famous people with sept 14th bday?

anyone know of any?

i think former pres garfield was born on that day. and i just learned pop tarts were born that day.

anything else good happen (besides me)??? ;)

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    1975 Mother Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton canonized as 1st US-born saint

    1973 Terrell Fletcher, NFL running back (SD Chargers)

    1972 Donnell Bennett, NFL fullback (KC Chiefs)

    1972 David Bell, Cincinnati Ohio, infielder (St Louis Cardinals)

    1971 Mario Henry, NFL wide receiver (Buffalo Bills, Atlanta Falcons)

    1971 Kimberly Williams, actress (Father of the Bride)

    1971 Jonathan "Adam" Holland, Philadelphia, rower (Olympics-1996)

    1970 Satoshi Kojima, wrestler (NJPW)

    1968 Pete Chilcutt, NBA forward (Vancouver Grizzlies)

    1968 Ginger Helgeson Nielson, St Cloud Minn, tennis star

    1968 Dan Cortese, actor/TV host (Jess Hanson-Melrose Place)

    1967 John Smit, soccer player (NAC)

    1965 Troy Neel, baseball player

    1964 Kurt Gouveia, NFL linebacker (Phila Eagles)

    1964 Faith Ford, Louisiana, actress (Another World, Corky-Murphy Brown)

    1963 Jaromir Dragan, Liptovsky CZE, hockey goalie (Team Slovakia 1998)

    1963 Antonia Real, Spain, 400m freestyle (Olympic-1976)

    1961 Antonia De Sancha, London England, lover of Brit MP David Mellor

    1960 Anthony Addabbo, actor (Jason-Generations)

    1959 Morten Harket, Konigsberg Norway, rocker (Aha-Take on Me)

    1959 Mary Crosby, LA Calif, actress (Kristin-Dallas, Ice Pirates)

    1958 John Bennett Herrington, Wetumka OK, Lt Cmdr USN/astronaut

    1957 Jerry Don Gleaton, baseball player

    1957 Tim Wallach, Huntington Park, infielder (California Angels)

    1956 Joe Penny, London, actor (Gangster Wars, Riptide, Jake & the Fatman)

    1954 Barry Cowsill, Newport RI, rock bassist (Cowsills-We Can Fly)

    1952 Margit Schumann, German DR, luge (Olympic-gold-1976)

    1951 Eugene H Trinh, Saigon Vietnam, PhD/astronaut (STS 50)

    1950 Paul Kossoff, London England, rock guitarist (Free)

    1949 Steve Gaines, Seneca Mo, rock vocalist (Lynyrd Skynyrd)

    1948 Fred "Sonic" Smith, guitarist

    1947 Joan Thirkettle, journalist

    1947 Jon "Bowser" Bauman, Queens NY, singer (Sha Na Na)

    1947 Sam Neill, Northern Ireland, actor (Jurassic Park, Dead Calm, Piano)

    1947 Wolfgang Schwartz, Austria, figure skater (Olympic-gold-1968)

    1944 Joey Heatherton, Rockville Center NY, dancer/actress (Bluebeard)

    1942 Oliver Eugene Lake, composer

    1942 Kuldar Sink, composer

    1940 Leo H Ferrier, Suriname writer (Atman)

    1940 Larry Brown, NBA player/NBA coach (NY Knicks)

    1939 DeWitt T Weaver Jr, Danville KY, PGA golfer (1972 Southern Open)

    1939 Piet R Stoffelen, Dutch ambassador/MP (PvdA)

    1938 Walter Koenig, Chicago Ill, actor (Checkov-Star Trek)

    1938 Nicol Williamson, Scotland, actor (Excalibur, Robin & Marian, Spawn)

    1936 Stan Williams, baseball pitcher (NY Yankees, LA Dodgers)

    1936 Terence Daniel Donovan, photographer

    1934 Sarah Kofman, philosopher

    1934 Kate Millett, St Paul Minn, feminist/author (Sexual Politics)

    1934 Hans Faverey, Dutch poet

    1933 Harve Presnell, Modesto Calif, actor (Unsinkable Molly Brown)

    1933 Zoe Caldwell, Australia, actress (Prime of Miss Jean Brodie)

    1932 Joshua Culbreath, Penn, 400m hurdler (Olympic-bronze-1956)

    1932 Harry Sinden, NHL player/coach (Team Canada)

    1929 Mel Hancock, (Rep-R-Missouri)

    1929 John Gutfreund

    1928 Albert Shanker, American labor leader (Amer Fed of Teachers)

    1928 Angus Ogilvy, son of English princess Alexandra

    1928 John Reginald "Nat" Allen, planning enforcement officer/climber

