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Union - Notable Historical Events

George WashingtonJan 1, 1776

Abraham LincolnFeb 27, 1860

Robert E. LeeApr 18, 1861

George McClellanJul 27, 1861

FarragutApr 25, 1862

Jefferson DavisDec 23, 1862

Harriet TubmanJun 2, 1863

George Armstrong CusterJun 29, 1863

Ulysses S. GrantMar 9, 1864

William T. ShermanSep 2, 1864

GandhiFeb 26, 1910

Annie Jump CannonMay 9, 1922

Benito MussoliniJan 24, 1924

StalinDec 27, 1927

Leon TrotskyJan 10, 1928

FDRJun 26, 1934

Nikita KhrushchevSep 14, 1953

Allen GinsbergApr 3, 1955

LBJJan 4, 1965

Aleksandr SolzhenitsynDec 28, 1973

Mikhail GorbachevOct 1, 1988

George W. BushJan 29, 2002

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Union - Historical Events
Date Event
1256-04-13

The Grand Union of the Augustinian order formed when Pope Alexander IV issues a papal bull Licet ecclesiae catholicae.

1397-06-17

Union of Kalmar established between Denmark, Sweden & Norway

1397-06-30

Denmark, Norway & Sweden sign Union of Kalmar under Queen Margaretha

1523-06-06

Gustav Vasa is elected King of Sweden, marking the end of the Kalmar Union.

1525-01-21

The Swiss Anabaptist Movement is born when Conrad Grebel, Felix Manz, George Blaurock, and about a dozen others baptize each other in the home of Manz's mother in Zürich, breaking a thousand-year tradition of church-state union.

1525-05-12

Battle at Biblingen: Zwabische Union beats rebel Wurttemberg farmers

1525-07-19

Catholic German monarchy form Union of Dessau

1531-02-27

Evangelical German monarchy/towns form Schmalkaldische Union

1531-10-24

Bavaria joins Schmalkaldische Union

1538-04-09

Danish king Christian III enters Schmalkaldische Union

1569-07-01

Latvia Parliament accept Union of Lublin, incorporate into Poland

1579-01-06

Artois/Hainault/Dowaai sign pro-Spanish Union of Arras

1579-01-06

The Union of Atrecht is signed.

1579-01-23

Union of Utrecht signed, forming protestant Dutch Republic

1579-03-05

Betuwe joins Union of Utrecht

1579-03-06

Veluwe joins Union of Utrecht

1579-03-23

Friesland joins Union of Utrecht

1579-04-11

Venlo joins Union of Utrecht

1579-07-29

Antwerp request union with Utrecht

1579-09-13

Breda forms Union of Utrecht

1580-04-11

Drenthe joins Union of Utrecht

1591-02-03

German monarchy forms Protestant Union of Torgau

1606-04-12

England adopts the Union Flag, replaced in 1801 by current Union Flag/Union Jack

1608-05-14

The Protestant Union is founded in Auhausen.

1621-05-24

The Protestant Union is formally dissolved.

1633-04-23

Sweden & Protestant German monarchy form Union of Heilbronn

1654-04-12

Ordinance of Union between England and Scotland passed by the Council of State

1707-04-29

English and Scottish parliaments accept Act of Union; form United Kingdom of Great Britain

1775-12-03

1st official US flag raised (Grand Union Flag) aboard naval vessel USS Alfred

1776-01-01

Gen George Washington hoists Continental Union Flag

1777-06-14

Continental Congress adopts Stars & Stripes replacing Grand Union flag

1790-01-08

1st US President George Washington delivers 1st state of the union address

1794-04-30

The Battle of Boulou is fought, in which French forces defeated the Spanish under General Union.

1815-02-13

The Cambridge Union Society is founded.

1816-12-11

Indiana becomes 19th state of the Union

1817-12-10

Mississippi admitted as 20th state of the Union

1819-12-14

Alabama admitted to Union as 22nd state

1820-03-15

Maine admitted as 23rd state of the Union

1825-11-26

1st college fraternity founded (Kappa Alpha (Union College, NY))

1827-11-17

The Delta Phi fraternity, America's oldest continuous social fraternity, was founded at Union College in Schenectady, New York.

1834-03-18

Six farm labourers from Tolpuddle, Dorset, England are sentenced to be transported to Australia for forming a trade union.

1836-06-15

Arkansas becomes 25th state of the Union

1840-07-23

Union Act passed by British Parliament, uniting Upper & Lower Canada

1845-03-03

Florida becomes 27th state of the Union

1852-11-21

Duke U, founded in 1838 as Union Institute chartered as Normal College

1859-01-24

Political union of Moldavia and Wallachia; Alexandru Ioan Cuza is elected as ruler.

1859-02-14

Oregon admitted as 33rd state of the Union

1860-02-27

Abraham Lincoln makes a speech at Cooper Union in the city of New York that is largely responsible for his election to the Presidency.

1860-12-20

South Carolina secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-09

A Union merchant ship, the Star of the West, is fired upon as it tries to deliver supplies to Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina

1861-01-09

Mississippi secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-10

Florida secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-11

Alabama secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-19

Georgia secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-26

Louisiana secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-29

Kansas secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-02-01

Texas secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-03-08

St Augustine Florida surrenders to Union armies

1861-03-16

Arizona Territory votes to leave the Union (US Civil War)

1861-04-14

Formal Union surrender of Ft Sumter (US Civil War)

1861-04-17

Virginia secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-04-18

Colonel Robert E. Lee turns down offer to command Union armies (US Civil War)

1861-04-25

The Union Army arrives to reinforce Washington, D.C. (US Civil War)

1861-04-27

West Virginia secedes from Virginia after Virginia secedes from Union (US Civil War)

1861-04-29

Maryland's House of Delegates votes against seceding from Union (US Civil War)

1861-05-07

Riot occurs between prosecessionist & Union supporters in Knoxville TN

1861-05-10

Union troops march on state militia in St Louis, MI

1861-05-20

North Carolina becomes 11th & last state to secede from Union

1861-05-23

Virginia citizens vote 3 to 1 in favor of secession from the Union

1861-05-26

Union blockades New Orleans LA & Mobile AL

1861-05-29

Dorothea Dix offers help in setting up hospitals for Union Army

1861-06-03

1st Civil War land battle-Union defeats Confederacy at Philippi, WV

1861-06-06

Lincoln's cabinet declares Union government will pay for expenses once states have mobilized volunteers

1861-06-08

American Civil War: Tennessee votes to secede from the Union.

1861-06-10

Battle of Big Bethel VA (Bethel Church, Great Bethal)-Union retreats

1861-06-24

Tennessee becomes 11th (& last) state to secede from Union

1861-07-02

Battle of Hoke's Run, WV - small Union victory

1861-07-10

Lincoln writes to Kentucky's militia & says Union troops will not enter that state

1861-07-13

Battle of Corrick's Ford, VA (Carrick's Ford) - Union army takes total control of western Virginia CS20 US53

1861-07-25

Washington DC - Crittenden resolution is passed stating that the war is to be fought to preserve union & uphold the Constitution, not to alter slavery

1861-07-25

Skirmish at Fort Fillmore, NM Terr - Rebels attack Union troops

1861-07-27

Union General George McClellan takes command from McDowell of Potamic Army

1861-08-06

Lexington, Kentucky - Union military camp forms in neutral state

1861-08-16

Pres Lincoln prohibits Union states from trading with Confederacy

1861-08-27

Battle of Cape Hatteras SC-Union troops take Ft Clark

1861-09-13

1st naval battle of Civil War, Union frigate "Colorado" sinks privateer "Judah" off Pensacola, Fla

1861-09-20

Battle of Lexington, MI-captured by Union

1861-10-12

Confederate ironclad Manassas attack Union's Richmond on Mississippi

1861-10-25

First Battle of Springfield in Missouri during US Civil War, Union victory

1861-11-01

General George McClellan made general in chief of Union armies

1861-11-02

American Civil War: Western Department Union General John C. Fremont is relieved of command and replaced by David Hunter.

1862-01-26

Lincoln issues General War Order #1, calling for a Union offensive, General George McClellan ignores order

1862-03-03

Union forces under General Pope lay siege to New Madrid, Missouri (US Civil War)

1862-03-05

Union troops under brig-gen Wright occupy Fernandina Florida

1862-04-06

Battle of Shiloh, Union defeats Confederacy in SW Tennessee

1862-04-12

Union troops occupy Fort Pulaski Georgia

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

1862-05-15

Union Grounds, Brooklyn, 1st baseball enclosure, opens

1862-06-07

Skirmish at Union Church, VA (Peninsular)

1862-06-26

Battle of Beaver Dam Creek-Union repulses Confederacy in Virginia

1862-07-01

US Civil War: Day 7 of 7 Days-Battle of Malvern Hill (Poindexter's Farm) Union forces repel Confederate attack

1862-07-18

Battle of Newburgh, IN - captured by Union forces

1862-08-06

Confederate ironclad "Arkansas" is badly damaged in Union attack

1862-08-30

Last day of 2nd Battle of Bull Run Va - Confederates beat Union forces

1862-08-30

Battle of Altamont-Confederates beat Union forces in Tennessee

1862-09-14

Battle at Crampton's Gap: Union troops chases away Confederates

1862-09-14

Battle at South Mountain: Union troops chases away Confederates

1862-09-15

Confederates conquer Union-weapon arsenal at Harpers Ferry WV

1862-12-23

Union General Ben "Beast" Butler is proclaimed a "felon, outlaw & common enemy of mankind" by Jefferson Davis

1862-12-25

40,000 watch Union army men play baseball at Hilton Head, SC

1862-12-31

President Lincoln signs act admitting West Virginia to the Union

1862-12-31

Union ironclad ship "Monitor" sank off Cape Hatteras, NC

1863-01-10

General McClernand's Union troops surround Fort Hindman Ark

1863-01-11

Union forces capture Arkansas Post, or Ft Hindman, Arkansas

1863-01-22

Union General Burnside's "Mud March"

1863-03-03

US Congress authorizes track width of 4'8½" for Union Pacific Railroad

1863-04-19

Union troops/fleet occupy For Huger, Virginia

1863-05-04

End of Chancellorsville - Beaten Union army withdraws

1863-06-02

Harriet Tubman leads Union guerrillas into Maryland, freeing slaves

1863-06-17

Battle of Aldie, Confederates fail to drive back Union in Virginia

1863-06-29

George Armstrong Custer, aged 23 appointed Union Brigadier General

1863-07-03

Battle of Gettysburg, Pa, the largest battle ever fought on the American continent, ends in a major victory for the Union.

1863-07-04

Vicksburg, Mississippi surrenders to Union forces

1863-07-09

Union troops enter Port Hudson

1863-09-19

Battle of Chickamauga GA (near Chattanooga) begins; Union retreat

1863-09-21

Union forces retreat to Chattanooga after defeat at Chickamauga

1863-10-05

Confederate sub David damages Union ship Ironsides

1863-10-16

Grant is given command of Union forces in West

1863-12-14

Battle of Bean's Station-Confederacy repulses Union in Tennessee

1864-02-16

Battle of Mobile, AL - operations by Union Army

1864-02-17

Confederate submarine HL Hunley sinks Union ship Housatonic

1864-03-09

Ulysses S. Grant is appointed commander of Union Army

1864-03-10

Grant is named commander of the Union armies

1864-03-14

Union troops occupy Fort de Russy, Louisiana

1864-03-15

Red River Campaign-Union forces reach Alexandria, LA

1864-03-29

Union General Steeles troops reach Arkadelphia Arkansas

1864-04-09

Union surgeon Mary Edwards Walker is captured by Confederate troops and arrested as a spy during US Civil War.

1864-04-15

General Steeles' Union troops occupies Camden, Arkansas

1864-05-04

General Ulysses S. Grant's Union Army at Potomac attacks Robert E. Lee's Confederates at Rappahannock River

1864-05-05

Battle between Confederate & Union ships at mouth of Roanoke

1864-05-12

US Union colonel Emory Upton (24) promoted to brigadier general

1864-05-17

Battle of Adairsville Georgia, Union forces Confederates to retreat

1864-06-14

US Union warship USS Kearsarge appears off Cherbourg

1864-06-16

Union General Ulysses S. Grant begin siege of Petersburg, Va

1864-07-29

American Civil War: Confederate spy Belle Boyd is arrested by Union troops and detained at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC.

1864-07-30

Battle of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania - burned by Union forces under McCausland

1864-08-05

US Civil War Battle of Mobile Bay won by the Union led by Rear Admiral Farragut with the cry "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

1864-08-08

Union troops/fleet occupy Fort Gaines, Alabama

1864-08-23

Union troops/fleet occupy Fort Morgan, Alabama

1864-09-02

Union General William T. Sherman captures and burns Atlanta during US Civil War

1864-09-27

Centralia Massacre (Missouri): 24 unarmed Union soldiers captured and executed by "Bloody Bill" Anderson/Frank

1864-10-05

Battle of Allatoona, 1/3 of Union troops die repulsing South

1864-10-19

Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia, Union beats back Conf attackers

1864-10-23

Battle of Westport, Missouri: Union General Samuel R Curtis defeats Confederate General Stirling Price

1864-10-26

Union troops ambush & kill 'Bloody' Bill Anderson in Richmond MI

1864-10-31

Nevada admitted as 36th state of the Union

1864-11-15

Union Major General Sherman leaves Atlanta on the "March to the Sea"

1864-11-16

Union General William T. Sherman begins march to sea during Civil War

1864-11-22

Union General O Howard orders plunderers be shot to death

1865-01-12

-13] Union fleet bombs Fort Fisher NC

1865-01-15

Ft Fisher, NC falls to Union troops

1865-01-19

Union occupies Fort Anderson, NC

1865-02-18

Union troops force Confederates to abandon Ft Anderson, NC

1865-03-11

General William T. Sherman's Union forces occupies Fayetteville, NC

1865-04-03

Union forces occupy Confederate capital of Richmond Va & Petersberg

1865-04-27

Steamboat "SS Sultana" explodes in the Mississippi River, killing up to 1,800 of the 2,427 passengers in the greatest maritime disaster in United States history. Most were paroled Union POWs on their way home.

