On this Day in History ... 5th June

05 Jun is in June.

1460 June Raid on Sandwich

1467 Tournament Bastard of Burgundy

1522 Henry VIII Meeting with Charles V Holy Roman Emperor

1528 Sweating Sickness Outbreak

1535 Burning of the Anabaptists

1600 Essex Rebellion

1610 Tethy's Festival Masque

1661 Creation of Baronets and Peerages by Charles II Post Coronation

1665 Battle of Lowestoft

1666 Four Days' Battle

1667 Poll Bill

1672 Battle of Solebay

1798 Battle of New Ross

Events on the 5th June

Around 05 Jun 1152 Eleanor of Aquitaine (age 30) visited Fontevraud Abbey [Map] where she met Abbess Matilda (age 41) (her husband's Henry's (age 19) aunt by marriage - Abbess Matilda (age 41) had married William Adelin brother of his mother Empress Matilda (age 50) who had died in the White Ship Disaster).

On 05 Jun 1316 Louis X King France I Navarre (age 26) died. On 15 Nov 1316 His son John "The Posthumous" I King France succeeded posthumously I King France: Capet.

Around 05 Jun 1460 when the relief expedition led by Osbert Mountfort was ready to to leave Sandwich, Kent [Map] for Guines, waiting only for a fair wind, the Yorkists John Dynham 1st Baron Dynham (age 27), John Wenlock 1st Baron Wenlock (age 60), William Neville Baron Fauconberg (age 55) crossed from Calais and attacked Sandwich, Kent [Map] killing many of Osbert's men. Osbert Mountfort was captured. William Neville Baron Fauconberg (age 55) remained at Sandwich is preparation for the subsequent landing by Yorkist forces at the end of the month.

Calendars. On 05 Jun 1461. Westminster Palace [Map]. Grant for life to Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury (age 43), of the custody of the lordship, manor and park of Langle by Maydeston, co Kent [Map], rendering 5 marks yearly. By K (age 19).

On 05 Jun 1467 the challenger Edward Woodville Lord Scales (age 11) travelled to London and was conveyed to Ely Palace Camden by John "Butcher of England" Tiptoft 1st Earl of Worcester (age 40).

Wriothesley's Chronicle. 05 Jun 1522. This yeare th' Emperoure Charles (age 22)b came into England, and was receaved into the cittie of London the Thursdaye before Whit Sundayc at afternoone, the Kinge and he ridinge both together in one liverey; and there were diverse pagents made in divers places of the Cittie; and all the freers, priestes, and clerkes, standinge in copes, with crosses, sensures, and candlesticks, from the bridge foote to the crosse in Cheepe; and all the craftes, with the Majord and Aldermen, standinge in their liveries; and the King, with all the nobles of the realme, brought him to his pallace at Bridewell [Map],e where he continued three dayes, and after went to Greenewichf where was great justs, banquetts, with other goodlye pastymes. And, after, the King conveyed him to the sea side to passe into Spayneg which was his intent

Note b. This was the second visit of the Emperor Charles V (age 22) to England.

Note c. This woold be June 6, but Holinshed and Stow both say June 6, being Friday.

Note d. Sir John Milborne.

Note e. The Emperor was lodged at the Black Fryars, and all his nobles in the new builded house of Bridewell [Map].— Stow, p. 616.

Note f. This should probably be Windsor, as the Emperor's entertainment at Greenwich was previous to his reception in London.

Note g. He embarked at Southampton [Map] in his great fleet, and in ten days arrived in Spain.

On 05 Jun 1523 Margaret Valois Duchess Berry and Savoy was born to King Francis I of France (age 28) and Claude Valois Orléans Queen Consort France (age 23). Coefficient of inbreeding 4.50%.

Letters and Papers 1528. 05 Jun 1528. Galba, B. VIII. 4. B. M. 4332. BRIAN TUKE to the BISHOP OF LONDON.