    1926 Richard Elsasser, composer

    1926 Hovhannes Gorgeni Ter-T'at'evosyan, composer

    1925 Ruth Mompati, S Afr sec of Nelson Mandela/W Sisulu

    1925 M L de Braauw, Dutch minister (DS'70)

    1924 John Michael Grimes, set Designer

    1924 Jerry Coleman, 2nd baseman/sportscaster (NY Yankees, SD Padres)

    1922 Michel Auclair, [Vujovic], Germany, actor (Story of a Love Story)

    1921 Hughes Rudd, TV newscaster (CBS/ABC)

    1920 Bud Palmer, Hollywood Calif, NBAer (NY Knicks)/sportscaster

    1919 Deryck Victor Cooke, composer

    1918 Jack Somack, Chic Ill, actor (Ball Four, Stockard Channing Show)

    1916 Eric Bentley, England, critic/writer (In Search of Theater)

    1915 Douglas Kennedy, NY, actor (Lone Ranger & Lost City of Gold)

    1914 Pietro Germi, Genoa Italy, actor/director (Divorce Italian Style)

    1914 Michael Spisak, composer

    1914 Kay Medford, NYC, actress (Dean Martin Show, To Rome With Love)

    1913 Jacobo Arbenz, president of Guatemala (1951-54); overthrown by CIA

    1910 Rolf Liebermann, Zrich Switzerland, composer (Leonore)

    1910 Lehman Engel, Jackson Miss, conductor/comp (Streetcar Named Desire)

    1910 Gaston Deferre, French politician

    1908 Clayton Moore, Chicago Ill, actor (Lone Ranger)

    1908 Bernie Green, NYC, orch leader (Arthur Godfrey Show, Garry Moore Show)

    1907 Cecil Brown, news correspondent (CBS)

    1907 A Cecil Snyder, Chief Justice of Puerto Rico

    1904 Anton Zischka, Austrian writer (Lebendiges Europa)

    1904 Gaston Vandermeulen, Flemish actor (Heilig Experiment)

    1904 Richard Mohaupt, Breslau Germany, composer (Bucolica)

    1900 Sidney Marion, MA, entertainer

    1899 Hal Wallis, movie producer (Maltese Falcon, Barefoot in the Park)

    1887 Stanley "Midnight Assassin" Ketchel, HW boxing champ (1908-10)

    1887 Karl Taylor Compton, physicist/atomic bomb scientist

    1886 Jan Garrique Masaryk, Czech, statesman/minister to London (1918-35)

    1885 Vittorio Gui, Italian conductor/composer (Batture d'aspetto)

    1883 Martin Dibelius, German theologist (Die Lade Jahwes)

    1882 Harald Fryklof, composer

    1880 Paul Fechter, German writer (Der Zauberer Gottes)

    1879 Margaret Sanger, feminist/nurse/birth control proponent

    1867 Charles Dana Gibson, illustrator, drew "Gibson Girl"

    1864 Lord Cecil of Chelwood, UK, help form League of Nations (Nobel 1937)

    1864 Robert Cecil, viscount of Chelwood (Nobel 1937)

    1849 Ivan Pavlov, Russia, physiologist/pioneer in psychology (Nobel 1904)

    1840 George Elbridge Whiting, composer

    1838 John Pelham, Major (Confederate Army), died in 1863

    1836 Abraham PC Van Karnebeek, Dutch Foreign Minister (Liberal, 1918-27)

    1835 YES de Smit-Rog, oldest citizen of Netherlands (Died 5/30/1940)

    1835 Joseph Hayes, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1912

    1835 J A de Smit-Rog, oldest citizen of Netherlands (Died 1940)

    1819 Henry Jackson Hunt, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1889

    1817 Theodor Storm, German judge/author (Imense China)

    1792 Gino Capponi, Italian marquis/literary/premier of Toscane

    1768 Georg Johann Schinn, composer

    1761 Pavel Lambert Masek, composer

    1760 M Luigi CZS Cherubini, Italian prodigy/composer

    1748 Johann Paul Schulthesius, composer

    1742 James Wilson, Scot/US judge/signer (Declaration of Independence)

    1737 Johann Michael Haydn, composer

    1732 Franz Josef Haydn, Austria, composer (Die Sch”pfung)

    1722 Joseph Paul Ziegler, composer

    1644 Gijsbert Cuper, Dutch classicist/regent

    1547 Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, Dutch Grand Pensionary