1865-05-17

The International Telegraph Union (later the International Telecommunication Union) is established.

1865-05-19

President Jefferson Davis is captured by Union Cavalry in Georgia

1865-06-19

Union General Granger declares slaves are free in Texas

1866-06-01

General Dutch Typographer Union forms

1866-07-24

Tennessee becomes 1st Confederate state readmitted to Union

1869-01-13

Colored National Labor Union, 1st Black labor convention meets in Wash DC

1870-01-27

After accepting 15th amendment, Virginia is readmitted to Union

1870-03-30

Texas becomes last confederate state readmitted to Union

1870-11-15

Bathe becomes member of Noordduitse Union

1871-01-26

British Rugby Union forms

1871-10-31

Founding of Netherland Protestant Union in Dokkum

1874-10-09

World Postal Union forms in Bern Switzerland

1874-11-18

National Woman's Christian Temperance Union organizes in Cleveland

1875-07-01

Universal Postal Union established

1876-08-01

Colorado becomes 38th state of the Union

1878-07-01

Canada joins the Universal Postal Union.

1879-07-04

Africaner Union forms by Rev SJ du Toit at Cape colony

1881-01-26

Union of Baptists Communities forms in Foxholl

1881-11-02

Dutch New-Malthusiaanse Union forms

1882-02-12

Social-Democratic Union forms in Amsterdam

1883-01-04

Ontario Rugby Football Union (forerunner of CFL) forms

1883-01-06

Ontario Rugby Football Union forms

1883-01-16

Quebec Rugby Football Union forms

1883-02-14

1st state labor union legislation; NJ legalizes unions

1884-02-07

Canadian Rugby Football Union forms

1885-09-06

Eastern Rumelia declares its union with Bulgaria. The Unification of Bulgaria is accomplished.

1885-10-22

John Ward & several teammates secretly form Brotherhood of Prof Base Ball Players, 1st baseball union

1887-01-21

Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) forms

1887-02-22

Union Labor Party organized in Cincinnati

1888-02-02

Frank Sprague opens the first successful U.S. electric street railway system, the Richmond Union Passenger Railway, in Richmond, Virginia

1889-02-22

US President Cleveland signs bill to admit Dakotas, Montana & Washington state to the union

1889-11-08

Montana admitted as 41st state of the Union

1889-11-17

Union Pacific begins daily through service, Chicago-Portland & SF

1890-01-22

Jose Marti forms La Liga (Union of Cuban exiles) in NYC

1890-09-13

Cecil Rhodes' colonies hoist Union Jack in Mashonaland & Salisbury

1891-09-03

Cotton pickers organize union & stage strike in Texas

1891-11-10

1st Women's Christian Temperance Union meeting held (in Boston)

1891-12-19

Canadian Rugby Union forms

1892-02-22

Manitoba Rugby Football Union forms

1892-08-20

The Transvaal National Union, a political organisation, is set up with J. Tudhope as president

1894-01-01

South African Amateur Athletic Union is founded in Johannesburg.

1894-05-11

American RR Union strikes Pullman Sleeping Car Co

1894-06-25

American Railway Union under Eugene V Debs goes on strike

1895-05-07

In Saint Petersburg, Russian scientist Alexander Stepanovich Popov demonstrates to the Russian Physical and Chemical Society his invention - the world's first radio receiver. In the former Soviet Union the anniversary of this day is celebrated as Radio Day.

1895-06-28

El Salvador, Honduras & Nicaragua form Central American Union

1895-08-29

The formation of the Northern Rugby Union at the George Hotel, Huddersfield, England.

1895-09-23

French labor union CGT (Confederation Generale du Travail) forms

1896-01-04

AFL charters Actors' National Protective Union, NYC

1897-11-24

Canadian Intercollegiate Rugby Football Union forms in Kingston

1900-02-03

Rival forces fight for control of the Union Park ball grounds in Balt

1900-02-27

In London, the Trade Union Congress and the Independent Labour Party (formed in 1893) meet, resulting in a Labour Representative Committee and eventually the modern Labour Party in 1906

1901-03-17

Free thinking-Democratic Union forms in Netherlands

1901-05-31

At the opening of the Greek National Assembly, Prince George, High Commissioner of Crete, asks it to endorse the union of Crete with Greece; the proposal is later rejected

1902-07-29

Union of Orthodox Rabbis of US & Canada forms

1903-10-10

The Women's Social and Political Union was formed by Emmeline Pankhurst to fight for women's rights in Britain.

1905-01-02

The American anarcho-syndicalist union known as the Industrial Workers of the World forms.

1905-02-25

The Nederlands Verbond van Vakverenigingenwas, a Dutch social-democratic trade union, forms

1905-03-24

A group of Cretans dedicated to Crete's union with Greece led by Eleutherios Venizelos, meet at the village of Therisso and proclaim a union in defiance of the Great Powers

1905-04-21

The elective assembly of Crete proclaims union with Greece

1905-05-08

In Russia, the Union of Unions organizes under the chairmanship of Paul Miliukov and joins liberal groups demanding parliamentary government and universal suffrage

1905-06-07

Norway dissolves union with Sweden (in effect since 1814)

1905-07-30

Dutch Covenant of Worker's union, NVV, forms

1905-08-20

Sun Yat-sen, Chinese revolutionary, forms the first chapter of T'ung Meng Hui, a union of all secret societies determined to bringing down the Manchus

1905-10-15

Union workers at NVV rejects safety demands

1905-10-26

Union of Sweden & Norway ends

1906-04-18

Calvinist Reformed Union in Neth Church forms in Utrecht

1906-10-28

Belgian-British "Union Minière du Haut Katanga" mining company created in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo

1907-02-07

The Mud March was the first large procession organized by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies (NUWSS).

1907-05-28

Auto-Cycle Union Tourist Trophy, 1st held

1907-08-17

Bishop forbids Christian membership in Dutch Textile Union

1907-09-13

Canadian Interprovincial Rugby Football union (Big Four) forms with Hamilton Tigers, Toronto Argonauts, Ottawa Rough Riders & Montreal Foot Ball

1907-10-05

Interprovincial Rugby Football Union plays 1st game (Mtl 17 Tor 8)

1908-02-03

Supreme Court rules a union boycott violates Sherman Antitrust Act

1908-07-09

CHU (Christian Historic Union) Dutch political party forms

1908-08-16

The Committee of Union and Progress, 'The Young Turks', announces a program for reforms and respect for the rights of all within the Ottoman Empire, regardless of race or religion

1908-09-29

Calgary Rugby Football Union forms

1908-12-16

1st credit union in US forms (Manchester NH)

1909-04-06

1st credit union forms in US

1909-09-20

The British Parliament passes the South Africa Act; it calls for union of Cape Colony, Natal, Orange River Colony, and Transvaal; and both English and Dutch as official languages

1910-02-26

Gandhi supports the African People's Organisations resolution to declare the day of arrival of the Prince of Wales in South Africa as a day of mourning in protest against the South Africa Acts disenfranchisement of Indians, Coloureds and Africans in the upcoming Union of South Africa

1910-04-14

Pan American Union forms

1910-05-31

Cape of Good Hope becomes part of Union of South Africa

1910-05-31

Union of South Africa declares independence from UK

1910-07-01

Union of South Africa becomes a dominion

1910-09-15

Boers & Afrikaners win 1st general elections in Union of South-Africa

1910-09-22

Saskatchewan Rugby Football Union forms

1911-02-22

The Canadian Parliament resolves to maintain union with the British Empire, while controlling domestic fiscal affairs

1911-03-03

1st US federal cemetery with Union & Confederate graves opens, Missouri

1911-10-21

Manitoba, Saskatchewan & Alberta Unions form Western Canada Rugby Football Union

1912-02-14

Arizona was admitted to the Union as the 48th state

1913-07-03

Confederate veterans at the Great Reunion of 1913 reenact Pickett's Charge; upon reaching the high-water mark of the Confederacy they are met by the outstretched hands of friendship from Union survivors.

1914-03-01

The Republic of China joins the Universal Postal Union.

1914-09-22

Louis Botha, premier of the Union of South Africa, assumes command of the armed forced after having dismissed General Beyers because of his resistance to aiding British in the war against Germany

1914-10-15

Clayton Anti-trust Act passed (union & strike rights)

1915-07-09

Germany surrenders South West Africa to Union of South Africa

1917-12-31

Dutch Social-democratic trade union NVV counts 159,450 members

1918-11-10

The Western Union Cable Office in North Sydney, NS received a top-secret coded message from Europe (that would be sent to Ottawa, ON and Washington, DC) that said on November 11, 1918 all fighting would cease on land, sea and in the air.

1918-11-26

The Podgorica Assembly votes for "union of the people", declaring assimilation into the Kingdom of Serbia.

1918-11-28

Bucovina voted for the union with the Kingdom of Romania.

1919-01-07

The Industrial and Commercial Workers` Union of South Africa is founded, led by Clements Kadalie

1919-11-07

US police raid offices of Union of Russian Workers

1920-01-02

10,000 US union & socialist organizers arrested (Palmer Raids)

1920-01-20

The American Civil Liberties Union is founded.

1920-08-11

1st peace of Riga-Soviet Union recognizes Independence of Latvia

1920-10-14

Part of Petsamo province ceded by Soviet Union to Finland

1921-01-19

Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras & El Salvador sign Pact of Union

1921-02-27

The International Working Union of Socialist Parties is founded in Vienna.

1921-05-17

Belgian and Luxembourg sign customs union

1922-01-29

Union of Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras & El Salvador dissolved

1922-04-16

German-Russia treaty signed in Italy, Soviet Union recognized

1922-05-09

The International Astronomical Union formally adopt Annie Jump Cannon's stellar classification system, which with only minor changes, is still used today

1922-06-22

Herrin massacre, 19 strikebreakers and 2 union miners are killed in Herrin, Illinois.

1922-07-27

International Geographical Union forms in Brussels

1922-12-20

14 republics form Union of Soviet Socialistic Republics (USSR)

1922-12-30

Soviet Union organized as a federation of RSFSR, Ukrainian SSR, Belorussian SSR & Transcaucasian SSR

1923-01-01

Union of Socialist Soviet Republics established

1924-01-24

Benito Mussolini disallows non-fascists work union

1924-02-01

Ramsay MacDonald's incoming Labour government formally recognizes the Soviet Union

1924-08-28

Georgian opposition stages the August Uprising against the Soviet Union.

1924-10-19

General Christian Worker's union demands 8 hr work day in Belgium

1924-10-27

The Uzbek SSR is founded in the Soviet Union.

1925-02-25

The diplomatic relations between Japan and the Soviet Union were established.

1925-04-23

Pastor LH Perquin forms Union of Catholic Dutch Radio (KRO) forms

1925-06-10

Inaugural service for the United Church of Canada, a union of Presbyterian, Methodist, and Congregationalist churches held in Toronto Arena.

1925-06-16

The Union Government rejects a round-table conference with India on the grounds that it will constitute interference in South African affairs

1925-11-06

British secret agent Sidney Reilly ('Ace of Spies') is executed by the OGPU, the secret police of the Soviet Union.

1926-02-11

Tokelau (Union) Islands in South Pacific transfers to NZ

1926-09-01

British Columbia Rugby Football Union forms

1927-12-27

Stalin's faction wins All-Union Congress in USSR, Trotsky expelled

1928-01-10

Soviet Union orders exile of Leon Trotsky

1928-08-13

Soviet Union Spartacan Games begins

1928-08-25

Tri-City Rugby Football Union forms consisting of Moose Jaw, Regina & Winnipeg

1929-03-08

US worker union commission reports of slavery in Liberia

1929-06-26

ENKA/Vereinigte Glanzstoff Factory merge AKU (Genl Kunstzijde Union)

1929-09-02

Unilever forms by merger of Margarine Union & Lever Bros

1931-02-28

Canadian Rugby Union adopts the forward pass

1931-03-11

Ready for Labour and Defence of the USSR, abbreviated as GTO, is introduced in the Soviet Union.

1931-05-14

Ådalen shootings: five people are killed in Ådalen, Sweden, as soldiers open fire on an unarmed trade union demonstration.

1931-10-06

Js Van Severen forms Verdinaso (Union of Flemish Natl Solidarists)

1932-05-01

1st Suriname union congress at Paramaribo

1932-10-01

Oswald Mosley forms British Union of Fascists

1932-10-19

British government signs trade agreement with Soviet Union

1932-11-29

France signs non-agression pact with Soviet Union

1933-05-10

Suriname worker's union leader A de Come banish to Netherlands

1933-08-17

Soviet Union test GIRD-R1 rocket ("Object 09")

1933-09-03

Yevgeniy Abalakov reaches the highest point of the Soviet Union - Communism Peak (7495 m).

1933-11-17

United States recognizes Soviet Union, opens trade

1934-01-01

International Telecommunication Union established

1934-03-02

Union Pacific tests light-weight high-speed passenger train, Omaha

1934-06-26

FDR signs Federal Credit Union Act, establishing Credit Unions

1935-07-12

Belgium recognizes Soviet Union

1935-10-22

Establishment of the rank of Marshal of the Soviet Union.

1935-11-09

Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) labor union forms

1935-12-28

Pravda publishes a letter by Pavel Postyshev, who revives New Year tree tradition in the Soviet Union.

1936-03-01

A strike occurs aboard the S.S. California, leading to the demise of the International Seamen's Union and the creation of the National Maritime Union.

1936-12-05

Armenian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR, Georgian SSR, Kazakh SSR & Kirghiz SSR becomes constituent republics of Soviet Union

1937-05-30

Memorial Day Massacre - Chicago police shoot on union marchers, 10 die

1938-03-02

Trials of Soviet leaders begins in the Soviet Union

1938-11-18

Trade union members elect John L. Lewis as the first president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations.

