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                             The Life of Bayless, Daniel
1566/--/-- to 1620/--/-- male One child
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1566/--/-- 0 *** Bayless, Daniel - Born France Family Tree Maker, World Family Tree, Vol. 11 estimates birth between 1566 and
1566/--/-- 0 - A revolt begins in the Netherlands against Spanish rule.
1567/--/-- 1 - Mary, Queen of Scots, is forced to abdicate in favor of her son James VI.
1567/--/-- 1 - The Duque de Alba is sent to the Netherlands to quell the Dutch Revolt.
1567/--/-- 1 - The Portuguese oust Huguenot settlers and found the city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
1568/--/-- 2 - Flemish painter Bruegel the Elder paints The Blind Leading the Blind.
1568/--/-- 2 - Mary, Queen of Scots, is imprisoned in England for 19 years by Elizabeth I.
1568/--/-- 2 - Nobunaga seizes Kyoto and begins the reunification of Japan.
1569/--/-- 3 - Cartographer Gerardus Mercator uses the first cylindrical projection for a world map.
1569/--/-- 3 - Jacques Besson develops the first screw-cutting lathe.
1569/--/-- 3 - Mogul emperor Akbar establishes a new capital at Fatehpur Sikri in India.
1569/--/-- 3 - The Union of Lublin unites the Polish states under Sigismund II.
1570/--/-- 4 - Italian architect Andrea Palladio publishes The Four Books of Architecture.
1570/--/-- 4 - Nicholas Hilliard paints a miniature portrait of Elizabeth I.
1570/--/-- 4 - The Kanem-Bornu empire flourishes in West Africa.
1571/--/-- 5 - A calligraphy manual The Useful Writer is published in Italy.
1571/--/-- 5 - The Spanish found the city of Manila in the Philippines.
1571/--/-- 5 - The Turks conquer the island of Cyprus.
1571/--/-- 5 - The allied fleet of Spain, Venice, and the papacy destroys the Turks at Lepanto.
1572/--/-- 6 - Bogota University is founded in Columbia.
1572/--/-- 6 - Francisco de Toledo executes Tupac Amaru, ending Inca resistance in Peru.
1572/--/-- 6 - Huguenots are massacred in France on St. Bartholomew's Day.
1572/--/-- 6 - Sigismund II dies, ending the Jagello dynasty in Poland.
1572/--/-- 6 - The Gujarat state is annexed by the Moguls in India.
1573/--/-- 7 - An era of castle building begins in Japan during the Momoyama period.
1573/--/-- 7 - The potato is brought back from the Americas and cultivated in Spain.
1574/--/-- 8 - Henry III is crowned king of France.
1574/--/-- 8 - The Turks regain Tunis in North Africa from Spain.
1575/--/-- 9 - Indian leader Hiawatha allegedly founds the Iroquois League.
1575/--/-- 9 - Stephen Bathory is elected king of Poland.
1576/--/-- 10 - Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe builds an observatory on the island of Ven.
1576/--/-- 10 - Henry III outlaws Protestantism in France.
1576/--/-- 10 - Martin Frobisher commands an expedition to search for a Northwest Passage.
1576/--/-- 10 - Rudolf II is crowned Holy Roman Emperor; the imperial court moves to Prague.
1576/--/-- 10 - The Dutch provinces unite to drive out the Spanish.
1576/--/-- 10 - The first playhouse, the Theater, is erected by actor James Burbage in London.
1577/--/-- 11 - English explorer Francis Drake begins his voyage of circumnavigation.
1577/--/-- 11 - Ram Das founds the city of Amritsar, a Sikh religious center.
1578/--/-- 12 - English dramatist John Lyly writes Euphues, the Anatomy of Wit.
1578/--/-- 12 - King Sebastian of Portugal is killed by Muslims at Alcazrquivir in Morocco.
1578/--/-- 12 - The Christian catacombs are rediscovered in Rome.
1579/--/-- 13 - English explorer Francis Drake discovers San Francisco Bay.
1580/--/-- 14 - French writer Michel de Montaigne publishes his Essays.
1580/--/-- 14 - Philip II of Spain invades Portugal.
1580/--/-- 14 - Witches are persecuted throughout western Europe.
1581/--/-- 15 - Beaujoyeux's Ballet Comique de la Reigne is performed in Paris.
1581/--/-- 15 - The Dutch Republic is founded after the Union of Utrecht.
1581/--/-- 15 - The Russian conquest of Siberia begins with the expedition of Yermak Timofeyevich.