    1531 Philipp Apianus, [Bennewitz/Bienewitz], German geography/cartographer

    1486 Agrippa von Nettesheim, German occultist/alchemist/royal astrologer

    Events which occurred on your SELECTED date of September 14:

    1998 Week of Fed Cup

    1997 Chicago Whites Sox retire Carlton Fisk's number, 72

    1997 Loren Roberts wins CVS Charity Golf Classic with a 266

    1997 Karrie Webb wins LPGA SAFECO Classic

    1997 Chicago Whites Sox retire Carlton Fisk's #72

    1997 Bank One Senior Golf Classic

    1997 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

    1996 Dean Headley takes 3rd cricket hat-trick of season, Kent v Hampshire

    1996 NY Met Todd Huntley sets record of 41 HRs by a catcher

    1996 Tara Dawn Holland (Kansas), 23, crowned 70th Miss America 1997

    1996 New York Met Todd Huntley sets record of 41 home runs by a catcher

    1996 A's Mark McGwire is 13th player to hit 50-HRs in a season

    1996 Dean Headley takes 3rd cricket hat-trick of season, Kent vs. Hampshire

    1994 All 28 baseball owners vote to cancel rest of 1994 season

    1992 1st subway car completed to be exported from US (to Taiwan)

    1992 1st subway car completed to be exported from U.S. (to Taiwan)

    1991 U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1991 386 yards and scored 7 touchdowns as the Aztecs beat Pacific 55-34

    1991 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1991 386 yards & scored 7 touchdowns as the Aztecs beat Pacific 55-34

    1991 Carolyn Suzanne Sapp (Hawaii), 24, crowned 65th Miss America 1992

    1991 Freshman Marshall Faulk of San Diego State rushed for NCAA record

    1991 Magic Johnson weds Erieatha "Cookie" Kelly

    1990 Ken Griffey, Sr & Jr, hit back-to-back HRs in 1st inning

    1990 Ken Griffey, Sr and Jr, hit back-to-back home runs in 1st inning

    1989 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1989 Jeff Reardon is 1st to record 30 saves in 5 consecutive seasons

    1989 Calgary Flames become 1st NHL team to play in USSR, win 4-2

    1989 Calgary Flames become 1st NHL team to play in U.S.S.R., win 4-2

    1989 U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1988 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR

    1988 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk U.S.S.R.

    1987 107th U.S. Mens Tennis: Ivan Lendl beats Mats Wilander (67 60 76 64)

    1987 Cal Ripken's streak of 8,243 consecutive innings (908 games) is broken

    1987 Ivan Lendl defeat Mats Wilander to win US Tennis Open in 4 hrs 47 mins

    1987 Toronto Blue Jays hit a record 10 home runs vs Baltimore Orioles

    1987 Ivan Lendl defeat Mats Wilander to win U.S. Tennis Open in 4 hours 47 mins

    1987 "Les Miserables," opens at Rock Theatre, Vigzinhaz Budapest

    1987 107th US Mens Tennis: Ivan Lendl beats Mats Wilander (67 60 76 64)

    1987 Toronto Blue Jays hit a record 10 HRs vs Baltimore Orioles

    1986 Bomb explosion on airport Kimpo at Seoul, 5 killed

    1986 Judy Dickinson wins LPGA SAFECO Golf Classic

    1986 Saskatchewan & Hamilton play 1st CFL regular-season overtime game

    1986 Bomb attack in Paris, 2 killed

    1986 Saskatchewan and Hamilton play 1st CFL regular-season overtime game

    1986 Bo Jackson's 1st HR-a 475-foot blast (longest at Royal Stadium)

    1985 Susan Akin (Miss), 21, crowned 59th Miss America 1986

    1984 1st MTV awards-Bette Midler & Dan Aykroyd host

    1984 1st MTV awards-Bette Midler and Dan Aykroyd host

    1983 U.S. House of Representatives votes, 416 to 0, in favor of a resolution condemning Russia for shooting down a Korean jetliner

    1983 US House of Representatives votes, 416 to 0, in favor of a resolution condemning Russia for shooting down a Korean jetliner

    1982 Trevor Baxter sets skateboard high jump record of 5' 5.7"

    1982 Cindy Nicholas of Canada makes her 19th swim of English Channel

    1982 36" snow (Red Lodge, MT)

