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Field - Notable Historical Events

Alexander von HumboldtDec 7, 1804

Nicholas IIMay 18, 1896

James DoolittleSep 24, 1929

Babe RuthOct 1, 1932

Leo DurocherSep 16, 1940

Bob HopeMay 6, 1941

HitlerJul 3, 1942

RommelOct 25, 1942

Winston ChurchillMar 3, 1945

Albert EinsteinMar 30, 1953

Willie MaysSep 18, 1955

Mickey MantleJun 20, 1956

Pat SummerallDec 14, 1958

Wilt ChamberlainFeb 28, 1967

Hank GreenbergAug 23, 1972

Dustin HoffmanJan 28, 1980

Jane FondaMar 10, 1982

Mark McGwireApr 20, 1997

Uma ThurmanFeb 7, 2006

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Field - Historical Events
Date Event
1146-03-31

Bernard of Clairvaux preaches his famous sermon in a field at Vézelay, urging the necessity of a Second Crusade. Louis VII is present, and joins the Crusade.

1461-03-29

Battle near Towton Field, 33,000 die (War of the Roses)

1485-08-22

Battle of Bosworth Field - Henry Tudor's forces defeat English King Richard III during last battle War of the Roses

1492-11-07

The Ensisheim Meteorite, the oldest meteorite with a known date of impact, strikes the earth around noon in a wheat field outside the village of Ensisheim, Alsace, France.

1493-09-09

Battle of Krbava field, a decisive defeat of Croats in Croatian struggle against the Ottoman Empire invasion.

1643-06-18

Skirmish at Chalgrove Field: Prince Rupert parliamentary armies

1676-12-04

Battle of Lund: A Danish army under the command of King Christian V of Denmark engages the Swedish army commanded by Field Marshal Simon Grundel-Helmfelt.

1743-06-27

War of the Austrian Succession: Battle of Dettingen: in Bavaria, King George II of Britain personally leads troops into battle. The last time a British monarch would command troops in the field.

1804-12-07

Naturalist Alexander von Humboldt reports his discovery of the decrease in intensity of Earth's magnetic field from the poles to the equator in a memoir to the Paris Institute

1814-01-01

Field marshal Blucher's troops cross the Rhine at Kaub

1839-09-11

1st Canadian track & field meet held (Caer Howell Grounds)

1858-08-05

Cyrus W Field completes 1st transatlantic telegraph cable

1862-05-24

Beardslee field telegraph used for 1st time

1862-06-25

Battle of Oak Grove, VA (Orchard, Henrico, French's Field) (Kings's Schoolhouse) Day 1 of 7 Days

1864-08-22

First Geneva Convention adopted in Geneva "for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded in Armies in the Field"

1865-01-16

Gen Wm Sherman issues Field Order #15 (land for blacks)

1865-03-13

US Confederate Congress calls on black slaves for field service

1868-11-11

1st American amateur track & field meet (NYC)

1868-11-26

1st baseball game played in enclosed field in SF, at 25th & Folsom

1873-08-14

"Field & Stream" begins publishing

1879-09-19

Thomas Ray becomes youngest to break a world track & field record pole-vaulting 11' 2½" at age 17 years & 198 days

1884-04-21

Potters Field reopened as Madison Park

1886-01-18

Modern field hockey is born with the formation of The Hockey Association in England.

1896-05-18

Khodynka Tragedy: A mass panic on Khodynka Field in Moscow during the festivities of the coronation of Russian Tsar Nicholas II results in the deaths of 1,389 people.

1899-12-18

Field Marshal Lord Roberts appointed British supreme commander in South Africa

1899-12-23

British Field Marshall Lord Roberts departs Southampton to South Africa for the 2nd Boer War

1900-12-19

Kitchener offers protections to all Boers who will surrender and asks the Dutch community of Pretoria to convey this offer, but leaders in the field refuse to surrender; although organised military operations are largely over, the guerrilla war continues

1903-09-30

New Gresham's School officially opened by Field Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood.

1911-04-13

Polo Grounds grandstand & left field bleachers go up in flames

1912-11-23

Hamilton Alerts suspended by ORFU for refusing to field a full team in a replay of a protested game

1913-04-09

Brooklyn Dodger's Ebbets Field opens, Phillies win 1-0

1914-05-16

Ewing Field baseball park opens near Masonic Street, San Francisco. Relocated a year later.

1914-08-04

WWI: Field Marshal Lord Kitchener becomes British Minister of War after British declaration of war on Germany

1914-08-14

British field marshal John French & Gen Wilson land in France

1915-08-18

Braves Field opens in Boston to see Braves beat Cards 3-1

1916-04-20

Weeghman Park (Wrigley Field) in Chicago opens, Cubs beat Cin Reds 7-6

1916-04-30

Chicago Cubs play 1st game at Weeghman Park (Wrigley Field) beat Reds

1917-05-26

Walt Cruise hit 1st HR out of Braves Field

1917-10-19

Love Field in Dallas, Texas is opened.

1921-10-31

Federation Sportive Feminine International forms (1st woman track & field association)

1922-12-10

Pete Henry makes longest known NFL drop-kicked field goal, 45 yards

1924-09-06

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

1924-11-01

Forest Peters of Montana State U hits 17 of 22 attempted field goals

1926-05-23

Hack Wilson is 1st to hit a home run off Wrigley Field scoreboard

1926-10-01

An oil field accident cost aviator Wiley Post his left eye, but he used the settlement money to buy his first aircraft.

1927-05-04

1st balloon flight over 40,000 feet (Scott Field, Ill)

1927-05-07

SF Municipal Airport (Mills Field) dedicated

1927-05-17

U.S. Army aviation pioneer, Major Harold Geiger, dies in the crash of his Airco DH.4 de Havilland plane at Olmstead Field, Pennsylvania

1928-05-24

Record 12 future Hall of Famers take the field, as Yanks beat A's 9-7

1928-07-29

Cleve Indians score 17 in 1st 2 inns to beat Yanks 24-6 at Dunn Field they also set a record with 24 singles in 1 game

1928-07-31

1st woman to win a track and field olympic gold medal, Halina Konopacka of Poland

1929-02-20

Red Sox announce they will play Sunday games at Braves Field

1929-06-29

1st high-speed jet wind tunnel completed Langley Field Ca

1929-09-24

Lt James Doolittle guides a Consolidated N-Y-2 Biplane over Mitchell Field in NY in 1st all-instrument flight

1931-02-15

Spring training site of NY Yankees in St Petersburg is renamed Miller Huggins Field in honor of the team's late manager

1931-04-28

Program for woman athletes approved for 1932 Olympics track & field

1931-05-27

1st full scale wind tunnel for testing airplanes, Langley Field Va

1932-10-01

World Series moves to Chicago, In 5th inning, Babe Ruth waits until he has 2 strikes, points & hits next pitch into center field bleachers

1933-02-26

Golden Gate Bridge ground-breaking ceremony held at Crissy Field

1933-04-12

Moffatt Field commissioned

1933-11-12

1st game at NFL Pitts Pirate's Forbes Field, lose to Bkln Dodgers 32-0

1934-05-18

Jimmie Foxx hits 1st HR in Comiskey Park center field bleachers

1935-05-25

Track and field athlete Jesse Owens equals or breaks 6 world records in 45 minutes at Big Ten meet at Ferry Field in Ann Arbor US

1936-07-07

4th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-3 at Braves Field, Boston

1938-05-03

Lefty Grove defeats Tigers 4-3 for 1st of record 20 consecutive wins at his home field Fenway Park; he doesn't lose there until May 12 1941

1938-05-22

Dodgers announce contracts to install lights at Ebbets Field

1938-06-15

1st night game at Brooklyn Ebbets Field (Reds 6, Dodgers 0) as Cin Red Johnny Vander Meer hurls unprecedented 2nd consecutive no-hitter

1938-07-06

6th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-1 at Crosley Field, Cincinnati

1939-01-15

1st NFL pro bowl, NY Giants beat All Stars 13-10 in Wrigley Field

1940-02-26

US Air Defense Command forms at Mitchel Field, LI, NY

1940-05-14

Boston's Jimmie Foxx HR goes over Comiskey Park's left field roof

1940-06-04

1st night game at Forbes Field (Pirates 14, Braves 2)

1940-08-20

British PM Churchill says of Royal Air Force, "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few"

1940-09-16

Leo Durocher suspended from Ebbetts Field for "inciting a riot"

1941-05-06

At California's March Field, Bob Hope performs his first USO show.