Have fled to Steponeth for fear of this infection, a servant of mine being ill at my house in London. Received last night a packet of letters from Wolsey, addressed to you and me. As it was late, and I dislike to come to London, I opened it, and found a letter likewise addressed, with others, which I send. The King and my lord Cardinal wish either you or me to come to court for information on certain points about the truce. If I go, I must go in my wagon, which is at my house in Essex, and cannot be here today, for I have a disease in vesica, of which Wolsey is aware, and was almost whole; but coming hither from London last night as softly as could be, has made me as ill as before. Besides, I doubt if it would be right to go to the King, having had such a visitor in my house. You could easily satisfy the King. As to the King's desire that my Lady should be bound to make restitution if any Spaniards took Englishmen, it is more than any Prince is or w[ould be] bound to make restitution of injuries done by their subjects, even in a treaty of perpetual peace. The King thinks, if his subjects may be taken on the coasts of Spain, why may they not do the like to the Spaniards ? The answer is, they may in any place, having once come as far as the Spanish harbors, where the truce has no force; "in such wise as when the Lady Margaret's folks had agreed thereunto, the French ambassador, talking with my lord Legate in the garden at Hampton Court late in an evening, I being present, and the Lady's folks absent, gave great thanks to my said Lord for that point," as both the French and English might pass to the havens of Spain to do exploits of war; and whenever they wished to return, the Spaniards could not hurt them, when once they got on this side the said havens. The French ambassador expected that by this means his master would work the Spaniards sorrow on those seas. For everything on this side it must be provided that redress be made as in time of peace, so that no man may rob on land or sea. In haste, at Stepney, 3 o'clock, a.m., in my bed.

P.S.—The letter to Gonson came to me open; that to my Lady I will send to her secretaries, who left early yesterday morning. I send also all the treaties and writings, that you may take with you such as you think good. Will forward Gonson's letter, if the King think fit, and you send it to me, and will seal it with my own seal; for my lord Cardinal, when I was at Hampton Court, ordered that it should be sent open to Fitzwilliam, but I see Mr. Peter has sealed it by mistake.

Hol., pp. 3, mutilated. Add.: To my lord of London, lord Privy Seal.

Titus, B. I. 82. B. M. 2. Copy of the preceding, in Tuke's own hand.

Pp. 3.

Letters and Papers 1528. 05 Jun 1528. Titus, B. I. 91. B. M. 4333. Tuke To [Vannes].

Cannot move, afoot or on horseback. Has a "wagon" that is accustomed to carry his children. Will come in that cart, and on his knees, rather than fail, if it be the King's pleasure; but his house has had the infection. It is not to be expected the Lady Margaret will make restitution for injuries done by the Spaniards. Discusses the point touching the right of the Spaniards to apprehend Englishmen in certain havens. Encloses his letter to the bishop of London concerning this matter. Sends him Gonson's letter, and one to the king of Scots, requiring haste. Stepney, Friday.

P.S.—Sends the treaties for the King's consideration.

Hol., pp. 4. Begins: Right Honorable Sir.

Letters and Papers 1535. 05 Jun 1535. 826. About a score of Dutch Anabaptists have been taken here, of whom 13 have been condemned to the fire, and will be burnt in different parts of the kingdom, as the King and Cromwell have informed me. The others, who have been reconciled to the Church, will be sent into Flanders to the Queen to be dealt with as seems right. London, 5 June 1535.

Fr., from a modern copy, pp. 9.

Letters and Papers 1535. 05 Jun 1535. 826. Cromwell told me that if the King's lady (age 34) knew the freedom with which we conversed together she would procure some trouble, and that only three days ago they had had words together, and that she had said she would like to see his head cut off, but he had such confidence in the King, his master, that he thought she could do nothing to him. I suspect he invented this to raise the value of his goods; for I told him all the world regarded him as her right hand, although I am informed on good authority that the said lady does not cease night or day to procure the disgrace of the Duke of Norfolk (age 62), whether it be because he has spoken too freely of her or because Cromwell, desiring to lower the great ones, wishes to commence with him.

Letters and Papers 1535. 05 Jun 1535. Vienna Archives. 826. Chapuys to Charles V.

