09 May is in May.
In 1198 Bishop William de Vere died.
On 09 May 1186 Bishop Gilbert Foliot died.
On 16 Apr 1148 Bishop Robert de Bethune died in Reims just after the closure of the Council of Reims. His remains were brought to Hereford Cathedral [Map] where he was buried. See Chronicle of Wigmore.
On 27 Feb 1167 Robert Melun Bishop of Hereford (age 67) died.
Before 09 May 1271 King Edward "Longshanks" I of England (age 31) and Eleanor of Castile Queen Consort England (age 30) sailed from Palermo and travelled to Acre arriving on 09 May 1271. They were later joined by Edmund "Crouchback" Plantagenet 1st Earl of Leicester 1st Earl Lancaster (age 26), John "The Red" Capet I Duke Brittany (age 53) and Teobaldo Visconti Archdeacon of Liège (age 41) (who would become Pope a month later).
On 12 Jun 1435 John Fitzalan 14th Earl Arundel (age 27) was captured and died from wounds received at the battle. His son Humphrey Fitzalan 15th Earl Arundel (age 6) succeeded 15th Earl Arundel Sussex, 5th Baron Maltravers 1C 1330, 5th Baron Arundel 1C 1377.
Richard Woodville 1st Earl Rivers (age 30) fought.
On 09 May 1546 George Blagge (age 34) was induced to deny the efficacy of the Mass, by trickery he alleged, while walking home after church. He was immediately summoned by Thomas Wriothesley (age 40), the Lord Chancellor, and sent to Newgate Prison [Map]. At his trial at the Guildhall [Map], the main witnesses for the prosecution were Littleton (age 41) and Sir Hugh Calverley (age 42), MP for Cheshire. On their evidence, Blagge (age 34) was sentenced to be burned for heresy the following Wednesday. Fortunately for him, the Lord Privy Seal, John Russell (age 61), appealed on his behalf to the king (age 54), who had not heard of the proceedings to that point. Henry (age 54) immediately pardoned Blagge and ordered Wriothesley to release him.
On 09 May 1628 John Carey 2nd Earl Dover (age 20) and Dorothy St John were married. She died eight weeks later. She the daughter of Oliver St John 1st Earl Bolingbroke (age 48) and Elizabeth Paulet Countess Bolingbroke. He the son of Henry Carey 1st Earl Dover (age 48) and Judith Pelham Countess Dover (age 37).
Before 09 May 1630 Jehan Lord of Heenvliet (age 35) and Katherine Wotton Countess Chesterfield (age 21) were married.
On 09 May 1641 Francis Russell 4th Earl Bedford (age 48) died. His son William Russell 1st Duke Bedford (age 24) succeeded 5th Earl Bedford 3C 1551, 5th Baron Russell 1C 1539. Anne Carr (age 25) by marriage Countess Bedford.
On 09 May 1671 Colonel Thomas Blood (age 53) attempted to steal the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London [Map]. He was captured whilst trying to escape the Tower of London [Map] with the Crown. Following his capture he refused to to answer to anyone but the King (age 40). He was questioned by the King (age 40) and Prince Rupert Palatinate Simmern 1st Duke Cumberland (age 51). For unknown reasons he was pardoned by the King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland (age 40) and rewarded with land in Ireland worth £500 per year much to the irritation of James Butler 1st Duke Ormonde (age 60), Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, whom Blood had attempted to kidnap twice before.
On 09 May 1703 John Jeffreys 2nd Baron Jeffreys (age 29) died. Baron Jeffreys extinct.
After 09 May 1703 Thomas Windsor 1st Viscount Windsor (age 33) and Charlotte Herbert Viscountess Windsor (age 27) were married. She by marriage Viscountess Windsor. She the daughter of Philip "Infamous Earl" Herbert 7th Earl Pembroke 4th Earl Montgomery and Henrietta Kéroualle Countess Pembroke and Montgomery. He the son of Thomas Hickman Windsor 1st Earl Plymouth and Ursula Widdrington Countess Plymouth (age 55). They were half fourth cousins.
On 09 May 1731 Peregrine Osborne 3rd Duke Leeds (age 39) died. His son Thomas Osborne 4th Duke Leeds (age 17) succeeded 4th Duke Leeds, 4th Earl of Danby 2C 1674, 4th Viscount Osborne, 4th Viscount Latimer, 4th Baron Osborne of Kinderton, 5th Baronet Osborne of Kiveton.