1941-08-19

Ump Jocko Conlan ejects Pirate manager Frankie Frisch for coming out on field holding an umbrella to get a rainout

1942-07-03

Hitler visits Field Marshal Von Bock's headquarters in Ukraine

1942-10-14

Japanese battleship strikes Henderson Field, Guadalcanal

1942-10-25

Battle of Henderson Field Guadalcanal begins

1942-10-25

Field Marshal Rommel back in North-Africa

1942-10-26

Second day of Battle of Henderson Field, Guadalcanal

1943-01-30

Hitler promotes Friedrich von Paul to Field Marshal

1943-06-20

Sweden's Gunther Hagg beats favorite Greg Rice by 35 yards in 5,000m at national AAU track & field championship in NY

1944-06-05

German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel goes on leave just before WWII D-Day landings by the Allies

1944-07-02

Field Marshal von Kluge replaces General von Rundstedt

1944-07-11

12th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-1 at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh

1944-07-21

Field Marshal Günther von Kluge warns Hitler of impending collapse of front in Normandy

1944-08-15

German field marshal von Kluge vanishes for one day

1944-08-17

German field marshal Model replaces von Kluge in Normandy

1944-09-01

King George VI promotes Montgomery to field marshal

1944-10-07

Field Marshal Erwin Rommel ordered to return to Berlin

1945-03-03

Winston Churchill visits Field Marshal Montgomery's headquarters

1945-07-26

Physicist Raemer Schreiber and Lieutenant Colonel Peer de Silva depart Kirtland Army Air Field to transport the plutonium core for the Fat Man bomb (bombing of Nagasaki) to the island of Tinian where the bomb is assembled

1945-08-18

Scheduled demonstrations at Polo Grounds & Ebbets Field to end segregation in organized baseball are called off

1946-04-13

Eddie Klepp, a white pitcher signed by defending Negro League champ Cleveland Buckeyes, is barred from field in Birmingham Alabama

1946-05-01

Field Marshal Montgomery appointed British supreme commander

1946-05-11

1st night game at Boston Braves Field (Giants 5, Braves 1)

1946-05-30

Braves Bernard Malamud HR shatters Bulova clock in Ebbets Field

1946-10-03

Cards beat Dodgers 8-4 at Ebbets Field to win NL playoffs 2-0

1947-07-08

14th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-1 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1948-07-26

Leo Durocher returns to Ebbets Field as a NY Giant

1948-07-31

US President Harry Truman dedicates Idlewild Field (now Kennedy Airport), NY

1949-07-12

16th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 11-7 at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn

1949-07-31

Lightning strikes a baseball field in Fla, kills SS & 3rd baseman

1950-06-08

Sir Thomas Blamey becomes the only Field Marshal in Australian history.

1952-09-15

Braves last game in Boston's Braves Field before move to Milwaukee

1953-03-30

Albert Einstein announces revised unified field theory

1953-04-29

Joe Adcock is 1st to homer into Polo Grounds' center field bleachers

1953-07-14

20th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-1 at Crosley Field, Cincinnati

1953-09-27

Bert Bechichar, Baltimore Colts, kicks a 56-yard field goal

1953-10-14

Great Britain performs nuclear test at Emu Field, Australia

1953-10-26

Great Britain performs nuclear test at Emu Field Australia

1955-09-18

Willie Mays hits record tying 9th HR at Ebbets Field (ties Joe Adcock)

1955-10-18

Track & Field names Jesse Owens all-time track athelete

1955-10-26

British troops occupy Saudi Arabian oil field at Boeraimi

1956-01-19

Hoboken dedicates a plaque honoring achievements of Alexander Cartwright in organizing early baseball at Elysian Field

1956-06-20

At Detroit's Briggs Stadium, Mickey Mantle hits 2 Billy Hoeft pitches into right center field bleachers (no else hits 1 there)

1956-10-30

Dodgers sell Ebbets Field to a real estate group. They agree to stay until 1959, with an option to stay until 1961

1957-01-15

Brooklyn Dodgers sign a new 3 year lease for Ebbets Field

1957-09-22

Duke Snider's 39th & 40th home runs are last hit at Ebbets Field

1957-09-24

Brooklyn Dodgers play last game at Ebbets Field, defeat Pirates 2-0

1958-04-07

Dodgers erect 42-foot screen in left field at LA Coliseum to cut down on home runs, since it is only 250 feet down the line

1958-12-10

U of Pitts agrees to buy Forbes Field from the Pirates

1958-12-14

Pat Summerall kicks game winning field goal for the New York Giants against the Cleveland Browns at Yankee Stadium

1959-06-30

During a game in Wrigley Field, 2 balls were in play at same time

1959-07-07

26th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-4 at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh

1960-02-23

Demolition begins on Brooklyn's Ebbets Field (opened in 1913)

1960-09-10

NY Yankee Mickey Mantle hits 643' HR over right field roof in Detroit

1960-10-14

Belgian sen Victor Leemans reveals huge gas field in Groningen

1961-12-03

George Blanda of Houston Oilers kicks 55-yard field goal

1962-02-06

Schoolman Athletic Field in the Bronx named

1962-06-17

Lou Brock is 2nd to HR into Polo Grounds right-center field bleachers

1962-07-30

33rd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-4 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1964-10-04

Patriots' Gino Cappelletti kicks 6-of-6 field goals against Broncos

1966-10-08

Wyoming's Jerry DePoyster kicks 3 field goals over 50 yds (54, 54, 52)

1966-12-11

Al Nelson sets NFL record returning missed field goal, 100 yards

1967-02-22

Sling-shot goal post & 6' wide border around field are standard in NFL

1967-02-28

Wilt Chamberlain sinks NBA record 35th consecutive field goal

1967-09-14

Melville Abrams Ball Field in Bronx named

1967-09-24

Cards Jim Bakken kicks 7 field goals vs Steelers

1968-08-25

NY Yankee outfield Rocky Colavito pitches 2 2/3 innings & beats Tigers 6-5; he played right field in 2nd game & homered

1968-10-25

Longest Oly field hockey game, Hol beats Spain 1-0 in 2h25m (6 OT)

1968-11-03

NY Jet Jim Turner kicks 6 field goals to beat Buffalo 25-21

1969-10-05

Tom Dempsey of New Orleans Saints kicks 55-yard field goal

1970-01-16

AAU player Steve Myers makes a basketball field goal of 92'3½" from out of bounds, Tacoma-it shouldn't have counted, but was allowed

1970-06-24

Reds play final game at Cincinnati's Crosley Field, beat Giants 5-4

1970-09-11

88 of the hostages from the Dawson's Field hijackings are released. The remaining hostages, mostly Jews and Israeli citizens, are held until September 25.

