. DrewJun 3, 1904

Ezzard CharlesJul 7, 1921

Charles BronsonNov 3, 1921

Charles M. SchulzNov 26, 1922

Ray CharlesSep 23, 1930

Charles MansonNov 12, 1934

Buddy HollySep 7, 1936

Joe ClarkJun 5, 1939

Patrick StewartJul 13, 1940

Camilla Parker BowlesJul 17, 1947

Al SharptonOct 3, 1954

Charles BarkleyFeb 20, 1963

Prince WilliamJun 21, 1982

Charles - Birthdays
Date Event
686-08-23

Charles Martel, grandfather of Charlemagne (d. 741)

823-06-13

Charles II, the Bald, King of France (843-77)/emperor (875-77)

879-09-17

Charles III, [The Simple], king of France (893-923)

1270-03-12

Charles of Valois, son of Philip III of France (d. 1325)

1271-09-08

Charles Martel d'Anjou, son of Charles II of Naples (d. 1295)

1316-05-14

Charles IV, King of Bohemia (1346-78) and Holy Roman Emperor (1355-78). Dies 1378

1338-01-21

King Charles V, (Charles the Wise), of France (1364-80)

1338-02-03

Jeanne de Bourbon, wife of Charles V of France (d. 1378)

1368-02-03

Charles VI, King of France (1380-1422)

1368-12-03

Charles VI, [the Well-Beloved], king of France (1380-1422)

1372-03-13

Louis of Valois, Duke of Orléans, brother of Charles VI of France (d. 1407)

1394-11-24

Charles, Duke of Orléans, French poet (d. 1465)

1403-02-22

Charles VII, King of France (1422-61), drove out the English from Northern France. Died 1461.

1433-11-10

Charles of Charolais, the Bold, Duke of Burgundy/polyglot

1446-05-03

Margaret of York / Margaret of Burgendy, wife of Charles I, Duke of Burgundy (d. 1503)

1457-02-13

Mary of Burgundy, daughter of Charles the Bold and wife of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1482)

1467-11-09

Charles of Egmond, duke of Gelre/earl of Zutphen [or Nov 10]

1467-11-10

Charles of Egmond, duke of Gelre/earl of Zutphen [or Nov 9]

1468-03-28

Charles I, Duke of Savoy

1470-06-30

Charles VIII, King of France (1483-98), invaded Italy

1486-10-10

Charles III, Duke of Savoy

1490-02-17

Charles de Bourbon, officer/governor (Lombardy)

1523-12-22

Charles "Cardinal" of Bourbon, archbishop Rouen

1524-02-15

Charles de Guise, archbishop/cardinal of Reims

1526-02-19

Charles de L'Ecluse, Flemish botanist (d. 1609)

1538-10-02

Saint Charles Borromeo, Italian cardinal (d. 1584)

1540-06-03

Charles I of Austria (d. 1590)

1543-02-18

Charles III, Duke of Lorraine (d. 1608)

1549-09-01

Charles Philip of Croij, marquis of Havre/earl of Fontenoy, etc

1550-06-27

Charles IX, King of France (1560-74)

1550-10-04

Charles IX, King of Sweden

1554-03-26

Charles of Lorraine, Duke of Mayenne, French military leader (d. 1611)

1560-07-01

Charles van Croij, prince of Chimay/duke of Aarschot

1562-01-12

Charles Emanuel I, the great, Duke of Savoy

1580-09-15

Charles Annibal Fabrot, French lawyer (d. 1659)

1592-11-05

Charles Chauncy, English-born president of Harvard College (d. 1672)

1597-03-01

Jean-Charles de la Faille, Belgian mathematician (d. 1652)

1599-03-22

Anthony Van Dyck, Flemish painter (Charles I of England)

1600-11-19

Charles I, King of England (1625-49); executed by Parliament

1604-04-05

Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine (d. 1675)

1605-10-16

Charles C Dassoucy, French writer/singer

1606-05-25

Charles Garnier, French Jesuit missionary (d. 1649)

1610-04-01

Charles de Saint-Évremond, French soldier (d. 1703)

1610-10-06

Charles de Sainte-Maure, duc de Montausier, French soldier (d. 1690)

1610-12-18

Charles Du Fresne Du Cange, French scholar/philologist

1619-02-24

Charles Le Brun, French artist (d. 1690)

1628-01-12

Charles Perrault, Paris France, author (Mother Goose)

1628-01-12

Charles Perrault, Maleficent

1628-05-17

Archduke Ferdinand Charles of Austria, Regent of the Tyrol (d. 1662)

1630-04-28

Charles Cotton, English poet (d. 1687)

1630-05-29

Charles II, St. James's Palace, London, King of England, Scotland and Ireland (1660-85)

1631-05-04

Mary I Henriette Stuart, daughter of Charles I/queen of England

1633-12-26

Charles E Biset, Flemish painter, baptised

1634-06-20

Charles Emanuel II, Duke of Savoy (1638-75)

1637-08-27

Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore, Governor of the Province of Maryland (d. 1715)

1638-01-24

Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset, English poet (d. 1706)

1638-11-25

Catherine of Braganza, Queen of Charles II of England (d. 1705)

1643-04-05

Charles V Leopold, Duke of Lorraine/fieldmarshal in Austria

1646-04-20

Charles Plumier, French botanist (d. 1704)

1649-04-09

James Scott, duke of Monmouth, bastard son of English king Charles II

1650-02-02

Nell [Eleanor] Gwyn, English actress/mistress (King Charles II)

1655-11-24

Charles XI, King of Sweden (1660-97)

1655-12-28

Charles Cornwallis, 3rd Baron Cornwallis, First Lord of the British Admiralty (d. 1698)

1658-02-18

Charles-Irénée Castel de Saint-Pierre, French writer (d. 1743)

1659-07-28

Charles Ancillon, French Huguenot pastor (d. 1715)

1660-07-24

Charles Talbot, 1st Duke of Shrewsbury, English politician (d. 1718)

1661-01-30

Charles Rollin, French historian (d. 1741)

1661-04-16

Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax, British poet and statesman (d. 1715)

1661-11-06

Charles II, last Habsburg king of Spain (reigns 1665-1700)

1662-08-13

Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset, English politician (d. 1748)

1667-10-28

Maria Anna of Neuburg, second wife of Charles II of Spain (d. 1740)

1670-05-08

Charles Beauclerk, 1st Duke of St Albans, English soldier (d. 1726)

1671-02-19

Charles-Hubert Gervais, composer

1682-06-17

Charles XII, King of Sweden (1697-1718)

1683-10-25

Charles FitzRoy, 2nd Duke of Grafton, British politician (d. 1757)

1685-02-08

Charles-Jean-François Hénault, French historian (d. 1770)

1685-10-01

Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor (1711-40) (d. 1740)

1689-01-18

Charles de Montesquieu, France, philosopher/writer (Letters Persanes)

1690-11-24

Charles Theodore Pachelbel, composer

1693-09-03

Charles Radclyffe, British politician (d. 1746)

1694-07-11

Charles-Antoine Coypel, French carpet designer

1697-08-06

Charles VII, Holy Roman emperor (1742-45)

1701-01-28

Charles Marie de La Condamine, French mathematician and geographer (d. 1774)

1701-04-27

Charles Emanuel I, King of Sardinia

1701-10-18

Charles le Beau, French historian (d. 1778)

1704-02-12

Charles Pinot Duclos, French writer (d. 1772)

1705-02-15

Charles A Vanloo, French painter

1707-12-18

Charles Wesley, co-founder (Methodist movement)

1709-02-16

Charles Avison, composer

1710-11-13

Charles Simon Favart, French dramatist (d. 1792)

1712-11-25

Charles-Michel de l'Épée, French philanthropist and developer of 'Signed French' (d. 1789)

1712-12-12

Charles Alexander, Duke of Lotharingen

1713-05-06

Charles Batteux, French philosopher (d. 1780)

1713-08-01

Charles I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (d. 1780)

1714-02-25

René Nicolas Charles Augustin de Maupeou, Chancellor of France (d. 1792)

1714-09-19

Charles Humphreys, American delegate to the Continental Congress (d. 1786)

1715-03-19

Charles-Joseph van Helmont, composer

1715-07-16

Charles, Prince de Rohan-Soubise, marshal of France

1715-11-23

Pierre Charles Le Monnier, French astronomer (d. 1799)

1716-01-20

King Charles III of Spain (d. 1788)

1717-12-20

Charles Gravier, comte de Vergennes, French statesman and diplomat (d. 1787)

1719-08-20

Charles-François de Broglie, marquis de Ruffec, French soldier and diplomat (d. 1791)

1720-01-30

Charles De Geer, Swedish industrialist and entomologist (d. 1778)

1720-03-13

Charles Bonnet, Swiss naturalist and writer (d. 1793)

1720-08-17

Charles D J Eisen, French engraver/painter (Contes de La Fontaine)

1720-12-20

Charles Edward Stuart, [Bonnie Prince Charlie/Young Pretender]

1720-12-31

[Bonnie Prince] Charles Edward Stuart, English pretender to throne

1722-12-30

Charles Yorke, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain (d. 1770)

1723-03-22

Charles Carroll, American statesman (d. 1783)

1724-12-01

Charles Theodoor, elector (Palts & Bayern)

1725-08-29

Charles Townshend, English politician (d. 1767)

1726-04-12

Charles Burney, English music historian (d. 1814)

1726-10-14

Charles Middleton, 1st Baron Barham, English sailor and politician (d. 1813)

1728-01-06

Charles-Joseph-Balthazar Sohier, composer

1728-10-03

Charles G Chevalier d'Eon de Beaumont, French spy/transvestite

1728-12-22

Charles Frederick, Baden, liberal ruler of Baden

1730-01-03

Charles Palissot de Montenoy, French writer/politician

1730-02-21

Charles L Fournier, Flemish writer/painter

1730-05-13

Charles Watson-Wentworth 2nd Marquis of Rockingham, British PM (1765-66, 1782) and Whig

1730-06-26

Charles Joseph Messier, astronomer (cataloguer of "M objects")

1731-12-12

Erasmus Darwin, Newark-on-Trent, U.K., influential English physician, poet, philosopher, and botanist (and grandfather of Charles Darwin)

1732-02-06

Charles Lee, General in the American Revolution (d. 1782)

1733-05-04

Jean-Charles de Borda, French mathematician, physicist, political scientist, and sailor (d. 1799)

1733-10-14

François Sebastien Charles Joseph de Croix, Count of Clerfayt, Austrian field marshal (d. 1798)

1735-05-23

Charles Joseph, prince the Ligne, Belgian fieldmarshal/author

1736-06-14

Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, physicist (formulated Coulomb's Law)

1736-11-26

Charles-Joseph Panckoucke, French publisher (Mercure de France)

1737-08-14

Charles Hutton, mathematician

1737-09-19

Charles Carroll, signed Decl of Ind

1738-12-31

Charles Lord Cornwallis, soldier/statesman "fire when ready Gridley"

1739-01-25

Charles François Dumouriez, French general (d. 1823)

1739-03-19

Charles-François Lebrun, duc de Plaisance, Third Consul of France (d. 1824)

1741-04-15

Charles Willson Peale, US, port painter/inventor (George Washington)

1745-03-04

Charles Dibdin, English composer (d.1814)

1746-11-12

Jacques-Alexandre-César Charles, Beaugency, French inventor and balloonist who, with Nicholas Robert, was the first to take flight in a hydrogen balloon

1748-10-07

Charles XIII, King of Sweden (1809-18)/Norway (1814-18)

1748-11-11

King Charles IV of Spain (d. 1819) Reigned 1788-1808

1751-05-24

Charles Emanuel II, King of Sardina (1796-1802)

1751-12-09

Maria Luisa of Parma, queen of Charles IV of Spain (d. 1819)

1752-02-20

Charles Broche, composer

1753-08-01

Charles, 3rd earl Stanhope, England, radical politician/scientist

1754-02-13

Charles Maurice de Talleyrand, French politician (d. 1838)

1754-08-02

Pierre Charles L'Enfant, Anet France, architect laid out Wash DC, (d. 1825)

1756-04-07

Charles Felix, King of Sardina (1821-31)

1757-09-03

Charles X, Versailles France, Duke of Prussia

1757-10-09

Charles X, reactionary king of France (1824-30); deposed

1757-12-11

Charles Wesley, composer

1757-12-11

Charles Wesley, Cast Away

1758-10-26

Louis-Charles-Joseph Rey, composer

1759-05-18

Charles Duquesnoy, composer

1761-02-16

Charles Pichegru, French general (d. 1804)

1762-09-16

Charles G G, earl of Merode/mayor of Brussels/French senator

1763-01-08

Edmond Charles Genêt, French diplomat (d. 1834)

1763-01-26

Charles XIV, French marshall, king of Sweden & Norway (1818-44)

1763-08-08

Charles Bulfinch, Boston Mass, 1st US pro architect (Mass State House)

1763-12-31

Pierre-Charles Villeneuve, French admiral (d. 1806)

1764-03-13

Charles Earl Grey, (Whig), British PM (1830-34)

1764-08-20

Charles F Bentinck, Dutch minister of Colonies

1764-08-22

Charles Percier, French architect (d. 1838)

1764-10-14

Charles-Henri Plantade, composer

1765-03-04

Charles Dibdin, England, composer/author (Sea Songs)/actor (baptized)

1768-03-13

Charles Louis WJ van Keverberg, Dutch civil servant

1768-05-03

Charles Tennant, Scottish chemist and industrialist (d. 1838)

1768-08-17

Louis Charles Antoine Desaix, French general (d. 1800)

1769-05-04

Charles Hague, composer

1770-05-19

Antoine-Charles Glachant, composer

1771-01-17

Charles Brockden Brown, father of American novel (Wieland)

1771-06-03

Charles Bernard Desormes, Dijon, French Physicist and Chemist who determined the ratio of the specific heats of gases as well as the exact composition of carbon monoxide and carbon disulphide

1771-09-05

Charles L J, archduke of Austria/Gov (Austria Netherland)

1772-04-07

F M Charles Fourier, French socialist

1773-02-09

William Henry Harrison, Charles City Virginia, 9th President of the United States (March 4-April 4, 1841)

1775-02-10

Charles Lamb, London England, critic/poet/essayist

1775-04-11

Charles-Francois Dumonchau, composer

1776-05-13

Charles Ots, composer

1776-12-29

Charles Macintosh, Scotland, patented waterproof fabric

1777-03-31

Charles Cagniard de la Tour, French physicist (d. 1859)

1777-05-04

Charles-Louis-Joseph Hanssens, composer

1778-01-24

Charles F, duke of Berry/son of French King Charles X

1778-05-18

Charles William Vane, 3rd Marquess of Londonderry (d. 1854)

1778-07-28

Charles Stewart, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1869

1780-04-29

Charles Nodier, French writer (d. 1844)

1780-04-29

Charles Nodier, La légende de soeur Béatrix

1780-11-03

Victor-Charles-Paul Dourlen, composer

1780-12-23

Charles-Louis Panckoucke, French publisher

1781-12-01

Charles Philippe Lafont, composer

1782-06-03

Charles Waterton, eccentric naturalist/pioneer

1782-08-10

Charles Napier, London, soldier

1782-09-25

Charles Robert Maturin, Irish playwright and novelist (d. 1824)

1783-12-19

Charles-Julien Brianchon, France, mathematician (Brianchon's theorem)

1785-02-22

Jean Charles Athanase Peltier, Ham, French Physicist (Peltier effect 1834)

1785-03-27

Louis XVII Charles, king of France (1793-95)

1785-11-28

Achille-Charles, duc de Broglie, French PM (1835-36)

1786-08-25

[Charles] Louis I, (Augustus), King of Bavaria (Lola Montez)

1787-12-15

Charles Cowden Clarke, English editor/Shakespearean critic

1790-03-29

John Tyler, Charles City County Virginia, (D/W) 10th Pres (1841-1845)

1790-08-22

Charles-Gaspard Delestre-Poirson, Le comte Ory

1791-02-01

Charles J Sax, Belgian music instrument builder

1791-03-15

Charles Knight, English publisher (d. 1873)

1791-10-26

Charles Sprague, Boston, banker/poet (Curiosity)

1791-12-14

Charles Wolfe, Irish poet (d. 1823)

1791-12-26

Charles Babbage, London, British inventor (calculating machine), (d. 1871)

1792-09-05

Alexis-Charles-Maximilien Thibault, composer

1793-03-03

William Charles Macready, English actor (d. 1873)

1793-12-15

Henry Charles Carey, Phila, economist (Principles of Poli Economy)

1795-02-15

Charles Niellon, Belgian brigade general (10 day campaign)

1795-04-28

Charles Sturt, England, explorer (Australia)

1795-05-23

Charles Barry, architect

1795-09-20

Charles Heinrich Christoph Zeuner, composer

1797-08-09

Charles Robert Malden, British naval officer (d. 1855)

1797-11-14

Charles Lyell, Scotland, geologist (Principles of Geology)

1798-02-22

Charles Mynn Thruston, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1873

1798-04-03

Charles D Wilkes, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1877

1798-07-15

Charles H Bell, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1875

1798-10-12

Charles Albert, King of Sardinia (1831-49)

1800-12-29

Charles Goodyear, New Haven Connecticut, American inventor (vulcanization process for rubber)

1802-01-03

Charles Pelham Villiers, British House of Commons member (d. 1898)

1802-02-06

Charles Wheatstone, English physicist/musician [or Feb 7]

1802-02-20

Charles-Auguste de Beriot, Belgian violinist/composer

1802-02-20

Charles-Auguste de Beriot, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

1802-07-12

Charles-Louis Hanssens, composer

1803-04-18

Charles F Pahud de Montagnes, gov-gen of Neth East Indies (1856-61)

1803-05-24

Charles LJL Bonaparte, Corsican/French prince of Canino/Musignano

1803-09-29

Charles-Francois Sturm, French mathematician (Sturm's Theorem)

1804-04-26

Charles Goodyear, American politician (d. 1876)

1804-12-23

Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve, French critic/writer (Informal Talk)

1805-06-21

Charles Thomas Jackson, American scientist, polymath (d. 1880)

1806-01-14

Sir Charles Hotham, Governor of Victoria (d. 1855)

1806-05-27

Charles-Joseph Tolbecque, composer

1807-01-16

Charles Henry Davis, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1877

1807-04-24

Charles Ferguson Smith, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1807-08-18

Charles Francis Adams, (Union), died in 1886

1808-05-17

Charles-Louis-Adolphe Vogel, composer

1808-06-11

Charles Henry Poor, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1882

1808-07-28

Charles Lucas, composer

1809-02-12

Charles Darwin, England, discovered evolution (Origin of the Species)

1809-02-12

Charles Darwin,

1809-02-25

Charles d'Albert, The Heiress

1809-07-30

Charles Chiniquy, Quebec-born excommunicated Catholic priest (d. 1899)

1810-02-01

Charles Lenox Remond, Salem Mass, famous black American orator and abolitionist

1811-01-06

Charles Sumner, leading Reconstruction senator, died in 1874

1811-05-24

Charles Clark, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1877

1811-12-02

Jean-Charles Chapais, French Canadian politician, Father of the Canadian Confederation (d. 1885)

1812-02-07

Charles Dickens, England, novelist (Oliver Twist, Tale of 2 Cities)

1812-02-07

Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

1812-02-15

Charles Lewis Tiffany, Killingly Ct, jeweler (Tiffany)

1812-12-14

Charles J Canning, English earl/1st viceroy of British-Indies

1813-02-13

Charles Pierre Schimpf, governor of Suriname (1855-59)

1813-11-30

Charles-Henri Valentin Alkan, composer

1814-02-26

Charles Joseph Sainte-Claire Deville, French geologist (d. 1876)

1814-03-03

Charles Kensington Salaman, composer

1814-05-14

Charles Beyer, German-British locomotive engineer (d. 1876)

1814-05-30

Eugène Charles Catalan, Belgian mathematician (d. 1894)

1814-06-08

Charles Reade, England, novelist (Cloister & Hearth)

1814-06-08

Charles Reade, It's Never Too Late to Mend

1814-09-08

Charles-Étienne Brasseur de Bourbourg, French writer and historian (d. 1874)

1815-01-01

Charles Renouvier, French philosopher (neocriticism)

1816-04-22

Charles Denis Bourbaki, French general

1816-08-21

Charles Frédéric Gerhardt, French chemist (d. 1856)

1817-02-15

Charles F Daubigny, French restauranteur/painter

1817-07-30

Charles Radoux-Rogier, composer

1817-09-21

Charles Balmer, composer

1817-09-23

Leon Charles Francois Kreutzer, composer

1818-06-17

Charles Francois Gounod, Paris France, opera composer (Faust)

1818-06-17

Charles Gounod, 28 Days Later...

1818-08-07

Henry Charles Litolff, French composer/pianist

1819-01-03

Charles Piazzi Smyth, Astronomer Royal for Scotland (d. 1900)

1819-03-04

Charles Oberthur, composer

1819-04-14

Charles Halle, pianist/conductor/founder (Halle Orch)

1819-06-12

Charles Kingsley, [Parson Lot], Engl vicar/historian (Westward Ho!)

1819-07-02

Charles-Louis Hanon, French composer (d. 1900)

1819-07-12

Charles Kingsley, The Water Babies

1819-08-08

Charles Anderson Dana, Asst Secy War, (Union) died in 1897

1819-08-15

Charles Morton, Good Night

1820-04-04

Charles Devens Jr, Major General, Bvt (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1821-02-01

Charles Samvei Bovy-Lysberg, composer

1821-02-21

Charles Scribner, US, music publisher (Scribner Catalog)

1821-04-09

Charles-Pierre Baudelaire, France, symbolist poet (Flowers of Evil)

1821-04-09

Charles Baudelaire, Messengers

1821-05-11

[Carlos] Charles John Stolbrand, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1821-07-02

Charles Tupper, Amherst Nova Scotia, (C) 6th Prime Minister of Canada (69-day term)

1821-09-17

Charles Victor Arthur Saint-Leon, composer

1821-11-23

Charles Meryon, British/French etcher

1822-02-09

Charles T Stork, Dutch industrialist

1822-03-01

Charles Champion Gilbert, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1822-05-04

Charles Boucher de Boucherville, Quebec politician (d. 1915)

1822-09-16

Charles S Crocker, Pres of Central & South Pacific Railroad

1822-11-16

Charles Smith Hamilton, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1822-12-03

Charles Adam Heckman, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1896

1822-12-16

Charles Edward Horsley, composer

1822-12-24

Charles Hermite, French mathematician (E is Transcendent)

1823-08-10

Charles Keene, Hornsey, artist

1823-08-10

Charles Thomas Campbell, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1824-02-28

Charles Blondin, France, acrobat/aerialist

1824-05-10

Charles Henry Van Wyck, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1824-06-03

Charles Kinnaird Graham, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1824-10-23

Charles Fechter, Monte Cristo

1825-04-25

Charles Ferdinand Dowd, US, standardized time zones

1825-10-31

Charles Lavigerie, French cardinal (d. 1892)

1825-12-18

Charles Griffin, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1826-01-12

Charles Cruft, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1826-05-03

Charles XV Louis E, King of Sweden/Norway (1859-72)/poet

1826-11-13

Charles Frederick Worth, English-born couturier (d. 1895)

1826-12-18

Charles-A Chatrian, [Erckmann-C], French writer (L'ami Fritz)

1827-02-19

Charles Robert Woods, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1855

1827-02-24

Charles Davis Jameson, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1827-04-26

Charles Edward Hovey, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1827-08-27

Charles de Coster, Legenda o Tile

1828-04-06

Charles William Field, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1892

1828-04-24

Charles Nuitter, Dr. Coppelius

1828-10-02

Charles Floquet, French statesman (d. 1896)

1829-03-14

Charles Charlesworth, England, (dies at 7 of old age)

1829-03-20

Charles Albert White, composer

1829-06-03

Alfonse Charles Renaud de Vilback, composer

1829-09-12

Charles Dudley Warner, Mass, newspaperman/author (Being a Boy)

1829-09-24

Charles S. West, Texas jurist and politician (d. 1885)

1829-10-18

Charles Sidney Winder, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1862

1830-9-25

Charles Manley, Uncle Josh at the Moving Picture Show

1831-10-01

Claudius Charles Wilson, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1863

1832-01-27

Lewis Carroll, [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson], Halton, Cheshire, author (Alice in Wonderland), (d. 1898)

1832-03-12

Charles Boycott, Ireland, estate manager/caused boycotts

1832-03-16

Charles Camp Doolittle, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteer)

1832-06-03

Alexander Charles Lecocq, composer

1832-06-03

Charles Lecocq, La petite mariée

1833-01-28

Charles George Gordon, London, general (China, Khartoum)

1833-08-26

Charles Jackson Paine, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1833-12-28

Charles Miller Shelley, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1907

1834-03-20

Charles William Elliot, Boston, Pres of Harvard (1869-1909)

1834-04-26

Artemus Ward, (Charles Farrar Browne), humorist

1834-06-19

Charles Spurgeon, English preacher (d. 1892)

1834-10-07

Charles Crozat Converse, There Will Be Blood

1835-01-02

Charles Russell Lowell Jr, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1835-01-31

William Charles Lunalilo, Monarch of Hawaii (d. 1874)

1835-02-27

Charles Cartuyvels, Belgian pulprit orator

1835-03-06

Charles Ewing, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1836-01-10

Charles Ingalls, father of Laura Ingalls Wilder (d. 1902)

1836-03-05

Charles Goodnight, American cattle rancher (d. 1929)

1837-02-26

Charles Woeste, Belgian count/min of Justice

1837-03-14

Charles Ammi Cutter, US librarian (Expansive classification)

1837-03-23

Charles Wyndham, David Garrick

1837-04-05

Algernon Charles Swinburne, England, poet (Atalanta in Calydon)

1837-04-05

Charles Algernon Swinburne, Sea Without Shore

1837-04-05

Algernon Charles Swinburne, Between the Sunset and the Sea

1837-04-25

William Charles Levey, composer

1837-12-02

Charles Garrison Harker, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1838-01-04

Charles Stratton, [General Tom Thumb] (famous short person)

1838-02-12

Charles Carroll Walcott, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1898

1839-09-10

Charles Peirce, American philosopher (d. 1914)

1840-02-17

Charles Warren,

1840-10-04

Charles Ferdinand Lenepveu, composer

1841-05-24

Charles Napier Henry, painter

1841-09-08

Charles J. Guiteau, American assassin of James A. Garfield (d. 1882)

1842-01-22

Charles Henri Marechal, composer

1842-10-01

Charles Cros, French mathematician/chemist/poet (Le Hareng Saur)

1842-10-01

Charles Cros, Felicity Lott in Recital

1842-10-28

Charles Boissevain, editor Dutch Algemeen Handelsblad (1885-1908)

1842-12-03

Charles Alfred Pillsbury, American industrialist (d. 1899)

1843-01-11

Charles Yelverton O'Connor, Irish-Australian engineer (d. 1902)

1843-05-21

Charles-Albert Gobat, Tramelan, Switzerland, Swiss politician, recipient of the 1902 Nobel Peace Prize (d. 1914)

1843-06-19

Charles Edouard Lefebvre, composer

1843-09-04

Charles Wentworth Dilke, English under minister of Foreign affairs

1844-02-21

Charles-Marie Widor, Lyons France, composer/prof (Paris Conservatory)

1844-02-21

Charles Marie Widor,

1844-07-01

Charles Walcott, Phil-for-Short

1844-10-12

Charles King, The Indian Wars

1845-01-16

Charles D. Sigsbee, Captain Sigsbee on Deck of the U.S. Battleship Texas

1845-06-18

Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran, French physician, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (d. 1922)

1846-02-10

Charles Beresford, British admiral and politician (d. 1919)

1846-06-27

Charles S Parnell, English/Irish Home Rule Party-Lower house member

1846-07-19

Charles Edward Pickering, pioneered American spectroscopist

1846-11-04

Gaston Henri Charles Antoine Serpette, composer

1847-04-10

Charles Swinnerton Heap, composer

1847-09-13

Charles Dupee Blake, composer

1848-02-27

Charles Hubert H Parry, England, musicologist/composer (Jerusalem)

1848-02-27

Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Atonement

1849-10-16

Charles Harford Lloyd, composer

1850-08-04

Charles Coborn, Three Men in a Boat

1850-08-26

Charles Richet, French physiologist (anaphylaxis-Nobel 1913)

1851-04-21

Charles Barrois, French geologist (d. 1939)

1851-06-09

Charles Joseph Bonaparte, French politician (d. 1921)

1851-07-07

Charles Tindley, American gospel music composer (d. 1933)

1851-07-23

Charles Bannerman, Aussie cricket batsman (1st centurion)

1851-08-19

Charles Hires, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, American Inventor and Manufacturer of the Hires Root Beer beverage

1851-11-05

Charles Dupuy, French prime minister (d. 1923)

1851-11-06

Charles Dow, American journalist and economist (co-founded Dow Jones/1st editor of Wall St Journal) (d.1902)

1851-11-06

Charles A. Stevenson, Shore Acres

1852-02-16

Charles Taze Russell, religion founder (Jehovah's Witnesses)

1852-04-03

Charles E. Banks, Sweet Adeline

1852-05-11

Charles Warren Fairbanks, (R) 26th US VP (1905-09)

1852-05-11

Charles W. Fairbanks, H.R.H. The Prince of Wales Decorating the Monument of Champlain and Receiving Addresses of Welcome from the Mayor of Quebec, the Governor General of Canada and Vice President Fairbanks, Representative of the United States

1852-06-02

Charles Lawlor, 42

1852-06-18

Charles Kent, Twelfth Night

1852-09-30

Charles Villiers Stanford, Irish organist/composer

1852-9-30

Charles Villiers Stanford, The Royal Wedding

1853-04-21

Charles-Theodore Malherbe, composer

1853-05-08

Charles Lee Williams, composer

1853-08-06

Charles J. Badger, Victory

1853-12-09

Charles "Old Hoss" Radbourn, Rochester NY, pitcher (60-12 in 1884)

1853-12-19

Charles Fitzpatrick, Canadian politician, lieutenant-governor of Quebec (d. 1942)\

1853-12-30

Andre-Charles-Prosper Messager, composer

1854-03-21

Alick A C Bannerman, cricketer (bro of Charles, Australia 1878-1893)

1854-06-13

Charles Algernon Parsons, British inventor (steam turbine)

1854-07-25

Charles Eldridge, A Cure for Pokeritis

1855-07-16

Charles Francis Abdy Williams, composer

1855-08-13

Charles T. Dazey, Shifting Sands

1855-10-26

Charles Post, who had a way with breakfast cereals (Post Cereals)

1856-02-25

Charles Lang Freer, art collector; endowed Freer Gallery [or 1876]

1856-07-15

Charles Frohman, Are You a Mason?

