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January 9 – A Day as Today – Ephemeris in Dorian’s Secrets.

There are 356 days left to finish the year and 357 in leap years!

January 9 is the ninth day of the year on the Gregorian calendar.

The worst old age is that of the spirit.


Henry Stuart Hazlitt
American libertarian philosopher (1894-1993).

Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

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Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

January 9 – A Day as Today – Events

  • 1 a. C .: a lunar eclipse is recorded in Palestine. According to the historian Flavius ​​Josephus, King Herod died the next day.
  • 475: Byzantine Emperor Zeno is forced to flee his capital in Constantinople and his general, Basilisk, takes control of the empire.
  • 638: in Spain the VI Council of Toledo begins.
  • 681: the XII Council of Toledo begins in Spain.
  • 1038: in Shaanxi (China) an earthquake occurs that leaves more than 23,000 victims. (See Important earthquakes between the 10th and 19th centuries).
  • 1316: Felipe V becomes king of France and Navarre after the death of his nephew Juan I.
  • 1349: in Basel (Switzerland), the citizens of this population attribute the bubonic plague to families of Jewish origin, so they arrest them and burn them alive.
  • 1427: in Siena (Italy) the Faculty of Medicine requests the corpse of a hanged man to dissect it.
  • 1431: in Rouen (France) ―base of the English occupation government― the investigations for the trial against Joan of Arc begin.
  • 1522: Hadrian of Utrecht is elected Pope of the Catholic Church, taking the name Hadrian VI. He will be the last non-Italian pontiff until John Paul II.
  • 1539: in Peru, Francisco Pizarro founds the village of San Juan de la Frontera (current Ayacucho).
  • 1558: in Switzerland, the city of Geneva becomes independent from the canton of Bern.
  • 1570: a royal decree from Felipe II arrives in Lima, ordering the establishment of the Inquisition in Peru.
  • 1693: in Sicily an earthquake destroys 60 towns and villages, killing more than 50,000 people.
  • 1760: In Bihar (northeast India), the Afghans defeat the Marathis at the Battle of Barari Ghat.
  • 1768: in London, Philip Astley inaugurates the first modern circus.
  • 1788: In the United States, Connecticut is the fifth admitted state.
  • 1792: the Peace of Jassy or Iassi is signed, which puts an end to the Russo-Turkish war, which began in 1787.
  • 1793 – First American balloon flight, made by French balloonist Jean Pierre Blanchard, who traveled in a hydrogen balloon from Philadelphia to Deptford, New Jersey in 46 minutes.
  • 1799: In England, Prime Minister William Pitt imposes the first income tax to collect funds for the war against Napoleon.
  • 1806: in London, Admiral Lord Nelson receives a state funeral and is buried in Saint Paul’s Cathedral.
  • 1809: Arthur Wellesley concludes a treaty of friendship and military aid with Spain.
  • 1812: Valencia capitulates to the forces of the French Suchet, after four days of bombardment.
  • 1815: in the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata (present-day Argentina), Gervasio Antonio Posadas resigns from the position of supreme director.
  • 1816: In the Hebburn mine, Sir Humphry Davy tests the Davy miners’ lamp.
  • 1817: in the Cuyo region (Argentina), the first contingent of the Liberation Army of Chile leaves Mendoza for the province of Coquimbo (Chile), under the command of Colonel Juan Manuel Cabot.
  • 1822: in Brazil, the Portuguese prince Pedro I of Brazil decides to stay, against the orders of the Portuguese king João VI, initiating the process of independence of Brazil.
  • 1837: the Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin is seriously injured in a duel.
  • 1839: the French Academy of Sciences announces the daguerreotype process, a pioneer in photography.
  • 1841: in Argentina the battle of San Cala is fought.
  • 1857: the Fort Tejón earthquake occurs in California (magnitude approximately 7.9 °).
  • 1858: in the Republic of Texas Anson Jones, the fifth and last president of that country (which is currently part of the United States) commits suicide.
  • 1861: near Charleston (South Carolina) the Star of the West incident occurs. Some historians consider it the first skirmish of the American Civil War.
  • 1861: In the United States, the State of Mississippi is the second that separates from the States of the north to become part of the Confederate States of America.
  • 1863: in the United States ―in the framework of the American Civil War―, the Battle of Fort Hindman is fought in Arkansas.
  • 1871: the National Institute of Statistics is created in Venezuela.
  • 1872: Brazil and Paraguay sign peace, after the War of the Triple Alliance.
  • 1875: in Spain, King Alfonso XII arrives in Barcelona on the Navas de Tolosa frigate from Marseille, being acclaimed by the people.