1970-10-04

KC Chiefs Jan Stenerud kicks 55-yard field goal

1970-11-08

Tom Dempsey of New Orleans Saints kicks NFL record 63 yard field goal

1971-09-30

Last Wash Senator home game, Yanks win career 5th forfeit game Yanks trailing 4-2 in 9th with 2 outs, fans rush field

1972-08-23

Chicago's Dick Allen is 4th (Jimmie Foxx, Hank Greenberg, & Alex Johnson) to homer into Comiskey Park's center field bleachers

1972-10-29

Don Cockroft of Cleveland Browns kicks 57-yard field goal

1973-08-24

John Adams & his drum - become a right-field fixture in Cleve Stadium

1973-08-26

10-year-old Mary Boitano is 1st woman to win 6.8-mile Dipsea Race in Marin County, CA, beating a field of 1,500 runners

1973-09-24

St Louis Cards Jim Bakken sets NFL record kicking 7 field goals

1973-12-09

St Louis Cardinal Jim Bakken kicks 6 field goals vs Atlanta Falcons

1974-06-04

Never repeated 10 cent Beer Night at Cleveland, unruly fans stumble onto field & cause Indians to forfeit the game to Rangers with score tied 5-5 in 9th

1975-10-19

Cleveland Browns' Don Cockroft kicks club record 5 field goals

1975-11-23

Bob Thomas of Chicago Bears kicks 55-yard field goal

1977-09-15

Orioles forfeit to Blue Jays when mgr Earl Weaver pulls team off field in 5th citing hazardous condition (small tarpaulin on bullpen mound)

1977-10-15

Arkansas' Steve Little kicks a record tying 67 yard field goal

1977-10-29

Texas' Russell Erideben kicks his 3rd 60 yard field goal of the season

1977-12-24

"Ghost to the Post", Raiders tight end Dave Casper ("The Ghost") catches a 42-yard reception to set up the Raiders' tying field goal near the end of regulation (Raiders win in OT)

1978-04-13

Jackson slugs a 3-run HR in the 1st inning, & the field is showered

1979-09-21

Two RAF Hawker Siddeley Harrier jump-jets from RAF Wittering collide over the UK. Both pilots ejected safely. One of the jets broke up in midair and fell harmlessly into a field but the other dropped onto the centre of Wisbech in Cambridgeshire, destroying two houses and a bungalow. Several people were injured in the accident and three people were killed.

1979-11-12

Tony Franklin of Philadelphia Eagles kicks 59-yard field goal

1980-01-21

Les Henson, Virginia Tech, makes 89' 3" basketball field goal

1980-01-28

37th Golden Globes: Dustin Hoffman & Sally Field wins

1980-04-14

52nd Academy Awards - "Kramer vs Kramer", Dustin Hoffman & Sally Field win

1981-01-04

"Red Right 88", trailing 14—12 with little time remaining the Browns chose to attempt an end zone pass play (Red Right 88) before trying for a game-winning field goal in the final minute, but the pass is intercepted by Raiders safety Mike Davis and Oakland wins

1981-09-20

Joe Danelo kicks then NY Giant record 55 yard field goal

1981-10-18

NY Giant Joe Danelo ties NFL record of 6 field goals in a game

1982-03-10

8th People's Choice Awards: Burt Reynolds, Sally Field & Jane Fonda win (Motion Picture) and Alan Alda & Barbara Mandrell win (TV)

1982-08-18

Longest baseball game at Wrigley Field in Chicago IL, ends after 22 innings - before LA Dodgers beat Cubs 2-1 (game started Aug 17th)

1982-10-06

Auburn's Al Del Greco kicks 6 field goals

1983-01-23

"Mud Bowl", Miami Dolphins beat the New York Jets 14-0 in the AFC Championship Game on a wet, muddy field, which negated the Jets significant speed and skill advantage

1983-08-07

1st World Track & Field Championships

1983-09-26

Ali Haji-Sheikh kicks NY Giant record 56 yard field goal

1983-11-07

Ali Haji-Sheikh kicks his 2nd NY Giant record 56 yard field goal

1984-10-21

Cleveland Browns' Steve Cox sets club record with a 60-yd field goal

1985-03-25

57th Academy Awards - "Amadeus", F Murray Abraham & Sally Field win

1987-09-06

Saskatchewan's Dave Ridgway kicks a CFL-record 60-yard field goal

1987-11-15

NY Giant Raul Allegre kicks 2, 50 or more yard field goals in a game

1988-07-23

Saskatchewan's Dave Ridgway kicks record 8 field goals vs Edmonton

1988-08-08

Cubs & Phillies attempt to play 1st night game ever at Wrigley Field but are rained out in 4th inning with Chicago leading, 3-1

1988-08-09

Cubs beat Mets 6-4 in their 1st official night game at Wrigley Field

1988-12-31

"The Fog Bowl", a heavy, dense fog rolled over Soldier Field in Chicago during the second quarter of the Bears/Eagles NFC Divisional Playoff Game, cutting visibility to about 15-20 yards for the rest of the game (Bears win 20-12)

1990-06-12

NY Mets beat Chicago Cubs 19-8 at Wrigley Field, Cubs outfielder Doug Dazcenzo pitched a scoreless 9th inning

1990-07-10

61st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-0 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1990-12-04

An Iraqi official reports that Iraq will withdraw if it can retain control of the Rumailah field and keep Bubiyan and Werbah islands; also says that demands that the Palestinian issue be treated separately would not be surmountable

1990-12-08

Indians agree to a lease new ballpark in Gateway (Jacobs Field)

1991-01-20

Matt Barr's field goal with no time left gives NY Giant 15-13 Victory over defending champs SF 49ers, for NFC title

1991-03-02

Battle at Rumaila Oil Field brings end to the 1991 Gulf War.

1992-01-13

Excavation of new ballpark at Gateway (Jacobs Field) begins

1992-04-03

1st exhibition game at Camden Field - Orioles beat NY Mets

1992-04-06

1st game at Camden Field, Balt-Orioles beat Indians 2-0

1992-04-16

1st concrete is poured at new ballpark at Gateway (Jacobs Field)

1992-05-13

Concrete foundation for ballpark at Gateway (Jacobs Field) is poured

1992-08-24

1st structural steel beams are erected at Gateway (Jacobs Field)

1993-06-09

Tickets for Indians 1st season in Jacobs Field go on sale

1993-06-30

Richard Jacobs announces Chief Wahoo will go to Jacobs Field

1993-07-07

Red Tom Browning decides to watch his team play at Wrigley Field from the roof of a building across Sheffield Ave, he is fined $500

1993-09-28

Gas field in Caracas explodes, 53 killed

1994-01-01

Jacobs Field opens with "Gateway's New Year's Eve Countdown to '94"

1994-01-03

35-foot-tall Chief Wahoo, trademark of Indians on top of Stadium since 1962, is taken down, to be moved to Jacob's Field

1994-02-23

Indians owner Richard Jacobs announces he will pay $10 million to name baseball field (Jacobs Field) at Gateway (becomes official 3/23)

1994-02-24

Scoreboard is unveiled at new Cleve Indians' park (Jacobs Field)

1994-03-15

Experts from AL certify Indian's Jacobs Field is properly lit

1994-03-23

Richard Jacobs buys naming rights to Indians new ball park at Gateway for $13.8 million (renamed Jacobs Field)

1994-03-31

Walkway from Cleveland's Tower City to Jacobs Field officially opens

1994-04-02

1st exhibition game played at Jacobs Field, Pirates beat Indians, 6-4

1994-04-04

1st game played at Jacobs Field, Indians beat Mariners 4-3 in 11 inn

1994-04-06

1st scheduled Indians night game at Jacobs Field is rained out

1994-04-07

1st night game at Cleveland's Jacobs Field, Indians 6 Seattle 2

1994-04-15

Indians loses 1st game at Jacobs Field, KC wins 2-1

1994-05-13

Indians begin a 18 home game home win streak at Jacobs Field

1995-04-26

Coors Field, opens in Denver, Rockies beat Mets 11-9 in 14 innings

1995-04-27

Coors Field in Colo opens - Denver Rockies beats Mets 11-9 in 14

1996-09-17

Dodger Hideo Nomo no-hits Colo Rockies, 9-0 at Coors Field

1996-10-03

Thunderdome in Tampa Bay renamed Tropicana Field

1996-10-06

NY Jet Nick Lowrey ties Jan Stenerud with 373 NFL field goals

1996-10-13

NY Jet Nick Lowrey breaks Jan Stenerud NFL field goal record at 374

1996-10-14

Packer Chris Jacke kicks longest field goal to end overtime (53 yds)

1997-03-29

1st game at Turner Field Atlanta, Braves beats Yanks 2-0 (exhibition)

1997-04-04

Braves officially open Turner Field against Cubs

1997-04-20

Mark McGwire is 4th to HR on Detroit Tiger left field roof (others are Frank Howard, Harmon Killibrew, & Cecil Fielder)

1997-07-08

68th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-1 at Jacobs Field, Cleveland

1997-07-22

The first shipments of oil produced from Kazakhstan's Tengiz field arrive at terminals on the Black Sea for subsequent export through the Bosphoros Strait

1997-08-04

In Colombia, international oil company Occidental Petroleum declare force majeure on all oil exports from the Cano Limon field after a series of attacks knocked out a major oil pipeline

1998-07-07

69th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 13-8 at Coors Field, Denver

1999-01-17

"The Miss", Minnesota Viking placekicker Gary Anderson had become the first kicker in history to finish the regular season without missing a field goal or extra point attempt, but misses a field goal late in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship Game, allowing the Atlanta Falcons to tie the game and eventually win it in overtime

1999-07-15

The inaugural game at the Seattle Mariners' Safeco Field was held in Seattle, Washington.

