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In 1844, his uncle Joseph died, making him the heir apparent to the Bonaparte claim.
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His uncle, Theodore Frelinghuysen ( 1787 – 1862 ), was Attorney General of New Jersey from 1817 to 1829, was a U. S. Senator from New Jersey from 1829 to 1835, was the Whig candidate for Vice President of the United States on the Henry Clay ticket in the 1844 Presidential election, and was Chancellor of New York University from 1839 until 1850 and president of Rutgers College from 1850 to 1862.
In 1913, he enrolled at Yale University, where his grandfather James Smith Bush, class of 1844, and his uncle Robert E. Sheldon Jr., class of 1904, had matriculated.
With the death of his grandfather in 1836, and of his uncle in 1844, Henri became the genealogically senior claimant to the French throne.
Charles Monck married July 24, 1844, his first cousin, Lady Elizabeth Louise Mary Monck, daughter of his uncle Henry, the 2nd Viscount.
He was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania, the brother of David Rittenhouse Porter, Pennsylvania Governor, 1839 – 1845, and James Madison Porter, Secretary of War, 1843 – 1844, and the uncle of Horace Porter, U. S. Ambassador to France, 1897-1905.
Joseph F. Smith stated as an adult that he had memories of Nauvoo, and could recall his uncle, the prophet Joseph Smith, and events that occurred at his uncle's home ; he was nearly six years old when on June 27, 1844, Joseph's uncle and father were killed by vigilantes in Carthage, Illinois.
The name Iosepa, a Hawaiian form of Joseph, was chosen in honor of Joseph F. Smith ( 1838 – 1918 ), one of the first missionaries from the Church to serve the Hawaiian people, and also in honor of his uncle, Joseph Smith, Jr. ( 1805 – 1844 ), founder of the Church.
Cornelius lived with his painter uncle Peter von Cornelius in Berlin from 1844 to 1852, during which time he met prominent figures such as Alexander von Humboldt, the Brothers Grimm, Friedrich Rückert and Felix Mendelssohn.
His grandfather was Ramkamal Sen ( 1783 – 1844 ), a well known pro-sati Hindu activist and lifelong opponent of Ram Mohan Roy His father Peary Mohan Sen died when he was ten, and Sen was brought up by his uncle.
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Following his conquest of most of Western Europe, the first Napoleon made his elder brother Joseph ( 1768 – 1844 ) king first of Naples ( 1806 – 1808 ) and then of Spain ( 1808 – 1813 ), his third brother Louis ( 1778 – 1846 ) king of Holland ( 1806 – 1810 ) ( subsequently forcing his abdication after his failure to subordinate Dutch interests to those of France ) and his youngest brother Jérôme Bonaparte ( 1784 – 1860 ) king of Westphalia, the short-lived realm created from some of the states of northwestern Germany ( 1807 – 1813 ).
# Joseph Bonaparte ( Corte 1768 – Florence 1844 ), King of Naples and Spain, married Julie Clary, sister of Napoleon's childhood sweetheart, Désirée, who was to become the wife of General Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, the later Charles XIV of Sweden.
On June 27, 1844, Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum were murdered by a mob in Carthage, Illinois, while being held on charges of treason.
Hyrum himself was killed in 1844 along with Joseph, resulting in a Succession crisis that broke the Latter Day Saint movement into several smaller denominations.
Gerald's father, William Robert Gardner ( 1844 – 1935 ) had been the youngest son of Joseph Gardner ( b. 1791 ), after whom the firm had been renamed, and who with his wife Maria had had five sons and three daughters.
* 1844 – Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, and his brother Hyrum Smith, are murdered by a mob at the Carthage, Illinois jail.
Joseph Smith ( 1805 – 1844 ) was an American religious leader and the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, which gave rise to Mormonism.
For instance, Joseph Smith was referred to as " the modern Mahomet " by the New York Herald, shortly after his murder in June 1844.
It has continuously existed since the succession crisis of 1844 that split the Latter Day Saint movement after the death of founder Joseph Smith, Jr.
The Palm House ( 1844 – 1848 ) was the result of cooperation between architect Decimus Burton and iron-founder Richard Turner, and continues upon the glass house design principles developed by John Claudius Loudon and Joseph Paxton.
Darwin began correspondence about his theorising with the botanist Joseph Dalton Hooker in January 1844, and by July had rounded out his " sketch " into a 230-page " Essay ", to be expanded with his research results and published if he died prematurely.