1939-01-07

US worker's union leader Tom Mooney freed (jailed since 1916)

1939-09-17

Soviet Union invades Poland during WW II

1939-10-02

Birdbaths installed in Union Square, SF

1939-12-14

Soviet Union attacks Finland-League of Nations drops Soviet Union

1940-06-22

About 10,000 Afrikaner women march to the union buildings in protest of South Africa's involvement in WWII

1940-06-28

Romania cedes Bessarabia to Soviet Union

1940-07-21

Soviet Union annexes Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

1940-07-24

Linthorst Homan, de Quay & Einthoven forms Dutch Union

1940-08-25

Lithuania, Latvia & Estonia incorporated into Soviet Union

1941-01-06

President Franklin Roosevelt's "4 Freedoms" speech (freedom from speech, worship, want and fear) during US State of Union address

1941-03-31

Ground broken for Union Square Garage, SF

1941-06-22

Germany attacks the Soviet Union & occupies the Baltic states

1941-06-22

Germany, Italy & Romania declare war on Soviet Union

1941-06-25

Finland declares war on Soviet Union

1941-09-29

Nazi mass murder at Babi Jar, Soviet Union

1941-11-06

USA lends Soviet Union $1 million

1941-12-13

German occupiers forbid National Front & Netherland Union

1942-05-22

The Steel Workers Organizing Committee disbands, and a new trade union, the United Steelworkers, is formed.

1942-07-10

Netherland's government in exile (London) recognizes Soviet Union

1942-10-29

Nazis murder 16,000 Jews in Pinsk, Soviet Union

1942-12-27

The Union of Pioneers of Yugoslavia is founded.

1943-04-27

Soviet Union breaks contact with Polish government exiled in London

1943-12-28

All Kalmyk inhabitants of of the Russian Republic of Kalmukkie deported by the Soviet Union to Central Asia and Siberia. Many die on route

1944-04-13

The diplomatic relations between New Zealand and the Soviet Union are established.

1944-05-18

Expulsion of more than 200,000 Tartars from Crimea by Soviet Union begins, they are accused of collaborating with the Germans

1944-06-22

Opening day of the Soviet Union's Operation Bagration against Army Group Centre.

1944-09-19

Armistice between Finland and Soviet Union is signed. (End of the Continuation War).

1944-09-30

Dutch General Mine Workers Union (ABWM) forms

1945-04-02

Diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and Brazil are established.

1945-04-18

Diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and Bolivia are established.

1945-04-19

The diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and Guatemala are established.

1945-05-01

General Belgian Labor Union (ABVV) party forms

1945-05-09

World War II: The Soviet Union marks Victory Day.

1945-06-29

Ruthenia, formerly in Czechoslovakia, annexed by Soviet Union, becomes Ukrainian SSR

1945-11-14

H Lindsay & R Crouse's "State of the Union" premieres in NYC

1946-01-07

Cambodia becomes autonomous state inside French Union

1946-01-25

United Mine Workers union rejoins American Federation of Labor

1946-03-12

Part of Petsamo province ceded by Soviet Union to Finland

1946-04-01

Formation of the Malayan Union.

1947-02-10

Netherlands Radio Union forms

1947-02-10

Province of Petsamo returned to Soviet Union by Finland

1947-07-03

Soviet Union doesn't participate in Marshall Plan

1947-07-06

The AK-47 goes into production in the Soviet Union.

1947-08-17

The Radcliffe Line, the border between Union of India and Dominion of Pakistan is revealed.

1947-10-29

Belgium, Luxembourg & Netherlands form Benelux Union

1947-12-04

USSR joins Intl Amateur Athletic Union

1947-12-12

United Mine Workers union withdrew from AFL

1948-05-17

Soviet Union recognized Israel

1948-06-24

Soviet Union begins Berlin Blockade

1949-01-01

Tokelau (Union) Islands declared part of New Zealand

1949-07-19

Laos becomes associated state within French Union

1949-10-15

Tripura accedes to Indian union

1950-09-19

European Payment Union forms in Paris

1950-12-30

Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia become Independent states in France Union

1953-08-12

Soviet Union conducts secret test of its 1st hydrogen bomb

1953-08-22

John Norman Lewis contends players have no desire to form a union

1953-09-14

Nikita Khrushchev appointed First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, succeeding Malenkov

1953-11-09

Cambodia (aka Kampuchea) gains independence from Fance, within the French Union

1954-06-04

France grants Vietnam independence inside French Union

1954-06-15

UEFA (Union des Associations Européennes de Football) is formed in Basle, Switzerland.

1954-07-07

Formation of the TANU party (Tanganyika African National Union ) in Tanzania

1954-07-14

118°F (48°C), Warsaw & Union, Missouri (state record)

1954-08-10

Neth Indonesian Union breaks up

1955-04-03

The American Civil Liberties Union announces it will defend Allen Ginsberg's book Howl against obscenity charges.

1955-05-07

West European Union established

1955-05-14

Warsaw Pact is signed by the Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland & Romania

1955-07-28

The Union Mundial pro Interlingua is founded at the first Interlingua congress in Tours, France.

1956-02-14

Indonesia withdraws from Neth Indonesian Union

1956-03-20

Union workers ended a 156-day strike at Westinghouse Electric Corp

1956-08-17

One of the largest demonstrations in South Africa's history, 20,000 women marched to Pretoria's Union Buildings to present petition against carrying of passes by women to the Prime Minister

1956-11-01

Delhi becomes a territory of Indian union

1957-10-30

Soviet Union launches Sputnik II, carrying a dog named Laika

1958-05-26

Union Square, SF becomes state historical landmark

1959-01-28

Soviet Union wins 62-37 for 1st international basketball loss by US

1959-07-29

First United States Congress elections in Hawaii as a state of the Union.

1959-09-14

Soviet Union's Luna-2 is 1st spacecraft to land on the Moon

1960-01-30

Dutch communist trade union EVC'58 disbands

1961-02-13

Soviet Union fires a rocket from Sputnik V to Venus

1961-02-27

The first congress of the Spanish Trade Union Organisation is inaugurated.

1961-04-14

1st live television broadcast from Soviet Union

1961-05-31

Union of South Africa becomes a republic, leaves Commonwealth

1961-10-30

Soviet Union tests a 58 megaton hydrogen bomb named Tsar Bomba - most powerful nuclear weapon ever detonated

1963-06-25

South Africa worker's union leader Curnick Ndlovu arrested

1963-07-06

South African workers' union leader Billy Nair arrested

1963-12-01

Nagaland becomes a state of Indian union

1964-07-26

US union leader James Hoffa sentenced for fraud

1965-01-04

LBJ's "Great Society" State of the Union Address

1965-02-15

Canada replaces Union Jack flag with Maple Leaf

1965-04-01

South Africa worker's union leader Henry Fazzie sentenced to 10 years

1965-11-12

Venera 2 launched by Soviet Union toward Venus

1966-04-02

Soviet Union's Luna 10 becomes 1st spacecraft to orbit Moon

1967-03-07

Teamster pres Jimmy Hoffa begins 8-year jail sentence for defrauding the union & jury tampering (commuted Dec 23, 1971)

1968-04-02

Chad creates Union of Central African States

1968-05-27

The meeting of the Union Nationale des Étudiants de France (National Union of the Students of France) takes place. 30,000 to 50,000 people gather in the Stade Sebastien Charlety.

1968-06-08

Gary Puckett & Union Gap release "Lady Will Power"

1969-01-15

Soyuz 5 launched by Soviet Union

1969-11-12

Author Alexander Solzhenitsyn expelled from Soviet Writers Union

1970-01-01

Neth Christian Workers Union (NCW) forms

1970-05-24

The drilling of the Kola Superdeep Borehole begins in the Soviet Union.

1971-12-10

West German union chancellor W Burns receives Nobel prize of peace

1972-01-21

Manipur, Meghalaya & Tripura become separate states of Indian union

1972-01-21

Mizoram, formerly part of Assam, creates an Indian union territory

1972-10-30

The Northern Ireland Office issues a discussion document 'The Future of Northern Ireland'; the paper states Britain's commitment to the union as long as the majority of people wish to remain part of the United Kingdom

1972-12-21

Soviet Union signs a separate peace with East Germany

1973-02-28

Suriname government of Sedney arrests 13 union leaders

1973-12-28

The 'The Gulag Archipelago', a literary investigation of the police-state system in the Soviet Union written by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, is published in the original Russian in Paris

1974-02-13

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Russian novelist and historian, is deported from the Soviet Union to Frankfurt, West Germany and stripped of his Soviet citizenship

1974-10-06

Carole Jo Skala wins LPGA Sacramento Union Ladies Golf Classic

1974-11-17

Union of Banana Exporting Countries (UPEB) forms

1980-03-01

CTUC, Commonwealth Trade Union Council, established

1980-03-08

The first festival of rock music kicks off in the Soviet Union.

1980-04-01

New York City's Transit Worker Union 100 begins a strike lasting 11 days.

1980-08-31

Poland's Solidarity trade union federations forms and is offically recognised by the Polish goverment

1980-10-24

Polish government legalizes independent labor union Solidarity

1980-10-31

Polish government recognizes Solidarity trade union

1980-11-10

Poland acknowledges Solidarity union

1981-11-30

Cold War: In Geneva, representatives from the United States and the Soviet Union begin to negotiate intermediate-range nuclear weapon reductions in Europe (the meetings ended inconclusively on December 17).

1981-12-19

Sixteen lives are lost when the Penlee, Cornwall, lifeboat goes to the aid of the stricken coaster Union Star in heavy seas.

1982-10-10

US imposes sanctions against Poland for banning Solidarity trade union

1983-09-27

South Africa worker's union leader Curnick Ndlovu freed after 19 years

1984-02-27

Worker's union leader Billy Nair freed in South Africa

1984-03-12

National Union of Mine Workers in Britain begins a 51 week strike

1984-04-11

Gen Sec Konstantin U Chernenko named pres of Soviet Union

1984-08-13

Morocco & Libya sign "Arabic-African Union" treaty

1984-12-03

2,000 die from Union Carbide poison gas emission in Bhopal, India

1985-03-03

National Union of Mine Workers in England end a 51 week strike

1985-04-08

India files suit against Union Carbide over Bhopal disaster

1985-12-01

South Africa's Cosatu union centre forms

1986-06-29

Moses Mayekiso, who was the General Secretary of the Metal and Allied Workers Union (MAWU) and became a member of the South African Communist Party (SACP), is detained for a second time and spends several months in solitary cofinement

1987-01-31

United Steel workers union ratified a concessionary with USX Corp

1987-02-23

Russian Writers Union accepts Boris Pasternak posthumous as member

1987-08-09

The National Union of Mineworkers begin South Africa's longest wage strike

1988-07-07

Soviet Union launches Phobos 1 to probe Martian moon (unsuccessful)

1988-09-29

Union Station reopens in Wash DC

1988-10-01

Mikhail Gorbachev becomes Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet and thus head of state of the Soviet Union

1988-11-03

Soviet Union agrees to allow teaching of Hebrew

1989-01-08

Soviet Union promises to eliminate stockpiles of chemical weapons

1989-02-06

Solidarity union leader Lech Walesa begins negotiating with Polish government

1989-02-14

Union Carbide agrees to pay $470 mill damages for Bhopol disaster

1989-02-25

1st independent blue-collar labor union in Communist Hungary forms

1989-03-09

Soviet Union officially submits to jurisdiction of the World Court

1989-04-17

Polish labor union granted legal status

1989-05-25

Eastern Airlines graduates it 1st class of non-union pilots

1989-05-25

Mikhail Gorbachev elected Executive President in the Soviet Union

1989-08-06

Pilot Union tells pilots okay to cross Eastern picket lines

1989-11-23

Pilots Union give up sympathy strike against Eastern Airlines

1990-01-31

The first McDonald's in the Soviet Union opens in Moscow, USSR.

1990-05-18

East and West Germany sign a monetary union treaty

1990-07-23

South Africa workers' union leader Billy Nair arrested

1990-07-26

US beats Soviet Union 17-0 in baseball at Goodwill Games

1990-09-17

Soviet Union & Saudi Arabia restore diplomatic ties

1990-11-20

Soviet Union shows reluctance to endorse the use of force against Iraq

1991-03-17

9 of 15 Soviet reps officially approve new union treaty

1991-03-19

Gorbachev says the Soviet Union will cut its oil exports by nearly half

1991-03-31

Georgian SSR votes on whether to remain in the Soviet Union

1991-06-04

Robert Strauss becomes US ambassador to Soviet Union

1991-08-28

Lexington Ave IRT subway train derails at Union Square, 5 die

1991-09-21

Armenia votes on whether to remain in Soviet Union

1991-10-01

Soviet Union suspends petroleum product exports as its fuel shortages grow

1991-12-21

Soviet Union formally dissolves 11 of 12 republics sign treaty forming Commonwealth of Independent States

1992-01-01

The Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic is renamed the Russian Federation, becoming the successor state to the Soviet Union.

1992-07-13

The Tripartite Alliance, consisting of the African National Congress, South African Communist Party and Congress of South African Trade Union, outlines a mass action plan for August

1994-11-13

Sweden agrees to join European Union

1994-11-28

Norway votes against joining European Union

1995-01-01

Austria, Finland & Sweden act to join European Union

1995-10-27

Latvia applies for membership in the European Union.

1996-01-17

The Czech Republic applies for membership of the European Union.

1996-02-24

The last occurrence of February 24 as a leap day in the European Union and for the Roman Catholic Church.

1996-03-25

The European Union's Veterinarian Committee bans the export of British beef and its by-products as a result of "mad cow disease" (BSE).

1996-09-11

Union Pacific Railroad purchases Southern Pacific Railroad.