2000-01-08

"Music City Miracle", with 16 seconds left in the AFC Wild Card Playoff Game, the Tennessee Titans' Lorenzo Neal handed the ball to Frank Wycheck, who then lateraled the ball across the width of the field to his teammate, Kevin Dyson, who in turn ran the length of the field down the sideline for the game-winning touchdown to defeat the Buffalo Bills 22-16

2000-07-11

71st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 6-3 at Turner Field, Atlanta

2000-10-23

"Monday Night Miracle", down 30-7 at the end of the third quarter, the New York Jets pulled together a rapid and improbable comeback with 4 touchdowns and a field goal in the fourth quarter, eventually defeating the Miami Dolphins 40-37 in overtime

2001-03-04

Tests in recent days confirm the world's largest oil find in three decades in the Kashagan field in the Caspian Sea

2001-03-26

Kazakhstan's Prime Minister opens an oil pipeline from the giant Tengiz Field to the Russian port of Novorossiysk on Monday, giving the Central Asian producer its first direct link to international markets

2001-06-30

ENI of Italy signs a $550 million contract to develop Iran's Darquain field, expected to produce 160,000 barrels of petroleum per day

2001-07-10

72nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-1 at Safeco Field, Seattle

2001-09-11

Attempt by passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 93 to retake control of their hijacked plane from terrorists causes plane to crash in Pennsylvania field killing all 64 people onboard

2003-07-15

74th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-6 at U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago

2003-12-23

PetroChina Chuandongbei natural gas field explosion, Guoqiao, Kai, Chongqing, China, killing at least 234.

2006-02-05

Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh Steelers beat Seattle Seahawks, 21-10 at the Ford Field MVP: Hines Ward, Pittsburgh, WR

2006-02-07

Uma Thurman is named a knight of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France for outstanding achievement in the field of art and literature

2006-04-08

Shedden massacre: The bodies of eight men, all shot to death, are found in a field in Ontario, Canada. The murders are soon linked to the Bandidos motorcycle gang.

2007-09-16

59th Emmy Awards: The Sopranos, 30 Rock, James Spader & Sally Field win

2011-07-12

82nd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-1 at Chase Field, Phoenix

2012-11-04

Syrian rebels capture a major oil field in Deir ez-Zor Governorate

2012-12-17

NASA completes a successful mission to map the Moon's gravity field

2013-07-16

84th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-0 at Citi Field, New York

2016-07-13

Hosmer, Perez lift AL to 4-2 All-Star win, Series home field

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Field - Notable Birthdays

Bernard Law MontgomeryNov 17, 1887

Erwin RommelNov 15, 1891

Marion JonesOct 12, 1975

Field - Birthdays
Date Event
1583-09-29

Johan VIII, the Younger, count of Nassau-Siegen/field marshall

1667-06-18

Ivan Trubetskoy, Russian field marshal (d. 1750)

1676-07-03

Leopold I, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, Prussian field marshal (d. 1747)

1677-08-27

Otto Ferdinand von Abensberg und Traun, Austrian field marshal (d. 1748)

1683-11-30

Ludwig Andreas Graf Khevenhüller, Austrian field marshal (d. 1744)

1684-10-26

Kurt Christoph Graf von Schwerin, Prussian field marshal (d. 1757)

1696-06-11

Francis Edward James Keith, Scottish soldier and Prussian field marshal (d. 1758)

1699-05-14

Hans Joachim von Zieten, Prussian field marshal (d. 1786)

1705-09-24

Leopold Josef Graf Daun, Austrian field marshal (d. 1766)

1705-10-23

Maximilian Ulysses Count Browne, Austrian field marshal (d. 1757)

1717-02-02

Ernst Gideon Freiherr von Laudon, Austrian field marshal (d. 1790)

1718-06-17

George Howard, British field marshal (d. 1796)

1719-03-13

John Griffin Whitwell, 4th Baron Howard de Walden, British field marshal (d. 1797)

1724-02-28

George Townshend, 1st Marquess Townshend, British field marshal (d. 1807)

1725-10-21

Franz Moritz Graf von Lacy, Austrian field marshal (d. 1801)

1733-10-14

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

1742-12-16

Gebhard Fürst Blücher von Wahlstatt, German Field Marshal (d. 1819)

1745-09-16

Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov, Russian field marshal (d. 1813)

1756-08-29

Heinrich Graf von Bellegarde, Austrian field marshal and statesman (d. 1845)

1766-11-02

Joseph Radetzky von Radetz, Austrian field marshal (d. 1858)

1771-04-18

Karl Philipp Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, Austrian field marshal (d. 1820)

1775-06-12

Karl Freiherr von Müffling, Prussian field marshal (d. 1851)

1782-07-26

John Field, Dublin Ireland, pianist/composer (Nocturnes)

1782-07-26

John Field, Wives and Daughters

1784-04-13

Friedrich Graf von Wrangel, Prussian field marshal (d. 1877)

1805-02-13

David Dudley Field, lawyer/law codifier

1815-02-12

Edward Forbes, Douglas Isle of Man, English Naturalist and pioneer in the field of biogeography

1816-11-04

Stephen Johnson Field, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (d. 1899)

1819-11-10

Cyrus West Field, financier/success of 1st transatlantic cable

1828-04-06

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

1832-10-08

Alfred von Waldersee, Field-Marshal Count von Waldersee

1834-08-18

Marshall Field, Conway Massachusetts, owner (Field Dept Store)

1849-12-06

August von Mackensen, German field marshal (d. 1945)

1850-09-02

Eugene Field, author/journalist (Little Boy Blue)

1850-9-03

Eugene Field, Wynken, Blynken & Nod

1852-09-28

John [Denton Pinkstone] French, Earl of Ypres/British field marshall

1852-11-11

Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf, Austro-Hungarian field marshal (d. 1925)

1856-12-13

Svetozar Boroević, Austro-Hungarian field marshal (d. 1920)

1858-05-29

Marc Klaw, Lime Kiln Club Field Day

1859-10-29

Charles Ebbets, (namesake of Ebbets Field, Brooklyn)

1860-08-13

Annie Oakley, Actors' Fund Field Day

1861-09-23

Edmond H H Allenby, British field marshal

1862-07-23

Tim Sullivan, Actors' Fund Field Day

1865-10-27

Richard Field Carroll, Reclaimed: The Struggle for a Soul Between Love and Hate

1872-08-09

Archduke Joseph August of Austria, Austrian field marshal (d. 1962)

1874-08-29

Walter Field

1876-09-05

Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb, German field marshal (d. 1956)

1877-03-18

George Field, Blood and Sand

1878-02-28

Salisbury Field, Zander the Great

1879-03-18

Emma Carus, Actors' Fund Field Day

1880-05-14

Wilhelm List, German field marshal (d. 1971)

1880-12-03

Fedor von Bock, German field marshal (d. 1945)

1881-01-04

Norman Field, The Twonky

1881-05-30

Georg von Küchler, German field marshal (d. 1968)

1881-11-12

Maximilian von Weichs, German field marshal (d. 1954)

1882-06-03

Dudley Field Malone, Mission to Moscow

1883-08-13

Odessa Warren Grey, Lime Kiln Club Field Day

1884-08-16

Walther von Reichenau, German field marshal (d. 1942)

1885-07-06

Ernst Busch, German field marshal (d. 1945)

1887-11-17

Bernard L Montgomery, British field marshall (WW II-African campaign)

1887-11-17

Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Alamein, British Field Marshal, Kennington, South London