  • 1878: in Italy, Umberto I becomes king of Italy.
  • 1879: in Chile the law of secondary education is dictated, by disposition of which there must be at least one high school in each province.
  • 1880: In the United States, the Great Nevada of 1880 devastates the states of Oregon and Washington.
  • 1887: in Toledo (Spain), a fire almost completely destroys the Alcázar of Toledo.
  • 1894: Lexington (Massachusetts) the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company installs the first battery-operated telephone.
  • 1902: in Paraguay, Andrés Héctor Carvallo replaces President Emilio Aceval.
  • 1903: in Australia, Hallam Tennyson – son of the famous poet Alfred Tennyson – becomes the second Governor General.
  • 1905: in Russia the strike movement intensifies, which becomes revolutionary and will culminate in the massacre of Bloody Sunday, by the tsarist troops.
  • 1909: Austria advises the Ottoman Empire to renounce its rights over Bosnia-Herzegovina, in exchange for financial compensation.
  • 1909: Ernest Shackleton, while leading the Nimrod Expedition to the South Pole, plants the British flag 97 nautical miles (180 km; 112 mi) from the South Pole, the farthest distance anyone has ever traveled.
  • 1912: In New York, a fire at the Equitable insurance company destroys about four million dollars in stock.
  • 1916: in Çanakkale, the Ottoman Empire wins the Battle of Gallipoli; the last British troops are evacuated.
  • 1917: the Battle of Rafah takes place in Palestine, within the framework of the First World War.
  • 1923: in Madrid, Juan de la Cierva makes the first autogyro flight.
  • 1923: the victorious Allies in World War I decide to occupy German territory in the Ruhr area, in retaliation for Germany’s delay in paying war reparations.
  • 1925: the unilateral commitments of the Treaty of Versailles end.
  • 1927: the novel by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez A los pies de Venus is put on sale in Spain.
  • 1928: in Nicaragua, Sandino proclaims the republic of Nueva Segovia, whose capital he would call Ciudad Sandino.
  • 1932: In France, Minister of Foreign Affairs Aristide Briand resigns due to health reasons.
  • 1933: Japanese troops invade the Chinese province of Jehol.
  • 1933: in Madrid, Catalonia, Valencia and other provinces a revolutionary movement breaks out.
  • 1934: in the Chaco War, hostilities resume when Paraguay refuses to maintain the armistice.
  • 1934: in Chile, a decree is approved by which the State will exercise control of the nitrates industry.
  • 1937: in Italy, the Council of Ministers prohibits concubinage between whites and blacks in its North African colonies.
  • 1937: Leon Trotsky, one of the main Soviet revolutionary leaders, arrives as a refugee in Mexico.
  • 1939: Libya is incorporated into the territory of Italy.
  • 1941: the Avro Lancaster makes its first flight.
  • 1941: in Otranto (Italy), the Greek Triton (S. 112) sinks the Italian submarine Neghelli.
  • 1942: in the framework of the Second World War, the Soviet offensive reaches the eastern part of Smolensk.
  • 1945: American troops land in Luzon (Philippines).
  • 1947: The Soviet Union requests permission from Norway to station troops on the Spitzberg Islands.
  • 1947: Elizabeth “Betty” Short (The Black Dahlia) is last seen alive.
  • 1951: in New York, the United Nations Organization officially inaugurates its headquarters.
  • 1951: a division of the 6th United States Fleet arrives at the port of Barcelona.
  • 1954: in New York IBM presents the first calculator of integrated circuits or electronic brain.
  • 1957: Prime Minister Anthony Eden resigns in the UK and is replaced by Harold MacMillan.
  • 1959: in the Zamorano town of Ribadelago (Spain) 150 inhabitants die when a dam in the Vega de Tera reservoir burst.
  • 1960: Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser begins construction of the Aswan Dam by detonating ten tons of dynamite to demolish twenty tons of granite on the east bank of the Nile.
  • 1961: British authorities announce that they have discovered the Soviet Portland spy network in London.
  • 1962: in Havana a protocol is signed between the Soviet Union and Cuba, for the commercial exchange of 60 million dollars during this year.
  • 1962: in the Cuban municipality of Ciénaga de Zapata (Matanzas province), members of the anti-Castro terrorist group Movimiento Demócrata Cristiano – armed and sponsored by the US CIA – shoot and burn alive Jesús Sardiñas Álvarez (17), a peasant and member of the Revolutionary National Militias.
  • 1962: in the La Rosa farm, in the town of Agramonte (in the Cuban province of Matanzas), the terrorist gang of Perico (Pedro Sánchez González) –in the framework of the terrorist attacks organized by the US CIA– tortures the peasant Crecencio Martell Garcia but does not kill him.