1996-12-05

Players union approves new collective bargaining agreement

1997-08-04

185,000 Teamsters union United Parcel Service drivers walk off the job.

1998-05-02

The European Central Bank is founded in Brussels in order to define and execute the European Union's monetary policy.

1999-04-07

The World Trade Organisation rules in favor of the United States in its long-running trade dispute with the European Union over bananas.

2001-02-18

FBI agent Robert Hanssen is arrested for spying for the Soviet Union. He was ultimately convicted and sentenced to life in prison.

2002-01-01

Euro banknotes and coins become legal tender in twelve of the European Union's member states.

2002-01-29

In his State of the Union Address, United States President George W. Bush describes "regimes that sponsor terror" as an Axis of Evil, in which he includes Iraq, Iran and North Korea.

2002-07-09

The African Union is established in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The first chairman is Thabo Mbeki, President of South Africa.

2002-12-13

Enlargement of the European Union: The European Union announces that Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia will become members from May 1, 2004.

2003-04-16

The Treaty of Accession is signed in Athens admitting 10 new member states to the European Union.

2003-09-14

Estonia approves joining the European Union in a referendum.

2003-09-20

A referendum is held in Latvia to decide the country's accession to the European Union.

2003-11-18

The congress of the Communist Party of Indian Union (Marxist-Leninist) decides to merge the party into Kanu Sanyal's CPI(ML).

2004-05-01

Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia join the European Union, celebrated at the residence of the Irish President in Dublin.

2004-08-15

Bay of Plenty win Rugby Union's Ranfurly shield for the first time in the shield's 102 year history and after 28 unsuccessful challenges. They defeated Auckland. 33-26

2004-09-15

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announces a lockout of the players union and cessation of operations by the NHL head office.

2004-11-27

New Zealand's All Blacks thump Six Nations Rugby Union Champions France 45-6 in Paris

2005-02-20

Spain becomes the first country to vote in a referendum on ratification of the proposed Constitution of the European Union, passing it by a substantial margin, but on a low turnout.

2005-04-25

Bulgaria and Romania sign accession treaties to join the European Union.

2005-04-29

New Zealand's first civil union takes place.

2005-09-01

Seven members and former members of the AFL-CIO form a new trade union organization, the Change to Win Federation.

2005-12-20

2005 New York City transit strike: New York City's Transport Workers Union Local 100 goes on strike, shutting down all New York City Subway and Bus services.

2006-01-26

Western Union discontinues use of its telegram service.

2006-03-28

At least 1 million union members, students and unemployed take to the streets in France in protest at the government's proposed First Employment Contract law.

2006-05-21

The Republic of Montenegro holds a referendum proposing independence from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. The Montenegrin people choose independence with a majority of 55%.

2006-05-22

Results from the Montenegrin independence referendum, 2006 are announced. 55.4% of voters vote to become independent from the Serbia and Montenegro Union.

2006-06-03

The union of Serbia and Montenegro comes to an end with Montenegro's formal declaration of independence.

2006-06-05

Serbia declares independence from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

2006-08-24

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) redefines the term "planet" such that Pluto is considered a Dwarf Planet.

2007-01-01

Bulgaria and Romania officially join the European Union. Also, Bulgarian, Romanian, and Irish become official languages of the European Union, joining 20 other official languages.

2007-12-21

The Schengen Agreement area increases to include 9 European Union member states; Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia on land and sea borders.

2008-06-12

Ireland rejects the Lisbon Treaty in a referendum, thus putting into question the reform programme of the European Union.

2009-11-13

Germany's growth of 0.7% in the third quarter helps lead the Eurozone out of the recession after providing overall growth of 0.4% in the same period, with the whole European Union growing 0.2%, it is reported today

2012-01-23

European Union agrees to embargo Iranian oil in protest against Iran's alleged nuclear weapons program

2012-03-02

New fiscal compact to prevent excessive debt is signed by 25 out of 27 European Union members

2012-03-23

African Union suspends Mali's membership following a coup

2012-03-24

African Union deploys 5,000 strong force with the aim of catching or killing warlord Joseph Kony

2012-09-18

The Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools reach a deal that ends an 8-day strike.

2012-10-12

The European Union wins the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, sparking a series of critical commentary

2012-12-09

The Social Liberal Union Party and Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta win by a landslide in the parliamentary elections

2013-03-11

European Union bans the sale of cosmetics that have been tested on animals

2013-03-13

The European Parliament rejects a European Union budget for the first time

2013-07-01

Croatia becomes the 28th member of the European Union

2016-06-24

Britain votes to leave European Union

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Union - Notable Birthdays

William Tecumseh ShermanFeb 8, 1820

Ulysses S. GrantApr 27, 1822

George McClellanDec 3, 1826

George Armstrong CusterDec 5, 1839

Samuel GompersJan 27, 1850

Joseph StalinDec 18, 1878

KhrushchevApr 15, 1894

Mikhail GorbachevMar 2, 1931

Union - Birthdays
Date Event
1678-10-10

John Campbell, 2nd duke of Argyll/fieldmarshal (Union of 1707)

1778-07-28

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

1786-06-13

Winfield Scott, army general (Union)/presidential candidate

1787-09-10

John Jordan Crittenden, MC (Union), died in 1863

1788-04-17

Joseph Gilbert Totten, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1864

1789-10-03

Francis Hoyt Gregory, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1866

1790-03-30

Joseph Smith, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1877

1791-02-12

Peter Cooper, industrialist/philanthropist (Cooper Union)

1792-01-12

Robert Patterson, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1881

1793-09-04

Edward Bates, Atty Gen (Union), died in 1869

1794-11-17

John Barrien Montgomery, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1873

1794-12-10

James Wolfe Ripley, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1870

1795-05-13

Joshua Ratoon Sands, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1883

1795-06-12

John Marston Jr, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1885

1796-05-04

Joseph Pannell Taylor, Brigadier General (Union Army), died in 1864

1796-05-21

Reverdy Johnson, rep (Union), died in 1876

1796-09-22

Ret Cornelius Kinchiloe Stribling, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1880

1797-01-30

Edwin Vose Sumner, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1797-11-07

Silas Horton Stringham, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1876

1797-12-11

Hiram Paulding, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1878

1798-02-22

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

1798-03-04

John Joseph Abercrombie, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1877

1798-04-03

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

1798-05-18

Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1870

1798-07-15

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

1798-07-24

John Adams Dix, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1879

1798-08-28

Gershom Jaques Van Brunt, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1863

1798-09-01

Richard Delafield, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1873

1798-09-02

Thomas Holliday Hicks, (Union Gov) died in 1865

1799-01-07

Daniel Tyler, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1882

1799-03-08

Simon Cameron, Secy War (Union), died in 1889

1800-05-01

Ret Thomas Aloysius Dornin, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1874

1800-09-19

William Wister McKean, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1865

1800-10-27

Benjamin Franklin Wade, MC (Union), died in 1878

1801-04-07

Henry Eagle, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1882

1801-05-06

George Sears Greene, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1899

1801-07-26

John Drake Sloat, Ret Major General Comm (Union Navy), died in 1867

1801-12-28

James Barnes, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1869

1802-02-21

George Douglas Ramsey, Bvt Major general (Union Army), died in 1882

1802-03-16

George Archibald McCall, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1802-07-01

Gideon Welles, Secy Navy (Union), died in 1878

1802-07-21

David Hunter, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1802-08-20

Cadwalader Ringgold, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1867

1802-11-20

James Lawrence Lardner, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1881

1802-12-02

Melancthon Smith Wade, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1803-04-21

Levin Minn Powell, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1885

1803-09-27

Samuel Francis DuPont, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1865

1803-10-21

George Wright, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1865

1803-12-22

Joseph King Fenno Mansfield, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1804-03-20

Neal Dow, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1804-04-24

Thomas Oliver Selfridge, Comm (Union Navy)

1804-05-22

John William (Turk) Livingston, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1885

1804-10-26

Lorenzo Thomas, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1875

1805-02-18

Louis Malesherbes Goldsborough, Rear Admiral (Union Navy)

1805-04-30

William Kerley Strong, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1805-06-14

Robert Anderson, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1871

1805-09-18

Robert Cowdin, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1805-09-30

Samuel Peter Heintzelman, Major General (Union volunteers)

1806-05-12

Amos Beebe Eaton, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1877

1806-05-16

George C Cadwalader, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1879

1806-05-26

Henry Knox Thatcher, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1880

1806-06-01

John Buchanan Floyd, Ex-Sect of War (Union), died in 1863

1806-09-11

Joshua Blackwood Howell, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1806-09-12

Andrew Hull Foote, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1863

1806-10-16

William Pitt Fessenden, Secy Treas (Union), died in 1869

1807-01-06

Joseph Holt, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1894

1807-01-11

Ezra Cornell, founder (Western Union Telegraph, Cornell University)

1807-01-13

Napoleon Bonaparte Buford, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1807-01-16

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

1807-02-01

William Bowen Campbell, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1807-02-10

Abner Clark Harding, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1807-02-16

Lysander Cutler, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1866

1807-04-24

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

1807-06-11

James Findlay Schenck, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1882

1807-07-12

Silas Casey, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1882

1807-08-18

Charles Francis Adams, (Union), died in 1886

1807-10-30

James Samuel Wadsworth, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1808-01-07

Jacob Ammen, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1808-02-25

James Bowen, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1808-03-14

Catharinus Putnam Buckingham, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1808-04-16

Caleb Blood Smith, Secy Int (Union), died in 1864

1808-06-11

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

1808-08-09

William Thomas Ward, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1808-10-05

Thomas Algeo Rowley, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1808-10-13

Henry Haywood Bell, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1868

1808-12-20

Thomas Tinsley Craven, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1887

1808-12-23

Thomas Turner, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1883

1808-12-25

Stephen Cleeg Rowan, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1890

1809-02-20

Henry Walton Wessells, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1889

1809-02-25

George Washington Cullom, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1892

1809-03-10

William David Porter, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1864

1809-06-13

George Philip St Cooke, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1895

1809-06-18

Sylvanus William Godon, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1879

1809-07-28

Ormsby McKnight Mitchel, astronomer/Major General (Union volunteers)

1809-09-09

William Radford, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1890

1809-10-04

Robert Cumming Schenck, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1809-11-13

John AB Dahlgren, US Union lt adm/inventor (Civil war Dahlgren-cannon)

1809-11-23

Horatio Phillips Van Cleve, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1809-12-03

Thomas Alfred Davies, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1899

1809-12-06

Stephen Thomas, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1903

1809-12-24

Christopher "Kit" Carson, KY, Union brig-general/indian fighter/frontiersman (d. 1868)

1810-04-28

Daniel Ullmann, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1810-05-08

James Cooper, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1810-05-10

James Shields, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1879

1810-05-29

Erasmus Darwin Keyes, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1810-05-29

Solomon Meredith, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1875

1810-05-31

Horatio Seymour, Gov (Union), died in 1886

1810-08-21

Thomas Jefferson McKean, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1810-09-20

Alpheus Starkey Williams, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1810-10-13

James Shedden Palmer, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1867

1810-10-19

Cassius Marcellus Clay, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1903

1810-10-22

Henry Bohlen, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1810-11-02

Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1810-11-18

Benjamin Stone Roberts, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1875

1810-11-19

August Willich, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1878

1811-02-24

Edward Dickinson Baker, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1861

1811-03-01

Robert Christie Buchanan, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1878

1811-03-11

Marsena Rudolph Patrick, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1811-03-15

Robert Allen, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1886

1811-06-19

Henry Prince, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1811-07-11

Joseph Lanman, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1874

1811-08-20

Gilman Marston, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1811-08-25

Joseph Dana Webster, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1811-09-07

William Hamsley Emory, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1887

1811-10-18

Hugh Thompson Reid, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1811-11-19

John Ancrum Winslow, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1873

1811-12-18

Alexander Sandor Asboth, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1812-01-20

Ralph Pomeroy Buckland, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1812-02-11

Benjamin Franklin Sands, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1883

1812-03-11

James Speed, Atty Gen (Union), died in 1887

1812-03-16

Henry Dwight Terry, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1869

1812-04-09

Randolph Barnes Marcy, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1887

1812-04-28

Daniel Henry Rucker, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1910

1812-05-12

Louis Ludwig Blenker, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1812-05-17

Joseph Warren Revere, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1880

1812-05-30

John Alexander McClernand, Major General (Union volunteers)

1812-06-07

Theophilus Toulmin Garrard, Brig Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1902

1812-08-08

John Rodgers II, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1882

1812-08-25

Percival Drayton, Capt (Union Navy), died in 1865

1812-12-04

Elias Smith Dennis, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died 1894

1812-12-16

William Grose, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1900

1813-01-20

Jacon Gartner Lauman, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1813-02-14

John McNeil, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1813-03-22

Gabriel Rene Paul, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1813-03-26

Thomas West Sherman, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1879

1813-04-17

Henry Washington Benham, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1884

1813-05-06

Joseph Tarr Copeland, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1893

1813-05-23

Mason Brayman, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1813-06-06

Israel Washburn, gov (Union), died in 1883

1813-06-08

David Dixon Porter, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1891

1813-06-25

William Hugh Keim, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1813-07-07

William Scott Ketchum, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1871

1813-08-18

Benjamin Alvord, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1884

1813-09-11

Conrad Feger Jackson, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1813-09-13

John Sedgwick, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1813-10-12

Lyman Trumbull, MC (Union) died in 1896

1813-11-13

John Wolcott Phelps, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1885

1814-01-25

Francis Harrison Pierpont, governor (Union), died in 1899

1814-01-26

Rufus King, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1876

1814-04-04

John Blair Smith Todd, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1872

1814-06-22

James Henry Lane, MC (Union), died in 1866 [or Jul 28 1833]

1814-07-06

Justus McKinstry, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1814-08-14

Henry Hayes Lockwood, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1899

1814-11-13

Joseph Hooker, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1879

1814-11-14

Michael Kelly Lawler, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), dies in 1882

