History Hop Tags - Orleans

Orleans - Notable Historical Events

Joan of ArcApr 29, 1429

FarragutApr 25, 1862

Winston ChurchillJun 11, 1940

Pete MaravichFeb 25, 1977

Joe MontanaJan 28, 1990

Tom BradyFeb 3, 2002

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Orleans - Historical Events
Date Event
1429-04-29

Joan of Arc arrives at the seige of Orleans

1429-05-07

English siege of Orleans broken by Joan of Arc and the French army

1561-01-28

By Edict of Orleans persecution of French Huguenots is suspended

1652-01-24

Duke of Orleans joins Fronde rebels

1718-05-07

The city of New Orleans was founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville .

1718-08-25

Hundreds of French colonists arrive in Louisiana; New Orleans, founded

1729-03-15

Sister St Stanislas Hachard, 1st American nun, takes her vows, N Orleans

1778-04-01

New Orleans businessman Oliver Pollock creates "$" symbol

1788-03-21

Fire destroys 856 buildings in New Orleans Louisiana

1801-04-11

Johann von Schiller's "Die Jungfrau von Orleans" premieres in Leipzig

1803-01-11

Monroe & Livingston sail for Paris to buy New Orleans; they buy La

1803-12-20

French flag lowered in New Orleans to mark formal transfer of Louisiana Purchase from France to US for $27M

1804-03-26

Territory of Orleans organizes in Louisiana Purchase

1811-10-29

1st Ohio River steamboat leaves Pittsburgh for New Orleans

1812-01-12

1st cargo arrives in New Orleans by steam, from Natchez

1814-12-27

Destruction of schooner Carolina, the last of Commodore Daniel Patterson's make-shift fleet that fought a series of delaying actions that contributed to Andrew Jackson's victory at the Battle of New Orleans.

1815-01-08

Battle of New Orleans (War of 1812); the war had ended on 24th December 1814 but none of the combatants knew

1816-10-07

1st double decked steamboat, Washington, arrives in New Orleans

1827-02-27

1st Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans

1830-01-13

Great fire in New Orleans thought to be set by rebel slaves

1835-03-03

Congress authorizes a US mint at New Orleans Louisiana

1835-06-19

New Orleans gives US government Jackson Square to be used as a mint

1838-03-08

US mint in New Orleans begins operation (producing dimes)

1855-02-14

Texas is linked by telegraph to the rest of the United States, with the completion of a connection between New Orleans and Marshall, Texas.

1858-03-02

Frederick Cook, New Orleans, patents a cotton-bale metallic tie

1861-01-31

State of Louisiana takes over US Mint at New Orleans (U.S Civil War)

1861-03-31

Confederacy takes over mint at New Orleans (US Civil War)

1861-05-26

Union blockades New Orleans LA & Mobile AL

1861-05-31

Mint at New Orleans closes

1862-04-25

Capture of New Orleans LA by the Union under Flag Officer Farragut

1862-04-29

New Orleans fell to Union forces during US Civil War

1862-05-01

Major General Benjamin Butler's Union forces occupy New Orleans in US Civil War

1862-05-15

Major Gen Benjamin F Butler issues order (New Orleans) that confederate women abusing union soldiers be treated as whores

1862-06-07

Gen B Butler orders William Mumford hanged after he removed & destroyed US flag on display over New Orleans Mint

1864-10-04

New Orleans Tribune, 1st black daily newspaper, forms

1866-07-30

New Orleans's Democratic government orders police to raid an integrated Republican Party meeting, killing 40 people and injuring 150.

1867-05-07

Blacks stage ride-in to protest segregation in New Orleans

1868-09-22

Race riots in New Orleans La

1869-06-10

'Agnes'arrives in New Orleans with 1st ever shipment of frozen beef

1872-04-10

1st National black convention meets in New Orleans

1876-10-23

New Orleans Mint reopens as an assay office

1877-04-24

Last federal occupying troops withdraw from south (New Orleans)

1878-07-12

Fever epidemic in New Orleans begin, it will kill 4,500

1895-02-15

23 cm (9 inches) of snow falls on New Orleans

1899-02-13

-1°F (-18°C) New Orleans, La

1900-07-24

Race riot in New Orleans, 2 white policemen killed

1903-12-30

American Political Science Association founded at New Orleans

1918-07-21

U-156 shells Nauset Beach, in Orleans, Massachusetts.