1887-11-23

Hobart Henley, Somewhere on the Battle Field

1889-08-01

Walther Gerlach, Biebrich, German Physicist who, with Otto Stern, co-discovered spin quantization in a magnetic field (Stern—Gerlach effect)

1891-01-24

Walter Model, German field marshal

1891-11-15

Erwin Rommel, German Field Marshal (WW II-African campaign)

1892-03-30

Erhard Milch, German field marshal (d. 1972)

1892-06-22

Robert Ritter von Greim, German field marshal (d. 1945)

1892-12-05

Ferdinand Schörner, German field marshal (d. 1973)

1894-11-21

Corinne Griffith, Texarkana TX, actress (3 Hours, Lilies of Field)

1895-10-10

Wolfram von Richthofen, German field marshal (d. 1945)

1902-06-04

Richard Allen, India, field hockey goal tender (Olympic-gold-1928)

1904-04-01

Sid Field, London Town

1904-07-07

Pat O'Hara, A Field of Honor

1904-09-09

Feroze Khan, Pakistani field hockey player (d. 2005)

1904-10-15

Barbara Pierce, Lizzies of the Field

1906-02-27

Joe Popkin, Lilies of the Field

1907-04-01

Madalynne Field, Dancing Fools

1908-04-02

Norman C. McClay, Lilies of the Field

1909-06-10

Mary Field, Song of the South

1910-04-13

Hermann H. Field, Angry Harvest

1910-07-27

Fern Persons, Field of Dreams

1912-08-04

Jozef Belan, Field Lilies

1912-9-28

Jonathan Field, Henry V

1913-02-08

Betty Field, Boston MA, actress (Kings Row, Bus Stop)

1914-02-17

Rod Dedeaux, Field of Dreams

1914-07-03

James R. Field, Hells Angels on Wheels

1916-02-08

Betty Field, Picnic

1916-06-15

Marshall Field IV, publisher/editor (Chic Daily News, Sunday Times)

1916-08-12

Ralph Nelson, Lilies of the Field

1916-9-15

Lyle Bond, The Kid from Left Field

1917-06-17

Gene Thompson, The Kid from Left Field

1917-10-15

Arthur Schlesinger Jr., Noel Field - Der erfundene Spion

1917-10-30

Nikolai Vasilievich Ogarkov, Soviet field marshal (d. 1994)

1917-11-04

Virginia Field, Waterloo Bridge

1917-9-27

James Andelin, Field of Dreams

1918-03-24

George Garner, The Kid from Left Field

1919-01-19

Dharam Singh, India, field hockey player (Olympic-gold-1964)

1920-03-15

Ranganandhan Francis, India, field hockey (Olympic-gold-1948, 52, 56)

1922-05-10

Margaret Field, The Man from Planet X

1922-06-01

Abdul Rashid, Pakistan, field hockey player (Olympic-gold-1960)

1922-06-12

Logan Field, Blacula

1922-07-12

Walt Logan Field, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

1923-06-03

Lisabeth Field, Ed's New Shoes

1924-06-07

Edward Field, To Be Alive!

1925-01-18

Roepie Kruize, Dutch field hockey player (Olympic-Bronze-48/Silver-52)

1925-03-30

Eamon Keane, The Field

1926-04-14

Vladimír Kostovic, Field Lilies

1926-07-16

Claude Olin Wurman, The Kid from Left Field

1927-01-30

Howard Sherf, Field of Dreams

1927-02-09

Elvin Field, None Shall Escape

1927-02-10

Nigel Bagnall, British field marshal

1927-02-20

Sidney Poitier, Miami Florida, actor, first back actor to win an Oscar for Best Actor ('Lillies in the Field' - 1963)

1927-03-01

Ivan Krivosudsky, Field Lilies

1927-03-25

Leslie Claudius, India, field hockey (Olympic-gold-1948, 52, 56)

1928-07-21

John B. Keane, The Field

1928-08-04

Udham Singh, India, field hockey player (Olympic-gold-1952, 56, 64)

1928-10-28

Wim van Heumen, coach of Dutch field hockey team

1929-10-19

Balbir Singh, India, field hockey player (Olympic-gold-1948-56)

1930-05-11

Lotar Radványi, Field Lilies

1930-11-06

Mark McCormack, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1930-9-15

Isa Crino, Lilies of the Field

1932-08-19

Roy Field, Superman

1932-10-26

Chinadorai Deshmutu, India, field hockey player (1952)

1933-02-22

Roger Gicquel, Happiness Is in the Field

1934-06-28

Fern Field, Maude

1934-10-29

Karl Francis Hettinger, Onion Field survivor

1934-9-02

Steve Sotuyo, Christmas Lilies of the Field

1935-05-25

W.P. Kinsella, Field of Dreams

1935-12-19

Syd Field, Spree

1937-01-22

Joseph Wambaugh, The Onion Field

1937-02-19

Norman O'Neill, cricketer (great Aussie bat of 60's Brilliant field)

1938-01-16

Robert Lipsyte, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1938-04-05

Colin Bland, cricketer (South African bat Maybe the best cover field)

1938-06-27

Shirley Ann Field, actress (Beat Girl, Kings of the Sun) [or Jul 27]

1938-06-27

Shirley Anne Field, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

1938-07-25

Phillip Halpin, The Onion Field

1938-07-27

Shirley Anne Field, England, actress (Alfie, War Lover) [or Jun 27]

1938-11-23

Jan Rooney, Bravery in the Field

1939-09-08

Carsten Keller, German field hockey player

1940-05-14

Robert Winans, The Kid from Left Field

1941-02-12

Patricia Field, The Devil Wears Prada

1941-11-16

Dan Penn, US songwriter/producer/gospel singer (Out in Left Field)

1942-07-16

Frank Field, MP (Labour)

1942-12-10

Crystal Field, Little Children

1943-9-09

Art LaFleur, Field of Dreams

1944-11-20

Anthea Stewart, Zimbabwe, field hockey coach/player (Olympic-1980)

1945-05-02

Gene Deckerhoff, The Man from Left Field

1946-04-21

Le Tari, The Onion Field

1946-06-11

Michael Wilkes, commander (UK Field Army)

1946-11-06

Sally Field, Pasadena California, we really like her (Gidget, Flying Nun)

1946-11-06

Sally Field, Forrest Gump

1946-12-27

Pamela Branch, Lilies of the Field

1947-01-12

Tom Dempsey, NFL record-holder (longest field goal, 63 yards)

1947-04-13

Robin Field, Haunted House

1947-05-01

Marián Filadelfi, Field Lilies

1947-09-04

Alan Greisman, Sally Field's husband/producer (Fletch, Surrender)

1948-11-25

Storm Field, [Elliot], NY, weatherman (WABC TV, WCBS TV)

1948-9-16

Vincent Caristi, The Onion Field

1949-05-15

Wendy Pritchard, Australian women's field hockey team manager (Oly-96)

1950-03-01

Phil Alden Robinson, Field of Dreams

1950-08-24

Frank Murray, Australian field hockey national coach (Oly-sil-92, 96)

1950-9-11

Amy Madigan, Field of Dreams

1951-08-13

Gwen Cheeseman, Harrisburg Pa, field hockey goalie (Oly-bronze-1984)

1951-11-13

Beth Anders, Norristown Penn, field hockey sweeper (Oly-bronze-1984)

1951-12-22

Jan Stephenson, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1952-02-06

Richard Charsworth, Australian women field hockey head coach (Oly-96)

1953-06-01

Ted Field, The Last Samurai

1954-03-25

Thom Loverro, Out of Left Field

1954-07-17

Michel Field, Ça balance à Paris

1955-05-21

Paul Barber, British field hockey player

1955-10-15

Kulbir Bhaura, British field hockey player

1957-05-27

Chelsea Field, The Last Boy Scout

1957-06-03

Horst-Ulrich Hänel, German field hockey player

1957-06-12

Timothy Busfield, Field of Dreams

1957-08-20

Bart Römer, Field of Honor

1957-12-05

Charlene Morett, Darby Pa, field hockey left wing (Oly-bronze-1984)

1958-10-25

Mark Miller, Dayton Ohio, actor (Search for Grace, Love Field)