1814-11-15

Pleasant Adam Hackleman, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1814-12-27

James Henry Carleton, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1873

1815-01-08

George Webb Morell, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1815-01-08

Lawrence Pike Graham, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1815-01-10

Alexander Brydie Dyer, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1874

1815-01-10

Thomas Williams, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1815-01-13

William Henry French, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1881

1815-01-15

Henry Morris Naglee, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1815-01-16

Henry Wagner "Old Brains" Halleck, Maj-General (Union Army)

1815-01-18

Richard Yates Gov, MC (Union), died in 1873

1815-01-28

Andrew Jackson Hamilton, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1875

1815-02-02

Nathaniel Collins McLean, Brig Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1815-04-28

Andrew Jackson Smith, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1815-04-29

Abram Duryee, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1815-05-19

John Gross Barnard, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1882

1815-06-02

Philip Kearny, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1815-07-21

Stewart Van Vliet, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1901

1815-07-30

Thomas Jackson Rodman, Salem Indiana, Bvt Brigadier General (Union volunteers) was an American military inventor of the rodman gun and perforated-cake gunpowder

1815-09-07

Howell Cobb II, Major General/Secy of Treas (Union), died in 1868

1815-09-08

Alexander Ramsey, Gov (Union), died in 1903

1815-09-10

Eleazer Arthur Paine, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1815-10-24

John Edwards, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1815-11-23

William Dennison, postmaster/general (Union), died in 1882

1815-11-29

Stephen Augustus Hurlbut, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1882

1815-12-26

Israel Bush Richardson, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1815-12-31

George Gordon Meade, Major General (Union Army), died in 1872

1816-01-07

Stephen Miller, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1881

1816-01-09

John Palmer Usher, Secy Int (Union) died in 1889

1816-01-11

Fitz-Henry Warren, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1878

1816-01-30

Nathaniel Prentiss Banks, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1816-03-12

David Stuart, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1816-03-29

James Gallant Spears, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1869

1816-05-03

Montgomery Cunningham Meigs, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union Army), died in 1892

1816-05-24

Robert Seaman Granger, (Union Army Bvt Major general, died in 1894)

1816-06-04

Phillipe Regis Denis de Keredern de Trobriand, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union)

1816-06-11

Robert Huston Milroy, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1816-07-07

Isaac Fitzgerald Shepard, Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1889

1816-07-31

George Henry Thomas, Major General (Union Army), died in 1870

1816-08-03

John Eugene Smith, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1897

1816-08-04

Israel Vogdes, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1889

1816-09-23

Elihu Benjamin Washburne, MC (Union), died in 1887

1816-09-23

Julius White, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1816-10-04

Egbert Benson Brown, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1902

1816-10-15

Amiel Weeks Whipple, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1816-11-15

Joseph Bennett Plummer, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1816-12-27

Eliakim Parker Scammon, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1817-01-15

Lewis Golding Arnold, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1871

1817-02-03

Samuel Ryan Curtis, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1866

1817-02-28

James Craig, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1888

1817-03-26

Herman Haupt, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1817-04-04

John Wilson Sprague, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1893

1817-05-05

George Washington Julian, MC (Union), died in 1899

1817-05-18

James William Denver, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1817-06-17

Thomas Maley Harris, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1817-06-21

James Brewerton Ricketts, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1887

1817-07-19

Mary Ann Ball Bickerdyke, US, army nurse (union)

1817-07-21

Joseph K Barnes, Major General (Union Army), died in 1883

1817-07-29

James Blair Steedman, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1817-08-16

Henry Winter Davis, MC (Union), died in 1865

1817-09-09

Speed Smith Fry, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1817-09-13

John McAuley Palmer, US Union msj-gen/(Gov-Ill, 1868-72)

1817-11-09

Edward Richard Sprigg Canby, Major General (Union volunteers)

1818-01-11

John Reese Kenly, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1818-01-28

George Sewall Boutwell, MC (Union), died in 1905

1818-02-06

William Maxwell Evarts, (Union), died in 1901

1818-02-08

Austin Blair, Gov/MC (Union), died in 1894

1818-03-12

John Lorimar Worden, Capt (Union Navy), died in 1897

1818-03-13

Albion Parris Howe, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1897

1818-03-23

Don Carlos Buell, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1898

1818-03-25

Isaac Ingalls Stevens, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1818-04-05

Lewis Baldwin Parsons, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1818-04-22

Cadwallader Colden Washburn, Major General (Union volunteers)

1818-05-31

John Albion Andrew, Gov (Union), died in 1867

1818-06-21

Joseph Abel Haskin, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1818-07-14

Nathaniel Lyon, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1861

1818-08-04

Lovell Harrison Rosseau, Major General (Union volunteers)

1818-08-18

William Farquhar Barry, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1879

1818-08-23

Rufus Ingalls, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1893

1818-10-15

Irvin McDowell, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1885

1818-10-18

Edward Otho Cresap Ord, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1818-11-03

Gustavus Adolphus DeRussy, Brig Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1818-11-05

Benjamin Franklin Butler, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1893

1819-01-01

George Foster Shepley, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1878

1819-01-12

Zealous Bates Tower, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1900

1819-01-14

Frederick Steele, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1819-01-26

Abner Doubleday, Union general-major/inventor (baseball) [or Jun 26]

1819-02-01

Henry Lawrence Eustis, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1885

1819-03-19

David Henry Williams, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1819-05-15

Thomas Leonidas Crittenden, Major General (Union volunteers)

1819-05-16

Daniel Ammen, Capt (Union Navy), died in 1898

1819-05-28

William Birney, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1907

1819-06-26

Abner Doubleday, Mjr Gen (Union)/inventor (baseball) [or 1/26]

1819-07-04

Reuben Eaton Fenton, Governor (Union), died in 1885

1819-07-08

Alexander Hays, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1819-08-06

Samuel Powhatan Carter, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1819-08-08

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

1819-08-12

Daniel Davidson Bidwell, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1819-08-17

James Henry Van Alen, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1819-09-06

William Starke Rosecrans, Mjr General (Union volunteers)

1819-09-14

Henry Jackson Hunt, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1889

1819-10-02

George Washington Getty, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1901

1819-10-20

Daniel Edgar Sickles, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1914

1819-11-23

Benjamin Mayberry Prentiss, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1901

1819-12-19

James Clifford Veatch, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1819-12-30

John White Geary, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1873

1820-01-19

John Haskell King, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1888

1820-01-24

John Milton Thayer, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1820-02-08

William Tecumseh Sherman, Major General (Union Army), died in 1891

1820-02-20

Mahlon Dickerson Manson, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1820-03-06

Horatio Gouverneur Wright, Major General (Union volunteers)

1820-03-17

Patrick Edward Connor, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1820-04-04

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

1820-07-10

Andrew Porter, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1872

1820-07-22

Louis Powell Harvey, Governor (Union), died in 1862

1820-07-27

John Franklin Farnsworth, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1820-07-29

Clement Laird Vallandigham, MC (Union), died in 1871

1820-09-20

George Washington Morgan, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1820-09-20

John Fulton Reynolds, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1820-09-23

Thomas Kilby Smith, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1820-10-11

Alfred Washington Ellet, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1820-10-20

George Jerrison Stannard, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1820-12-10

David Allen Russell, Army Bvt Major General (Union), died in 1864

1820-12-17

Frederick Tracy Dent, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1820-12-26

Gustavus Adolphus Smith, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1885

1821-01-04

John James Peck, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1878

1821-01-29

Isaac Ferdinand Quinby, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1821-03-19

Francis Barretto Spinola, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1821-03-24

[George] Hector Tyndale, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1821-03-29

Joshua Thomas Owen, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1887

1821-04-19

Mortimer Dormer Leggett, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1896

1821-05-02

Abram Sanders Piatt, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1908

1821-05-11

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

1821-05-22

Alfred Sully, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1879

1821-06-08

John Dunlap Stevenson, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1821-06-12

Henry Moses Judah, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1866

1821-06-13

Navy Gustavus Vasa Fox, Asst Secy (Union), died in 1883

1821-07-08

William Harvey Lamb Wallace, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1821-07-10

Christopher Columbus Augur, Major General (Union volunteers)

1821-09-08

Henry Baxter, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1873

1821-09-26

Alvin Peterson Hovey, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1821-12-17

Frederick West Lander, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1822-01-04

Joseph Jones Reynolds, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1899

1822-01-09

John Porter Hatch, volunteers Bvt Major General (Union), died in 1901

1822-01-27

Thomas Leiper Kane, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1822-01-30

John Basil Turchin, [Ivan Turchinoff], Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1822-03-01

Albin Francisco Schoepf, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1822-03-01

Charles Champion Gilbert, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1822-03-16

John Pope, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1822-03-22

Seth Williams, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1866

1822-04-05

James Nagle, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1866

1822-04-07

Gershom Mott, Major General (Union volunteers)

1822-04-15

Napoleon Jackson Tecumseh Dana, Major General (Union volunteers)

1822-04-24

Erastus Barnard Tyler, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1822-04-27

Ulysses S. Grant, Ohio (R), 18th US president (1869-77) and Union general

1822-06-11

Samuel Davis Sturgis, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1889

1822-07-23

Darius Nash Couch, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1822-07-25

Schuyler Hamilton, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1903

1822-08-22

George Stoneman, US Union general-major/(Gov-California, 1883-87)

1822-08-31

Fitz John Porter, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1901

1822-09-19

Joseph Rodman West, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1822-09-25

Adolph Wilhelm August Friedrich von Steinwehr, Brig Gen (Union vol)

1822-10-09

George Sykes, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1880

1822-10-12

Joseph Haydn Potter, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1822-11-06

Gordon Granger, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1876

1822-11-14

William Harrow, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1872

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

1822-12-08

Luther Prentice Bradley, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1910

1822-12-10

Thomas Casimer Devin, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1878

1823-01-04

Peter Joseph Osterhaus, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1917

1823-02-27

Ferdinand Van Derveer, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1823-02-27

William Buel Franklin, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1903

1823-03-27

Samuel Kosciusko Zook, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers)

1823-03-30

Joseph Farmer Knipe, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1901

1823-04-04

Robert Byington Mitchell, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1823-04-16

Orlando Bolivar Wilcox, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1907

1823-04-22

Alfred Gibbs, Major General (Union Army), died in 1868

1823-05-05

James Allen Hardie, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1876

1823-05-10

John Sherman, MC (Union), died in 1900

1823-05-27

John Gray Foster, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1823-06-13

Gustave Paul Cluseret, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1900

1823-06-17

John Henry Hobart Ward, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1903

1823-06-20

Jesse Lee Reno, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1823-06-21

Edward Elmer Potter, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1889

1823-07-16

James Isham Gilbert, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1823-07-18

Leonard Fulton Ross, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1901

1823-07-19

George Henry Gordon, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1823-08-03

Thomas Francis Meagher, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1823-08-10

Charles Thomas Campbell, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1823-08-15

Orris Sanford Ferry, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1823-08-25

John Newton, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1823-08-31

Galusha Aaron Grow, MC (Union), died in 1907

1823-09-25

Thomas John Wood, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1823-11-22

Nathan Kimball, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1898

1823-11-25

Joseph Alexander Cooper, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1910

1823-12-28

Thomas Alexander Scott, Asst Secy War (Union), died in 1881

1824-02-14

Winfield Scott Hancock, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1824-02-17

William Farrar "Baldy" Smith, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1903

1824-02-23

Lewis Cass Hunt, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1824-03-02

Henry Beebee Carrington, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1912

1824-03-30

Innis Newton Palmer, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1824-05-10

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

1824-05-23

Ambrose Everett Burnside, Major General (Union volunteers)

1824-06-03

Charles Kinnaird Graham, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1824-07-07

Alfred Pleasonton, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1824-07-08

Waldimir "Kriz" Krzyzanowski, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1824-07-20

Alexander Schimmelfennig, Prussia, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1824-07-25

Richard James Oglesby, Union (Union volunteers), died in 1899

1824-08-03

William Burnham Woods, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1824-08-09

Simon Goodell Griffin, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1824-08-20

Absalom Baird, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1905

1824-08-21

John Sanford Mason, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1824-08-27

Hiram Gregory Berry, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1824-09-01

Isaac Hardin Duval, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1902

1824-09-21

Joseph Andrew Jackson Lightburn, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1824-09-24

Truman Seymour, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1891

1824-09-27

William Nelson, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1824-10-19

Rufus Saxton, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1908

1824-10-23

Thomas Gamble Pitcher, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1824-11-18

Franz Sigel, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1902

1824-11-18

Isham Nicholas Hayne, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1824-12-05

Titian James Coffey, Atty Gen (Union), died in 1867

1824-12-17

Manning Ferguson Force, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1899

1824-12-26

Augustus Louis Chetlain, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1914

1825-02-28

Quincy Adams Gillmore, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1888

1825-04-28

James Winning McMillan, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1825-05-06

Joseph Bailey, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1825-05-21

George Lafayette Beal, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1825-05-29

David Bell Birney, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1825-06-12

John Cook, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1910

1825-07-11

Edward Henry Hobson, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1901

1825-08-25

Henry Warner Birge, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1825-09-03

William Wallace Burns, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1825-10-16

Thomas Turpin Crittenden, Brig Genl (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1825-11-05

Julius H [Szamvald] Stahel, Major General (Union volunteers)

1825-11-25

Edward Augustus Wild, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1825-12-18

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

1825-12-20

Romeyn Beck Ayres, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1888

1825-12-31

Francis Trowbridge Sherman, Brig Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1826-01-12

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

1826-02-04

Halbert Eleazer Paine, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1826-02-09

John Alexander Logan, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1826-03-04

John Buford, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1826-04-09

Thomas Hewson Neill, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1885

1826-07-04

Green Clay Smith, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1826-07-08

Benjamin Henry Grierson, Major General (Union volunteers)