  • 1962: in Iran, the government of Alí Aminí undertakes an agrarian reform at the order of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlaví, beginning of the modernist reform program known as the “White Revolution” or “Revolution of the Shah and the People.”
  • 1964: in the Canal Zone (occupied by the United States) Panamanian students peacefully demand compliance with a treaty that obliges the United States to raise the Panamanian flag. They are machine-gunned by US soldiers, leaving 22 dead and hundreds wounded (Day of the Martyrs of Panama).
  • 1968: an atypical snowfall is registered in Mexico City.
  • 1972: in the port of Hong Kong, a fire destroys the passenger ship Queen Elizabeth.
  • 1976: in Spain the Democratic Liberal Group is created, base of the Spanish Liberal Party.
  • 1981: in Portugal, Francisco Pinto Balsemão becomes the new head of government.
  • 1982: New England and Canada experience a 5.9 ° earthquake.
  • 1983: a meeting is held on the island of Contadora (Panama) about peace in Central America.
  • 1984: in Panama, the representatives of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua sign a preliminary peace bill for Central America, with the intercession of the countries of the Contadora Group.
  • 1984: the American Hard Rock group Van Halen publishes their sixth album, 1984.
  • 1986: The Kodak company must stop making and selling instant cameras after losing a legal battle against the Polaroid company over the patent.
  • 1987: in Nicaragua the Constitution is promulgated.
  • 1988: in Boston, scientists from the Whitehead Institute manage to isolate TDF (the gene responsible for human sex), located on the Y chromosome, which is present only in men.
  • 1988: the international pacifist movement Mujeres de Negro is born.
  • 1990: in Mozambique, President Joaquim Chissano reports that strikes will be regulated by appropriate legislation, which constitutes one of the first signs of political openness, which will later be confirmed by the Constitution of that year.
  • 1991: the Soviets invade Vilna to stop the independence of Lithuania.
  • 1991: Representatives of the United States and Iraq meet at the Geneva Peace Conference to try to find a peaceful solution to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.
  • 1991: first gold medal in the history of Spanish swimming when Martín López Zubero won the final of the 200 backstroke in the World Championship.
  • 1992: The Serbian Republic of Bosnia is declared an independent Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
  • 1996: During the first Chechen war, Chechen separatists launch a raid on the helicopter airfield and then a civil hospital in the city of Kizlyar, located in Dagestan, resulting in a massive hostage crisis involving thousands of civilians.
  • 1997: in the United States, the automobile company General Motors agrees to withdraw the lawsuit against the German company Volkswagen.
  • 1997: at the Detroit metropolitan airport (United States), a Comair Embraer EMB 120 plane crashes; 29 people die.
  • 1998: in Zarauz (Guipúzcoa), the terrorist group ETA assassinates the councilor of the Popular Party, José Ignacio Iruretagoyena.
  • 1999: PageRank, a family of algorithms that is the fundamental basis of Google software, is patented in the United States.
  • 2000: in Ecuador the currency is changed from the sucre to the dollar.
  • 2001: in Zarauz, the terrorist group ETA tries to assassinate the leadership of the Basque Popular Party.
  • 2001: China launches the Shenzhou 2 unmanned spacecraft.
  • 2003: India successfully tests a medium-range surface-to-ground ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
  • 2005: In Naivasha (Kenya), the Government of Sudan signs a peace agreement (the Naivasha Agreement) with the rebel group Sudan People’s Liberation Movement.
  • 2005: in the Palestinian Territories, Rawhi Fattouh is elected leader of the Organization for the Liberation of Palestine (PLO), replacing Yasir Arafat.
  • 2007: In the United States, Steve Jobs (CEO of Apple) announces the launch of the iPhone, during his talk at Macworld.
  • 2009: in Spain, Madrid-Barajas Airport had to close its facilities for 5 hours as a result of a heavy snowfall.
  • 2012: in Zurich (Switzerland), Lionel Messi wins his third Ballon d’Or over Cristiano Ronaldo and Xavi Hernández. He thus equals Johan Cruyff, Marco van Basten and Michel Platini in the number of trophies.
  • 2015: the perpetrators of the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris two days ago are assassinated after a hostage-taking. A second hostage-taking, related to the Charlie Hebdo shooting, occurs in a Jewish market in Vincennes.
  • 2017: A coordinated update of the Bitcoin Cash protocol is made to implement a new address format called CashAddress.
  • 2020: First person killed by COVID-19.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

