05 Nov is in November.
On 05 Nov 1395 Elizabeth Latimer 5th Baroness Latimer, Baroness Neville and Willoughby (age 38) died. Her son John Neville 6th Baron Latimer of Corby (age 13) succeeded 6th Baron Latimer of Corby 1C 1299.
Before 05 Nov 1436 Henry Grey 2nd Earl Tankerville (age 18) and Antigone Lancaster Countess Tankerville (age 14) were married. She by marriage Countess Tankerville. She the daughter of Humphrey Lancaster 1st Duke Gloucester (age 46). He the son of John Grey 1st Earl Tankerville and Joan Charleton Countess Tankerville. They were third cousins. He a great x 4 grandson of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. She a granddaughter of Henry IV King England.
On 05 Nov 1463 Bishop John Kingscote died.
After 10 May 1490 Alice Southill (age 30) was buried at Church of St Peter and St Paul, Exton, Rutlandshire [Map]. After 05 Nov 1524 John Harrington (age 44) was buried with his wife.
Alice Southill: Around 1460 she was born to Henry Southill (age 12) at Everingham. Before 10 May 1490 Alice Southill (age 30) died. In 1500 John Harrington (age 19) and she were married. The difference in their ages was 20 years.
John Harrington: After 1480 he was born to Robert Harrington (age 15) at Exton, Rutlandshire. Date adjusted from 1473 to 1480 to be consistent with father's birth in 1465. On 05 Nov 1524 John Harrington (age 44) died at Exton, Rutlandshire.
The Bedesman, Chunky Lions Mane, Swirling Tail, Dogs chewing at her dress with Studded Collar, Dress Folds at Feet and Angels supporting the pillow are all indicative of Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent
She wearing a Gabled Headress with Lappets.
Angels holding the pillow.
John Spelman: Around 1480 he was born to Henry Spelman (age 50) and Ela Narborough. In 1498 John Spelman (age 18) and Elizabeth Frowick were married. They had thirteen sons and seven daughters. In 1531 John Spelman (age 51) was appointed Justice of the King's Bench.
Elizabeth Frowick: She was born to Henry Frowick of South Mimms and Anne Knollys. John Coningsby of North Mimms and she were married.
On 05 Nov 1632 Henry "Wizard Earl" Percy 9th Earl of Northumberland (age 68) died. His son Algernon Percy 10th Earl of Northumberland (age 30) succeeded 10th Earl of Northumberland 1C 1377, 13th Baron Percy of Alnwick 1C 1299, 21st Baron Percy of Topcliffe, 4th Baron Percy of Alnwick 2C 1577, 12th Baron Poynings 1C 1337.
Evelyn's Diary. 05 Nov 1673. This night the youths of the city burned the Pope in effigy, after they had made procession with it in great triumph, they being displeased at the Duke (age 40) for altering his religion and marrying an Italian lady (age 15).
Evelyn's Diary. 05 Nov 1678. Dr. Tillotson (age 48) preached before the Commons at St. Margaret's [Map]. He said the Papists were now arrived at that impudence, as to deny that there ever was any such as the gunpowder-conspiracy; but he affirmed that he himself had several letters written by Sir Everard Digby (one of the traitors), in which he gloried that he was to suffer for it; and that it was so contrived, that of the Papists not above two or three should have been blown up, and they, such as were not worth saving.
Evelyn's Diary. 05 Nov 1688. I went to London; heard the news of the Prince (age 38) having landed at Torbay, coming with a fleet of near 700 sail, passing through the Channel with so favorable a wind, that our navy could not intercept, or molest them. This put the King (age 55) and Court into great consternation, they were now employed in forming an army to stop their further progress, for they were got into Exeter [Map], and the season and ways very improper for his Majesty's forces to march so great a distance.
Evelyn's Diary. 05 Nov 1688. These are the beginnings of sorrow, unless God in his mercy prevent it by some happy reconciliation of all dissensions among us. This, in all likelihood, nothing can effect except a free Parliament; but this we cannot hope to see, while there are any forces on either side. I pray God to protect and direct the King (age 55) for the best and truest interest of his people!-I saw his Majesty (age 55) touch for the evil, Piten the Jesuit, and Warner officiating.
