15 Sep is in September.
After 15 Sep 1317 William Zouche 1st Baron Zouche Mortimer (age 52) and Eleanor Clare Baroness Zouche Mortimer (age 24) were married. The difference in their ages was 27 years. She the daughter of Gilbert "Red Earl" Clare 7th Earl Gloucester 6th Earl Hertford and Joan of Acre Countess Gloucester and Hertford. She a granddaughter of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England.
On 15 Sep 1375 John Mohun 2nd Baron Mohun of Dunster (age 55) died. Since he had no male issue the title Baron Mohun of Dunster went into abeyance between his three daughters. Elizabeth Mohun Countess of Salisbury had one child who died in 1397. Philippa Mohun Duchess Albemarle aka Aumale Duchess York (age 8) didn't have issue. Maud Mohun Baroness Strange Knockin (age 18) had one son Richard Strange 3rd Baron Dunster 7th Baron Strange Knockin who succeeded as 3rd Baron Mohun of Dunster on the death of his aunt Philippa Mohun Duchess Albemarle aka Aumale Duchess York (age 8).
Letters and Papers 1535. 15 Sep 1535. R. O. St. P. I. 448. 370. Sir Thomas Audeley, Chancellor, to Cromwell.
Has received the King's letters, dated the 13th inst., for writs to be made to all sheriffs to notify the prorogation of Parliament to 4 Feb. Will use diligence. Audeley, the Speaker, and some others, must assemble in the Houses 3 Nov. next, to prorogue the same. Is glad of the adjournment of the term, considering the increase of sickness in the city. His advice, since the King desires it, is that Parliament be prorogued till 4 Feb., and the term till Crastino Animarum, by which time, by coldness of the weather, the plague should cease; if not, it may then be prorogued till Hilary Term. To adjourn the whole term suddenly would be prejudicial. One justice must sit in every Court on the first day of the term to receive the King's writ for the adjournment. Asks whether the Exchequer shall be adjourned with the rest, and advises that all should be adjourned together.
The new sheriffs of London have granted Audeley the nomination of under-sheriff of Middlesex. Hears Cromwell has since written to the sheriffs for the same; and reminds him that last year he (Audeley) had such a grant, but abstained from using it, when Cromwell promised not to interrupt him again. Has few advancements for his servants, Cromwell has many; begs he may enjoy the grant. Humble commendations to the King and Queen. Old Forde, 15 Sept. Signed.
On 15 Sep 1574 Margaret Valois Duchess Berry and Savoy (age 51) died.
Between 15 Sep 1648 and 27 Nov 1648 the Treaty of Newport attempted to reconcile King Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland (age 47) (who was imprisoned at nearby Carisbrooke Castle [Map]) with Parliament. Denzil Holles 1st Baron Holles (age 48) and Henry Vane "The Younger" (age 35) represented Parliament. James Butler 1st Duke Ormonde (age 37) represented King Charles. The Treaty eventually came to nothing.
Parliament was also represented by John Crew 1st Baron Crew (age 50), John Glynne Judge (age 46), Nathaniel Fiennes (age 40), William Pierrepont of Thoresby (age 40), Algernon Percy 10th Earl of Northumberland (age 45), William Fiennes 1st Viscount Saye and Sele (age 66), Philip Herbert 4th Earl Pembroke 1st Earl Montgomery (age 63), William Cecil 2nd Earl Salisbury (age 57), James Cranfield 2nd Earl Middlesex (age 27) and Thomas Wenman 2nd Viscount Wenman (age 52).