1582/--/-- 16 - Geographer Richard Hakluyt publishes an account of the discovery of America.
1582/--/-- 16 - The Gregorian calendar is introduced into Catholic countries by Pope Gregory XIII.
1583/--/-- 17 - Edinburgh University is founded in Scotland.
1583/--/-- 17 - Japanese leader Hideyoshi builds Osaka castle.
1583/--/-- 17 - Sir Humphrey Gilbert claims Newfoundland for England.
1584/--/-- 18 - Russian tsar Ivan the Terrible dies.
1584/--/-- 18 - Walter Raleigh and Richard Grenville organize English colonizing ventures to North America.
1584/--/-- 18 - William I, leader of the Dutch Revolt, is assassinated.
1585/--/-- 19 - England is at war with Spain (until 1604).
1585/--/-- 19 - John Davis discovers Davis Strait between Greenland and North America.
1585/--/-- 19 - Roanoke Island in North Carolina is settled as the first English colony in Virginia.
1586/--/-- 20 - Mary, Queen of Scots, is found guilty of treason and executed (1587).
1586/--/-- 20 - Pipe smoking is introduced into England.
1587/--/-- 21 - Francis Drake attacks the Spanish fleet in Cadiz harbor.
1587/--/-- 21 - Japanese leader Hideyoshi bans Christian missionaries.
1588/--/-- 22 - Christian IV succeeds Frederick II as king of Denmark.
1588/--/-- 22 - The Catholic League expels Henry III from Paris.
1588/--/-- 22 - The Spanish Armada is defeated by the English navy.
1588/--/-- 22 - Timothy Bright composes the first manual of shorthand.
1589/--/-- 23 - Galileo Galilei is made professor of mathematics at Pisa.
1589/--/-- 23 - Henry III is assassinated; he is succeeded by Henry IV as king of France.
1590/--/-- 24 - Christopher Marlowe's drama Tamburlaine the Great is published in London.
1590/--/-- 24 - English poet Edmund Spenser begins The Faerie Queene.
1590/--/-- 24 - Hideyoshi completes the unification of Japan.
1590/--/-- 24 - Viete, inventor of symbolic algebra, writes his Introduction to the Analytic Art.
1590/--/-- 24 - William Shakespeare begins writing plays about this time.
1591/--/-- 25 - The Roanoke colony dies out in North Carolina.
1591/--/-- 25 - The Songhai Empire is destroyed by the Moroccan army.
1592/--/-- 26 - Elizabeth I founds Trinity College in Dublin.
1592/--/-- 26 - Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno is imprisoned for heresy.
1592/--/-- 26 - London theaters are closed because of the plague.
1592/--/-- 26 - Playwright Christopher Marlowe writes Doctor Faustus.
1592/--/-- 26 - Thomas Kyd writes his revenge play The Spanish Tragedy.
1593/--/-- 27 - English theologian Richard Hooker publishes his Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity.
1593/--/-- 27 - Henry IV of France converts to Catholicism.
1594/--/-- 28 - Henry IV of France captures Paris.
1594/--/-- 28 - Jacopo Peri's Dafne, the first opera, is performed in Italy about this time.
1595/--/-- 29 - Hugh O'Neill leads a rebellion against the English in Ireland.
1596/--/-- 30 - Warsaw is established as the capital of Poland.
1597/--/-- 31 - English composer John Dowland publishes his First Booke of Songes.
1597/--/-- 31 - Spanish artist El Greco paints The Agony in the Garden.
1598/--/-- 32 - Abbas I of Persia (Iran) defeats the Uzbeks at Herat.
1598/--/-- 32 - Boris Godunov becomes tsar of Russia; the Time of Troubles begin.
1598/--/-- 32 - English playwright Ben Jonson writes Every Man in His Humour.
1598/--/-- 32 - John Florio produces an Italian-English dictionary.
1598/--/-- 32 - Philip III succeeds Philip II as king of Spain.
1598/--/-- 32 - The Edict of Nantes grants French Huguenots equal rights with Catholics.
1599/--/-- 33 - The Earl of Essex is imprisoned for negotiating a truce with the Irish rebels.
1599/--/-- 33 - The Globe theater is built in London.
1600/--/-- 34 - A charter is granted to the East India Company by Queen Elizabeth I.
1600/--/-- 34 - Giordano Bruno is burned at the stake in Rome for heretical writing.
1600/--/-- 34 - Hans and Zacharias Jannsen construct the first microscope about this time.
1600/--/-- 34 - Maurice of Nassau defeats the Austrian army at Nieuport.
