14 Sep is in September.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. and Osred, who had been king of the Northumbrians, returning home after his exile, was apprehended and slain, on the eighteenth day before the calends of October. His body is deposited at Tinemouth. Ethelred (age 32) this year, on the third day before the calends of October, took unto himself a new wife, whose name was Ælfflæd Queen of Mercia.
Before 14 Sep 1125 Hugh Blois Count Champagne and Constance Capet Countess Champagne (age 47) were married. Constance Capet Countess Champagne by marriage Countess Champagne. She the daughter of Philip "Amorous" I King France and Bertha Gerulfing Queen Consort France. He the son of Theobald Blois III Count Blois and Adela Valois Countess Blois and Vermandois.
After 14 Sep 1125 Hugh Blois Count Champagne and Isabella Ivrea Countess Champagne were married. Isabella Ivrea Countess Champagne by marriage Countess Champagne. She the daughter of Stephen Ivrea I Count Burgundy and Beatrice Metz Countess Burgundy. He the son of Theobald Blois III Count Blois and Adela Valois Countess Blois and Vermandois.
On 14 Sep 1402 Henry Percy 1st Earl of Northumberland (age 60) and his son Henry "Hotspur" Percy (age 38) lay in wait at Homildon Hill [Map] for the Scots to return from their laying waste to Northumberland. The Battle of Homildon Hill was a victory for the English forces whose longbowmen decimated the Scottish schiltrons. Henry Fitzhugh 3rd Baron Fitzhugh (age 44) fought for the English.
John Swinton was killed.
Archibald Douglas 1st Duke Touraine (age 30) was wounded. Henry IV King England (age 35) forbade the ransoming of Scottish prisoners so that he could concentrate on the Welsh. By doing so he created a rift with the Percy family who subsequently defected to Owain ap Gruffudd Glyndŵr (age 43).
John Stewart 1st of Dalswinton and Garlies: Around 1370 he was born to William Stewart of Jedworth and Teviotdale (age 14). Between 17 Oct 1396 and 28 Oct 1420 John Stewart 1st of Dalswinton and Garlies and Marion Stewart (age 12) were married. They were fourth cousins. Before 1420 John Stewart 1st of Dalswinton and Garlies (age 50) was created 1st Lord Garlies. Around 1420 John Stewart 1st of Dalswinton and Garlies (age 50) was killed in action. His son William Stewart 2nd of Dalswinton and Garlies (age 23) succeeded 2nd Lord Garlies.
On 14 Sep 1404 Albert Habsburg IV Duke Austria (age 26) died.
After 14 Sep 1430 James Tuchet 5th Baron Audley, 2nd Baron Tuchet (age 32) and Eleanor Holland Baroness Audley Heighley (age 24) were married. She by marriage Baroness Audley of Heighley in Staffordshire, Baroness Tuchet. She the daughter of Edmund Holland 4th Earl Kent and Constance York Countess Gloucester. She a great granddaughter of King Edward III of England.
Chronicle of Gregory 1435. 14 Sep 1435. Ande that same yere, the xiiij day of Septembyr, deyde the Duke of Bedforde (age 46), Regaunte of alle Fraunce, in the castelle of Rone [Map], bytwyne ij and iij in the mornynge; and hys body ys buryde in Nostre Dame Chyrche of Roone [Map]. And of hys soule ande alle Crystyn soulys God have marcy, Amen.
On 14 Sep 1476 Ferdinand I King Naples (age 53) and Joanna of Aragon Queen Consort Naples (age 22) were married. Joanna of Aragon Queen Consort Naples by marriage Queen Consort Naples. The difference in their ages was 30 years. She the daughter of John II King Aragon (age 78) and Juana Enríquez Queen Consort Aragon. He the son of Alfonso V King Aragon and Giralda Carlino. They were first cousins.
On or before 14 Sep 1590 Thomas Savile 1st Earl of Sussex was born to John Savile 1st Baron Savile (age 34) and Elizabeth Carey Baroness Savile (age 20). He was baptised at St Peter's Church, Doddington [Map] on 14 Sep 1590.
Pepy's Diary. 14 Sep 1665. Down to the office, and there wrote letters to and again about this good newes of our victory, and so by water home late. Where, when I come home I spent some thoughts upon the occurrences of this day, giving matter for as much content on one hand and melancholy on another, as any day in all my life. For the first; the finding of my money and plate, and all safe at London, and speeding in my business of money this day.