January 9 – A Day as Today – Births

  • 727: Dai Zong, Chinese Emperor (d. 779).
  • 1418: Juan Ramón Folch III de Cardona, Aragonese admiral (d. 1485).
  • 1493: Juan de Brandenburgo-Ansbach, Viceroy of Valencia between 1523 and 1525 (f. 1525).
  • 1554: Gregory XV, Italian religious, Catholic pope between 1621 and 1623 (f. 1623).
  • 1571: Karel Bonaventura Buquoy, French military man (d. 1621).
  • 1589: Iván Gundulic, Croatian poet (d. 1638).
  • 1590: Simon Vouet, French painter (d. 1649).
  • 1624: Meishō, Japanese empress (d. 1696).
  • 1666: Tomás José Ruiz Montes, Spanish religious (d. 1741).
  • 1674: Reinhard Keizer, German composer (d. 1739).
  • 1728: Thomas Warton, British poet (d. 1790).
  • 1735: John Jervis, British sailor and military man (d. 1823).
  • 1753: Luísa Todi, Portuguese opera singer (d. 1833).
  • 1773: Cassandra Austen, English painter and illustrator (d. 1845).
  • 1811: Gilbert Abbott à Beckett, British journalist, playwright and writer (d. 1856).
  • 1818: Antony-Samuel Adam-Salomon, French sculptor and photographer (d. 1881).
  • 1820: Pavel Křížkovský, Czech composer (d. 1885).
  • 1823: Francisco Bilbao, Chilean writer and philosopher (d. 1865).
  • 1823: Jean-Jules Salmson, French sculptor (d. 1902).
  • 1829: Adolf von Schlagintweit, German explorer (d. 1857).
  • 1829: Thomas William Robertson, English actor and playwright (d. 1871).
  • 1844: Julián Gayarre, Spanish tenor (d. 1890).
  • 1848: Federica de Hanover, German aristocrat (d. 1926).
  • 1849: John Hartley, British tennis player (d. 1935).
  • 1851: Luis Coloma, Spanish writer and journalist (d. 1915).
  • 1855: Eduardo Toda, Spanish diplomat, archaeologist, Egyptologist and sinologist (d. 1941).
  • 1856: Anton Aškerc, Slovenian priest and poet (d. 1912).
  • 1859: Carrie Chapman Catt, American suffragette feminist (d. 1947).
  • 1864: Vladimir Steklov, Russian mathematician (d. 1926).
  • 1868: S. P. L. Sørensen, Danish chemist (d. 1939).
  • 1869: Richard Abegg, German chemist (d. 1910).
  • 1871: Francisco Serrat y Bonastre, Spanish diplomat (d. 1952).
  • 1873: Chaim Najman Biálik, Israelite poet and translator (d. 1934).
  • 1873 – John Flanagan, American athlete (d. 1938).
  • 1873 – Harry Spanger, American boxer (d. 1958).
  • 1875: Carlos Octavio Bunge, Argentine lawyer and writer (d. 1918).
  • 1875: Julio Herrera y Reissig, Uruguayan poet (d. 1910).
  • 1875: Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, American sculptor and philanthropist (d. 1942).
  • 1876: Robert Michels, German sociologist (d. 1936).
  • 1879: John Broadus Watson, American psychologist (d. 1958).
  • 1881: Giovanni Papini, Italian writer (d. 1956).
  • 1882: Pavel Florenski, Russian religious, philosopher and mathematician (d. 1937).
  • 1886: Lloyd Loar, American engineer and luthier (d. 1943).
  • 1888: Marcelino Olaechea, Spanish priest (d. 1972).
  • 1890: Karel Čapek, Czech writer (d. 1938).
  • 1890: Kurt Tucholsky, German journalist and writer (d. 1935).
  • 1893: Enrique Cano Iribarne “Gavira”, Spanish bullfighter (d. 1927).
  • 1897: Luis Gianneo, Argentine composer and pianist (d. 1968).
  • 1897: Karl Löwith, German philosopher (d. 1973).
  • 1897: Vladimir Paléi, Russian poet (d. 1918).
  • 1898: Vilma Bánky, Hungarian-American actress (d. 1991).
  • 1898: Gracie Fields, British cabaret (d. 1979).
  • 1902: Rudolf Bing, Austrian opera impresario (d. 1997).
  • 1902: Josemaría Escrivá, Spanish priest, founder of Opus Dei (d. 1975).
  • 1903: Melitta Gräfin Schenk von Stauffenberg, German pilot and engineer (d. 1945).
  • 1906: Óscar Domínguez, Spanish surrealist painter (d. 1957).
