02 Jun is in June.
On 02 Jun 1129 Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 40) and Melisende Queen of Jerusalem (age 24) were married at Jerusalem. She by marriage Countess Anjou. Her father (age 54) had written to Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 40) requesting the marriage since he had no mlae heirs. She the daughter of Baldwin II King Jerusalem (age 54). He the son of Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou and Bertrade Montfort Queen Consort France.
On 02 Jun 1162 Archbishop Thomas Becket (age 42) was ordained.
John Harrington 1st Baron Harington: John Harrington 1st Baron Harington and Juliana Barlingham were married. John Harrington 1st Baron Harington and Margaret aka Joan Dacre Baroness Harington were married. In 1281 he was born to Robert Harrington (age 30) and Agnes Cansfield at Farleton Melling. On 22 May 1306 John Harrington 1st Baron Harington (age 25) was knighted. In 1326 John Harrington 1st Baron Harington (age 45) was created 1st Baron Harington 1C 1326 by writ of summons to Parliament. Margaret aka Joan Dacre Baroness Harington (age 43) by marriage Baroness Harington.
John Harrington 2nd Baron Harington: In 1328 he was born to Robert Harrington (age 23) and Elizabeth Multon (age 22). In 1350 John Harrington 2nd Baron Harington (age 22) and Joan Bermingham (age 15) were married. The marriage somewhat speculative? On 28 May 1363 John Harrington 2nd Baron Harington (age 35) died at Gleaston Castle. His son Robert Harrington 3rd Baron Harington (age 7) succeeded 3rd Baron Harington 1C 1326. Given his young age Robert Harrington 3rd Baron Harington (age 7) became a ward of King Edward III of England (age 50) who granted his wardship to his daughter Isabella Countess Bedford and Soissons (age 30) and her husband Enguerrand de Coucy 1st Earl Bedford 1st Count Soissons (age 23).
Margaret aka Joan Dacre Baroness Harington: Around 1283 she was born to William Dacre (age 16) and Joan Gernet (age 13) at Aldingham Furness. On 02 Jul 1347 Margaret aka Joan Dacre Baroness Harington (age 64) died at Aldingham Furness.
On 02 Jun 1420 Henry V (age 33) and Catherine of Valois (age 18) were married at Troyes Cathedral [Map]. She the daughter of Charles "Beloved Mad" VI King France (age 51) and Isabeau Wittelsbach Queen Consort France (age 50). He the son of Henry IV King England and Mary Bohun. They were half third cousin once removed. She a great x 5 granddaughter of King Henry III of England.
On 02 Jun 1492 Charles Somerset 1st Earl of Worcester (age 32) and Elizabeth Herbert 3rd Baroness Herbert Raglan (age 16) were married. She the daughter of William Herbert 2nd Earl Pembroke 1st Earl Huntingdon and Mary Woodville Countess Pembroke and Huntingdon. He the son of Henry Beaufort 2nd or 3rd Duke Somerset and Joan Hill (age 80). He a great x 3 grandson of King Edward III of England.
Wriothesley's Chronicle. 02 Jun 1533. On the morrowe after was great justes at the tilte donne by eightene lordes and knightes, where was broken many speares valiantlie, but some of their horses would not come at their pleasure nere the tilt, which was great displeasure to somme of them that ranne; and, the justes donne, their was a goodlie banquett made to all the lordes, ladies, and gentlemen in the Queenes Chamber.