1856-07-24

Charles Émile Picard, French mathematician (d. 1941)

1856-07-25

Charles Major, When Knighthood Was in Flower

1856-08-18

Charles Hutchison Gabriel, composer

1856-08-18

Charles Gabriel, Django Unchained

1856-9-06

Charles E. Evans, Happy Days

1856-9-14

Charles Plamondon,

1857-02-26

Charles Sheldon, In His Steps

1857-03-16

Charles Harding Firth, British historian (d. 1936)

1857-03-30

Leon Charles Thevenin, French telegraph engineer (d. 1926)

1857-04-20

Charles LP "Philip" Zilcken, painter/author (HW Knife Day)

1857-08-28

Charles Lamy, The Fall of the House of Usher

1857-11-27

Charles Scott Sherrington, British physiologist, Nobel laureate (d. 1952)

1858-02-14

Charles Beach Hawley, composer

1858-06-19

Charles Haddon George Alexander, [George Samson], British actor

1858-06-20

Charles W. Chesnutt, American writer (d. 1932)

1858-06-20

Charles W. Chesnutt, Veiled Aristocrats

1858-08-28

Charles Le Bargy, The Assassination of the Duke de Guise

1858-09-15

Charles E Vicomte de Foucauld, French explorer/hermit

1858-11-15

Charles Schwanenflügel, Fristerinden

1858-9-21

Charles Hawtrey, A Message from Mars

1859-02-18

Charles J. Ross, The Senator

1859-03-03

Charles-Lucien Lépine, Mephisto's Son

1859-07-06

Verner von Heidenstam, Sweden, poet/novelist (Charles Men, Nobel 1916)

1859-08-15

Charles A. Comiskey, The Giants-White Sox Tour

1859-08-19

Charles Comiskey, 1st basemen/manager (Chicago White Sox)

1859-10-29

Charles Ebbets, (namesake of Ebbets Field, Brooklyn)

1859-11-01

Charles Brantley Aycock, (Gov-NC)

1860-01-02

Charles Vane, The Secret Seven

1860-01-17

Charles K. French, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1860-01-25

Charles Curtis, (R) 31st US VP (1929-33)

1860-01-25

Charles Curtis,

1860-04-20

Charles Gordon Curtis, US attorney/inventor (Curtis Turbine)

1860-05-23

Charles S. Abbe, The Bishop's Candlesticks

1860-07-26

Charles Hale Hoyt, Band Drill

1861-01-30

Charles Martin Tornow Loeffler, Mulhouse Alsace, composer

1861-03-21

Charles Swickard, Hell's Hinges

1861-04-09

Charles Holroyd, painter/etcher

1861-12-15

Charles Edgar Duryea, inventor (1st auto built & operated in US)

1862-04-11

Charles Evans Hughs, 11th Chief Justice of Supreme Court (1930-41)

1862-04-11

Charles Evans Hughes, Animated Weekly, No. 40

1862-05-27

Charles Brandt, The College Widow

1862-11-16

Charles Thomas Biass Turner, cricketer (the "Terror")

1863-01-17

Henry Charles Tonking, composer

1863-02-12

Charles Schaeffer, The Winged Horseman

1863-04-26

Charles Haslewood Shannon, lithographer/painter

1863-05-12

Charles Bordes, composer

1863-05-14

John Charles Fields, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Canadian mathematician and founder of the Fields Medal

1863-06-17

Duke Charles Michael of Mecklenburg, head of the House of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (d. 1934)

1863-07-14

Charles Le Goffic, Morgane, the Enchantress

1863-09-28

Charles, Lisbon Portugal, king (1889-1908)

1863-12-02

Charles Ringling, American circus owner (d. 1926)

1863-12-06

Charles Martin Hall, American chemist (d. 1914)

1863-12-25

Charles Pathé, French pioneer of film and record industries (d. 1957)

1863-12-25

Charles Pathé, The Wheel

1864-01-20

Charles A. Taylor, The Half Breed

1864-03-19

Charles Marion Russell, American artist (d. 1926)

1864-04-10

Eugene Francis Charles D'Albert, German pianist/composer (Golem)

1864-08-10

Charles Herzinger, The Bat

1864-08-13

Charles Edler, A Kentucky Romance

1864-08-29

Charles Dalton, The Eternal Magdalene

1865-01-12

Charles Richman, Dark Victory

1865-01-17

Gen Sir Charles Fergusson, Governor-General of New Zealand (d. 1951)

1865-02-04

Charles Bally, Swiss linguist (Le langage et la vie)

1865-04-08

Charles W. Woodworth, American entomologist (d. 1940)

1865-04-09

Charles Proteus Steinmetz, Germany, experiment with AC electricity

1865-04-16

Charles Mosnier, Pasteur

1865-05-01

Charles Harris, Driving Miss Daisy

1865-06-05

Charles Ogle, A Christmas Carol

1865-06-14

Auguste Jean Maria Charles Serieyx, composer

1865-06-26

Charles E Bonin, French explorer/diplomat (China)

1865-07-15

Alfred Charles William Harmsworth, 1st viscount Northcliffe

1865-07-19

Charles Horace Mayo, surgeon/co-founder (Mayo Clinic)

1865-08-27

Charles Gates Dawes, (R) 30th VP (1925-29, Nobel 1925)

1865-08-27

Charles Dawes, October Sky

1865-10-03

Charles Henry Smith, The General

1865-10-27

Charles Spencelayh, English painter (d. 1958)

1865-11-17

Charles Cosgrave, The Job and the Jewels

1866-02-03

Charles Willumsen, Paradise Lost

1866-03-17

Augusta Lindberg, Charles XII

1866-05-30

Charles Rock, A Christmas Carol

1866-06-01

Charles B. Davenport,

1866-08-14

Charles Jean de la Vallée-Poussin, Belgian mathematician (d. 1962)

1866-09-21

Charles Jean Henri Nicolle France, bacteriologist (Nobel-1928)

1866-10-02

Charles de Souzy Ricketts, artist

1866-10-10

Mrs. Charles Craig, The Girl Who Had a Soul

1866-11-08

Charles Wilken, Glade dage

1866-11-17

Charles McComas, The Chicken Chasers

1867-01-01

Charles Edward Montague, English author/critic (Fiery Particles)

1867-01-07

Charles Klein, Furlough on Parole

1867-04-14

Charles Urban, Combatting the Elements

1867-06-11

Charles Fabry, discoverer (ozone layer in upper atmosphere)

1867-07-21

Charles Allen Dealey, A Waiting Game

1867-07-28

Charles Dillon Perrine, American-born astronomer (d. 1951)

1867-08-22

Charles Francis Jenkins, Dayton Ohio, American Inventor (altimeter, automobile self-starter, and early television pioneer)

1867-09-14

Charles Dana Gibson, illustrator, drew "Gibson Girl"

1867-10-15

Charles Mackay, Without Fear

1867-11-27

Charles Koechlin, French composer (d. 1950)

1867-11-27

Charles Koechlin, Return to Life

1867-9-14

Charles Dana Gibson, The Education of Mr. Pipp

1868-03-30

Charles B. Dillingham, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ

1868-04-17

Charles R Gallas, Dutch lexicographer (French dictionary)

1868-05-24

Charles E. Taylor, First aircraft maintenance professional (d. 1956)

1868-06-07

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish architect, designer, and illustrator (d. 1928)

1868-08-10

Charles Thurston, The Chaser

1868-08-16

Charles Sanford Skilton, composer

1868-10-02

Charles P. Kellogg, The Serpent's Tooth

1868-11-15

Charles Tait, The Story of the Kelly Gang

1869-01-03

Paul Charles Rene Landormy, composer

1869-01-25

Charles Lane, Sadie Thompson

1869-02-14

Charles Wilson, English physicist (Wilson cloud chamber-Nobel)

1869-07-22

Charles E. Cook, Live Wires

1869-9-05

Charles Darnton, The Iron Horse

1870-01-22

Charles Arnold Tournemire, composer

1870-01-29

Charles L. Gaskill, The Sleep of Cyma Roget

1870-04-18

Charles-Henry Hirsch, Lilac

1870-05-25

Charles Hill Mailes, The Mark of Zorro

1870-07-20

Charles McHugh, Be My Wife

1870-07-25

Charles McCann, The Tiger Woman

1870-08-24

Charles Sellon, Bright Eyes

1870-11-01

Charles Baldwin, Mumming Birds

1870-12-29

Charles Crockett, Abraham Lincoln

1871-01-09

Charles Kortright, British(?) cricket player

1871-02-14

Charles Kennedy, Little Old New York

1871-02-25

Charles Mussett, Number 17

1871-03-19

Charles Ross Taggart, Charles Ross Taggart

1871-09-10

Charles Collett, British mechanical engineer (d. 1952)

1871-12-14

Charles Mendl, Notorious

1871-12-19

Charles Hagen, Fashion Model

1871-9-06

Charles Giblyn, By the Sun's Rays

1872-03-03

Charles Løwaas, Ditte, Child of Man

1872-04-25

Charles Burgess Fry, cricketer/world record long jumper

1872-04-27

Charles Prince, Les timidités de Rigadin

1872-05-31

Charles G Abbot, US, astronomer (Constant Sun)

1872-06-22

Charles Murray, The Wizard of Oz

1872-07-27

Charles Belcher, The Thief of Bagdad

1872-07-28

Charles Mortimer Peck, The One-Way Trail

1872-09-25

Charles Blake Cochran, impresario

1872-11-19

Charles Cherry, The Mummy and the Humming Bird

1872-12-23

Charles Windermere, Six Gentlemen in a Row

1872-9-25

Charles B. Cochran, Evergreen

1873-01-20

Charles A Ellwood, US, sociologist/psychologist

1873-03-24

Charles Clary, The Penalty

1873-04-30

Charles Croker-King, The White Angel

1873-05-28

Charles Avery, Across the Alley

1873-11-11

Charles Penrose, The Derelict

1873-11-17

Charles Wellesley, The Poor Little Rich Girl

1873-12-01

Charles JM Ruys de Beerenbrouck, premier of Neth (1918-25, 29-33)

1874-01-29

Charles E. King, The Descendants

1874-03-30

Charles Herbert Lightoller,

1874-05-13

Charles E. Boss, Orphans of the Storm

1874-06-26

Charles Wheelock, A Brother's Sacrifice

1874-07-31

Charles Paton, Blackmail

1874-08-01

Charles S. Drew, A Day's Pleasure

1874-08-06

Charles Fort, American writer and researcher (d. 1932)

1874-08-06

Charles Fort, Magnolia

1874-08-22

Charles E. Kaufman, Civilization

1874-10-03

Charles Middleton, Duck Soup

1874-10-08

Charles Newton, The Sheriff of Plumas

1874-10-15

Charles Tenney Jackson, The Show

1874-10-20

Charles Edward Ives, Danbury Ct, composer (Holiday Quick Step)

1874-10-20

Charles Ives, The Thin Red Line

1874-11-18

Charles Simone, Il trovatore

1874-11-24

Charles William Miller, Brazilian footballer (d. 1953)

1874-11-27

Charles A Beard, American historian (American Continentalism)

1874-12-23

Charles Waldron, The Big Sleep

1874-9-29

Charles Sadler, God Is Good

1875-01-01

Charles Rist, French economist

1875-03-06

Charles Fallon, The Great Ziegfeld

1875-07-24

Charles Fuqua, Ranch Life in the Great Southwest

1875-08-15

Charles Alden Seltzer, Riddle Gawne

1875-11-20

Charles Groves, The Winslow Boy

1876-01-04

Charles Alphin, The Merry Widower

1876-02-25

Charles Freer, art collector; endowed Freer Gallery [or 1856]

1876-03-16

Charles Halton, Wash DC, actor (Dr Cyclops, Tugboat Annie Sails Again)

1876-03-16

Charles Halton, The Best Years of Our Lives

1876-03-22

Charles Force, The Love Pirate

1876-05-27

Charles Sindelar, Cleopatra

1876-06-29

Charles E. van Loan, Buck Parvin in the Movies

1876-08-29

Charles F Kettering, Ohio, inventor (auto self-starter)

1876-11-06

Charles Millsfield, Spook Busters

1876-11-13

Charles Watt, King Kong

1876-12-03

Charles L. Johnson, Reds

1877-01-01

Charles Doran, Othello

1877-01-19

Charles Coburn, Savannah Ga, actor (Devil & Miss Jones)

1877-03-26

Charles Doe, I Became a Criminal

1877-04-24

Charles Cuvillier, composer

1877-04-24

Charles Cuvillier, Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre

1877-05-31

Charles E. Whittaker, His People

1877-06-07

Charles Glover Barkla, English physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1944)

1877-06-07

Charles R. Bowers, Now You Tell One

1877-06-19

Charles Coburn, Macon Ga, actor (Acad-1943, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes)

1877-06-19

Charles Coburn, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

1877-08-12

Charles Chapman, Beau Brummel

1877-08-12

Charles De Forrest, Oh! You City Girl

1877-08-27

Charles Stewart Rolls, British auto manufacturer (Rolls-Royce Ltd)

1877-08-27

Charles O. Seessel, Anne of Green Gables

1877-10-02

Charles R. Phipps, Thundering Hoofs

1877-11-09

Charles Berner, The Lemon Drop Kid

1877-12-30

Charles Quatermaine, The Auction Mart

1878-01-24

Charles A. Robins, The Water Lily

1878-01-26

Charles Magnusson, Fiskarvals från Bohuslän

1878-03-02

Charles Hammond, Sally of the Sawdust

1878-03-06

Charles H. Hickman, Putting One Over

1878-04-04

Charles Austin, Hot Heir

1878-04-24

Charles McNaughton, Treasure Island

1878-05-26

Charles Burguet, L'essor

1878-06-21

Charles Miller, House of Frankenstein

1878-10-29

Charles W. Mack, The Law of Duty

1878-11-20

Charles Gilpin, Ten Nights in a Barroom

1878-9-24

Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, War in the Highlands

1879-01-08

Charles Bryant, Stronger Than Death

1879-02-03

Charles Follis, 1st black NFLer (Shelby, Ohio)

1879-04-04

Herman Rasch, Charles XII

1879-04-09

Charles McNally, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood

1879-04-15

Charles Neville Buck, The Runaway

1879-05-03

James Haggar, The Life of Charles Peace

1879-06-26

Charles Fremdling, In Old Chicago

1879-06-30

Charles McEvoy, The Man in the Shadows

1879-07-07

Charles de Rochefort, The Ten Commandments

1879-10-02

Charles Meakin, Reckless Rosie

1879-10-18

Marcelle Charles Dullin, Misdeal

1879-11-11

Charles Maigne, In the Hollow of Her Hand

1879-11-26

Charles W. Goddard, The Perils of Pauline

1879-12-03

Charles Hutchison, Lightning Hutch

1879-9-22

Charles Borel-Clerc, The Devil's Backbone

1880-01-18

Charles Grider, Bliss

1880-01-27

Charles F. Royal, Guns in the Dark

1880-03-02

Charles Darvas, The Bridge

1880-04-13

Charles Christie, Canadian film studio owner (d. 1955)

1880-04-13

Charles Christie, 813

1880-06-25

Charles Huntziger,

1880-06-27

Charles Le Moyne, West Is West

1880-07-22

Charles W. Tobey, Episode dated 24 February 1952

1880-08-22

Charles Arling, Back to God's Country

1880-08-31

Else Frölich, The Charles Street Mystery

1880-10-30

Charles Vissières, The Little World of Don Camillo

1880-10-31

Charles Dudley Daly, Daly, of West Point

1880-11-02

Charles Kenyon, The Iron Horse

1880-11-13

Charles W. Hoffman, The Challenge Accepted

1880-11-15

Charles Brinley, The Sheik

1880-11-26

Walter Haggar, The Life of Charles Peace

1880-12-27

Charles Hiby, Mr. Lucky

1880-9-02

Charles Agnew MacLean, The Mainspring

1881-01-28

Charles Willy Kayser, Waterloo

1881-02-26

Charles Edward Bull, The Iron Horse

1881-04-04

Charles Funk, Ohio, Encylopediest (Funk & Wagnalls)

1881-04-08

Charles J. Hunt, South of Panama

1881-04-18

Charles L. Pothier, L'oncle de Pékin

1881-04-23

Charles G. Norris, Seed

1881-06-01

Charles Kay Ogden, English writer and linguist (d. 1957)

1881-11-13

Charles Cristadoro, Pinocchio

1881-12-12

Charles Murphy, Jack's Pals

1881-12-24

Charles Wakefield Cadman, composer

1881-12-24

Charles Wakefield Cadman, Go West

1881-9-06

Charles Dale, Episode #1.66

1882-01-10

Charles Trowbridge, Vera Cruz Mexico, actor (Fatal Hour)

1882-01-10

Charles Trowbridge, Sergeant York

1882-04-17

Charles Brabin, The Mask of Fu Manchu

1882-06-24

Charles Dunworth, The Corpse Vanishes

1882-07-16

Charles Eggleston, Abraham Lincoln

1882-07-21

Charles Odds, Captain Kidd

1882-08-03

Charles O'Neill, composer

1882-08-10

Charles Fang, Cheerful Liars

1882-08-16

Charles O. Rush, When Romance Rides

1882-08-17

Charles Judels, The Great Ziegfeld

1882-08-28

Charles L. Cadwallader, Sherlock Holmes

1882-11-22

Charles Vildrac, S.S. Tenacity

1882-12-21

Charles Granval, Pépé le Moko

1882-12-22

Charles Vildrac, Paris France, poet/playwright

1882-9-13

Charles Dechamps, La Bohème

1883-01-29

Charles Méré, Fièvres

1883-04-25

Charles Maunsell, The Master Builder

1883-05-05

Charles Bender, only American Indian in baseball's Hall of Fame

1883-05-17

Charles Kyson, West of Nevada

1883-05-17

Charles H. Kyson, Silk Hosiery

1883-06-08

Charles Heslop, Don't Say Die

1883-06-15

Charles Laite, Peter Stuyvesant

1883-07-16

Charles Sheeler, Manhatta

1883-07-31

Charles Gunn, Framing Framers

1883-08-14

Charles Compton, The Stroke Oar

1883-10-05

Charles Maduro, Antillean composer

1883-10-10

Charles Dudley, The Bell Boy

1883-11-01

Charles Oulmont, La meilleure maîtresse

1883-11-03

Charles G. Briden, The Crimson Blade

1883-11-24

Charles Braakensiek, De sensatie der toekomst

1883-12-20

Charles K. Gerrard, Dracula

1883-9-10

Adam Charles Hayman, The Great Train Robbery

1883-9-30

Charles Metz, The Fighting Demon

1884-01-20

Charles W. Whittlesey, The Lost Battalion

1884-04-07

Charles Dodd, English new testament authority

1884-05-26

Charles Winninger, Athens Wisc, actor (Charlie Farrell Show)

1884-05-26

Charles Winninger, Nothing Sacred

1884-07-11

Charles Aber, The Idle Class

1884-07-14

Charles Meldrum Daniels, Dayton Oh, swimmer (Olympic-gold-1904, 08)

1884-07-15

Charles Eichman, The Land Just Over Yonder

1884-08-22

Charles Sefton, Beerbohm Tree, the Great English Actor

1884-09-17

Charles Tomlinson Griffes, Elmira NY, composer (White Peacock)

1884-10-03

Charles Furthman, Underworld

1884-10-23

Charles E. Davenport, Broken Barriers

1884-11-03

Charles Puffy, The Blue Angel

1884-9-17

Charles Tomlinson Griffes, Glorifying the American Girl

1885-01-04

Charles Slattery, Brother of the Bear

1885-01-14

Charles Carroll, The Ghost of Frankenstein

1885-02-12

Charles Purcell, The Yanks Are Coming

1885-03-23

Charles Knight, Who Done It?

1885-04-02

Charles McAvoy, The E-Flat Man

1885-05-12

Charles Dullin, Quai des Orfèvres

1885-06-11

Charles Huber, The Girl from Texas

1885-07-02

Charles Delac, Girl with a Suitcase

1885-07-11

Charles Huber, His Foothill Folly

1885-08-16

Charles Carson, London England, actor (Cry the Beloved Country)

1885-08-16

Charles Carson, The Dam Busters

1885-08-23

Charles E. Steinbeck, Spitfire 944

1885-08-25

Charles 'Chic' Sale, Rocky Mountain Mystery

1885-10-03

Axel Lagerberg, Charles XII

1885-10-19

Charles Merrill, American investment banker (d. 1956)

1885-11-17

Charles Rosher, Sunrise

1885-11-24

Charles Oelze, Dogs of War

1885-11-30

Charles West, In the Border States

1885-12-22

Charles Coleman, The Gay Divorcee

1886-01-12

Charles Bimbo, Babes in Toyland

1886-01-30

Charles Gee, A Dog's Life

1886-02-08

Charles Ruggles, Bringing Up Baby

1886-03-09

Charles Gay, The Winning of Jess

1886-03-09

Charles Gay, The Adventures of Tarzan

1886-04-06

Charles Horan, The Splendid Lie

1886-05-26

Charles Mcdonald, Loyal Lives

1886-06-15

Charles Wood, composer

1886-06-27

Charles Macartney, cricketer (Governor-General)

1886-06-28

Charles Fogel, Around the World in Eighty Days

1886-08-14

Charles Leahy, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

1886-09-20

Charles Walter Stansby Williams, songwriter

1886-10-01

Charles Tasman, Miss Mabel

1886-12-14

Charles L. Seeger, The Foolish Frog

1887-01-31

Charles Irwin, Mutiny on the Bounty

1887-02-01

Charles Nordhoff, English-born author (d. 1947)

1887-02-01

Charles Nordhoff, Mutiny on the Bounty

1887-02-18

Charles Watt, Tarzan of the Apes

1887-03-14

Charles Reisner, Steamboat Bill, Jr.

1887-03-16

Violet Haggar, The Life of Charles Peace

1887-03-30

Albert P Termote, Flemish/Dutch sculptor (Charles the Great)

1887-04-19

Charles-Félix Tavano, Ce bon Monsieur Durand

1887-06-30

Charles Novi, To Have and Have Not

1887-07-01

Charles D Brown, Iowa, actor (Barefoot Boy, Disbarred, Night Editor)

1887-07-01

Charles D. Brown, The Big Sleep

1887-07-16

Charles Haefeli, Les Misérables

1887-08-17

Charles I, last emperor of Austria-Hungary (1916-18)

1887-10-06

Le Corbusier [Charles Jeanneret], La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, architect/city planner/artist (Urbanisme), (d. 1965)

1887-10-13

Charles Stevenson, Grandma's Boy

1887-10-26

Charles Bedaux,

1887-11-22

Charles Mack, Why Bring That Up?

1887-11-24

Charles Becker, The Terror of Tiny Town

1887-11-28

Charles Racey, Twice Into the Light

1887-12-28

Charles Dingle

1887-12-28

Charles Dingle, The Little Foxes

1888-01-11

Charles Previn, Shadow of a Doubt

1888-03-17

Charles E. Scoggins, Untamed

1888-04-08

Charles Hundt, Roses and Thorns

1888-04-11

Charles Bartlett, A Four-Footed Hero

1888-04-20

Charles D. Hall, Frankenstein

1888-06-27

William Charles Lengel, Tin Pan Alley

1888-07-11

Charles E. Lynch, The Black Pirate

1888-10-23

Charles Withers, The Oily Bird

1888-11-03

William Charles Denis Browne, composer

1888-12-29

Charles J. McGuirk, Harmony at Home

1888-9-02

Charles Griffin, Ace in the Hole

1889-01-01

Charles Bickford, Cambridge Massachusetts, actor (John-The Virginian)

1889-02-08

Charles Logue, The Drake Case

1889-02-08

Charles A. Logue, Dracula

1889-03-11

Charles Bennett, Tillie's Punctured Romance

1889-04-16

Charles 'Charlie' Chaplin, London UK, actor/comedian (City Lights, Gold Rush)

1889-04-16

Charles Chaplin, Modern Times

1889-04-23

Charles Warrell, big Chief I-Spy writer/teacher

1889-04-25

Charles Kellaway, cricketer (great Australian all-rounder of 1920's)

1889-06-15

John Reed Kilpatrick, Rocky Marciano vs. Ezzard Charles

1889-07-19

Henry Haggar, The Life of Charles Peace

1889-07-20

John Charles Reith, 1st Baron Reith, 1st dir-gen BBC (1927-38)

1889-08-10

Charles Darrow, Inventor (d. 1967)

1889-09-20

Charles Reidpath, American athlete (d. 1975)

1889-10-05

Charles Hanson Towne, The Fighting Roosevelts

1889-10-31

Charles King, The Broadway Melody

1889-12-04

Buck Jones, [Charles F Gebhart], US actor (War Horse)

1889-9-19

Charles Weinberg, The Leatherneck

1890-01-06

Charles E. Gilson, The Early Bird

1890-01-30

Charles Rolfe, 49th Parallel

1890-02-03

Charles [Andy] Correll, Peoria Ill, actor (Calvin & Colonel)

1890-04-29

Charles B. Steiner, The Wizard of Oz

1890-05-06

Charles A. Lockwood, On the Beach

1890-06-09

Charles Dunbar, What - No Beer?