Evelyn's Diary. 05 Nov 1688. The Archbishop of Canterbury (age 71) and some few of the other Bishops and Lords in London, were sent for to Whitehall, and required to set forth their abhorrence of this invasion. They assured his Majesty (age 55) that they had never invited any of the Prince's (age 38) party, or were in the least privy to it, and would be ready to show all testimony of their loyalty; but, as to a public declaration, being so few, they desired that his Majesty (age 55) would call the rest of their brethren and Peers, that they might consult what was fit to be done on this occasion, not thinking it right to publish anything without them, and till they had themselves seen the Prince's (age 38) manifesto, in which it was pretended he was invited in by the Lords, spiritual and temporal. This did not please the King; so they departed.
Evelyn's Diary. 05 Nov 1689. The Bishop of St. Asaph (age 62), Lord Almoner, preached before the King (age 39) and Queen (age 27), the whole discourse being an historical narrative of the Church of England's several deliverances, especially that of this anniversary, signalized by being also the birthday of the Prince of Orange, his marriage (which was on the 4th), and his landing at Torbay this day. There was a splendid ball and other rejoicings.
On 05 Nov 1702 William Stanley 9th Earl of Derby (age 47) died. On His brother James Stanley 10th Earl of Derby (age 38) succeeded 10th Earl Derby 3C 1485. Baron Strange Knockin 4C 1628 abeyant between his two daughters Henrietta Stanley Countess Anglesey (age 15) and Elizabeth Stanley. On the death of Elizabeth Stanley in 1714 the abeyance was terminated in favour of Henrietta Stanley Countess Anglesey (age 15).
On 05 Nov 1702 Henry Winchcombe 2nd Baronet (age 43) died. Baronet Winchcombe of Bucklebury in Berkshire extinct. His estates at Winchcombe, Gloucestershire were inherited by his daughter Frances Winchcombe Viscountess Bolingbroke (age 21) and her husband Henry St John 1st Viscount Bolingbroke (age 24).
On 16 Nov 1745 James Butler 2nd Duke Ormonde (age 80) died. His coffin-plate says 05 Nov 1645. He was buried in the Duke of Ormonde, Vault Henry VII Chapel, Westminster Abbey. His brother Charles Butler 3rd Duke Ormond (age 74) de jure 3rd Duke Ormonde (he didn't claim the title since his brother the second duke had been attainted for supporting the Jacobite rebellion), 3rd Marquess Ormonde 1C 1642, 14th Earl Ormonde, 7th Earl Ossory.
On 05 Nov 1774 John Murray 3rd Duke Atholl (age 45) died at Dunkeld. His son John Murray 4th Duke Atholl (age 19) succeeded 4th Duke Atholl, 5th Marquess Atholl, 6th Earl Atholl 10C 1596, 7th Earl Tullibardine 2C 1628.
On 05 Nov 1806 William Ponsonby 1st Baron Ponsonby of Imokilly in County Cork (age 62) died. His son John Ponsonby 1st Viscount Ponsonby (age 36) succeeded 2nd Baron Ponsonby of Imokilly in County Cork. Frances Elizabeth Villiers Viscountess Ponsonby (age 20) by marriage Baroness Ponsonby of Imokilly in County Cork.
Before 05 Nov 1807. Angelica Kauffmann (age 66). Portrait of Eleanor Todd (age 45).
Eleanor Todd: In 1762 she was born to Anthony Todd. On 15 Aug 1782 James Maitland 8th Earl Lauderdale (age 23) and Eleanor Todd (age 20) were married. He the son of John Maitland 7th Earl Lauderdale (age 64) and Mary Turner Lombe Countess Launderdale. In 1856 Eleanor Todd (age 94) died.
George James Cholmondeley: On 22 Feb 1752 he was born to Robert Cholmondeley (age 24). Before 05 Nov 1830 George James Cholmondeley (age 78) and Mary Elizabeth Townshend Countess Romney (age 30) were married. The difference in their ages was 47 years.
On 05 Nov 1833 William Henry Edgecumbe 4th Earl of Mount Edgcumbe was born to Ernest Augustus Edgecumbe 3rd Earl of Mount Edgcumbe (age 36).
On 05 Nov 1840 George John Hamilton-Gordon 5th Earl Aberdeen (age 24) and Mary Bailie-Hamilton Countess Aberdeen (age 26) were married. He the son of George Hamilton-Gordon 4th Earl Aberdeen (age 56) and Harriet Douglas Countess Aberdeen.