1919-10-27

Axeman of New Orleans claims last victim

1922-03-30

WWL-AM in New Orleans LA begins radio transmissions

1925-09-13

1st US University for Blacks, Xavier University, opens in New Orleans

1929-01-12

Seatrain (RR cars on ships) service begins, New Orleans-Havana

1930-02-04

1st tieless, soundless, shockless streetcar tracks, New Orleans

1930-12-29

Fred P Newton completes longest swim ever (1826 miles), when he swam in the Mississippi River from Ford Dam, Minn, to New Orleans

1933-06-21

1st Great Lakes-to-Gulf of Mexico barge trip completed, New Orleans

1940-06-11

British Premier Winston Churchill flies to Orleans

1942-06-30

US Mint in New Orleans ceases operation

1944-08-15

US 12 Army corp enters Le Mans through Orleans

1944-08-17

US 12 Army Corps occupies Orleans

1948-12-18

WDSU TV channel 6 in New Orleans, LA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1952-03-30

Patty Berg wins LPGA New Orleans Women's Golf Open

1953-03-29

Patty Berg wins LPGA New Orleans Women's Golf Open

1954-04-11

Marlene Bauer wins LPGA New Orleans Golf Open

1957-02-13

Southern Christian Leadership Conference organizes in New Orleans

1957-04-01

WYES TV channel 12 in New Orleans, LA (PBS) begins broadcasting

1957-09-07

WWL TV channel 4 in New Orleans, LA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1959-02-01

WVUE TV channel 8 in New Orleans, LA (ABC) begins broadcasting

1960-11-14

Riot due to school integration in New Orleans

1962-04-20

New Orleans Citizens Co gives free 1-way ride to blacks to move North

1965-10-02

Pope Paul VI named MR Perey bishop's helper of New Orleans

1966-11-01

NFL awards New Orleans its 16th franchise (All Saints Day)

1967-01-09

NFL New Orleans' franchise takes name "Saints"

1967-01-27

New Orleans Saints sign their 1st player (Paige Cothren-kicker)

1967-03-08

New Orleans Saints begin selling season tickets (20,000 sold 1st day)

1967-08-02

New Orleans Saints 1st pre-season game, they lose to LA Rams 16-77

1967-08-12

New Orleans Saints 1st pre-season victory, beat St Louis 23-14

1967-09-17

New Orleans Saints 1st NFL game, they lose to LA Rams 27-13

1967-10-16

WGNO TV channel 26 in New Orleans, LA (ABC) begins broadcasting

1967-11-05

New Orleans Saints 1st NFL victory, beat Philadelphia Eagles 31-24

1969-08-31

25,000 attend New Orleans Pop Festival

1969-10-05

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

1969-11-02

NFL record of 12 passing touchdowns, New Orleans Billy Kilmer & St L Charlie Johnson pass for 6 touchdowns each

1970-01-11

Super Bowl IV: KC Chiefs beat Minnesota Vikings, 23-7 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Len Dawson, Kansas City, QB

1970-11-08

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

1972-01-16

Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys-24, Miami-3 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Roger Staubach, Dallas, QB

1973-11-04

New Orleans Saints 1st shutout victory, 13-0 vs Buffalo Bills

1974-10-17

NBA New Orleans Jazz begin a 28 game road losing streak

1975-01-12

Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh Steelers beat Minnesota Vikings, 16-6 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, RB

1975-02-07

NBA New Orleans Jazz end a 28 game road losing streak

1977-02-25

New Orleans' Pete Maravich sets NBA record for a guard with 68 pts

1977-11-12

New Orleans elects 1st black mayor, Ernest "Dutch" Morial

1978-01-15

Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys beat Denver Broncos, 27-10 in N Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Harvey Martin, Dallas, DE & Randy White, Dallas, DT

1978-05-01

1st black mayor of New Orleans (Ernest Morial) inaugurated

1980-12-14

New Orleans Saints end 14 game losing streak, beat NY Jets 21-20

1981-01-22

O A "Bum" Phillips becomes head coach of New Orleans Saints

1981-01-25

Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders beat Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Jim Plunkett, Oakland, QB