    1981 Entertainment Tonight premieres on TV

    1980 "Charlie and Algernon" opens at Helen Hayes Theater New York City for 17 performances

    1980 Dwight Clark begins NFL streak of 105 consecutive game receptions

    1980 Donna Caponi Young wins LPGA United Virginia Bank Golf Classic

    1980 "Charlie & Algernon" opens at Helen Hayes Theater NYC for 17 perfs

    1979 Theodore Coombs completes 5,193 mile roller skate from LA to NYC & back to Yates Center, Ks

    1979 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR

    1979 Theodore Coombs completes 5,193 mile roller skate from LA to New York City and back to Yates Center, Ks

    1979 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk U.S.S.R.

    1978 Portugal govt of Da Costa falls

    1978 Braves' Jim Bouton, 38, beats Giants, his 1st win since 1970

    1978 Portugal government of Da Costa falls

    1977 Christmas Tinto sentenced to 7 years in Robbeneiland South Africa

    1975 Pope Paul VI declares Mother Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton 1st U.S. saint

    1975 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Southgate Golf Open

    1975 Pope Paul VI declares Mother Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton 1st US saint

    1975 Rembrandts "Nightwatch" slashed and damaged in Amsterdam

    1975 Rembrandts "Nightwatch" slashed & damaged in Amsterdam

    1975 Robin Yount breaks Mel Ott's record, playing in 242 games as a teen

    1974 Charles Kowal discovers Leda, 13th satellite of Jupiter

    1973 Pres Nixon signed into law a measure lifting pro football's blackout

    1973 Israel shoots down 13 Syrian MIG-21s

    1973 Indianapolis is awarded a WHA franchise

    1973 President Nixon signed into law a measure lifting pro football's blackout

    1972 Jason Miller's "That Championship Season," premieres in New York City

    1972 West Germany & Poland establish diplomatic relations

    1972 "Waltons" TV program premieres

    1972 Jason Miller's "That Championship Season," premieres in NYC

    1972 West Germany and Poland establish diplomatic relations

    1971 Cleve Indians & Wash Senators, play 20 innings

    1971 Cleveland Indians and Washington Senators, play 20 innings

    1970 Stevie Miracle marries Rita Wright, [Syreeta]

    1969 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Wendell-West Golf Open

    1969 Males of Swiss kanton Schaffhausen rejects female suffrage

    1968 1st broadcast of "60 Minutes" on CBS-TV

    1968 Detroit Tigers' Denny McLain's 30th victory of season

    1968 Dmitri Shostakovitch' 12th string quartet, premieres in Moscow

    1968 USSR's Zond 5 is launched on 1st circumlunar flight

    1968 U.S.S.R.'s Zond 5 is launched on 1st circumlunar flight

    1968 1st broadcast of 60 Minutes on CBS-TV

    1967 Melville Abrams Ball Field in Bronx named

    1967 Thomas Pell Wildlife Refuge & Sanctuary opens in Bronx

    1967 Thomas Pell Wildlife Refuge and Sanctuary opens in Bronx

    1965 4th meeting of 2nd Vatican council opened

    1965 "F-Troop" premieres

    1964 WCVE TV channel 23 in Richmond, Virginia (PBS) begins broadcasting

    1964 Walt Disney awarded Medal of Freedom at White House

    1964 WCVE TV channel 23 in Richmond, VA (PBS) begins broadcasting

    1963 Mary Ann Fischer, Aberdeen, SD, gave birth to America's 1st surviving quintuplets, 4 girls & a boy

    1963 Mary Ann Fischer, Aberdeen, South Dakota, gave birth to America's 1st surviving quintuplets, 4 girls and a boy

    1962 U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1962 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1961 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR

    1961 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya U.S.S.R.