On 05 Nov 1847 Archbishop Edward Venables-Vernon-Harcourt (age 90) died.
Charles Vere Ferrars Townshend: On 16 Sep 1785 he was born to George Townshend 2nd Marquess Townshend (age 32) and Charlotte Mainwaring Ellerker Countess of Leicester (age 14). Before 05 Nov 1853 Charles Vere Ferrars Townshend (age 68) and Charlotte Elizabeth Loftus were married. He the son of George Townshend 2nd Marquess Townshend and Charlotte Mainwaring Ellerker Countess of Leicester. They were first cousins. On 05 Nov 1853 Charles Vere Ferrars Townshend (age 68) died. He was buried at Church of St Mary East Raynham.
The London Gazette 21997. War-Office, May 5, 1857.
The Queen (age 37) has been graciously pleased to signify Her intention to confer the Decoration of the Victoria Cross on the undermentioned Officers of Her Majesty's Army, who have been recommended to Her Majesty for that Decoration,—in accordance with the rules laid down in Her Majesty's Warrant of the 29th of January, 1856,—on account of acts of bravery performed by them before the Enemy during the late War, as recorded against their several names ; viz.
At a moment when the Guards were at some distance from the Sand Bag Battery, at the Battle of Inkerman, Colonel Percy charged singly into the battery, followed immediately by the Guards; the embrasures of the battery, as also the parapet, were held by the Russians, who kept up a most severe fire of musketry.
At the Battle of Inkerman Colonel Percy, found himself with many men of various regiments, who had charged too far, nearly surrounded by the Russians, and without ammunition. Colonel Percy, by his knowledge of ground, though wounded, extricated these men, and, passing under a heavy fire from the Russians then in the Sand Bag Battery, brought them safe to where ammunition was to be obtained, thereby saving some fifty men, and enabling them to renew the combat. He received the approval of His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, for this action, on the spot.—Colonel Percy was engaged with, and put hors de combat, a Russian soldier.
7th Regiment. Lieutenant William Hope. Date of Act of Bravery, 18th June, 1855.
After the troops had retreated on the morning of the 18th June, 1855, Lieutenant W. Hope being informed by the late Serjeant-Major William Bacon, who was himself wounded, that Lieutenant and Adjutant Hobson was lying outside the trenches badly wounded, went out to look for him, and found him lying in the old agricultural ditch running towards the left flank of the Redan. He then returned, and got four men to bring him in. Finding, however, that Lieutenant Hobson could not be removed without a stretcher, he then ran back across the open to Egerton's Pit, where he procured one, and carried it to where Lieutenant Hobson was lying.
All this was done under a very heavy fire from the Russian batteries.
7th Regiment. Assistant-Surgeon Thomas Egerton Hale, M.D. Date of Act of Bravery, 8th September, 1855
First. For remaining with an officer who was dangerously wounded, (Captain H. M. Jones, 7th Regiment), in the fifth parallel, on 8th September, 1855, when all the men in the immediate neighbourhood retreated, excepting Lieutenant W. Hope and Dr. Hale; and for endeavouring to rally the men, in conjunction with Lieutenant W. Hope, 7th Royal Fusiliers.
Secondly. For having, on 8th September, 1855, after the regiments had retired into the trenches, cleared the most advanced sap of the wounded, and carried, into the sap, under a heavy fire, several wounded men from the open ground, being assisted by Serjeant Charles Fisher, 7th Royal Fusiliers
Coldstream Guards (late of the 49th Regiment). Brevet-Major John Augustus Conolly Date of Act of Bravery, 26th October, 1854.
In the attack by the Russians against the position held by the Second Division, 26th October, 1854, Major Conolly, then a Lieutenant in the 49th Regiment, while in command of a company of that regiment, on outlying picket, made himself most conspicuous by the gallantry of his behaviour. He came particularly under the observation of the late Field-Marshal Lord Raglan, while in personal encounter with several Russians, in defence of his post. He ultimately fell, dangerously wounded. Lieutenant Conolly was highly praised in General Orders, and promoted into the Coldstream Guards, as a reward for his exemplary behaviour on this occasion.
Captain William Kent Allix: Before 05 Nov 1804 he was appointed Aide-de-Camp to General George de Lacy Evans (age 17). On 09 Apr 1823 he was born to Colonel Charles Allix (age 40) and Mary Elizabeth Hammond at Willoughby Hall. He was educated at Harrow School where there is a memorial plaque to him. On 05 Nov 1854 Captain William Kent Allix (age 31) was killed in action at the Battle of Inkerman whilst serving with the 1st Royal Regiment.