Letters 1536. 02 Jun 1536. 1036. A Lord of the Privy Council seeing clear evidence that his sister loved certain persons with a dishonorable love, admonished her fraternally. She acknowledged her offence, but said it was little in her case in comparison with that of the Queen, as he might ascertain from Mark (deceased), declaring that she was guilty of incest with her own brother. The brother did not know what to do on this intelligence, and took counsel with two friends of the King, with whom he went to the King himself and one reported it in the name of all three. The King was astonished, and his color changed at the revelation, but he thanked the gentlemen. The Queen, meanwhile, took her pleasure unconscious of the discovery, seeing dogs and animals that day fight in a park. In the evening there was a ball, and the King treated her as if he knew no cause of displeasure. But Mark (deceased) was then in prison and was forced to answer the accusation against him. Without being tortured he deliberately said that the Queen had three times yielded to his passion. The King was thus convinced, but made no show of it, and gave himself up to enjoyment. Especially on the 1 May, he got up a tournay with several combatants; among others, my Lord of Rocheford (deceased), the Queen's (deceased) brother, showed his skill in breaking lances and vaulting on horseback. Norris (deceased), also, best loved of the King, presented himself well armed, but his horse refused the lists and turned away as if conscious of the impending calamity to his master. The King seeing this, presented Norris with his own horse; who, however, knew that he could not keep it long. He, Weston (deceased), and Brereton did great feats of arms, and the King showed them great kindness "dissimulant leur ruyne prochaine." The Queen looked on from a high place, "et souvent envoioit les doulz regards," to encourage the combatants, who knew nothing of their danger. Immediately after the tournay archers were ordered to arrest Norris, and were much astonished and grieved, considering his virtue and intimacy with the King, that he should have committed disloyalty. Before he went to prison the King desired to speak to him, offering to spare his life and goods, although he was guilty, if he would tell him the truth. But being told the accusation, Norris offered to maintain the contrary with his body in any place. He was accordingly sent to the Tower. The Queen was conducted thither next day by the Duke of Norfolk (age 63), and her brother also, who said he had well merited his fate. Waston (deceased) and Barton followed, and pages also. The city rejoiced on hearing the report, hoping that the Princess would be restored. The whole town awaited her coming with delight.NOTEXT
"Et n'eussiez veu jusque aux petis enfans
Que tous chantans et d'aise triumphans.
11 n'y a cueur si triste qui ne rye
En attendant la princesse Marie."
But she did not remove from her lodging, and did not avenge herself by blaming the Queen when she heard that she was a prisoner; but only wished she had behaved better to the King, and hoped God would help her, adding:—
"Et si sa fille est au Roy, je promectz
Qu'a mon pouvoir ne luy fauldray jamais."
Here follows a eulogy of the Princess, describing her education in astronomy, mathematics, logic, morals, politics, Latin, Greek, &c. The expectation that she would be restored made the King apprehensive of some commotion; to appease which he caused his thanks to be conveyed to the people for their good will to him and his daughter, but told them they need not be anxious about her return, for they would shortly be satisfied. The joy of the people on this was converted into sorrow and they dispersed (et confuz s'en partit).
The Queen, meanwhile, having no further hope in this world, would confess nothing.
"Riens ne confesse, et ne resiste fort Comme voulant presque estre délivre De vivre icy, pour aulz cieulz aller vivre; Et l'espoir tant en icelle surmonte, Que de la mort ne tient plus aucun compte."
Letters 1536. 02 Jun 1536A. dd. MS. 28,588, f. 284. B. M. 1043. Dr. Ortiz to the Empress.
The prayers of the late Queen of England and the Holy Martyrs have prevailed. The King's mistress (deceased) had six lovers, one being her own brother (deceased). Another, a musician [Mark Smeaton (deceased)], seeing that he was less favoured, discovered the fact to the King, first asking for pardon and his life. Now they are all taken it is found to be true. Her father (age 59), who was innocent, approved her condemnation. She was sentenced, first to be degraded from being Queen, then beheaded and burnt, seeing the others suffer the same death, with the exception of the one who revealed the crime. It was proved at the trial that she had behaved in this way before the conception of the child which the King thought to be his. It is intended to declare the child not to be the King's. Images have been restored and purgatory is preached again.
The cardinal of Burgos told him that a saint, who was martyred at the beginning of her tyrannical exaltation, prophesied that Anne (deceased) would be burnt to death.
It is said that the process against her states that she poisoned the Queen. The King is enamoured of another lady [Jane Seymour (age 27)]. Rome, 2 June 1536.
Sp., pp. 3. Modern copy.
Hall's Chronicle 1537. 02 Jun 1537 In June the lord Darcy (age 70) and the lord Hosey [Map] were arraigned at Westminster before the Marques of Exceter (age 41), then High Steward of England, and they were both found guilty and had their judgement as in cases of high treason.