    1961 Dmitri Shostakovitch becomes member of CP of U.S.S.R.

    1961 Dmitri Shostakovitch becomes member of CP of USSR

    1960 Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) forms

    1960 Coup under Col Joseph-Desire Mobutu in Congo

    1960 Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi-Arabia and Venezuela form OPEC

    1960 KERA TV channel 13 in Dallas, Texas (PBS) begins broadcasting

    1960 Chubby Checker's "Twist" hits #1

    1960 Coup under Col Joseph-Desir‚ Mobutu in Congo

    1960 Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi-Arabia & Venezuela form OPEC

    1960 KERA TV channel 13 in Dallas, TX (PBS) begins broadcasting

    1959 Soviet Union's Luna-2 is 1st spacecraft to land on the Moon

    1959 WQEX TV channel 16 in Pittsburgh, PA (PBS) begins broadcasting

    1959 WQEX TV channel 16 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PBS) begins broadcasting

    1958 Yankees win 24th pennant, and 9th under Casey Stengel

    1958 WTAE TV channel 4 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (ABC) begins broadcasting

    1958 Yankees win 24th pennant, & 9th under Casey Stengel

    1958 WTAE TV channel 4 in Pittsburgh, PA (ABC) begins broadcasting

    1958 Jackie Pung wins LPGA Jackson Golf Open

    1957 Great Britain performs nuclear test at Maralinga Australia

    1957 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1957 UN resolution deplores & condemns USSR invasion of Hungary

    1957 U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1957 U.N. resolution deplores and condemns U.S.S.R. invasion of Hungary

    1956 1st prefrontal lobotomy performed, Washington DC

    1956 1st prefrontal lobotomy performed, Washington D.C.

    1955 Herb Score sets rookie record of 235 strikeouts (en route 245)

    1954 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test

    1954 Hurricane Edna (2nd of 1954) hits New York City, $50 million damage

    1954 B Britten's opera "Turn of the Screw," premieres in Venice

    1954 USSR performs nuclear test

    1954 Hurricane Edna (2nd of 1954) hits NYC, $50 million damage

    1954 Giants' Willie Mays gets 82nd extra-base hit, breaks Mel Ott's record

    1953 Comedians Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara marry

    1953 Yanks clinch 5th straight pennant with 8-5 win over Indians

    1953 Comedians Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara marry

    1951 Giant's Bob Niemans homers on his 1st 2 at bats

    1950 Western allies rearm West Germany

    1948 Milton Berle starts his TV career on Texaco Star Theater

    1948 Ground breaking ceremony for UN world headquarters

    1948 Gerald Ford upsets Rep Bartel J Jonkman in Mich 5th Dist Rep primary

    1948 Ground breaking ceremony for United Nations world headquarters

    1947 61st U.S. Womens Tennis: A Louise Brough beats M O duPont (86 46 61)

    1947 67th US Mens Tennis: Jack Kramer beats Frank A Parker (46 26 61 60 63)

    1947 61st US Womens Tennis: A Louise Brough beats M O duPont (86 46 61)

    1947 67th U.S. Mens Tennis: Jack Kramer beats Frank A Parker (46 26 61 60 63)

    1944 Hurricane hits New England: 389 die

    1944 Gulpen, Meerssen & Maastricht freed

    1944 6,500 Dutch/Indonesian captives sent to Junyo Maru

    1944 US 28th Infantry division occupies 1.5 km of Roscheid

    1944 Gulpen, Meerssen and Maastricht freed

    1944 US 4th Ivy League Inf division pushes through Westwall

    1944 U.S. 28th Infantry division occupies 1.5 km of Roscheid

    1944 U.S. 4th Ivy League Inf division pushes through Westwall

    1943 Comedians Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara marries

    1943 Yanks clinch pennant #14

    1943 Comedians Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara marries

    1942 Yanks clinch pennant #13

    1942 German troops occupy train station Stalingrad-1

    1942 Battle of Edson's Ridge (Japanese assault) at Guadalcanal

    1940 Congress passes 1st peace-time draft law

    1940 Congress passes 1st peace-time conscription bill (draft law)

    1940 German bomb hits shelter in Chelsea; 100s die

    1939 Minister Winston Churchill visits Scapa Flow

    1939 British fleet attacks German U-39 boat

    1938 Graf Zeppelin II, world's largest airship, makes maiden flight

    1936 Paul Waner ties Rogers Hornsby's NL record of 200 hits for 7 times

    1933 2 billion board feet of lumber destroyed in Tillamook Oregon fire

    1933 Schaduwproces-Rijksdagbrand opens in London

    1932 Military coup in Chile under Arturo Alessandri

    1930 Detroit Lions (as Portsmouth Spartans) play 1st NFL game, win 13-6

    1930 Nazis gain 107 seats in German election

    1929 A's clinch AL pennant with a 5-0 win over White Sox

    1929 49th US Mens Tennis: Bill Tilden beats Francis Hunter (36 63 46 62 64)

    1929 49th U.S. Mens Tennis: Bill Tilden beats Francis Hunter (36 63 46 62 64)