1982-09-19

New Orleans Saints 1st road shutout victory beating Chic Bears 10-0

1983-09-18

New Orleans Saints 1st OT victory; beating Chic Bears 34-31

1984-05-12

World of Rivers world exposition opens in New Orleans

1985-05-31

New Orleans Saints are sold for $70,204,000

1986-01-26

Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears beat NE Patriots, 46-10 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Richard Dent, Chicago, DE

1986-09-21

New Orleans Saints Mel Gray returns kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown

1987-11-01

New Orleans Saints shutout Atlanta Falcons 38-0

1987-11-29

New Orleans Saints win, assuring their 1st winning NFL season

1988-08-18

Republican Convention in New Orleans select Bush-Quayle ticket

1990-01-28

Super Bowl XXIV: SF 49ers beat Denver Broncos, 55-10 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Joe Montana, San Francisco, QB

1997-01-20

Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in New Orleans LA on KKND 106.7 FM

1997-01-26

Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay Packers beat NE Patriots, 35-21 in New Orleans

2002-02-03

Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots beat St. Louis Rams, 20-17 at the Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans MVP: Tom Brady, New England, QB

2005-09-12

The bodies of more than 40 patients discovered in a flooded hospital in New Orleans.

2010-02-07

Super Bowl XLIV; New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 to win their first super bowl.

2017-02-26

Drunken driver injures 28 at New Orleans Mardi Gras parade

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Orleans - Notable Birthdays

Louis ArmstrongAug 4, 1901

Mahalia JacksonOct 26, 1911

Truman CapoteSep 30, 1924

Lee Harvey OswaldOct 18, 1939

Anne RiceOct 4, 1941

Harry Connick JrSep 11, 1967

Peyton ManningMar 24, 1976

Orleans - Birthdays
Date Event
1608-04-25

Jean BG duke of Orleans, brother of French King Louis XIII/general

1627-05-29

Anne ML of Orleans, duchess of Montpensier (Grand Mademoiselle)

1652-05-27

Elisabeth C "Liselotte" van de Palts, German/French duchess of Orleans

1662-04-26

Maria Luisa of Orleans, queen consort of Spain (d. 1689)

1814-10-25

Louis CPR van Orleans, French duke of Nemours

1837-06-22

Paul Morphy, New Orleans, greatest chess player of all time (1857-61)

1842-04-28

Louis PMFG of Orleans, earl of Brazil (1870-89)

1860-06-24

Mercedes of Orleans, queen of Spain (d. 1878)

1865-12-19

Minnie Maddern Fiske, New Orleans La, actress (Henrik Ibsen's plays)

1868-04-25

John Bevins Moisant, pioneer aviator, first to cross English Channel with passenger and a cat, killed in New Orleans whose present day airport was originally name for him. (D. 1910)

1886-12-25

Papa Mutt Carey, New Orleans

1890-01-05

Cora Witherspoon, New Orleans LA, actress (Bank Dick), dies

1890-10-20

Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton, New Orleans, jazz pianist/composer

1891-02-03

Elliot Paul, New Orleans

1897-10-11

Russell Collins, New Orleans LA

1898-08-08

Paul Belmondo, French sculptor (Bathing Woman, Orleans)

1901-08-04

Louis Armstrong, New Orleans Louisiana, jazz trumpeter (Hello Dolly), (d. 1971)

1905-01-13

Percy Humphrey, New Orleans, Louisiana, jazz trumpet player and bandleader

1906-07-17

John Carroll, [Julian LaFaye], New Orleans LA, actor (Wolf Call)

1907-01-01

Manfred Inger, Napoleon in New Orleans

1907-12-03

Connee Boswell, New Orleans La, singer (Pete Kelly's Blue)

1908-08-30

Willie Bryant, New Orleans La, singer (Sugar Hill Times)

1908-9-14

Charlie Beal, New Orleans

1909-02-03

Will Orleans, The Vanisher

1910-12-07

Louis Prima, New Orleans Luisiana, American musician (That Old Black Magic)

1911-10-26

Mahalia Jackson, New Orleans, gospel singer (Whole World in his Hands)