1890-07-18

Charles Wilson, Pres of General Motors (1940-53)/Sec of Def (1953-57)

1890-07-18

Charles Wilson,

1890-08-09

Charles Clague, Brideless Groom

1890-08-29

Charles Van Enger, Africa Screams

1890-08-29

Charles Thorson, The Robber Kitten

1890-11-22

Charles de Gaulle, Lille, France, President of France (1958-69), (d. 1970)

1890-11-22

Charles de Gaulle, La visite du général de Gaulle au Québec

1890-12-22

Charles Nickum, Around the World in Eighty Days

1890-12-26

Charles Tasto, The Divorce of Lady X

1890-9-22

Charles Levin, Bored of Education

1891-01-01

Charles Bickford, The Song of Bernadette

1891-01-02

Charles P. Thompson, Printer's Devil

1891-03-16

Charles B.V. Miller, Colorado Territory

1891-10-06

Charles McCarron, Blue Jasmine

1891-12-02

Charles H. Wesley, author writer and Brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Inc. (d. 1987)

1891-9-03

Charles Legneur, Around the World in Eighty Days

1891-9-03

Charles L. Cooke, The Grass Harp

1892-01-01

Charles Mosconi, The Hustler

1892-01-30

Charles Trowbridge Haubiel, composer

1892-02-14

Charles Hines, The Early Bird

1892-02-18

Wendell Willkie, Charles Lindbergh

1892-03-05

Charles Amador, Terrible pesadilla

1892-03-20

Charles Requa, The King of Kings

1892-07-06

Charles Rutan, Here Come the Girls

1892-07-15

Charles R. Rogers, My Man Godfrey

1892-07-28

Charles Bayard, Le Doulos

1892-07-29

Charles L Bass, actor (Business in White Slavery)

1892-08-09

Charles Delaney, NYC, actor (Air Police, Lonesome Trail)

1892-08-09

Charles Delaney, Hell-Bent for Frisco

1892-08-21

Charles Vanel, Rennes France, actor (Wages of Fear)

1892-08-21

Charles Vanel, The Wages of Fear

1892-11-13

Charles Adler, Thrill of a Lifetime

1893-04-28

Charles Edgar Schoenbaum, Little Women

1893-05-08

Charles Williams, The Rocketeer

1893-05-21

Charles Portal,

1893-06-01

Charles Soldani, Escort West

1893-07-31

Charles Wilfred Orr, composer

1893-08-19

Thomas Charles Arnold, Old King Cole

1893-10-15

Charles II, King of Romania (1930-40)

1893-10-30

Charles Atlas, [Angelo Siciliano], US, bodybuilder

1893-11-24

Charles F. Hurley, 54th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1946)

1894-01-05

Charles Dreyer, The Silent Accuser

1894-01-22

Charles Morgan, England, writer (Fountain)

1894-05-22

Charles E. Roberts, Corruption

1894-07-29

Charles C. Wilson, It Happened One Night

1894-08-27

Charles Meredith, Knoxville Pa, actor (Court of Last Resort)

1894-08-28

Charles Aubroeck, Belgian painter/sculptor (Iron Tower)

1894-10-12

Charles Hodge, California, NYU professor (Answers for Americans)

1894-11-26

James Charles McGuigan, Catholic cardinal archbishop of Toronto (d. 1974)

1894-12-05

Charles Robberts, Winburg district of the Orange Free State, The first State President of South Africa

1895-01-07

Charles de Grandcourt, Victoria the Great

1895-05-15

Charles Lamont, SF CA, director (Abbott & Costello Go to Mars)

1895-09-15

Charles "Chic" Harley, American football player (d. 1974)

1895-09-16

Charles W Bidwill Sr, Chicago, NFL hall of famer (Chicago Cardinals)

1895-09-28

Charles Petrie, Liverpool, historian

1895-11-05

Charles MacArthur, American author (d. 1956)

1896-05-13

Charles F Pahud de Mortanges, Dutch equestrian (Olympic-gold-1928, 32)

1896-06-21

Charles B. Momsen, American inventor (d. 1967)

1896-07-26

Charles Butterworth, US, lawyer/actor (Mad Genius)

1896-10-22

Charles Glenn King, biochemist (discovered vitamin C)

1896-11-24

Charles "Lucky" Luciano, Sicily, NYC Mafia gangster, (d. 1962)

1897-02-09

Charles Edward Kingsford-Smith, pioneer Australian aviator

1897-02-18

Charles Kuentz, WW1 veteran, changed nationality 4 times (d.2005)

1897-03-24

Charles Eyck, Dutch painter/sculptor

1897-04-16

Arthur Charles Ernest Hoeree, composer

1897-09-08

[James Charles] Jimmie Rodgers, Mendoza Miss, country singer/singing brakeman

1898-01-06

Charles E. Pont, American artist (d. 1971)

1898-03-26

Charles Shadwell, English conductor and bandleader (d. 1979)

1898-12-22

Lionel Charles Robbins, Middlesex England, economist

1899-02-18

Arthur Bryant, English historian (King Charles II)

1899-02-27

Charles Herbert Best, Washington County, Maine, American-Canadian physiologist/co-discoverer (Insulin)

1899-06-01

Edward Charles Titchmarsh, English mathematician (d. 1963)

1899-07-01

Charles Laughton, England, actor (Mutiny on Bounty, Spartacus)

1899-08-02

Charles Bennett, screenwriter

1899-08-28

Charles Boyer, France, actor (Algiers, Fanny, Barefoot in the Park)

1899-11-02

Eddy [Charles E] du Perron, Dutch author/poet

1899-11-26

Bruno Hauptmann, German kidnapper of Charles Augustus Lindbergh III (d. 1936)

1899-12-04

Charles William (Charlie) Spencer Newcastle and England football player (d. 1953)

1899-12-25

Charles Cruz, The Night Message

1900-04-26

Charles Richter, Ohio, Earthquakes seismologist (Richter scale)

1900-05-05

Charles Jewtraw, US, 500m speed skater (Olympic-gold-1924)

1900-05-22

Yvonne de Gaulle, wife of Charles de Gaulle (d. 1979)

1900-07-19

Charles Barnet "Roscoe" Harvey, soldier

1900-07-27

Charles Vidor, Budapest Hungary, direct (Rhapsody, Gilda, Cover Girl)

1900-08-11

Charles William Paddock, Texas, American athlete and 100m record breaker (Olympic-2 gold-1920) (d. 1943)

1901-02-22

Charles E Whittaker, Kansas, US Supreme Court justice (1957-62)

1901-02-22

Charles Newman, Pennies from Heaven

1901-03-04

Charles H Goren, bridge master (26 US Titles)

1901-03-04

Charles Goren, Championship Bridge with Charles Goren

1901-07-22

Charles Weidman, Nebraska, modern dancer/choreographer (Candide)

1901-08-09

Charles Farrell, Cape Cod Mass, actor (Vern-My Little Margie)

1901-09-22

Charles Huggins, surgeon/medical researcher

1901-10-02

Charles Stark Draper, Windsor Missouri, American Scientist and Engineer who headed the team that invented the Apollo Guidance Computer and inertial navigation technology for aircraft, space vehicles, and submarines

1901-10-22

Charles Huggins, Canada, US physician

1902-02-04

Charles A Lindbergh, Detroit, pilot (1st to fly solo across Atlantic)

1902-03-27

Charles Lang, American cinematographer (d. 1998)

1902-07-18

Charles W J Mengelberg, Dutch composer/conductor

1902-08-20

Ernest Charles Melvin Patrick Ekundio Marke, club owner

1902-08-28

Charles A. Murphy, Damn Citizen

1902-10-31

Charles Drummond de Andrade, Brazilian poet (Claro Enigma)

1902-9-08

Charles David Forrest, A Star Is Born

1903-01-03

Charles Foulkes, Canada, general

1903-02-20

Pierre Charles, Belgian heavyweight boxer

1903-03-28

Charles Starrett, American actor (d. 1986)

1903-08-15

Charles Grayson, One Night in the Tropics

1903-10-10

Charles T von Saksen-Coburg-Gotha, Count of Flanders/prince

1903-10-11

Charles Cabell,

1903-11-11

Charles Bruce Perry, professor of medicine

1904-01-15

Charles Hill, ITV Opening Night at the Guildhall

1904-02-03

Charles "Pretty Boy" Floyd, gangster and FBI Most Wanted criminal

1904-02-14

Charles William Oatley, electrical engineer

1904-02-26

Charles Bauer, The Puritan

1904-02-29

Adolph Blaine Charles David Earl Frederick Gerald Hubert Irvin John Kenneth Lloyd Martin Nero Oliver Paul Quincy Randolph Sherman Thomas Uncas Victor William Xerxes Yancy Zeus Wolfeschlegelsteinhausen

1904-05-03

Charles "Red" Ruffing, NY Yankee pitcher, hitter (1930-46)

1904-06-03

Charles R. Drew, pioneer of blood plasma research

1904-08-13

Charles "Buddy" Rogers, Olathe KS, actor (Wings)

1904-08-24

Charles L. Tedford, The Declaration of Independence

1904-10-03

Charles Pedersen, UK, biochemist (Nobel 1987)

1904-10-11

Charles Mayon, The Trouble with Women

1905-01-01

Charles Melvin Price, East St. Louis, Illinois, a longtime member of the US House of Representatives

1905-01-26

Charles Lane, SF California, actor (Homer-Petticoat Junction, Lucy Show), (d. 2007)

1905-02-17

Poul Bang, Charles' Aunt

1905-02-27

Charles de Keukeleire, Belgian director (Evil Eye)

1905-02-27

Charles Dekeukeleire, Thema's van de inspiratie

1905-03-25

Charles Franklin, Mystery Train

1905-04-07

Charles D. Campbell, The Iceman

1905-04-14

Holmesdale Charles "Slinger" Nitschke, cricket batsman (S Aus & Test)

1905-04-26

Charles K Feldman, [Gould], NYC, producer (Casino Royale)

1905-06-17

Charles Sanford, The Great Waltz

1905-07-28

Charles William Hutton, architect

1905-08-14

Charles Straumer, The Scarface Mob

1905-08-28

Charles Wyrick, Brute Force

1905-10-15

Charles P Snow, England, novelist/scientist (Death Under Sail)

1905-12-01

Charles Finney, US, author (Circus of Dr Lao)

1905-12-01

Charles G. Finney, 7 Faces of Dr. Lao

1905-12-08

Charles Cushing, composer

1905-12-19

Charles Robert Owen Medley, dancer/choreographer

1905-9-20

Charles Lewis, The Muppet Movie

1906-01-21

Charles Dorat, Deadlier Than the Male

1906-02-12

Charles Quigley, The Crimson Ghost

1906-03-04

Charles Rudolph Walgreen, Jr., American businessman (d. 2007)

1906-04-08

Charles J B Jonckheere, Flemish poet/writer (Mirror of the Sea)

1906-05-05

Charles Exbrayat, L'île d'amour

1906-05-10

Charles-Georges Duvanel, Throne of the Gods

1906-06-08

Charles Janssens, Belgium, actor (Mira, Malpertuis)

1906-06-08

Charles Janssens, Malpertuis

1906-06-14

Charles Hans Vogt, The Singing Ringing Tree

1906-10-03

Charles Bohny, Scarface

1906-10-12

Edmund Charles Wolf Myers, soldier/engineer

1906-11-01

Charles Borah, College

1906-12-24

Charles Webster, Photocrime

1906-9-16

Charles Kurtsinger, Seabiscuit: The Lost Documentary

1906-9-16

Charles Scheid, Eye of the Beholder

1907-01-19

Charles Henderson, Bambi

1907-02-16

Henri van Albada, Belgian sculptor (Charles V)

1907-02-17

Charles B Timmer, Dutch translator/writer (Russia Black on White)

1907-03-08

Charles Boost, movie critic

1907-03-08

Charles Delattre, Lyckliga skitar

1907-05-05

Charles Hisserich, Midnight

1907-05-17

Charles Cawley, British chief scientist/minister of power

1907-06-17

Charles Eames, American designer and architect (d. 1978)

1907-06-17

Charles Eames, The Fabulous Fifties

1907-06-21

Charles Oliver, The Lady Vanishes

1907-06-21

Charles Dant, Submarine Base

1907-07-24

Hugh Charles, songwriter/impressario

1907-10-11

Charles Shrouder, Super Snoop

1907-11-21

Charles Korvin, Czechoslovakia, actor (Berlin Express, Ship of Fools)

1907-9-08

Charles Salerno Jr., Nothing But Trouble

1908-01-28

Charles Morton, Four Sons

1908-01-28

Charles McQuary, The Governor

1908-02-10

Charles Henri Ford, Poem Posters

1908-03-28

Charles Elledge, Hot Summer in Barefoot County

1908-04-04

Charles Irwin, Crack-Up

1908-04-17

Charles Arrico, The Fortune Cookie

1908-06-30

Charles Camproux, French linguistic/author (Bestiari)

1908-08-08

Charles Cirillo, Gowns by Louis

1908-08-21

Charles L. Freeman, Fireball Forward

1908-08-28

Charles S. Thompson, The Quiet Man

1908-11-10

Charles Merritt, Canadian Army officer and Victoria Cross recipient (d. 2000)

1908-11-26

Charles Forte, Italian/British hotel magnate (Savoy)

1908-12-31

Charles Teske, Cain and Mabel

1908-9-10

Charles Lang, House of Wax

1908-9-20

Charles Laskey, Louisiana Purchase

1909-01-14

Charles Lefeaux, A Fool and His Money

1909-01-26

Charles H. Radilak, Counterweight

1909-02-02

Charles Sabin, Men of the Night

1909-02-04

Charles Simon, Shadowlands

1909-02-12

Charles Termini, Flap

1909-04-03

Charles Gaynor, The King's Speech

1909-04-06

Charles Faye, Mr. Moto's Last Warning

1909-05-01

Charles Koff, The Movers

1909-05-16

Charles Wislon, principal (Glasgow University)

1909-07-19

Charles F. Blair, Beyond the Curtain

1909-07-24

Charles E. Savage, Panic in the City

1909-08-13

Charles Williams, The Hot Spot

1909-11-12

Charles 'Ookie' Miller, Pro Football

1909-11-21

Charles Frend, The Cruel Sea

1909-11-28

Charles J. Conrad, The Case of the Watery Witness

1909-12-11

Charles Moulin, The Confession

1909-12-27

Charles Holland, Hullabaloo

1909-9-27

Charles De la Tour, C.E.M.A.

1910-01-01

Charles Devens, New York Yankees: Part 2

1910-01-12

Charles Martin, cartoonist

1910-01-15

Charles Hannawalt, Premature Burial

1910-01-23

Charles Frank, Disobedient

1910-02-05

Charles Leblond, Canadian Cell Biologist (d. 2007)

1910-03-12

Charles Martin, My Dear Secretary

1910-05-12

Charles B. Fulton, American jurist (d. 1996)

1910-06-09

Charles H. Blake,

1910-06-14

Charles E. Parker, Lawrence of Arabia

1910-06-21

Charles Jones, composer

1910-06-22

Charles Eaton, The Ghost Talks

1910-06-26

Charles Spry, Australian security chief

1910-07-18

Charles LaVere, George Burns in the Big Time

1910-07-24

Charles Leno, Orlando Buys a Farm

1910-08-06

Charles Crichton, British director (Battle of Sexes)

1910-08-06

Charles Crichton, A Fish Called Wanda

1910-08-18

Charles Wegg-Prosser, solicitor

1910-08-25

J B Charles, [Willem H Nagel], criminologist/writer

1910-10-20

Charles Fuqua, The Great American Broadcast

1910-12-13

Charles Alfred Coulson, Dudley England, British Chemist (theoretical)

1910-12-27

Charles Olson, American poet (d. 1970)

1910-12-30

Hugh Charles, I Wouldn't Be in Your Shoes

1910-9-15

Charles A. Nichols, Charlotte's Web

1910-9-26

Charles Bancroft, Melodía prohibida

1911-02-12

Charles Mathiesen, Norway, 1500m speed skater (Olympic-gold-1936)

1911-02-27

Charles De Jaeger, The Food

1911-03-06

Charles Frank, physicist

1911-03-21

Charles H. Schram, The Godfather: Part II

1911-03-23

Charles Joseph A Russhon, USAF lt col/liaison (James Bond films)

1911-03-23

Charles Russhon, Goldfinger

1911-04-02

Charles "Honi" Coles, tap dancer (Tap)

1911-04-02

Charles 'Honi' Coles, Dirty Dancing

1911-04-06

Charles De Ravenne, Thundering Hoofs

1911-06-05

Charles Fletcher, physician/CEO (ASH)

1911-07-07

Charles Redland, Alla vi barn i Bullerbyn

1911-08-11

Charles Victor, Pit and the Pendulum

1911-11-17

Charles Walters, US, actor/choreographer/director (Easter parade)

1911-11-17

Charles Walters, High Society

1911-12-24

Charles Lowe, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show

1911-12-29

Charles La Franchise, Lou Mallory

1911-12-31

Charles Lederer, Ocean's Eleven

1911-9-28

Charles Hoffman, Night and Day

1911-9-29

Charles Court, Nickel Queen

1912-01-07

Charles Addams, cartoonist (New Yorker, Addams Family)

1912-01-07

Charles Addams, The Addams Family

1912-01-18

Charles Moeller, Belgian theologist (Humanism et saintete)

1912-02-10

Lord Orr-Ewing [Charles Ian], great-grandson of Sir Archibald Orr-Ewing, Bt

1912-07-23

Charles Duncan, Plan 9 from Outer Space

1912-08-26

Charles Reineke, Traffic with the Devil

1912-09-30

Oliver Charles Anderson, novelist

1912-10-10

Charles Henry Madge, poet writer/sociologist

1912-10-10

Charles Madge, Episode #5.3

1912-10-30

Charles Watts, An Affair to Remember

1912-12-16

Charles Marquis Warren, Gunsmoke

1912-12-22

Charles Dugan, When Harry Met Sally...

1912-9-24

Charles G. Martin, Racing Fever

1913-02-23

Charles Leonard, US, pentathelete (Olympic-1936)

1913-03-17

Charles Lampkin, Cocoon

1913-04-05

Charles O'Curran, Road to Bali

1913-04-07

Charles Vanik, American politician (d. 2007)

1913-04-30

Bernard Charles Sendall, deputy director general (ITA)

1913-05-08

Charles Scorsese, Goodfellas

1913-05-18

Charles Trenet, French singer and songwriter (d. 2001)

1913-05-18

Charles Trenet, Finding Nemo

1913-06-29

Charles Gussman, Search for Tomorrow

1913-08-24

Charles Houston, The Death Zone

1913-10-01

Charles Randolph Grean, Gangster Squad

1913-10-24

Charles Heckelmann, Deputy Marshal

1913-10-27

Charles Stuart Blackton, The Littlest Scout

1913-11-15

Charles F. Haas, Tarzan and the Trappers

1913-11-21

Charles H. Faber, Tomorrow Is Forever

1913-11-28

Charles Harrell, Silver Service

1913-12-28

Charles Maxwell, Spectre of the Gun

1914-01-08

Charles Borromeo Mills, composer

1914-01-08

Charles Mills, On the Bowery

1914-01-18

Charles Greenlaw, Giant

1914-02-02

Charles Hayes, Living Free

1914-04-22

Charles Hubert Sisson, author/poet (Christopher Homm)

1914-05-10

Charles McGraw, NYC, actor (Michael-Falcon, Smith Family)

1914-05-10

Charles McGraw, The Birds

1914-06-21

Charles K. Hagedon, North by Northwest

1914-06-28

Charles Urbanus, Dutch baseball player

1914-07-22

Charles Regnier, In der Sache J. Robert Oppenheimer

1914-08-06

Arthur Charles Dobson, British racing driver (d. 1980)

1914-10-02

Charles Drake, Bayside NYC, actor (Air Force, Glenn Miller Story)

1914-10-09

Charles Gross, Attack of the Crab Monsters

1914-11-12

Charles R. Marion, Spooks Run Wild

1914-11-20

Charles Berlitz, The Philadelphia Experiment

1914-11-30

Charles Hawtrey, Carry on Camping

1914-12-09

Charles Godefroid, Fête de quartier

1914-12-20

Charles McKimson, The Bugs Bunny Show

1914-9-17

Charles Isaacs, The Tycoon

1914-9-24

Charles Waldron Jr., For You I Die

1914-9-25

Charles Stewart, The Hayfield

1915-01-18

Charles Neider, One-Eyed Jacks

1915-01-20

Charles Reade, Knight Errant

1915-02-15

Charles Lang, Decision at Sundown

1915-02-22

Charles Aidikoff, Hughes and Harlow: Angels in Hell

1915-02-24

Charles Henry "Harry" Urwin, trade unionist

1915-03-10

Sir Charles Groves, English conductor(d. 1992)

1915-03-31

Charles B. Bloch, The Fog

1915-04-11

Charles Staffell, Aliens

1915-05-04

Leon Charles, Logan's Run

1915-06-24

Charles James Dunn, Japanese scholar

1915-06-30

Charles Rowe, cricketer (scored a pair in only Test (NZ v Aust 1946))

1915-07-08

Charles Hard Townes, Greenville SC, physicist (developed lasers)

1915-07-28

Charles Townes, The Day After Roswell

1915-08-11

Charles Iwamoto, Mask of the Dragon

1915-10-07

Charles Templeton, The Kidnapping of the President

1915-10-22

Charles Tannen, The Grapes of Wrath

1915-12-02

Charles Fawcett, The 300 Spartans

1915-12-15

Charles F. Wheeler, Silent Running

1915-12-18

Charles Chan, Saints and Soldiers

1915-12-29

Charles L[eonard] Harness, US, sci-fi author (Paradox Men, Wolfhead)

1915-9-23

Charles Teitel, Deep Jaws

1915-9-26

Charles Pawley, Sister Kenny

1915-9-26

Charles Terrot, Shout Aloud Salvation (II)

1916-01-18

Charles Rivero, Toll the Bell Slowly

1916-04-23

Charles Wood, The Sins of Rachel Cade

1916-05-07

Charles B. Smith, Korean War Stories

1916-06-09

Charles Blake, Seconds to Spare

1916-08-06

Charles Schnee, Red River

1916-11-21

Babs From, Charles' Aunt

1916-11-23

Charles Grigg, Just Dandy

1917-01-04

Charles Mehlert, The Free China Junk

1917-01-13

Charles Calhoun, They Were Expendable

1917-04-09

Charles E. Cane, The Mayor of Hell

1917-05-18

Charles Wintour, journalist

1917-05-20

Richard Charles Cobb, historian

1917-06-04

Charles Collingwood, Mich, news commentator (CBS, Chronicles)

1917-06-04

Charles Collingwood, Adventure

1917-06-15

Charles Chilton, Oh! What a Lovely War

1917-07-12

Charles Mercer, The Sins of Rachel Cade

1917-07-14

Charles R. Rondeau, Love and the Amateur Night/Love and the Cheaters/Love and the Love Nest/Love and the Unbearable Fiance

1917-07-23

Charles Kerruish, president (Tyndwald Isle of Man)

1917-08-29

Charles White, Serpico

1917-10-02

Charles Drake, American actor (d. 1994)

1917-10-02

Charles Drake, Harvey

1917-10-12

Charles Wick, Snow White and the Three Stooges

1917-11-15

Charles von Luttichau, How Hitler Lost the War

1917-11-23

Hugh Joseph Charles James L'Etang, medical writer

1917-9-27

Charles Heard, Pistol Whipped

1918-02-05

Charles J "Tim" Holt, US actor (Treasure of Sierra Madre)

1918-02-17

Charles A Hayes, (Rep-D-IL, 1983- )

1918-02-22

Charles O Finley, baseball team owner (Oakland A's)

1918-02-22

Charles O. Finley, Greats of the Game

1918-02-26

Edwin Charles "Preacher" Roe, baseball pitcher (Bkln Dodgers)

1918-03-21

Sir Charles Thompson, High Fidelity

1918-03-31

Charles Russell, Inner Sanctum

1918-04-23

Antony Craxton, Investiture of His Royal Highness Prince Charles as Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester

1918-06-10

Charles Dupuis, The Adventures of the Smurfs

1918-06-19

Evelle Jansen Younger, prosecutor (Charles Manson, Sirhan Sirhan)

1918-06-23

Charles Bradstreet, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

1918-08-13

Charles Orme, The Omen

1918-09-13

Ray Charles, Chicago, orchestra leader (Perry Como)

1918-10-19

Robert Charles Evans, mountaineer/doctor

1918-10-22

Charles P. Eisenmann, Honored Guest

1918-11-07

Zachary Charles, Gambling House

1918-11-29

Charles Pecoraro Sr., Circle the Wagen

1918-12-06

John Charles Burns, Damien: Omen II

1918-9-05

Charles Fredericks, Tender Is the Night

1918-9-13

Ray Charles, Funny Lady

1919-01-02

Charles Willeford, Cockfighter

1919-02-01

Charles S. Dubin, Square One TV

1919-02-24

Dick Charles, Hollywood Canteen

1919-03-06

Charles Black, The 5th Annual American Cinema Awards

1919-03-30

Charles Bernard, Promise

1919-04-05

Charles Parker, Cambridge Footlights Revue 'La Vie Cambridgienne'

1919-04-12

Wilson Charles Geoffery Baldwin, hero

1919-04-20

Charles Koon, Western Hit Parade

1919-05-15

Charles Palmer, cricketer (one Test 1955, later MCC president)

1919-05-22

Charles Brodie, The Case of the French Interpreter

1919-05-28

Charles John Robert Manners, 10th Duke of Rutland, British land owner/multimillionaire

1919-06-06

Charles Pringle, British air marshal

1919-06-19

Charles Boaz, The Land of Oz

1919-07-16

Charles Graham, lord-lt of Cumbria UK

1919-08-15

Charles Cota, Thousands Cheer

1919-09-27

Charles H Percy, (Sen-R-Ill)

1919-10-05

Charles G. Schelling, House on Haunted Hill

1919-11-01

Charles O'Dato, Night of the Living Dead

1919-11-10

Charles Knapp, Chinatown

1919-11-13

Charles Gordon Howard, The Devil Makes Three

1919-12-03

Charles Craig, opera singer

1919-12-03

Charles Craig, Episode #1.2

1919-12-06

Charles W. Short, The Enforcer

1919-12-24

Charles Wylie, The Conquest of Everest

1919-12-27

Charles W. Sweeney, The Beginning or the End

1919-9-27

Charles Percy, Inside the CIA

1920-02-10

Charles Oldfather, The Burden of Proof

1920-02-28

Charles Carton, The Patricia Neal Story

1920-03-12

Charles Duncan, Code of the Streets

1920-03-18

Charles Ferguson, The Quiet Man

1920-04-09

Charles Chicetti, The Baby

1920-04-17

Edmonde Charles-Roux, Coco Before Chanel

1920-05-05

Charles H. Schneer, Clash of the Titans

1920-07-04

Charles Scott, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

1920-07-06

Charles Brabant, Passionate Summer

1920-07-07

Charles Flynn, The Milkman

1920-07-08

Charles Vassar, Between Heaven and Hell

1920-07-10

Charles Van Enger, Millionaire Tom Hampton

1920-07-28

Charles Charras, La grande oreille

1920-08-16

Charles Bukowski, Andernach Germany, US writer (Hollywood: A Novel)

1920-08-16

Charles Bukowski, Barfly

1920-08-29

Charles White, Perth Amboy NJ, actor (Airpot 95, Serpico)

1920-10-01

Charles Daudelin, Charles Daudelin

1920-10-12

Charles Albury, Men Who Brought the Dawn

1920-10-27

Charles Horvath, A Woman Under the Influence

1920-11-02

Lewis Charles, NYC, actor (Feather & Father Gang)

1920-11-02

Lewis Charles, Topaz

1920-11-10

Charles Zacha Jr., Dark Night of the Scarecrow

1920-11-15

Charles E. Israel, Louisiana

1920-11-22

Charles Schmitz, The Last Samurai

1920-12-30

Charles King Jr., Eagle Squadron

1920-9-13

Charles Smith, The Shop Around the Corner

1920-9-16

Charles Dryden, Red Tail Reborn

1920-9-23

Charles 'Commando' Kelly, Episode dated 30 June 1957

1921-01-09

Charles Aaron, Do You Love Me

1921-01-14

Charles Gaupp, German/Dutch painter

1921-01-16

Charles McElmurry, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1921-01-21

Charles Bastin, The World Moves On

1921-01-21

Charles Eric Maine, The Atomic Man

1921-02-02

Charles Welch, Gone Are the Days!