After 02 Jun 1537. Shortly after were also arraigned Sir Robert Constable (age 59), Sir Thomas Percy (age 33), Sir Fraunces Bygod (age 29), Sir Stephin Hamelton, Sir Jhon Bulmer and his wife (deceased), which some reported was not his wife but his paramour, also William Lumley, Nicholas Tempest (age 57), and the Abbots of Jerney (age 35) and Rivers, and Robert Aske (age 37), and all found guilty of high treason, and all put to death at Tiborne [Map], saving Sir Robert Constable (age 59), which was hanged in chains on Beverley gate at Hull and Aske (age 37) was also hanged in chains in Yorke on a Tower, and Sir John Bulmer’s Paramour (deceased), was burned in Smithfclde [Map] in London. And in the latter end of June, was the Lord Darcy (age 70) beheaded at Tower Hill [Map], and shortly after was the Lord Hosey (age 70) beheaded at Lyncolne [Map].
On 02 Jun 1543 Ellen Fitzlewis (age 21) died. In Apr 1592 Joan Fermor (age 76) died.
Elizabethan Period monument with eight Doric Columns with John Mordaunt 2nd Baron Mordaunt (age 63) in an elevated position with a wife either side, each lying on a rush mat. All three wearing ruffs. .
Lewis Mordaunt 3rd Baron Mordaunt: On 21 Sep 1538 he was born to John Mordaunt 2nd Baron Mordaunt (age 30) and Ellen Fitzlewis (age 16). In 1563 Lewis Mordaunt 3rd Baron Mordaunt (age 24) was elected MP Bedfordshire. In 1570 Lewis Mordaunt 3rd Baron Mordaunt (age 31) was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire and High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire.
Ellen Fitzlewis: In 1522 she was born to John Fitzlewis (age 25). Before 1538 John Mordaunt 2nd Baron Mordaunt (age 30) and Ellen Fitzlewis (age 15) were married.
Joan Fermor: Around 1516 she was born to Richard Fermor (age 34) and Anne Browne (age 21). After 1543 John Mordaunt 2nd Baron Mordaunt (age 35) and Joan Fermor (age 27) were married.
On 02 Jun 1572 Thomas Howard 4th Duke of Norfolk (age 36) was executed for his involvement in the Ridolphi Plot. He was buried at St Peter ad Vincula Church, Tower of London [Map]. Duke Norfolk 3C 1483 forfeit..NOTEXT
On 02 Jun 1620 Thomas Gower 1st Baronet (age 36) was knighted by King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland (age 53).
On 02 Jun 1664 Henry Guise II Duke Guise (age 50) died.
Pepy's Diary. 02 Jun 1666. Up, and to the office, where certain newes is brought us of a letter come to the King (age 36) this morning from the Duke of Albemarle (age 57), dated yesterday at eleven o'clock, as they were sailing to the Gunfleete, that they were in sight of the Dutch fleete, and were fitting themselves to fight them; so that they are, ere this, certainly engaged; besides, several do averr they heard the guns all yesterday in the afternoon. This put us at the Board into a tosse. Presently come orders for our sending away to the fleete a recruite of 200 soldiers. So I rose from the table, and to the Victualling Office, and thence upon the River among several vessels, to consider of the sending them away; and lastly, down to Greenwich [Map], and there appointed two yachts to be ready for them; and did order the soldiers to march to Blackewall [Map]. Having set all things in order against the next flood, I went on shore with Captain Erwin at Greenwich [Map], and into the Parke, and there we could hear the guns from the fleete most plainly.
Evelyn's Diary. 02 Jun 1672. Trinity Sunday, I passed at Rochester [Map]; and, on the 5th, there was buried in the Cathedral [Map] Monsieur Rabiniére, Rear Admiral of the French squadron, a gallant person, who died of the wounds he received in the fight. This ceremony lay on me, which I performed with all the decency I could, inviting the Mayor and Aldermen to come in their formalities. Sir Jonas Atkins (age 62) was there with his guards; and the Dean and Prebendaries: one of his countrymen pronouncing a funeral oration at the brink of his grave, which I caused to be dug in the choir. This is more at large described in the "Gazette" of that day; Colonel Reymes (age 58), my colleague in commission, assisting, who was so kind as to accompany me from London, though it was not his district; for indeed the stress of both these wars lay more on me by far than on any of my brethren, who had little to do in theirs. I went to see Upnor Castle [Map], which I found pretty well defended, but of no great moment.