1826-07-08

Robert Kingston Scott, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1826-07-21

James Gillpatrick Blunt, Major General (Union volunteers)

1826-08-02

William Denison Whipple, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1902

1826-08-27

Frank Stillman Nickerson, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1826-09-09

Thomas John Lucas, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1908

1826-10-13

Lafayette Curry Baker, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1826-10-31

Hugh Boyle Ewing, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1826-11-02

William Haines Lytle, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1826-11-03

Jasper Adalmorn Maltby, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1826-11-17

John McArthur, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1826-11-30

George Washington Deitzler, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1826-12-03

George McClellan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Union army major general, (d. 1885)

1826-12-05

John Benjamin Sanborn, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1904

1826-12-22

James Scott Negley, (Union volunteers Major General, died in 1901)

1827-02-19

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

1827-02-20

Edward Stuyvesant Bragg, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1912

1827-02-22

James Barnet Fry, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1894

1827-02-24

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

1827-02-27

Richard W Johnson, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1897

1827-03-19

Alexander Shaler, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1911

1827-04-10

Lewis Wallace, Major General (Union volunteers)/author (Ben Hur)

1827-04-20

John Gibbon, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1896

1827-04-22

William Hopkins Morris, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1900

1827-04-26

Charles Edward Hovey, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1827-05-07

Francis Engle Patterson, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1827-07-07

James Murrell Shackelford, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1827-08-22

Joseph Anthony Mower, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1870

1827-09-06

John Morrison Oliver, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1827-09-21

Michael Corcoran, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1827-09-22

John Grubb Parke, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1900

1827-09-24

Henry Warner Slocum, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1827-09-30

Kenner Garrard, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1879

1827-10-02

Edmund Jackson Davis, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1827-10-14

James Sidney Robinson, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1827-11-10

Alfred Howe Terry, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1827-11-14

Isaac Wistar, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1827-12-28

Robert Latimer McCook, volunteers Brigadier General (Union), died in 1862

1828-01-05

August Valentine Kautz, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1895

1828-01-17

Lewis Addison Grant, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1918

1828-01-23

Calvin Edward Pratt, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1896

1828-01-24

Adam Jacoby Slemmer, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1828-01-27

Samuel Allen Rice, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1828-02-22

Robert Alexander Cameron, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1828-03-02

Jefferson Columbus Davis, Bvt Mjr General (Union Army), died in 1879

1828-05-19

Adin Ballou Underwood, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1828-05-20

James William Reilly, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1828-07-21

John Rutter Brooke, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1828-07-29

Cuvier Grover, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1885

1828-08-11

Edward Saloman, Gov (Union), died in 1909

1828-08-16

Joseph Bradford Carr, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1828-08-28

William Alexander Hammond, Brigadier General (Union Army), died in 1900

1828-08-31

George Leonard Andrews, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1828-09-08

Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1828-10-27

Jacob Dolson Cox, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1900

1828-11-14

James Birdseye MacPherson, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1828-12-08

Clinton Bowen Fisk, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1828-12-16

John Beatty, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1914

1829-02-01

John Potts Slough, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1829-02-11

William Anderson Pile, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1889

1829-03-02

Carl Schurz, Major General (Union volunteers)journalist

1829-04-24

George Peabody Estey, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1881

1829-06-06

John Baillie McIntosh, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1888

1829-07-16

Robert Brown Potter, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1887

1829-08-05

Milo Smith Hascall, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1904

1829-08-07

Thomas Ewing Jr, Major General, Bvt (Union volunteers), died in 1896

1829-09-08

George Crook, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1829-09-22

William Worth Belknap, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1829-09-24

James St Clair Morton, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1829-09-29

Giles Alexander Smith, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1876

1829-10-27

Christopher Columbus Andres, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1829-10-30

Roscoe Conkling, MC (Union), died in 1888

1829-11-08

Samuel Wylie Crawford, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1892

1829-11-24

William Passmore Carlin, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1903

1829-12-03

Green Berry Raum, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1909

1829-12-27

James Clay Rice, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1830-01-07

(Samuel) Emerson Opdycke, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1830-01-08

Gouverneur Kemble Warren, Major Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1882

1830-02-06

Marcellus Monroe Crocker, Brig gen (Union volunteers), died in 1865)

1830-03-20

Eugene Asa Carr, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1910

1830-04-30

Davis Tillson, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1830-05-11

John Converse Starkweather, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1830-05-28

George Lucas Hartsuff, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1830-05-30

Edward Winslow Hinks, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1830-07-14

Richard Henry Jackson, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1830-07-22

William Sooy Smith, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1916

1830-07-29

Alvan Cullem Gillem, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1875

1830-09-27

William Babcock Hazen, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1887

1830-09-29

John Parker Hawkins, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1914

1830-10-01

Jeremiah Cutler Sullivan, Brig Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1830-11-08

Oliver Otis Howard, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1909

1830-11-20

Patrick Henry Jones, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1900

1830-12-16

John Frederick Hartranft, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1889

1831-01-18

Edward Ferrero, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1899

1831-02-03

Cyrus Ballou Comstock, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1910

1831-02-13

John Aaron Rawlins, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1869

1831-03-06

Philip Henry Sheridan, Albany NY, Major General (Union Army)

1831-04-12

Grenville Mellen Dodge, Major General (Union volunteers)

1831-04-22

Alexander McDowell McCook, Major General (Union volunteers)

1831-06-08

Thomas J. Higgins, decorated Union Army soldier (d. 1917)

1831-06-29

William Thomas Clark, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1831-07-14

William Dwight, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1888

1831-08-16

Edward Payson Chapin, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1831-08-19

Stephen Gano Burbridge, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1831-09-29

John McAlister Schofield, Major General (Union volunteers)

1831-10-31

Daniel Butterfield, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1901

1831-11-21

John Franklin Miller, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1831-12-06

Joshua Woodrow Sill, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1831-12-22

Robert Ogden Tyler, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1874

1831-12-27

Lucius Fairchild, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1896

1831-12-29

Adam Badeau, Bvt Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1832-03-07

Orlando Metcalfe Poe, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1832-03-10

William Henry Penrose, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1903

1832-03-16

Charles Camp Doolittle, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteer)

1832-03-17

Walter Quintin Gresham, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1832-04-14

James Hewett Ledlie, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1882

1832-06-24

Edward Harland, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1915

1832-08-11

Thomas Ogden Osbord, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1832-08-23

Alexander Chambers, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1888

1832-09-21

Samuel Sprigg Carroll, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1893

1832-10-10

Theodore Shelton Bowers, Bvt Brigadier General (Union Army), died in 1866

1832-10-16

George Crockett Strong, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1832-11-05

William Woods Averell, Major General (Union Army), died in 1900

1832-11-22

George Henry Chapman, Bvt Maj Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1882

1832-12-21

John Henry Ketcham, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1832-12-22

Edward Hatch, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1889

1832-12-25

Thomas Alfred Smyth, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1865

1833-01-21

Norman Willis, union leader (Britain's Trades Union Congress)

1833-04-02

Thomas Howard Ruger, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1833-04-10

David McMurtrie Gregg, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1833-05-08

Frank Wheaton, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1903

1833-06-15

Edward Moody McCook, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1909

1833-07-01

Alfred Thomas Archimedes Torbert, Bvt Major General (Union Army)

1833-07-19

John Wesley Turner, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1899

1833-08-07

Powell Clayton, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)/(Gov-R-Ark)

1833-08-12

William Price Sanders, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1833-08-26

Charles Jackson Paine, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1833-09-24

Henry Alanson Barnum, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1833-09-28

James Deering Fessenden, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1833-10-05

Cyrus Bussey, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1915

1833-10-15

Klaas Kater, Dutch Christian Worker's Union Leader

1833-11-29

Louis Douglass Watkins, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1834-01-16

Albert Lindley Lee, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1907

1834-01-27

Robert Sanford Foster, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1834-04-21

William Rufus Terrill, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1834-06-16

Wesley Merritt, Major General (Union volunteers), (d. 1910)

1834-07-22

Daniel McCook Jr, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1834-11-10

Wager Swayne, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1902

1834-11-17

Stephen Hinsdale Weed, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1834-11-21

Joseph Jackson Bartlett, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1893

1834-11-29

Thomas Edward Greenfield Ransom, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1835-01-02

Charles Russell Lowell Jr, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1835-01-30

Oliver Edwards, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1904

1835-02-15

Alexander Stuart Webb, Major General (Union Army), died in 1911

1835-03-06

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

1835-04-27

John Murray Corse, Pitts, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers) [or 9/27]

1835-05-01

Alfred Napoleon Alexander "Natti" Duffie, Brig Gen (Union volunteers)

1835-05-21

Newton Martin Curtis, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1835-08-08

James William Forsyth, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1835-09-14

Joseph Hayes, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1912

1835-09-27

John Murray Corse, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1893 [or 4/27]

1835-10-31

Adelbert Ames, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1933

1835-11-01

Godfrey Weitzel, (Union volunteers Major general, died in 1884)

1835-11-16

Elliott Warren Rice, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1887

1835-11-18

Americus Vespucius Rice, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1904

1835-12-18

George Dashiell Bayard, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1836-01-14

[Hugh] Judson Kilpatrick, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1881

1836-01-29

Benjamin Franklin Potts, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1887

1836-01-29

James Meech Warner, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1836-06-14

Thomas Wilberforce Egan, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1836-07-02

Henry Eugene Davies, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1836-11-20

John Thomas Croxton, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1837-02-17

Francis Jay Herron, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1902

1837-04-11

Ephraim Elmer Ellsworth, Col (Union Army), died in 1861

1837-04-15

Horace Porter, Bvt Brigadier General (Union Army), died in 1921

1837-05-23

James Sanks Brisbin, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1837-06-16

Eli Long, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1903

1837-06-26

Martin Davis Hardin II, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1923

1837-07-30

Elon John Farnsworth, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1837-09-02

James Harrison Wilson, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1925

1837-10-26

James Lawlor Kiernan, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1869

1837-12-02

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

1837-12-14

William Wells, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1838-02-12

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

1838-06-23

Edwin Henry Stoughton, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1838-10-08

John Milton Hay, politician (Union), died in 1905

1838-11-06

John Grant Mitchell, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1839-01-25

Seldon Connor, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1917

1839-03-18

Francis Fessenden, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1839-04-26

Cyrus Hamblin, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1839-06-18

William Henry Seward Jr, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1920

1839-08-08

Nelson Appleton Miles, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1925

1839-08-27

Emory Upton, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1881

1839-09-28

Frances E C Willard, NY, founder (Woman's Christian Temperance Union)

1839-12-05

George Armstrong Custer, New Rumley, Ohio, Mjr General (Union volunteers), (d. 1876)

1840-02-11

Sanuel Dana Greene, Lt Cmdr (Union Navy), died in 1884

1840-03-11

Edmund Kirby Jr, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1840-06-06

William Francis Bartlett, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1840-07-27

Ranald Slidell Mackenzie, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1842-04-03

Ulric Dahlgren, Col (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1842-11-04

William Barker Cushing, Lt Cmdr (Union Navy), died in 1874

1843-08-01

Robert Todd Lincoln, Capt (Union volunteers), died in 1926

1844-06-01

Galusha Pennypacker, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1916

1845-12-23

Gustave Ador, union president of Austria (1919)

1847-08-21

Arthur T Verhaegen, Belgian worker's union leader

1850-01-27

Samuel Gompers, London England, American labor union leader (American Federation of Labor)

1851-08-13

John Lincoln Clem, Drummer (Union volunteers), died in 1937

1858-07-15

Emmeline Pankhurst, England, found (Women's Social & Political Union)

1860-08-15

Roosje Vos, Dutch union organizer

1860-09-03

Edward Albert Filene, merchant, established US credit union movement

1868-02-22

Henri Polak, union leader/politician (soc-dem)

1869-11-18

James E Sullivan, founder (Amateur Athletic Union)

1870-12-21

Sir Patrick Duncan, Fortrie, Banffshire, Scotland, Governor-General of the Union of South Africa (1937 to 1943)

1873-05-23

Leo Baeck, rabbi/president (World Union for Progressive Judaism)

1878-12-18

Joseph Stalin [Josef], Gori, Russian Empire, Premier of the Soviet Union (1941-1953), (d. 1953)

1879-10-07

Joe Hill, Jevla Sweden, organizer (IWW)/songwriter (Union Scab)/martyr

1880-02-12

John Llewellyn Lewis, union leader (United Mine Workers, 1920-60)

1883-12-22

Arthur James Cook, England, union leader (coal miners)

1884-01-21

Roger Nash Baldwin, founder (American Civil Liberties Union)

1884-07-09

Douglas Durkin, Union Depot

1885-01-17

Joseph Arendt, Belgian worker's union leader

1885-08-06

Jozef M E Meeus, Belgian director H-Heart union

1887-03-23

Sidney Hillman, union leader (Sidney Hillman Foundation)

1889-03-29

Howard Lindsay, Waterford NY, playwright/actor/dir (State of Union)

1889-04-15

Asa Philip Randolph, labor leader (Railroad Porter's Union)

1889-05-20

William Lawther, union leader

1892-03-16

James Petrillo, leader of the U.S. musicians union (d. 1984)

1893-05-08

Teddy Wakelam, English sports broadcaster and rugby union player (d. 1963)

1893-06-19

Adriaan F Dussenbroek, Dutch family dr/co-founder (Union Natl Arubano)

1894-04-15

Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, Kalinovka, Dmitriyevsky Uyezd, Kursk Governorate, First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1953-64)

1897-12-02

Hovhannes Bagramyan, Marshall of the Soviet Union (d. 1982)

1898-01-23

Randolph Scott, actor (Last of the Mohicans, Western Union)

1898-02-22

Anton de Kom, Surinam/Dutch worker's union leader/resistance fighter

1903-08-08

August Cool, Belgian union leader/minister of state

1905-07-25

Lila Lee, Union City NJ, actress (Midnight Girl, Blood & Sand)