1921-02-09

Charles Montgomery Monteith, publisher

1921-02-17

Charles Elmergreen, Forever Amber

1921-03-15

Charles Denny, Hair

1921-03-21

Charles Hart, Juvenile Court

1921-04-01

Charles K. Peck Jr., Seminole

1921-05-19

Charles van de Reve, slavic (Belief of Kameraden)

1921-06-25

Peter Charles Arthur Wishart, composer

1921-07-07

Ezzard Charles, Lawrenceville Georgia, world heavyweight boxing champion (1949-51)

1921-07-07

Ezzard Charles, The Knockout Parade

1921-07-13

Charles Scribner Jr, music publisher (Scribner)

1921-08-14

Charles Bartlett, The Kennedys: The Curse of Power

1921-08-31

Charles S. 'Chub' Feeney, 1986 World Series

1921-10-04

Charles Mountain, The Blues Brothers

1921-10-17

Charles Stafford, Seven Sinners

1921-11-03

Charles Bronson, Ehrenfeld, Pennsylvania, actor (Magnificent Seven, Death Wish, Dirty Dozen), (d. 2003)

1921-11-03

Charles Bronson, Once Upon a Time in the West

1921-11-18

Richard Charles Boyle, Tightrope

1921-11-27

Charles H. Gray, The Young and the Restless

1921-12-23

Charles Millot, French Connection II

1922-01-08

Charles Keane, Career Girl

1922-01-24

Charles Socarides, American psychiatrist (d. 2005)

1922-01-28

Charles Gregmar, Flickan från Backafall

1922-02-23

Charles Matthews, Splendor in the Grass

1922-02-26

Charles Kerr, The Ref

1922-04-03

Charles Peck, An Affair to Remember

1922-04-22

Charles Mingus, Arizona, jazz bassist (Pithecanthropus Erectus)

1922-04-22

Charles Mingus, The Wolf of Wall Street

1922-07-24

Charles Mathias Jr, (Sen-R-MD, 1969-86)

1922-08-02

Charles McLine, The Eye Creatures

1922-08-04

Charles Winick, Inside Deep Throat

1922-08-10

Charles M. Runyon, Chucko the Clown

1922-08-29

Richard Selzer, Port Charles

1922-09-11

Charles Evers, civil rights leader (Amazing Grace)

1922-09-13

Charles Brown, American singer and pianist (d. 1999)

1922-10-04

Charles Kephart, Charge aka Outpost

1922-10-23

Charles Larson, Incident of the Shambling Man

1922-10-28

Charles Schulthies, Westworld

1922-11-26

Charles M. Schulz, Minneapolis MN, cartoonist (Peanuts), (d. 2000)

1922-11-26

Charles M. Schulz, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1922-12-14

Charles Trippi, Triple Threat

1922-9-01

Charles McGregor, Blazing Saddles

1922-9-11

Charles Evers, The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till

1922-9-13

Charles Brown, Cast Away

1923-01-03

Charles Tingwell, Australian actor

1923-01-03

Charles 'Bud' Tingwell, Breaker Morant

1923-01-07

Charles Russell Woolen, composer

1923-01-08

Charles Rea, The Ipcress File

1923-01-23

John Boehm, Welcome Home Brother Charles

1923-02-15

Charles Scherza, Mr. North

1923-02-28

Charles Durning, Highland Falls NY, actor (Fury, Sting, Tootsie), (d. 2012)

1923-02-28

Charles Durning, The Sting

1923-03-01

Charles A. Moses, Frankenstein 1970

1923-03-11

Charles Lind, Adam Had Four Sons

1923-03-15

Charles Randall, The Next Man

1923-03-26

Charles Wheeler, A Shadow Over Europe

1923-07-03

Charles Hernu, Qu'est-ce que l'esprit militaire?

1923-07-10

Charles Cowles, Blade Runner

1923-07-19

Charles Doehrer, That's Right - You're Wrong

1923-10-17

Charles A. Pratt, The Great Santini

1923-11-03

Charles Nolte, I'll Be Right Home, Ma

1923-12-04

Charles Keating, district attorney (Los Angeles California)

1923-12-04

Charles Keating, Inside Deep Throat

1923-12-29

Charles Grenzbach, The Godfather

1923-9-06

Charles Franc, The Case of the Silent Partner

1924-01-22

Charles Lisanby, Night of 100 Stars

1924-02-16

Charles Unger, Come and Get It

1924-02-18

Glenn Charles, There's Something About a Soldier

1924-03-31

Charles Guggenheim, Berga: Soldiers of Another War

1924-04-11

Charles Sinclair, Track of the Moon Beast

1924-04-17

Charles Baxter, Another World

1924-05-08

Charles B. Fitzsimons, Batman: The Movie

1924-05-22

Charles Aznavour, Armenia, French singer (Monsieur Carnavel, Tin Drum)

1924-05-22

Charles Aznavour, Seven Pounds

1924-06-22

Charles Denton, The Day the Clown Cried

1924-07-14

Charles W. Broun Jr., The Wild, Wild World of Jayne Mansfield

1924-08-17

Charles Mander, The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp

1924-09-07

Charles Braswell, McKinney TX, entertainer

1924-09-22

Charles Keeping, British illustrator (d. 1988)

1924-09-30

Charles Quinlivan, Jersey City NJ, actor (7 Guns to Mesa)

1924-9-07

Charles Braswell, The Only Game in Town

1924-9-08

Charles Okun, French Kiss

1924-9-22

Charles Waterhouse, American Valor

1924-9-30

Charles Quinlivan, Seven Guns to Mesa

1925-01-14

Charles Brehm, On Trial: Lee Harvey Oswald

1925-01-15

Charles Norton, CHiPs

1925-01-21

Charles Aidman, Kotch

1925-01-21

Jean-Charles Lagneau, Nicole et Jean-François

1925-01-31

Charles Aidman, Frankfort Ind, narrator (New Twilight Zone)

1925-03-02

Charles Huggins, Def by Temptation

1925-03-12

Charles Proctor, Plague from Space

1925-03-27

Lord Plumb [Charles Henry Plumb], Member of the European Parliament

1925-03-29

Charles Fitzpatrick, Badlands

1925-05-01

Charles Blair Jr., Survive!

1925-05-05

Charles Chaplin Jr., Fangs of the Wild

1925-05-16

Charles Givens, Episode #1.45

1925-05-18

Robin Blaser, Polis Is This: Charles Olson and the Persistence of Place

1925-06-05

Charles E. Tycer, Pick a Con... Any Con

1925-06-08

Charles Tyner, Harold and Maude

1925-07-23

Charles Stapley, Episode #1.3127

1925-08-31

Charles Davis, The Desert Rats

1925-09-16

Charles Haughey, Irish president (1979-81, 82, 87-92)

1925-10-01

Charles Kray, Cage

1925-10-08

Charles Seybert, The Last Picture Show

1925-10-12

Charles Gordone, Angel Heart

1925-11-17

Charles Mackerras, Schenectady NY, Australian conductor

1925-11-17

Charles Mackerras, Xerxes

1925-11-19

Charles Comiskey II, The Story of America's Classic Ballparks

1925-11-30

Maxwell Street Jimmy Charles Davis Thomas, blues musician

1925-12-26

Charles Vernon David Cypert, Seminole

1925-9-23

Jean-Charles Tacchella, Escalier C

1926-01-07

Charles Franzen, Mississippi Burning

1926-01-26

Charles Tidbury, former chairman (Whitbread & Company)

1926-02-12

Charles Van Doren, American quiz show contestant

1926-02-12

Charles Van Doren, Episode dated 20 May 1959

1926-02-12

Charles G. Mortimer Jr., Last of the Red-Hot Dragons

1926-03-16

Charles Goodell, American politician (d. 1987)

1926-03-19

Charles Wirths, Jeanne oder Die Lerche

1926-03-23

Charles Champlin, The Player

1926-04-01

Charles Bressler, American tenor

1926-05-08

David Attenborough, Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life

1926-05-13

Charles Evans, Tootsie

1926-05-19

M. Charles Cohen, Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy

1926-05-29

Charles Denner, Tarnow Poland, actor (And Now My Love)

1926-05-29

Charles Denner, The Man Who Loved Women

1926-06-24

Charles McDowell, The Congress

1926-07-03

Johnny Coles, Charles Mingus Sextet

1926-07-14

Charles Pierce, Torch Song Trilogy

1926-07-17

Charles Champlin, American film critic and writer

1926-08-02

Charles Einstein, While the City Sleeps

1926-08-11

Charles Cooper, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

1926-10-01

Charles Bellina, The Macahans

1926-10-30

Charles Woolf, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark

1926-12-01

Charles Gérard, Happy New Year

1927-01-08

Charles Tomlinson, British poet and translator

1927-01-08

Charles Tomlinson, Art and Design

1927-02-06

Charles Gerhardt, Tribute

1927-03-03

Charles O Whitley, (Rep-D-NC, 1977- )

1927-03-13

Charles Sickman Corsen, Dutch Antillean poet

1927-04-18

Charles Pasqua, Pasqua par Pasqua

1927-05-05

Charles Rosen, NYC, pianist/musicologist (Sonata Forms)

1927-05-05

Charles Rosen, A Labyrinth of Time

1927-05-31

Charles C. McCue, Wheels of Tragedy

1927-06-04

Jørgen Krogh, Charles' Aunt

1927-06-07

Charles de Tornaco, Belgian racing driver (d. 1953)

1927-06-16

Charles Jarrott, Anne of the Thousand Days

1927-07-03

Charles Vandenhove, Belgian architect (Standard-Omnisporthal, Luik)

1927-07-06

Charles Whittenberg, composer

1927-07-06

Charles Rome Smith, Common Bonds

1927-07-16

Charles Toogood, Crazylegs

1927-08-04

Charles Rule, 1776

1927-10-01

Charles Nelson, Dance of the Dead

1927-10-15

Jeannette Charles, The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!

1927-11-03

Charles H. Maguire, On the Waterfront

1927-11-20

Jean-Charles Dudrumet, Killer Spy

1927-12-03

Charles Wiggins, Watergate

1927-12-18

Charles Lester Kinsolving, Gettysburg

1927-12-28

Charles R. McNabb, Joe Panther

1927-12-31

Charles Hodgson, The World of George Orwell: Keep the Aspidistra Flying

1927-9-26

Charles Macaulay, Splash

1928-04-13

Teddy Charles, Episode #1.19

1928-04-20

Charles Keeling, Dennis Weaver's Earthship

1928-04-24

Charles Guasti, Paperback Hero

1928-05-02

Charles Brittin, The Cool School

1928-05-10

Charles Buck, Who'll Bury My Violence?

1928-06-07

Charles Louis Strouse, composer

1928-06-07

Charles Strouse, All Dogs Go to Heaven

1928-07-07

Charles Dyer, Staircase

1928-07-20

Charles David Ganao, Djambala, French Equatorial Africa, Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo (1996-1997), (d. 2012)

1928-08-12

Charles Blackman, Australian artist

1928-08-29

Charles Gray, Bournemouth England, actor (Clay-Rawhide)

1928-08-29

Charles Gray, Diamonds Are Forever

1928-12-07

Raymond Henry Charles Warren, composer

1928-12-20

Charles Donald Adams, singer

1928-9-10

Charles Blackman, Will Penny

1928-9-30

Charles W. Fries, Screamers

1929-01-02

Charles Beaumont, Brain Dead

1929-01-15

Charles Flickinger, The Pigskin Palooka

1929-01-28

Richard Clement Charles Thomas, rugby international/journalist

1929-02-07

Charles Street, The Trolley at East Troy

1929-02-24

Charles Albertine, New American Bandstand 1965

1929-03-26

Charles Dumont, Inception

1929-04-28

Charles W. Bailey II, Seven Days in May

1929-05-11

Charles Palmer, The Challenge of Freedom

1929-05-21

Charles Wadsworth, Barnesville Georgia, pianist (Lincoln Center)

1929-07-08

Charles Blackwell, A Piece of the Action

1929-07-14

Charles Anthony [Caruso], New Orleans, Louisiana, tenor (2,928 performances at Metropolitan Opera), (d. 2012)

1929-07-15

Charles Anthony, American tenor

1929-07-15

Charles Anthony, La traviata

1929-07-16

Charles H. Joffe, Vicky Cristina Barcelona

1929-08-02

Lord Waddington [David Charles], Burnley, United Kingdom, British politician (Governor of Bermuda)

1929-08-12

Charles Moore, Coatsville Pa, 400m hurdler (Oly-gold/silver-52)

1929-08-13

Charles Lyon, gen-sect (Transport Salaried Staffs Association)

1929-10-09

Charles Shull, Real Genius

1929-11-17

Charles Kalman, Fabian

1929-12-06

Charles Vance, The Professionals

1929-12-16

Ernest A. Charles, Point of Terror

1929-9-06

Charles Moffett, Who's Crazy?

1929-9-18

Charles Eastman, Little Fauss and Big Halsy

1929-9-22

Maria Charles, Hot Fuzz

1930-01-05

Frederick Charles Tillis, composer

1930-03-18

Charles Giorgi, The Quiet Warrior

1930-04-25

Lynn Hamilton, Port Charles

1930-06-02

Charles Pete Conrad Jr, Phila, USN/astro (Gem 5 11, Ap 12, Skylab 2)

1930-06-02

Charles Conrad, For All Mankind

1930-06-11

Charles B Rangel, (Rep-D-NY, 1971- )

1930-06-11

Charles Rangel, Hold at All Costs: The Story of the Battle of Outpost Harry

1930-06-22

Charles Lindbergh Jr.,

1930-07-15

Charles Kelly, chief constable (Staffordshire England)

1930-07-24

Charles Hambro, English banker/multi-millionaire/CEO (Hambros)

1930-08-17

Charles L. Campbell, Schindler's List

1930-08-28

Charles McDaniel, The Goonies

1930-08-31

Charles Kay, Amadeus

1930-09-23

Ray Charles [Robinson], Albany Ga, singer/pianist (Georgia), (Georgia on My Mind, Mess Around) (d. 2004)

1930-11-04

Charles Baxter, True Tales

1930-11-14

Charles De Sorgher, Belgian bobsledder

1930-11-19

Charles Bateman, Days of Our Lives

1930-9-01

Charles Correa, Free

1930-9-23

Ray Charles, Ray

1930-9-23

Charles B. Griffith, Death Race

1931-01-13

Charles Nelson Reilly, NYC, actor (Match Game, Ghost & Mrs Muir)

1931-01-13

Charles Nelson Reilly, All Dogs Go to Heaven

1931-02-13

Charles Benton, Od skrinje do ormara

1931-02-14

Charles Hyatt, Cool Runnings

1931-02-18

Charles Higham, The Trouble with Merle

1931-03-09

Charles Moore, Bad

1931-03-13

Charles Bragg, The Player

1931-03-29

Charles Hudson, 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain

1931-04-01

Charles Price, Kansas City, Missouri, American Businessman and diplomat, (d. 2012)

1931-04-16

Charles Hickson, The Force Beyond

1931-04-23

Charles L. Bitsch, Chance at Love

1931-05-08

Charles M Wilson, composer

1931-06-27

Charles Bronfman, CEO (Seagrams, Montreal Expos)

1931-06-27

Charles Bronfman, Oceans of Hope

1931-07-22

Charles Huxtable, General commander (English ground armies)

1931-07-27

Charles Bronfman, Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

1931-08-07

Charles E. Rice, American legal scholar and author

1931-08-22

Bobby Harwell, Port Charles

1931-09-07

Charles Camilleri, composer

1931-10-16

Charles W Colson, Boston Massachusetts, presidential adviser (Watergate figure), (d. 2012)

1931-10-16

Charles Colson, Faith in the Big House

1931-10-28

Charles Rydell, School Play

1931-11-05

Charles Taylor, Der taumelnde Kontinent - Europas Traum und Wirklichkeit

1931-12-25

Charles 'Lefty' Driesell, Without Bias

1931-12-27

John Charles, Idoli controluce

1931-12-30

Charles A Bassett II, Dayton Ohio, Captain USAF/astronaut

1931-9-02

Clifford Jordan, Charles Mingus Sextet

1931-9-05

Charles J. Guntley, The Harrad Experiment

1931-9-07

Charles Camilleri, Sax Rohmer's The Castle of Fu Manchu

1931-9-13

Charles Matton, Rembrandt

1932-03-01

Charles Nizet, Rescue Force

1932-03-05

Walter Charles Marshall, scientist

1932-04-13

Charles Robinson, The Sand Pebbles

1932-04-27

Charles Adkins, US, light welterweight boxer (Olympic-gold-1952)

1932-05-06

Charles G. Riddle, The River

1932-05-27

Charles Craig, Night of the Living Dead

1932-06-08

Charles Shaffer, Watergate

1932-08-06

Charles Wood, Iris

1932-08-16

Jon Lindbergh, 2nd son of aviator Charles Lindbergh

1932-10-10

Charles Dnaiels, archaeologist

1932-9-09

Charles Reynolds, Heroes of Magic

1932-9-15

Charles Wilp, Trace of a Girl

1932-9-25

Charles Stanley, Those Feelings of Inadequacy

1933-01-08

Charles Osgood, NYC, news anchor (CBS Weekend News)

1933-01-08

Charles Osgood, CBS News Sunday Morning

1933-02-09

Charles Williams, Lord Williams of Elvel

1933-04-29

Ed Charles, Disciples of Jackie Robinson

1933-06-01

Charles Wilson, (Rep-D-TX, 1973- )

1933-06-23

Nicole Louvier, Charles Trenet

1933-07-13

Charles Coody, Arnold Palmer

1933-08-10

Charles Albright, Psychopath Night

1933-09-17

Charles E Grassley, (Sen-R-Iowa, 1981- )

1933-11-10

Charles Stalmaker, Battle of the Bulge

1933-11-30

Warren Munson, Port Charles

1933-12-13

Borah Bergman, Denis A. Charles: An Interrupted Conversation

1933-12-28

Charles Portis, True Grit

1933-9-17

Charles Grassley, Traffic

1934-01-07

Charles Lamont Jenkins, NYC, 400m runner (Olympic-gold-1956)

1934-01-11

Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare, Computer scientist

1934-01-26

Charles Marowitz, Charles Marowitz

1934-02-07

Charles Luck Jr., China's Little Devils

1934-03-04

Keith Charles, One Life to Live

1934-03-23

Charles Carr, Hank Williams: Honky Tonk Blues

1934-05-13

Charles Gross, Turner & Hooch

1934-05-19

James Charles Lehrer, Wichita Ks, news anchor (McNeil-Lehrer Report)

1934-05-20

Charles Moskos, Chemical Plant Insecurity/They Didn't Ask, He Didn't Tell/The Kuwait of Africa

1934-05-23

Charles Gagnon, The Eighth Day

1934-07-01

Jamie Farr, Port Charles

1934-08-09

Charles Ed Rickey, Villa Alegre

1934-09-10

Charles Kuralt, Wilmington NC, newscaster (On the Road)

1934-11-12

Charles Manson, Cincinnati Ohio, American criminal (Tate-Labianco)

1934-11-12

Charles Manson, Citizen Shane

1934-9-10

Charles Kuralt, The Revolutionary War

1935-01-14

Charles Escamilla, Rolling Thunder

1935-01-15

Charles Bates, Shadow of a Doubt

1935-03-01

Jed Allan, Port Charles

1935-03-30

John Charles Eaton, composer

1935-04-21

Charles Grodin, Pitt, actor, Woman in Red, Lonely Guy, Heartbreak Kid)

1935-04-21

Charles Grodin, Beethoven

1935-06-25

Charles Sheffield, Future Flight

1935-07-02

Charles Rosher Jr., 3 Women

1935-07-03

Charles Brauer, Somewhere in Berlin

1935-08-16

Charles Tyra, Basketball Headliners

1935-08-20

Charles Shere, composer

1935-08-25

Charles Wright, American poet

1935-10-03

Charles M Duke Jr, Charlotte NC, Brig Gen USAF/astronaut (Apol 16)

1935-10-03

Charles Duke, For All Mankind

1935-10-13

Charles Alverson, Jabberwocky

1935-10-14

Charles Young, The Ride

1935-10-24

Charles Alexander, Best MLB Teams

1935-10-31

Charles Cioffi, Another World

1935-11-03

Stan Kamber, Welcome Home Brother Charles

1935-11-08

Charles Ware, The Morris Minor

1936-01-24

Charles Belmont, Spray of the Days

1936-03-13

Charles Bradshaw, Paper Lion

1936-03-14

Bob Charles, Carterton, New Zealand, PGA golfer (1963 Houston Open)

1936-03-19

Charles Maggiore, The Greek Tycoon

1936-04-12

Charles Napier, actor (Night Stalker, Rambo)

1936-04-12

Charles Napier, Rambo: First Blood Part II

1936-05-23

Charles Kimbrough, actor (Murphy Brown)

1936-05-23

Charles Kimbrough, The Hunchback of Notre Dame

1936-06-09

Charles Manatt, The Bride Wore Blood

1936-07-29

Jean-Charles Capon, Daddy Nostalgia

1936-08-07

Charles Pope, US soul singer (Tams-Hey Girl Don't Bother Me)

1936-09-07

Buddy Holly [Charles Holley], Lubbock Texas, American musician (Peggy Sue, That'll Be the Day), (d. 1959)

1936-09-11

Charles Dierkop, LaCrosse Wisc, actor (Det Pete Royster-Police Woman)

1936-10-01

Charles G Fullerton, Rochester, NY, astronaut (STS-3, 51F)

1936-10-07

Charles Dutoit, Swiss conductor

1936-10-07

Charles Dutoit, Il Divo

1936-9-11

Charles Dierkop, The Sting

1937-01-31

Charles R. Davis, Bustin' Loose

1937-02-05

Stuart Damon, Port Charles

1937-02-12

Charles Everett Dumas, Tulsa Ok, high jumper (Olympic-gold-1956)

1937-02-16

Charles Akins, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

1937-04-21

Charles Lee Herron, Ky, FBI most wanted fugitive (Jan 1 1986)

1937-05-29

Charles W. Pickering, American judge

1937-06-24

Charles N. Brown, The Astounding Harry Bates

1937-07-07

Charles Hirshon, Tahiti's Girl

1937-07-13

Charles Coody, Stamford TX, PGA golfer (1971 Masters)

1937-08-15

Charles Meere, Married to the Mob

1937-08-30

Charles Southwood, I Am Sartana, Trade Your Guns for a Coffin

1937-10-17

Charles Tinsley, Hell's Angels '69

1937-10-19

Charles Kennedy, Pale Male

1937-12-08

Charles Antalosky, The Follies of WENN

1937-12-19

Charles Gormley, The Gospel According to Vic

1937-12-20

Charles Denton, The Most Powerful Politician in America

1937-9-01

Charles Douglas Home, Whirlwind: Bombing Germany - September 1939-April 1944

1937-9-26

Charles H. Batten, Puerto Rico Gas Explosion

1938-02-21

Robert Charles Guidry, Forrest Gump

1938-03-09

Charles Siebert, Kenosha Wisc, actor (One Day at A Time, Trapper John)

1938-03-09

Charles Siebert, Another World

1938-03-15

Charles Lloyd, Moment by Moment

1938-03-31

Ron Charles, Girl on a Chain Gang

1938-05-01

Charles Washburn, Sounder

1938-05-09

Charles Simic Yugoslavian-born poet, 15th Poet Laureate of the United States

1938-06-09

Charles Wuorinen, NYC, composer (Pulitzer 1980)

1938-06-16

Charles B. Pierce, Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues

1938-06-19

Charles Gwathmey, architect (5 Architects)

1938-06-19

Charles Gwathmey, The Bridge

1938-06-24

Charles Howerton, The Iron Giant

1938-07-12

Charles Gary Allison, Part 1

1938-07-23

Charles Harrelson, The Cover-Up

1938-08-11

Charles Hugh Shirley, publisher

1938-09-06

Alan Charles Downes, cameraman

1938-09-11

Charles Patrick, rocker (Monotones)

1938-10-26

Charles W Stenholm, (Rep-D-Texas, 1979- )

1938-11-24

Charles Starkweather, American Spree Killer (d. 1959)

1938-11-24

Charles Starkweather,

1938-12-28

Charles Neville, US rock vocalist/saxophonist (Neville Brothers)

1938-12-28

Charles Neville, Jay Leno/The Neville Brothers

1938-9-13

Charles Hardnett, The Visitor

1938-9-15

Charles L. Mee Jr., Seizure: The Story of Kathy Morris

1938-9-25

Charles E. Dolan, Rush Hour

1939-01-09

Charles Myers, The Godfather: Part II

1939-01-15

Charles Christopher Steel, composer

1939-02-28

Charles Brown, Cin Oh, featherweight boxer (Olympic-bronze-1964)

1939-03-05

Charles Fuller, US writer (Zooman, Soldier Story)

1939-03-05

Charles Fuller, A Soldier's Story

1939-03-11

Charles Cornette, Avondrood

1939-03-21

Charles Gagnon, La liberté en colère

1939-03-27

Lord Lyell [Charles Lyell], British politician and Conservative member of the House of Lords

1939-04-22

Charles S. Swartz, Terminal Island

1939-05-26

Charles Castle, This Was Richard Tauber

1939-05-31

Charles Drain, singer

1939-06-02

Charles Miller, rock flutist/saxophonist (War)

1939-06-05

Joe Clark [Charles Joseph], High River Alberta, (P-C) 16th Canadian PM (1979-80)

1939-06-09

Charles Webb, author

1939-06-09

Charles Webb, The Graduate

1939-06-21

Charles Boone, composer

1939-06-26

Charles "Chuck" Robb, (Sen-D-Va)/husband of Lynda Bird Johnson

1939-07-01

Charles Hatcher, (Rep-D-GA, 1981- )

1939-07-22

Charles Sloan, Roar

1939-07-24

Charles McPherson, Bird

1939-07-28

Charles Cyphers, Halloween

1939-07-28

Charles Tordjman, The Blue Villa

1939-08-04

Charles Keller III, Voyage to the End of the Earth

1939-08-10

Charles Rose, (Rep-D-North Carolina, 1973- )

1939-08-23

Charles Wardle, MP/under sect of state British home office

1939-09-11

Charles Geschke, American inventor and businessman

1939-12-15

Charles Graffeo, 10 Things I Hate About You

1939-12-17

Charles V Bush, Washington, African-American pioneer (1st African-American US Air Force Academy Graduate and US Supreme Court Page), (d. 2012)

1939-12-30

Del Shannon, [Charles Westover], Coopersville Mich, rocker (Runaway)

1939-9-19

Charles Pemberton, The Four Feathers

1939-9-28

Charles D. Brooks III, Emma Mae

1940-01-31

Charles O. Lynch, Chapter II

1940-02-18

Charles Robert Jenkins, 39 Years 6 Months 4 Days/Michael Jordan/Rex

1940-02-27

Charles Parks, Speed 2: Cruise Control

1940-03-30

Charles C. Bennett, Drumline

1940-05-20

Charles Blackwell, What's New Pussycat

1940-06-01

Charles Weldon, Stir Crazy

1940-06-13

Charles May, Wonder Women

1940-07-09

Charles Hardesty, Wild at Heart

1940-07-13

Patrick Stewart, Mirfield England, actor (Picard-Star Trek Next Generation, Charles Xavier-X-men)

1940-08-30

Charles Taylor, The Edge of Night

1940-10-06

Ellen Travolta, Englewood NJ, actress (Grease, Charles in Charge)

1940-10-30

Charles Fox, Barbarella

1940-11-04

John Charles, The Quiet Earth

1940-9-04

Sonny Charles, The Black Connection

1941-01-21

Edwin Starr, [Charles Hatcher], US singer (War)

1941-03-24

Charles Marsh, Once Were Warriors

1941-03-27

Charles Pashayan Jr, (Rep-R-CA, 1979- )

1941-05-03

Charles Thomas Murphy, History of the World: Part I

1941-05-24

Charles Earland, Dynamite Brothers

1941-06-06

Charles Powell, The Exercise of Power

1941-06-24

Charles Whitman,

1941-08-18

Charles Bartlett, Babe

1941-10-11

Charles Shyer, American film director

1941-10-11

Charles Shyer, The Parent Trap

1941-10-22

Charles Keating, London England, actor (Carl Hutchins-Another World)

1941-10-22

Charles Keating, All My Children

1941-11-22

Ron McClure, Charles Lloyd soittaa

1942-03-04

Charles C. Krulak, 31st Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps

1942-03-07

Charles R. Boutin, American politician

1942-03-11

Charles Swan, American actor

1942-03-11

Charles W. Swan,

1942-03-20

Charles Appel, 1220

1942-05-17

Caroline Charles, fashion designer

1942-05-18

Charles C. Thompson II, A Glimpse of Hell

1942-06-05

Charles Dodge, composer

1942-06-16

Charles Palouzie, Motostory

1942-06-22

Charles Hendrix, Thunder Road

1942-07-10

Charles Lanyer, The Stepfather

1942-11-23

Charles Martin, The Dead Don't Scream

1942-12-01

Charles Fox, Out of the Blue

1942-12-10

Catherine Share, Will You Kill for Me? Charles Manson and His Followers

1942-12-11

Nancy Linehan Charles, Dracula

1942-9-12

Charles L. Grant, The Milkman Cometh

1943-01-17

Daniel Charles Brandenstein, Watertown Wi, ast (STS 8, 51-G, 32, 49)

1943-01-29

Charles Fitzgerald-Lombard, Abbot of Downside

1943-02-05

Charles Winfield, Penn, rocker (Blood Sweat & Tears-Spinning Wheel)

1943-02-28

Charles Bernstein, American composer

1943-02-28

Charles Bernstein, Inglourious Basterds

1943-03-09

Charles Gibson, American television journalist

1943-03-09

Charles Gibson, 20/20

1943-04-12

Charles Ludlam, NYC, playwright/actor (Big Easy)

1943-04-12

Charles Ludlam, The Big Easy

1943-05-02

Charles E. Moran, Grease

1943-05-30

Charles Collingwood, The Dark Crystal

1943-06-02

Charles Haid, SF Ca, actor (Andy Renko-Hill St Blues, Altered States)