Evelyn's Diary. 02 Jun 1672. At Sheerness [Map], I gave his Majesty (age 42) and his Royal Highness (age 38) an account of my charge, and returned to Queenborough [Map]; next day dined at Major Dorel's, Governor of Sheerness; thence, to Rochester [Map]; and the following day, home.
Evelyn's Diary. 02 Jun 1672. Next day I sailed to the fleet, now riding at the buoy of the "Nore", where I met his Majesty (age 42), the Duke (age 38), Lord Arlington (age 54), and all the great men, in the "Charles", lying miserably shattered; but the miss of Lord Sandwich (deceased) redoubled the loss to me, and showed the folly of hazarding so brave a fleet, and losing so many good men, for no provocation but that the Hollanders exceeded us in industry, and in all things but envy.
Evelyn's Diary. 02 Jun 1686. Such storms, raine and foul weather, seldom known at this time of the yeare. The camp at Hounslow Heath [Map], from sicknesse and other inconveniences of weather, forc'd to retire to quarters; ye storms being succeeded by excessive hot weather, many grew sick. Greate feasting there, especialy in Lord Dunbarton's (age 51) quarters. There were many jealousies and discourses of what was the meaning of this incampment. A Seale this day, mostly pardons and discharges of Kn* Baronets fees, wch having ben pass'd over for so many yeares, did greatly dis oblige several families who had serv'd his Ma* (age 52). Lord Tirconnell (age 56) gon to Ireland, with greate powers and commissions, giving as much cause of talke as the camp, especialy 19 new privy councillors and judges being now made, amongst wch but three Protestants, and Tirconnell made Generall.
Before 02 Jun 1691 Charles Dormer 5th Baron Dormer (age 23) and Catherine Fettiplace were married.
On 02 Jun 1696 William Herbert 1st Marquess Powis (age 70) died. His son William Herbert 2nd Marquess Powis (age 36) succeeded 2nd Marquess Powis, 2nd Earl Powis 1C 1674, 4th Baron Powis of Powis Castle in Powys, 3rd Baronet Powis of Red Castle in Montgomeryshire. Mary Preston Marchioness Powis by marriage Marchioness Powis. Mary Preston Marchioness Powis by marriage Marchioness Powis.
On 02 Jun 1738 James Fitz James 2nd Duke Berwick (age 41) died at Naples. His son James Fitz James 3rd Duke Berwick 10th Duke Veragua (age 19) succeeded 3rd Duke Berwick.
On 02 Jun 1753 Henry Roper 11th Baron Teynham (age 20) and Maria Wilhelmina Head were married. A Marriage of Two Sets of Siblings; her sister Anna Gabriella Head would subsequently marry his brother John Roper (age 18). Further, their two younger brothers Francis Roper (age 15) and Philip Roper Roper (age 13) also married siblings Mary Lyttelton (age 19) and Barbara Lyttelton respectively.
On 02 Jun 1761 William Henry Lyttelton 1st Baron Lyttelton (age 36) and Mary Macartney were married.
On 02 Jun 1774 Edward Devereux 12th Viscount Hereford (age 34) and Henrietta Charlotte Tracy Keck Viscountess Hereford (age 33) were married. She by marriage Viscountess Hereford.
On 02 Jun 1800 Jane Dutton (age 46) died at Bath [Map]. Monument in Church of St Mary the Virgin Tittleshall [Map] sculpted by Joseph Nollekens (age 62). Flat obelisk background. Pedestal with inscription and supporting the carving which is centred around a broken column with standing figure of woman leaning on it in front of opened book. Angel on cloud above and putto below holding up a flaming heart.
Jane Dutton: On 29 Nov 1753 she was born to James Lenox Dutton (age 40) and Jane Bond at Sherborne, Gloucestershire. On 25 Oct 1775 Thomas Coke 1st Earl of Leicester (age 21) and Jane Dutton (age 21) were married at Sherborne, Gloucestershire.
On 02 Jun 1808 John Dalrymple 7th Earl of Stair (age 23) and Laura Manners Countess Stair were married albeit bigamously since he had previously married Johanna Gordon whic marriage was upheld in the 1811 court case Dalrymple v. Dalrymple. She the daughter of John Manners and Louisa Tollemache 7th Countess Dysart (age 62).