Joseph Liouville first proved the existence of transcendental numbers in 1844, and in 1851 gave the first decimal examples such as the Liouville constant
Oscar I ( born Joseph François Oscar Bernadotte ; 4 July 1799 – 8 July 1859 ) was King of Sweden and Norway from 1844 to his death.
This period included a panoply of international ‘ great demographers ’ like Adolphe Quételet ( 1796 – 1874 ), William Farr ( 1807 – 1883 ), Louis-Adolphe Bertillon ( 1821 – 1883 ) and his son Jacques ( 1851 – 1922 ), Joseph Körösi ( 1844 – 1906 ), Anders Nicolas Kaier ( 1838 – 1919 ), Richard Böckh ( 1824 – 1907 ), Émile Durkheim ( 1858-1917 ), Wilhelm Lexis ( 1837 – 1914 ) and Luigi Bodio ( 1840 – 1920 ) contributed to the development of demography and to the toolkit of methods and techniques of demographic analysis.
Corte was the birthplace of Joseph Bonaparte ( 1768 – 1844 ), the eldest brother of the French Emperor Napoleon I, who made him King of Naples ( 1806 – 1808 ) and Spain ( 1808 – 1813 ).
Following persecution and mob action in Missouri, Illinois, and other states, and the martyrdom of their prophet Joseph Smith in 1844, Mormon leader Brigham Young was chosen by the leaders of the Latter Day Saints ( LDS ) church to lead the LDS settlers west.
* Rayback Joseph G., " The Presidential Ambitions of John C. Calhoun, 1844 – 1848 ," Journal of Southern History, XIV ( Aug., 1948 ), 331 – 56.
After the deaths of both Napoleon Bonaparte in 1821, and of his eldest brother Joseph in 1844, Louis was seen by the Bonapartists as the rightful Emperor of the French, although Louis took little action himself to advance the claim.
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His father Henry Nottidge Moseley ( 1844 – 91 ), who died when Henry Moseley was quite young, was a biologist and also a professor of anatomy and physiology at the University of Oxford, who had been a member of the Challenger Expedition.
The children were: Jenny Caroline ( m. Longuet ; 1844 – 83 ); Jenny Laura ( m. Lafargue ; 1845 – 1911 ); Edgar ( 1847 – 1855 ); Henry Edward Guy (" Guido "; 1849 – 1850 ); Jenny Eveline Frances (" Franziska "; 1851 – 52 ); Jenny Julia Eleanor ( 1855 – 98 ) and one more who died before being named ( July 1857 ).
In 1844, Mir Yar Beg while shooting was poisoned by Mir Ahmad Shah at the instigation of Sulaiman Beg and died on his return to Fayzabad.
In 1846, the name was changed to Howard County, in honor of Gen. Tilghman Howard, U. S. Representative from Indiana, who died in 1844.
He had a further six children, including the architect Edward Pugin, with his second wife, Louisa Burton, who died in 1844.
His second wife died in 1844 and was buried at St. Chad's, Birmingham, a church which he had himself had designed.
The 35, 500 acre Rancho Rio De Los Americanos was granted to William Leidesdorff in 1844, but he died in 1848, leaving the Rancho and some properties in SFO to his heirs.
Daniel Dunklin, the 5th Governor of Missouri, died in Herculaneum on August 25, 1844 and was buried in the family plot in Herculaneum.
He died of yellow fever on June 27, 1844, a little over two months before the birth of their only child, George Washington Glover.
Dwight had eight sons: Timothy Dwight ( 1778 – 1844 ), a New Haven merchant and philanthropist ; Benjamin Woolsey Dwight ( 1780 – 1850 ), a New York physician ; educator and theologian ; twins James Dwight ( 1784 – 1863 ) and John Dwight ( 1784 – 1803 ); Sereno Edwards Dwight ( 1786 – 1850 ); clergyman William Theodore Dwight ( 1795 – 1865 ); Henry Edwin Dwight ( 1797 – 1832 ); and one who died young.
Baily died in London on 30 August 1844 and was buried in the family vault in St Mary's Church in Thatcham.
By the time he died in 1844, 77, 000 copies of his fables had been sold in Russia, and his unique brand of wisdom and humor gained popularity.
He married in 1814 Catherine, eldest daughter of Peter Martineau, by whom he had one son, who died in infancy, and in 1844 Maria Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William Hutchins, by whom he had six sons ( of whom the eldest, Edward, a barrister, assisted in the preparation of the ‘ Biographia Juridica ’) and three daughters.
He died in 1860, leaving two sons, Mahommed Sherif ( 1844 – 95 ) and Mohammed al-Mahdi, who succeeded him.