1912-06-14

Lynn Pressman-Raymond, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

1913-02-12

Pedro Gastao de Orleans e Braganca, grandson of emperor Pedro I

1914-09-03

Kitty Carlisle Hart, New Orleans La, actress (Animal Crackers)

1914-12-02

Ray Walston, New Orleans LA, actor (My Favorite Martian, Damn Yankees)

1914-12-10

Dorothy Lamour, [Mary Kaumeyer], New Orleans, actress and singer (Road to Bali)

1918-04-14

Mary Healy, New Orleans, actress (2nd Fiddle, He Married his Wife)

1918-07-26

Stacy Harris, New Orleans After Dark

1918-12-19

'Professor Longhair' Henry Roeland Byrd, Bogalusa, Louisiana, New Orleans blues singer and pianist

1920-07-17

Bill Monroe, New Orleans La, newscaster (NBC-TV, Congressional Report)

1921-01-31

Mario Lanza, Phila, actor/singer (Great Caruso, Toast of New Orleans)

1922-02-25

Lauren Swinney, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

1922-06-13

Mel Parnell [Melvin], New Orleans, Louisiana, Major League Baseball pitcher (Boston Red Socks, 1947-56), (d. 2012)

1922-11-07

Al Hirt, New Orleans LA, jazz trumpeter (Greatest Horn in the World)

1924-09-30

Truman Capote, New Orleans Louisiana, American author (In Cold Blood)

1924-12-24

[Irving] Lee Dorsey, New Orleans, vocalist (Working in the Coal Mines)

1925-01-15

Haide Lorenz, Napoleon in New Orleans

1925-06-16

Faith Domergue, New Orleans, actress (House of 7 Corpses)

1925-09-10

Roy James Brown, New Orleans, boxer/soul singer (Good Rockin' Tonight)

1926-01-21

Paul Burke, New Orleans La, actor (Neal-Dynasty) [or Jul 21]

1926-03-30

Werner Torkanowsky, Berlin Germany, conductor (New Orleans Symph)

1926-05-06

Marguerite Piazza, New Orleans LA, operatic soprano (Young Broadway), (d. 2012)

1926-07-21

Paul Burke, New Orleans, actor (Thomas Crown Affair) [or Jan 21]

1926-11-25

Jeffrey Hunter, New Orleans, Louisiana, American actor (Star Trek Cage, The Searchers)

1927-02-05

Val Dufour, New Orleans LA, actor (Eugenie Grandet, Another World)

1927-03-06

Norman Treigle, New Orleans Louisiana, bass-baritone

1928-12-21

Ed Nelson, New Orleans La, actor (Peyton Place, A Long Came a Spider)

1929-07-14

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

1930-07-03

Pete Fountain, New Orleans, jazz clarinetist (Lawrence Welk 1957-59)

1930-07-03

Pete Fountain, Down in New Orleans

1931-05-31

Shirley Verrett, New Orleans, mezzo-soprano (Cassandra-Les Troyens)

1934-02-07

Earl King [Solomon Johnson], New Orleans, Louisiana, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Come On)

1935-05-21

Terry Lightfoot, clarinetist/bandleader (New Orleans Jazzmen)

1935-10-14

Ralph Dupas, New Orleans Uncensored

1936-02-22

Ernie K-Doe [Ernest Kador Jr], New Orleans, Louisiana, African-American R&B singer (Mother-in-Law")

1936-11-08

King Hill, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

1937-02-01

Garrett Morris, New Orleans La, actor (SNL, Martin, Carwash)

1937-12-17

Art Neville, New Orleans LA, vocalist (Neville Brothers)

1939-05-07

Marco St John, New Orleans La, actor (Rayford-Ball Four)

1939-06-06

Gary "US" Bonds, [Anderson], Fla, singer/songwriter (New Orleans)

1939-10-18

Lee Harvey Oswald, New Orleans, Louisiana, assassin (JFK), (d. 1963)

1939-12-17

James Booker, New Orleans, R & B musician (Gonzo)

1940-07-13

Paul Prudhomme, Down in New Orleans

1940-11-21

Dr. John [Rebennack], New Orleans, Louisiana, American vocalist (I Was in Right Place)

1941-03-04

Pete Carmichael, Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints

1941-10-04

Anne Rice, New Orleans LA, author (Interview with a Vampire)