1943-06-02

Charles Haid, Altered States

1943-06-09

Charles Saatchi, English magnate (Saatchi & Saatchi)

1943-06-09

Charles Saatchi, Ad Men

1943-06-30

Charles Blaker, You Again

1943-07-29

Charles Hallahan, actor (Hunter)

1943-07-29

Charles Hallahan, The Thing

1943-08-14

Charles Wolfe, The Atomic Cafe

1943-08-26

Charles Abbott, Sweetie

1943-10-14

Charles A. Bangert, The Body Human: The Living Code

1943-10-16

Charles Frederick Turner, The Campaign

1943-11-05

Charles Biétry, Les guignols, les dix premières années

1943-11-09

Charles E. Sellier Jr., Ancient Secrets of the Bible

1943-11-29

Charles Clemmons, Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War

1943-9-05

Jack Charles, Pan

1943-9-21

Charles Balcer, A Clown in Babylon

1943-9-28

Warren Lieberfarb, Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin

1944-01-23

Charles Correll, Animal House

1944-01-26

Charles Gorgano, Missing Child

1944-02-12

Charles Pasarell, tennis pro

1944-03-03

Charles Braverman, The Brotherhood of Justice

1944-03-21

Charles Edward Greene, Pine Bluff Ark, 4x100m runner (Oly-gold-1968)

1944-04-13

Charles Burnett, director (When it Rains, Glass Shield)

1944-04-13

Charles Burnett, Killer of Sheep

1944-07-09

Glen [Charles] Cook, US, sci-fi author (Shadowline, Star's End)

1944-08-19

Charles Wang, Chinese-born philanthropist

1944-08-29

Charles B. Moss Jr., Let's Scare Jessica to Death

1944-08-30

Charles Colbert, Chicago Ill, rocker (American Breed)

1944-09-18

Charles Lacy Veach, Chicago Illinois, astronaut (STS 39, STS 52)

1944-10-21

Beau Charles, Satisfaction

1944-11-16

Charles Jay Hammer, actor (Fletcher Reade-Guiding Light)

1945-01-19

Charles Amirkhanian, composer

1945-01-19

Charles Amirkhanian, Trimpin: The Sound of Invention

1945-01-21

Charles Walker, General Hospital

1945-01-27

Charles Meshack, Commando

1945-02-22

Leslie Charleson, Port Charles

1945-02-28

Charles "Bubba" Smith, Tx, NFLer (Balt Colts)/actor (Police Academy)

1945-03-22

Charles "Chuck" Jackson, US singer (Playboy, Independents)

1945-04-04

Walter Charles, East Strousberg PA, actor (Fletch Lives, Weeds)

1945-04-04

Walter Charles, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

1945-04-13

Charles Robinson, American actor

1945-04-28

Charles Boswell, General Hospital

1945-05-15

Anthony Charles, Shadows

1945-07-20

Charles Bowden, The House I Live In

1945-11-05

Charles Doswell, Tornadoes: A Spotter's Guide

1945-11-09

Charles Robinson, Beowulf

1945-11-12

Charles Millon, L'argent, le sang et la démocratie - À propos de l'affaire Karachi

1945-12-02

Charles Watson, Female Trouble

1945-12-17

Charles Briles, The Trouble with Girls

1945-9-14

Charles Purpura, Heaven Help Us

1945-9-16

Marion Charles, Soylent Green

1946-01-15

Charles Brown, All My Children

1946-01-31

Charles Stransky, Homicide

1946-04-14

Charles Lewinsky, Haus an bester Lage

1946-04-28

John-Charles Kelly, The Guru

1946-04-30

Charles McCrann, Bloodeaters

1946-05-17

Charles France, Dancers

1946-06-30

Nick Charles, Sports Tonight

1946-08-19

Charles F Bolden Jr, Columbia SC, astronaut (STS 61C, 31, 45, 60)

1946-08-19

Charles F. Bolden Jr., The 64th Annual Academy Awards

1946-08-25

Charles Ghigna (Father Goose), American poet and Children's Author

1946-10-10

Charles Dance, Redditch, Worcestershire, English actor/director (Alien 3, Jewel in the Crown)

1946-10-10

Charles Dance, The Imitation Game

1946-12-16

Charles Dennis, Finders Keepers

1946-9-06

John Charles Farrow, John Paul Jones

1946-9-30

Charles Brewer, Airport

1947-02-06

Charles Hickcox, US, 200m/400m medley swimmer (Olympic-3 gold-1968)

1947-04-07

Charles 'skip' Pitts, Washington D.C., soul and blues guitarist (Shaft), (d. 2012)

1947-04-07

Charles 'Skip' Pitts, Black Snake Moan

1947-04-17

Charles Frank, All My Children

1947-05-13

Charles Gordon, Die Hard

1947-05-13

Charles Baxter, Feast of Love

1947-06-23

Charles Saari, My Brother, the Hero

1947-07-04

Charles Coleman, Prime Target

1947-07-17

Camilla Parker Bowles (Duchess of Cornwall), London England, wife of Prince Charles

1947-07-22

Charles Elkins, Die Perle Anna

1947-10-17

Charles A Ingene, macromarketing researcher

1948-01-05

Charles Hough, Knuckleball!

1948-01-28

Charles Taylor, President of Liberia

1948-03-05

Annette Charles, Grease

1948-06-21

Larry Charles White, Uncommon Valor

1948-06-29

Charles McCorquodale, art historian

1948-08-29

Charles David Walker, astronaut (STS 12 STS 16 STS 23)

1948-09-06

Charles "Claydes" Smith, Jersey City NJ, guitarist (Kool & The Gang)

1948-10-15

Rush Holt, The Outing of Valerie Plame/Whose Life Is It Anyway?/Prince Charles

1948-10-15

Charles Moore, Love Relations

1948-11-14

Charles Philip Arthur George (Prince Charles), Prince of Wales/Duke of Cornwall

1948-11-14

Prince Charles, Symphony for the Spire

1948-12-16

Charles Heung, God of Gamblers

1948-12-23

Charles Herbert, 13 Ghosts

1948-9-10

Charles Simonyi, The Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires

1949-03-08

Charles Lismont, Belgian marathon runner (Olympic-silver-1972)

1949-03-12

Charles Levin, Manhattan

1949-04-02

Charles E. Gerber, Maestro

1949-05-11

Charles Canada, Falling Up

1949-08-02

Charles Roven, The Dark Knight

1949-08-24

Charles Rocket, American actor (d. 2005)

1949-08-24

Charles Rocket, Dumb & Dumber

1949-10-07

Charles Woods Gray, I Origins

1949-11-28

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Malibu: Surf Forever

1949-12-13

Charles E. Bailey, On the Outside Looking In

1949-12-29

Charles Mann, Chairman of the Board/Charles Mann/Sylvia

1950-01-21

Billy Ocean, [Leslie S Charles], Trinidad, singer (Caribbean Queen)

1950-03-13

Charles Krauthammer, American political commentator

1950-03-13

Charles Krauthammer, Episode dated 15 September 2013

1950-03-23

Charles Dwight Lee, Titanic

1950-04-04

Charles Bernstein, Finding Forrester

1950-04-30

Charles Stettler, Who's the Man?

1950-07-11

Alan Brooks, Port Charles

1950-08-05

Frank H. Conn, Port Charles

1950-08-25

Charles Fambrough, American jazz musician

1950-08-25

Charles Fambrough, Jazz at the Smithsonian: Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers

1950-08-27

Charles Fleischer, Wash DC, comedian (Roger Rabbit)

1950-08-27

Charles Fleischer, Who Framed Roger Rabbit

1950-09-21

Charles Clarke, British politician

1950-10-15

Charles Ciup, Galileo's Cannonball

1950-11-04

Charles Frazier, American author

1950-11-04

Charles Frazier, Cold Mountain

1950-11-13

Charles Bolton, To Encourage the Others

1950-11-23

Charles E Schumer, (Rep-D-NY, 1981-1999, Sen-D-NY, 1999 -)

1950-9-21

Charles Clarke, Episode dated 27 January 2011

1951-01-16

Charles Musser, Before the Nickelodeon: The Cinema of Edwin S. Porter

1951-01-30

Charles S Dutton, Balt Md, actor (Alien 3, Crocodile Dundee 2, Roc)

1951-01-30

Charles S. Dutton, Alien³

1951-02-06

Charles M. Young, Classic Albums: Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols

1951-02-09

Charles Simmons, Back to the Future

1951-02-20

Edward Albert, Port Charles

1951-04-12

Charles Gunning, The Haunting

1951-06-04

Charles Dickinson, American author

1951-06-11

Charles B. Jenkins, The Postman Always Rings Twice

1951-06-24

Charles Sturridge, Shackleton

1951-08-05

Charles Nemes, Don't Die Too Hard!

1951-08-12

Charles E Brady Jr, Pinehurst NC, Cmdr USN/astronaut (STS 78)

1951-11-12

Cathy Ferrara, Charles Mendoro

1951-11-27

Charles H. Eglee, Tell It to the Frogs

1951-12-22

Charles de Lint, Neth, sci-fi author (Moonhear, Mulengro, Yarrow)

1951-12-22

Charles DeLint, The Sacred Fire

1951-12-27

Charles Band, Blood Dolls

1952-01-12

Charles Faulkner, American motivational speaker and author

1952-02-12

Lord Charles Brocket, Episode #3.3

1952-03-12

Charles Jamieson, The Angels' Share

1952-05-08

Charles J Camarda, NYC, PhD/astronaut

1952-05-12

Charles Carroll, Eagle Eye

1952-06-17

Charles DeJurnett, 1985 NFC Championship Game

1952-06-26

Karla Henderson, Welcome Home Brother Charles

1952-08-06

Charles M. Fries, Progeny

1952-08-24

Charles Ward, Staying Alive

1952-10-01

Charles H. Furey, Meet Joe Black

1952-10-22

Charles S. Haas, Gremlins 2: The New Batch

1952-12-04

Charles Serrano, The Warriors

1952-12-31

Charles Ogletree, The House I Live In

1952-9-30

Charles W. Clark, In Saturn's Rings

1953-03-31

Andy Halliday, The Lady in Question Is Charles Busch

1953-05-25

Jane Priest, Perth Australia, Prince Charles' lover

1953-05-28

Charles A. Vogeler, NCIS

1953-07-14

Charles Haugk, Star Trek

1953-10-30

Charles Martin Smith, Van Nuys CA, actor (American Graffiti)

1953-10-30

Charles Martin Smith, The Untouchables

1953-12-26

Charles Lane, Sidewalk Stories

1954-03-10

Tina Charles, Episode #2.3

1954-03-19

Charles Pinnell, horse trainer

1954-04-16

Charles Groenhuijsen, Episode #4.29

1954-06-22

Charles T Canady, (Rep-R-Florida)

1954-06-30

Pierre Charles, Prime Minister of Dominica (d. 2004)

1954-08-02

James Charles Kopp, American citizen who murdered Barnett Slepian

1954-08-23

Charles Busch, One Life to Live

1954-10-03

Al Sharpton [Alfred Charles], Brooklyn, New York, minister and civil rights activist (Keepin' It Real)

1954-10-17

Charles Suits, Breathing Room

1954-12-16

Charles Romes, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1955-02-09

Charles Shaughnessy, London, actor (Shane-Days of our Lives, Nanny)

1955-02-09

Charles Shaughnessy, General Hospital

1955-03-22

Charles Jackson, Denver Broncos vs. New York Jets

1955-04-27

Charles Majka, Winterbeast

1955-05-25

Ray Charles Robinson Jr., Ray

1955-06-29

Charles J Precourt, Waltham Mass, astronaut (STS 55, 71, 84, sk:91)

1955-07-02

Charles Green, Kidnapping Mr. Heineken

1955-08-04

Charles D "Sam" Gemar, Yankton SD, army/astronaut (STS 38, 48, 62)

1955-09-17

Charles Martinet, American actor

1955-10-24

Charles Lang, Phoenix

1955-11-20

Timothy Kristian Charles Mace, Great Britain, cosmonaut

1955-9-17

Charles Martinet, The Game

1956-02-20

Charles Cummins, Clintwood Va, 3rd of 5 siblings born on 2/20

1956-02-25

Jean Bruce Scott, Port Charles

1956-05-17

Sugar Ray [Charles] Leonard, Rocky Mount North Carolina, boxer (Olympics-gold-76)

1956-05-30

Charles M. Howell IV, Animaniacs: Wakko's Wish

1956-06-14

Charles E. McCarthy, Starving Artists

1956-07-24

Charles Crist, Governor of Florida

1956-08-02

Bill Murchison Jr, Lake Charles LA, Nike golfer (1994 Boise Open-2nd)

1956-09-12

Charles Henry Beck, Fayetteville NC, PGA golfer (1990 Buick Open 1992)

1956-09-16

Charles Fearing, rock guitarist (Raydio)

1956-10-02

Charles Adler, Aladdin

1956-10-02

Charles Seabrook, Forrest Gump

1956-10-31

Charles Moore, Election 2010

1956-11-01

Charles Moore, British editor-in-chief (Sunday Telegraph)

1956-11-02

Charles Daumont, Blind Vengeance

1956-12-01

Larry Charles, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1956-12-03

Charles M. Huber, Enemy Mine

1956-9-18

Charles Willey, The McO Filter

1957-02-15

Charles Edward Pevensey Tennant, aristocrat

1957-03-11

Charles Renoult, Ver van familie

1957-04-03

Charles Jones, NBA forward (Houston Rockets)

1957-04-30

Charles Robert Carner, Witless Protection

1957-05-02

Domonic L Pudwill Gorie, Lake Charles LA, USN/astronaut (sk: STS-91)

1957-05-08

Marie Myriam, Charles Aznavour

1957-05-26

Charles Van Eman, Unstoppable

1957-06-05

Charles Falk, Marshmallowsavsnittet

1957-06-29

Charles Johnson, Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants

1957-07-28

Charles Alexander, Super Bowl XVI

1957-09-13

Mark Charles Wiebe, Seaside OR, PGA golfer (1985 Anheuser-Busch)

1957-11-29

Charles Grant, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, American actor (Evan Frame-Another World, Bold & Beautiful)

1957-11-29

Charles Grant, Another World

1957-9-26

Charles Baker, Dallas Cowboys vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1958-01-22

Charles White, A Triumph of the Heart: The Ricky Bell Story

1958-01-27

Charles Waltz, rocker (Shooting Star)

1958-04-03

Charles Peattie, Celeb

1958-04-29

Charles Smith, Guardians of the Galaxy

1958-04-30

Charles Berling, French actor, director and screenwriter

1958-04-30

Charles Berling, March of the Penguins

1958-05-03

Charles Kiefer, Valsa Para Bruno Stein

1958-05-28

Charles Zucker, Teen Wolf

1958-12-25

Charles Paviot, The Unbearable Lightness of Being

1959-02-14

David Charles DuBois, Shattered

1959-03-03

Charles Shannon II, Episode dated 13 October 1997

1959-05-06

Charles Hendry, Cuckfield Sussex, British Conservative Party politician

1959-05-07

Robin L Freeman, St Charles MO, PGA golfer (1993 Northern Telecom-3rd)

1959-06-24

Alim Kouliev, A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III

1959-11-25

Charles Kennedy, British politician

1959-11-25

Charles Kennedy, Episode #24.8

1959-12-07

Charles Darby, Deconstructing Harry

1959-9-05

Charles Colville, What Are Dreams?

1959-9-13

Nick Vallelonga, Port Charles

1959-9-17

Charles Lawson, The Firm

1960-01-06

Charles Homet, Tuesdays with Morrie

1960-01-26

Charles Gillingham, Cruel Intentions

1960-02-05

Charles McGowan, A Chorus Line

1960-02-19

Charles Schneider, Zodiac

1960-02-22

Charles Cullen, Angel of Death/Rosie's Run for the Roses

1960-04-13

Charles Winecoff, Doris Day

1960-04-15

Joseph Kell, Port Charles

1960-04-25

Neil Tadken, Port Charles

1960-06-04

Charles Taylor, RoboCop

1960-07-09

Charles Gavin, Rita Lee: MTV Unplugged

1960-07-23

Charles Okafor, Sting

1960-09-22

Scott Baio, Bkln, (Joanie Loves Chachi, Charles in Charge, Zapped)

1960-10-07

Phil Reynolds, King Charles I: The Royal Martyr

1960-10-14

Charles Cotayo, Decapolis II

1960-11-03

[Charles] Karch Kiraly, Jackson, Michigan, American volleyball player (Oly-3 g-84, 88, 96)

1960-11-15

Charles Payne, Episode dated 19 October 2015

1960-9-11

Charles-André Bertrand, The Sum of All Fears

1961-02-20

Rodney Van Johnson, Port Charles

1961-03-09

Adrian Barry, An Audience with Charles Dickens

1961-04-12

Charles Mann, Super Bowl XVIII

1961-04-23

Charles Castella, Petite météorologie ou Sept histoires de temps

1961-05-16

Charles Wright, American professional wrestler known as "The Godfather"

1961-05-16

Charles Wright, Episode #3.2

1961-05-25

Charles Shirvell, Episode #5.7

1961-06-11

Charles Ireland, Waterworld

1961-07-02

Charles Biddle Jr., Hawk's Vengeance

1961-07-21

Charles Assiff, Original

1961-11-05

Charles O Hobaugh, Bar Harbor ME, Capt USMC/astronaut

1961-11-05

Charles Owen Hobaugh, Space Station 3D

1961-11-24

Charles Ng,

1961-12-11

Mike Henneman, St Charles MO, pitcher (Texas Rangers)

1961-9-11

Charles J.D. Schlissel, The Prestige

1961-9-21

David Charles, Into the Storm

1961-9-24

Charles Wace, The Hotel Inspector

1962-03-29

Charles Mandracchia, Dancing with Those Showtoonz

1962-05-24

Charles Rettinghaus, Radio Silence

1962-06-03

Connie Price-Smith, St Charles MO, discus thrower (Oly-5th-96)

1962-06-10

Charles Thomas Doyle, There Will Be Blood

1962-08-12

Charles Wahlheim, Santa Barbara

1962-08-15

Charles Finch, Bad Girls

1962-11-28

Charles Bruce, Smallville

1962-12-10

Charles Matthau, Freaky Deaky

1962-9-23

Mike Charles, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1962-9-30

Charles F. FitzSimons, Back to the Future Part II

1963-02-20

Charles Barkley, Leads Alabama, NBA forward (Phoenix, Rockets, Oly-gold-96)

1963-02-20

Charles Barkley, Look Who's Talking Now

1963-03-02

Suzette Charles, NJ, replaced Vanessa Williams as Miss America (1983)

1963-03-02

Charles Perez, Volcano

1963-03-03

Suzette Charles, The Young and the Restless

1963-04-05

Charles Edwin Powell, Screamers

1963-04-15

Charles Segars, National Treasure

1963-05-12

Charles Pettigrew, American singer (Charles and Eddie) (d. 2001)

1963-05-26

Charles Van Eman, Pitts, actor (Charlie-All My Children, Dynasty II)

1963-11-19

Zeena LaVey, Charles Manson Superstar

1963-11-25

Lorenzo Charles, Phi Slama Jama for Never Winning a National Championship

1963-12-18

Charles Oakley, NBA forward (NY Knicks)

1963-12-18

Charles Oakley, Forget Paris

1964-01-06

Charles Haley, NFL defensive end (Dallas Cowboys)

1964-01-06

Charles Haley, Super Bowl XXVII

1964-02-26

Christopher Maleki, Port Charles

1964-05-20

Earl Charles Spencer, Sandringham England, brother of Princess Diana

1964-05-20

Earl Charles Spencer, The Many Lovers of Miss Jane Austen

1964-06-06

Charles Ashenoff, WCW/NWO Starrcade

1964-07-02

Charles Robinson, American wrestling referee

1964-07-02

Charles Robinson, Episode dated 21 January 2010

1964-07-11

Craig Charles, English actor

1964-07-11

Craig Charles, Ouroboros

1964-11-09

Charles Schner, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

1964-12-12

Dennis Parker, Port Charles

1964-12-18

Charles Bryan, Lucifer and the Magus

1964-12-19

Charles Nelson, Limit Up

1964-12-28

Charles Sinek, dance skater (& Beata Handra-1997 Pac Coast Sr 3rd)

1965-01-25

Charles Acosta, Drop Dead Sexy

1965-02-22

Charles Vere, Who Wrote Shakespeare's Works?

1965-02-27

David Gail, Port Charles

1965-04-04

Black Francis, [Charles Thompson], US singer/songwriter (Pixies)

1965-04-04

Zwart Francis, [Charles Thompson], US singer/songwriter (Pixies)

1965-04-11

Charles McCracken, Alien

1965-04-30

Gregory Charles Rivers, Biao jie, ni hao ye! 4 zhi qing bu zi jin

1965-05-28

Michael Charles Brisky, Brownsville TX, PGA golfer (1995 Buick-2nd)

1965-07-16

Charles Smith, NBA forward (San Antonio Spurs)

1965-10-25

Charles Scaggs, IWA Mid South: 500th Show

1965-10-28

Charles David Denler, Buddha Wild: Monk in a Hut

1965-12-20

Charles Werquin, Coucou c'est nous!

1965-12-29

Charles Maquignon, Hannibal Rising

1965-9-09

Charles Esten, The Postman

1966-01-31

Charles Dimry, NFL cornerback (Tampa Bay Bucs, Philadelphia Eagles)

1966-01-31

Charles Dimry, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1966-02-16

Charles Papert, American History X

1966-07-05

Charles Herman-Wurmfeld, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde

1966-11-20

Charles Payne, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

1966-11-30

Charles McVicker, Emotionally Retarded

1967-04-16

Charles Evans, NFL running back (Minnesota Vikings)

1967-04-16

Charles Evans, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

1967-05-01

Charles Carlini, Moogfest 2006: Live

1967-05-05

Charles Nagy, Fairfield CT, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1967-05-05

Charles Nagy, 1999 MLB All-Star Game

1967-05-14

Charles Ritter,

1967-10-11

Charles Ogletree, Greenville NC, tornado yachter (Olympics-8th-1996)

1967-11-07

Julie Pinson, Port Charles

1967-12-17

Steve Filice, Port Charles

1967-12-18

Charles Christopher Rymer, Cleveland TN, PGA golfer (1995 Shell-3rd)

1967-9-11

Charles Crossin, Capote

1968-02-12

Grégory Charles, French Canadian singer, dancer, pianist, radio and television host

1968-02-12

Gregory Charles, Gabrielle

1968-04-23

Charles Stan Frazier, American Pie

1968-05-30

Renee Allman, Port Charles

1968-06-10

Susan Haskell, Port Charles

1968-07-01

Charles Wilson, NFL wide receiver (NY Jets)

1968-07-03

Christian Charles, Comedian

1968-07-30

Charles Gordon, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)

1968-09-16

Charles McRae, NFL guard/tackle (Tampa Bay Bucs)

1968-10-12

Charles Anthony, CFL defensive back (Toronto Argonauts)

1968-11-15

Jennifer Charles, American singer/songwriter

1968-11-15

Jennifer Charles, The Game

1968-11-16

Charles Campbell, Neon Genesis Evangelion

1968-11-22

Daedra Charles, WNBA forward/center (LA Sparks)

1968-11-29

Charles Stelzried, Fish in a Barrel

1969-01-22

Charles Pittard, Sweet Bird of You

1969-02-06

April Lerman, Chicago Ill, actress (Lila-Charles in Charge)

1969-03-07

Charles Darby, The Matrix

1969-06-18

Charles Hubbell, Midnight Chronicles

1969-07-04

Charles Paraventi, Man on Fire

1969-07-25

Charles Lafortune, Le cercle

1969-10-01

Charles Edwards, Batman Begins

1969-10-09

Charles Jordan, wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1969-10-09

Charles Jordan, Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings

1969-10-15

Charles Rhine, Star Wars: Revelations

1969-11-03

Charles Reynolds, The Inflicted

1969-12-05

Charles Pritzel, Herpers

1969-12-16

Charles Mincy, NFL safety (Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

1969-12-16

Charles Mincy, Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1969-12-22

Nicola Charles, Episode #1.2774

1970-01-15

Charles Deenen, The Fast and the Furious

1970-01-22

Brian Gaskill, Port Charles

1970-02-13

Charles Mayer, Ip Man 2

1970-02-24

Jonathan Ward, Balt Md, actor (Doug-Charles in Charge, Beans Baxter)

1970-06-01

Jean-Charles Fitoussi, The Days When I Do Not Exist

1970-07-02

Amy Weber, Port Charles

1970-07-03

Charles Zawose, Peter Gabriel: Growing Up Live

1970-07-27

David Smith, Charles Manson: Journey Into Evil

1970-08-12

Charles Mesure, British actor

1970-08-12

Charles Mesure, Boogeyman

1970-10-04

Hency Charles, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-10-11

Charles Arthur Berg, Wristcutters: A Love Story

1970-10-29

Charles Swann, WLAF cornerback (Scotland Claymores)

1970-11-09

Chad Ogea, Lake Charles LA, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1970-11-17

Charles Dirden III, What to Do with Your Dead Hooker

1970-12-03

Charles Hope, WLAF guard (Frankfurt Galaxy)

1970-12-05

Charles Linehan, Batman & Robin

1971-01-16

Josh Charles Hyatt, The Wager

1971-02-27

Charles Baker, Splinter

1971-04-09

Charles Johnston, Canadian Idol

1971-04-13

Charles Outlaw, NBA forward (LA Clippers, Orlando Magic)

1971-06-17

Richard Charles, Oliver Twist

1971-06-28

Emile Charles, The Fruit Machine

1971-07-02

Charles Ricciardi, Drew: The Man Behind the Poster

1971-07-20

Charles Johnson, Fort Pierce Fla, catcher (US Olympics 1992, Marlins)

1971-07-20

Charles Johnson, 1997 World Series

1971-09-15

Josh Charles, actor (Crossing the Bridge, Cooperstown)

1971-12-07

Charles J. Wiltraut, Vic

1971-12-13

Dan Charles Zukoski, Home Alone

1971-9-15

Josh Charles, Dead Poets Society

1971-9-16

Charles Fields, Fish Hawk

1971-9-19

Charles Malota, Nine 1/2 Weeks

1972-01-03

Charles Johnson, NFL wide receiver (Pittsburgh Steelers)

1972-01-03

Charles Johnson, 2001 AFC Championship Game

1972-01-13

Nicole Eggert, Glendale California, actress (Charles in Charge, Baywatch)

1972-02-19

Lou Charles, Man on a Ledge

1972-02-27

Charles Washington Jr., Fallen

1972-03-29

Charles Barton Bollfrass, Shifty Positions

1972-05-14

Scott Charles, Bad Boys II

1972-05-27

Charles C. Johnson, The Suffering

1972-06-06

Tamara Davies, Port Charles

1972-08-01

Charles Malik Whitfield, Behind Enemy Lines

1972-08-14

Charles Tait, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

1972-11-24

Charles Babbage, Shooting Nick

1972-12-16

Charles Gipson, American baseball player

1972-12-27

Charles Way, NFL fullback (NY Giants)

1972-12-27

Regis Charles, Le hérisson

1972-9-05

David Yapp, Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life

1972-9-18

Charles Lee Dodson, ChickenHawk

1973-01-16

Josie Davis, Los Angeles California, actress (Sarah-Charles in Charge) [or Jun 19]

1973-01-16

Charles Bice-Bey, All Souls Day: Dia de los Muertos

1973-02-14

Charles Unwin, Bloodline

1973-03-03

Charles-Philippe d'Orléans, Je suis une célébrité, sortez-moi de là!