  • 1906: Eduardo Morera, Argentine filmmaker (f. 1997).
  • 1908: Simone de Beauvoir, French writer (d. 1986).
  • 1909: Anthony Mamo, Maltese politician (d. 2008).
  • 1909: Rafael García Herreros, Catholic priest and Colombian television presenter, founder of the Minuto de Dios Corporation (f. 1992).
  • 1911: Gypsy Rose Lee (or 1914), American presenter (d. 1970).
  • 1913: Richard Nixon, American president (d. 1994).
  • 1914: Kenny Clarke, American jazz drummer (d. 1985).
  • 1914: Tía Valentina, Argentine journalist (d. 2011).
  • 1915: Fernando Lamas, Argentine actor (d. 1982).
  • 1915: Anita Louise, American actress (d. 1970).
  • 1920: João Cabral de Melo Neto, Brazilian poet (f. 1999).
  • 1920: Clive Dunn, British actor (d. 2012).
  • 1920: Rubén Ruiz Ibárruri, Soviet military man of Spanish origin (d. 1942).
  • 1920: José Luis de Vilallonga, Spanish writer and actor (d. 2007).
  • 1921: Ágnes Keleti, Hungarian-Israeli Olympic gymnast.
  • 1922: Ahmed Sékou Touré, Guinean politician and president between 1958 and 1984 (d. 1984).
  • 1922: Har Gobind Khorana, American biochemist, Nobel laureate in physiology or medicine in 1968 (d. 2011).
  • 1924: Sergei Parajanov, Armenian filmmaker (d. 1990).
  • 1925: Lee Van Cleef, American actor (d. 1989).
  • 1925: Margot Cottens, Uruguayan actress (d. 1999).
  • 1925: Bernardo Neustadt, Argentine journalist (f. 2008).
  • 1927: Rodolfo Walsh, Argentine journalist, writer, playwright, translator and political activist (d. 1977).
  • 1927: Adolfo Antonio Suárez Rivera, Mexican Archbishop, Cardinal of the Catholic Church (f. 2008).
  • 1928: Domenico Modugno, Italian singer and actor (d. 1994).
  • 1928: Judith Krantz, American writer and journalist (d. 2019)
  • 1929: Heiner Müller, German playwright (d. 1995).
  • 1931: Algis Budrys, American writer of Lithuanian origin.
  • 1931: Pat Conway, Canadian actor (d. 1981).
  • 1932: Elena Urrutia, Mexican journalist and feminist (d. 2015).
  • 1933: Wilbur Smith, Zambian writer.
  • 1934: Mahendra Kapoor, Indian singer (d. 2008).
  • 1935: Bob Denver, American actor (f. 2005).
  • 1935: Raúl Morodo, Spanish politician.
  • 1937: Enrique Lizalde, Mexican actor (f. 2013).
  • 1938: Chidambaram Padmanabhan Ramanuyám, Indian mathematician (d. 1974).
  • 1939: Kiko Argüello, Spanish lay religious, founder of the Neocatechumenal Way.
  • 1939: Susannah York, British actress (d. 2011).
  • 1940: Ruth Dreifuss, Swiss economist.
  • 1940: Ernesto El Flaco Suárez, actor and theater director.
  • 1941: Joan Baez, American singer.
  • 1942: Laureano Albán, Costa Rican writer.
  • 1942: Lee Kun-hee, South Korean businessman and president of Samsung (d. 2020).
  • 1943: Scott Walker, American singer and bassist, of the band The Walker Brothers (f. 2019).
  • 1944: Hugo Moyano, Argentine union leader.
  • 1944: Jimmy Page, British guitarist, of the band Led Zeppelin.
  • 1945: Levon Ter-Petrosian, Armenian president between 1991 and 1998.
  • 1948: Susana Dosamantes, Mexican film and television actress.
  • 1948: Heraldo Romero Sánchez, Colombian politician (d. 1980).
  • 1948: Alberto Samid, Argentine businessman and politician.
  • 1950: David Johansen, American musician and singer.
  • 1950: Rio Reiser, German singer (f. 1996).
  • 1950: Juan Luis Goenaga, Spanish painter.
  • 1951: Toke Talagi, Niuean politician, head of Government of Niue between 2008 and 2020 (f. 2020).
  • 1951: M. L. Carr, American basketball player and coach.
  • 1955: Michiko Kakutani, American literary critic.
  • 1955: J. K. Simmons, American actor.
  • 1956: Kimberly Beck, American actress.