    1926 Guido Companions birthplace as a museum opens

    1924 Walter Johnson elected AL MVP

    1923 Miguel Primo de Rivera becomes dictator of Spain

    1923 Jack Dempsey KOs Luis Firpo in 2 for heavyweight boxing title

    1923 Red Sox 1st baseman George Burns pulls off an unassisted triple play

    1919 British regime forbids Sinn Fein Dail

    1919 British regime forbids Sinn Fein D il

    1917 Provisional government of Russia forms, Republic proclaimed

    1917 Kerenski regime declares Russian republic

    1916 Christy Mathewson pitches & wins his final game

    1916 Christy Mathewson pitches and wins his final game

    1914 German troops withdraw from Aisne/invent trenches

    1914 German staff-chief von Moltke replaces von Falkenhayn

    1913 Cubs Larry Cheney hurls record 14-hit shutout against Giants (7-0)

    1913 27th U.S. Womens Tennis: Mary K Browne beats Dorothy Green (62 75)

    1913 27th US Womens Tennis: Mary K Browne beats Dorothy Green (62 75)

    1905 Albert Cuypstrat street market in Amsterdam inaugurated

    1905 RAC Tourist Trophy, 1st run, on Isle of Man

    1905 Dutch AR-politician AWF Idenburg named governor of Suriname

    1903 NY Giant Red Ames no-hits St Louis, 5-0 in a 5 inning game

    1903 New York Giant Red Ames no-hits St. Louis, 5-0 in a 5 inning game

    1899 Henry Bliss becomes 1st automobile fatality (NY)

    1894 Hottentotten uprising in Southwest-Africa fails

    1892 AP Giannini marries Clorinda Cuneo

    1891 "Empire State Express" train goes from New York City to East Buffalo, a distance of 436 miles, in a record 7H6M

    1891 "Empire State Express" train goes from NYC to East Buffalo, a distance of 436 miles, in a record 7H6M

    1886 George K Anderson of Memphis, Tennessee patents typewriter ribbon

    1882 British General Wolseley reaches Cairo

    1876 Henry Morton Stanley's expedition leaves Rwanda

    1876 Leopold II closes Congo-conference

    1872 Britain pays U.S. $15 M for damages during Civil War

    1872 Britain pays US $15« M for damages during Civil War

    1868 Golf's 1st recorded hole-in-one (Tom Morris at Prestwick's 8th hole)

    1862 Skirmish at Mountain MD (Boonesboro, Crampton's Gap, Fox's Gap)

    1862 Federal troops escape from beleaguered Harpers Ferry West Virginia

    1862 Battle at Crampton's Gap: Union troops chases away Confederates

    1862 Battle at South Mountain: Union troops chases away Confederates

    1862 Battle of Munfordsville KY

    1856 Battle of San Jacinto, Nicaragua defeats invaders

    1854 Allied armies, including those of Britain & France, land in Crimea

    1854 Allied armies, including those of Britain and France, land in Crimea

    1852 18th Postmaster General: Samuel D Hubbard of Connecticut takes office

    1852 18th Postmaster General: Samuel D Hubbard of Conn takes office

    1848 Alexander Stewart opens 1st U.S. department store

    1848 Alexander Stewart opens 1st US dept store

    1847 U.S. Marines under General Scott enter Mexico City (halls of Montezuma)

    1847 US Marines under General Scott enter Mexico City (halls of Montezuma)

    1834 Charles Darwins company passes Tagua-tagua-more Chile

    1830 Princess WFLC Marianne marries Albrecht of Prussia

    1829 Peace of Adrianopel: ends Russian-Turkish war

    1814 Francis Scott Key inspired to write "Star-Spangled Banner"

    1812 Napoleon occupies Moscow and fires start (fire extinguished on the 19th)

    1812 Napoleon occupies Moscow & fires start (fire extinguished on the 19th)

    1807 Aaron Burr acquitted of a misdemeanor charge

    1759 Austrian troops occupy Dresden

    1752 US & England adopts Gregorian calender (no Sept 3-Sept 13th)

    1752 U.S. and England adopts Gregorian calender (no Sept 3-Sept 13th)

    1741 George Frederick Handel finishes "Messiah" oratorio, after working on it non-stop for 23 days

    1716 1st lighthouse in US lit (Boston Harbor)

    1716 1st lighthouse in U.S. lit (Boston Harbor)