1941-12-25

Dave Parks, Kansas City Chiefs vs. New Orleans Saints

1942-04-25

Jon Kyl, Illegal and Thriving/New Orleans Is Sinking/U2

1942-11-22

Steve Caldwell, rocker (Orleans)

1943-02-09

James King, New Orleans LA, basketball player (Olympic-gold-1968)

1943-11-28

Randy Newman, New Orleans, vocalist (Short People, Love LA, Raindrops)

1944-03-13

George Rodrigue, New Orleans Story

1945-09-10

Tom Ligon, New Orleans, actor (Joyride)

1945-12-05

J W "Corkey" Fornof, New Orleans, stunt coordinator (Octopussy)

1945-9-15

Bob Davis, New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys

1946-01-06

Harold Jackson, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1946-9-18

Don Gagnon, New Orleans Project: Part 7

1947-07-10

Arlo Guthrie, Brooklyn, singer (Alice's Restaurant, City of New Orleans)

1947-11-25

John Larroquette, New Orleans LA, actor (Dan Fielding-Night Court)

1948-09-29

Bryant Gumbel, New Orleans La, sportscaster/TV host (Today Show)

1948-10-26

Marshall Colt, New Orleans La, actor (Eric-Lottery)

1948-12-30

Bob Pollard, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints

1949-01-16

Thad Allen, New Orleans Story

1949-06-13

Happy Feller, New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys

1949-11-17

Thomas Lionel Hill, New Orleans, 110m hurdler (Olympic-bronze-1972)

1950-04-16

John Hill, New York Jets vs. New Orleans Saints

1950-05-06

Joe Federspiel, Oakland Raiders vs. New Orleans Saints

1951-01-12

Larry Hoppens, rocker (Orleans-Still the One, Dance With Me)

1951-10-07

Derland Moore, New York Jets vs. New Orleans Saints

1952-07-14

Eric Laneuville, New Orleans La, actor (Larry-Room 222, St Elsewhere)

1953-03-04

Steve Sylvester, Oakland Raiders vs. New Orleans Saints

1953-05-20

Elois Grooms, New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers

1953-06-10

Fulton Kuykendall, Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints

1953-10-08

Whitney Paul, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

1953-11-19

Richard Todd, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints

1954-01-09

Lance Hoppens, rocker (Orleans-Still the One, Dance With Me)

1954-04-05

Christopher S Nelson, New Orleans LA, actor (Sons & Daughters)

1955-01-13

Dave Lafary, New York Jets vs. New Orleans Saints

1955-02-16

Guy Gallo, New Orleans LA, writer (Under the Volcano)

1955-02-28

Randy Jackson, New Orleans, guitarist (Zebra-Tell Me What You Want)

1955-03-29

Earl Campbell, NFL running back (Houston, New Orleans, 1977 Heisman)

1955-05-24

Derrick Gaffney, New York Jets vs. New Orleans Saints

1955-08-14

Guido Merkens, New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Raiders

1955-10-25

Dirt Winston, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

1956-03-07

Bob Glazebrook, Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints

1956-07-09

Larry Hardy, New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Raiders

1956-08-12

J.T. Taylor, Oakland Raiders vs. New Orleans Saints

1956-11-12

Rhonda Shear, New Orleans LA, comedian (Up All Night)

1956-11-25

Doug Smith, Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints

1956-9-13

Rufus Bess, Oakland Raiders vs. New Orleans Saints

1957-02-06

Jerry Marotta, rocker (Orleans-Love Takes Time)

1957-03-21

Sabrina Le Beauf, New Orleans La, actress (Sondra-Crosby Show)

1957-10-16

Sarah Sellers, Auditions No. 2: New Orleans

1957-9-21

Nina Rautio, The Maid of Orleans

1958-01-07

Donna Rice, New Orleans La, model/Gary Hart's lover

1958-01-26

Ellen DeGeneres, New Orleans LA, comediene (Ellen Morgan-Ellen)

1958-02-15

Irv Pankey, Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints

1958-03-12

Jim Wilks, San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints

1958-9-21

Ron Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints

1959-06-02

Hoby Brenner, Houston Oilers vs. New Orleans Saints

1959-06-03

Sam Mills, NFL linebacker (New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers), (d. 2005)