  • 1956: Imelda Staunton, British actress.
  • 1956: Adriana Xenides, Australian television presenter, of Argentine origin (d. 2010).
  • 1957: Yury Bandazhevsky, Belorussian scientist.
  • 1957: Aníbal Fernández, Argentine public accountant, lawyer and politician.
  • 1957: Phil Lewis, American vocalist, of the band L. A. Guns.
  • 1957: Armando Saliva, Argentine businessman and politician.
  • 1957: Manuel Sarabia, Spanish soccer player and coach.
  • 1958: Mehmet Ali Ağca, Turkish attempted assassin.
  • 1958: Stephen Neale, British philosopher.
  • 1959: Rigoberta Menchú, Guatemalan politician, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1992.
  • 1959 – Mark Martin, American stock car driver.
  • 1961: Al Jean, American screenwriter and producer.
  • 1962: Cecilia Gabriela, Mexican actress.
  • 1963: Eric Erlandson, American musician, of the band Hole.
  • 1963: Michael Everson, American linguist.
  • 1963: Mathieu Hermans, Dutch cyclist.
  • 1964: Stan Javier, Dominican baseball player.
  • 1965: Muggsy Bogues, American basketball player.
  • 1965: Haddaway, German singer.
  • 1965: Farah Khan, actress and Indian director.
  • 1965: Joely Richardson, British actress.
  • 1966: Jan Johansen, Swedish musical artist.
  • 1966: Candi Milo, singer and American actress.
  • 1966: Verónica Varano, model, actress and Argentine television host.
  • 1967: Claudio Caniggia, Argentine footballer.
  • 1967: Steven Harwell, American musician, of the band Smash Mouth.
  • 1967: Dave Matthews, South African singer, of the Dave Matthews Band.
  • 1967: Matt Bevin, American politician.
  • 1968: Joey Lauren Adams, American actress.
  • 1970: Lara Fabian, Belgian singer.
  • 1970: Alex Staropoli, Italian keyboardist and composer, of the band Rhapsody of Fire.
  • 1970: Tonino Carotone, Spanish singer-songwriter, of the bands Tijuana in Blue and Kojón Prieto y los Huajolotes.
  • 1971: MF Doom, American rapper and producer.
  • 1971: Angie Martínez, American rapper.
  • 1972: Javier López, Venezuelan golfer.
  • 1972: Mat Hoffman, American motorcyclist.
  • 1973: Sean Paul, Jamaican singer.
  • 1974: Jesulín de Ubrique, Spanish bullfighter
  • 1974: Sávio Bortolini, Brazilian soccer player.
  • 1976: Yoanka González, Cuban cyclist.
  • 1976: Todd Grisham, American commentator.
  • 1978: Gennaro Gattuso, Italian footballer.
  • 1978: Mike Pelino, American guitarist, of the band Green Day.
  • 1978: Chad Johnson, American football player.
  • 1978: Cristina Lasvignes, journalist and Spanish presenter.
  • 1978: Ana Turpin, Spanish actress.
  • 1979: Daniele Conti, Italian footballer.
  • 1979: Athanasios Prittas, Greek footballer.
  • 1981: Euzebiusz Smolarek, Polish footballer.
  • 1982: Catherine of Cambridge, British aristocrat.
  • 1983: Per Verner Vågan Rønning, Norwegian footballer.
  • 1984: Oliver Jarvis, British motorsport driver.
  • 1984: Bobby Jones, American basketball player.
  • 1985: Kika Edgar, actress, dancer and Mexican singer.
  • 1985: Óscar Soliz, Bolivian cyclist.
  • 1985: Juanfran Torres, Spanish soccer player.
  • 1987: Paolo Nutini, British singer-songwriter.
  • 1987: Lucas Pezzini Leiva, Brazilian soccer player.
  • 1987: Pablo Santos, Mexican actor (f. 2006).
  • 1989: Michael Beasley, American basketball player.
  • 1989: Nina Dobrev, Bulgarian-Canadian actress.
  • 1989: Michaella Krajicek, Dutch tennis player.
  • 1991: Álvaro Soler, Spanish-German singer-songwriter.
  • 1993: Marcus Peters, American football player.
  • 2001: Rodrygo Goes, Brazilian soccer player.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