On 02 Jun 1815 William Henry Francis Petre 11th Baron Petre (age 22) and Frances Charlotte Bedingfield (age 19) were married. They were third cousin once removed. He a great x 4 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland. She a great x 4 granddaughter of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 02 Jun 1822 John Winston Spencer-Churchill 7th Duke Marlborough was born to George Spencer-Churchill 6th Duke Marlborough (age 28) and Jane Stewart Duchess Marlborough (age 24). Coefficient of inbreeding 6.26%.
On 02 Jun 1832 Paulyn Reginald Serlo Rawdon-Hastings 3rd Marquess Hastings was born to George Augustus Francis Rawdon-Hastings 2nd Marquess Hastings (age 24) and Barbara Yelverton Marchioness Hastings (age 22).
On 02 Jun 1840 Archibald William Douglas 8th Marquess Queensberry (age 22) and Caroline Clayton Marchioness Queensbury (age 19) were married at Gretna Green, Dumfrieshire having eloped against the wishes of his father. They had five sons and two daughters. He the son of John Douglas 7th Marquess Queensberry (age 61).
On 02 Jun 1851 Cropley Ashley-Cooper 6th Earl Shaftesbury (age 82) died. His son Anthony Ashley-Cooper 7th Earl Shaftesbury (age 50) succeeded 7th Earl Shaftesbury, 8th Baronet Cooper of Rockbourne in Southampton. Emily Caroline Catherine Frances Cowper Countess Shaftesbury by marriage Countess Shaftesbury.
On 02 Jun 1873 George Child-Villiers 8th Earl of Jersey was born to Victor Albert George Child-Villiers 7th Earl Jersey (age 28) and Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Countess Jersey (age 23).
On 02 Jun 1882 George Henry Conyngham 3rd Marquess Conyngham (age 57) died at Belgrave Square, Belgravia, Westminster. He was buried at St Marys Church Patrixbourne. His son Henry Conyngham 4th Marquess Conyngham (age 24) succeeded 4th Marquess Conyngham in Donegal, 6th Baron Conyngham 2C 1781. Frances Elizabeth Sarah Eveleigh-de-Moleyns Marchioness Conyngham by marriage Marchioness Conyngham in Donegal.
On 02 Jun 1898 John Pratt 4th Marquess Camden (age 26) and Joan Marion Neville Marchioness Camden (age 21) were married at St Alban's Church. She by marriage Marchioness Camden. She the daughter of Henry Neville 3rd Marquess Abergavenny (age 43) and Violet Streatfeild. He the son of John Charles Pratt 3rd Marquess Camden and Clementina Augusta Spencer-Churchill Countess Camden.
After 02 Jun 1903. Memorial to William Jones of Ty Newydd, Ruabon.
On 02 Jun 1908 General Redvers Henry Buller VC (age 68) died at Downes House Downes Crediton. He was buried in the Church of the Holy Cross Crediton [Map]. Memorial in Winchester Cathedral [Map] sculpted by Bertram Mckennal (age 44).
General Redvers Henry Buller VC: On 07 Dec 1839 he was born to James Wentworth Buller (age 41) and Charlotte Juliana Jane Howard-Molyneux-Howard (age 30) in Downes Crediton. In 1882 General Redvers Henry Buller VC (age 42) and Audrey Jane Charlotte Townshend (age 56) were married. She the daughter of John Townshend 4th Marquess Townshend and Elizabeth Jane Stuart.
On 02 Jun 1919 Alfred Duff Cooper 1st Viscount Norwich (age 29) and Diana Olivia Winifred Maud Manners Viscountess Norwich (age 27) were married. She the daughter of Henry John Brinsley Manners 8th Duke Rutland (age 67) and Violet Lindsay Duchess Rutland (age 63).
Her ladies in waiting were:
Mistress of the Robes: Mary Alice Gascoyne-Cecil Duchess Devonshire (age 57)
Maids of Honour:
Mary Baillie-Hamilton (age 19)
Moyra Kathleen Hamilton (age 23)
On 02 Jun 1975 Wenefryde Agatha Scott 10th Countess of Dysart (age 85) died.