1973-05-26

Charles W. Patmon, By Means Most Foul

1973-06-03

Charles Emanuel, safety (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-06-19

Josie Davis, actress (Charles in Charge) [or Jan 16]

1973-06-24

Charles Venn, The Dark Knight

1973-07-28

Charles J. Akin, Heaven Adores You

1973-08-16

Garry Charles, Sinister Visions

1973-11-22

Charles Senard, Entre ses mains

1974-05-08

Charles Kramer, The Osbournes

1974-05-15

Charles Leslie, The Grudge 2

1974-08-18

Marcos García Casalderrey, Charles entrega un salvoconducto a Antonio/Mario se entera de que va a ser padre

1974-09-06

Justin Whalin, SF California, actor (Jimmy-Lois & Clark, Charles in Charge)

1974-10-07

Alexander Polinsky, SF California, actor (Adam-Charles in Charge)

1974-11-06

Josh Holland, Port Charles

1974-11-19

Aimee Brooks, Port Charles

1975-02-22

Charles O'Bannon, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons)

1975-03-10

Charles 'Skeeta' Jenkins, Lil' Varmints

1975-04-16

Charles Pirozzi, Fangs

1975-05-13

Charles Daniel Sandoval, Man Push Cart

1975-06-10

Charles Gibson, Year One

1975-06-17

Charles T. Henry, Bedazzled

1975-08-13

D. Charles Griffith, Thank You, Good Night

1975-08-16

Charles Linshaw, The Vaccine War

1975-08-22

Charles C Smith, NBA guard (Miami Heat)

1975-10-28

Charles Huddleston, Blue

1975-12-30

Dominic Peterson, Port Charles

1975-9-06

Opal Anchel, Port Charles

1975-9-07

Charles Smith, Small Town Gay Bar

1976-01-29

Charles Divins, American model and actor

1976-01-29

Charles Divins, Passions

1976-04-15

Mikael Riesebeck, Charles

1976-05-23

Kelly Monaco, Port Charles

1976-06-01

Stuart Charles, Coma

1976-06-08

Charles Keetly, Escape from Chernobourg

1976-06-21

Charles Troubat, Hk

1976-08-31

Charles Adelman, 2:13

1976-08-31

Charles Campbell Jr., Baker's Mound

1976-10-07

Charles Woodson, American football player

1976-10-07

Charles Woodson, Charles Woodson/Andrew Siciliano/Clint Bowyer

1976-10-08

Melissa Charles, When Love Walks In

1976-11-09

Ion Overman, Port Charles

1976-11-22

Charles M. Creel, Robodoc

1976-12-03

Charles Hutchison, The New Guy

1976-9-30

James Charles Campbell, Drifting Elegant

1977-02-03

Matt Charles, Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time

1977-02-18

Charles Campignion, Le silence des églises

1977-03-12

Charles Pryor, What a Rush

1977-07-19

Charles Spencer, ECW Massacre on 34th St.

1977-10-28

Lauren Woodland, Port Charles

1977-11-20

Rudy Charles, American professional wrestling referee

1977-11-23

Charles Rooke,

1977-11-28

Willy Louis-Charles, Killing Them Softly

1977-9-15

Christopher Charles Crosby, Daddy Day Care

1977-9-19

Charles Schwartz, The Avengers

1978-01-20

Charles Parsons, In the Bag

1978-05-20

Eric Priestley, Port Charles

1978-08-04

Heather Charles, levar

1978-08-05

Anastasia Horne, Port Charles

1978-12-08

Charles Peterson, Laws of Deception

1978-12-21

Charles Dera, Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge

1978-9-03

Charles Grant, New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints

1979-02-06

Charles-Evrard Tchekhoff, Dead Like Me: Life After Death

1979-02-15

Charles Alan Jones, Jock Butterscotch

1979-02-25

Charles Jeffreys, The Wolf of Wall Street

1979-03-13

Charles Porter, Nailed

1979-04-04

Charles Butler, Salt Lake City Utah, dance skater (& Joseph-1997 Natl)

1979-05-30

Clint Bowyer, Charles Woodson/Andrew Siciliano/Clint Bowyer

1979-06-11

Chris Huse, Port Charles

1979-06-15

Charles Zwolsman Jr., Dutch racing driver

1979-06-20

Charles Howell III, Professional Golfer

1979-08-17

Charles Aitken, Sunflower

1979-10-12

Charles McNear, They Listen: Lost Footage of Dr. Scott

1979-10-19

Charles Kittay, Treadmill

1979-11-11

Charles-Olivier Michaud, Snow & Ashes

1979-11-15

Charles Hughes, Notting Hill

1979-12-19

Bradley Charles Etheridge, Easy A

1980-01-02

Charles Donohoe, Showtime at the Apollo

1980-01-19

Charles Cardwell, Legend of the Red Reaper

1980-02-28

Charles Halford, The World's Fastest Indian

1980-03-13

Charles Anthony Mitchell, Best Night Ever

1980-03-31

Charles Rubendall, Torte Bluma

1980-04-02

Charles Desilets, 300

1980-05-06

Charles Hayes, Earth

1980-05-11

Charles Harrison, The Prestige

1980-05-12

Charles Everett Elmore III, Waiting for Player

1980-05-21

Charles W. Davidson, Chasing the Train

1980-06-08

Charles Grayson, Window

1980-06-29

Martin Truex Jr., Charles Woodson/Andrew Siciliano/Clint Bowyer

1980-07-09

Jeffrey Charles Higgins, Silent Hill

1980-08-06

Charles McCarthy, UFC 83: Serra vs. St. Pierre 2

1980-09-18

Charles Hedger - British musician (Cradle of Filth)

1980-10-11

Charles A. Christman III, The Eye of Menw

1980-11-07

Charles Rod, Daddy Hunt: Volume Three

1980-12-19

Billy O'Sullivan, Port Charles

1980-9-05

Charles Kienzle, Redline

1981-01-08

Charles Lewis III, The Diary of a Teenage Girl

1981-01-10

Charles Yi, Traffic in the Sky

1981-02-23

Charles Tillman, American football player

1981-02-23

Charles Tillman, Episode dated 18 December 2014

1981-08-09

Charles Van Tieghem, Scènes de ménages

1981-08-13

Charles Nelson,

1981-10-01

Charles R. Mathews, Surrogates

1981-11-07

Charles Dewandeler, Parody Movie

1981-11-23

Charles T. Conrad, Katrina's New Beau

1981-12-05

Charles Brenner, Silent Liberty

1981-9-11

Charles Kelley, Zero Dark Thirty

1982-01-02

Charles Edmond, My Horrible Love

1982-01-19

Charles Jones, Dreamgirls

1982-03-06

Charles Schiell, The Lodge

1982-06-21

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, London, England, son of Prince Charles & Lady Diana

1982-07-28

Charles-Henri Avelange, Starship: Rising

1982-10-02

Charles Mulford, Infamous

1982-10-05

Charles Mills, Sobre tu cadaver

1982-10-31

Charles Godin, Ben X

1982-11-02

Charles Itandje, French footballer

1983-01-13

Charles Randall, Two Weeks Notice

1983-01-31

Wayne Charles Fugate, The Longest Yard

1983-02-26

Charles Hood, Freezer Burn

1983-04-17

Charles Oliva, The CO-OP

1983-05-02

Gaius Charles, Salt

1983-05-03

Joshua Charles Parker, King County

1983-05-18

Jonathan Gabriel Charles, Blue Knight

1983-07-01

Charles Kopelson, Collectors

1983-10-03

Charles Pasternak, The Gravediggers

1983-10-13

Charles Miller, The Little Kidnappers

1983-11-06

Charles Harrelson, Blueberry

1983-12-13

Chris Charles, Checking Out

1983-12-13

Charles Gale, Sahara

1983-12-15

Charles Henri Belleville, The Inheritance

1984-04-17

Charles Poekel, Christmas, Again

1984-05-04

Leon Charles Farmer, American Sniper

1984-05-11

Charles Billeh, The End

1984-05-24

Charles Does, Little Creeps

1984-05-26

Charles William Cook, Furious 7

1984-05-30

Charles Clemmons, Episode #1.4

1984-06-27

Wendell Charles NeSmith, Zombie Apocalypse: A Love Story

1984-08-16

Charles Davis, Capitalism: A Love Story

1984-09-15

Henry Charles Albert David, Prince of Wales, 3rd in British succession

1984-11-21

Charles E. Lane,

1985-02-13

Charles Andureu, Dieux du stade: Le making of du calendrier 2005

1985-02-23

Ray-Charles Milord, Juliet is the Sun

1985-03-03

Charles-André Bourassa, Le collectionneur

1985-03-04

Charles Dustin DeLacey, Where Was God

1985-04-17

Charles Suozzi, Minstrel Krampus

1985-07-11

Charles Chen, Animal Practice

1985-10-28

Troian Bellisario, Game Over, Charles

1985-12-11

Charles Mnene, New Town Killers

1985-9-30

Conor Charles, Lovelace

1986-01-08

Jean-Charles Jousni, Snow White

1986-01-14

Charles Zimmerman, Call Girl of Cthulhu

1986-01-16

Charles Reston, The White Countess

1986-03-21

Zachary Charles, Asteroid

1986-05-28

Charles N'Zogbia, French footballer

1986-05-28

Charles Smart, The Kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart

1986-07-10

Charles Johnson, 2007 NFL Draft

1986-07-18

Vannessa Gonzalez, Charles and Claire

1986-08-18

Scott Charles, Shooting Fish

1986-08-26

Charles Weigold III, Bad Obsession

1986-12-21

Charles A. Pieper, Eye Contact

1986-12-24

Charles Di Meglio, Lord Arthur Savile's Crime

1987-01-17

Matthew Charles Ducey, Barack Obama Will Save Us

1987-04-10

Shay Mitchell, Game Over, Charles

1987-06-03

Charles Mead, Folklore

1987-07-05

Charles Rogers, Fort Tilden

1987-07-15

Charles Luu, Pacific Rim

1987-10-04

Michael Charles Roman, One Life to Live

1987-10-13

Charles Goon, Sesame Street

1987-11-20

Charles Cestari, A Hip Hop Hustle: The Making of 'Just Another Day'

1987-11-25

Charles McKnight, Wrap

1988-02-21

Charles Huenergardt, Get Smart

1988-05-17

Charles DeWayne, First Round Auditions Continue

1988-10-05

Charles Chen, Remember the Daze

1988-9-02

Charles Hixon, Sergeant Cheerleader

1989-11-06

Mercedes Kastner, Port Charles

1989-11-15

Charles Brubaker, Fishing

1990-02-15

Charles Pic, Victorious Vettel

1990-03-29

Joseph Charles Kaye, Step Up 3D

1990-05-25

Charles Prince, Headlock Security

1990-10-31

James Charles Lewis aka Lil' JJ, American actor/singer

1990-11-05

Charles Leek, City Central

1991-05-21

Charles Mckeating, A Dark Tale

1991-11-18

Rory Charles Thost, Family Guy Presents Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story

1992-06-01

Ashley Charles Trippett, What Manner of Men

1992-10-12

Charles Bockaert, Spanish Fury

1992-10-27

Charles Cottier, Episode #1.5851

1993-06-09

Sally Charles, Threesome Fantasies Fulfilled

1994-01-25

Charles Edward Korpics, Wander

1994-07-07

Charles Thomas Allen, The One with All the Resolutions

1994-10-25

Jean-Charles Deval, The Women on the 6th Floor

1996-08-05

Charles Andrew Mummert,

1996-10-24

Logan Charles, 16 and Missing

1998-01-04

Kaitlyn Maggio, Port Charles

1998-01-20

Charles Fresse, Tous au zoo

1998-05-23

Charles Vaillant, Little Nicholas

1998-08-21

Charles Sladdin, African Cats

2000-9-09

Charles Vandervaart, Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam

2002-11-11

Charles Augustus Robsion, Shut Up & Sing

2003-08-18

Max Charles, The Amazing Spider-Man

Charles - Notable Weddings

Charles IJun 13, 1625

Charles IIMay 25, 1661

Charles BabbageJul 25, 1814

Charles GoodyearAug 3, 1824

Charles DickensApr 2, 1836

Charles DarwinNov 11, 1838

Charles TupperOct 8, 1846

Charles de GaulleApr 7, 1921

Charles LindberghMay 27, 1929

Mary PickfordJun 26, 1937

Charles M. SchulzApr 18, 1951

Ray CharlesJul 31, 1951

Charles MansonJan 17, 1955

Patti PageDec 28, 1956

Patsy ClineSep 15, 1957

Charles BronsonOct 5, 1968

Barbara EdenSep 3, 1977

Diana SpencerJul 29, 1981

Charles BarkleyFeb 9, 1989

Gabrielle CarterisMay 3, 1992

Camilla Parker BowlesApr 9, 2005

Charles - Weddings
Date Event
862-12-13

Boudouin Iron Arm & Count of Flanders, elopes with Princess Judith, daughter King Charles of West Francia

1290-08-16

Charles van Valois weds Margaretha van Anjou

1468-07-03

Charles the Stout, Duke of Burgundy marries Princess Margaret of York

1476-05-06

Emperor Frederik III of Habsburg & duke Charles the bold arrange marriage of their children

1491-12-06

King Charles VIII of France marries Anna of Bretagne

1526-03-10

Holy Roman Emperor Charles V marries Princess Isabella of Portugal, his 1st cousin, in Seville

1625-06-13

English king Charles I marries French princess Henriette

1661-05-25

King Charles II marries Portuguese princess Catherina the Braganca

1760-03-05

Princess Carolina marries Gen Charles Christian van Nassau-Weilburg

1814-07-25

Inventor Charles Babbage (21) weds Georgina Whitmore at St. Michael's Church in Devon, England

1822-06-29

Nephew of Napoleon, biologist and ornithologist Prince Charles Bonaparte marries cousin Zenaide Bonaparte

1824-08-03

Inventor Charles Goodyear (23) weds Clarissa Beecher

1836-04-02

English novelist and social critic Charles Dickens (24) marries Catherine Thomson Hogarth (20)

1838-11-11

Emma Wedgwood accepts Charles Darwin's marriage proposal (English Naturalist later author of Origin of the Species)

1839-01-29

English Naturalist and author of Origin of the Species Charles Darwin marries Emma Wedgwood

1842-10-08

Princess Sophia weds her cousin duke Charles Saksen-Weimar-Eisenach

1846-10-08

Prime Minister of Canada Charles Tupper (25) weds Frances Amelia Morse (20) in Amherst, Nova Scotia

1850-06-19

Swedish/Norwegian crown prince Charles weds Dutch princess Wilhelmina

1911-11-04

Charles I of Austria marries Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma

1921-04-07

French president Charles de Gaulle (30) weds Yvonne Vendroux (20)

1929-05-27

Aviator Charles Lindbergh (27) weds author Anne Morrow (22) in Englewood, New Jersey

1937-06-26

Actress Mary Pickford (45) weds actor and band leader Charles Rogers (32)

1951-04-18

Cartoonist Charles M. Schulz (28) weds Joyce Halverson

1951-07-31

Musician Ray Charles (20) weds Eileen Williams in Georgia

1955-01-17

Murderer Charles Manson (20) weds waitress Rosalie Jean Willis (17)

1955-04-05

Musician Ray Charles (24) weds Della Beatrice Howard

1955-10-02

Actress Joyce Randolph marries publisher Richard Charles

1956-12-28

Singer Patti Page (29) weds choreographer Charles O'Curran in Las Vegas, Nevada

1957-09-15

Country music legend Patsy Cline (25) weds linotype operator Charles Dick (23) in Winchester, England

1968-10-05

"The Dirty Dozen" actor Charles Bronson (46) weds Jill Ireland

1973-09-22

Cartoonist Charles M. Schulz (50) weds Jean Forsyth Clyde

1976-06-19

King Charles XVI Gustaf of Sweden marries Silvia Renate Sommerlath in Stockholm Cathedral, Ist Swedish reigning monarch to marry since 1797

1977-09-03

"I Dream of Jeannie" actress Barbara Eden (43) weds Charles Donald Fegert

1981-07-29

Charles, Prince of Wales weds Lady Diana Spencer at St Paul's Cathedral, London

1989-02-09

NBA power forward Charles Barkley (26) weds legal aide Maureen Blumhardt in Elkton, Maryland

1992-05-03

Beverly Hills 90210 Gabrielle Carteris marries Charles Isaacs

1994-10-08

"Growing Pains" actress Tracey Gold (25) weds Roby Marshall (29) at St. Charles Catholic Church

1997-05-03

"Port Charles" soap opera actor Jon Lindstrom (39) weds "The Young and The Restless" actress Eileen Davidson (38) in Cambria, California

2005-04-09

His Royal Highness Charles, Prince of Wales marries Camilla Parker Bowles

2011-06-18

British peer and brother of Princess Diana Charles Spencer (47) weds Canadian social entrepreneur and former model Karen Gordon (39) at Althorp House in Northamptonshire

2013-09-06

Actor Josh Charles (41) weds ballet dancer and author Sophie Flack at a private residence in Manhattan, New York City

Charles - Divorces
Date Event
1995-12-19

Queen Elizabeth askes Prince Charles & Diana to divorce

1996-07-15

Prince Charles & Princess Diana sign divorce papers

Charles - Notable Deaths

Charles IJan 30, 1649

Charles IIFeb 6, 1685

Charles PerraultMay 16, 1703

Pierre Charles L'EnfantJun 14, 1825

Charles GoodyearJul 1, 1860

Charles DickensJun 9, 1870

Charles BabbageOct 20, 1871

Charles LyellFeb 22, 1875

Charles Robert DarwinApr 19, 1882

Charles TupperOct 30, 1915

Charles R. DrewApr 1, 1950

LucianoJan 26, 1962

Le CorbusierAug 27, 1965

Charles de GaulleNov 9, 1970

Charles LindberghAug 26, 1974

Ezzard CharlesMay 27, 1975

Charles M. SchulzFeb 12, 2000

Charles BronsonAug 30, 2003

Ray CharlesJun 10, 2004

Charles - Deaths
Date Event
741-10-22

Charles Martel, ruler of the Franks, dies at 63

783-07-02

Bert(h)a/Berthrada, mother of Charles the Great, dies

794-08-10

Fastrada, 3rd wife of French King Charles the Great, dies at 30

811-12-04

Charles The Younger, King the of Franks, son of the Emperor Charlemagne, dies at about 39

877-10-06

Charles II the Bald, King of France/ Holy Roman emperor (875-77), dies at 54

888-01-13

Charles III, the Fat One, King of Franconia/Roman emperor, dies

929-10-07

Charles III, the Plain, King of France (893-929), dies

1127-03-02

Charles, the Good, Count of Flanders, murdered

1285-01-07

Charles I of Anjou, king of Naples/bro of King Louis IX, dies at 58

1309-05-05

Charles II, the Lame, King of Naples (1285-1309), dies

1325-12-16

Charles of Valois, son of Philip III of France (b. 1270)

1328-02-01

Charles IV, the Handsome, King of France (1322-28), dies

1342-07-16

King Charles I of Hungary

1342-07-26

Charles I Robert van Anjou, King of Hungary (1307-42), dies

1346-08-26

Charles II of Alençon, killed in the Battle of Crécy (b. 1297)

1364-09-29

Charles, Duke of Brittany

1375-07-05

Charles III of Alençon, French archbishop (b. 1337)

1378-02-06

Jeanne de Bourbon, wife of Charles V of France (b. 1338)

1378-11-29

Charles IV, Roman-German King/German emperor (Univ of Prague), dies

1380-09-16

Charles V, the Wise, King of France (1364-80), dies

1387-01-01

Charles, The Bad, King of Navarra (1349-87) dies burnt alive

1405-05-29

Philippe de Mézières, advisor to Charles V of France

1419-09-10

John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy is assassinated by adherents of the Dauphin, the future Charles VII of France

1422-10-21

Charles VI, King of France (1380-1422), dies at 54

1425-09-08

King Charles III of Navarre (b. 1361)

1431-01-25

Charles II, Duke of Lorraine (b. 1364)

1435-09-24

Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen and wife of Charles VI of France (bc. 1370)

1450-02-09

Agnès Sorel, mistress of King Charles VII of France (b. 1421)

1461-07-22

Charles VII, King of France (1422-61), dies at 58

1465-01-05

Charles, Duke of Orléans, French poet (b. 1394)

1470-05-14

Charles VIII of Sweden (b. 1409)

1470-05-15

Charles VIII of Sweden (b. 1409)

1472-07-05

Charles of Artois, Count of Eu, French military leader (b. 1394)

1477-01-05

Charles, the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, dies at the Battle of Nancy at 43

1482-03-27

Mary of Burgundy, daughter of Charles the Bold and his successor, dies falling off her horse (b. 1457)

1490-03-14

Charles I, Duke of Savoy, dies at 21

1498-04-07

Charles VIII, King of France (1483-98), dies at 27

1498-04-08

Charles VIII, King of France (1483-98), beheaded at 27

1503-11-23

Margaret of York, wife of Charles I, Duke of Burgundy (b. 1446)

1514-01-09

Anna, Duchess of Brittany, queen of Charles VIII of France (b. 1477)

1522-11-14

Anne of France, daughter of French King Louis XI, Princess and French Regent (for her brother King Charles VIII during his minority). Born 1461

1538-06-30

Charles van Egmond, duke of Gelre/earl of Zutphen, dies at 70

1550-08-28

Nicolas Perrenot de Granvelle, Charles V's asst sec of state, dies

1553-08-17

Charles III, Duke of Savoy, dies

1558-09-21

Charles V, King of Spain (Carlos I)/Holy Roman Emperor, dies at 58

1558-11-23

Charles, earl of Lalaing/land guardian of the Neth, dies at 52

1572-08-24

Charles de Téligny, French Huguenot soldier (bc. 1535)

1574-05-30

Charles IX, King of France (1560-74), dies

1574-12-26

Charles Guise, archbishop/cardinal of Reims, dies at 50

1575-09-29

Charles de Boisot, water beggar, dies in battle at about 45

1578-07-04

Charles de Berlaymont, baron of Hierges, gov/viceroy of Names, dies

1584-11-03

Charles Borromeo, Italian Roman Catholic cardinal (b. 1538)

1590-07-10

Archduke Charles II of Austria (b. 1540)

1606-04-03

Charles Blount, 1st Earl of Devon, English politician (b. 1563)

1608-05-14

Charles III, Duke of Lorraine (b. 1543)

1609-04-04

Charles de L'Ecluse, Flemish botanist (b. 1526)

1611-10-03

Charles of Lorraine, Duke of Mayenne, French military leader (b. 1554)

1612-06-13

Charles van Croij, prince of Chimay/Duke of Aarschot, dies at 51

1613-11-23

Charles Philip of Croij, marquis of Havre/earl of Fontenoy, dies at 64

1621-12-15

Charles d'albert duke of Luynes/PM of France, dies at 43

1624-12-14

Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham, English statesman (b. 1536)

1630-07-26

Charles Emanuel I, the Great, Duke of Savoy (Peace of Lyon), dies

1649-01-30

Charles I, King of Great Britain (1625-49), beheaded for treason

1649-12-07

Charles Garnier, French Jesuit missionary (b. 1606)

1652-07-30

Charles Amédée de Savoie, 6th Duc de Nemours, French soldier (b. 1624)

1652-11-04

Jean-Charles de la Faille, Flemish mathematician (b. 1597)

1659-01-16

Charles Annibal Fabrot, French lawyer (b. 1580)

1660-02-13

Charles X Gustaaf, king of Sweden (1654-60), dies at 37

1662-12-30

Archduke Ferdinand Charles of Austria (b. 1628)

1669-09-10

Henrietta Maria, queen of Charles I of England (b. 1609)

1672-02-19

Charles Chauncy, English-born president of Harvard College (b. 1592)

1672-05-11

Charles Seton, 2nd Earl of Dunfermline, English royalist (b. 1615)

1673-06-25

Charles de Batz-Castelmore, Comte d'Artagnan, Captain of the Musketeers under Louis XIV of France (b. 1611)

1674-03-08

Charles Sorel, sieur de Souvigny, French writer (b. 1597)

1675-06-12

Charles Emanuel II, Duke of Savoy (1638-75), dies at 40

1675-09-18

Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine (b. 1604)

1678-11-20

Charles Dujardin, painter/etcher (Learned Dog), dies at about 56

1683-07-21

Lord William Russell, English plotter against Charles II, beheaded

1683-08-18

Charles Hart, English actor (b. 1625)

1685-02-06

Charles II, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1660-85), dies at 54

1685-02-24

Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Carlisle, English politician and military leader (b. 1629)

1685-05-26

Charles II, Elector Palatine (b. 1651)

1685-07-15

James Scott, Duke of Monmouth, illegitimate son of Charles 2, executed

1687-11-13

Nell [Eleanor] Gwyn, mistress of Charles II of England, dies at 37

1687-11-14

Eleanor "Nell" Gwyn, English mistress of King Charles II, dies at 37

1688-10-23

Charles du Fresne, sieur du Cange, French philologist (b. 1610)

1690-02-22

Charles Le Brun, classical painter (Academie de Peinture), dies at 70

1690-03-18

Charles, duke of Lutherans, dies

1690-04-18

Charles V Leopold, Duke of Lotharingen/Austrian fieldmarshal, dies

1690-11-17

Charles de Sainte-Maure, duc de Montausier, French soldier (b. 1610)

1694-01-07

Charles Gerard, 1st Earl of Macclesfield, English general (bc. 1618)

1696-01-11

Charles Albanel, French missionary explorer in Canada (b. 1616)

1697-04-05

Charles XI, King of Sweden (1660-97), dies at 41

1698-04-29

Charles Cornwallis, 3rd Baron Cornwallis, First Lord of the British Admiralty (b. 1655)

1699-02-27

Charles Paulet, 1st Duke of Bolton, English politician (b. c. 1625)

1699-11-09

Hortense Mancini, mistress of Charles II, King of England (b. 1646)

1701-08-20

Charles Sedley, English playwright (b. 1639)

1701-11-05

Charles Gerard, 2nd Earl of Macclesfield, French-born English politician (bc. 1659)

1703-05-16

Charles Perrault, French author/fairy tale writer, dies at 75

1703-05-16

Charles Perrault, Maleficent

1703-09-29

Charles de Saint-Évremond, French soldier (b. 1610)

1704-07-17

Pierre-Charles Le Sueur, French fur trader and explorer

1704-11-20

Charles Plumier, French botanist (b. 1646)

1705-11-30

Catherine of Braganza, wife of Charles II of England (b. 1638)

1706-01-29

Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset, English poet and courtier (b. 1638)

1709-10-09

Barbara Palmer, 1st Duchess of Cleveland, English mistress of Charles II of England (b. 1640)

1712-11-15

Charles Mohun, 4th Baron Mohun, English politician (b. 1675)

1715-02-21

Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore, Governor of the Province of Maryland (b. 1637)

1715-05-19

Charles Montagu, Chancellor of the Exchequer (b. 1661)

1715-07-05

Charles Ancillon, French Huguenot pastor (b. 1659)

1716-12-13

Charles de La Fosse, French painter (b. 1640)

1718-02-01

Charles Talbot, 1st Duke of Shrewsbury, English politician (b. 1660)

1718-11-30

Charles XII, king of Sweden (1697-1718), dies during a siege of the fortress Fredriksten in Norway at 36

1718-12-11

Charles XII, King of Sweden (1697-1718), shot dead invading Norway at Fortress of Fredriksten

1722-01-21

Charles Paulet, 2nd Duke of Bolton, English supporter of William III of England (b. 1661)

1722-04-13

Charles Leslie, Irish controversialist, dies

1726-05-10

Charles Beauclerk, 1st Duke of St Albans, English soldier (b. 1670)

1732-02-13

Charles-René d'Hozier, French historian (b. 1640)

1734-11-14

Louise de Keroualle, English duchess/mistress of king Charles II, dies

1737-02-14

Charles Talbot, 1st Baron Talbot of Hensol, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain (b. 1685)

1738-05-01

Charles Howard, 3rd Earl of Carlisle, English statesman (b. c. 1669)

1738-06-21

Charles Townshend, 2nd Viscount Townshend, English statesman (b. 1674)

1740-10-20

Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1685)

1741-12-14

Charles Rollin, French historian (b. 1661)

1742-02-22

Charles Rivington, English publisher (b. 1688)

1743-04-29

Charles-Irénée Castel de Saint-Pierre, French writer (b. 1658)

1744-01-15

Charles-Hubert Gervais, composer, dies at 72

1745-01-20

Charles VII Albert, German emperor (1742-45), dies at 47

1746-12-08

Charles Radclyffe, British politician (b. 1693)

1748-12-02

Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset, English politician (b. 1662)

1749-07-12

Charles de la Boische, Marquis de Beauharnois, Governor of New France

1750-09-15

Charles Theodore Pachelbel, composer, dies at 59

1752-06-14

Charles-Antoine Coypel, French carpet designer, dies at 57

1757-05-06

Charles FitzRoy, 2nd Duke of Grafton, British politician (b. 1683)

1759-06-19

Charles-Joseph-Balthazar Sohier, composer, dies at 31

1763-08-21

Charles Wyndham, 2nd Earl of Egremont, British statesman (b. 1710)

1765-07-15

Charles-André van Loo, French painter (b. 1705)

1767-09-04

Charles Townshend, English politician (b. 1725)

1768-01-10

Charles Cressent, French court furniture maker, dies at 82

1770-01-20

Charles Yorke, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain (b. 1722)

1770-05-10

Charles Avison, composer, dies at 61

1770-11-24

Charles-Jean-François Hénault, French historian (b. 1685)

1772-03-26

Charles Pinot Duclos, French writer (b. 1704)

1773-02-20

Charles Emanuel I, King of Sardinia/Duke of Savoy (CE III), dies at 71

1774-02-04

Charles Marie de La Condamine, French mathematician and geographer (b. 1701)