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Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

January 9 – A Day as Today – Deaths

  • 710: Saint Adrian of Canterbury, English saint and religious.
  • 1282: Abu Uthman Said ibn Hakam al-Qurashi, Governor of Menorca (b.1204).
  • 1514: Anne of Brittany, wife of King Charles VIII of France (b.1477).
  • 1562: Amago Haruhisa, Japanese warrior (b.1514).
  • 1571: Nicolas Durand de Villegaignon, French naval officer (b. 1510).
  • 1598: Jasper Heywood, British translator (b. 1553).
  • 1677: Aernout van der Neer, Dutch painter (b.1603).
  • 1757: Bernard le Bovier de Fontenelle, French writer and philosopher (b. 1657).
  • 1757: Louis Bertrand Castel, French mathematician (b.1688).
  • 1798: Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Spanish military man (b. 1718).
  • 1799: Maria Gaetana Agnesi, Italian mathematician (b. 1718).
  • 1848: Carolina Herschel, British astronomer of German origin (b. 1750).
  • 1853: Juan Nicasio Gallego, Spanish priest and poet (b. 1777).
  • 1870: George Lacy Evans, British military man (b. 1787).
  • 1873: Napoleon III, French military man, emperor between 1852 and 1870 (b.1808).
  • 1877: Aleksandr Briulov, Russian painter (b. 1799).
  • 1878: Victor Emmanuel II, Italian aristocrat, king between 1861 and 1878 (b. 1878).
  • 1900: Felipe Berriozábal, Mexican engineer, military and politician (b. 1829)
  • 1908: Wilhelm Busch, German writer and cartoonist (b. 1832).
  • 1918: Émile Reynaud, French scientist (b.1844).
  • 1923: Katherine Mansfield, modernist writer of New Zealand origin (b. 1888).
  • 1927 – Houston Stewart Chamberlain, British writer (b.1855).
  • 1936: John Gilbert, American actor (b.1899).
  • 1939: Charles Alexander Eastman, American intellectual, physician and writer of Sioux origin (b. 1858).
  • 1939: Johann Strauss III, Austrian conductor (b.1866).
  • 1941: Dimitrios Golemis, Greek athlete (b. 1874).
  • 1942 – Heber Doust Curtis, American astronomer (b.1872).
  • 1942: Juan Veltroni, Italian architect (b. 1880).
  • 1944: Johanna Beyer, German composer and pianist, nationalized American (b.1988).
  • 1945: Shigekazu Shimazaki, Japanese admiral (b.1908).
  • 1945: Jüri Uluots, Estonian Prime Minister (b.1890).
  • 1946: Countee Cullen, American poet (b.1903).
  • 1947: Karl Mannheim, Hungarian sociologist (b. 1893).
  • 1950: Manuel Corona, Cuban guitarist and composer (b. 1880).
  • 1953: Robert Knud Pilger, German biologist (b. 1876).
  • 1961: Emily Greene Balch, American writer, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1946 (b. 1867).
  • 1975: Pierre Fresnay, French actor (b. 1897).
  • 1975: Pyotr Novikov, Russian mathematician (b.1901).
  • 1979: Pier Luigi Nervi, Italian architect and engineer (b. 1891).
  • 1980: Juhayman al-Otayb, militant and Saudi activist (b.1936).
  • 1980: Antonio Bribiesca, Mexican composer (b.1905).
  • 1981: José Ardévol, Cuban composer (b.1911).
  • 1981: Cozy Cole, American drummer (b.1909).
  • 1984: Wolfgang Staudte, German director (b.1906).
  • 1986: Michel de Certeau, French historian and philosopher (b. 1925).
  • 1987: Marion Hutton, American singer (b.1919).
  • 1989: Bill Terry, American baseball player (b.1898).
  • 1990: Enrique López-Albújar Trint, Peruvian military and politician (b.1930).
  • 1991: Antonio León Ortega, Spanish sculptor (b.1907).
  • 1992: Steve Brodie, American actor (b.1919).
