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Decades: 1620s  1630s  1640s  - 1650s -  1660s  1670s  1680s

Years: 1647 1648 1649 - 1650 - 1651 1652 1653
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Year 1650 (MDCL) was a common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar, or a common year starting on Tuesday (Julian-1650) of the 10-day slower Julian calendar.

Events of 1650[]

April 27: Battle of Carbisdale.

January–June[]

  • April 27Battle of Carbisdale: A Royalist army invades mainland Scotland from the Orkney Islands but is defeated by a Covenanter army.
  • May – The New Model Army is decimated at the siege of Clonmel.
  • June 9 The Harvard Corporation, the more powerful of the two administrative boards of Harvard, is established (the first legal corporation in the Americas).
  • June 23 – Claimant King Charles II of England, Scotland and Ireland arrives in Scotland, the only of the three Kingdoms that has accepted him as ruler.

July–December[]

Palio horseraces.

Wheelchair.

  • September 29Henry Robinson opens his Office of Addresses and Encounters (the first historically documented dating service) in Threadneedle Street, London.
  • November 4William III of Orange becomes Prince of the House of Orange the moment of his birth, succeeding his father who had died a few days earlier. He doesn't become stadtholder, so the United Provinces become a true republic.
  • December 25 – Thomas Cooper, former Usher of Gresham's School, England, is hanged as a Royalist rebel.

Undated[]

  • The first modern Palio horserace is held in Siena.
  • Puritans chop down the original Glastonbury Thorn.
  • Captain James Hind makes an abortive attempt to seize power in England.
  • Jews are allowed to return to France and England.
  • Cafés begin to become popular in Europe.
  • Three-wheeled wheelchairs are used in Nuremberg.
  • The Age of Discovery ends.
  • Ann Greene, who had been hanged for infanticide in Edinburgh, wakes up on an autopsy table; she is pardoned.

Istanbul.

  • Abyssinia deports Portuguese diplomats and missionaries.
  • Einkommende Zeitungen becomes the first German newspaper (cancelled 1918).
  • The town of Sharon, Massachusetts is founded.
  • Estimation: Istanbul becomes the largest city of the world, taking the lead from Beijing.[1]

Ongoing events[]

Births[]

1650 in other calendars
Gregorian calendar 1650
MDCL

Ab urbe condita 2403
Armenian calendar 1099
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Bahá'í calendar -194 – -193
Buddhist calendar 2194
Coptic calendar 1366 – 1367
Ethiopian calendar 1642 – 1643
Hebrew calendar 5410 5411
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat 1705 – 1706
 - Shaka Samvat 1572 – 1573
 - Kali Yuga 4751 – 4752
Holocene calendar 11650
Iranian calendar 1028 – 1029
Islamic calendar 1059 – 1061
Japanese calendar Keian 3


(慶安 3年)

 - Imperial Year Kōki 2310
(皇紀2310年)
Julian calendar 1695
Korean calendar 3983
Thai solar calendar 2193

Deaths[]

People of the year 1650 at Familypedia

120 people were born in 1650

 FatherMotherAge mother at birth
Geert Jans (c1650-1693)Jan (bef1650-)
Benjamin Abell (1650-1699)Robert Abell (1605-1663)Joanna Hyde (1610-1672)
Sandabhatt Agashe
Martha Allen (1650-1692)Andrew Allen (1618-1690)Faith Ingalls (1622-1690)
Hannah Allyn (c1650-1745)Robert Allyn (1608-1683)Sara Gager (1618-1683)
Abigail Atwood (1647-1698)John Atwood (1614-1675)Sarah Masterson (1620-1714)
Edward Baker (1650-1691)Edward Baker (c1619-1687)Joan Lane (1618-1693)
Pieter Bakker Paaij (c1650-aft1689)
Henry Barnes (1650-1675)
John Batchelder (1650-1684)John Batchelder (c1603-1675)Elizabeth Dickenson (1614-1675)
James Bayley (1650-1706)John Bayley (1613-1691)Eleanor Emery (1624-1700)
Martha Beach (1650-1711)Richard Beach (1620-1674)Martha Beach (c1624-)
Daniel Bigelow (1650-1715)John Bigelow (1617-1703)Mary Warren (1624-1691)
Hendrik Bisseling (c1650-)
Hermen Boijkink (c1650-1726)Hendrik Booijkijnck (c1613-1680)
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62 children were born to the 47 women born in 1650