1906-08-01

William Hayter, Oxford, Oxfordshire, British diplomat and Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1953-1957)

1907-11-08

Otto Brenner, German worker's union leader

1908-06-05

Bigelow Sayre, Union Station

1908-11-14

Harrison E Salisbury, journalist/author (50th Anniv of Soviet Union)

1908-12-14

Claude Davey, Welsh rugby union footballer

1908-9-16

Kaarlo Valkama, Calamari Union

1908-9-19

Thomas Walsh, Union Station

1909-05-10

Lord Collison, British union leader (agriculture workers)

1910-01-30

Frans Dohmen, union leader (Dutch Catholic Mineworker's Union)

1910-10-08

Gus Hall, American union organizer and head of the U.S. Communist Party (d. 2000)

1910-10-14

Jef Keuleers, Belgian worker's union leader

1910-9-17

Earl Dobbins, Western Union

1911-09-01

Marinus Ruppert, Dutch chairman (CNV)/trade union leader

1912-12-08

Mervin Bradner, State of the Union

1913-01-13

Jeff Morrow, NYC, actor (Bart-Union Pacific, Temperatures Rising)

1915-07-15

Ron Smith, union leader (British Postal Workers)

1915-11-05

Moe Biller, NYC, labor union officer (AFL-CIO, Postal Workers)

1915-9-10

Merlyn Nelson, Western Union

1916-02-17

Alexander Obolensky, Russian prince and famed Rugby Union footballer who played for England.(d. 1940)

1916-03-16

Lloyd McBride, union president (United Steelworkers)

1916-12-08

Dorothy Mae Ballard, labor union rep

1916-12-20

Michel Chartrand, Quebec union leader

1918-03-18

Yevgeny Pepelyaev, Bodaybo, Irkutsk, Soviet Union, fighter pilot, (d. 2013)

1919-04-02

Antoon J Hubben, Dutch mayor (Maasbree)/trade union leader

1920-05-20

William Simpson, British trade union leader

1920-06-02

Fred Graff, Union Station

1920-06-15

George Ernest Leslie, trade union official

1922-03-12

Lane Kirkland, union president (AFL-CIO)

1922-07-15

Jef Houthuys, chairman Belgian labor union (ACV 1968-87)

1922-08-02

Lord Murray of Epping Forest [Lionel], Hadley, Telford, British labour politician and union leader (General Secretary TUC)

1922-08-12

Andre Kloos, Dutch trade union leader (NVV/VARA)

1922-08-23

Jack Boddy, British trade union leader

1923-03-17

Margaret Bondfield, 1st woman chairman (Trades Union Congress)

1924-01-03

Henry M Fazzie, S Afr Union/UDF-leader

1924-02-18

Louis Laberge, Quebec labour union leader (d. 2002)

1924-06-12

George Bush, CNN: The 1992 State of the Union Address

1924-9-16

Nelson Benton, The State of the Union Is Not Good

1925-02-20

Heinz Kluncker, German trade union leader

1925-04-09

Tom Jackson, British union leader (Post Office)

1925-06-11

Richard White, Gisborne, New Zealand, rugby union player (55 games as an All Black), (d. 2012)

1926-05-10

Duncan Watson, president (World Blind Union)

1928-01-28

MG Falcon, CEO (Norwich Union Insurance Group)

1929-03-06

Tom Foley, CNN: The 1992 State of the Union Address

1929-10-22

Lev Yashin, Soviet-Russian football goalkeeper (Soviet Union 1954-1967)

1929-11-27

Billy Nair, S Afr union/SACP leader (20 yrs in Robbeneiland Prison)

1930-04-15

Elijah Barayi, head of South Africa union centre (COSATU)

1930-08-27

John Daly, British trade union leader

1931-03-02

Mikhail Gorbachev, Privolnoye USSR, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1985-91)

1932-07-27

Curnick M Ndlovu, Jailed South Africian worker's union leader

1932-08-11

Wilson "Papa" Godett, Curacaos worker's union leader/boxer

1933-08-02

Alan Tuffin, trade union leader

1934-07-15

Simon Gournlay, president (British National Farmer's Union)

1935-11-16

Elizabeth Drew, The State of the Union Is Not Good

1937-05-15

Patti Brady, State of the Union

1937-08-02

Alan Tuffin, trade union leader

1937-10-04

Franz Vranitzky, Austria union chancellor (1986- )

1939-04-16

Reinier Lucassen, Dutch painter (Kuifje contra James Union)

1939-10-11

Franklin A Sonn, union leader (South African workers)

1940-02-25

George Paul, CEO (Norwich Union Insurance Group)

1940-07-11

Yvon Charbonneau, French Canadian union leader and politician

1941-03-19

Lord Vestey, British food magnate/billionaire (Union International)

1941-05-19

Jimmy Hoffa Jr, son of Jimmy Hoffa/Teamster union leader

1941-06-16

Aldrich Ames, CIA officer and spy for the Soviet Union

1941-08-10

Kees van Kooten, Dutch TV host/founder (Simplistic Union)

1942-07-14

Javier Solana, Spanish European Union foreign policy chief

1942-10-17

Gary Puckett, vocalist (& Union Gap-Woman Woman, Young Girl)

1944-10-10

Christopher N Dlamini, South African union/SACP-leader

1945-07-12

Dimitar Penev, Bulgaria soccer player/union coach (Lokomotiv/CSKA)

1945-08-07

Kerry Chater, rocker (Gary Puckett & Union Gap-Young Girl)

1945-10-24

Gérald Larose, Quebec labour union executive

1945-12-28

Dwight Bement, rocker (Gary Puckett & Union Gap-Young Girl)

1946-02-08

Paul Wheatbread, rocker (Gary Puckett & Union Gap-Young Girl)

1946-08-04

Barry Sigismondi, xXx: State of the Union

1947-02-20

Peter Strauss, xXx: State of the Union

1948-01-17

Alexander "Alec" Erwin, South African worker's union leader

1948-06-19

Marcus Reichert, Union City

1948-07-27

Peggy Fleming, Peggy Fleming Visits the Soviet Union

1948-10-21

Moses J "Moss" Mayekiso, South African union/SACP-leader

1949-06-13

Dennis Locorriere, Union City NJ, rock guitarist (Dr Hook)

1949-08-03

Valeri Vasiliev, Gorky Soviet Union, ice hockey defenceman (2x oly gold), (d. 2012)

1950-05-23

Martin McGuinness, At the Edge of the Union

1951-04-07

John Dittrich, Union NJ, country singer (Restless Heart-Wheels)

1951-04-24

Andrew John Fairclough, trade union educator

1951-10-09

Robert Wuhl, Union NJ, actor (Bull Durham, Good Morning Vietnam)

1952-11-17

M Cyril Ramaphosa, sec-gen of South African Mine Workers' Union

1953-02-02

James Mndaweni, South African worker's union leader/president (NACTU)

1953-02-15

Gregory Campbell, At the Edge of the Union

1953-06-26

Ralph Ezell, Union Miss, singer (Shenandoah-Sunday in the South)

1954-12-22

Jayaseelan Naidoo, South African worker's union leader

1956-05-13

Christine Bravo, Union libre

1957-03-11

Elena Donaldson-Akhmilovskaya, Leningrad, Soviet Union, Chess Grandmaster, (d. 2012)

1958-02-27

Naas Botha, South African rugby union footballer

1958-08-31

Serge Blanco, French rugby union footballer

1959-07-24

Edward Liddie, Union Ga, Judo fighter (Olympic-bronze-1984)

1960-02-15

Jock Hobbs [Michael], chairman of the New Zealand Rugby Union and 21 test All Black, (d. 2012)

1960-08-28

Cunningham T Ngcukana, South African worker's union leader

1960-12-29

Thomas Lubanga, founder and leader of Union of Congolese Patriots

1961-10-05

David Kirk, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1962-10-21

David Campese, Australian rugby union footballer

1963-06-19

Rory Underwood, English rugby union footballer

1963-08-08

Ron Karkovice, Union NJ, catcher (Chicago White Sox)

1964-9-27

Ron Klepper, Union Square

1965-03-12

Steve Finley, Union City TN, outfielder (San Diego Padres)

1965-05-12

Steve Finley, Union City TN, outfielder (San Diego Padres)

1965-07-28

Chepell Chase, State of the Black Union: Jamestown - Memorable Moments

1966-07-27

Al Charron, Rugby Union forward (Canada)

1968-05-03

Stefanie Zadravec, Approaching Union Square

1968-05-20

Waisale Serevi, Fijian rugby union and rugby sevens footballer

1968-10-28

Marc Lièvremont, French rugby union footballer and coach

1969-11-09

Sonny Dykes, 2011 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

1972-04-22

Owen Finegan, Australian rugby union footballer

1972-08-10

Lawrence Dallaglio, English rugby union footballer

1972-10-29

Gabrielle Union, American actress

1972-10-29

Gabrielle Union, Bad Boys II

1972-10-31

Matt Dawson, English rugby union footballer

1973-02-27

Mark Taylor, Welsh rugby union footballer

1973-05-14

Julian White, English rugby union footballer

1973-10-27

Alison "Ali" Malyn Shumate, Union City Tenn, Miss America-Tenn (1996)

1974-07-16

Wendell Sailor, Australian rugby league and union footballer

1975-01-02

Reuben Thorne, New Zealand rugby union player

1975-05-12

Jonah Lomu, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1975-05-30

Andrew Farrell, English rugby league and union footballer

1975-11-24

Gavin Lindsay Goode, xXx: State of the Union

1975-12-03

Rafael Lozada, Approaching Union Square

1976-02-12

Christian Cullen, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1976-06-19

Dave Lopez, xXx: State of the Union

1976-11-30

Josh Lewsey, English rugby union footballer

1976-12-03

Byron Kelleher, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1976-12-05

Xavier Garbajosa, French rugby union footballer

1977-01-21

Al Baxter, Australian rugby union footballer

1977-01-22

Jono Gibbes, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1977-05-11

Victor Matfield, South African rugby union footballer

1977-08-29

Chris J. Johnson, xXx: State of the Union

1977-11-28

Greg Somerville, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1977-12-08

Sébastien Chabal, French rugby union footballer

1977-12-13

Peter Stringer, Irish rugby union footballer

1977-9-26

Brandon Bautista, Non-Union

1978-03-04

Denis Dallan, Italian rugby union footballer

1978-08-21

Peter Buxton, English rugby union player

1978-09-05

Chris Jack, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1978-09-14

Ben Cohen, English rugby union footballer

1978-09-21

Doug Howlett, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1978-10-18

Mike Tindall, English rugby union player

1978-9-17

Brandee Burnam, The Union

1979-01-21

Brian O'Driscoll, Irish rugby union footballer

1979-05-04

Lesley Vainikolo, Tongan born rugby union and rugby league player

1979-06-04

Daniel Vickerman, Australian rugby union player

1979-06-21

Ryan Butler, A Union in Wait

1979-10-01

Marko Stanojevic, English-born Italian rugby union footballer

1980-02-20

Imanol Harinordoquy, French rugby union footballer

1980-03-14

Ben Herring, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1980-04-12

Shaun C. Grenan, The Union

1980-05-14

Hugo Southwell, Scottish rugby union footballer

1980-06-12

Marco Bortolami, Italian rugby union player

1980-06-14

Adam Scorgie, The Union: The Business Behind Getting High

1980-06-20

Carlo Festuccia, Italian rugby union footballer

1980-11-04

Jerry Collins, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1981-01-05

Corey Flynn, New Zealand rugby union footballer

1981-01-15

Sean Lamont, Scottish rugby union footballer

1981-08-31

Dwayne Peel, Welsh rugby union footballer

1982-01-05

Morgan Turinui, Battle of the Footy Codes: Rugby Union

1982-03-24

Marc A. Hermann, The Union

1982-04-06

Theresa Musick, The Union

1982-04-15

Shannon Dollison, Union Square

1982-05-21

Ma'a Nonu, Wellington, New Zealand rugby union player and All Black (2003-)

1983-07-26

Mike Dwyer, Union Furnace

1984-02-21

Andrew Ellis, New Zealand rugby union player

1984-12-02

Brandon Davis, 2006 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

1985-05-15

Sally Golan, Union

1985-12-14

Tom Smith, Welsh rugby union footballer

1986-04-23

Britt Davis, 2006 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

1986-05-18

Ryan Lamb, English rugby union player

1986-07-12

JP Pietersen, South African rugby union footballer

1986-09-01

Anthony Allen, English rugby union player

1986-11-05

Kasper Schmeichel, The Goalkeepers' Union

1987-03-08

Caleb Brown, Battle of the Footy Codes: Rugby Union

1987-05-14

Francois Steyn, South African rugby union footballer

1987-09-13

Luke Fitzgerald, Irish rugby union footballer

1987-11-02

Danny Cipriani English rugby union player.

