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St James', Westminster

On 22 May 1681 Robert Cholmondeley 1st Viscount Cholmondley 1651-1681 (35) died at St James', Westminster . His son Hugh Cholmondeley 1st Earl Cholmondeley 1662-1725 (19) succeeded as 2nd Viscount Cholmondley of Kells in County Meath .

On 20 Jul 1723 Robert Shirley 6th Earl Ferrers 1723-1787 was born to Laurence Shirley 1693-1743 (29) and Anne Clarges 1695-1782 (28) at St James', Westminster

On 13 May 1737 William Wodehouse 1706-1737 (31) died of smallpox wihout issue.He was buried in St James', Westminster .

On 27 Dec 1741 Reginald Courtenay Bishop Bristol, Bishop Exeter 1741-1803 was born to Henry Reginald Courtenay 1714-1763 (27) and Catherine Bathurst -1783 at St James', Westminster .

On 14 Aug 1769 George Chichester 2nd Marquess County Donegal 1769-1844 was born to Arthur Chichester 1st Marquess County Donegal 1739-1799 (30) and Anne Hamilton 5th Marchioness County Donegal 1738-1780 (31) at St James', Westminster

On 21 Dec 1820 Thomas George Lyon-Bowes 1801-1834 (19) and Charlotte Grimstead 1797-1881 (23) were married at St James', Westminster .

Haymarket, St James', Westminster

Oxendon Street, Haymarket, Westminster

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In 1669 Shaver's Hall with all its appurtenances was bought by Thomas Panton , succinctly described by the Dictionary of National Biography as a "gambler," who in 1671 petitioned the Privy Council "that having been at great charge in purchasing a parcell of ground, lying at Pickadilly, part of it being the two bowling greens fronting the Haymarket, the other part lying on the north of Tennis Court," he might have leave to continue with his development of the property in spite of the king's "late proclamation" against building. Sir Christopher Wren (45) reported that "by opening a new street from the Hay-markett into Leicester-fields" Panton's scheme would "ease in some measure the great passage of the Strand, and will cure the noysomness of that part," and recommended that a licence to build be granted provided that the houses were built of brick "with sufficient scantlings, good paving in the streets, and sufficient sewers and conveighances for the water." Panton Street first appears in the ratebooks in 1674 and Oxendon Street , named after Baker's son-in-law, in 1675. Panton was also responsible for the erection of houses on the east side of the Haymarket at this time.

In 1711 Godfrey Kneller 1646-1723 . Portrait of Christopher Wren Architect 1632-1723 (87) .

Panton Street, Haymarket, St James', Westminster

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Panton Street was described by Strype in 1720 as "a good open street, inhabited by tradesmen." On the south side lived in 1696–1730 Thomas Hickford, proprietor of "Hickford's Great Room" used for auction sales and entertainments.

Panton Street, Haymarket, St James', Westminster was built by Colonel Thomas Panton -1685 who had a large house nearby.

Shaver's Hall, Haymarket, St James', Westminster

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In 1669 Shaver's Hall with all its appurtenances was bought by Thomas Panton , succinctly described by the Dictionary of National Biography as a "gambler," who in 1671 petitioned the Privy Council "that having been at great charge in purchasing a parcell of ground, lying at Pickadilly, part of it being the two bowling greens fronting the Haymarket, the other part lying on the north of Tennis Court," he might have leave to continue with his development of the property in spite of the king's "late proclamation" against building. Sir Christopher Wren (45) reported that "by opening a new street from the Hay-markett into Leicester-fields" Panton's scheme would "ease in some measure the great passage of the Strand, and will cure the noysomness of that part," and recommended that a licence to build be granted provided that the houses were built of brick "with sufficient scantlings, good paving in the streets, and sufficient sewers and conveighances for the water." Panton Street first appears in the ratebooks in 1674 and Oxendon Street , named after Baker's son-in-law, in 1675. Panton was also responsible for the erection of houses on the east side of the Haymarket at this time.

In 1711 Godfrey Kneller 1646-1723 . Portrait of Christopher Wren Architect 1632-1723 (87) .

Jermyn Street, St James', Westminster

On 02 Nov 1752 Philip Twysden Bishop Raphoe 1713-1752 (39) died at Jermyn Street, St James', Westminster .Possibly East Peckham, Kent .Somewhat curously his death was embroiled in a scandal that suggested he had, as a result of his impeecunious situation, been shot whilst attempting to rob a stagecoch.

King Street, St James', Westminster

On 19 Jul 1860 John Elphinstone 13th Lord Elphinstone 1807-1860 (53) died at King Street, St James', Westminster . His uncle Charles Elphinstone 14th Lord Elphinstone 1774-1840 succeeded as 14th Lord Elphinstone

Marlborough House, St James', Westminster

On 03 Jun 1865 George V King United Kingdom 1865-1936 was born to Edward VII King United Kingdom 1841-1910 (23) and Alexandra Glücksburg 1844-1925 (20) at Marlborough House, St James', Westminster

On 20 Feb 1867 Louise Windsor Duchess Fife 1867-1931 was born to Edward VII King United Kingdom 1841-1910 (25) and Alexandra Glücksburg 1844-1925 (22) at Marlborough House, St James', Westminster .

On 06 Jul 1868 Victoria Windsor 1868-1935 was born to Edward VII King United Kingdom 1841-1910 (26) and Alexandra Glücksburg 1844-1925 (23) at Marlborough House, St James', Westminster .

On 26 Nov 1869 Maud Windsor Queen Consort Norway 1869-1938 was born to Edward VII King United Kingdom 1841-1910 (28) and Alexandra Glücksburg 1844-1925 (24) at Marlborough House, St James', Westminster .

