Ludovico Micara (October 12, 1775 - May 24, 1847) was an Italian Capuchin and Cardinal. He was born at Frascati. Ordained in 1798, he became Dean of the College of Cardinals. He was in hiding for the end of the Napoleonic Wars period. He became Apostolic Preacher in 1820. He was created cardinal in 1824. He became Bishop of Frascati in 1837 and Bishop of Ostia in 1844.
Elias Moore (March 1, 1776–October 13, 1847) born into a Quaker family in New Jersey just after the American Revolution began, later became a Member of Parliament in Canada. His family was traumatised "by the persecution Quakers suffered for their neutral stand during the American Revolution," and they soon moved to a Loyalist refugee camp in New York City. They then evacuated about 1784, to the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia.
Joshua Arthur Rodrigues Brandon (9 February 1822, London – 11 December 1847, 11 Beaufort Buildings, Strand) was an English architect and author. Prior to an early death aged twenty-five, his architectural practice (particularly in church architecture) was promising and growing.
Giuseppe Canella (1788–1847) was an Italian painter. He was born at Verona. He was known as a painter of architectural scenes (vedute and sea-pieces; he worked at Milan, and died at Florence. Among his works are: Views of Paris and the Boulevards. Cathedral of Milan. Harbor at Honfleur. Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence . New Street in Venice . View of a Village—moonlight
William II, Elector of Hesse (born Hanau, 28 July 1777; died Frankfurt am Main, 20 November 1847) was the penultimate Elector of Hesse. William was the eldest surviving son of William I, Elector of Hesse and Wilhelmina Caroline of Denmark and Norway. He succeeded as Elector of Hesse (a title that was moribund after the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806) on his father's death in 1821.
Gaetano Matteo Monti was an Italian sculptor, working in the Neoclassical style. He studied in Bologna and Rome and then moved to Milan, where he worked on Milan Cathedral (Duomo de Milano). and the Arco della Pace with a similarly named Milanese sculptor, Gaetano Monti (1750-1827). His son was the sculptor Raffaelle Monti
Lewis Nockalls Cottingham (1787 – 13 October 1847) was a British architect who pioneered the study of Medieval Gothic architecture. He was a restorer and conservator of existing buildings. He set up a Museum of Medieval Art in Waterloo Road, London with a collection of artefacts from demolished buildings and plaster casts of the medieval sculpture.
Antonio Garbiglietti was an Italian entomologist who specialised in Heteroptera . He wrote (1869). Catalogus methodicus et synonymicus et hemipterorum eteropterorum (Rhyngotha Fabr. ) Italiae indigenarum. Accedit descriptio aliquot specierum vel minus vel nondum cognitarum. Bull. Soc. Entomol. Ital. 1: 41-52, 105-124, 181-198, 271-281. Garbiglietti was a physician. His collection is held by the Dipartimento Biologia Animale, Università di Torino-Turin Museum of Natural History.
José Ignacio Zenteno del Pozo y Silva (July 28, 1786 - July 16, 1847), was a Chilean soldier, politician and hero of the Chilean War of Independence. Zenteno was born in Santiago, the son of Antonio Zenteno y Bustamante and of Victoria del Pozo y Silva. He completed his studies at the Colegio Carolino, and took part in the movement for independence from the very beginning.
John Brecken (February 23, 1800 – November 2, 1847) was a businessman and political figure in Prince Edward Island. He represented Charlottetown in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island from 1829 to 1834. He was born in Charlottetown, the son of Ralph Brecken, who had served as speaker in the provincial assembly, and Matilda Robinson, the daughter of Joseph Robinson. When he was thirteen, his father died and his mother took over the operation of the business.
Caroline Lisette (Maria Elisabet) Stenberg, (23 October in Stockholm or Gothenburg 1770-18 June 1847 in Vänersborg) was a Swedish actor and musician. She was a well known and popular actor in 18th century Stockholm, and a star of the Stenborg theatre (founded by Petter Stenborg, different spelling). She was not only an actor but also a singer and a musician, a pianist, and played piano forte between the acts.
Charles Binns (ca 1786 – April 28, 1847) was a lawyer, businessman and political figure in Prince Edward Island. He represented Prince County from 1818 to 1820 and Charlottetown from 1831 to 1838 in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island. Binns, thought to have been born in Yorkshire, was trained as a lawyer in England. In 1809, he set up an agency at Charlottetown with James Bardin Palmer intended to supply a partner in England with products exported from the island.
Michael Sigismund Frank (b. 1 June 1770, Nuremberg; d. Munich, 16 January 1847) was a Catholic artist and rediscoverer of the lost art of glass-painting. His father was a dealer in provisions, living in comfortable circumstances, who destined his son to become his successor in business. But these plans were thwarted by Sigismund's fondness for art. The mother, without her husband's knowledge, had him instructed in drawing in the local academy.
Josiah Lamborn (January 31, 1809 – March 31, 1847) was the Attorney General of Illinois from 1840 to 1843 and was the chief prosecuting attorney in the trial of five defendants were accused of murdering Latter Day Saint leaders Joseph Smith, Jr. and Hyrum Smith. Lamborn was born in Pennsylvania and educated at Transylvania University in Kentucky.
Thomas Joplin (1790?–1847), was an English timber merchant and banker. In 1822 he published his Essay on the General Principles and Present Practices of Banking in England and Scotland, that attracted considerable notice. It launched a strong attack on the monopoly position of the Bank of England and proposed the setting up of joint stock banks. These ideas were subsequently taken up to a certain extent in the system initiated in 1828.
Henry Howard (31 January 1769 – 5 October 1847) was an early 19th-century British portrait and history painter. Howard, the son of a coachmaker in Wardour Street, was born in London. After being educated at a school in Hounslow, he started studying with the painter Philip Reinagle in 1786.
Bernhard Hirzel (12 August 1807 - 6 June 1847 in Paris) was a Swiss theologian and Orientalist. He studied theology in Zürich (1819-31) and philology in Berlin and Paris, promoted 1833 in Göttingen. He married Maria Elisa Tobler in 1833. From 1833 he was reading in Zürich, and was elected professor for oriental languages in 1835. His lectures met with little interest, with only two out of 43 announced. In 1837, he left Zürich for a position as pastor in Pfäffikon.
General Sir John Lambert GCB (28 April 1772 - 14 September 1847) was a British Army officer who served in the French Revolutionary Wars, the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812. Lambert entered the British Army in 1791 as an ensign in the 1st Foot Guards. He saw service in the Peninsula where, at the rank of Major-General, commanded a brigade of the 6th Division at the battles of Nivelle, the Nive, Orthez, and Toulouse, and was Mentioned in Despatches.