Evelyn's Diary. 15 Sep 1651. I accompanied Sir Richard Browne (age 46), my father-in-law, to the French Court, when he had a favorable audience of the French King (age 13), and the Queen (age 49), his mother; congratulating the one on his coming to the exercise of his royal charge, and the other's prudent and happy administration during her late regency, desiring both to preserve the same amity for his master, our King, as they had hitherto done, which they both promised, with many civil expressions and words of course upon such occasions. We were accompanied both going and returning by the Introductor of Ambassadors and Aid of Ceremonies. I also saw the audience of Morosini, the Ambassador of Venice, and divers other Ministers of State from German Princes, Savoy, etc. Afterward I took a walk in the King's gardens, where I observed that the mall goes the whole square there of next the wall, and bends with an angle so made as to glance the wall; the angle is of stone. There is a basin at the end of the garden fed by a noble fountain and high jetto. There were in it two or three boats, in which the King now and then rows about. In another part is a complete fort, made with bastions, graft, half-moons, ravelins, and furnished with great guns cast on purpose to instruct the King in fortification.
On 15 Sep 1657 George Villiers 2nd Duke of Buckingham (age 29) and Mary Fairfax Duchess Buckingham (age 19) were married. She by marriage Duchess of Buckingham. He the son of George Villiers 1st Duke of Buckingham and Katherine Manners Duchess Buckingham.
Evelyn's Diary. 15 Sep 1685. I accompanied Mr. Pepys (age 52) to Portsmouth [Map], whither his Ma* (age 51) was going the first time since his coming to the Crowne, to see in what state the fortifications were. We tooke coach and six horses, late after dinner, yet got to Bagshot that night. Whilst supper was making ready I went and made a visit to Mrs. Graham (age 34), some time maid of honour to ye Queene Dowager (age 46), now wife to James Graham, Esq (age 36) of the privy purse to the King; her house being a walke in the forest, within a little quarter of a mile from Bagshot towne. Very importunate she was that I would sup, and abide there that night, but being obliged by my companion, I return'd to our inn, after she had shew'd me her house, wch was very commodious and well furnish'd, as she was an excellent housewife, a prudent and virtuous lady. There is a parke full of red deere about it. Her eldest son was now sick there of the small-pox, but in a likely way of recovery, and other of her children run about, and among the infected, wnh she said she let them do on purpose that they might whilst young pass that fatal disease she fancied they were to undergo one time or other, and that this would be the best: the severity of this cruell disease so lately in my poore family confirming much of what she affirmed.NOTEXT
Evelyn's Diary. 15 Sep 1692. There happened an earthquake, which, though not so great as to do any harm in England, was universal in all these parts of Europe. It shook the house at Wotton, but was not perceived by any save a servant or two, who were making my bed, and another in a garret. I and the rest being at dinner below in the parlor, were not sensible of it. The dreadful one in Jamaica this summer was profanely and ludicrously represented in a puppet play, or some such lewd pastime, in the fair of Southwark [Map], which caused the Queen (age 30) to put down that idle and vicious mock show.
On 15 Sep 1712 Sidney Godolphin 1st Earl Godolphin (age 67) died. His son Francis Godolphin 2nd Earl Godolphin (age 34) succeeded 2nd Earl Godolphin, 2nd Viscount Rialton, 2nd Baron Godolphin of Rialton in Cornwall. Henrietta Churchill 2nd Duchess Marlborough (age 31) by marriage Countess Godolphin.
On 15 Sep 1791 George Spencer-Churchill 5th Duke Marlborough (age 25) and Susan Stewart Duchess Marlborough (age 24) were married. She the daughter of John Stewart 7th Earl Galloway (age 55) and Anne Dashwood Countess Galloway (age 48). He the son of George Spencer 4th Duke Marlborough (age 52) and Caroline Russell Duchess Marlborough (age 48).
On 15 Sep 1794 Thomas Anson 1st Viscount Anson (age 27) and Anne Margaret Coke Viscountess Anson (age 15) were married at St Withburga's Church, Holkham [Map]. She the daughter of Thomas Coke 1st Earl of Leicester (age 40) and Jane Dutton (age 40).
The London Gazette 18851. Whitehall, September 15, 1831.
The King (age 66) has been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, granting the dignity of a Baronet of the said United Kindom to the following Gentlemen, and the respective heirs male of their bodies lawfully begotten, viz.
Lieutenant-General John Slade (age 68).