Pall Mall, St James', Westminster

Samuel Pepy's Diary 1669 May . Saturday 01 May 1669 . Up betimes. Called up by my tailor, and there first put on a summer suit this year; but it was not my fine one of flowered tabby vest, and coloured camelott tunique, because it was too fine with the gold lace at the hands, that I was afeard to be seen in it; but put on the stuff suit I made the last year, which is now repaired; and so did go to the Office in it, and sat all the morning, the day looking as if it would be fowle. At noon home to dinner, and there find my wife (28) extraordinary fine, with her flowered tabby gown that she made two years ago, now laced exceeding pretty; and, indeed, was fine all over; and mighty earnest to go, though the day was very lowering; and she would have me put on my fine suit, which I did. And so anon we went alone through the town with our new liveries of serge, and the horses’ manes and tails tied with red ribbons, and the standards there gilt with varnish, and all clean, and green refines, that people did mightily look upon us; and, the truth is, I did not see any coach more pretty, though more gay, than ours, all the day. But we set out, out of humour — I because Betty , whom I expected, was not come to go with us; and my wife (28) that I would sit on the same seat with her, which she likes not, being so fine: and she then expected to meet Sheres , which we did in the Pell Mell , and, against my will, I was forced to take him into the coach, but was sullen all day almost, and little complaisant: the day also being unpleasing, though the Park full of coaches, but dusty and windy, and cold, and now and then a little dribbling rain; and, what made it worst, there were so many hackney-coaches as spoiled the sight of the gentlemen’s; and so we had little pleasure. But here was W. Batelier and his sister in a borrowed coach by themselves, and I took them and we to the lodge ; and at the door did give them a syllabub, and other things, cost me 12s., and pretty merry. And so back to the coaches, and there till the evening, and then home, leaving Mr. Sheres at St. James’s Gate , where he took leave of us for altogether, he being this night to set out for Portsmouth post, in his way to Tangier , which troubled my wife (28) mightily, who is mighty, though not, I think, too fond of him. But she was out of humour all the evening, and I vexed at her for it, and she did not rest almost all the night, so as in the night I was forced; to take her and hug her to put her to rest. So home, and after a little supper, to bed.

Samuel Pepy's Diary 1669 May . Monday 03 May 1669 . Up, and by coach to my Lord Brouncker’s (49) , where Sir G. Carteret (59) did meet Sir J. Minnes (70) and me, to discourse upon Mr. Deering’s (43) business, who was directed, in the time of the war, to provide provisions at Hamburgh, by Sir G. Carteret’s (59) direction; and now G. Carteret (59) is afeard to own it, it being done without written order. But by our meeting we do all begin to recollect enough to preserve Mr. Deering (43) , I think, which, poor silly man! I shall be glad of, it being too much he should suffer for endeavouring to serve us. Thence to St. James’s, where the Duke of York (35) was playing in the Pell Mell ; and so he called me to him most part of the time that he played, which was an hour, and talked alone to me; and, among other things, tells me how the King (38) will not yet be got to name anybody in the room of Pen (48) , but puts it off for three or four days; from whence he do collect that they are brewing something for the Navy, but what he knows not; but I perceive is vexed that things should go so, and he hath reason; for he told me that it is likely they will do in this as in other things — resolve first, and consider it and the fitness of it afterward. Thence to White Hall , and met with Creed , and I took him to the Harp and Balls , and there drank a cup of ale, he and I alone, and discoursed of matters; and I perceive by him that he makes no doubt but that all will turn to the old religion, for these people cannot hold things in their hands, nor prevent its coming to that; and by his discourse fits himself for it, and would have my Lord Sandwich (43) do so, too, and me. After a little talk with him, and particularly about the ruinous condition of Tangier, which I have a great mind to lay before the Duke of York (35) , before it be too late, but dare not, because of his great kindness to Lord Middleton (61) , we parted, and I homeward; but called at Povy’s (55) , and there he stopped me to dinner, there being Mr. Williamson (35) , the Lieutenant of the Tower , Mr. Childe (38) , and several others. And after dinner, Povy (55) and I together to talk of Tangier; and he would have me move the Duke of York (35) in it, for it concerns him particularly, more than any, as being the head of us; and I do think to do it. Thence home , and at the office busy all the afternoon, and so to supper and to bed.

Before 09 Dec 1641 Anthony Van Dyck 1599-1641 (42) . Portrait of John Mennes Comptroller 1599-1671 (42) .

Before 12 Dec 1676 Jacob Huysmans 1633-1696 (43) . Portrait of John Middleton 1st Earl Middleton 1608-1674 .

On 12 Feb 1682 Thomas "Tom of Ten Thousand" Thynne 1648-1682 (34) was shot and killed while riding in his coach along Pall Mall, St James', Westminster , by three men, Christopher Vratz, John Stern and Charles George Borosky who were believed to be acting for her lover the Swedish Count Karl Johann von Königsmark. He was buried at Westminster Abbey

On 29 Dec 1689 Thomas Sydenham Father of English Medicine 1624-1689 (65) died at his house in Pall Mall, St James', Westminster . He was buried in St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

In 1688 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (54) . Portrait of Thomas Sydenham Father of English Medicine 1624-1689 (63) .

Before 29 Dec 1689 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (56) . Portrait of Thomas Sydenham Father of English Medicine 1624-1689 (65) .

Before 08 Oct 1699 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (66) died at her house in Pall Mall, St James', Westminster .

In 1659 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (25) (attributed).Portrait of Anna Maria Brudenell Countess Shrewsbury.

Around 1666 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (32) . Portrait of her husband Charles Beale 1632-1705 (34) .

In 1670 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (36) . Portrait of Courtenay Pole 2nd Baronet Pole 1619-1695 (51) .

Around 1675 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (41) . Portrait of Margaret Twisden 1647-1718 (28) .

Around 1675 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (41) . Portrait of Gilbert Burnet Bishop Salisbury 1643-1715 (31) .

Around 1675 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (41) . Portrait of Lady Norwich.Probably Jane Bickerton Duchess Norfolk 1643-1693 (32) who married the Duke around 1675 being his mistress prior to their marriage.

Around 1675 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (41) . Portrait of Lady Norwich.Probably Mary Maitland Marchioness Teviotdale .

Around 1675 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (41) . Portrait of Jane Tomlinson Baronetess Twisden .

