Pope Honorius III
which organized the
Ursula von Cotta, Martin Luther’s benefactress, died.
Thomas Wolsey, domestic chaplain of the archbishop of
Canterbury, chaplain of Henry VII, privy counsellor of Henry
VIII, bishop of Lincoln, archbishop of York , a cardinal and
Lord Chancellor of England, died (b. ca. 1475 at
Andreae (1528–1590) finished the Schwabian Concord, a
forerunner of the Formula of Concord.
(1682–1719) and Heinrich
Pluetschau left Copenhagen for India.
1780 The Congregational Church of Connecticut
licensed Lemuel Hayes to preach, making him the first black
pastor certified by a predominantly white denomination.
Hayes later became the first black pastor to serve a white
Whitman (b. 4 September 1802), American pioneer medical
missionary to Oregon, was massacred by Cayuse Indians in the
Walla Walla valley of Washington.
Carl Eissfeldt, prominent in early city and
institutional work of the Missouri Synod, was born in
Milwaukee (d. 14 March 1935, Mount Prospect, Illinois).
Lewis, Anglican scholar and Christian writer, was born
in Belfast, Ireland (d. 22 November 1963).
Augustus H. Strong
(b. 3 August 1836), American Baptist clergyman and
United Nations decided to partition Palestine and form
the state of Israel.
Otto F. Hattstaedt, professor at Concordia College
(Milwaukee, Wisconsin) from 1884 to 1938, died (b. 31
December 1862 at Monroe, Michigan).
National Council of the Churches of Christ (NCC) was
formed in Cleveland, Ohio.
Church of North India was inaugurated at Nagpur with the
union of six churches.