This page lists historical and other events on February 19th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1416 - Principality of Catalonia: Ferran I of Antequera converts the title of Duke of Girona into Prínce of Girona as he gives it to the heir to the Catalano-aragonese throne, the future Alfons IV the Magnanimous.
1802 - Traiguera, Baix Maestrat: Pere Labèrnia Esteller, Valencian linguist (died 1860).
1841 - Tortosa: Felip Pedrell i Sabaté, Catalan composer, music teacher, musicologist and music critic, leader of musical nationalism in Catalonia.
1858 - Carcaixent, la Ribera Alta: Julià Ribera Tarragó, Valencian arabist philologist (died 1934).
1899 - Cervelló: Josep Tarradellas i Joan, 125th President of the Generalitat of Catalonia.
1682 - Barcelona: Lluís Vicenç Gargallo, Baroque composer and musician (born around 1636).
1913 - Barcelona: Dolors Aleu i Riera, doctor, the first woman in the Spanish state to gain a Medicine degree and the second to become a doctor.
1929 - Godella, Horta Nord: Lambert Alonso i Torres, Valencian tenor and painter (born 1863).
1939 - Abrera: Fèlix Figueres i Aragay, Mayor of Olesa de Montserrat, shot by firing squad.