1959-08-29

Johnnie Poe, New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Raiders

1959-09-30

Kim Bauer, New Orleans LA, LPGA golfer (1993 Minn LPGA Classic-30th)

1959-9-06

Hokie Gajan, New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Raiders

1959-9-14

Frank Warren, San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints

1960-01-11

Paul Skansi, Seattle Seahawks vs. New Orleans Saints

1960-03-12

Reggie Brown, Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints

1960-04-09

John Patrick King, New Orleans Rising

1960-04-15

Marvin Clyde Goodwin, New Orleans La, murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)

1960-04-29

Tyrone Young, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints

1960-08-19

Bruce Bertrand, Bastard of Orleans, or Looking for Joan

1961-03-01

Mike Rozier, Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints

1961-05-03

David Vitter, New Orleans Story

1961-10-18

Wynton Marsalis, New Orleans La, jazz trumpeter (Grammy 1983)

1961-9-27

Terry Orr, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1962-03-24

Vaughan Johnson, New York Giants vs. New Orleans Saints

1962-06-22

Clyde "Glide" Drexler, New Orleans Louisiana, NBA Guard (Houston Rockets, Port Trailblazers)

1962-07-10

Joel Hilgenberg, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1962-07-29

Steve Pelluer, Dallas Cowboys vs. New Orleans Saints

1962-08-09

Louis Lipps, San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints

1963-06-14

Clarence Verdin, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1964-03-13

Will Clark, New Orleans, Louisiana, American MLB first baseman (San Francisco Giants)

1964-05-02

Kelly Michael Gibson, New Orleans LA, PGA golfer (1995 Bob Hope-7th)

1964-06-22

Mark Royals, NFL punter (New Orleans Saints, Detroit Lions)

1964-12-12

Haywood Jeffires, Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints

1964-9-09

Willie Broughton, San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints

1965-02-10

Lenny Webster, New Orleans LA, catcher (Montreal Expos)

1965-07-08

Scott Davis, Los Angeles Raiders vs. New Orleans Saints

1965-08-21

Jim Bullinger, New Orleans LA, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1965-10-02

Robert Goff, New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers

1965-10-26

Wayne Martin, New Orleans Saints vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

1965-11-25

Anthony Newman, NFL safety (New Orleans Saints)

1965-11-30

Mike Zandofsky, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1966-06-14

Ricky Siglar, NFL tackle (KC Chiefs, New Orleans Saints)

1966-07-14

D.J. Johnson, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1966-08-10

Gerald Williams, New Orleans LA, outfielder (NY Yankees)

1966-11-21

Jerry Fontenot, NFL center/guard (Chic Bears, New Orleans Saints)

1966-11-21

Jerry Fontenot, New York Giants vs. New Orleans Saints

1967-02-10

Dwayne White, New Orleans Saints vs. St. Louis Rams

1967-09-11

Harry Connick Jr, New Orleans Louisiana, singer (We Are in Love)

1967-10-10

Frank Wainright, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1967-12-12

Dave Szott, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1967-9-28

Jake Reed, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints

1968-01-29

Aeneas Williams, New Orleans Louisiana, NFL cornerback (Arizona Cardinals)

1968-12-18

Aaron Craver, New Orleans Saints vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

1968-12-20

Gary Desroche, Down in New Orleans

1969-02-17

Traci Adell, New Orleans La, playmate (July, 1994)

1969-06-19

Arianne Binnings, The Heart of New Orleans

1969-12-19

Michael Bates, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1970-01-14

Tyrone Hughes, NFL cornerback (New Orleans Saints, Chicago Bears)

1970-01-14

Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1970-02-04

Todd Peterson, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1970-02-17

Tim Mahoney, 311: Live in Concert, New Orleans - 3-11 Day 2004

1970-06-02

Andy McCollum, NFL center/guard (New Orleans Saints)

1970-11-24

Doug Brien, kicker (New Orleans Saints)

1970-9-07

Chad Sexton, 311: Live in Concert, New Orleans - 3-11 Day 2004

1970-9-17

Ashley Ambrose, Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

1971-02-19

Wally Williams, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1971-04-15

Derek Brown, San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints

1971-08-20

Brett Bech, wide receiver (New Orleans Saints)