In 1680 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (46) . Portrait of William Anson 1656-1720 (24) . Shugborough Hall.

Around 1680 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (46) . Portrait of her husband Charles Beale 1632-1705 (48) .

Around 1680 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (46) . Portrait of her husband Edward Stillingfleet Bishop Worcester 1635-1699 (44) When Dean of St Pauls.

In 1687 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (53) . Portrait of Edwyn Sadleir 2nd Baronet Sadleir 1656-1719 (31) .

In 1688 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (54) . Portrait of Thomas Sydenham Father of English Medicine 1624-1689 (63) .

Before 30 Aug 1689 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (56) . Portrait of John Lake Bishop Sodor and Man.

Before 29 Dec 1689 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (56) . Portrait of Thomas Sydenham Father of English Medicine 1624-1689 (65) .

Around 1690 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (56) (attributed).Portrait of Edward Stillingfleet Bishop Worcester 1635-1699 (54) .

Around 05 Apr 1695 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (62) . Portrait of Mary Morice Baronetess Carew 1671-1698 (23) .

Before 05 Apr 1695 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (62) . Portrait of Christian Hill -1709 .

Before 05 Apr 1695 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (62) . Portrait of William Russell 7th Baronet Russell 1726-1758 (-30) .

Before 08 Oct 1699 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (66) (attributed). Portrait of Nell Gwyn 1650-1687 .

In 1766 William Henry Hanover 1st Duke Gloucester and Edinburgh 1743-1805 (22) and Maria Walpole Duchess Gloucester and Edinburgh 1736-1807 (29) were married at Pall Mall, St James', Westminster . Maria Walpole Duchess Gloucester and Edinburgh 1736-1807 (29) by marriage Duchess Gloucester and Edinburgh .

On 04 Dec 1770 John Perceval 2nd Earl Egmont 1711-1770 (59) died at Pall Mall, St James', Westminster . His son John Perceval 3rd Earl Egmont 1738-1822 (32) succeeded as 3rd Earl Egmont . Isabella Powlett Countess Egmont -1821 by marriage Countess Egmont .

Park Place, St James', Westminster

Vernon House, Park Place, St James', Westminster

In Jul 1835 Edward Harbord 3rd Baron Suffield 1781-1835 (53) died at Vernon House, Park Place, St James', Westminster after a fall from his horse on Consitution Hill, Westminster . His son Edward Harbord 4th Baron Suffield 1813-1853 (22) succeeded as 4th Baron Suffield , 5th Baronet Harbord .

St James' Church, St James', Westminster

John Evelyn's Diary 1684 Dec . 07 Dec 1684 . I went to see the new church at St. James's , elegantly built ; the altar was especialy adorn'd, the white marble inclosure curiously and richly carved, the flowers and garlands about the walls by Mr. Gibbons (36) in wood; a pelican with her young at her breast, just over the altar in the carv'd compartment and border, invironing the purple velvet fring'd with I. H. S. richly embroider'd, and most noble plate, were given by Sr R. Geere, to the value (as was said) of £200. There was no altar any where in England, nor has there ben any abroad, more handsomely adorn'd.

John Evelyn's Diary 1685 Apr . 17 Apr 1685 . Good Friday. Dr. Tenison (48) preached at the new church at St. James's , on 1 Cor. 16, 22, upon the infinite love of God to us, which he illustrated in many instances. The holy Sacrament followed, at which I participated. The Lord make me thankfull. In tbe after noone Dr. Sprat, Bp. of Rochester (50) , preached in Whitehall Chapell , the auditory very full of Lords, the two Archbishops, and many others, now drawne to towne upon the occasion of the Coronation and ensuing Parliament. I supp'd with the Countesse of Sunderland (39) and Lord Godolphin (6) , and return'd home.

On 29 Dec 1689 Thomas Sydenham Father of English Medicine 1624-1689 (65) died at his house in Pall Mall, St James', Westminster . He was buried in St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

In 1688 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (54) . Portrait of Thomas Sydenham Father of English Medicine 1624-1689 (63) .

Before 29 Dec 1689 Mary Cradock 1633-1699 (56) . Portrait of Thomas Sydenham Father of English Medicine 1624-1689 (65) .

In 1693 William Wake Archbishop Canterbury 1657-1737 (35) was appointed Rector of St James' Church, St James', Westminster

Before 1737 Thomas Gisbson 1680-1751 (56) . Portrait of William Wake Archbishop Canterbury 1657-1737 (79) .

On 22 Jul 1713 Grace Carteret Countess Dysart 1713-1755 was baptised at St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

In 1737 John Vanderbank 1694-1739 (42) . Portrait of Grace Carteret Countess Dysart 1713-1755 (23) .A full-length portrait of a woman, standing, turned slightly to the right, head inclined to the left, gazing at the spectator, wearing wearing robes worn at the coronation of George II.A Countess’s coronet is shown on the table, right.She wears an elaborate white silk gown with a red velvet bodice edged with white fur, and a long red cloak over which is a cape of ermine.She holds a fold of her cloak in her right hand and gestures to the right with her left hand.

On 21 Sep 1718 Joseph Butler Bishop Bristol, Bishop of Durham 1692-1792 (26) was ordained a priest by William Talbot Bishop Oxford, Bishop Salisbury, Bishop of Durham 1658-1730 (60) in the St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

After 10 Oct 1730 William Talbot Bishop Oxford, Bishop Salisbury, Bishop of Durham 1658-1730 was buried at St James' Church, St James', Westminster

On Jul 1738 Mary-Anastasia Grace Mordaunt 1738-1819 was christened at St James' Church, St James', Westminster

On 19 Jan 1740 Topham Beauclerk 1739-1780 was christened at St James' Church, St James', Westminster

On 27 Oct 1743 Michael Dahl 1659-1743 was buried in St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

Around 1695 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (36) . Portrait of Anne Salvin . Sizergh Castle.

Around 1695 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (36) . Portrait of Dorothy Yarde 1667-1723 (28) .