    1666 St Paul's in London destroyed by fire

    1666 St. Paul's in London destroyed by fire

    1662 Netherlands & England sign peace treaty

    1662 Netherlands and England sign peace treaty

    1629 Spanish garrison surrenders to prince Frederik Henry

    1544 Charles & Fran‡ois I sign Peace of Cr‚py

    1544 Charles and Francois I sign Peace of Crepy

    1515 Battle at Marignano ends in French/Venetian victory

    1163 Pastor Frederik forms convent at Mariengaarde Friesland

    891 Stephen V ends his reign as Catholic Pope

    Deaths which occurred on your SELECTED date of September 14:

    1996 Juliet Prowse, actress/dancer (Mona McCluskey), dies at 59

    1996 Joe Elsby Martin, boxing coach, dies at 80

    1996 Clive Beadon, airman, dies at 77

    1995 Eiji Okada, actor (Traffic Jam, Yakuza, Ugly American), dies at 75

    1994 David van Cup, sculptor/painter, dies at 57

    1992 David Jones, actor, commits suicide (had terminal cancer) at 76

    1992 S A Banerjee, cricketer (1 Test for India 1948, no runs, 5 wkts), dies

    1992 Ted Weiss, (Rep-NY, 1977-92), dies at 64

    1991 Julie Bovasso, actress (Saturday Night Fever), dies at 61 of cancer

    1990 Wime de Craene, Flemish chansonnier/composer, dies

    1989 Edwin McLeod, cricketer (one Test for NZ), dies

    1988 Louis Quinn, actor (Unholy Rollers), dies at 73 of cancer

    1984 Janet Gaynor, actress (Sunrise), dies at 77 from a traffic accident

    1982 John C Gardner, US, writer (Life & Times of Chaucer High), dies at 49

    1982 Grace Kelly, princess of Monaco, dies in a car crash at 52

    1982 Bashir Gemayel, falangist Lebanon's president-elect, killed by a bomb

    1981 [Walter] Furry Lewis, father of blues, dies at 88 of a heart attack

    1981 Yasuji Kiyose, composer, dies at 81

    1979 Raymond Loucheur, composer, dies at 80

    1974 Barbara Jo Allen, actress (Girl Rush, Melody Ranch), dies at 66

    1974 Pieter Y Adriani, Dutch tax lawyer, dies at 95

    1974 Vera Vague, [Barbara Jo Allen], actr (Follow the Leader), dies at 70

    1974 Warren Hull, actor (Strike it Rich, Who in the World), dies at 71

    1972 Kornelis Posthumus, chemist, dies at 70

    1971 Bill Copson, cricketer (England pace bowler before & after WW2), dies

    1970 Rudolph Carnap, German philosopher/mathematician, dies at 79

    1969 James Anderson, actor (Connection, Five), dies at 48

    1967 Mohammed Abdul Hakim Amer, Egyptian vice-PM, commits suicide at 47

    1966 Nikolai Cherkasov, actor (Ivan the Terrible), dies at 63

    1966 Gertrude Berg, actress (Molly Goldberg-Goldbergs), dies at 66

    1965 Jack Hearne, cricketer (806 runs in 24 Tests for England), dies

    1964 Mary Howe, composer, dies at 82

    1962 Marcel Delannoy, composer, dies at 64

    1959 Wayne Morris, actor (Kid Galahad), dies of heart attack at 45

    1955 F C Weiskopf, writer, dies

    1937 Tom s G Masaryk, philosopher/pres of Czech (1918-35), dies at 87)

    1936 Ossip Gabrilovich, composer, dies at 58

    1932 Jean Emile Paul Cras, composer, dies at 53

    1927 Isadora Duncan, dies as her scarf became entangled in her car's wheel

    1926 Johan LE Dreyer, Danish astronomer (Catalog of Nebulae), dies at 74

    1916 Josiah Royce, US philosopher (Conception of Immortality), dies

    1911 Piotr Stolypin, Russia's PM, assassinated by Mordka Bogrov

    1905 Pietro/Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, 1st French Congo gov (1890-98), die

    1902 Reinhold Finsterbusch, composer, dies at 76

    1901 Pres William McKinley, dies in Buffalo, of gunshot wounds inflicted

    1899 Henry Bliss, 1st auto death (NYC)

    1898 Paul A Daum, writer/founder/editor (Batavian Newspaper), dies

    1895 Alfred J Verwee, Flemish painter, dies at 57

    1887 Friedrich T Vischer, German philosopher/writer (Auch einer), dies

    1886 Hubert Reis, composer, dies at 84

    1872 Yury Nikolayevich Golitsin, composer, dies at 48

    1862 Samuel Garland Jr, US Confederate brig-gen, dies in battle

    1862 Jesse Lee Reno, Union general-major (Reno Nevada), dies at 39