1972-01-06

Shae Marks, New Orleans LA, playmate (May, 1994)

1972-02-05

Tony Johnson, tight end (New Orleans Saints)

1972-03-04

Robert Smith, 2010 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

1972-03-22

John Farquhar, tight end (New Orleans Saints)

1972-07-08

Jay Bellamy, Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

1972-12-17

Don Davis, linebacker (New Orleans Saints)

1972-9-04

Norman Hand, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1972-9-14

Donnell Bennett, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1973-01-16

Mario Bates, NFL-running back (New Orleans Saints)

1973-05-30

Je'Rod Cherry, safety (New Orleans Saints)

1973-06-05

Brady Smith, defensive end (New Orleans Saints)

1973-06-13

Kano Hills, tackle (New Orleans Saints)

1973-07-18

Tal Segev, After the Storm: New Orleans

1973-08-04

Alex Molden, cornerback (New Orleans Saints)

1973-08-18

Luke Fickell, defensive tackle (New Orleans Saints)

1973-9-26

Nicholas Payton, ... To Miss New Orleans

1974-04-24

Jared Tomich, defensive end (New Orleans Saints)

1974-04-29

Kevin Mathis, Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints

1974-05-27

Danny Wuerffel, NFL quarterback (New Orleans Saints)

1974-06-05

Aaron Wills, 311: Live in Concert, New Orleans - 3-11 Day 2004

1974-06-18

Keith Poole, wide receiver (New Orleans Saints)

1974-06-21

Rob Kelly, safety (New Orleans Saints)

1974-07-09

Omar Stoutmire, New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys

1974-11-04

Victor Riley, New York Giants vs. New Orleans Saints

1974-12-25

Chris Naeole, guard (New Orleans Saints)

1975-05-29

Matt Bryant, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1975-06-10

Kendyl Jacox, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints

1975-12-06

Mark Campbell, New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys

1975-12-16

Jerome Pathon, Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

1976-01-31

Brian Finneran, Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints

1976-02-13

Jason Craft, New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys

1976-03-24

Peyton Manning, New Orleans Louisiana, American football player

1976-04-26

Mike McKenzie, New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints

1976-06-17

Mike Peterson, Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints

1976-08-29

Kevin Kaesviharn, Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints

1977-01-19

Keith Newman, Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

1977-02-16

Todd McClure, Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints

1977-03-23

Sammy Morris, New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints

1977-04-24

Billy Miller, Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints

1977-08-17

Adalius Thomas, New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints

1977-9-21

Fakhir Brown, Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

1978-03-12

Terrelle Smith, St. Louis Rams vs. New Orleans Saints

1978-06-03

Matthew Dufour, Down in New Orleans

1978-11-01

David Thornton, Tennessee Titans vs. New Orleans Saints

1978-9-03

Charles Grant, New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints

1979-03-15

Justin Peelle, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1979-07-03

Courtney Irons, Top Cop 2005: New Orleans

1979-07-24

Mark Andrew Smith, Auditions No. 2: New Orleans

1979-10-05

Joe Lipari, New Orleans

1979-12-10

Kurt Tuffendsam, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

1979-9-15

Eric Johnson, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1980-06-17

Andee Pickens, New Orleans La, gymnast (alt-Olympics-96)