Around 1695 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (36) . Portrait of Margaret Sawyer Countess Pembroke. Petworth House.

Around 1695 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (36) . Portrait of Juliana Alington Viscountess Howe 1649-1747 (46) . Petworth House.

Before 1700 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (40) . Portrait of Dorothy Mason Baronetess Brownlow 1667-1700 (32) .

Around 1704 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (45) . Portrait of Mary Levinge Countess Ferrers -1740 .

Around 1705 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (46) . Portrait of Mary Preston Marchioness Powis -1724 . Powis Castle.

Around 1705 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (46) . Portrait of Mary Osbaldeston Baronetess Wroth 1678-1721 (27) .

Around 1705 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (46) . Portrait of Mary Preston Marchioness Powis -1724 . Walmer Castle, Walmer, Kent .

Around 1705 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (46) . Portrait of George Oldenburg 1st Duke Cumberland 1653-1708 (51) . Walmer Castle, Walmer, Kent .

Around 1707 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (48) . Portrait of George Rooke 1650-1709 (57) (copied from an original).

Around 1707 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (48) . Portrait of William Stawell 3rd Baron Stawell 1682-1742 (25) .

Around 1710 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (51) . Portrait of William Carew 5th Baronet Carew 1690-1744 (20) .

Around 1712 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (53) . Portrait of Mary Myddleton -1747 . Chirk Castle.

Around 1715 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (56) . Portrait of Edward Stawell 4th Baron Stawell -1755 .

Around 1715 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (56) . Portrait of Mary Cullen -1719 .

Before 1718 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (58) . Portrait of Frances Winchcombe Viscountess Bolingbroke 1680-1718 (37) . Lydiard House.

Around 1720 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (61) . Portrait of Sarah Lascelles 1656-1743 (64) .

Before 1726 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (66) . Portrait of Thomas Cookes 2nd Baronet Courten Aldington 1648-1701 .

After 1727 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (68) . Portrait of Edward Harley 2nd Earl Oxford and Earl Mortimer 1689-1741 (37) .

Around 1728 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (69) . Portrait of Edward Harley 2nd Earl Oxford and Earl Mortimer 1689-1741 (38) .

Around 1730 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (71) . Portrait of Mary Booth Countess Stamford 1704-1772 (26) with her son Henry Robartes 3rd Earl Radnor 1695-1741 (35) .

Around 1730 . Style of Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (71) . Portrait of Caroline Hohenzollern Queen Consort England 1683-1737 (46) .

Before 1733 . Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (73) . Portrait of Watkin Williams-Wynn 3rd Baronet Williams-Wynn 1692-1749 (40) .

Before 20 Oct 1743 Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (84) . Portrait of Charlotte Jane Windsor Marchioness Bute 1746-1800 (-2) .

Before 20 Oct 1743 in the style of Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (84) . Portrait of Elizabeth Barbour -1743 .

Before 20 Oct 1743 Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (84) . Portrait of Catherine Sambrooke Baronetess Strickland . Nostell Priory.

Before 20 Oct 1743 Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (84) . Portrait of Mary Vere Robartes 1696-1758 (46) .

Before 20 Oct 1743 Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (84) . Portrait of Mary Forester Baronetess Downing 1684-1734 .

Before 20 Oct 1743 Michael Dahl 1659-1743 (84) . Portrait of Elizabeth Thelwall . Pollok House .

On 12 Dec 1754 Henry Nassau 1st Earl Grantham 1673-1754 was buried at St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

On 09 Sep 1790 John Eliot 1st Earl St Germans 1761-1823 (28) and Caroline Yorke Countess St Germans 1765-1818 (25) were married at St James' Church, St James', Westminster

On 17 Jan 1800 Frances Vane-Tempest Marchioness Londonderry 1800-1865 was born to Henry Vane-Tempest 2nd Baronet 1771-1813 (28) at St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

On 24 Jun 1810 George Fitzroy 2nd Baron Southampton 1761-1810 (48) died . He was buried at St James' Church, St James', Westminster . His son Charles Fitzroy 3rd Baron Southampton 1804-1872 (5) succeeded as 3rd Baron Southampton .

On 16 Oct 1811 Du Pre Alexander 2nd Earl Caledon 1777-1839 (33) and Catherine Yorke Countess Caledon were married at St James' Church, St James', Westminster

On 03 Jul 1815 William Vane 3rd Duke Cleveland 1792-1864 (23) and Grace Caroline Lowther Duchess Cleveland -1883 were married at St James' Church, St James', Westminster

On 02 Sep 1824 Edward Granville Eliot 3rd Earl St Germans 1798-1877 (26) and Jemima Cornwallis 4th Countess St Germans 1803-1856 (20) were married at St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

On 23 Jul 1887 Charles Robert Spencer 6th Earl Spencer 1857-1922 (29) and Margaret Baring Countess Spencer were married at St James' Church, St James', Westminster .

St James' Gate, St James', Westminster

Samuel Pepy's Diary 1669 May . Saturday 01 May 1669 . Up betimes. Called up by my tailor, and there first put on a summer suit this year; but it was not my fine one of flowered tabby vest, and coloured camelott tunique, because it was too fine with the gold lace at the hands, that I was afeard to be seen in it; but put on the stuff suit I made the last year, which is now repaired; and so did go to the Office in it, and sat all the morning, the day looking as if it would be fowle. At noon home to dinner, and there find my wife (28) extraordinary fine, with her flowered tabby gown that she made two years ago, now laced exceeding pretty; and, indeed, was fine all over; and mighty earnest to go, though the day was very lowering; and she would have me put on my fine suit, which I did. And so anon we went alone through the town with our new liveries of serge, and the horses’ manes and tails tied with red ribbons, and the standards there gilt with varnish, and all clean, and green refines, that people did mightily look upon us; and, the truth is, I did not see any coach more pretty, though more gay, than ours, all the day. But we set out, out of humour — I because Betty , whom I expected, was not come to go with us; and my wife (28) that I would sit on the same seat with her, which she likes not, being so fine: and she then expected to meet Sheres , which we did in the Pell Mell , and, against my will, I was forced to take him into the coach, but was sullen all day almost, and little complaisant: the day also being unpleasing, though the Park full of coaches, but dusty and windy, and cold, and now and then a little dribbling rain; and, what made it worst, there were so many hackney-coaches as spoiled the sight of the gentlemen’s; and so we had little pleasure. But here was W. Batelier and his sister in a borrowed coach by themselves, and I took them and we to the lodge ; and at the door did give them a syllabub, and other things, cost me 12s., and pretty merry. And so back to the coaches, and there till the evening, and then home, leaving Mr. Sheres at St. James’s Gate , where he took leave of us for altogether, he being this night to set out for Portsmouth post, in his way to Tangier , which troubled my wife (28) mightily, who is mighty, though not, I think, too fond of him. But she was out of humour all the evening, and I vexed at her for it, and she did not rest almost all the night, so as in the night I was forced; to take her and hug her to put her to rest. So home, and after a little supper, to bed.