    1861 Fortunato Santini, composer, dies at 83

    1852 James F Cooper, writer, dies at 62

    1852 Arthur Wellesley, General/Duke of Wellington, dies at 83

    1844 Oliver Holden, composer, dies at 78

    1836 Vincenzo Lavigna, composer, dies at 60

    1836 Aaron Burr, 3rd VP, dies

    1819 Erik Acharius, Swedish botanist, dies

    1788 Theodore-Jean Tarade, composer, dies at 56

    1788 John Penn, US attorney, signed (Decl of Independence), dies at 47

    1763 Johann Philipp Sack, composer, dies at 40

    1759 Louis Joseph Montcalm, French general (Plains of Abraham), dies at 47

    1750 Carl T Pachelbel, US organist/composer

    1743 Johann Michael Muller, composer, dies at 59

    1712 Jean [Giovanni] D Cassini, Italian/French astronomer, dies

    1693 Aert Jansz van Nes, [Young boer Jaep], lt-admiral, dies at 67

    1646 Robert Devereux, 3rd earl of Essex, dies

    1646 Thomas H earl of Arundel, English art collector (Marbles), dies

    1645 Heinrich Steuccius, composer, dies at 65

    1637 Pierre Vernier [Peter Werner], French mathematician, dies

    1538 Henry of Nassau-Dillenburg & Dietz, viceroy of Holland, dies

    1523 Adrian VI, [Adriaan F Bieyens], only Dutch Pope (1522-23), dies at 64

    1321 Dante Alighieri, Italian poet (Divine Commedy), dies at 56

    1146 Imad ad-Din Zengi, gov of Basra, murdered

    891 Stephen V, [VI], Italian Pope (885-91), dies

    407 Johannes Chrysostomus, patriarch, dies

    258 Thascius C Cyprian, Saint/Bishop of Carthage, dies at 58

    I'm sorry very long.

  • 1 decade ago

    1986 A. J. Trauth (actor)

    1984 Adam Lamberg (actor)

    1960 Callum Keith Rennie (actor)

    1948 Sam Neill (actor)

    1944 Joey Heatherton (actor)

    1938 Nicol Williamson (actor)

    1938 Walter Koenig (actor)

    1933 Zoe Caldwell (actress)

    1933 Harve Presnell (actor)

    1914 Clayton Moore (actor)

    oh and jesse james

  • 1 decade ago

    My fantastic beautiful daughter Robin!!! Yay Robin, Sept 14, 1985! Twenty-one years old this year! Yow!

    Also the Star Spangled Banner was written

    Sean Federline (Brittany's baby) was born

    Harvard was established

    Nintendo GameCube released in Japan

    First birthday drawn in Vietnam War draft

    First hot-air balloon crossed the Atlantic

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    September 14

    1849 Ivan Pavlov

    P h y s i c i a n

    1947 Sam Neill

    A c t o r

    1955 Steve Berlin

    M u s i c a l A r t i s t

    1969 Kay Gee

    M u s i c a l A r t i s t

    1970 Craig Montoya

    M u s i c a l A r t i s t

    1973 Nas

    M u s i c a l A r t i s t

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  • Augie
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Well I wasn't born on Sept 14 but then I am not famous either!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    A. J. Trauth, Adam Lamberg, Callum Keith Rennie, Sam Neill there are more

    Source(s): famousbirthdays.com
  • 1 decade ago

    Pop tarts are born every day.

    Go to Wiki and type in Sept 14th.

  • 1 decade ago

    Jesse James

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Hi,

    I was looking for a free download Championship Checkers I found it here; http://bitly.com/1uaXKn8

    Finally the full version is avaiable!

    This game has several configuration options that increase the fun and spirit of competition.

    You should definitely try it

  • Diane
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    I suggest something stupid, silly, and fun my sister had a HUGE party for her 15th my grandpa has a lot of land where we all live she had friends come out that were in a band, so she had live music, pizza, punch, and everyone played hide and go seek all night.....it was a blast

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, but you should go to Yahoo! Horoscopes, then click on the Seltember sign, and there will be a link "Famous People".

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