Pepy's Diary. 14 Sep 1665. To hear that poor Payne, my waiter, hath buried a child, and is dying himself. To hear that a labourer I sent but the other day to Dagenhams, to know how they did there, is dead of the plague; and that one of my own watermen, that carried me daily, fell sick as soon as he had landed me on Friday morning last, when I had been all night upon the water (and I believe he did get his infection that day at Brainford), and is now dead of the plague. To hear that Captain Lambert and Cuttle are killed in the taking these ships; and that Mr. Sidney Montague is sick of a desperate fever at my Baroness Carteret's (age 63), at Scott's-hall. To hear that Mr. Lewes hath another daughter sick.
Pepy's Diary. 14 Sep 1665. Up, and walked to Greenwich [Map], and there fitted myself in several businesses to go to London, where I have not been now a pretty while. But before I went from the office newes is brought by word of mouth that letters are now just now brought from the fleete of our taking a great many more of the Dutch fleete, in which I did never more plainly see my command of my temper in my not admitting myself to receive any kind of joy from it till I had heard the certainty of it, and therefore went by water directly to the Duke of Albemarle (age 56), where I find a letter of the Lath from Solebay [Map], from my Lord Sandwich (age 40), of the fleete's meeting with about eighteen more of the Dutch fleete, and his taking of most of them; and the messenger says, they had taken three after the letter was wrote and sealed; which being twenty-one, and the fourteen took the other day, is forty-five sail; some of which are good, and others rich ships, which is so great a cause of joy in us all that my Lord and everybody is highly joyed thereat. And having taken a copy of my Lord's letter, I away back again to the Beare [Map] at the bridge foot, being full of wind and out of order, and there called for a biscuit and a piece of cheese and gill of sacke, being forced to walk over the Bridge [Map], toward the 'Change [Map], and the plague being all thereabouts.
Calendars. 14 Sep 1666. 111. Whitby. Thomas Waade to Williamson. The destruction of London by fire is reported to be a hellish contrivance of the French, Hollanders, and fanatic party. At the first notice of it there, the trained bands were in arms, those for the North Rriding endezvousing at Malton, Sir Jordan Crosland's regiment at Easingwold, and Sir Thomas Strickland's foot company was sent to guard Whitby. The coun- try being alarmed with the men-of-war, Alderman Shipton of Lythe raised 200 men ina moment, with such arms as they could get who were very willing to engage the enemy if they durst land, but seeing such a flocking of people, they weighed anchor, and are cruising off, expecting laden colliers from Newcastle or Sunderland.
On 14 Sep 1694 Thomas Savage 3rd Earl Rivers (age 66) died at Great Queen Street St Giles in the Fields Church, Camden. His son Richard Savage 4th Earl Rivers (age 40) succeeded 4th Earl Rivers 2C 1626, 4th Viscount Colchester, 4th Viscount Savage, 4th Baron Darcy of Chiche, 5th Baronet Savage of Rocksavage in Cheshire.
Between 14 Sep 1705 and 19 Oct 1705 a multinational Grand Alliance army led by Lord Peterborough (age 47) captured the city of Barcelona from its Spanish defenders, most of whom then joined the Grand Aliance army.
On 13 Sep 1705 Prince George of Hesse Darmstadt (age 36) was killed.
On or before 14 Sep 1710 Ferdinando Dudley Lea 11th Baron Dudley was born to William Lea (age 33) and Frances Ward (age 22). He was baptised on 14 Sep 1710.
On 14 Sep 1711 Henry Somerset 2nd Duke Beaufort (age 27) and Mary Osborne Duchess Beaufort (age 23) were married. She by marriage Duchess Beaufort. She the daughter of Peregrine Osborne 2nd Duke Leeds (age 52) and Bridget Hyde Duchess Leeds (age 49).
On 14 Sep 1749 Field Marshal Richard Temple 1st Viscount Cobham (age 73) died without surviving issue. His sister Hester Temple 1st Countess Temple (age 59) succeeded 2nd Viscountess Cobham by special remainder. Baron Cobham 6C 1714 extinct. His second cousin once removed William Temple 5th Baronet (age 55) succeeded 5th Baronet Temple of Stowe.