1991-07-03

Ik Enemkpali, 2011 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

Union - Notable Weddings

Samuel GompersJan 28, 1867

Joseph StalinJul 28, 1906

Whoopi GoldbergOct 1, 1994

Marion JonesFeb 24, 2007

James GandolfiniAug 30, 2008

Union - Weddings
Date Event
1867-01-28

Labor union leader Samuel Gompers (17) weds co-worker Sophia Julian (16) in Brooklyn, New York

1906-07-28

Soviet Union Premier Joseph Stalin (27) weds Ekaterina Svanidze (21) at St. David's Church in Tiflis

1969-09-08

Polish politician and trade-union organizer Lech Walesa (25) weds Danuta Golos (20)

1994-10-01

Actress Whoopi Goldberg (38) weds labor union organizer Lyle Trachtenberg in California

2005-10-22

"Extra" reporter Carlos Diaz weds Adrienne Allen at Union Station's Grand Hall in Indianapolis, Indiana

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

2008-08-30

"The Sopranos" actor James Gandolfini (46) weds former model Deborah Lin (40) at Central Union Church in Honolulu, Hawaii

Union - Notable Deaths

Ulysses S. GrantJul 23, 1885

George McClellanOct 29, 1885

William Tecumseh ShermanFeb 14, 1891

Joseph StalinMar 5, 1953

Union - Deaths
Date Event
1861-06-05

John Garland, US Union colonel/brig-general, dies in battle

1861-08-10

Nathaniel Lyon, US Union brig-gen, dies in battle at 43

1862-01-20

Felix Zollicoffer, Gen killed after mistakenly riding into Union lines

1862-03-02

Frederick West Lander, US Union brig-general/poet, dies at 40

1862-03-07

John Baillie McIntosh, US general-major (Union Army), dies at 32

1862-04-25

Charles Ferguson Smith, US Union Gen-Maj, dies of infection at 55

1862-05-18

William H Keim, US Union brig-general, dies in battle at 48

1862-08-05

Thomas Williams, US Union brig-general, dies in battle at 47

1862-08-09

Joseph Bennett Plummer, US Union-brig-gen, dies at 42 or 46

1862-08-22

Henry Bohlen, German/US brig-general (Union), dies in battle at 51

1862-08-31

George William Taylor, US Union brig-general, dies in battle

1862-09-01

Isaac Ingalls Stevens, US Union general-major, dies in battle at 44

1862-09-01

Philip "Phil" Kearny, US Union general-major, dies in battle at 48

1862-09-14

Jesse Lee Reno, Union general-major (Reno Nevada), dies at 39

1862-09-29

William "Bull" Nelson, Union general-major, murdered at 38

1862-09-30

Isaac Peace Rodman, banker/Union brig-gen, dies of injury at about 40

1862-10-03

Pleasant Adam Hackleman, Union brig-general, dies in battle at 47

1862-10-08

James Streshley Jackson, attorney/Union-brig-gen, dies in battle at 39

1862-10-08

William Rufus Terrill, Union brig-general, dies in battle at 28

1862-10-30

Ormsby Mcknight Mitchel, US astronomer/Union-general-major, dies at 53

1862-11-06

Charles Davis Jameson, US Union brig-gen (Fair Oaks), dies at 35

1862-12-07

Sylvester Churchill, US Union brig-general, dies

1862-12-13

Conrad Feger Jackson, US Union Brig-General, dies in Battle of Fredericksburg at 49

1862-12-14

George Dashiell Bayard, Union Brigadier General, dies at 27

1862-12-31

Joshua Woodrow Sill, US Union brig-general, dies in Battle of Stone's River at 31

1863-03-21

Edwin Vose Sumner, US Union-general-major (Fair Oaks), dies at 66

1863-03-28

James Cooper, US attorney/senator/Union-brig-general, dies at 52

1863-05-07

Amiel Weeks Whipple, US Union gen-major, dies of injuries at 46

1863-05-27

Edward Payson Chapin, Union Brigadier General, dies at 31

1863-05-28

Edmund Kirby Jr, Union-brig-gen, dies of injuries at 23

1863-06-09

Benjamin Franklin "Grimes" Davis, Union major, dies in battle at 30

1863-06-26

Andrew Hull Foote, US Union lt admiral, dies

1863-07-01

John Fulton Reynolds, Union general-major, dies in battle at 42

1863-07-02

Stephen Hinsdale Weed, US Union brig-general, dies in battle at 28

1863-07-03

Alonzo Hersford Cushing, US Union lt, dies in battle at about 22

1863-07-03

Samuel Kosciuzko Zook, US Union general-major, dies in battle at 40

1863-07-04

Paul Joseph Revere, US grandson of Paul Revere/Union brig-gen, dies

1863-07-06

Strong Vincent, US Union brig-general, dies

1863-07-29

Edward Needle Kirk, US Union brig-general, dies in battle at about 35

1863-07-30

George Crockett Strong, US Union gen-mjr, dies of injuries at 29

1863-08-18

Thomas Welsh, US Union brig-general (Antietam), dies at 39

1863-10-31

Louis Ludwig Blenker, German/US brig-general (Union), dies at 51

1863-12-22

Michael Corcoran, Union brig-general, dies at 36

1864-01-24

Stephen Gardner Champlin, brig-general (Union), dies at about 36

1864-03-03

Ulric Dahlgren, Union colonel, dies in battle at 21

1864-04-22

Joseph Gilbert Totten, US Union general-major, dies at 76

1864-05-05

Alexander Hays, US Union-general-major, dies in battle at 44

1864-05-06

Henry Livermore Abbott, US Union brig-general, dies in battle

1864-05-08

James Samuel Wadsworth, gen-mjr (Union), dies in battle at 56

1864-05-09

"Uncle" John Sedgwick, US Union general-major, dies in battle at 50

1864-05-09

Thomas Donnely Doubleday, US Union Col, dies in an accident

1864-05-10

James Clay Rice, lawyer/Union brig-general, dies in battle at 34

1864-05-10

Thomas Greeley Stevenson, Union brig-general, dies at about 27

1864-05-14

William N Green Jr, Union brig-general, dies

1864-05-28

Henry H Giesy, US Union-brig-general, dies in battle

1864-06-03

James P McMahon, US Union colonel (164th NY), dies in battle

1864-06-03

Peter A Porter, US Union colonel (8th NY), dies in battle

1864-06-19

George Lincoln Prescott, US Union brig-gen, dies of injuries

1864-06-27

Charles Garrison Harker, US Union-brig-general, dies in battle at 26

1864-07-06

Samuel Allen Rice, US Union brig-gen, dies of injuries at 36

1864-07-17

Daniel McCook Jr, US Union-brig-gen, dies at 29

1864-07-22

James Birdseye Mcpherson, US Union gen-major, dies in battle at 35

1864-08-05

Griffin A Stedman, Union-brig-gen (Fort Stedman), dies in battle at 26

1864-08-15

Daniel Phineas Woodbury, US engineer/Union general-major, dies

1864-08-20

Daniel Chaplin, US Union brig-general, dies

1864-09-19

David Allen Russell, US Union general-major, dies in battle at 43

1864-09-29

Hiram Burnham, US Union-colonel (Chancellorsville), dies in battle

1864-10-07

Alexander Gardiner, US Union brig-general, dies in battle

1864-10-08

Thomas Jonathan Coffin Amory, US Union-brig-general, dies at about 34

1864-10-18

David Bell Birney, US lawyer/Union general-major, dies at 39

1865-04-09

Thomas Alfred Smyth, Irish/US Union general-major, dies at 32

1865-04-22

Francis Washburn, US Union colonel/gen major, dies of injuries

1865-06-13

Cleaveland J Campbell, Union brig-general, dies at about 29

1865-07-30

George Wright, US Union brig-general, dies at 61

1865-08-26

Marcellus Monroe Crocker, US attorney/Union brig-general, dies at 35

1865-09-20

William H Revere Jr, US Union brig-general, dies

1866-12-26

Samuel Ryan Curtis, Union general-major, dies at 49

1870-02-26

Wyatt Outlaw, black leader of Union League in NC, lynched

1881-03-15

Emory Upton, US Union gen-maj (Selma), commits suicide at 42

1881-09-13

Ambrose Everett Burnside, US Union general, dies at 57

1885-07-23

Ulysses S. Grant, 18th US President (1869-77) and Union general, dies of esophageal cancer in Mount McGregor NY at 63

1885-10-29

George McClellan, Union army major general, dies of a heart attack at 58

1886-07-05

Henry Gerhard, founder (Social-Democratic Union), dies at 57

1891-02-13

David Dixon Porter, US rear admiral (Union), dies at 77

1891-02-14

William Tecumseh Sherman, Union Civil War General, dies at 71

1893-04-27

John Murray Corse, US general (Union), dies on his 58th birthday

1898-03-11

William Rosecrans, American Civil War Union general (b. 1819)

1898-09-05

Sarah Emma Evelyn Edmonds, disguised as man fought for union, dies

1913-07-07

Edward Burd Grubb, American Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General (b.1841)

1914-02-24

Joshua Chamberlain, Civil War hero for the Union on Little Round Top at the Battle of Gettysburg

1916-01-03

Grenville M. Dodge, American Civil War Union Army Major General (b. 1831)

1916-10-16

Klaas/old stick Kater, christian worker's union leader, dies at 73

1917-08-15

Thomas J. Higgins, decorated Union Army soldier (b. 1831)

1920-04-29

William Henry Seward, Jr., Union Brigadier General in the American Civil War (b. 1839)

1931-11-02

Arthur James Cook, union leader (coal miners), dies at 47

1932-07-22

Roosje Vos, Dutch trade union leader, dies at 71

1932-07-22

Roses Fox, Trade union leader, dies at 71

1934-09-02

James Allan, New Zealand rugby union player, All Black (b. 1860)

1937-06-12

Mikhail Tukhachevsky, Marshal of the Soviet Union (b. 1893)

1940-03-29

Alexander Obolensky, Russian prince and famed Rugby Union footballer who played for England.(b. 1916)

1942-12-14

Eduard C "Edo" Fimmen, Dutch trade union leader, dies at 61

1943-02-18

Henri Polak, Dutch union leader/politician (soc-dem), dies at 74

1943-07-17

Sir Patrick Duncan, Governor-general of the Union of South Africa (1937 to 1943), dies at 72

1949-02-09

Earl Dobbins, Western Union

1952-01-08

Joseph Arendt, Belgian worker's union leader, dies at 66

1952-11-21

William Green, union chairman (AFL 1924-52), dies at 79

1953-03-05

Joseph Stalin, Premier of the Soviet Union (1941-53), dies at 73

1954-12-16

Boone Hazlett, Western Union

1956-08-02

Albert Woolson, last veteran US Union army, dies at 109

1956-11-02

Leo Baeck, Pres of World Union for Progressive Judaism, dies at 83

1960-11-15

Don Dunning, Union Station

1962-01-09

LeRoy B Shield, US pianist/composer (Union Pacific Suite), dies at 68

1962-07-20

Andre Renard, Belgium worker's union leader (MSU), dies at 51

1963-07-10

Teddy Wakelam, English sports broadcaster and rugby union player (b. 1893)

1968-02-11

Howard Lindsay, US playwright (State of the Union), dies at 78

1970-05-09

Walter P Reuther, US worker's union leader/president (CIO), dies

1972-04-15

Otto Brenner, German trade union leader, dies at 64

1980-07-29

Kaarlo Valkama, Calamari Union

1980-10-01

George Meany, union pres (AFL-CIO), dies at 86

1981-07-13

A.C. Zoulis, Union Pacific

1981-09-13

William Loeb, publisher of Manchester Union Leader, NH, dies at 75

1982-02-05

Neil Aggett, South African worker's union leader, commits suicide

1982-12-08

Cyrill Daal, Suriname worker's union leader, murdered

1983-01-07

August Cool, Belgian trade union leader, dies at 79

1983-02-05

Derk Roemers, Dutch union leader/politician (soc dem), dies at 67

1984-10-21

Thomas Walsh, Union Station

1985-05-14

Mohammed Munir, Indonesian worker's union leader, executed

1986-03-28

Virginia Gilmore, actress (Jennie, Western Union), dies

1986-06-17

Jef Keuleers, Belgian worker's union leader, dies at 75

1986-11-13

Rolando Olalia, Philippines worker's union leader, murdered

1988-02-13

Nelson Benton, The State of the Union Is Not Good

1988-06-13

Mervin Bradner, State of the Union

1989-11-08

Andre Kloos, Dut trade union leader (NVV)/chairman (VARA), dies at 67

1990-07-29

Bruno Kreisky, union chancellor Austria, dies

1991-03-14

Jef Houthuys, Belgian union leader (ACV, 1968-87), dies at 68

1991-03-26

Frans Dohmen, union leader (Neth Catholic Mine Workers), dies at 81

1992-02-27

Marinus Ruppert, Dutch trade union leader (CNV), dies at 80

1993-09-03

Leon Liebgold, Pol/US actor/chairman (Hebrew Actors Union), dies at 83

1993-12-09

Danny Blanchflower, North Ireland soccer/union coach, dies at 67

1996-01-08

Kurt Schmucker, member (Union of Christian Democrats), dies

1996-11-17

Andrew John Fairclough, trade union educator, dies at 45

1996-11-27

George Ernest Leslie, trade union official, dies at 76

1999-01-19

Ivan Francescato, Italian rugby union footballer (b. 1967)

2000-07-28

Merlyn Nelson, Western Union

2003-03-30

Valentin Pavlov, Prime Minister of the Soviet Union (b. 1937)

2004-05-11

Mick Doyle, Irish rugby union footballer and coach

2004-05-18

Serge Turgeon, Quebec actor and union leader (b. 1946)

2004-05-20

Lord Murray of Epping Forest, British labour politician and union leader, dies of emphysema and pneumonia at 82

2005-01-19

Bill Andersen, New Zealand communist and trade union leader (b. 1924)

2005-01-24

Chalkie White, English rugby union coach (b. 1929)

2007-10-31

Ray Gravell, Welsh rugby union footballer (b. 1951)

2007-11-23

Pat Walsh, New Zealand rugby union footballer (b. 1936)

2008-01-01

Pratap Chandra Chunder, union minister of India (b. 1919)

2008-08-20

Gene Upshaw, American football player and union leader (b. 1945)

2008-09-06

Fred Graff, Union Station

2008-12-13

John Drake, New Zealand rugby union footballer (b. 1959)

2012-03-10

Richard White, New Zealand rugby union player, dies at 86

2012-03-13

Jock Hobbs [Michael], New Zealand Rugby Union chairman and All Black, dies from leukemia at 52

2012-11-27

Marvin Miller, American union leader, dies at 95

2013-10-18

Tom Foley, CNN: The 1992 State of the Union Address

2016-06-07

Victor Korchnoi, chess grandmaster who defected from Soviet Union, dies aged 85


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