St James' Palace, St James', Westminster

On 23 Jul 1536 Henry Fitzroy Tudor 1st Duke Richmond and Somerset 1519-1536 (17) died at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . He was buried at Church of St Michael the Archangel, Framlingham, Suffolk .

Death of Mary I

On 17 Nov 1558 Mary Tudor I Queen England and Ireland 1516-1558 (42) died of smallpox at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . Her sister Elizabeth Tudor I Queen England and Ireland 1533-1603 (25) succeeded as I King England and Ireland: Tudor . William Brooke 10th Baron Cobham 1527-1597 (31) was deputed with informing Philip "The Prudent" II King Spain 1527-1598 (31) .

In 1572 Nicholas Hilliard Painter 1547-1619 (25) painted the "Pelican Portrait" of Elizabeth I (38) .
The Pelican being the pendant hung from her necklace of pearls; pearls a symbol of virginity.Pelicans traditionally used as sign of self-sacrifice since the Pelican was believed to peck at her own breast to feed her young; the symbolism meaning Elizabeth had sacrificed herself for England.
Other details include the highly decorated armlet above her elbow and many jewels over her red velvet gown and headress.The two cherries tucked into her right ear possibly refer to her virginity; possibly an over-interpretation of the modern use of cherry.
Research in 2010 found the painting used wood from the same tree used for the Phoenix Portrait.

In 1572 Nicholas Hilliard Painter 1547-1619 (25) painted the "Phoenix Portrait" of Elizabeth I (38) .
Research in 2010 found the painting used wood from the same tree used for the Pelican Portrait.

Around 1573 Sofonisba Anguissola 1532-1625 (41) . Portrait of Philip "The Prudent" II King Spain 1527-1598 (45) .

Around 1560 Antonis Mor 1517-1577 (43) . Portrait of Philip "The Prudent" II King Spain 1527-1598 (32) .

Funeral of Prince Frederick

On 07 Dec 1612 Henry Frederick Stewart Prince Wales 1594-1612 was buried at Westminster Abbey .
His body had lain in state for a month at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . Two thousand mourners attended in the procession and people of all ages lined the streets. Archbishop Abbott gave the funeral sermon. A magnificent hearse was erected on which was placed his richly clothed funeral effigy. The robes were those worn by the Prince at his creation as Princes of Wales in 1610. This effigy was made by Richard Norris with the plaster face modelled by Abraham Van der Doort.
Francis Manners 6th Earl Rutland 1578-1632 (34) carried the shield.

After 07 Feb 1612 Unknown Artist . Portrait of Elizabeth Stewart Queen Bohemia 1596-1662 (15) .Elizabeth's standing collar of reticella is worked with the Royal coat of arms with its lion and unicorn supporters. She wears a gown of Italian silk brocade. The black armband is thought to be a sign of mourning for her brother Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales (17) who died on 07 Feb 1612.

On 29 May 1630 Charles II King England, Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 was born to Charles I King England, Scotland and Ireland 1600-1649 (29) and Henrietta Maria Bourbon Queen Consort England 1609-1669 (20) at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

On 14 Oct 1633 James II King England, Scotland and Ireland 1633-1701 was born to Charles I King England, Scotland and Ireland 1600-1649 (32) and Henrietta Maria Bourbon Queen Consort England 1609-1669 (23) at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster

On 30 Apr 1662 Mary Stewart II Queen England, Scotland and Ireland 1662-1694 was born to James II King England, Scotland and Ireland 1633-1701 (28) and Anne Hyde Queen Consort England 1637-1671 (25) at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

On 12 Jul 1663 James Stewart 1st Duke Cambridge 1663-1667 was born to James II King England, Scotland and Ireland 1633-1701 (29) and Anne Hyde Queen Consort England 1637-1671 (26) at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

Samuel Pepy's Diary 1669 May . Tuesday 18 May 1669 . Up, and to St. James’s and other places, and then to the office, where all the morning. At noon home and dined in my wife’s (28) chamber, she being much troubled with the tooth-ake, and I staid till a surgeon of hers come, one Leeson , who hath formerly drawn her mouth, and he advised her to draw it: so I to the Office, and by and by word is come that she hath drawn it, which pleased me, it being well done. So I home, to comfort her, and so back to the office till night, busy, and so home to supper and to bed.