On 02 Sep 1752 Great Britain and Ireland adopted the Gregorian Calendar and corrected the date losing eleven days. Wednesday 02 Sep 1752 was followed by Thursday 14 Sep 1752. The tax year requiring 365 days slipped from commencing on 25 March, Lady Day, to 05 April as a consequence.
Probably by Peter Scheemakers (age 62), erected by Thomas Strode, brother of George, with reclining figures of a man and woman on a sarcophagus and on either side standing allegorical figures one with a cornucopia the other an anchor, above is an achievement-of-arms.
Catherine Brodrepp: She was born to Richard Brodrepp of Maperton.
On 14 Sep 1808 William Henry Lyttelton 1st Baron Lyttelton (age 83) died. His son George Fulke 2nd Baron Lyttelton (age 44) succeeded 2nd Baron Lyttelton of Frankley in Worcestershire 2C 1794, 2nd Baron Westcote, 8th Baronet Lyttelton of Frankley.
On 14 Sep 1827 Sackville George Lane-Fox 15th Baron Darcy of Knayth 12th Baron Conyers was born to Sackville Lane-Fox (age 30) and Charlotte Mary Anne Georgiana Osborne (age 21).
On 14 Sep 1846 John Murray 5th Duke Atholl (age 68) died at Greville Place St John's Wood. His nephew George Augustus Frederick Murray 6th Duke Atholl (age 31) succeeded 6th Duke Atholl, 7th Marquess Atholl, 8th Earl Atholl 10C 1596, 9th Earl Tullibardine 2C 1628, 11th Baron Strange Knockin 4C 1628.
On 14 Sep 1851 John Hely-Hutchinson 3rd Earl of Donoughmore (age 64) died.
On 14 Sep 1852 Arthur Wellesley 1st Duke Wellington (age 83) died at Deal Castle [Map]. His son Arthur Wellesley 2nd Duke Wellington (age 45) succeeded 2nd Duke Wellington 1C 1814, 2nd Viscount Wellington of Talavera. Elizabeth Hay Duchess Wellington (age 31) by marriage Duchess Wellington.
On 14 Sep 1861 Hugh Fortescue 2nd Earl Fortescue (age 78) died. His son Hugh Fortescue 3rd Earl Fortescue (age 43) succeeded 3rd Earl Fortescue, 3rd Viscount Ebrington of Ebrington in Gloucestershire.
On 14 Sep 1867 Adelbert Salusbury Cockayne-Cust 5th Baron Brownlow was born to Henry Cockayne-Cust (age 47) and Sara Jane Cookson. His mother Sara Jane Cookson died in childbirth.
On 14 Sep 1875 Arthur Stanley 5th Baron Stanley, 5th Baron Sheffield, 4th Baron Eddisbury was born to Edward Lyulph Stanley 4th Baron Stanley 3rd Baron Eddisbury (age 36) and Mary Catherine Bell Baroness Stanley.
On 14 Sep 1938 David Verney 29th Baron Latimer 21st Baron Willoughby de Broke was born to John Verney 28th Baron Latimer 20th Baron Willoughby de Broke (age 42).
On 14 Sep 1960 Thomas Edward Anson 4th Earl Lichfield (age 76) died. He was buried at St Stephen's Church, Great Heywood [Map]. His grandson Thomas Patrick John Anson 5th Earl Lichfield (age 21) succeeded 5th Earl Lichfield 3C 1831, 6th Viscount Anson of Shugborough and Orgrave and 6th Baron Soberton of Soberton in Hampshire. Shugborough Hall [Map] passed to the National Trust in lieu of death duties.
Andrew Douglas Algernon Fountaine: On 07 Dec 1918 he was born to Vice Admiral Charles Andrew Fountaine (age 39) and Louisa Constance Catherine Maclean at Narford Hall. On 24 Mar 1946 Vice Admiral Charles Andrew Fountaine (age 66) died. His son Andrew Douglas Algernon Fountaine (age 27) inherited Narford Hall. Before 14 Sep 1997 Andrew Douglas Algernon Fountaine (age 78) and Rosemary Mitcham (age 65) were married. On 14 Sep 1997 Andrew Douglas Algernon Fountaine (age 78) died of cancer possibly at Swaffham Hospital otherwise at Narford Hall without issue. His brother John Brigg Charles Fountaine (age 74) inherited Narford Hall.