Lieutenant-General Sir William Anson (age 59), of Birchhall, in the county palatine of Lancaster, K. C. B. [Note. Louisa Frances Mary Dickenson Lady Anson by marriage Lady Anson of Birch Hall in Lancashire.]
Lieutenant-General Kenneth Mackenzie, of Glenbervie, in the county.of Kincardine.
Vice-Admiral Sir Robert Waller Otway (age 61), of Brighthelmstone, in the county of Sussex, K. C. B. [Note. Clementia Holloway Lady Otway (age 49) by marriage Lady Otway of Brighthelmstone in Sussex.]
Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell, G.C. B. and Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick.
Augustus John Foster, of Stone-house, in the county of Loath, Esq. His Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Sardinia.
Sir James McGregor, of Campden-hill, in the county of Middlesex, M. D. Director-General of the Army Medical Department.
Robert Way Harty, of Prospect-house, Roebuck, in the county of Dublin, Esq. Lord Mayor of Dublin.
Colonel John Thomas Jones, of Cranmer-hall, in the county of Norfolk.
Robert Greenhill Russell, of Checquers-court, in the county of Buckingham, Esq.
William Chaytor, of Croft, in the county of York, and of Witton-castle, in the county of Durham, Esq.
William Wrixon Becher, of Ballygiblin, in the county of Cork, Esq.
Joseph Birch, of the Hazles, in the county palatine of Lancaster, Esq.
Robert Campbell, of Carrick Buoy, in the county of Donegal!, Esq.
John Nugent Humble, of Cloncoskoran, in the county of Waterford, Esq.
James Martin Lloyd, of Lancing, in the county of Sussex, Esq.
James Gibson Craig, of Riccaiton, in the county of Mid-Lothian, Esq.
Joseph Barrington, of the city of Limerick, Esq.
Theodore Henry Lavington Broadhead (age 33), of Burton, or Monk-Bretton, in the county of York, Esq. [Note. Charlotte Osborne Lady Broadhead by marriage Lady Broadhead aka Brinckman of Burton or Monk-Bretton in Yorkshire.]
John Colman Rashleigh, of Prideaux, in the county of Cornwall, Esq.
J Campbell, of Barcaldine, in the county of Argyll, Esq.
Percy Fitzgerald Nugent, of Donore, in the county of Westmeath, Esq.
John James Garbett Walsham, of Knill-court, in the county of Hereford, Esq.
William Heygate, of Southend, in the county of Essex, Esq. one of the Aldermen of the city of London.
Thomas McKenny, Esq. one of the Aldermen of the city of Dublin.
Henry Meux, of Theobald's-park, in the county of Hertford, Esq.
Charles Mansfield Clarke, of Dunham-lodge, in the county of Norfolk, M. D. one of the Physicians in Ordinary to Her Majesty.
On 15 Sep 1853 John Cust 1st Earl Brownlow (age 74) died. His grandson John William Spencer Brownlow Egerton-Cust 2nd Earl Brownlow (age 11) succeeded 2nd Earl Brownlow, 3rd Baron Brownlow of Belton in Lincolnshire, 6th Baronet Cust of Stamford in Lincolnshire, and inherited Belton House [Map].
Richard Brownlow 2nd Baronet: Before 1643 he was born to William Brownlow 1st Baronet (age 47) and Elizabeth Duncombe (age 40). Before 26 Jun 1659 Richard Brownlow 2nd Baronet (age 16) and Elizabeth Freke Lady Brownlow (age 26) were married. In 1666 William Brownlow 1st Baronet (age 71) died. His son Richard Brownlow 2nd Baronet (age 23) succeeded 2nd Baronet Brownlow of Humby in Lincolnshire. Elizabeth Freke Lady Brownlow (age 33) by marriage Lady Brownlow of Humby in Lincolnshire.
On 15 Sep 1884 Gilbert Henry Chandos Leigh (age 33) died in a hunting accident on a shooting expedition in the Big Horn Mountains Wyoming. Monument in Church of the Virgin Mary Stoneleigh [Map] sculpted by Edwardo Orlandini.
