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Born on Sunday March 12, 1758
Died on Sunday March 12, 1758



Born on March 12

Died on March 12

Names that were popular for boys in 1758
  1. Jan
  2. Cornelis
  3. Joannes
  4. Hendrik
  5. Johannes
  6. Pieter
  7. Willem
  8. Jacob
  9. Petrus
  10. Jean
  11. Gerrit
  12. Dirk
  13. Jacobus
  14. Pierre
  15. Johann
  16. Adrianus
Names that were popular for girls in 1758
  1. Maria
  2. Anna
  3. Marie
  4. Johanna
  5. Catharina
  6. Joanna
  7. Elisabeth
  8. Cornelia
  9. Neeltje
  10. Trijntje
  11. Grietje
  12. Antje
  13. Adriana
  14. Aaltje
  15. Elizabeth
  16. Jannetje

Source: Wikipedia Historical context 1758
  • Erfstadhouder Prins Willem V (Willem Batavus) (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1751 till 1795 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
  • Regentes Anna (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1751 till 1759 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
  • February 4 » The city of Macapá in Brazil is founded by Sebastião Veiga Cabral.
  • June 23 » Seven Years' War: Battle of Krefeld: British, Hanoverian, and Prussian forces defeat French troops at Krefeld in Germany.
  • June 30 » Seven Years' War: Habsburg Austrian forces destroy a Prussian reinforcement and supply convoy in the Battle of Domstadtl, helping to expel Prussian King Frederick the Great from Moravia.
  • September 11 » Battle of Saint Cast: France repels British invasion during the Seven Years' War.
  • November 25 » French and Indian War: British forces capture Fort Duquesne from French control. Later, Fort Pitt will be built nearby and grow into modern Pittsburgh.
  • December 13 » The English transport ship Duke William sinks in the North Atlantic, killing over 360 people.
Weather March 12, 1758

The temperature on March 12, 1758 was about 3.0 °C. Wind direction mainly east by north. Weather type: geheel betrokken.

Source: KNMI