1775-12-07

Charles Saunders, British admiral

1778-01-04

Charles D J Eisen, French engraver/painter, dies at 57

1778-03-07

Charles De Geer, Swedish industrialist (b. 1720)

1778-03-13

Charles le Beau, French historian (b. 1701)

1778-08-05

Charles Clémencet, French historian (b. 1703)

1780-03-26

Charles I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (b. 1713)

1780-05-18

Charles Hardy, British governor of Newfoundland

1780-07-04

Charles Alexander, Duke of Lotharingen South Neth, dies at 67

1780-07-14

Charles Batteux, French philosopher (b. 1713)

1782-05-16

Daniuel Charles Solander, botanist, dies

1782-07-01

Charles Watson-Wentworth 2nd marquis of Rockingham, dies at 52

1782-10-02

Charles Lee, British and U.S. general (b. 1732)

1784-02-13

Charles Gravier, French earl of Vergennes/min of For affairs, dies

1786-03-11

Charles Humphreys, American delegate to the Continental Congress (b. 1714)

1787-02-13

Charles Gravier, comte de Vergennes, French statesman and diplomat (b. 1717)

1787-07-04

Charles, prince de Rohan-Soubise, marshal of France, dies at 71

1788-01-31

[Bonnie Prince Charlie] Charles E Stuart, English pretender to the throne, dies at 67

1788-03-29

Charles Wesley, hymn writer, dies

1788-11-28

Charles C of Nassau-Weilburg, governor of Maastricht, dies at about 53

1789-12-23

Charles-Michel de l'Épée, French philanthropist (b. 1712)

1790-06-08

Charles-Joseph van Helmont, composer, dies at 75

1791-08-16

Charles-François de Broglie, marquis de Ruffec, French soldier and diplomat (b. 1719)

1792-05-12

Charles Simon Favart, French dramatist (b. 1710)

1792-07-29

René Nicolas Charles Augustin de Maupeou, Chancellor of France (b. 1714)

1793-05-20

Charles Bonnet, Swiss naturalist (b. 1720)

1793-11-24

Clément Charles François de Laverdy, French statesman (b. 1723)

1794-04-18

Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain (b. 1714)

1795-06-08

Louis XVII Charles, king of France (1793-95), dies at 10

1795-11-15

Charles-Amédée-Philippe van Loo, French painter (b. 1719)

1798-07-21

François Sebastien Charles Joseph de Croix, Count of Clerfayt, Austrian field marshal (b. 1733)

1798-12-19

Charles-Joseph Panckoucke, publisher (Moniteur Universel), dies at 62

1799-02-16

Charles Theoby, ruler (Palts & Bayern), dies at 74

1799-02-19

Jean-Charles de Borda, French mathematician, physicist, political scientist, and sailor (b. 1733)

1800-06-14

Louis Charles Antoine Desaix, French military leader (b. 1768)

1802-11-12

Charles van Poucke, Flemish sculptor, dies at 62

1803-08-28

Charles L Fournier, Flemish writer/painter, dies

1803-09-30

Charles Broche, composer, dies at 51

1804-04-15

Charles Pichegru, French general (strangled in prison) (b. 1761)

1804-08-20

Charles Floyd, only fatality of the Lewis & Clark Expedition

1805-10-05

Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis, British general (b. 1738)

1806-04-22

Pierre-Charles Villeneuve, French admiral (stabbed) (b. 1763)

1806-08-23

Charles Augustin de Coulomb, Fren physicist (coulometrie), dies at 70

1806-09-13

Charles James Fox, English politician (b. 1749)

1809-07-06

Antoine Charles Louis Lasalle, French cavalry general (b. 1775)

1810-05-21

Charles GLAAT chevalier d'Eon de Beaumont, French spy, dies at 81

1811-05-12

Louis-Charles-Joseph Rey, composer, dies at 52

1811-06-11

Charles Frederick, liberal ruler of Baden, dies at 82

1811-11-08

Charles F Bentinck, Dutch minister of Colonies, dies at 47

1813-06-17

Charles Middleton, 1st Baron Barham, English sailor and politician (b. 1726)

1814-04-12

Charles Burney, English music historian (b. 1726)

1814-06-15

Charles Palissot de Montenoy, French writer/politician, dies at 84

1814-07-25

Charles Dibdin, composer, dies at 69

1814-12-13

Charles Joseph Prince of Ligne, Belgium fieldmarshal/author, dies at 79

1817-04-12

Charles Messier, "comet ferret" & catalogs famous "M objects,", dies

1818-02-15

Charles XIII, King of Sweden (1809-18)/Norway (1814-18), dies at 69

1819-10-06

Charles Emanuel II, King of Sardinia (1796-1802)/Jesuit, dies

1820-02-14

Charles F, Duke of Berry, murdered at 42

1820-12-21

Charles-Francois Dumonchau, composer, dies at 45

1821-06-18

Charles Hague, composer, dies at 52

1822-05-09

Charles Duquesnoy, composer, dies at 62

1823-03-14

Charles François Dumouriez, French general (b. 1739)

1823-04-07

Jacques Charles, French chemist (b. 1746)

1823-04-07

Jacques-Alexandre-César Charles, French inventor and balloonist who (with Nicholas Robert) was the first to take flight in a hydrogen balloon, dies at 76

1824-06-16

Charles-François Lebrun, duc de Plaisance, Third Consul of France (b. 1739)

1825-06-14

Pierre Charles L'Enfant, French architect, dies at 70

1828-07-27

Gilbert Charles Stuart, painter, dies

1830-01-07

Infanta Carlota Joaquina, daughter of Charles IV of Spain and wife of John VI of Portugal, dies at 53

1830-02-18

Charles G G, Earl of Merode, mayor (Brussels), dies at 67

1831-04-02

Charles Felix, blind King of Sardina (1821-31), dies at 74

1832-11-14

Charles Carroll, large landowner/signed Decl of Ind, dies at 95

1834-05-23

Charles Wesley, composer, dies at 76

1834-05-23

Charles Wesley, Cast Away

1834-07-14

Edmond Charles Genêt, French ambassador to the United States during the French Revolution (b. 1763)

1834-12-27

Charles Lamb, English essayist (b. 1775)

1835-12-29

Charles-Joseph Tolbecque, composer, dies at 29

1836-11-06

Charles X, King of France (1824-30), dies at 79

1837-07-24

Charles Hodges, English/Dutch portrait painter

1837-10-09

Charles Fourier, French utopian socialist (Harmony universal), dies

1838-05-17

Charles Maurice de Talleyrand, French diplomat (b. 1754)

1838-09-05

Charles Percier, French architect (b. 1764)

1838-10-01

Charles Tennant, Scottish chemist and industrialist (b. 1768)

1839-08-23

Charles Philippe Lafont, composer, dies at 57

1839-12-18

Charles-Henri Plantade, composer, dies at 75

1841-11-30

Charles Louis W J van Keverberg, Dutch government official, dies at 73

1843-07-25

Charles Macintosh, Scottish chemist and inventor (b. 1766)

1844-01-27

Charles Nodier, La légende de soeur Béatrix

1844-03-08

Charles XIV John of Sweden (b. 1763)

1844-04-04

Charles Bulfinch, 1st US pro architect (Mass State House), dies at 80

1844-05-08

Charles XIV Johan, [Jean B Bernadotte], King of Sweden/Norway, dies

1844-07-12

Charles-Louis Panckoucke, French publisher, dies at 63

1844-07-15

Claude Charles Fauriel, French historian (b. 1772)

1844-09-27

Charles Nodier, French writer (History du chien the Brisquet), dies

1845-04-02

Philip Charles Durham, Royal Navy Admiral (b. 1763)

1845-07-17

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1764)

1845-10-27

Jean Charles Athanase Peltier, French Physicist (Peltier effect 1834), dies at 60

1847-04-30

Charles L J, archduke of Austria/gov-gen (Austria-Netherland), dies

1849-07-28

Charles Albert, King of Sardinia (1831-49), dies

1851-04-09

Antoine-Charles Glachant, composer, dies at 80

1852-05-06

Charles-Louis-Joseph Hanssens, composer, dies at 75

1854-03-06

Charles William Vane, 3rd Marquess of Londonderry, British soldier and politician (b. 1778)

1854-06-07

Charles Baudin, French admiral (b. 1792)

1855-05-23

Charles Robert Malden, English explorer (b. 1797)

1855-12-15

Jacques Charles François Sturm, French mathematician (b. 1803)

1856-05-03

Adolphe Charles Adam, French composer/critic (Giselle), dies at 52

1856-08-19

Charles Frédéric Gerhardt, French Chemist, dies at 39

1857-07-29

Charles LJL Bonaparte, Corsican/French prince of Canino, dies at 54

1857-08-01

Charles Turner, engraver, dies

1857-11-07

Charles Heinrich Christoph Zeuner, composer, dies at 62

1859-07-05

Charles Cagniard de la Tour, French physicist (b. 1777)

1859-11-19

Charles-Gaspard Delestre-Poirson, Le comte Ory

1860-05-12

Charles Barry, English architect (b. 1795)

1860-07-01

Charles Goodyear, American inventor, dies at 59

1860-11-08

Charles Fellows, English Archaeologist who discovered ruins of the cities of ancient Lycia and brought to Lycian marbles to England, dies

1862-04-25

Charles Ferguson Smith, US Union Gen-Maj, dies of infection at 55

1862-06-17

Charles J Canning, English 1st viceroy of British-Indies, dies at 49

1862-08-09

Charles S Winder, Confederate General killed at the Battle of Cedar Mountain VA aged 32

1862-08-30

Charles Bernard Desormes, French Physicist and Chemist (carbon monoxide and carbon disulphide compositions), dies at 91

1862-11-06

Charles Davis Jameson, US Union brig-gen (Fair Oaks), dies at 35

1863-11-24

Claudius Charles Wilson, Confederate brig-gen during American Civil War, dies of fever at camp in Ringgold, Georgia

1864-01-08

Victor-Charles-Paul Dourlen, composer, dies at 83

1864-04-29

Charles-Julien Brianchon, math (Brianchon's theorem), dies at 80

1864-06-27

Charles Garrison Harker, US Union-brig-general, dies in battle at 26

1865-04-26

Charles J Sax, Belgium musician and father of Adolphe Sax inventor of the saxophone, dies at 74

1865-12-24

Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, British painter and writer (b. 1793)

1867-08-31

[Pierre-]Charles Baudelaire, Fren poet (Journaux Intimes), dies at 46

1867-08-31

Charles Baudelaire, Messengers

1868-10-06

Leon Charles Francois Kreutzer, composer, dies at 51

1869-03-23

Charles Lucas, composer, dies at 60

1869-06-16

Charles Sturt, English explorer (b. 1795)

1869-10-13

Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve, Fren writer (Tableau Historique), dies

1870-04-08

Charles-Auguste de Beriot, Belgian violinist/composer, dies at 68

1870-04-08

Charles-Auguste de Beriot, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

1870-06-09

Charles Dickens, English writer (David Copperfield), dies at 58

1870-06-09

Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

1870-09-02

Charles Victor Arthur Saint-Leon, composer, dies at 48

1871-02-26

Charles Niellon, Belgian brigade general, dies at 76

1871-04-08

Charles-Louis Hanssens, composer, dies at 68

1871-10-20

Charles Babbage, English mathematician/inventor (calculator), dies of renal failure at 79

1872-09-18

Charles XV Louis E, king of Sweden/Norway (1859-72), dies

1873-02-14

Charles Samvei Bovy-Lysberg, composer, dies at 52

1873-04-27

William Charles Macready, English actor (b. 1793)

1873-08-31

Charles F Pahud de Montagnes, gov-gen (Dutch East Indies), dies at 70

1874-01-08

Charles Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg, French writer and historian (b. 1814)

1874-03-11

Charles Sumner, a white civil rights leader, dies at 63

1874-04-04

Charles Ernest Beulé, French archaeologist and politician (b. 1826)

1875-01-23

Charles Kingsley, English vicar/writer (Westward Ho!), dies at 55

1875-01-23

Charles Kingsley, The Water Babies

1875-02-22

Charles Lyell, British geologist (Elements of Geology), dies at 77

1876-01-10

Charles EH de Coussemaker, Belgian musicologist/historian, dies at 70

1876-02-28

Charles Edward Horsley, composer, dies at 53

1876-04-09

Charles Goodyear, American politician (b. 1804)

1876-10-10

Charles Joseph Sainte-Claire Deville, French geologist (b. 1814)

1878-02-19

Charles F Daubigny, French restaurateur/painter, dies at 61

1879-05-07

Charles de Coster, Legenda o Tile

1879-08-04

Charles Fechter, Monte Cristo

1882-04-19

Charles Robert Darwin, naturalist (Origin of Species), dies at 73

1882-04-19

Charles Darwin,

1882-06-30

Charles J Guiteau, assassin (President Garfield), hanged

1883-01-05

Charles Tompson, first Australian published poet (b. 1806)

1884-03-19

Alfonse Charles Renaud de Vilback, composer, dies at 54

1884-04-11

Charles Reade, It's Never Too Late to Mend

1884-07-10

Paul Charles Morphy, US lawyer/chess wizard, dies at 47

1885-01-26

Charles George Gordon, Brit gov-gen (Sudan), executed at 51

1885-07-17

Jean-Charles Chapais, Canadian politician (b. 1811)

1885-10-23

Charles S. West, Texas jurist and politician (b. 1829)

1886-05-26

Charles d'Albert, The Heiress

1888-03-29

Charles-Henri Valentin Alkan, composer, dies at 74

1888-08-09

Charles Cros, French mathematician/chemist/poet, dies at 45

1888-08-09

Charles Cros, Felicity Lott in Recital

1889-07-30

Charles Absolom, cricketer (Test for Eng), dies in an accident

1890-09-03

Charles-A Chatrian, French writer (Waterloo), dies at 63

1891-08-05

Henry Charles Litolff, French pianist/componist, dies at 73

1891-10-06

Charles S Parnell, English/Irish Home Rule Party leader, dies at 45

1891-10-11

Charles Stewart Parnells remains buried in Ireland

1892-01-13

Charles Albert White, composer, dies at 62

1892-01-31

Charles Spurgeon, English preacher and evangelist (b. 1834)

1892-09-11

Charles-Louis-Adolphe Vogel, composer, dies at 84

1892-11-26

Charles Lavigerie, French Catholic cardinal (b. 1825)

1892-12-15

Charles Balmer, composer, dies at 75

1893-10-18

Charles F Gounod, French composer (La reine the Saba), dies at 75

1893-10-18

Charles Gounod, Lincoln

1894-02-14

Eugène Charles Catalan, Belgian mathematician (b. 1814)

1894-08-18

William Charles Levey, composer, dies at 57

1895-03-10

Charles Frederick Worth, English-born couturier (b. 1826)

1895-07-19

Charles T Stork, great industrialist (cotton mach factory), dies at 73

1895-10-08

Charles Oberthur, composer, dies at 76

1895-10-25

Charles Halle, British pianist, dies

1896-01-18

Charles Floquet, French statesman (b. 1828)

1896-02-12

Charles Louis Ambrose Thomas, French composer (Mignon), dies at 84

1896-03-28

E Rundle Charles, writer, dies

1898-01-16

Charles Pelham Villiers, longest-serving MP in the British House of Commons (b. 1802)

1898-07-11

Charles Chanoine, French lt/mass murderer in Senegal, dies

1899-02-24

Charles Nuitter, Dr. Coppelius

1899-09-17

Charles Alfred Pillsbury, American industrialist (b. 1842)

1900-03-19

Charles-Louis Hanon, French composer (b. 1819)

1900-06-11

Charles Swinnerton Heap, composer, dies at 53

1900-10-20

Charles Dudley Warner, US writer (As We Go), dies at 70

1900-11-20

Charles Hale Hoyt, Band Drill

1901-01-14

Charles Hermite, French mathematician (e is transcendent), dies at 78

1901-06-23

Charles Kensington Salaman, composer, dies at 87

1902-02-18

Charles Lewis Tiffany, American founder of Tiffany & Co. (b. 1812)

1902-12-04

Charles Dow, American journalist (Dow Jones & Company - Wall Street Journal) (b. 1851)

1903-09-01

Charles Renouvier, French philosopher (neo criticism), dies

1903-09-06

Charles Ammi Cutter, US bibliographer, dies at 66

1903-11-24

Charles Dupee Blake, composer, dies at 56

1904-10-18

Charles Morton, Good Night

1904-11-03

Gaston Henri Charles Antoine Serpette, composer, dies at 57

1909-04-09

Charles Conder, artist, dies

1909-04-10

Algernon Charles Swinburne, English poet, dies at 72

1909-04-10

Algernon Charles Swinburne, Between the Sunset and the Sea

1909-04-10

Charles Algernon Swinburne, Sea Without Shore

1909-11-08

Charles Bordes, composer, dies at 46

1910-07-12

Charles Stewart Rolls, British engineer and aviator (b. 1887)

1910-08-16

Charles Ferdinand Lenepveu, composer, dies at 69

1911-01-26

Charles Wentworth Dilke, English undersecretary of State, dies at 67

1911-10-05

Charles-Theodore Malherbe, composer, dies at 58

1913-02-13

Charles Major, When Knighthood Was in Flower

1914-03-16

Charles Albert Gobat, Swiss politician, recipient of the 1902 Nobel Peace Prize (b. 1843)

1914-04-19

Charles Pierce, philosopher/scientist, dies

1914-09-05

Charles Péguy, French poet, essayist and editor (b. 1873)

1914-09-08

William E Darwin, British son of Charles Darwin, dies at 74

1914-12-27

Charles Martin Hall, American chemist and inventor (b. 1863)

1915-02-12

Charles Emile Waldteufel, composer, dies at 77

1915-02-16

Emil Waldteufel, [Charles Levy], French composer (Estudiantina), dies

1915-05-07

Charles Frohman, dies aboard Lusitania

1915-05-07

Charles Frohman, Are You a Mason?

1915-05-07

Charles Plamondon,

1915-05-07

Charles Klein, Furlough on Parole

1915-06-04

William Charles Denis Browne, composer, dies at 26

1915-09-10

Charles Boucher de Boucherville, Premier of Quebec (b. 1822)

1915-10-30

Charles Tupper, sixth Prime Minister of Canada, dies of heart failure at 94

1915-12-29

Charles Beach Hawley, composer, dies at 57

1916-02-26

Charles Manley, Uncle Josh at the Moving Picture Show

1916-07-27

Charles Fryatt, British capt of SS Brussels, executed by Germans, dies

1916-08-07

Charles E Manning, Australian judge/major, dies in battle at 36

1916-10-31

Charles Taze Russell, American founder of the Jehovah's Witnesses (b. 1852)

1916-12-01

Charles E Vicomte de Foucauld, French explorer, dies at 58

1917-02-15

Charles A van Ophuysen, Dutch orientalist, dies at 60

1917-02-18

Charles E Barber, US chief engraver (1879-1917), dies

1917-05-17

Charles Anthoni Johnson Brooke, ruler of Sarawak (b. 1829)

1917-09-08

Charles Edouard Lefebvre, composer, dies at 74

1918-06-04

Charles W. Fairbanks, H.R.H. The Prince of Wales Decorating the Monument of Champlain and Receiving Addresses of Welcome from the Mayor of Quebec, the Governor General of Canada and Vice President Fairbanks, Representative of the United States

1918-06-15

Charles J. Ross, The Senator

1918-10-07

Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Atonement

1918-10-18

Charles Crozat Converse, There Will Be Blood

1918-10-24

Alexander Charles Lecocq, composer, dies at 86

1918-10-24

Charles Lecocq, La petite mariée

1918-12-06

Charles Gunn, Framing Framers

1919-01-12

Charles Wyndham, David Garrick

1919-01-27

Charles McCarron, Blue Jasmine

1919-03-02

Charles E. van Loan, Buck Parvin in the Movies

1919-07-12

Charles Rock, A Christmas Carol

1919-10-16

Charles Harford Lloyd, composer, dies on 70th birthday

1920-04-08

Charles Tomlinson Griffes, US composer (White Peacock), dies at 35

1920-04-08

Charles Tomlinson Griffes, Glorifying the American Girl

1921-01-01

Charles Walcott, Phil-for-Short

1921-02-12

Charles Leslie, cricketer (4 Tests England v Australia 1882-83), dies

1921-11-26

Charles W. Whittlesey, The Lost Battalion

1921-12-16

Charles Camille Saint-Saens, French composer, dies at 86

1922-01-08

Charles R Young, colonel, dies at 58, in Lagos Nigeria

1922-04-01

Charles I, emperor (Austria)/King of Hungary (Charles IV), dies

1922-04-05

Charles F A Woeste, Belgian count/min of Justice, dies at 85

1922-04-21

Charles Arling, Back to God's Country

1922-05-18

Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran, French physician, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (b. 1845)

1922-10-29

Charles Eldridge, A Cure for Pokeritis

1923-02-27

Charles Francis Abdy Williams, composer, dies at 67

1923-05-14

Charles de Freycinet, French prime minister (b. 1828)

1923-05-21

Charles Kent, Twelfth Night

1923-05-30

Charles Fichardt, cricketer (S Afr batsman in 2 Tests 1892-96), dies

1923-07-13

Charles D. Sigsbee, Captain Sigsbee on Deck of the U.S. Battleship Texas

1923-07-30

Charles Hawtrey, A Message from Mars

1924-03-19

Charles Villiers Stanford, Irish composer/author, dies at 71

1924-03-29

Charles Villiers Stanford, Irish composer/writer, dies at 71

1924-03-29

Charles Villiers Stanford, The Royal Wedding

1924-05-12

Charles Henri Marechal, composer, dies at 82

1924-06-09

Charles Brandt, The College Widow

1924-09-13

Charles Mosnier, Pasteur

1924-11-10

Charles Dion O'Bannion,

1925-04-18

Charles Ebbets, Pres (Dodgers), dies

1925-05-31

Charles Lawlor, 42

1925-07-21

Mrs. Charles Craig, The Girl Who Had a Soul

1925-12-01

James Haggar, The Life of Charles Peace

1926-06-07

Henry Charles Tonking, composer, dies at 63

1926-07-12

Charles Wood, composer, dies at 40

1926-07-23

Charles Avery, Across the Alley

1926-08-22

Charles William Eliot, American University president (Harvard, 1869-1909), dies at 92

1926-09-21

Leon Charles Thevenin, French telegraph engineer (b. 1857)

1926-10-06

Charles Van de Banks, Flemish writer/poet (Red Horse), dies

1927-01-26

Charles Warren,

1927-03-17

Charles Emmett Mack, The Unknown Soldier

1927-05-05

Charles Boissevain, editor in chief (General Trade 1885-1908), dies

1927-05-08

Charles Nungesser, The Sky Raider

1927-10-31

Charles O. Seessel, Anne of Green Gables

1928-01-11

Charles Horan, The Splendid Lie

1928-06-17

Charles Agnew MacLean, The Mainspring

1928-12-10

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish architect, designer, and illustrator (b. 1868)

1929-02-24

Andre-Charles-Prosper Messager, composer, dies at 75

1929-05-12

Charles Swickard, Hell's Hinges

1929-06-02

Charles Coventry, cricketer (13 runs in 2 Tests Eng v S Af 1889), dies

1929-07-02

Charles A. Stevenson, Shore Acres

1929-08-23

Charles Van de Woestijne, Flemish writer/poet (God on Sea), dies

1929-09-30

Charles E Bonin, French explorer/diplomat (China), dies

1929-11-28

Charles Maigne, In the Hollow of Her Hand

1929-12-12

Charles Goodnight, American cattle baron (b. 1836)

1930-04-14

Charles Darvas, The Bridge

1930-05-06

Charles Gilpin, Ten Nights in a Barroom

1930-08-09

Charles Allen Dealey, A Waiting Game

1930-08-20

Charles Bannerman, cricketer (1st three Tests for Australia), dies

1930-10-03

Charles LP "Philip" Zilcken, painter/etcher/author (Bauer), dies at 73

1930-12-22

Charles Harris, Driving Miss Daisy

1931-02-11

Charles Algernon Parsons, British inventor (steam turbine), dies at 76

1931-02-11

Charles Parsons, inventor of the steam turbine, dies

1931-03-24

Charles Clary, The Penalty

1931-07-16

Charles Studd, cricketer (5 Tests for England 1882-83), dies

1931-09-02

Charles Cherry, The Mummy and the Humming Bird

1931-10-21

Charles McHugh, Be My Wife

1931-10-26

Charles Comiskey, baseball team owner (b. 1859)

1931-10-26

Charles A. Comiskey, The Giants-White Sox Tour

1931-11-04

Charles Buddy Bolden, US jazz musician, dies

1932-02-12

Charles Le Goffic, Morgane, the Enchantress

1932-03-01

Charles Lindbergh Jr.,

1932-03-03

Eugene Francis Charles D'albert, composer, dies at 67

1932-04-28

Charles E. Banks, Sweet Adeline

1932-05-03

Charles Fort, Magnolia

1932-06-16

Charles S. Abbe, The Bishop's Candlesticks

1932-08-09

John Charles Fields, Canadian mathematician and founder of the Fields Medal, dies after a three-month illness at 69

1932-09-07

Charles J. Badger, Victory

1932-09-14

Charles Gabriel, Django Unchained

1932-09-15

Charles Hutchison Gabriel, composer, dies at 76

1932-11-15

Charles W. Chesnutt, Veiled Aristocrats

1933-03-17

Charles King, The Indian Wars

1933-06-27

Charles Tait, The Story of the Kelly Gang

1933-07-18

Charles Prince, Les timidités de Rigadin

1934-01-11

Charles Mack, Why Bring That Up?