After the two first communications between the deputies of these two Kings, Lord Rochford (age 32) left Calais, and arrived here on the 25th ult. Before speaking to the King he went to the Lady (age 34), his sister, and conversed with her a long time. He could not have brought back from Calais anything agreeable to himself; for, as I am told by the Grand Esquire (age 39)1, both then and several times since she has been in a bad humour, and said a thousand shameful words of the King of France, and generally of the whole nation. On the 25th and on the 27th, Corpus Christi Day, the King and his Council were exceedingly busy, consulting, as it is supposed, on the message brought by Rochford (age 32), and were unable to dissemble their great dissatisfaction. The French ambassador has had his share of dissatisfaction also, because Rochford (age 32) did not bring him any news, and because he was not called to Court, although on Corpus Christi Day he waited at Cromwell's lodging till 10 at night, expecting that Cromwell would return from Court and tell him the news. Indeed, Cromwell himself informs me he despatched him in two words, and he left greatly dissatisfied.

Note 1. Otherwise called Master of the Horse, Sir Nicholas Carew (age 39).

Henry Machyn's Diary. 05 Jun 1562. The v day of June the Quen('s) (age 28) grace removyd from Westmynster unto Grenwyche [Map] by water, and ther was grett shutyng of gones at the Tower [Map] as her grace whentt, and in odur places.

On 05 Jun 1600 Robert Devereux 2nd Earl Essex (age 34) was tried by before a commission of 18 men. He had to hear the charges and evidence on his knees. Essex was convicted, was deprived of public office, and was returned to virtual confinement. Ferdinando Gorges (age 35) testified against Robert Devereux 2nd Earl Essex (age 34).

On 05 Jun 1610 the Tethy's Festival Masque was performed at Whitehall Palace [Map] to celebrate the the investiture of Prince Frederick (age 16) as Prince of Wales. The script was written by Samuel Daniel at the request of the Queen (age 35), who appeared in person as Tethys a goddess of the sea. Inigo Jones (age 36) designed the staging and scenery.

Prince Charles (age 9) took the part of Zephyrus,.

Princess Elizabeth Stewart Queen Bohemia (age 13) appeared as the companion or daughter of Tethys, the "Nymph of Thames",.

Arabella Stewart (age 35) took the part of the "Nymph of Trent",.

Alethea Talbot Countess Arundel, Surrey and Norfolk (age 25) as "Nymph of Arun".

Elizabeth Vere Countess Derby (age 34) as "Nymph of Derwent",.

Frances Howard Countess Essex and Somerset (age 20) as "Nymph of Lee",.

Anne Clifford Countess Dorset and Pembroke (age 20) as "Nymph of Air",.

Susan Vere Countess Montgomery (age 23) as "Nymph of Severn",.

Elizabeth Radclyffe Viscountess Haddington as "Nymph of Rother",.

Elizabeth Talbot Countess Kent (age 28) as "Nymph of Medway",.

Four sisters, daughters of Edward Somerset 4th Earl of Worcester (age 60) and Elizabeth Hastings Countess of Worcester (age 64), danced as the rivers of Monmouthshire:

Catherine Somerset Baroness Windsor (age 35) the "Nymph of Usk".

Katherine Somerset Baroness Petre (age 35) the "Nymph of Olwy".

Elizabeth Somerset (age 20) the "Nymph of Dulesse" (Dulas), and.

Mary Wintour the "Nymph of Wye".

On 05 Jun 1654 Dorothy Shirley was born to Robert Shirley 4th Baronet (age 25) and Catherine Okeover at Brackley, Northamptonshire [Map].

On 05 Jun 1660 Sarah Jennings Duchess Marlborough was born to Richard Jennings (age 41) and Frances Thornhurst at Holywell House, St Albans.

In Jun 1661 King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland (age 31) created new Baronetcies and Peerages ...

05 Jun 1661 James Clavering 1st Baronet (age 41) was created 1st Baronet Clavering of Axwell in County Durham.

13 Jun 1661 Thomas Adams 1st Baronet (age 75) was created 1st Baronet Adams of London.

14 Jun 1661 Henry Moore 1st Earl Drogheda (age 39) was created 1st Earl Drogheda.

On 17 Jun 1661 ...

