- Daniel Hillman constructed a bloomery forge in Roupes Valley.
- Warton Chamblee purchased the Peter Ingle residence.
- Bucksville was recognized as a post office.
- March 31: Christian Enslen, merchant and banker
- July 9: Alburto Martin, attorney
- August 6: William Nabers, farmer and Birmingham founder
- October: John Webb, owner of the Webb Saloon
- December 30: Nathaniel Lupton, University of Alabama president
In 1830, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was founded. Belgium declared independence from the Netherlands. The lawnmower was patented.
Notable births included hat maker John Batterson Stetson, optical instrument maker John Jacob Bausch, and poet Emily Dickinson. Notable deaths included painter Thomas Lawrence, King George IV of the United Kingdom, philosopher Adam Weishaupt, Pope Pius VIII, and revolutionary Simón Bolívar.
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