1959-01-30

Dwier Brown, Field of Dreams

1959-05-19

Mikheil Kalatozishvili, Wild Field

1959-08-07

Jimmy Mack, Wrigley Field: Beyond the Ivy

1959-12-25

Chris Spice, Australian field hockey coach (Olympics-96)

1960-01-01

Pyotr Lutsik, Wild Field

1960-01-19

Al Joyner, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1961-08-03

Ken Wark, Australian field hockey fullback (Oly-4th/silver-88, 92, 96)

1961-10-09

Arlene Boxhall, Zimbabwe, field hockey (Olympic-gold-1980)

1962-02-12

Jimmy Kirkwood, Irish-born field hockey player

1962-03-13

Liane Tooth, Sydney NSW Australia, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1962-07-05

Aleksey Samoryadov, Wild Field

1962-09-15

Patricia "Patty" Shea, Belmont NY, field hockey goalie (Olympics-96)

1962-11-28

Karen Marsden, Perth Australia, field hockey goalie (Olympics-96)

1963-01-24

Martyn Grimley, English field hockey player

1963-03-01

Barb[ara] Marois, Auburn Mass, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)

1963-03-17

Roger Harper, cricketer (Guyana & WI off-spinner Extraordinary field)

1963-04-15

Linda Field, The People Under the Stairs

1963-05-08

Anthony Field, The Wiggles: Wiggle Bay

1963-06-23

Brian Waldvogel, Field of Dreams

1964-02-24

Todd Field, American actor and film director

1964-02-24

Todd Field, Eyes Wide Shut

1964-04-28

Mark Hager, Australian field hockey forward/capt (Olympics-4th-88, 96)

1964-08-15

Jeff Huson, Field of Dreams: Passing Along the Pastime

1964-10-01

Marcia Pankratz, Wakefield Mass, field hockey forward (Oly-88, 96)

1964-10-29

Jackie Pereira, Perth Australia, field hockey center/forward (Oly-96)

1964-12-25

Igor Terekhov, Wild Field

1964-12-30

Caroline Goodwyn, Love Field

1965-02-05

Arabella Field, Godzilla

1965-12-24

Nancy Reno, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1965-9-10

Andrey Bondarenko, Wild Field

1966-08-26

Jacques Brinkman, Dutch field hockey player

1966-09-25

Elizabeth "Liz" Tchou, Medford NJ, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)

1966-11-01

Paul Lewis, Australian field hockey forward (Olympics-silver-92, 96)

1966-11-03

Tracey Fuchs, Centereach NY, field hockey midfielder (Olympics-88, 96)

1967-04-11

Lachlan Dreher, Australian field hockey goal keeper (Oly-silv-92, 96)

1967-04-24

Pam[ela] Bustin, Somerset Mass, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)

1967-05-30

Rechelle Hawkes, Albany W Aust, field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1967-06-07

Yuriy Stepanov, Wild Field

1967-08-31

Diane Madl, Mountain Top PA, field hockey forward/midfielder (Oly-96)

1967-10-16

Michael York, Australian field hockey fullback (Oly-silver-92, 96)

1967-11-05

Steve Wagner, Phila, field hockey goalkeeper (Olympics-96)

1968-03-05

Marq Mellor, Long Island NY, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1968-04-22

Stephen J. Brown, The Snow Field

1968-04-26

Ahmed Elmaghraby, Suez Egypt, US field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1968-05-29

Vince Tomak, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1968-08-07

Leslie Lyness, Paoli PA, field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1968-08-09

Jay Stacy, Aust field hockey midfielder (Oly-4th/silver-88, 92, 96)

1968-10-27

Antoinette Lucas, Crozier VA, field hockey midfielder (Oly-96)

1968-11-23

John O'Neill, Detroit, US field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1969-01-02

Stephen Davies, Aust field hockey forward/vice capt (Oly-sil-92, 96)

1969-05-31

Juliet Haslam, Adelaide SA Australia, field hockey midfielder (Oly-96)

1969-06-07

Lachlan Elmer, Australian field hockey halfback (Oly-silver-92, 96)

1969-06-08

Laurel Martin, Hummelstown PA, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1969-06-21

Jeanne Marie Spicuzza, Field Day

1969-07-24

Steve Jennings, Wash DC, field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1969-07-25

Andrea Wieland, Atlanta GA, field hockey goaltender (Olympics-96)

1969-08-27

Steven Van Randwijck, Wash DC, field hockey player (Olympics-96)

1969-10-12

Alison Peek, Australia, field hockey halfback/midfielder (Olympics-96)

1969-11-01

Jill Reeve, Hoosick Falls NY, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)

1970-01-20

Cherie Tomak, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1970-02-26

Ben Maruquin, Ventura California, field hockey sweeper (Olympics-96)

1970-03-16

Kelli James, Medford NJ, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1970-03-31

Stuart Carruthers, Australian field hockey fullback (Olympics-96)

1970-05-01

Damon Diletti, Australian field hockey goal keeper (Oly-silver-92, 96)

1970-05-25

Danni Roche, Melbourne VIC Australia, field hockey midfielder (Oly-96)

1970-06-19

Claire Mitchell-Taverner, Australian field hockey midfielder (Oly-96)

1970-07-08

Lisa Powell, Sydney NSW Australia, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1970-07-24

Philip Sykes, Tacoma Wash, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)

1970-10-03

Justine Sowry, Australian field hockey goalie (Olympics-96)

1970-10-26

Tom Vano, Plainfield NJ, field hockey goalkeeper (Olympics-96)

1970-11-05

Amanda Field, In the Bathtub of the World

1970-11-07

Kris[ten] Fillat, San Diego California, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1970-12-01

Tabbetha Foxx, Playing the Field

1970-9-30

James Field, The Tuskegee Airmen

1971-01-16

Scott Williams, Orange California, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)

1971-02-25

Nova Peris, Darwin Australia, field hockey left halfback (Olympics-96)

1971-04-20

Grant Smith, Australian field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1971-06-26

Paul M. Field, Video Bandits

1971-07-11

Aleksey Aygi, Wild Field

1971-09-18

Kate Starre, Armadale Australia, field hockey utility (Olympics-96)

1971-11-19

Michelle Andrews, Newcastle NSW Aust, field hockey striker (Oly-96)

1971-12-20

Vardis Marinakis, Black Field

1972-02-24

Larry Amar, Camarillo California, field hockey midfielder/captain (Oly-96)

1972-03-14

Clover Maitland, Australian field hockey goal keeper (Olympics-96)

1972-03-15

Steve Danielson, Honolulu, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)

1972-04-08

Katrina Powell, Canberra Australia, field hockey striker (Olympics-96)

1972-05-30

Renita Farrell, Townsville Qld Aust, field hockey midfielder (Oly-96)

1972-09-01

Louise Dobson, Shepparton Aust, field hockey fullback (Olympics-96)

1972-09-20

Jenny Morris, Maryborough Australia, field hockey fullback (Oly-96)

1972-10-19

Otto Steffers, Louisville KY, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)

1972-12-06

Brendan Garard, Australian field hockey halfback (Olympics-96)

1972-9-30

Jamal Anderson, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1973-02-16

Ken Field, Blackout

1973-02-22

Kate Sage, Australian field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1973-05-14

Jonathan Anthony Field, Vendetta: A Christmas Story

1973-06-21

Alyson Annan, Sydney NSW Aust, field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1973-11-20

Matthew Smith, Australian field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1973-12-14

Eelco Wassenaar, Neth, US field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1974-01-25

Daniel Sproule, Australian field hockey halfback (Olympics-96)

1974-02-28

Katie Allen, Australian field hockey full back/half back (Olympics-96)

1974-04-23

Fraser Brown, Field Punishment No.1

1974-06-22

Mark Wetges, Walnut Creek California, field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1974-09-26

Katie Kauffman, West Lawn Pa, field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1974-10-01

Jason Paul Field, Help Me

1975-02-26

Cindy Werley, Allentown PA, field hockey forward/midfielder (Oly-96)

