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This is an chronological
List of youngsters in history. Teenager is here used in the sense of a person 13-19 years old, and children between 4 and 12 years. Babies are considered until 4 years old. Persons are eligible for this list if: they died before the referred age they gave their contribution to history before the referred age
List of fetuses The unborn fetus fathered by King Charles IV of France, was important only before birth. Charles IV died on 1 February 1328, leaving a daughter Marie, and a pregnant wife. If the fetus were male, he would already be king in utero; if female, the throne would pass to Philippe VI of France. On 1 April 1328 Blanche was born, ending her importance to history. Fetus Connor Peterson was at the center of the media blitz surrounding the Laci Peterson murder.
List of babies
List of children Baldwin V of Jerusalem ( 1177- 1186), King of Jerusalem Mary Bell, murderer at the age of 11 Stephen de Cloyes, reputedly organized the Children's Crusade ( 1212) at the age of 12 Anne Darwin died of tuberculosis aged 10. King Edward V of England ( 1470- 1483) Frederick V Hohenstaufen (1164-1170), Duke of Swabia Elián González (born 1993), Cuban boy, involved in a legal dispute, over his custody, between Cuba and the United States Johnny and Luther Htoo (born c. 1987), Burmese guerrilla warriors Leo II, briefly Byzantine emperor at the age of 7 in 474 Louis XVII of France ( March 27, 1785 - June 8, 1795), son of Louis XVI, executed during the French Revolution; died in prison Margaret I of Scotland ( 1283- 1290), queen of Scotland Visionaries of Fatima, three Portuguese shepherd children who claim to have seen and spoken to Virgin Mary in 1917; Jacinta and Francisco Marto died in 1919, Lucia is still alive Saint William of Norwich ( 1132- 1144), an alleged miracle-worker whose death was used in a blood libel against Jews in Norwich The Princes in the Tower; both sons of Edward IV of England and killed during the Wars of the Roses Henry Pu Yi ( 1906 – October 17, 1967), last Emperor of China, ascended to the throne at the age of three, deposed by the age of six Richard, duke of York ( 1473- 1483) Adam Walsh (Kidnapped and murdered. His vigilante father John Walsh launched "America's Most Wanted" to pursue infamous criminals.)
List of teenagers Tutankhamun, Pharaoh of Egypt in the 14th century BC, died around 18 years old King Alexander IV of Macedon ( 323- 309 BC), the posthumous son of Alexander the Great; murdered by Cassander Caesarion ( June 23, 47 BC - August, 30 BC), pharaoh of Egypt, son of Cleopatra and Julius Caesar; killed by Augustus Caesar Gordian III, Roman emperor, murdered by mutinous soldiers Elagabalus, Roman emperor, killed Arnulf III, Count of Flanders ( 1055- 1071), killed in battle in Saint-Omer, against his uncle Robert the Frisian William Adelin ( 1103- 1120), son of Henry I of England, died in the White Ship shipwreck Arthur I, Duke of Brittany ( 1187- 1203), possibly murdered by John of England Yolande of Jerusalem ( 1212- 1228), queen of Jerusalem Conradin, ( March 25, 1252 - October 29, 1268), duke of Swabia and king of Jerusalem; executed for treason after excommunication Frederick I, Margrave of Baden ( 1249 - October 29, 1268), executed with his friend Conradin John I, Count of Holland ( 1284- 1299), with his death Holland is annexed by the count of Hainaut Philip of Rouvres ( 1346 - 1361), duke of Burgundy; from the bubonic plague Olaf III of Denmark ( 1370- 1387), king of Denmark, Norway and Sweden Joan of Arc ( January 6, 1412 – May 30, 1431), hero of the Hundred Years' War, burned at the stake Lady Jane Grey, Queen of England for 1-2 weeks in 1553 at the age of 15; executed by Mary I of England the following year Edward VI, king of England ( October 12, 1537- July 6, 1553) Francis II of France ( 1544- 1560), King of France Thomas Chatterton ( 1752- 1770), British poet, committed suicide Hong Tianguifu, became ruler of the Heavenly Kingdom of Taiping and died at 16. Johnny Gunther, died at age seventeen of a brain tumor: his father, the author John Gunther, wrote a memoir of Johnny's life ( ) that became a best-seller Death Be Not Proud Anne Frank ( June 12, 1929 - March 1945), killed in the Holocaust: her diary of the years she spent in hiding from the Nazis with her family became a best-selling book Wilfred Benitez (born 1958) became, in 1976, at the age of seventeen, the youngest world boxing champion in history. Heung Jin Moon, second son of Mrs. and Rev. Moon; died in car accident and believed by Unificationists to have thereupon taken charge of the spirit world
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Fetus Connor Peterson was at the center of the media blitz surrounding the Laci Peterson murder.
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