1980-10-31

Kristi Chalaire, Down in New Orleans

1981-03-30

Jammal Brown, Tennessee Titans vs. New Orleans Saints

1981-04-16

Orleans Miranda, Bedazzled

1981-9-09

Ryan Lough, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

1982-02-13

Michael Turner, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1982-03-12

Terrance Copper, Tennessee Titans vs. New Orleans Saints

1982-05-06

Erik Coleman, Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints

1982-06-14

Roger J. Timber, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

1982-07-13

Michael Koenen, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1983-01-27

Chauncey Davis, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1983-07-29

Jerious Norwood, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1983-11-14

Lamont Pierre, The Night Reign Fell to New Orleans

1983-12-31

Darren Hoffman, Tradition Is a Temple: The Modern Masters of New Orleans

1984-03-14

Ahmad Brooks, New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers

1985-10-13

Brian Hoyer, New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints

1986-02-06

Jamaal Anderson, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1989-05-16

Dwight Bentley, 2011 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

1989-06-22

Ryan Lindley, 2011 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

Orleans - Notable Weddings

John GoodmanOct 27, 1989

President ClintonNov 26, 1993

Harry Connick JrApr 16, 1994

Jamie Lynn SpearsMar 14, 2014

Orleans - Weddings
Date Event
1989-10-27

Actor John Goodman (37) weds Annabeth Hartzog (21) in New Orleans

1993-11-26

Political strategist for President Clinton's campaign and political commentator James Carville (49) weds Republican political pundit Mary Matalin (40) in New Orleans, Louisiana

1994-04-16

Singer Harry Connick Jr (26) weds model Jill Goodare (30) at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, Louisiana

2005-12-03

NBC correspondent Hoda Kotb (41) weds New Orleans tennis coach Burzis Kanga in the Dominican Republic

2006-04-22

"Save The Last Dance" actor Sean Patrick Thomas (35) weds "The Fantastic Four" actress Aonika Laurent in New Orleans

2010-07-17

Actress Khadijah Haqq (29) weds New Orleans Saints defensive end Bobby McCray (29) at Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles

2013-06-01

"How to Make It in America" actress Lake Bell (34) weds tattoo artist Scott Campbell at The Marigny Opera House in New Orleans, Louisiana

2014-03-14

Actress Jamie Lynn Spears (22) weds businessman Jamie Watson at the Audubon Tea Room in New Orleans, Louisiana

Orleans - Divorces
Date Event
2012-06-14

New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton (48) divorces Beth Shuey due to conflict of personalities after nearly 20 years of marriage

Orleans - Deaths
Date Event
524-06-21

Chlodomir, king of the France to Orleans (511-24), dies at about 28

1189-09-03

Jacob of Orleans, Rabbi, killed in anti Jewish riot in London England

1407-11-23

Louis, duke of Orleans, murdered

1660-02-02

Jean BG duke of Orleans, brother of French King Louis XIII, dies at 51

1693-04-05

Anne M L of Orleans, duchess (Grande Mademoiselle), dies at 65

1707-06-16

Marie d'Orleans-Longueville, Duchess de Nemours, sovereign princess of Neuchâtel and writer (b. 1625)

1723-12-02

Philip, French duke of Orleans/regent (1715-23)/PM (1723), dies

1815-01-08

Edward Pakenham, Engl general (Battle of New Orleans), dies in battle

1878-06-26

Mercedes of Orleans, queen of Spain (b. 1860)

1896-06-26

Louis CPR of Orleans, French duke (chosen king of Belgian), dies at 81

1922-08-28

Louis PMFG of Orleans, earl of Eu/Brazil, dies at 80

1948-09-03

Papa Mutt Carey, New Orleans

1949-07-02

Bud Scott, New Orleans

1958-04-07

Elliot Paul, New Orleans

1980-01-30

'Professor Longhair' Henry Roeland Byrd, New Orleans blues singer and pianist

1982-01-01

Paul Belmondo, French sculptor (Bathing Woman, Orleans), dies at 83

1984-07-25

Manfred Inger, Napoleon in New Orleans

1987-05-31

Dorothy Patrick, actress (Torch Song, New Orleans, High Wall), dies

1990-06-03

Will Orleans, The Vanisher

1991-07-30

Charlie Beal, New Orleans

1995-07-22

Percy Humphrey, jazz trumpet player and bandleader in New Orleans, Louisiana, 90

2002-12-14

Frank Warren, San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints

2008-01-25

Ralph Dupas, New Orleans Uncensored

2009-07-22

Lynn Pressman-Raymond, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

2010-05-14

Norman Hand, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

2012-07-14

King Hill, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

2013-12-14

George Rodrigue, New Orleans Story

2015-10-08

Paul Prudhomme, Down in New Orleans

2015-10-15

Tyrone Young, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints

2015-11-10

Allen Toussaint, New Orleans R&B Mainstay, Dies at 77

2016-08-07

Pete Fountain, New Orleans jazz clarinet virtuoso, dies aged 86

2018-03-16

New Orleans Pelicans, Saints owner Tom Benson dies at age 90


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