1600/--/-- 34 - The Baroque period in art and architecture begins in Italy about this time.
1600/--/-- 34 - Wigs become fashionable at European courts about this time.
1600/--/-- 34 - William Gilbert publishes his treatise on magnetism.
1601/--/-- 35 - Italian artist Caravaggio paints the Conversion of St. Paul.
1601/--/-- 35 - Jesuit missionary Matteo Ricci arrives in Peking.
1601/--/-- 35 - Manchurian leader Nurhachi unites the Manchu tribes under the banner system.
1601/--/-- 35 - The Earl of Essex is executed by Elizabeth I after his rebellion fails.
1601/--/-- 35 - The Gobelins tapestry factory is established in Paris.
1602/--/-- 36 - Abbas I leads Persia (Iran) in a holy war against the Ottoman Turks.
1602/--/-- 36 - Bartholomew Gosnold explores the New England coast and names Cape Cod.
1602/--/-- 36 - The Bodleian Library, the first public library in Europe, opens in Oxford, England
1602/--/-- 36 - The Dutch East India Company is founded.
1603/--/-- 37 - Ieyasu founds the Tokugawa shogunate in Japan.
1603/--/-- 37 - Queen Elizabeth I dies; she is succeeded by James I (James IV of Scotland).
1603/--/-- 37 - The first Kabuki performance is given in Japan.
1603/--/-- 37 - William Shakespeare's play Hamlet is performed for the first time.
1603/07/05 37 - James I crowned King of England at Westminster Abbey by John Whitgift, Archbisho
1604/--/-- 38 - A false Dmitry lays claim to the Russian throne during the "Time of Troubles."
1604/--/-- 38 - Charles IX is crowned king of Sweden.
1604/--/-- 38 - England and Spain are at peace after 19 years of war.
1604/--/-- 38 - Flemish artist Carel van Mander publishes a handbook for painters Het Schilderboeck.
1604/--/-- 38 - Hieronymus Fabricius writes De formata foctu, a study of human embryology.
1604/--/-- 38 - The French East India Company is founded.
1604/--/-- 38 - The Spanish capture the Dutch city of Ostend after a 3-year siege.
1605/--/-- 39 - English philosopher Francis Bacon publishes The Advancement of Learning.
1605/--/-- 39 - Jahangir succeeds Akbar as Mogul emperor of India.
1605/--/-- 39 - Spanish writer Cervantes publishes part one of Don Quixote.
1605/--/-- 39 - The English claim Barbados in the West Indies.
1605/--/-- 39 - The Gunpowder Plot to blow up the English Parliament is discovered.
1605/--/-- 39 - The first French settlement in North America is founded at Port Royal in Nova Scotia.
1606/--/-- 40 - Ben Jonson's play Volpone is performed for the first time.
1607/--/-- 41 - Claudio Monteverdi's first opera Orfeo is performed.
1607/--/-- 41 - John Smith founds the first English colony at Jamestown in Virginia.
1608/--/-- 42 - Emperor Rudolf II cedes Hungary to his brother Matthias.
1608/--/-- 42 - Girolamo Frescobaldi is appointed as organist at St. Peter's in Rome.
1608/--/-- 42 - Italian scientist Galileo Galilei assembles an astronomical telescope.
1608/--/-- 42 - Samuel de Champlain founds a French settlement in Quebec.
1608/--/-- 42 - The first telescope is invented by Dutch optician Hans Lippershey.
1609/--/-- 43 - A truce with Spain gives the United Provinces (the Netherlands) virtual independence.
1609/--/-- 43 - Johannes Kepler publishes his first law of planetary motion in New Astronomy.
1609/--/-- 43 - Spanish playwright Lope de Vega publishes The New Art of Writing Plays.
1609/--/-- 43 - The English colonize Bermuda.
1609/--/-- 43 - The Spanish found Santa Fe in New Mexico.
1610/--/-- 44 - Ben Jonson's play The Alchemist is performed for the first time.
1610/--/-- 44 - English navigator Henry Hudson becomes the first European to explore Hudson Bay.
1610/--/-- 44 - Galileo Galilei publishes his first stellar observations in The Starry Messenger.
1610/--/-- 44 - Henry IV of France is assassinated; he is succeeded by his son Louis XIII.
1610/--/-- 44 - Maximilian of Bavaria forms the Catholic League to oppose the Protestant Union.
1610/--/-- 44 - The Polish army of Sigismund III invades Russia and captures Moscow.
1611/--/-- 45 - An edition of the Bible authorized by King James I is completed in England.