Godfrey Copley 1st Baronet (age 38) was created 1st Baronet Copley Sprotborough.

Abraham Cullen 1st Baronet (age 37) was created 1st Baronet Cullen of East Sheen in Surrey.

James Rushout 1st Baronet (age 17) was created 1st Baronet Rushout of Northwick Park in Worcestershire aged only seveneteen.

William Stanley 1st Baronet (age 33) was created 1st Baronet Stanley of Hooton in Cheshire. Charlotte Molyneux Lady Stanley by marriage Lady Stanley of Hooton in Cheshire.

Griffith Williams 1st Baronet was created 1st Baronet Williams of Penrhyn in Caernarfonshire.

18 Jun 1661 Thomas Vyner 1st Baronet (age 72) was created 1st Baronet Vyner of London.

18 Jun 1661 Henry Winchcombe 1st Baronet (age 18) was created 1st Baronet Winchcombe of Bucklebury in Berkshire.

26 Jun 1661 Theobald Taaffe 1st Earl Carlingford (age 58) was created 1st Earl Carlingford.

On 05 Jun 1661 Mary Wilbraham Countess Bradford was born to Thomas Wilbraham 3rd Baronet (age 31) and Elizabeth Mytton Lady Wilbrahim (age 30) in Weston Park, Staffordshire.

After 05 Jun 1661 Grace Wilbraham Countess Dysart was born to Thomas Wilbraham 3rd Baronet (age 31) and Elizabeth Mytton Lady Wilbrahim (age 30) in Weston Park, Staffordshire.

Pepy's Diary. 05 Jun 1665. Thence home to dinner, after 'Change [Map], where great talke of the Dutch being fled and we in pursuit of them, and that our ship Charity1 is lost upon our Captain's, Wilkinson, and Lieutenant's yielding, but of this there is no certainty, save the report of some of the sicke men of the Charity, turned adrift in a boat out of the Charity and taken up and brought on shore yesterday to Sole Bay [Map], and the newes hereof brought by Sir Henry Felton.

Note 1. Sir William Coventry (age 37) and Sir William Pen (age 44) to the Navy Commissioners, June 4th: "Engaged yesterday with the Dutch; they began to stand away at 3 p.m. Chased them all the rest of the day and night; 20 considerable ships are destroyed and taken; we have only lost the Great Charity. The Earl of Marlborough (deceased), Rear-Admiral Sansum, and Captain Kirby are slain, and Sir John Lawson (age 50) wounded" (Calendar of State Papers, Domestic, 1664-65, p. 406).

Evelyn's Diary. 05 Jun 1666. I went this morning to London, where came several particulars of the fight.

Pepy's Diary. 05 Jun 1667. So from hence to White Hall, and in the streete Sir G. Carteret (age 57) showed me a gentleman coming by in his coach, who hath been sent for up out of Lincolneshire, I think he says he is a justice of peace there, that the Council have laid by the heels here, and here lies in a messenger's hands, for saying that a man and his wife are but one person, and so ought to pay but 12d. for both to the Poll Bill; by which others were led to do the like: and so here he lies prisoner.

Evelyn's Diary. 02 Jun 1672. Trinity Sunday, I passed at Rochester, Kent [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, Kent [Map], which I found pretty well defended, but of no great moment.

On 05 Jun 1702 William Anne Keppel 2nd Earl Albermarle was born to Arnold Keppel 1st Earl Albermarle (age 32) and Geertruid Johanna Quirina Van Der Duyn Countess Albermarle at Whitehall Palace [Map].

After 05 Jun 1741. Monument in Church of St Oswald, Methley [Map] to Charles Savile of Methley (deceased) erected by his wife Aletheia Millington (age 59) who was also subsequently interred at Church of St Oswald, Methley [Map]. Sculpted by Peter Scheemakers (age 50).

Charles Savile of Methley: In 1676 he was born to John Savile of Methley and Sarah Tryon. Before Dec 1719 Charles Savile of Methley and Aletheia Millington were married. On 05 Jun 1741 Charles Savile of Methley died.

Aletheia Millington: Around 1682 she was born to Gilbert Millington of Felley-Abby in Nottinghamshire. On 24 Jun 1759 she died.