On 05 Nov 1862 Mary Anne Browne died. On 09 Sep 1853 Anna Martina ffolkes died. In 1960 Edward John Patrick Boschetti ffolkes 6th Baronet (age 61) died. Memorials in Church of St Mary Hillington [Map].
Mary Anne Browne: She was born to Dominick Geoffrey Browne of Castle McGarrett.
Edward John Patrick Boschetti ffolkes 6th Baronet: In 1899 he was born to Francis Arthur Stanley ffolkes 5th Baronet (age 35). On 18 Oct 1938 or 20 Oct 1938 Francis Arthur Stanley ffolkes 5th Baronet (age 74) died. His son Edward John Patrick Boschetti ffolkes 6th Baronet (age 39) succeeded 6th Baronet ffolkes of Hillington Hall in Norfolk.
On 05 Nov 1874 Richard Grosvenor 1st Baron Stalbridge (age 37) and Beatrice Charlotte Elizabeth Vesey Baroness Stalbridge were married at Westminster Abbey [Map]. Beatrice Charlotte Elizabeth Vesey Baroness Stalbridge by marriage Baroness Stalbridge of Stalbridge in Dorset. He the son of Richard Grosvenor 2nd Marquess Westminster and Elizabeth Mary Leveson-Gower Marchioness Westminster (age 77).
05 Nov 1876. Portrait of Henry Gastineau from the Illustrated London News.
On 05 Nov 1878 Thomas Francis Anson 3rd Earl Lichfield (age 22) and Mildred Coke Countess Lichfield (age 24) were married at St Withburga's Church, Holkham [Map]. She the daughter of Thomas Coke 2nd Earl of Leicester (age 55) and Juliana Whitbread Countess Leicester. He the son of Thomas George Anson 2nd Earl Lichfield (age 53) and Harriet Georgiana Louisa Hamilton Countess Lichfield (age 44). They were half first cousin twice removed. He a great x 5 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland. She a great x 5 granddaughter of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 05 Nov 1881 Henry Ulrick Lascelles 5th Earl Harewood (age 35) and Florence Katharine Bridgeman Countess Harewood (age 22) were married. She the daughter of Orlando Bridgeman 3rd Earl Bradford (age 62) and Selina Weld-Forester Countess Bradford. He the son of Henry Thynne Lascelles 4th Earl Harewood (age 57) and Elizabeth Joanna Burgh. They were third cousins.
On 05 Nov 1910 Ronald Temple-Gore-Langton 7th Earl Temple of Stowe was born to Captain Chandos Graham Temple-Gore-Langton (age 37).
On 05 Nov 1914 William Scott 6th Duke Buccleuch 8th Duke Queensberry (age 83) died. His son John Scott 7th Duke Buccleuch 9th Duke Queensberry (age 50) succeeded 7th Duke Buccleuch, 9th Duke Queensberry, 7th Earl Doncaster, 7th Baron Scott of Tynedale. Margaret Alice "Molly" Bridgeman Duchess Buccleuch Duchess Queensbury (age 42) by marriage Duchess Buccleuch Duchess Queensberry.
On 05 Nov 2002 Anthony Ashley-Cooper 10th Earl of Shaftesbury (age 64) and Jamila Ben M'Barek Countess of Shaftesbury (age 41) were married. She by marriage Countess Shaftesbury. The marriage lasted until April 2004 when he started a relationship with Nadia Orche. The difference in their ages was 22 years.
On 05 Nov 2004 Anthony Ashley-Cooper 10th Earl of Shaftesbury (age 66) was murdered by the brother, Mohammed M'Barek, of his wife Jamila Ben M'Barek Countess of Shaftesbury (age 43) on her behalf. On 07 Apr 2005 the remains of Anthony Ashley-Cooper 10th Earl of Shaftesbury (age 66) were discovered in a valley at Théoule-sur-Mer, Alpes-Maritimes on the outskirts of Cannes. His son Anthony Ashley-Cooper 11th Earl of Shaftesbury (age 27) succeeded 11th Earl Shaftesbury, 12th Baronet Cooper of Rockbourne in Southampton. He died six months later, six weeks after assuming the title.