1611/--/-- 45 - Christian IV of Denmark declares war on Sweden.
1611/--/-- 45 - English and Scottish Protestants settle in Ireland under the Ulster Plantation.
1611/--/-- 45 - Gustav II Adolf succeeds Charles IX as king of Sweden.
1612/--/-- 46 - John Webster's tragedy The White Devil is produced.
1612/--/-- 46 - Matthias succeeds his brother Rudolf II as Holy Roman Emperor.
1613/--/-- 47 - Gabor Bethlen becomes Prince of Transylvania.
1613/--/-- 47 - Gustav II Adolf ends the War of Kalmar with Denmark and attacks Russia.
1613/--/-- 47 - Michael becomes tsar of Russia, founding the Romanov dynasty.
1613/--/-- 47 - Virginia colonists destroy French settlements in Maine and Nova Scotia.
1614/--/-- 48 - James I dissolves the Addled Parliament in England.
1614/--/-- 48 - Pocahontas, a North American Indian princess, marries English settler John Rolfe.
1614/--/-- 48 - Scottish mathematician John Napier publishes Marvelous Canon of Logarithms.
1614/--/-- 48 - Sir Walter Raleigh writes his History of the World.
1615/--/-- 49 - Coffee is introduced into Italy from Turkey.
1615/--/-- 49 - Manchu tribes in China expand to eight banners (military regions) under Nurhachi.
1615/--/-- 49 - The Dutch seize the Spice Islands (the Moluccas) from the Portuguese.
1615/--/-- 49 - The first English language reference is made to tea.
1616/--/-- 50 - A smallpox epidemic decimates the Indian population in New England.
1616/--/-- 50 - Cardinal Richelieu becomes Minister of State for Foreign Affairs in France.
1616/--/-- 50 - Emperor Ieyasu of Japan dies; he is succeeded by his son Hidetada.
1616/--/-- 50 - The Catholic church issues an edict against Copernicanism.
1616/--/-- 50 - William Baffin searches for the Northwest Passage and discovers Baffin Bay.
1617/--/-- 51 *** Bayless, John [Son] - Born to Bayless, Daniel Norwich, Norfolk, England
1617/--/-- 51 - The Treaty of Stolbovo ends the war between Russia and Sweden.
1617/--/-- 51 - Tobacco is established as the major industry in North America.
1618/--/-- 52 - Conflict between Catholic and Protestant states begins the Thirty Years' War.
1618/--/-- 52 - James I orders the execution of Sir Walter Raleigh.
1619/--/-- 53 - Dutch ships bring the first Negro slaves to the colony of Virginia.
1619/--/-- 53 - Ferdinand II is elected Holy Roman Emperor and king of Bohemia.
1619/--/-- 53 - Inigo Jones designs the Banqueting House at Whitehall, London.
1619/--/-- 53 - Louis XIII of France defeats the supporters of his mother Maria de Medicis.
1619/--/-- 53 - Spanish artist Diego Velazquez paints The Water Seller of Seville.
1619/--/-- 53 - The Bohemians depose Ferdinand and elect Frederick V (Elector Palatine) as king.
1620/--/-- 54 *** Bayless, Daniel - Died England England
1620/--/-- 54 - Catholic League forces under Graf von Tilly defeat the Bohemians under Frederick V.
1620/--/-- 54 - Cornelis Drebbel demonstrates a submarine on the River Thames.
1620/--/-- 54 - Ferdinand II is restored to the throne of Bohemia.
1620/--/-- 54 - Gustavus II Adolf begins a war with Poland and captures Livonia.
1620/--/-- 54 - The Pilgrim Fathers arrive at Cape Cod and found the Plymouth Colony.

In 1566 Transportation was by:
          Foot
          Horse
          Sailing ship

In 1566 Communications was by:
          Word of Mouth

In 1566 Food Preparation was by:
          Wood

In 1566 Entertainment was by:
          Social Intercourse
          Organized Sports
          Travel
          Professional Sports
          Movies
          Radio
          Television
          Theme parks
          Computer

In 1566 Health Care was by:
          Operations
          Anesthetic
          X-Rays
          MRI

In 1566 War Making was by:
          Bow & Arrow
          Swords & body armor
          Calvary
          gun
          Artillery

In 1566 Navigation was by:
          Stars & Maps
          Compass

from the SFHR database of Duane Bristow 10-13-2019 12:20:52


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