On 09 May 1736 Cecil Wray 11th Baronet (age 58) died. He was buried at All Saints' Church, Branston [Map] where he has a monument sculpted by Thomas Carter. His first cousin once removed John Wray 12th Baronet (age 46) succeeded 12th Baronet Wray of Glentworth in Lincolnshire. Frances Norcliffe Lady Wray (age 35) by marriage Lady Wray of Glentworth in Lincolnshire.
Cecil Wray 11th Baronet: Around 1678 he was born to Drury Wray 9th Baronet (age 44) and Anne Casey. On 21 Nov 1710 Christopher Wray 10th Baronet (age 38) died. His brother Cecil Wray 11th Baronet (age 32) succeeded 11th Baronet Wray of Glentworth in Lincolnshire. On 30 Nov 1721 Cecil Wray 11th Baronet (age 43) and Joanna Taylor Lady Wray were married at St Martin in the Fields. She by marriage Lady Wray of Glentworth in Lincolnshire. On 21 Jan 1736 Cecil Wray 11th Baronet (age 58) wrote his will in which he left £14,000 and his estates to his illegitimate daughter Ann Casey.
John Wray 12th Baronet: On 24 Oct 1689 he was born to William Wray (age 25) and Isabella Ullithorne (age 24). On 04 Mar 1728 John Wray 12th Baronet (age 38) and Frances Norcliffe Lady Wray (age 27) were married at Ripon. On 23 Jan 1752 John Wray 12th Baronet (age 62) died. He was buried at Ripon Cathedral. His son Cecil Wray 13th Baronet (age 17) succeeded 13th Baronet Wray of Glentworth in Lincolnshire.
Frances Norcliffe Lady Wray: On 16 Sep 1700 she was born to Fairfax Norcliffe of Langton in Yorkshire and Mary Hesketh. On 04 Jul 1770 Frances Norcliffe Lady Wray (age 69) died. She was buried at Ripon Cathedral.
On or before 09 May 1754 Bishop Folliott Cornewall was born. He was baptised on 09 May 1754.
On 09 May 1797 George Thynne 2nd Baron Carteret (age 27) and Harriet Courtenay Baroness Carteret (age 25) were married. Harriet Courtenay Baroness Carteret by marriage Baroness Carteret of Hawnes. She the daughter of William Courtenay 8th Earl Devon and Frances Clack Countess Devon. He the son of Thomas Thynne 1st Marquess of Bath and Elizabeth Bentinck Marchioness Bath (age 61).
Frederick Irby 2nd Baron Boston: On 09 Jun 1749 he was born to William Irby 1st Baron Boston (age 42) and Albania Selwyn Baroness Boston (age 30) On 30 Mar 1775 William Irby 1st Baron Boston (age 68) died. His son Frederick Irby 2nd Baron Boston (age 25) succeeded 2nd Baron Boston, 3rd Baronet Irby of Whaplode and Boston. On 15 May 1775 Frederick Irby 2nd Baron Boston (age 25) and Christian Methuen were married. On 23 Mar 1825 Frederick Irby 2nd Baron Boston (age 75) died at Lower Grosvenor Street Belgravia. His son George Irby 3rd Baron Boston (age 47) succeeded 3rd Baron Boston, 4th Baronet Irby of Whaplode and Boston. Rachel Ives Drake Baroness Boston (age 42) by marriage Baroness Boston.
On 09 May 1833 Henry Fox 4th Baron Holland (age 31) and Mary Augusta Baroness Fox (age 21) were married. She the daughter of George Coventry 8th Earl Coventry (age 48) and Mary Beauclerk Countess Coventry (age 42). 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 09 May 1839 Francis George Hugh Seymour-Conway 5th Marquess Hertford (age 27) and Frances Elizabeth Anson Marchioness Hertford (age 29) were married. He a great x 4 grandson of King James II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 09 May 1852 Paul Thompson 1st Baron Wenlock (age 67) died in Florence. His son Beilby Lawley 2nd Baron Wenlock (age 34) succeeded 2nd Baron Wenlock of Wenlock in Shropshire 2C 1839, 9th Baronet Lawley of Spoonhill in Shropshire. Elizabeth Grosvenor Baroness Wenlock (age 27) by marriage Baroness Wenlock of Wenlock in Shropshire.