56 people died in 1650

 FatherMotherAge at death
Richard Arderne (1605-1650)Richard Arderne (c1564-)
Ludwig I. von Anhalt-Köthen (1579-1650)Joachim Ernst von Anhalt-Dessau (1536-1586)Eleonore von Württemberg (1552-1618)
Dorothy Bishop (1570-1650)Matthew Bishop (1534-1574)Elizabeth Young (1538-1574)
Maria Magdalena Borinie von Lhota (c1590-c1650)
Love Brewster (1611-1650)William Brewster (1567-1644)Mary Brewster (1569-1627)
Nathaniel Briscoe (1629-c1650)Nathaniel Briscoe (1595-1651)Elizabeth Honor (1600-1642)21
Šebestian Broum von Miřetice (c1590-c1650)
Abraham Brown (1579-1650)Edmund BrowneMary Cramphorne
Lydia Chandler (1614-1650)Edmund Chandler (1582-1662)Elizabeth Alden (1591-1683)
Benjamin Chapman (1621-1650)William Chapman (1560-1626)Catherine Carew (1562-)
William Child (1596-1650)Wolstone Childe (1572-1601)Ellen Empson (1570-1616)
Iancu Costin (c1590-1650)
Judith De Langley (1588-1650)Thomas De Langley (1548-1600)Ann Denison (1552-1595)
Hester Dewsbury (c1605-1653)William Dewsbury (1580-1625)
Sarah Garfield (1616-1650)Edward Garfield (1583-1672)Sarah Lilley (1589-1626)
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3872 people lived in 1650

 FatherMother
Anna Egges (c1630-aft1667)Egge JanszAnna Jans
Anna Jans (1645-1705)Jan
Cornelis Robberts (1645-1708)Jan Robberts
Antonius Cornellii (c1630-aft1671)CorneliusAntonia Laurenti (c1600-?)
Claes Dircksz (bef1640-c1667)Dirck Coop (c1580-1653)Griet Germents (bef1595-aft1663)
Dieuwer Claas (c1615-1679)Claas
Elisabeth Joannis (1645-)Joannis
Geert Jans (c1650-1693)Jan (bef1650-)
Griet Germents (bef1595-aft1663)Gerbrand JacobszGuijrte Hillebrants
Maartje Cornelis (c1633-1661)Cornelis
Maria Jacobi (c1632-aft1671)Jacob (bef1632-)
Meindert Claas (c1633-aft1667)Claas Willebrods
Neeltje Dircks (c1645-1714)Dirck (bef1645-)
Anna Egges (c1635-aft1677)Egge JansAnna Jans
Hendrik Aalberdink (1639-1671)Teunis Aalberdink (?-?)
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Events of the year 1650 at Familypedia

102 people were married in 1650.

 Joined with
Joseph Adams (1626-1694)Abigail Baxter (1634-1692)
Thomas Adgate (c1620-1707)Elizabeth Unknown (1625-c1654)+Mary Marvin (c1628-1713)
Lydia Allen (1624-1709)John Benjamin (1620-1706)
Laurens Andriessen Van Boskerck (c1625-1694)Jannetje Jans (-1692)
Mary Ansell (c1629-1713)Joseph Lathrop (1624-1702)
Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury (1621-1683)Margaret Coventry (bef1624-1649)+Frances Cecil (1633-1652)+Margaret Spencer (1627-1693)
Thomas Ballard (c1630-1689)Anne Thomas (c1630-1678)+Alice Hilliard
Martha Barlow (1632-1698)James Beers (1628-1698)
Mary Barron (1628-1715)Daniel Warren (1628-1716)
James Beers (1628-1698)Martha Barlow (1632-1698)
John Benjamin (1620-1706)Lydia Allen (1624-1709)
Barbara Borsita von Martinitz (1602-1656)Sezima Johann von Vrtba (1578-1648) + Christian Wilhelm von Hohenzollern (1587-1665)
William Bradford (1624-1704)Alice Richards (1629-1671) + Mary Fitch (c1635-1675) + Mary Atwood (1642-1715)
Nathaniel Brewster (1620-1690)Abigail Reymes (1621-1654) + Sarah Ludlow (1625-1665)
Edward Burcher (1543-c1625)Mother Burcher (1543-c1625)
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There were 1 military battles in 1650.

 Event date
Battle of Dunbar (1650)3 September 1650
0.03099173553719 1.3191489361702 0.014462809917355
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