1934-03-14

Charles Giblyn, By the Sun's Rays

1934-06-06

Charles Francis Jenkins, American Inventor and early television pioneer (also invented the altimeter and automobile self-starter) dies at 66

1934-06-12

Charles Crockett, Abraham Lincoln

1934-08-30

Charles B. Dillingham, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ

1934-10-22

Charles "Pretty Boy" Floyd, gangster, shot dead at 30 by FBI in Ohio

1934-12-03

Charles James O'Donnell, Irish politician (b. 1849)

1934-12-06

Duke Charles Michael of Mecklenburg, head of the House of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (b. 1863)

1935-04-05

Charles L. Cadwallader, Sherlock Holmes

1935-05-19

Charles Martin Tornow Loeffler, French composer, dies at 74

1935-06-29

Charles J. Stumar, The Mummy

1935-08-29

Charles Lee Williams, composer, dies at 82

1935-11-08

Charles Kingsford Smith, The Old Bus

1935-11-19

Charles Mackay, Without Fear

1936-01-06

Charles A Stoneham, pres (NY Giants), dies

1936-01-10

Charles Wright, cricketer (3 Tests England v South Africa 1895-96), dies

1936-02-05

Charles Le Bargy, The Assassination of the Duke de Guise

1936-02-08

Charles Curtis,

1936-02-19

Charles Harding Firth, British historian (b. 1857)

1936-02-28

Charles Nicolle, French bacteriologist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (b. 1866)

1936-03-11

Charles Fallon, The Great Ziegfeld

1936-04-17

Charles J M Ruys de Beerenbrouck, Dutch PM (1918-23, 29-33), dies

1936-07-16

Charles Hines, The Early Bird

1936-11-07

Charles 'Chic' Sale, Rocky Mountain Mystery

1936-11-07

Charles Furthman, Underworld

1937-02-17

Charles Hill Mailes, The Mark of Zorro

1937-02-17

Charles Laite, Peter Stuyvesant

1937-03-12

Charles-Marie-Jean-Albert Widor, French organist/composer, dies at 93

1937-03-12

Charles Marie Widor,

1937-06-26

Charles Sellon, Bright Eyes

1937-07-31

Charles Hires, American Inventor and Manufacturer of the Hires Root Beer beverage, dies at 85

1937-08-23

Albert Charles Paul Marie Roussel, composer, dies at 68

1938-02-09

Charles T. Dazey, Shifting Sands

1938-05-13

Charles Edouard Guillaume, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1861)

1938-08-02

Charles A. Logue, Dracula

1938-08-02

Charles Logue, The Drake Case

1938-09-19

Charles H. Hickman, Putting One Over

1938-09-28

Charles Duryea, American inventor (first American car), dies at 76

1939-02-05

Charles Schaeffer, The Winged Horseman

1939-05-26

Charles H Mayo, US surgeon/co-founder (Mayo Clinic), dies at 74

1939-11-04

Charles Arnold Tournemire, composer, dies at 69

1939-12-08

Charles Mussett, Number 17

1940-03-04

Charles Thurston, The Chaser

1940-03-29

Charles McComas, The Chicken Chasers

1940-05-14

Eddy [Charles E] du Platform, writer/poet, dies

1940-06-15

Charles Lamy, The Fall of the House of Usher

1940-10-11

Charles Ogle, A Christmas Carol

1940-12-01

Charles Richman, Dark Victory

1941-01-15

Charles-Lucien Lépine, Mephisto's Son

1941-03-12

Charles Sanford Skilton, composer, dies at 72

1941-04-16

Josiah Charles Stamp, 1st baron/statisician, dies

1941-06-08

Charles E. Cook, Live Wires

1941-07-29

Charles Murray, The Wizard of Oz

1941-11-04

Charles Mortimer Peck, The One-Way Trail

1941-11-12

Charles Huntziger,

1941-12-11

Charles Émile Picard, French mathematician (b. 1856)

1942-02-09

Charles Alden Seltzer, Riddle Gawne

1942-03-21

Charles A. Taylor, The Half Breed

1942-03-29

Charles Edler, A Kentucky Romance

1942-06-11

Charles Dalton, The Eternal Magdalene

1942-06-11

Charles Murphy, Jack's Pals

1942-06-17

Charles Fitzpatrick, Canadian politician (b. 1853)

1942-07-10

Charles Willy Kayser, Waterloo

1942-07-11

Charles Henry Smith, The General

1942-08-07

Charles E. Ford, You Can't Get Away with It

1942-08-29

Charles Urban, Combatting the Elements

1942-10-21

Charles Dorian, Flesh and the Devil

1943-02-15

Charles Bennett, Tillie's Punctured Romance

1943-04-14

Charles Vane, The Secret Seven

1943-04-17

Charles Slattery, Brother of the Bear

1943-07-04

Charles Stevenson, Grandma's Boy

1943-07-21

Charles William Paddock, 100m runner (Olympic-gold-1920), dies at 42

1943-07-21

Charles Paddock, The Olympic Hero

1943-07-28

Charles Granval, Pépé le Moko

1943-08-20

Charles Schwanenflügel, Fristerinden

1943-09-01

Charles Atangana, Cameroonian chief (b. 1880)

1943-09-28

Charles Vintcent, cricketer (played in South Africa's 1st 3 tests), dies

1943-10-01

John Charles Boissevain, resistance fighter, executed at 23

1943-10-09

Charles Graham, Valley of Hunted Men

1943-10-09

Charles Graham, Two Flags West

1943-10-10

Charles West, In the Border States

1943-11-17

Paul Charles Rene Landormy, composer, dies at 74

1943-11-23

Charles Ray, The Busher

1943-12-03

Augusta Lindberg, Charles XII

1943-12-04

Charles J. McGuirk, Harmony at Home

1943-12-09

Charles L. Gaskill, The Sleep of Cyma Roget

1943-12-10

Charles Belcher, The Thief of Bagdad

1943-12-12

Charles Cosgrave, The Job and the Jewels

1944-01-01

Charles Turner, Australian cricketer (b. 1862)

1944-01-11

Charles King, The Broadway Melody

1944-01-14

Charles Austin, Hot Heir

1944-02-18

Charles Bedaux,

1944-02-18

Charles B. Davenport,

1944-03-31

Charles Sabin, Men of the Night

1944-08-29

Charles Maynard, Cobra Woman

1944-09-21

Charles Chapman, Beau Brummel

1944-09-21

Charles De Forrest, Oh! You City Girl

1944-09-24

Charles Hansen, Den ny husassistent

1944-10-08

Wendell Willkie, Charles Lindbergh

1944-10-23

Charles Glover Barkla, English physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1877)

1944-11-16

Charles Kellaway, cricketer (26 Tests 1910-1928), dies

1944-12-23

Charles Dana Gibson, The Education of Mr. Pipp

1945-04-10

Charles Nordhoff, English-born writer (b. 1887)

1945-04-16

Charles E. Evans, Happy Days

1945-04-20

Charles Spere, A Fighting Colleen

1945-05-15

Charles Williams, UK writer (b. 1886)

1945-07-10

Adam Charles Hayman, The Great Train Robbery

1945-07-25

Charles G. Norris, Seed

1945-08-05

Charles Alexander, Objective, Burma!

1945-09-25

Charles A Ellwood, US sociologist/psychologist, dies at 72

1945-10-17

Charles Lane, Sadie Thompson

1945-11-23

Charles Coborn, Three Men in a Boat

1945-12-11

Charles Fabry, French physicist (b. 1867)

1945-12-20

Charles Eady, cricketer (Tasmanian player for Aust 1896-1901), dies

1946-02-17

Charles Brinley, The Sheik

1946-02-24

Charles Sheldon, In His Steps

1946-03-04

Charles Waldron, The Big Sleep

1946-04-16

Charles Amberg, The Harmonists

1946-05-14

Charles Alphin, The Merry Widower

1946-06-09

Charles Burguet, L'essor

1946-06-13

Charles Butterworth, This Is the Army

1946-07-24

Charles Wellesley, The Poor Little Rich Girl

1946-09-24

Charles Kurtsinger, Seabiscuit: The Lost Documentary

1946-11-26

Charles R. Bowers, Now You Tell One

1946-12-30

Charles Wakefield Cadman, composer, dies at 65

1946-12-30

Charles Wakefield Cadman, Go West

1947-02-16

Charles Hiby, Mr. Lucky

1947-03-27

Charles Smith, cricketer (batted for S Afr in 1902-03), dies

1947-04-10

Charles Nordhoff, Mutiny on the Bounty

1947-05-15

Charles Sindelar, Cleopatra

1947-05-23

Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, War in the Highlands

1947-06-09

Charles Force, The Love Pirate

1947-07-10

Charles Withers, The Oily Bird

1947-07-20

Charles R. Moore, Sullivan's Travels

1947-12-31

Charles Doe, I Became a Criminal

1948-01-07

Charles C. Wilson, It Happened One Night

1948-01-18

Charles Magnusson, Fiskarvals från Bohuslän

1948-03-05

Charles Prince, cricketer (5 & 1 in only Test for South Africa), dies

1948-05-25

Charles Wheelock, A Brother's Sacrifice

1948-07-26

Charles Mills, South African cricketer (Test v England 1891-92), dies

1948-07-29

Charles Richards, Thief or Angel

1948-07-29

Charles Richards, Gone with the Wind

1948-08-07

Charles Bryant, Stronger Than Death

1948-08-27

Charles Evans Hughes, U.S. Supreme Court justice (b. 1862)

1948-08-27

Charles Evans Hughes, Animated Weekly, No. 40

1948-11-25

Charles D Brown, actor (Eve Knew Her Apples), dies at 61

1948-11-25

Charles D. Brown, The Big Sleep

1949-02-03

Charles Bimbo, Babes in Toyland

1949-02-19

Auguste Jean Maria Charles Serieyx, composer, dies at 83

1949-02-28

Charles Hanson Towne, The Fighting Roosevelts

1949-04-22

Charles Middleton, Duck Soup

1949-05-22

Charles G. Booth, The House on 92nd Street

1949-05-30

Charles Hutchison, Lightning Hutch

1949-08-02

Charles Oelze, Dogs of War

1949-09-05

Charles P. Kellogg, The Serpent's Tooth

1949-09-29

Charles Carroll, The Ghost of Frankenstein

1949-10-10

Charles Silver, La ronde de nuit

1949-12-11

Charles Dullin, Quai des Orfèvres

1949-12-25

Charles E. Nixon, Belle Boyd, a Confederate Spy

1950-02-12

Charles R. Phipps, Thundering Hoofs

1950-02-16

Charles Kennedy, Little Old New York

1950-02-23

Charles Gay, The Adventures of Tarzan

1950-02-23

Charles Gay, The Winning of Jess

1950-02-27

Charles E. King, The Descendants

1950-03-23

Charles Sadler, God Is Good

1950-04-01

Charles R. Drew, surgeon/developer of blood bank concept, dies at 45

1950-04-22

Charles H Houston, architect of NAACP legal campaign, dies at 54

1950-05-12

Charles Kemper, Scarlet Street

1950-05-18

Charles Darnton, The Iron Horse

1950-12-25

Charles A. Robins, The Water Lily

1950-12-28

Charles L. Johnson, Reds

1950-12-31

Charles Koechlin, French composer (Jungle Book), dies at 83

1950-12-31

Charles Koechlin, Return to Life

1951-01-11

Charles W. Goddard, The Perils of Pauline

1951-01-23

Charles Edgar Schoenbaum, Little Women

1951-01-31

Charles B. Cochran, Evergreen

1951-03-08

Charles Coleman, The Gay Divorcee

1951-04-02

Charles Willumsen, Paradise Lost

1951-04-23

Charles G. Dawes, Vice President of the United States, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (b. 1865)

1951-04-23

Charles Dawes, October Sky

1951-06-21

Charles Dillon Perrine, American astronomer (b. 1867)

1951-10-13

Charles R. Seeling, Rounding Up the Law

1951-10-25

Charles Croker-King, The White Angel

1951-11-10

Charles E. Roberts, Corruption

1952-01-29

Charles Tharnæs, To som elsker hinanden

1952-02-02

Charles De Roche, actor (10 Commandments), dies at 72

1952-02-02

Charles de Rochefort, The Ten Commandments

1952-03-04

Charles Scott Sherrington, English scientist, Nobel laureate (b. 1857)

1952-03-09

Charles Dudley, The Bell Boy

1952-03-16

Charles McNally, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood

1952-04-03

Charles W. Tyler, The Exquisite Thief

1952-04-05

Charles Collett, GWR chief mechanical engineer (b. 1871)

1952-04-18

Charles Waldron Jr., For You I Die

1952-04-26

Charles L Baars, Dutch actor (Women Tamers), dies at 59

1952-04-30

Charles Radoux-Rogier, composer, dies

1952-08-02

Charles K. French, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1952-11-17

Charles Penrose, The Derelict

1952-11-25

Charles Miller, House of Frankenstein

1952-12-08

Charles Lightoller, English second officer on the Titanic (b. 1874)

1952-12-08

Charles Herbert Lightoller,

1952-12-20

Charles A. Post, Back Stage

1953-01-04

Charles E. Whittaker, His People

1953-02-04

Charles E. Lynch, The Black Pirate

1953-02-18

Charles Herzinger, The Bat

1953-03-08

Charles Marsh, Cloak and Dagger

1953-03-10

Charles Gordon Curtis, inventor of (Curtis-steam turbine), dies at 92

1953-03-30

Charles Løwaas, Ditte, Child of Man

1953-04-20

Charles McAvoy, The E-Flat Man

1953-06-30

Charles William Miller, father of football in Brazil (b. 1874)

1953-07-04

Charles Ross Taggart, Charles Ross Taggart

1953-07-24

Charles W. Tobey, Episode dated 24 February 1952

1953-09-18

Charles de Tornaco, Belgian racing driver (b. 1927)

1953-09-20

Walter Haggar, The Life of Charles Peace

1953-11-08

Charles Hochberg, If a Body Meets a Body

1953-11-28

Charles Byer, Dead Man's Curve

1954-02-14

Charles Kerr, The Shanghai Gesture

1954-05-19

Charles Edward Ives, US composer (Unanswered Question), dies at 79

1954-05-19

Charles Ives, The Thin Red Line

1954-07-02

Charles Philippi, Cinderella

1954-07-16

Charles H. Kyson, Silk Hosiery

1954-07-16

Charles Kyson, West of Nevada

1954-08-01

Charles-A Cingria, writer, dies

1954-08-08

Charles Morris Martin, Law for Tombstone

1954-11-03

Charles Belden, House of Wax

1955-02-12

Charles Haefeli, Les Misérables

1955-02-14

Charles Cuvillier, composer, dies at 77

1955-02-14

Charles Cuvillier, Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre

1955-04-15

Charles Goldner, The Captain's Paradise

1955-05-03

Charles Odds, Captain Kidd

1955-05-23

Charles Groves, The Winslow Boy

1955-05-27

Charles Stevens, Bluebeard

1955-06-05

Charles B.V. Miller, Colorado Territory

1955-06-24

Charles Adler, Thrill of a Lifetime

1955-07-26

Charles F. Royal, Guns in the Dark

1955-08-01

Charles Shaw, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison

1955-09-27

Charles L. Tedford, The Declaration of Independence

1955-10-01

Charles Christie, American film studio owner (b. 1880)

1955-10-01

Charles Christie, 813

1955-11-11

Charles Weinberg, The Leatherneck

1955-12-04

Charles McNaughton, Treasure Island

1955-12-06

Charles E. Scoggins, Untamed

1956-01-19

Charles Dingle, The Little Foxes

1956-02-16

Charles Legneur, Around the World in Eighty Days

1956-02-26

Charles Wilken, Glade dage

1956-03-11

Charles O. Rush, When Romance Rides

1956-03-11

Charles Eichman, The Land Just Over Yonder

1956-03-16

Charles Lang, A Star Is Born

1956-04-20

Charles T. Trego, Water Trix

1956-04-21

Charles MacArthur, American writer (b. 1895)

1956-04-21

Charles MacArthur, His Girl Friday

1956-05-05

Charles R Gallas, lexicographer (French Dictionary), dies at 88

1956-08-17

Charles Griffin, Ace in the Hole

1956-09-07

Charles Burgess Fry, English athlete/cricketer/journalist, dies at 84

1956-09-13

Charles Le Moyne, West Is West

1956-11-08

Charles Gee, A Dog's Life

1956-11-29

Charles W. Mack, The Law of Duty

1957-03-29

Charles R. Rogers, My Man Godfrey

1957-04-02

Charles Dorety, A Dark Horse

1957-04-19

Charles Funk, Encylopediest (Funk & Wagnalls), dies at 76

1957-05-07

Charles King, Please Excuse Me

1957-07-05

Charles Sherwood Noble, American-born inventor

1957-08-10

Charles Neville Buck, The Runaway

1957-09-21

Haakon VII (CF Charles WA), Danish king of Norway (1905-57), dies

1957-10-08

Charles Lacey, Quicker'n a Wink

1957-10-15

Jean-Charles Reynaud, Love Songs

1957-11-03

Charles Brabin, The Mask of Fu Manchu

1958-01-03

Charles Williams, It's a Wonderful Life

1958-01-10

Charles de Trooz, Belgian writer, dies at 52

1958-01-12

Charles Mallory Hatfield, U.S. rainmaker (b. 1875)

1958-02-15

Charles Mendl, Notorious

1958-03-20

Charles Berner, The Lemon Drop Kid

1958-05-25

Charles Phillips, The Twonky

1958-06-13

Charles Hagen, Fashion Model

1958-06-29

Charles Spencelayh, English painter (b. 1865)

1958-07-29

Charles O'Malley, actor in silent westerns (Iron Horse), dies at 61

1958-07-29

Charles O'Malley, The Big Switch

1958-08-01

Charles White, Barabbas

1958-09-09

Charles Macartney, cricket (35 Tests 1907-26, 2131 runs 45 wkts), dies

1958-10-31

Charles Eggleston, Abraham Lincoln

1958-11-19

Charles B. Steiner, The Wizard of Oz

1958-11-25

Charles F Kettering, invented auto self-starter, dies at 82

1958-11-30

Charles Postal, License Plates

1958-12-17

Charles Gross, Attack of the Crab Monsters

1958-12-25

Charles L. Cooke, The Grass Harp

1959-02-12

Charles Dudley Daly, Daly, of West Point

1959-02-27

Charles Watt, Tarzan of the Apes

1959-04-09

Charles Borel-Clerc, The Devil's Backbone

1959-04-11

Charles Dreyer, The Silent Accuser

1959-04-13

Charles Hall, Suddenly

1959-04-16

Charles Halton, dies at 83

1959-04-16

Charles Halton, The Best Years of Our Lives

1959-06-04

Charles Vidor, director (Gilda, Farewell to Arms), dies at 58

1959-06-04

Charles Vidor, Gilda

1959-06-25

Charles Starkweather, spree killer (b. 1938)

1959-07-02

Charles Aber, The Idle Class

1959-08-31

Charles Delaney, dies at 67

1959-08-31

Charles Delaney, Hell-Bent for Frisco

1959-10-22

Charles Grider, Bliss

1959-11-11

Charles Chauvel, Jedda the Uncivilized

1959-12-10

Charles Jones, cricket batsman (WI in 4 Tests 1930-35, 63 runs), dies

1960-02-23

Charles Sattler, Arch of Triumph

1960-04-13

Charles Vissières, The Little World of Don Camillo

1960-05-07

John Reed Kilpatrick, Rocky Marciano vs. Ezzard Charles

1960-05-19

Charles Huber, The Girl from Texas

1960-09-16

Else Frölich, The Charles Street Mystery

1960-10-31

Charles Frederick Lindsley, Black Legion

1960-11-15

Charles Cooley, The Lemon Drop Kid

1960-12-13

John Charles Thomas, John Charles Thomas

1961-01-17

Charles Meakin, Reckless Rosie

1961-06-27

Charles Kenyon, The Iron Horse

1961-08-19

Charles Gemora, Jack the Giant Killer

1961-08-30

Charles Coburn, actor (Heaven Can Wait, Idiot's Delight), dies at 84

1961-08-30

Charles Coburn, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

1961-09-26

Charles Wilson,

1962-01-15

Charles Clague, Brideless Groom

1962-01-26

Charles "Lucky" Luciano, NYC Mafia gangster, dies of a heart attack at 65

1962-03-02

Charles Jean de la Vallée-Poussin, Belgian mathematician (b. 1866)

1962-05-27

Charles Fremdling, In Old Chicago

1962-08-20

Charles Maxwell, Charlie Chan at the Opera

1962-11-03

Charles L. Pothier, L'oncle de Pékin

1962-12-15

Charles Laughton, English actor (Hunchback of Notre Dame), dies at 63

1963-05-29

Charles-Félix Tavano, Ce bon Monsieur Durand

1963-07-21

Charles Watt, King Kong

1964-04-05

Charles Doran, Othello

1964-04-25

Charles O'Flynn, Who Framed Roger Rabbit

1964-09-09

Charles O'Neill, composer, dies at 82

1964-10-02

Charles Mahieu, Le banquet des fraudeurs

1964-10-08

Charles Hodge, NYU professor (Answers for Americans), dies at 69

1964-11-28

Charles Meredith, actor (Court of Last Resort), dies at 70

1965-01-14

Charles Delac, Girl with a Suitcase

1965-01-20

Marcelle Charles Dullin, Misdeal

1965-08-27

Le Corbusier, [Charles Jeanneret], Swiss/French architect, dies at 77

1965-11-06

Edgard Victor Achille Charles Varese, composer, dies at 81

1966-02-28

Charles A Bassett II, astronaut, dies at 34, in a crash of T-38 jet

1966-08-01

Charles Whitman, former marine, kills 16 at U of Texas, shot by cops

1966-08-08

Pierre Charles, Belgian heavyweight boxer, dies at 63

1966-12-13

Charles Watts, actor (Lone Ranger & Lost City of Gold), dies of cancer

1967-01-24

Howard Charles Shaiffer, entertainer, dies at 49

1967-02-21

Charles Beaumont, American writer (b. 1929)

1967-02-26

Charles Perry, Ten O'Clock Tiger

1967-08-28

Charles Darrow, US inventor of Monopoly, dies

1967-10-30

Charles Trowbridge, actor (Mummy's Hand), dies at 85

1967-11-09

Charles Bickford, actor (Johnny Belinda, Virginian), dies at 78

1967-11-09

Charles Bickford, The Song of Bernadette

1967-11-19

Charles J. Watters, US Army chaplain, Medal of Honor recipient (b. 1927)

1967-12-09

Charles Léon Hammes, Luxembourgian lawyer and President of the European Court of Justice (b. 1898)

1968-05-25

Charles K Feldman, [Gould], producer (Casino Royale), dies at 63

1968-07-28

Charles W Mayo, US surgeon, dies at 70

1968-11-06

Charles Munch, French conductor and violinist (b. 1891)

1968-11-06

Charles B. McVay III, Ex-U.S. Navy Captain (b. 1898)

1969-01-19

Charles Winninger, actor (Cafe Metropole, Coney Island), dies at 84

1969-01-27

Charles Winninger, actor (Charlie Farrell Show), dies at 82

1969-09-13

Charles Foulkes, Canada gen/honorary citizen of Wageningen, dies at 66

1970-04-10

Charles Paton, dies at 96

1970-11-09

Charles de Gaulle, President of France (1958-69), dies at 79

1970-11-10

Charles DeGaulle, general/president France (Free French), dies at 79

1971-03-02

Charles W Engelhard, US silver multi-millionaire, dies at 54

1971-04-07

Charles F Pahud de Mortanges, (Olympic-gold-1928, 32), dies at 74

1971-06-02

Charles de Keukeleire, Belgian director (Evil Eye), dies at 66

1971-06-25

Charles Vildrac, Paris France, poet/playwright, dies at 88

1971-07-28

Charles E. Pont, American artist (b. 1898)

1972-09-26

Charles J Correll, actor/voice (Calvin & the Colonel), dies at 82

1972-09-26

Charles J. Correll, The Amos 'n Andy Show

1972-12-23

Charles Atlas, [Angelo Siciliano], body builder, dies at 79

1972-12-24

Charles Atlas, bodybuilder, dies at 79

1973-06-07

Charles Hannawalt, Premature Burial

1973-07-03

Charles Ancerl, Czech conductor (Prague/Toronto), dies at 63

1973-12-17

Charles G Abbot, US astronomer (Sun Constant), dies at 101

1974-01-07

Charles Alfred Coulson, British Chemist (theoretical), dies at 63

1974-04-08

James Charles McGuigan, Catholic archbishop of Toronto (b. 1894)

1974-04-21

Charles "Chic" Harley, American football player (b. 1895)

1974-05-17

Charles Braswell, actor (Only Game in Town), dies at 49

1974-08-26

Charles Lindbergh, US aviator, dies at 72

1974-11-12

Charles Quinlivan, actor (7 Guns to Mesa), dies at 50

1975-03-01

Charles Mosconi, The Hustler

1975-04-15

Charles Marshall, dies

1975-04-29

Charles McMahon Jr, US USMC lance corporal, killed in Vietnam

1975-05-27

Ezzard Charles, heavyweight boxing champion (1949-51), dies of ALS at 53

1975-05-27

Ezzard Charles, The Knockout Parade

1975-06-22

Charles Bauer, The Puritan

1975-07-15

Charles Weidman, US dancer/choreographer (Fables for Our Time), dies

1975-08-24

Charles H Revson, US cosmetic magnate, dies at 69

1975-10-21

Charles Reidpath, American athlete (b. 1887)

1975-10-23

Charles Brokaw, actor (Outer Gate, I Cover the War), dies at 77

1975-12-18

Charles Gaynor, The King's Speech

1976-02-24

Charles Wilfred Orr, composer, dies at 82

1977-04-22

Charles Sanford, orchestra leader (Your Show of Shows), dies at 71

1977-08-05

Charles Carson, actor (Cry the Beloved Country), dies at 87

1977-08-22

Charles Van Enger, Millionaire Tom Hampton

1977-09-29

Charles Koff, The Movers

1977-12-25

Charles Chaplin, Modern Times

1978-01-09

Charles Newman, Pennies from Heaven

1978-03-31

Charles Herbert Best, American-Canadian physiologist/co-discoverer (Insulin), dies at 79

1978-03-31

Charles Best, The Lynne Gordon Show

1978-04-18

Charles Edwards, The Unusual Honeymoon

1978-05-29

Charles Wood, The Sins of Rachel Cade

1978-08-21

Charles Eames, US chair manufacturer, dies at 71

1978-08-26

Charles Boyer, actor (Gaslight, Rogues), dies at 78

1978-08-26

Charles Trowbridge Haubiel, composer, dies at 86

1978-08-26

Charles Boyer, Gaslight

1978-09-07

Charles Williams, The Rocketeer

1979-01-05

Charles Mingus, US jazz bassist/composer/orchestra leader, dies at 56

1979-01-24

Charles Knight, Who Done It?

1979-02-07

Charles L. Seeger, The Foolish Frog

1979-02-19

Charles McLine, The Eye Creatures

1979-03-06

Charles Wagenheim, actor (Halligan-Gunsmoke), dies at 83

1979-03-06

Charles Wagenheim, Foreign Correspondent

1979-03-21

Violet Haggar, The Life of Charles Peace

1979-05-03

Charles Anghoff, A Gift of Life

1979-06-26

Charles Clore, financier, dies

1979-07-28

Charles Shadwell, English conductor and bandleader (b. 1898)

1979-10-03

Charles White, artist, dies at 61 in Los Angeles

1979-11-02

Charles A. Murphy, Damn Citizen

1979-11-08

Yvonne de Gaulle, wife of Charles de Gaulle (b. 1900)

1979-11-09

Lewis Charles, actor (Feather & Father Gang), dies at 59

1979-11-09

Lewis Charles, Topaz

1980-01-09

Charles Straumer, The Scarface Mob

1980-02-28

Charles Mountain, The Blues Brothers

1980-03-12

Arthur Charles Dobson, British racing driver (b. 1914)

1980-04-11

Charles Borah, College

1980-06-03

Charles Fogel, Around the World in Eighty Days

1980-07-01

Charles Percy Snow, British writer (Friends & Associates), dies at 75

1980-07-30

Charles McGraw, actor (Michael-Falcon, Smith Family), dies at 66

1980-07-30

Charles McGraw, The Birds

1980-08-06

Charles Urbanus, Dutch baseball player, dies at 66

1980-09-29

Charles R. Marion, Spooks Run Wild

1980-11-24

Charles Payzant, Dumbo

1980-12-09

Charles Parker, Cambridge Footlights Revue 'La Vie Cambridgienne'

1980-12-28

Charles Tannen, The Grapes of Wrath

1981-02-27

Charles E. Wallace, The Greatest Story Ever Told

1981-02-27

Charles Wallace, North by Northwest

1981-05-30

Charles E. Cane, The Mayor of Hell

1981-11-06

Charles Kephart, Charge aka Outpost

1981-11-30

Charles Eric Maine, The Atomic Man

1981-12-14

Charles Levin, Bored of Education

1981-12-23

Charles Hisserich, Midnight

1982-03-07

Charles Borromeo Mills, composer, dies at 68

1982-03-07

Charles Mills, On the Bowery

1982-03-20

Charles Webber, Native Land

1982-03-24

Charles Igor Gorin, Ralph Threatens to Leave

1982-06-26

Charles Russhon, USAF lt col/liaison for James Bond films, dies at 71

1982-06-26

Charles Russhon, Goldfinger

1982-07-16

Charles Robberts, The first State President of South Africa, dies at 88

1982-07-25

Charles Franc, The Case of the Silent Partner

1982-08-13

Charles Walters, US actor/choreographer/dir (High Society), dies at 70

1982-08-13

Charles Walters, High Society

1982-12-13

Charles Nickum, Around the World in Eighty Days

1983-02-08

Charles Kullmann, La Paloma. Ein Lied der Kameradschaft

1983-02-14

Charles Webster, Photocrime

1983-04-13

Christmas Humphreys, The Case of Charles Peace

1983-04-28

Charles LaVere, George Burns in the Big Time

1983-05-01

Charles Sherlock, Shakedown

1983-05-26

Charles Keane, Career Girl

1983-06-01

Charles Tham, of Saxon-Coburg-Gotha, count of Flanders/Prince, dies

1983-06-07

Charles von Saksen-Coburg-Gotha, Belgium prince, buried

1983-06-30

Charles Ferguson, The Quiet Man

1983-07-01

Charles G. Clarke, Miracle on 34th Street

1983-07-29

J B Charles, [Willem Nagel], Dutch criminologist/writer, dies at 83

1983-09-17

Charles Unger, Come and Get It

1983-12-22

Charles Lloyd Pack, Horror of Dracula

1983-12-26

Charles Lewis, Mr. Robinson Crusoe

1984-01-27

Charles Calhoun, They Were Expendable

1984-02-16

Charles Oulmont, La meilleure maîtresse

1984-05-15

Lionel Charles Robbins, British economist, dies at 85

1984-06-26

Charles O'Curran, Road to Bali

1984-07-11

Nesta Charles, Sullivan's Travels

1984-07-18

Charles Friedman, Episode #1.27

1984-08-07

Charles Hart, Juvenile Court

1984-08-08

Charles E. Moran, Grease

1984-08-14

Peter Charles Arthur Wishart, composer, dies at 63

1984-08-22

Charles Whittenberg, composer, dies at 57

1984-12-03

Charles R. Davis, Bustin' Loose

1984-12-07

Charles Duncan, Plan 9 from Outer Space

1985-01-08

Charles A. Marshall, Air Force

1985-01-11

Charles 'Commando' Kelly, Episode dated 30 June 1957