Samuel Pepy's Diary 1669 May . Wednesday 19 May 1669 . With my coach to St. James’s ; and there finding the Duke of York (35) gone to muster his men, in Hyde Park , I alone with my boy thither, and there saw more, walking out of my coach as other gentlemen did, of a soldier’s trade, than ever I did in my life: the men being mighty fine, and their Commanders, particularly the Duke of Monmouth (20) ; but me-thought their trade but very easy as to the mustering of their men, and the men but indifferently ready to perform what was commanded, in the handling of their arms. Here the news was first talked of Harry Killigrew’s being wounded in nine places last night, by footmen, in the highway, going from the Park in a hackney-coach towards Hammersmith , to his house at Turnham Greene : they being supposed to be my Lady Shrewsbury’s (27) men, she being by, in her (27) coach with six horses; upon an old grudge of his saying openly that he had lain with her. Thence by and by to White Hall , and there I waited upon the King (38) and Queen (59) all dinner-time, in the Queen’s lodgings, she being in her white pinner and apron, like a woman with child; and she seemed handsomer plain so, than dressed. And by and by, dinner done, I out, and to walk in the Gallery, for the Duke of York’s (35) coming out; and there, meeting Mr. May (47) , he took me down about four o’clock to Mr. Chevins’s (67) lodgings, and all alone did get me a dish of cold chickens, and good wine; and I dined like a prince, being before very hungry and empty. By and by the Duke of York (35) comes, and readily took me to his closet, and received my petition, and discoursed about my eyes, and pitied me, and with much kindness did give me his consent to be absent, and approved of my proposition to go into Holland to observe things there, of the Navy; but would first ask the King’s (38) leave, which he anon did, and did tell me that the King (38) would be a good master to me, these were his words, about my eyes, and do like of my going into Holland, but do advise that nobody should know of my going thither, but pretend that I did go into the country somewhere, which I liked well. Glad of this, I home, and thence took out my wife, and to Mr. Holliard’s (60) about a swelling in her cheek, but he not at home, and so round by Islington and eat and drink, and so home, and after supper to bed. In discourse this afternoon, the Duke of York (35) did tell me that he was the most amazed at one thing just now, that ever he was in his life, which was, that the Duke of Buckingham (41) did just now come into the Queen’s (59) bed-chamber, where the King (38) was, and much mixed company, and among others, Tom Killigrew (57) , the father of Harry , who was last night wounded so as to be in danger of death, and his man is quite dead; and [ Buckingham (41) ] there in discourse did say that he had spoke with some one that was by (which all the world must know that it must be his whore, my Lady Shrewsbury (27) ), who says that they did not mean to hurt, but beat him, and that he did run first at them with his sword; so that he do hereby clearly discover that he knows who did it, and is of conspiracy with them, being of known conspiracy with her, which the Duke of York (35) did seem to be pleased with, and said it might, perhaps, cost him his life in the House of Lords; and I find was mightily pleased with it, saying it was the most impudent thing, as well as the most foolish, that ever he knew man do in all his life.

Around 1625 John Hoskins 1590-1664 (35) . Portrait of Henrietta Maria Bourbon Queen Consort England 1609-1669 (15) .

Before 09 Dec 1641 Anthony Van Dyck 1599-1641 (42) . Portrait of Henrietta Maria Bourbon Queen Consort England 1609-1669 (32) and the dwarf Jeffrey Hudson.

Before 09 Dec 1641 Anthony Van Dyck 1599-1641 (42) . Portrait of Henrietta Maria Bourbon Queen Consort England 1609-1669 (32) and her son Charles James Stewart 1629-1629 .

Before 09 Dec 1641 Anthony Van Dyck 1599-1641 (42) . Portrait of Henrietta Maria Bourbon Queen Consort England 1609-1669 (32) .

In 1638 Anthony Van Dyck 1599-1641 (38) . Portrait of Thomas Killigrew 1612-1683 (25) and (probably) William Crofts 1st Baron Crofts 1611-1677 (27) .

Samuel Pepy's Diary 1669 May . Sunday 23 May 1669 . Lord's Day. Called up by Roger Pepys (52) and his son (23) who to church with me, and then home to dinner. In the afternoon carried them to Westminster, and myself to James’s , where, not finding the Duke of York (35) , back home, and with my wife (28) spent the evening taking the ayre about Hackney , with great pleasure, and places we had never seen before.

Samuel Pepy's Diary 1669 May . Friday 28 May 1669 . To St. James’s , where the King’s (38) being with the Duke of York (35) prevented a meeting of the Tangier Commission . But, Lord! what a deal of sorry discourse did I hear between the King (38) and several Lords about him here! but very mean methought. So with Creed to the Excise Office , and back to White Hall , where, in the Park, Sir G. Carteret (59) did give me an account of his discourse lately, with the Commissioners of Accounts, who except against many things, but none that I find considerable; among others, that of the Officers of the Navy selling of the King’s (38) goods, and particularly my providing him with calico flags, which having been by order, and but once, when necessity, and the King’s (38) apparent profit, justified it, as conformable to my particular duty, it will prove to my advantage that it be enquired into. Nevertheless, having this morning received from them a demand of an account of all monies within their cognizance, received and issued by me, I was willing, upon this hint, to give myself rest, by knowing whether their meaning therein might reach only to my Treasurership for Tangier, or the monies employed on this occasion. I went, therefore, to them this afternoon, to understand what monies they meant, where they answered me, by saying, “The eleven months’ tax, customs, and prizemoney,” without mentioning, any more than I demanding, the service they respected therein; and so, without further discourse, we parted, upon very good terms of respect, and with few words, but my mind not fully satisfied about the monies they mean. At noon Mr. Gibson and I dined at the Swan , and thence doing this at Brook house , and thence calling at the Excise Office for an account of payment of my tallies for Tangier, I home, and thence with my wife (28) and brother spent the evening on the water, carrying our supper with us, as high as Chelsea; so home, making sport with the Westerne bargees, and my wife (28) and I singing, to my great content.

On 02 Mar 1696 William Murray 3rd Earl Dunmore 1696-1756 was born to Charles Murray 1st Earl Dunmore 1661-1710 (35) at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster

In 1734 Willam Karel Hendrik Friso Orange-Nassau 1711-1751 (22) and Anne Hanover 1709-1759 (24) were married at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster

On 23 Dec 1734 Henry Newport 3rd Earl Bradford 1683-1734 (51) died at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . His brother Thomas Newport 4th Earl Bradford 1696-1762 (38) succeeded as 4th Earl Bradford (1C 1694) , 4th Viscount Newport of Bradford in Shropshire

On 08 May 1737 Margaret Georgiana Poyntz Countess Spencer 1737-1814 was born to Stephen Poyntz 1685-1750 (51) and Anna-Maria Mordaunt -1771 at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster

On 04 Mar 1799 William Anne Capell 4th Earl Essex 1732-1799 (66) died at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . His son George Capell-Coningsbury 5th Earl Essex 1757-1839 (41) succeeded as 5th Earl Essex (9C 1641) . Sarah Bazett Countess Essex 1759-1838 (39) by marriage Countess Essex .