  • 1995: Peter Cook, British comedian.
  • 1995: Souphanouvong, President of Laos (b.1909).
  • 1996: Walter M. Miller, Jr., American writer (b.1923).
  • 1998: Fukui Kenichi, Japanese chemist, 1981 Nobel Prize Winner (b.1918).
  • 2004: Norberto Bobbio, Italian philosopher, writer and political theorist (b.1909).
  • 2005: Gonzalo Gavira, Mexican sound technician (b.1925).
  • 2006: Andy Caldecott, motorcycle racer in the Dakar rally (b. 1964).
  • 2006: Mikk Mikiver, Estonian actor and director (b.1937).
  • 2007: Elmer Symons, South African motorcyclist (b. 1977).
  • 2007: Jean-Pierre Vernant, French philosopher and historian (b.1914).
  • 2008: Johnny Grant, American radio presenter (b. 1923).
  • 2009: Rob Gauntlett, British explorer (b.1987).
  • 2011: Nínawa Daher, Argentine journalist, lawyer and presenter (b. 1979).
  • 2011: Makinti Napanangka, Australian painter (b.1930).
  • 2011: Peter Yates, director and producer of British cinema (b.1929).
  • 2012: Rebeca Anchondo, Mexican politician (b.1926).
  • 2012: Ruth Fernández, Puerto Rican singer (b.1919).
  • 2012: Malam Bacai Sanhá, President of Guinea-Bissau (b.1947).
  • 2013: James M. Buchanan, American economist, 1986 Nobel Prize winner in economics (b.1919).
  • 2013: Neto Maranhão, Brazilian soccer player (b.1984).
  • 2014: Luis “Camaleón” García, Venezuelan baseball player (b. 1929).
  • 2014: Salvador Llopis, Spanish footballer (b.1950).
  • 2014: Tomás Rolan, Uruguayan soccer player (b.1936).
  • 2014: Dale Thomas Mortensen, American economist (b.1939).
  • 2014: Amiri Baraka, American poet (b.1934).
  • 2015: Ana Nahum, Uruguayan journalist, writer and communicator (b. 1969).
  • 2015: Jozef Oleksy, Polish politician (b.1946).
  • 2016: Angus Scrimm, American actor (b.1926).
  • 2017: Roberto Cabañas, Paraguayan soccer player (born 1961).
  • 2017: Zygmunt Bauman, Polish sociologist and philosopher (b.1925).
  • 2020: Mike Resnick, American writer (b.1942).

What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

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What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

January 9 – A Day as Today – Celebrations

  • United States: Ballooning Day
  • Palau: Day of the Martyrs (national mourning).
  • Panama: Martyrs Day (national mourning).

Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

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Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

January 9 – A Day as Today – Catholic Santoral

  • Saint Marcellin of Ancona, bishop (6th century).
  • St. Hadrian of Canterbury, abbot (710).
  • Saint Felano, abbot of the monastery of San Andrés (c. 710).
  • Saint Eustracio Thaumaturgo, abbot of the monastery of Abgaro (9th century).
  • Saint Honorat of Buzançais (1250).
  • Blessed Julia de la Rena, of the Third Order of Saint Augustine (1367).
  • Blessed Antonio Fatati, bishop (1484).
  • Blessed Maria Teresa de Jesús Le Clerc (Alexia), virgin (1622).
  • Saints Ágata Yi, virgin, and Teresa Kim, widow, martyrs (1840).
  • Blessed Joseph Pawlowski and Casimiro Grelewski, priests and martyrs (1942).
  • Saint Lucrezia of Córdoba, virgin and martyr (859).

What Sign of the Zodiac Rules those Born “A Day as Today”?

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Capricorn Predictions

January 9 – A Day as Today – Zodiac sign

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