On 05 Jun 1798 the Battle of New Ross was fought at New Ross between the Irish Republican insurgents called the United Irishmen and British Crown forces composed of regular soldiers, militia and yeomanry. The attack on the town of New Ross on the River Barrow, was an attempt by the recently victorious rebels to break out of county Wexford across the river Barrow and to spread the rebellion into county Kilkenny and the outlying province of Munster.

On 05 Jun 1886 Llewellynn Jewitt (age 69) died at The Hollies, Duffield.

Births on the 5th June

On 05 Jun 1412 Ludovico III Gonzaga Marquis of Mantua was born.

On 05 Jun 1426 Nicholas Griffin 8th Baron Latimer Braybrooke was born to Nicholas Griffin (age 43) and Margaret Pilkington (age 36).

On 05 Jun 1436 Louis King Cyprus was born to Louis Savoy I Count Savoy (age 23) and Anne Cyprus Countess Savoy (age 17) at Thonon-les-Bains, Haute-Savoie.

On 05 Jun 1507 Fernando Aviz was born to Manuel "Fortunate" I King Portugal (age 38) and Maria Trastámara Queen Consort Portugal (age 25). Coefficient of inbreeding 8.38%.

On 05 Jun 1523 Margaret Valois Duchess Berry and Savoy was born to King Francis I of France (age 28) and Claude Valois Orléans Queen Consort France (age 23). Coefficient of inbreeding 4.50%.

On 05 Jun 1578 Claude Guise was born to Henry 1st Duke Guise (age 27) and Catherine of Cleves (age 30). Coefficient of inbreeding 2.44%.

On 05 Jun 1621 Thomas Pepys was born to Talbot Pepys (age 38) at Norwich, Norfolk [Map]. On 15 Jun 1621 Thomas Pepys was christended at Church of St Stephen, Norwich [Map].

On 05 Jun 1654 Dorothy Shirley was born to Robert Shirley 4th Baronet (age 25) and Catherine Okeover at Brackley, Northamptonshire [Map].

On 05 Jun 1660 Sarah Jennings Duchess Marlborough was born to Richard Jennings (age 41) and Frances Thornhurst at Holywell House, St Albans.

On 05 Jun 1661 Mary Wilbraham Countess Bradford was born to Thomas Wilbraham 3rd Baronet (age 31) and Elizabeth Mytton Lady Wilbrahim (age 30) in Weston Park, Staffordshire.

After 05 Jun 1661 Grace Wilbraham Countess Dysart was born to Thomas Wilbraham 3rd Baronet (age 31) and Elizabeth Mytton Lady Wilbrahim (age 30) in Weston Park, Staffordshire.

On 05 Jun 1683 Lyon Pilkington 4th Baronet was born to Lyon Pilkington 3rd Baronet (age 23).

On 05 Jun 1686 Edward Howard 9th Duke of Norfolk was born to Thomas Howard (age 29) and Mary Elizabeth Savile (age 22).

On 05 Jun 1688 Charles Lee was born to Edward Lee 1st Earl Lichfield (age 25) and Charlotte Fitzroy Countess Lichfield (age 23). He a grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.

On 05 Jun 1702 William Anne Keppel 2nd Earl Albermarle was born to Arnold Keppel 1st Earl Albermarle (age 32) and Geertruid Johanna Quirina Van Der Duyn Countess Albermarle at Whitehall Palace [Map].

On 05 Jun 1718 Chichester Fortescue was born to Thomas Fortescue.

On 05 Jun 1771 Colonel Thomas George Fitzgerald was born to Charles Lionel Fitzgerald and Dorothea Butler.

On 05 Jun 1794 Caroline Fludyer Countess Brownlow was born to George Fludyer (age 32) and Mary Fane (age 21).

On 05 Jun 1797 Henry Bourchier Wrey 9th Baronet was born to Bourchier Wrey 7th Baronet (age 40) and Anne Osborn Lady Wrey (age 34).