In 1816 . Charles Turner 1774-1857 (41) . Mezzotint. Portrait of Sarah Bazett Countess Essex 1759-1838 (56) .

On 27 Feb 1814 Margaret Smith Countess Lucan 1740-1814 (74) died at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster

On 22 Jul 1816 William Frederick Hanover 2nd Duke Gloucester and Edinburgh 1776-1834 (40) and Mary Hanover Duchess Gloucester and Edinburgh 1776-1857 (40) were married (he was her first-cousin) at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . Mary Hanover Duchess Gloucester and Edinburgh 1776-1857 (40) by marriage Duchess Gloucester and Edinburgh .

On 03 Feb 1824 Jane Fleming Countess Harrington 1755-1824 (68) died at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster

In 1768 Joshua Reynolds 1723-1788 (44) . Portrait of Jane Fleming Countess Harrington 1755-1824 (12) .

In 1775 Joshua Reynolds 1723-1788 (51) . Portrait of Jane Fleming Countess Harrington 1755-1824 (19) .

On 05 Jul 1840 Charles George Perceval 2nd Baron Arden, 1st Baron Arden Arden 1756-1840 (83) died at St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster

Baptism of future Charles II

On 27 Jun 1630 the future Charles II was baptised by William Laud Archbishop Canterbury 1573-1645 (56) at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . Louis XIII King France 1601-1643 (28) and Marie de Medici Queen Consort France 1575-1642 (55) were godparents.
Robert Kerr 1st Earl Ancram 1578-1654 (52) was created 1st Earl Ancram .

On 28 Jul 1683 George Oldenburg 1st Duke Cumberland 1653-1708 (30) and Anne I Queen England, Scotland and Ireland 1665-1714 (18) were married (he was her half second-cousin once-removed) at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

On 08 Sep 1761 George III King Great Britain and Ireland 1738-1820 (23) and Charlotte Mecklenburg-Strelitz Queen Consort England 1744-1818 (17) were married at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . Charlotte Mecklenburg-Strelitz Queen Consort England 1744-1818 (17) by marriage Queen Consort England .

On 03 Feb 1765 William Petty 1st Marquess Lansdowne 1737-1805 (27) and Sophia Carteret Countess Shelburne 1745-1771 (19) were married at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . Sophia Carteret Countess Shelburne 1745-1771 (19) by marriage Countess Shelburne in County Wexford (2C 1751) .

On 08 Apr 1795 George IV King Great Britain and Ireland 1762-1830 (32) and Caroline Brunswick Queen Consort England 1768-1821 (26) were married at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

Wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

On 10 Feb 1840 Prince Albert Saxe-Coburg-Gotha 1819-1861 (20) and Victoria Hanover Queen United Kingdom 1819-1901 (20) were married (he was her first-cousin) at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

On 06 Jul 1893 George V King United Kingdom 1865-1936 (28) and Victoria Mary Teck Queen Consort England 1867-1953 (26) were married (he was her second-cousin once-removed) at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster . Victoria Mary Teck Queen Consort England 1867-1953 (26) by marriage Duchess York (6C 1892) .

On 15 Oct 1913 Arthur Windsor 1883-1938 (30) and Alexandra Duff 1891-1959 (22) were married (he was her first-cousin once-removed) at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

Mary Stewart II Queen England, Scotland and Ireland 1662-1694 was christened at Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, St James', Westminster .

St James' Park, St James', Westminster

Samuel Pepy's Diary 1669 May . Monday 24 May 1669 . To White Hall , and there all the morning, and thence home, and giving order for some business and setting my brother to making a catalogue of my books, I back again to W. Hewer (27) to White Hall , where I attended the Duke of York (35) and was by him led to [the King (38) ], who expressed great sense of my misfortune in my eyes, and concernment for their recovery; and accordingly signified, not only his assent to desire therein, but commanded me to give them rest summer, according to my late petition to the Duke of York (35) . W. Hewer (27) and I dined alone at the Swan ; and thence having thus waited on the King (38) , spent till four o’clock in St. James’s Park , when I met my wife (28) at Unthanke’s , and so home.

On 13 Mar 1679 Charlotte Lee Baroness Baltimore 1679-1721 was born to Edward Lee 1st Earl Lichfield 1663-1716 (16) and Charlotte Fitzroy Countess Lichfield 1664-1718 (14) at St James' Park, St James', Westminster .

John Evelyn's Diary 1684 Dec . 17 Dec 1684 . Early in the morning I went into St. James's Park to see three Turkish or Asian horses, newly brought over, and now first shewed to his Ma* (54) . There were foure, but one of them died at sea, being three weekes coming from Hamborow. They were taken from a Bashaw at the siege of Vienna, at the late famous raising that leaguer. I never beheld so delicate a creature as one of them was, of somewhat a bright bay, two white feet, a blaze ; such a head, eyes, cares, neck, breast, belly, haunches, legs, pasterns, and feete, in all reguards beautifull and proportion'd to admiration ; spirited, proud, nimble, making halt, turning with that swiftnesse, and in so small a compasse, as was admirable. With all this so gentle and tractable as call'd to mind what I remember Busbequius speakes of them, to the reproch of our groomes in Europe, who bring up their horses so churlishly as makes most of them retain their 111 habits. They trotted like does, as if they did not feele the ground. 500 guinnies was demanded for the first ; 300 for the second; and 200 for the third, wch was browne. All of them were choicely shap'd, but the two last not altogether so perfect as the first. It was judg'd by the spectators, among whom was the King (54) , Prince of Denmark, Duke of Yorke (51) , and several of the Court, noble persons, skill'd In horses, especialy Mons. Faubert and his sonn, (provost masters of yc Academie, and esteem'd of the best in Europe,) that there were never seene any horses in these parts to be compar'd with them. Add to all this, the furniture, consisting of embroidery on the saddle, houseings, quiver, bow, arrows, scymeter, sword, mace, or battle-axe a la Turcisq; the Bashaw's velvet mantle furr'd with the most perfect ermine I ever beheld ; all which, yron-worke in common furniture, being here of silver, curiously wrought and double gilt, to an incredible value. Such and so extraordinary was the embrodery, that I never saw any thing approching it. The reins and headstall were of crimson silk, cover'd with chaines of silver gilt. There was also a Turkish royal standard of an horse's taile, together with all sorts of other caparisons belonging to a general's horse, by which one may estimate how gallantly and magnificently those infidels appeare in the field, for nothing could be seene more glorious. The gentleman (a German) who rid the horse was in all this garb. They were shod with yron made round and closed at the heele, with a hole in the middle about as wide as a shilling. The hoofes most intire.