On 15 Sep 1898 William Ulick O'Connor Cuffe 4th Earl of Desart (age 53) died. His brother Hamilton John Agmondesham Cuffe 5th Earl of Desart (age 50) succeeded 5th Earl Desart.
On 15 Sep 1904 Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett 18th Baron Dunsany (age 26) and Beatrice Child-Villiers Baroness Dunsany (age 23) were married. She by marriage Baroness Dunsany. She the daughter of Victor Albert George Child-Villiers 7th Earl Jersey (age 59) and Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Countess Jersey (age 54).
On 15 Sep 1909 Edward Marjoribanks 2nd Baron Tweedmouth (age 60) died. His son Dudley Marjoribanks 3rd Baron Tweedmouth (age 35) succeeded 2nd Baron Tweedmouth of Edington in Berwickshire.
On 15 Sep 1913 Thomas Percy Tuchet-Jesson was born to Thomas Touchet-Jesson (age 34).
On 15 Sep 1916 Charles William Reginald Duncombe 2nd Earl Feversham (age 37) was killed in action at Flers-Courcelette, Somme during the Battle of Flers-Courcelette. His son Charles Duncombe 3rd Earl Feversham (age 9) succeeded 3rd Earl Feversham 3C 1868, 5th Baron Feversham Duncombe Park in Yorkshire.
On 15 Sep 1917 George Bridges Rodney 8th Baron Rodney (age 25) and Marjorie Lowther Baroness Rodney (age 22) were married. Marjorie Lowther Baroness Rodney by marriage Baroness Rodney of Rodney Stoke in Somerset. She the daughter of Lancelot Edward Lowther 6th Earl Lonsdale (age 50) and Gwendoline Sheffield Countess Londsale (age 48).
On 15 Sep 1929 John Julius Cooper 2nd Viscount Norwich was born to Alfred Duff Cooper 1st Viscount Norwich (age 39) and Diana Olivia Winifred Maud Manners Viscountess Norwich (age 37).
15 Sep 1938. A Page from the Visitors Book, Commemorating the Royal Visit of King George VI (age 42) to St Michael's Church, Coxwold [Map] with signatures of the King, top, and Captain Victor Malcolm Wombwell (age 45), bottom.
Captain Victor Malcolm Wombwell: On 28 Apr 1893 he was born to William Dudgeon Graham Menzies and Cecilia Clementia Wombwell (age 28). On 17 Feb 1920 Captain Victor Malcolm Wombwell (age 26) and Sybil Rose Neumann Baroness Grimston were married. This marriage was annulled in 1921. In Oct 1942 Captain Victor Malcolm Wombwell (age 49) and Eileen Beryl Tilley (age 34) were married. On 08 Jun 1986 Captain Victor Malcolm Wombwell (age 93) died.
On 15 Sep 1943 Norton Knatchbull 6th Baron Brabourne (age 21)was executed by the SS in Bronzolo after having attempted to escape whilst on his way to captivity. He was buried in Padua War Cemetery. His brother John Knatchbull 7th Baron Brabourne (age 18) succeeded 7th Baron Bradbourne, 16th Baronet Knatchbull of Mersham Hatch in Kent.
Very Reverend Frederic Athelwold Iremonger: On 08 Jul 1878 he was born to William Henry Iremonger (age 33) and Mary Sophia Iremonger.
On 15 Sep 1954 Frederick William John Augustus Hervey 7th Marquess Bristol was born to Victor Hervey 6th Marquess Bristol (age 38) and Pauline Mary Bolton.
On 15 Sep 1972 Archbishop Geoffrey Fisher (age 85) died.
On 15 Sep 1982 Charles Henry Robert Dillon 21st Viscount Dillon (age 37) died. His son Henry Benedict Charles Dillon 22nd Viscount Dillon (age 9) succeeded 22nd Viscount Dillon of Costello Gallen in Mayo.