On 05 Jun 1799 Charles Ellis 6th Baron Walden 2nd Baron Seaford was born to Charles Ellis 1st Baron Seaford (age 27) and Elizabeth Hervey (age 18).

On 05 Jun 1802 Edward Wodehouse was born to John Wodehouse 2nd Baron Wodehouse (age 31) and Charlotte Norris Baroness Woodhouse.

On 05 Jun 1816 Rowland Allanson-Winn was born to George Allanson-Winn (age 30).

On 05 Jun 1831 Augusta Talbot Baroness Howard was born to George Henry Talbot (age 32) and Augusta Jones (age 18).

On 05 Jun 1860 Henry Cracroft Trollope 12th Baronet was born to Arthur Trollope (age 49).

On 05 Jun 1887 Claude Hope-Morley was born to Samuel Morley 1st Baron Hollenden (age 41).

On 05 Jun 1901 John Montagu Craster was born to Thomas William Craster of Craster Tower (age 40) and Hilda Osborn (age 33).

On 05 Jun 1906 John Kemp 1st Viscount Rochdale was born to George Kemp 1st Baron Rochdale (age 39) and Beatrice Mary Egerton Baroness Rochdale (age 34).

Marriages on the 5th June

On 05 Jun 1219 Raymond Berenguer Provence IV Count Provence (age 21) and Beatrice Savoy Countess Provence (age 21) were married. She by marriage Countess Provence. She the daughter of Thomas Savoy I Count Savoy (age 41) and Margaret Geneva Countess Savoy (age 39). He the son of Alfonso Barcelona II Count Provence and Gersenda II Sabran Countess Provence (age 39). They were fourth cousins.

After 05 Jun 1511 Richard Page and Elizabeth Bourchier (age 39) were married. Her fourth husband, his second wife. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Edward III of England.

Before 05 Jun 1516 William Willoughby 11th Baron Willoughby (age 34) and Mary Hussey Baroness Willoughby Eresby (age 32) were married. She by marriage Baroness Willoughby de Eresby.

On 05 Jun 1516 William Willoughby 11th Baron Willoughby (age 34) and Maria de Salinas Baroness Willoughby (age 26) were married. She by marriage Baroness Willoughby de Eresby.

Before 05 Jun 1525 George Leslie 4th Earl Rothes (age 40) and Elizabeth Gray Countess Huntley and Rothes (age 60) were married. She by marriage Countess Rothes.

On 05 Jun 1610 Francis Leigh of Addington (age 19) and Elizabeth Mynterne (age 16) were married.

On 05 Jun 1683 Craven Howard (age 34) and Mary Bowes (age 28) were married.

On or after 05 Jun 1693, the date of the licence, Thomas Brotherton (age 36) and Margaret Gunter were married.

Before 05 Jun 1702 Arnold Keppel 1st Earl Albermarle (age 32) and Geertruid Johanna Quirina Van Der Duyn Countess Albermarle were married. She by marriage Countess Albermarle.

On 05 Jun 1715 Thomas Frankland 3rd Baronet (age 30) and Dinah Topham Lady Thirkleby were married.

On 05 Jun 1726 Thomas Riddell (age 26) and Mary Margaret Widdrington (age 26) were married.

On 05 Jun 1728 Reginald Graham 4th Baronet (age 24) and Jacoba Catherina Graham (age 21) were married. They were second cousin once removed.

On 05 Jun 1760 Reverend Richard Buckby (age 38) and Elizabeth Haselrigge were married.

Before 05 Jun 1783 Judge Thomas Parker (age 88) and Martha Strong were married.

On 05 Jun 1783 John Jervis 1st Earl St Vincent (age 48) and Martha Parker were married.

On 05 Jun 1792 John Delves Broughton 7th Baronet (age 22) and Elizabeth Egerton Lady Broughton were married.

Before 05 Jun 1813 Henry Orland Chamberlain 1st Baronet (age 40) and Elizabeth Harrod were divorced.

On 05 Jun 1813 Henry Orland Chamberlain 1st Baronet (age 40) and Anne Eugenia were married.

On 05 Jun 1833 Colonel Thomas Henry Kingscote of Kingscote Park in Gloucestershire (age 34) and Harriot Mary Anne Bloomfield (age 26) were married at St George's Church, Hanover Square.