St James' Square, St James', Westminster

On Aug 1673 Henry Fitzjames 1st Duke Albermarle 1673-1702 was born illegitimately to James II King England, Scotland and Ireland 1633-1701 (39) and Arabella Churchill 1648-1730 (25) at St James' Square, St James', Westminster

On Jan 1684 Henry Jermyn 1st Earl St Albans 1605-1684 (78) died at St James' Square, St James', Westminster . His nephew Thomas Jermyn 2nd Baron Jermyn 1633-1703 (50) succeeded as 2nd Baron Jermyn of St Edmundsbury in Suffolk . Mary Merry Baroness Jermyn by marriage Baroness Jermyn of St Edmundsbury in Suffolk .

On 12 Oct 1709 Anne Hamilton 1709-1748 was born to James Hamilton 4th Duke Hamilton, 1st Duke Brandon 1658-1712 (51) and Elizabeth Gerard Duchess Brandon 1680-1743 (29) in St James' Square, St James', Westminster . He was named after his godmother Anne I Queen England, Scotland and Ireland 1665-1714 (44) .His other godparents were John Churchill 1st Duke Marlborough 1650-1722 (59) and Charles Spencer 3rd Earl Sunderland 1675-1722 (34)

In 1734 William Hogarth 1697-1764 (36) .Titled "Edwards Hamilton family on a Terrace" the subjects are Anne Hamilton 1709-1748 (24) and Mary Edwards 1704-1743 (30) and their child Gerard Edwardes of Welham Grove 1734-1773 .In her left hand she holds Addison’s Spectator No.580 that describes the need to fill the mind with an awareness of the Divine Being.The books on the table beside her include poetry or sermons of Edward Young, the works of Swift, Pope’s translation of the Iliad, and the devotional writings of Damuel Bowens and Archbishop Tillotson .

On 03 Oct 1767 Alexander Hamilton 10th Duke Hamilton, 7th Duke Brandon 1767-1852 was born to Archibald Hamilton 9th Duke Hamilton, 6th Duke Brandon 1740-1819 (27) and Harriet Stewart Duchess Hamilton, Duchess Brandon -1788 at St James' Square, St James', Westminster

On 23 Dec 1779 Augustus John Hervey 3rd Earl Bristol 1724-1779 (55) died due to a gout in the stomach in St James' Square, St James', Westminster . His brother Frederick Augustus Hervey 4th Earl Bristol 1730-1803 (49) succeeded as 4th Earl Bristol (2C 1714) . Elizabeth Davers Countess Bristol 1733-1800 (46) by marriage Countess Bristol (2C 1714) .

On 05 May 1783 George Cadogan 3rd Earl Cadogan 1783-1864 was born to Charles Sloane Cadogan 1st Earl Cadogan 1728-1807 (54) and Mary Churchill Countess Cadogan in St James' Square, St James', Westminster .

On 23 Mar 1789 Thomas Osborne 4th Duke Leeds 1713-1789 (75) died at St James' Square, St James', Westminster . He was buried at Osbourne Family Chapel, All Hallows' Church, Harthill, South Yorkshire, Yorkshire . His son Francis Osborne 5th Duke Leeds 1751-1799 (38) succeeded as 5th Duke Leeds .

On 21 Oct 1816 William Lygon 1st Earl Beauchamp 1747-1816 (69) died at St James' Square, St James', Westminster . His son William Lygon 2nd Earl Beauchamp 1783-1823 (33) succeeded as 2nd Earl Beauchamp .

On 28 Mar 1898 George Byng 3rd Earl Strafford 1830-1898 (68) died at St James' Square, St James', Westminster . His brother Henry Byng 4th Earl Strafford 1831-1899 (66) succeeded as 4th Earl Strafford (3C 1847) . Henrietta Louisa Elizabeth Danneskiold-Samsøe Countess Strafford 1836-1880 by marriage Countess Strafford (3C 1847) .

10 St James' Square, St James', Westminster

On 02 Jul 1839 Ralph King-Milbanke 2nd Earl of Lovelace 1839-1906 was born to William King-Noel 1st Earl Lovelace 1805-1893 (34) and Augusta Ada Byron Countess Lovelace 1815-1852 (23) at 10 St James' Square, St James', Westminster .

St James' Street, St James', Westminster

On 04 Jun 1732 Cornwall Fitzfrederick Vane 1732-1736 was born illegitimately to Frederick Louis Hanover Prince of Wales 1707-1751 (25) and Anne Vane -1736 in St James' Street, St James', Westminster .

Fenton's Hotel, St James' Street, St James', Westminster

On 12 Oct 1837 James Murray 1st Baron Goldolphin Helston 1782-1837 (55) died at Fenton's Hotel, St James' Street, St James', Westminster . His son George Augustus Frederick Murray 6th Duke Atholl 1814-1864 (23) succeeded as 2nd Baron Goldolphin Helston

York Street, St James', Westminster

On 03 May 1775 George Boscawen 1712-1775 (62) died in York Street, St James', Westminster .