1975-03-04

Myrna Veenstra, Dutch field hockey player

1975-03-23

Tsukasa Saitoh, King's Field IV

1975-05-15

Ray Lewis, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout

1975-05-29

Bianca Langham, Australian field hockey fullback/halfback (Olympic-96)

1975-07-14

Amy Acuff, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1975-08-12

Paul Gaudoin, Australian field hockey halfback (Olympics-96)

1975-10-01

Joe Farrell, Ferrell Takes the Field

1975-10-12

Marion Jones, Los Angeles, California, track and field athlete/drug cheat (5 forfeited Olympic medals)

1976-02-27

Tony Gonzalez, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout

1976-03-04

Thierry Renaer, Belgian field hockey player

1976-04-14

Baedon Choppy, Australian field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1976-05-07

Nicholas Butcher, LA Ca, field hockey midfielder/forward (Olympics-96)

1976-07-06

Nikki Mott, Australian field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1977-06-10

J.K. Rogers, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1977-08-24

Renaya Field, Blackout

1977-9-18

Andrea Leon, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1979-01-30

Karen Smith, Australian field hockey midfielder/halfback (Olympics-96)

1979-02-20

Jim Field Smith, She's Out of My League

1979-05-17

Ayda Field, Austenland

1980-01-11

Earl Roesel, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1980-07-05

Tyson Downey, The Field Is White

1980-08-22

Nicolas Macrozonaris, French-Canadian track-and-field athlete

1980-9-14

Piper Austin, Field of Schemes 5

1981-03-08

Matthew Field, The Making of 'The Italian Job'

1981-04-26

Oleg Dolin, Wild Field

1981-05-13

Shaun Phillips, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout

1981-06-23

Adam Ohren, The Man from Left Field

1981-07-19

Juliana Jolene, Field of Schemes 8

1981-08-24

Becky Redetzke Field, Almelund

1981-9-17

Byron Field, Episode #1.65

1982-01-08

Gaby Hoffman, actress (Field of Dreams, Uncle Buck, Now & Then)

1982-01-08

Gaby Hoffmann, Field of Dreams

1982-04-05

Garrett Fletcher, Field of Screams

1982-08-05

LoLo Jones, American track and field athlete

1983-04-25

Sean Dunne, The Man from Left Field

1984-02-29

Adam Sinclair, Indian field hockey player

1984-04-15

Antonio Cromartie, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout

1984-05-25

Shawne Merriman, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout

1984-10-03

Justin Castillo, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout

1984-12-24

Dan Newburn, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1985-04-21

Jamar Shipman, Ring of Honor: Field of Honor '15

1985-05-06

Steve Smith, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout

1985-06-15

Laura Buckingham, Mind Field: One Country One Culture

1986-01-20

Morgan Ramsay, Field Commander

1986-03-20

Bryan Smith, Abel's Field

1988-04-16

Katy Johnson Evans, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1989-04-29

Terry Moore, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1989-07-26

Liam Field, Doctor Who: Victimsight

1989-11-10

Matthew L. Fisher, Field of Honor

1990-04-08

April Rose Rowbury, The Field Is White

1990-05-30

Jimmy Evans, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1990-12-19

Kelin Field, Revelation Trail

1991-02-07

Rachel Sibner, Field Trips, Permission Slips, Signs and Weasels: Part One

1991-09-21

Jordan Hasay, American track and field athlete

1992-10-23

Shaan Sagoo, In the Field

1992-11-17

Vítor Jardim, Survive in the Field

1994-03-22

Michelle Field, Maro

1994-10-21

Nathan Field, Blackout

1996-04-28

Samantha Ford, Ten Men on the Field

1997-07-22

Field Cate, American actor

1997-07-22

Field Cate, Santa Buddies

1999-08-07

Megan Helin, Field Agent Cupid

Field - Notable Weddings

Margaret MeadSep 3, 1923

Bernard Law MontgomeryJul 27, 1927

Marion JonesFeb 24, 2007

Robbie WilliamsAug 7, 2010

Field - Weddings
Date Event
1923-09-03

Cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead (21) weds field archaeologist Luther Cressman (25)

1927-07-27

British Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery (39) weds Elizabeth Carver in Chiswick, England

2006-03-31

2006 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Jana Pittman (23) weds track and field athlete Chris Rawlinson (33) at Morning Star Estate on Mornington Peninsula in Australia

2007-02-24

Former world champion track and field athlete Marion Jones (31) weds Olympic bronze medalist Obadele Thompson (30) at the Union Hill African Methodist Episcopal Church in Wilson's Mills, North Carolina

2010-08-07

British pop star Robbie Williams (36) weds actress Ayda Field (31) in an intimate ceremony at Beverly Hills mansion

Field - Notable Deaths

StilichoAug 22, 408

Erwin RommelOct 14, 1944

Bernard Law MontgomeryMar 24, 1976

Field - Deaths
Date Event
408-08-22

Flavius Stilicho, West Roman field leader (395-408), executed at 48

1632-11-17

Gottfried Heinrich Graf zu Pappenheim, Bavarian field marshal (b. 1594)

1634-06-22

Johann von Aldringen, Austrian field marshal (b. 1588)

1655-09-03

Jan W van Brederode, Dutch governor/field marshal, dies at 56

1656-08-11

Prince Octavio Piccolomini, Duke of Amalfi, Austrian field marshal (b. 1599)

1657-09-07

Arvid Wittenberg, Swedish count, field marshal and privy councilor (b. 1606)

1701-01-04

Ernst R Tarhemberg, Austria, field marshal, dies at 62

1706-03-01

Heino Heinrich Graf von Flemming, German field marshal and Governor of Berlin (b. 1632)

1718-02-23

Francois Fagel, Dutch field marshal/mayor of Nimegen, dies at 63

1744-01-26

Ludwig Andreas Graf Khevenhüller, Austrian field marshal (b. 1683)

1747-04-07

Leopold I, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, Prussian field marshal (b. 1676)

1748-02-18

Otto Ferdinand von Abensberg und Traun, Austrian field marshal (b. 1677)

1750-01-16

Ivan Trubetskoy, Russian field marshall (b. 1667)

1751-04-19

Peter Lacy, Irish-born Russian Field marshal (b. 1678)

1757-05-06

Maximilian Ulysses Count Browne, Austrian field marshal (b. 1705)

1757-05-06

Kurt Christoph Graf von Schwerin, Prussian field marshal (b. 1684)

1758-10-12

Richard Molesworth, 3rd Viscount Molesworth, British field marshal (b. 1680)

1758-10-14

Francis Edward James Keith, Scottish soldier and Prussian field marshal (b. 1696)

1766-02-05

Leopold Josef Graf Daun, Austrian field marshal (b. 1705)

1774-07-14

James O'Hara, 2nd Baron Tyrawley and Kilmaine, British field marshal (b. 1682)

1790-07-14

Ernst Gideon Freiherr von Laudon, Austrian field marshal (b. 1717)

1796-07-16

George Howard, British field marshal (b. 1718)

1797-05-25

John Griffin Whitwell, 4th Baron Howard de Walden, British field marshal (b. 1719)

1798-07-21

François Sebastien Charles Joseph de Croix, Count of Clerfayt, Austrian field marshal (b. 1733)

1801-11-24

Franz Moritz Graf von Lacy, Austrian field marshal (b. 1725)

1806-05-24

John Campbell, 5th Duke of Argyll, British field marshal (b. 1723)

1807-09-14

George Townshend, 1st Marquess Townshend, British field marshal (b. 1724)

1809-08-12

Mikhail Kamensky, Russian field marshal (b. 1738)

1813-04-28

Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov, Russian field marshal (b. 1745)

1820-10-15

Karl Philipp Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, Austrian field marshal (b. 1771)

1831-06-10

Hans Karl von Diebitsch, Russian field marshal (b. 1785)

1837-01-11

John Field, Irish pianist/composer (Nocturnes), dies at 54

1837-01-23

John Field, composer, dies at 54

1837-01-23

John Field, Wives and Daughters

1848-02-15

Hermann von Boyen, Prussian field marshal (b. 1771)

1851-01-10

Karl Freiherr von Müffling, Prussian field marshal (b. 1775)