On 05 Jun 1882 Patrick Emilius John Greville-Nugent (age 30) and Ermengarda Ogilvy were married.

On 05 Jun 1882 Francis Edmund George Astley-Corbett 4th Baronet (age 23) and Gertrude Augusta Anderson-Pelham (age 21) were married. She the daughter of Charles Anderson-Pelham 3rd Earl Yarborough and Victoria Alexandrina Hare. He a great x 5 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.

On 05 Jun 1982 Henry Nicholas Almroth Colthurst (age 23) and Sophia Selina Irene Hervey-Bathurst (age 21) were married.

Deaths on the 5th June

On 05 Jun 1118 Robert Beaumont 1st Earl of Leicester Count Meulan (age 78) died. His son Robert Beaumont 2nd Earl of Leicester (age 14) succeeded 2nd Earl of Leicester. Amice Gael Countess Leicester by marriage Countess of Leicester. His son Waleran Beaumont 1st Earl of Worcester Count Meulan (age 14) succeeded Count Meulan.

On 05 Jun 1214 Imagina Loon Duchess Lower Lorraine (age 69) died.

On 05 Jun 1268 William Beauchamp (age 53) died.

On 05 Jun 1288 Henry Luxemburg VI Count Luxemburg (age 48) died.

On 05 Jun 1316 Louis X King France I Navarre (age 26) died. On 15 Nov 1316 His son John "The Posthumous" I King France succeeded posthumously I King France: Capet.

On 05 Jun 1400 Frederick I Duke Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (age 43) died.

On 05 Jun 1443 Ferdinand Aviz (age 40) died.

After 05 Jun 1464 Janet Borthwick (age 51) died.

On 05 Jun 1511 Edward Stanhope (age 49) died. Although some sources have him killed at the Battle of Stoke Field.

On 05 Jun 1533 Anne Butler (age 78) died.

On 05 Jun 1535 Mary Saye Countess Essex and Eu (age 61) died.

On 05 Jun 1550 Peter Warburton of Arley (age 46) died.

Before 05 Jun 1555 Thomas Bertie (age 75) died.

On 05 Jun 1568 Lamoral Count of Egmont and Prince of Gaverre (age 45) died.

On 05 Jun 1573 Alderman James Bacon (age 58) died.

On 05 Jun 1588 Anne Fitzwilliam (age 84) died.

On 05 Jun 1588 Anne Cecil Countess of Oxford (age 31) died. She was buried at the Chapel of St Nicholas, Westminster Abbey [Map]. She shares a monument with her mother Mildred Cooke Baroness Burghley (age 62). The monument rises to twenty-four feet, and is constructed of various coloured marbles, after a design of the Corinthian order. The Latin inscriptions, which are very long, were written by Lord Burleigh (age 67) himself, and set forth the varied accomplishments and the virtues of the two ladies who are represented in effigy in the lower part of the monument. The figure of Lord Burleigh (age 67), in his robes, and in a kneeling attitude, appears in the upper part of the monument.

On 05 Jun 1597 John North (age 46) died.

On 05 Jun 1601 William Brereton (age 64) died.

On 05 Jun 1613 Thomas Heneage died.

On 05 Jun 1624 Anne Bacon (age 52) died.

Between 05 Jun 1646 and 04 Jul 1646 James Hamilton (age 29) died.

On 05 Jun 1646 William "Christie's Will" Armstrong (age 81) died.

On 05 Jun 1663 Christian Wettin (age 9) died.

On 05 Jun 1669 Robert Brooke (age 32) drowned at Avignon [Map].

On 05 Jun 1673 Philip Thomas Bedingfield (age 54) died.

On 05 Jun 1677 Robert Perceval (age 20) was murdered by an unknown person at the Strand [Map].

