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'''October 10''' in the history of the [[Birmingham District]]:
 
'''October 10''' in the history of the [[Birmingham District]]:
 
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* [[2015]]: [[Trinity Hospital]] moved its patients and operations from its [[Montclair Road]] campus to its new location in the [[Grandview Medical Center]].
 
* [[2009]]: The 35th annual [[St Clair County Fall Festival]] was held.
 
* [[2009]]: The 35th annual [[St Clair County Fall Festival]] was held.
* 2009: Restauranteur [[Frank Carnaggio]] died.
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* [[1995]]: [[Richard Arrington Jr]] won a 5th consecutive term as [[Mayor of Birmingham]] in the [[1995 Birmingham mayoral election]].
* [[2004]]: The first [[Porsche 250]] race was held at [[Barber Motorsports Park]].
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* [[1983]]: [[UAB]]'s [[Hill University Center|University Center]] opened.
* [[1980]]: Governor [[Fob James]] appointed [[Oscar Adams, Jr]] to the Alabama Supreme Court.
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* [[1980]]: Governor [[Fob James]] appointed [[Oscar Adams Jr]] to the Alabama Supreme Court.
* [[1980]]: [[Kapali Swamy]] was born in Mississippi.
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* [[1948]]: [[Canterbury United Methodist Church|Canterbury Methodist Church]] merged with [[Mountain Brook Methodist Church]].
* [[1972]]: Lawyer and U.S. Senator [[Tom Stewart]] died.
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* [[1945]]: The Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Circus began a two-day stop at [[Rickwood Field]].
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* [[1891]]: The [[Birmingham Railway & Electric Company]] began electric car service in Birmingham.
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[[Image:Mitchell Porter.jpg|right|thumb|Mitchell Porter, born October 10, 1825]]
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==Births==
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* [[1984]]: Counselor and radio host [[Dana Woodruff]] was born.
 
* [[1964]]: [[UAB]] and Puerto Rican national team basketball player [[Jerome Mincy]] was born.
 
* [[1964]]: [[UAB]] and Puerto Rican national team basketball player [[Jerome Mincy]] was born.
 
* [[1960]]: [[List of NBA players born in the Birmingham area|NBA player]] [[Rod Foster]] was born.
 
* [[1960]]: [[List of NBA players born in the Birmingham area|NBA player]] [[Rod Foster]] was born.
 
* [[1956]]: Jazz pianist [[Johnny O'Neal]] was born.
 
* [[1956]]: Jazz pianist [[Johnny O'Neal]] was born.
 
* [[1933]]: Hair stylist and Manson family victim [[Jay Sebring]] was born.
 
* [[1933]]: Hair stylist and Manson family victim [[Jay Sebring]] was born.
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* [[1825]]: Judge [[Mitchell Porter]] was born in [[Montevallo]].
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==Marriages==
 
* [[1915]]: Shopkeeper [[Gus Jebeles (shopkeeper)|Gus Jebeles]] married Matina Kokkinos.
 
* [[1915]]: Shopkeeper [[Gus Jebeles (shopkeeper)|Gus Jebeles]] married Matina Kokkinos.
* [[1906]]: The first automobile race was held at [[Birmingham International Raceway]].
 
* [[1891]]: The [[Birmingham Railway & Electric Company]] began electric car service in Birmingham.
 
 
* [[1883]]: [[John Gillespy]] married [[Eugenia Gillespy|Eugenia Owen]].
 
* [[1883]]: [[John Gillespy]] married [[Eugenia Gillespy|Eugenia Owen]].
* [[1825]]: Judge [[Mitchell Porter]] was born in [[Montevallo]].
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==Deaths==
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* [[2015]]: [[Ramsay High School]] choir director [[Myrna Ria Ross]] died.
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* [[2009]]: Restauranteur [[Frank Carnaggio]] died.
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* 2009: Delta Air Lines executive [[Robert Wharton III]] died in St Petersburg, Florida.
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* [[1980]]: [[Kapali Swamy]] was born in Mississippi.
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* [[1972]]: Lawyer and U.S. Senator [[Tom Stewart]] died.
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* [[1875]]: Farmer and [[Tannehill Ironworks]] owner [[Ninian Tannehill]] died.
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==Sports==
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* [[2004]]: The first [[Porsche 250]] race was held at [[Barber Motorsports Park]].
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* [[1906]]: The first automobile race was held at [[Birmingham International Raceway]].
  
 
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October 10 in the history of the Birmingham District:

Mitchell Porter, born October 10, 1825

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