April 12 - The Ku Klux Klan organizes the assassination of 300 North American African American soldiers captured in Fort Pillow, Tennessee.
August 20 - An incident breaks out near the Imperial Gate in Japan.
November 20 - The beginning of judicial reform in the Russian Empire. On the island of Sri Lanka, near Colombo, built the first railway line.
The first railway branch was laid on the island of Java, near Semarang.
Pierre Martin proposed a method of producing cast steel in furnaces named after him open-hearth.
Suppressed Taiping Uprising.
Charles Hermit introduced Hermite polynomials.
See also Category: Born 1864
January 13 - Wilhelm He, Austrian physicist.
January 18 - Ivan Izhakevych, a prominent Ukrainian painter, writer and graphic artist; artistic director of the drawing school in the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, painted the Holy Intercession Church in the Intercession Monastery, the Church of All Saints and the Church of St. Anthony and Theodosius of Pechersk Kiev-Pechersk Lavra.
March 20 - Vasyl (Lypkivsky), Ukrainian religious figure.
March 27 - Carl Joel, German philosopher.
April 8 - Giuseppe Limona, Spanish sculptor.
April 21 - Max Weber, sociologist.
May 11 - Ethel Lillian Wojnicz, English writer.
June 3 - Rance Eli Olds, American inventor and industrialist.
June 14 - Alois Alzheimer, American psychiatrist, pathologist.
June 22 - Herman Minkowski, German mathematician.
September 11 - Pavlo Arsenovych Grabovsky, poet, publicist, translator.
September 17 - Kotsyubynsky Mykhailo Mykhailovych, a prominent Ukrainian writer and public figure.
November 24 - Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, French painter, post-impressionist
See see also Category: Died 1864
Damon and Stefan Salvatore are descendants of the Mystic Falls family of vampires. They saved the world several times.