On 05 Jun 1701 Amyas Pollard 3rd Baronet (age 85) died. Baronet Pollard of King's Knympton in Devon extinct. He was buried at St James' Church, Abbots Bickington [Map] where his ledger stone is inscribed: "To the memory of Sr. Ames Pollard, Barron(e)t, who departed this life June the 5th 1701 and was here interr'd the 7th of the same in ye 85th year of his age". Below is an heraldic achievement of Pollard showing an escutcheon of the Pollard arms: Quarterly 1st & 4th, a chevron between three escallops; 2nd & 3rd: a chevron between three mullets; overall the Red Hand of Ulster. Above the escutcheon is the crest of Pollard: A leopard's head and neck erased. Beneath is the following verse:

If birth & parentage be an ornament,

His may be rank'd w(i)th those of best descent,

If constant stedfast loyallty be a praise,

His was unshaken in the worst of dayes,

Who durst the King & royall cause still own,

In times when doing it was so dangerous known,

If love to friends to neighb(ou)rs & to peace,

When constituted justice may increase,

And raise his charact(e)r all this lets us see,

How much we lost in being depriv'd of thee.

On 05 Jun 1739 Anne Urry Lady Bouverie (age 74) died.

On 05 Jun 1740 Henry Grey 1st Duke Kent (age 69) died without surviving male issue. Duke Kent, Marquess Kent, Earl Kent and Viscount Gooderich extinct. His granddaughter Jemima Campbell 2nd Marchioness Grey (age 16) succeeded 2nd Marchioness Grey.

On 05 Jun 1741 Charles Savile of Methley (age 65) died.

On 05 Jun 1741 Sophia Bentinck Duchess Kent (age 40) died.

On 05 Jun 1752 Charles Louis Frederick Duke of Mecklenburg (age 44) died.

On 05 Jun 1775 John Thorold 8th Baronet (age 72) died. His son John Thorold 9th Baronet (age 40) succeeded 9th Baronet Thorold of Marston in Lincolnshire. Jane Hayford Lady Thorold by marriage Lady Thorold of Marston in Lincolnshire.

On 05 Jun 1780 John Amyand (age 28) died.

On 05 Jun 1798 Luke Gardiner 1st Viscount Mountjoy (age 53) was killed in action at The Battle of New Ross. His son Charles John Gardiner 1st Earl Blessington (age 16) succeeded 2nd Viscount Mountjoy, 2nd Baron Mountjoy.

On 05 Jun 1829 Emma Durant (age 19) died. She was buried at Pére Lachaise Cemetery.

On 05 Jun 1839 Henrietta Susanna Tracy died.

On 05 Jun 1842 Thomas Henry Lister (age 42) died.

On 05 Jun 1846 Margaret Harriet Montagu Scott Countess Romney (age 34) died.

On 05 Jun 1846 Elizabeth Bromley (age 27) died of tuberculosis in Paris [Map]. She was buried at Kensal Green Cemetery.

On 05 Jun 1850 John Simpson (age 87) died.

On 05 Jun 1856 Samuel Gurney (age 69) died.

On 05 Jun 1860 Rebecca Alton Lady Alleyne (age 65) died.

On 05 Jun 1863 Francis Martin Drexel (age 71) died.

On 05 Jun 1863 George Ponsonby (age 90) died.

On 05 Jun 1872 Eliza Gerard died.

On 05 Jun 1886 Llewellynn Jewitt (age 69) died at The Hollies, Duffield.

On 05 Jun 1896 Cecila Caroline Napier (age 77) died.

On 05 Jun 1902 Charlotte Maria Guest (age 67) died.

On 05 Jun 1911 George Body (age 71) died.

On 05 Jun 1920 Alfred Edward Cunliffe (age 66) died.

On 05 Jun 1920 Reverend John Stafford Northcote (age 70) died.

On 05 Jun 1934 Walter Robert Buchanan Riddell 12th Baronet (age 55) died.

On 05 Jun 1954 Dorothy Violet Chandos-Pole (age 71) died.

On 05 Jun 1966 Edith Victoria Blanche Winn (age 71) died.

On 05 Jun 1970 Florence Harriet Young (age 95) died at Martock, Somerset.

On 05 Jun 1982 Elizabeth Vere Cavendish Marchioness Salisbury (age 87) died.

On 05 Jun 1984 Oliver Kintzing Wallop (age 61) died.