Born: 387 AD · Banwen, United Kingdom
Death place: Ireland
Parents: Calpurnius (Father) · Conchessa (Mother)
Siblings: Darerca of Ireland (Sister)Highlights
- 396 AD: A. B. E. Hood suggests that the Victoricus of St. Patrick’s vision may be identified with Saint Victricius, bishop of Rouen in the late fourth century, who had visited Britain in an official capacity in 396.
- 403 AD: At the age of 16 in 403 AD Saint Patrick was captured and enslaved by the Irish and was sent to Ireland to serve as a slave herding and tending sheep in Dalriada.
- 431 AD: The date 432 was probably chosen to minimise the contribution of Palladius, who was known to have been sent to Ireland in 431, and maximise that of Patrick.
- 457 AD: In 457 “the elder Patrick” (Irish: Patraic Sen) is said to have died: this may refer to the death of Palladius, who according to the Book of Armagh was also called Patrick.
- 535 AD: The death of Patrick’s disciple Mochta is dated in the annals to 535 or 537, and the early hagiographies “all bring Patrick into contact with persons whose obits occur at the end of the fifth century or the beginning of the sixth”.
- 2008: Confession of Saint Patrick written by Saint Patrick was first published on November 26, 2008.
Lived: Jun 15, 1330 – Jun 08, 1376 (age 45)
Spouse: Joan of Kent (m. 1361)
Children: Richard II of England (Son) · Edward of Angoulême (Son)
Buried: Canterbury Cathedral
Parents: Edward III of England (Father) · Philippa of Hainault (Mother)
Siblings: Joan of England (Sister) · John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster (Brother) · Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York (Brother) · Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence (Brother) · Thomas of Woodstock, 1st Duke of GloucesterHighlights
- 1341: In 1348 he was made a Founding Knight of the Garter.
- 1360: The Poitiers Campaign in the Aquitaine-Loire region, which crippled the French army for the next 13 years, fomenting the anarchy and chaos which would cause the Treaty of Brétigny to be signed in 1360.
- 1361: Edward gained permission for the marriage from Pope Innocent VI and absolution for marriage to a blood-relative (as had Edward III when marrying Philippa of Hainault, his second cousin) and married Joan on 10 October 1361 at Windsor Castle.
- 1367: Peter of Castile, thrust from his throne by his illegitimate brother Henry of Trastámara, offered Edward the lordship of Biscay in 1367, in return for the Black Prince’s aid in recovering his throne.
- 1372: In 1372, he sailed on an expedition with King Edward III but failed to land on the French Coast due to contrary winds.
- 1376: Edward the Black Prince contracted an illness on this expedition that would ail him until his death in 1376.
Lived: Oct 11, 1884 – Nov 07, 1962 (age 78)
Height: 5′ 11″ (1.80 m)
Spouse: Franklin D. Roosevelt (m. 1905 – 1945)
Children: Elliott Roosevelt (Son) · Anna Roosevelt Halsted (Daughter) · James Roosevelt (Son) · Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. (Son) · John Aspinwall Roosevelt (Son) · Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. (Son)
Education: The New School · Allenswood Academy (1899 – 1902)
Parents: Anna Hall Roosevelt (Mother) · Elliott Bulloch Roosevelt (Father)Highlights
- 1905: Returning to the U.S., she married her fifth cousin once removed, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, in 1905.
- 1905: Eleanor married Franklin on March 17, 1905 (St. Patrick’s Day), in a wedding officiated by Endicott Peabody, the groom’s headmaster at Groton School.
- 1918: The Roosevelts’ marriage was complicated from the beginning by Franklin’s controlling mother, Sara, and after discovering an affair of her husband’s with Lucy Mercer in 1918, Roosevelt resolved to seek fulfillment in a public life of her own.
- 1940: The Roosevelts’ marriage was complicated from the beginning by Franklin’s controlling mother, Sara, and after discovering an affair of her husband’s with Lucy Mercer in 1918, Roosevelt resolved to seek fulfillment in a public life of her own.
- 1954: In 1954, Tammany Hall boss Carmine DeSapio led the effort to defeat Eleanor’s son, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., in the election for New York Attorney General.
- 1962: Eleanor and Miller’s relationship is said to have continued until her death in 1962.
Lived: May 03, 1898 – Dec 08, 1978 (age 80)
Spouse: Morris Meyerson (m. 1917 – 1951)
Previous offices: Ministry of Interior (1970 – 1970) · Prime Minister of Israel (1969 – 1974) · Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1956 – 1966) · Labor Minister of Israel (1949 – 1956)
Children: Sarah Meyerson (Daughter) · Menachem Meyerson (Son)
Siblings: Tzipke Mabovitch (Sister) · Sheyna Mabovitch (Sister)Highlights
- 1913: In 1913 she had begun dating Morris Meyerson (Myerson).
- 1916: She attended the teachers college Milwaukee State Normal School (now University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee), in 1916, and probably part of 1917.
- 1917: When Golda and Morris married in 1917, settling in Palestine was her precondition for the marriage.
- 1956: In 1956, she became Foreign Minister under Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.
- 1969: Meir was elected Prime Minister of Israel on March 17, 1969, after serving as Minister of Labour and Foreign Minister.
- 1978: On December 8, 1978, Meir died of lymphatic cancer in Jerusalem at the age of 80.