1854-11-18

Edward Forbes, English Naturalist and pioneer in the field of biogeography, dies of an illness at 39

1858-01-05

Johann JWAFK Radetzky von Radetz, Austr earl/field marshal, dies at 91

1864-08-07

Li Xiucheng, late Taiping's Field Marshal and soul person.(b. 1823)

1877-11-02

Friedrich Graf von Wrangel, Prussian field marshal (b. 1784)

1895-11-04

Eugene Field, Wynken, Blynken & Nod

1899-12-17

Frederick "Freddy" Roberts, son of Brit field marshal, dies in battle

1904-03-05

Alfred von Waldersee, Prussian field marshal/chief-staff, dies at 71

1904-03-05

Alfred von Waldersee, Field-Marshal Count von Waldersee

1906-01-16

Marshall Field, founder of Marshall Field and Company (b. 1834)

1913-01-04

Alfred von Schlieffen, Prussian general-field marshal, dies at 79

1913-08-31

Tim Sullivan, Actors' Fund Field Day

1920-05-23

Svetozar Boroević, Austrian field marshal (b. 1856)

1922-06-22

Henry H Wilson, Field Marshal, murdered in London

1925-03-09

George Field, Blood and Sand

1925-05-22

John [Denton Pinkstone] French, Brit field marshall (WWI), dies at 72

1925-06-26

Richard Field Carroll, Reclaimed: The Struggle for a Soul Between Love and Hate

1925-08-25

Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf, Austro-Hungarian field marshal (b. 1852)

1926-11-03

Annie Oakley, Actors' Fund Field Day

1927-11-18

Emma Carus, Actors' Fund Field Day

1928-01-29

Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig/field marshal (WW I), dies at 66

1936-06-14

Marc Klaw, Lime Kiln Club Field Day

1936-09-20

Salisbury Field, Zander the Great

1942-01-17

Walther von Reichenau, German field marshal (b. 1884)

1942-03-15

Rachel Field, All This, and Heaven Too

1944-08-19

Gunther von Kluge, German field marshal, commits suicide, dies at 62

1944-10-14

Erwin Rommel, German Field Marshal (WW II-Africa), suicide at 52

1945-08-10

Field Norton, Citizen Kane

1950-02-03

Sid Field, London Town

1950-10-05

Dudley Field Malone, Mission to Moscow

1952-08-16

Lydia Field Emmet, American painter (b. 1866)

1953-01-24

[Karl R] Gerd von Rundstedt, gen-field marshal (Normandy), dies at 77

1953-02-24

Karl R G von Rundstedt, Germ gen-field marshal (Ardennes), dies at 77

1955-05-11

G L Jessop, cricketer (match-winning batsman, brilliant field), dies

1956-09-11

Norman Field, The Twonky

1957-02-01

Friedrich von Paulus, German field marshall (Stalingrad), dies at 66

1962-07-06

Archduke Joseph August of Austria, Austrian field marshal (b. 1872)

1963-12-08

Field Marshal Sarit Dhanarajata, Prime Minister of Thailand (b. 1908)

1969-06-16

Harold RLG 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis, Brit field marshal, dies at 78

1971-08-17

Wilhelm List, German field marshal (b. 1880)

1972-01-25

Erhard Milch, German field marshal (b. 1892)

1973-07-02

Ferdinand Schörner, German field marshal (b. 1892)

1973-09-13

Betty Field, actress (Kings Row), dies of cerebral hemorrhage at 60

1976-02-01

Werner C Heisenberg, physicist (Nobel 1932, field theory), dies at 74

1976-03-24

Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Alamein, British Field Marshal, Alton, Hampshire

1976-06-05

Walter Field, entertainer, dies at 101

1976-12-14

Joe Popkin, Lilies of the Field

1977-04-27

Stanley Adams, actor (Lillies of the Field, Thunder Alley), dies at 61

1979-12-03

Dhyan Chand, Indian field hockey player (b. 1905)

1983-07-17

Jozef Belan, Field Lilies

1984-02-03

Anne Townsend, lacrosse/tennis/field hockey star, dies

1985-02-27

David Huffman, actor (FIST, Jane Doe, Firefox, Onion Field), dies

1986-09-14

William E. Barrett, Lilies of the Field

1987-04-04

Le Tari, The Onion Field

1987-12-21

Ralph Nelson, Lilies of the Field

1988-05-16

Pat O'Hara, A Field of Honor

1989-01-21

Field Marshal Lord Harding, The Desert: North Africa - 1940-1943

1990-01-07

Eamon Keane, The Field

1990-05-21

Franklyn Seales, actor (Silver Spoon, Onion Field), dies of AIDS at 37

1990-09-20

Vincent Caristi, The Onion Field

1991-05-11

Filip J Field, dies at 67

1992-01-02

Virginia Field, actress (Dream Girl), dies of cancer at 74

1992-01-02

Virginia Field, Waterloo Bridge

1992-01-31

Wim van Heumen, field hockey coach (Netherlands), dies at 63

1994-01-26

Aleksey Samoryadov, Wild Field

1994-05-04

Karl Francis Hettinger, onion Field survivor, dies at 59

1995-12-05

Stanley K Runcorn, British Geophysicist (reversals of earth's magnetic field), dies at 73

1996-02-28

Daniel Chipenda, Angolan politician and field commander, dies at 64

1996-04-04

Winifred Shotter, Lilies of the Field

1996-04-13

Lisabeth Field, Ed's New Shoes

1996-06-12

Mary Field, Song of the South

1996-11-24

Howard Sherf, Field of Dreams

1997-07-02

Vladimír Kostovic, Field Lilies

1997-08-28

Walt Logan Field, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

1997-08-28

Logan Field, Blacula

1998-02-24

Elinor Field, The Jungle Goddess

1998-07-31

Sylvia Field, Search for Tomorrow

1998-08-17

Wladyslaw Komar, Polish track and field athlete (b. 1940)

1998-08-17

Tadeusz Slusarski, Polish track and field athlete (b. 1950)

1999-12-24

Bill Bowerman, American track and field coach

2000-02-01

Frederick Vanderbilt Field, Marilyn Monroe: Murder on Fifth Helena Drive

2000-02-12

Robert Winans, The Kid from Left Field

2000-10-29

Pyotr Lutsik, Wild Field

2001-02-23

Hermann H. Field, Angry Harvest

2002-05-23

Roy Field, Superman

2002-05-30

John B. Keane, The Field

2003-05-16

Mark McCormack, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

2003-07-25

Phillip Halpin, The Onion Field

2004-08-07

Red Adair, American oil field firefighter (b. 1915)

2005-02-07

George Garner, The Kid from Left Field

2006-01-02

Marián Filadelfi, Field Lilies

2006-01-05

Rod Dedeaux, Field of Dreams

2006-06-26

Lotar Radványi, Field Lilies

2006-08-24

Gene Thompson, The Kid from Left Field

2006-12-27

James Andelin, Field of Dreams

2007-02-28

Arthur Schlesinger Jr., Noel Field - Der erfundene Spion

2007-06-22

Erik Parlevliet, Dutch field hockey player (b. 1964)

2008-06-27

Sam Manekshaw, Indian Field Marshal (b. 1914)

2008-08-03

Linda Field, The People Under the Stairs

2009-10-12

Mikheil Kalatozishvili, Wild Field

2010-03-03

Yuriy Stepanov, Wild Field

2010-03-06

Roger Gicquel, Happiness Is in the Field

2010-08-18

Scott Davis, American Announcer of Track and Field (b.1943)

2010-12-04

Ivan Krivosudsky, Field Lilies

2011-10-23

John McCarthy, American computer scientist and pioneer in the field of Artificial Intelligence, inventor of the Lisp programming language.(b. 1927)

2011-11-06

Margaret Field, The Man from Planet X

2012-07-22

Fern Persons, Field of Dreams

2012-09-13

Gustave Field, The Winning Smile

2013-11-17

Syd Field, Spree

2015-11-21

Namibian cricketer Raymond van Schoor dies, aged 25, five days after on-field collapse due to stroke

2016-09-18

Field of Dreams novelist WP Kinsella dies, aged 81.


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