Lived: Aug 23, 1754 – Jan 21, 1793 (age 38)
Spouse: Marie Antoinette (m. 1770 – 1793)
Children: Louis XVII of France (Son) · Louis Joseph, Dauphin of France (Son) · Marie Thérèse of France (Daughter) · Princess Sophie Hélène Béatrice of France (Daughter)
Siblings: Marie Clotilde of France (Sister) · Louis XVIII of France (Brother) · Charles X of France (Brother) · Princess Élisabeth of France (Sister) · Princess Marie Zéphyrine of France (Sister) · Louis, Duke of Burgundy (Brother) · Xavier, Duke of Aquitaine (Brother) · Marie Thérèse, Madame Royale (Sister)
Parents: Louis, Dauphin of France (Father) · Maria Josepha of Saxony, Dauphine of France (Mother)Highlights
- 1765: Upon the death of his father, who died of tuberculosis on 20 December 1765, the eleven-year-old Louis-Auguste became the new Dauphin.
- 1770: Louis XVI of France married Marie Antoinette on May 16, 1770.
- 1782: Suffren became the ally of Hyder Ali in the Second Anglo-Mysore War against British rule in India, in 1782–1783, fighting the British fleet along the coasts of India and Ceylon.
- 1788: As a last-ditch attempt to get new monetary reforms approved, Louis XVI convoked the Estates-General on 8 August 1788, setting the date of their opening at 1 May 1789.
- 1792: The two writers did not share the same sociopolitical vision, but they agreed that, even though the monarchy was rightly ended in 1792, the lives of the royal family should have been spared.
- 1793: Despite his signing of the “Civil Constitution of the Clergy”, Louis had been described as a martyr by Pope Pius VI in 1793.
Lived: Nov 02, 1755 – Oct 16, 1793 (age 37)
Height: 5′ 5″ (1.65 m)
Spouse: Louis XVI of France (m. 1770 – 1793)
Children: Marie Thérèse of France (Daughter) · Louis XVII of France (Son) · Princess Sophie Hélène Béatrice of France (Daughter) · Louis Joseph, Dauphin of France (Son)
Parents: Maria Theresa (Mother) · Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor (Father)Highlights
- 1770: In 1770 she was instrumental in ousting Étienne François, duc de Choiseul, who had helped orchestrate the Franco-Austrian alliance and Marie Antoinette’s marriage, and exiling his sister, the duchesse de Gramont, one of Marie Antoinette’s ladies-in-waiting.
- 1774: Upon the death of Louis XV on 10 May 1774, the Dauphin ascended the throne as King Louis XVI of France and Navarre and Marie Antoinette became Queen of France and Navarre.
- 1778: Marie Antoinette’s daughter, Marie-Thérèse Charlotte, Madame Royale, was born at Versailles on 19 December 1778.
- 1780: In 1780 she began to participate in amateur plays and musicals in a theatre built for her by Richard Mique at the Petit Trianon.
- 1781: Her third pregnancy was affirmed in March 1781, and on 22 October she gave birth to Louis Joseph Xavier François, Dauphin of France.
- 1792: After their return from Varennes and until the storming of the Tuileries on 10 August 1792, the queen, her family and entourage were held under tight surveillance by the Garde nationale in the Tuileries, where the royal couple was guarded night and day.
Born: Sep 23, 1838 · Homer, OH
Died: Jun 09, 1927 · Bredon, United Kingdom
Spouse: James Blood (m. 1865 – 1876)
Siblings: Tennessee Celeste Claflin (Sister)
Children: Byron Woodhull
Parents: Reuben Buckman Claflin · Roxanna Hummel ClaflinHighlights
- 1865: Victoria Woodhull married James Blood in 1865; their marriage lasted 11 years till 1876.
- 1868: She said that she was guided in 1868 by Demosthenes to what symbolism to use supporting her theories of Free Love.
- 1870: Together with her sister, Tennessee Claflin, she was the first woman to operate a brokerage firm on Wall Street; they were among the first women to found a newspaper, Woodhull & Claflin’s Weekly, which began publication in 1870.
- 1872: Woodhull was the candidate in 1872 from the Equal Rights Party, supporting women’s suffrage and equal rights; her running mate was abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass.
- 1872: In 1872, Woodhull publicly criticized well-known clergyman Henry Ward Beecher for adultery.
- 1901: After her husband died in 1901, Martin gave up publishing and retired to the country, establishing residence at Bredon’s Norton, where she built a village school with Tennessee and Zula.
Born: Mar 20, 1948 (age 69) · Parry Sound, Canada
Height: 6′ 0″ (1.82 m)
Net worth: $35 million USD (2017)
Spouse: Margaret Louise Wood (m. 1973)
Written works: Orr: My Story · Orr: My Story 12 Copy Signed Prepack
Awards: Art Ross Trophy (1974, 1969) · Conn Smythe Trophy (1972, 1970) · Calder Memorial Trophy (1967) · Ted Lindsay Award (1975) · Lester Patrick Trophy (1979) · Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year (1970) · Lou Marsh Trophy (1970)Highlights
- 1962: Although three other NHL teams (Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens) were interested in Orr, he signed in 1962 with the Bruins.
- 1966: On December 4, 1966, Toronto Maple Leafs’ defenceman Marcel Pronovost checked him into the boards, injuring Orr’s knees for the first time in the NHL.
- 1970: Orr went on to lead the Bruins in a march through the 1970 playoffs that culminated on May 10, 1970, when he scored one of the most famous goals in hockey history and one that gave Boston its first Stanley Cup since 1941.
- 1973: Bobby Orr married Margaret Louise Wood on September 01, 1973.
- 1974: In the 1974–75 season, Orr broke his own previous record for goals by a defenceman, scoring 46 goals to go with 89 assists for his sixth straight 100-point season.
- 1994: Orr also helped out Bruins trainer John (Frosty) Forristall, his roommate during his first years with the Bruins, who had just been fired from the Tampa Bay Lightning for alcoholism in 1994.