16 Jun is in June.
On 16 Jun 956 Hugh "Great" Capet Count Paris (age 58) died.
John of Worcester. 16 Jun 1056. Athelstan, bishop of Hereford, a man of great sanctity, died on the fourth of the ides [the 10th] of February, at the episcopal vill called Bosanbyrig [Bosbury]; his body was carried to Hereford, and buried in the church [Map] which he himself had built from the foundations. He was succeeded by Leovegar, earl Harold's chaplain, who, on the sixteenth of the calends [the 16th] of June in the same year, together with his clerks and Ethelnoth the vice-reeve and many others, was massacred by Griffyth, king of Wales, at a place called Claftbyrig [Map]. He held the see only eleven weeks and four days. On his being thus cut off, the bishopric of Hereford was administered by Aldred, bishop of Worcester, until a successor could be appointed. This same bishop Aldred and the earls Leofric and Harold (age 34) afterwards reconciled Griffyth, king of Wales, with king Edward.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 16 Jun 1056. This year Bishop Egelric resigned his bishopric at Durham, and retired to Peterborough minster [Map]; and his brother Egelwine succeeded him. The worthy Bishop Athelstan died on the fourth before the ides of February; and his body lies at Hereford [Map]. To him succeeded Leofgar, who was Earl Harold's mass-priest. He wore his knapsack in his priesthood, until he was a bishop. He abandoned his chrism and his rood-his ghostly weapons-and took to his spear and to his sword, after his bishophood; and so marched to the field against Griffin the Welsh king.79 But he was there slain, and his priests with him, and Elnoth the sheriff, and many other good men with them; and the rest fled. This was eight nights before midsummer. Difficult is it to relate all the vexation and the journeying, the marching and the fatigue, the fall of men, and of horses also, which the whole army of the English suffered, until Earl Leofric, and Earl Harold (age 34), and Bishop Eldred, came together and made peace between them; so that Griffin swore oaths, that he would be a firm and faithful viceroy to King Edward. Then Bishop Eldred took to the bishopric which Leofgar had before eleven weeks and four days.
Note 79. This was no uncommon thing among the Saxon clergy, bishops and all. The tone of elevated diction in which the writer describes the military enterprise of Leofgar and his companions, testifies his admiration.
On 16 Jun 1202 Aymer Angoulême I Count Angoulême (age 42) died.
On 16 Jun 1272 King Edward "Longshanks" I of England (age 32) was attacked by an assasin who stabbed him with a poisoned dagger. He survived but was in a weakened state for some time.
On 16 Jun 1397 Philip Artois Count Eu (age 40) died at Turkey.
On 16 Jun 1407 John IV Count Armagnac (age 10) and Blanche Montfort Countess Armagnac (age 10) were married. She the daughter of John Montfort V Duke Brittany and Joanna of Navarre Queen Consort England (age 37). He the son of Bernard VII Count Armagnac (age 44) and Bonne Valois Countess Armagnac and Savoy (age 42). They were second cousins. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Henry III of England.
On 16 Jun 1467 a great banquet was hosted by the King's older sister Anne York Duchess Exeter (age 27) and, in the absence of her husband Henry Holland 3rd Duke Exeter (age 36) who remained, her future husband Thomas St Leger (age 27). King Edward IV of England (age 25) and Elizabeth Woodville Queen Consort England (age 30) attended as did Antoine "Bastard of Burgundy" (age 46).
On 16 Jun 1483 Cardinal Thomas Bourchier (age 65) removed Edward IV's youngest son Richard of Shrewsbury 1st Duke York (age 9) from Sanctuary in Westminster Abbey [Map] to the Tower of London [Map] so that he could join his brother in preparation for his Coronation. Henry Stafford 2nd Duke of Buckingham (age 28) was present.
On 16 Jun 1487 a Lancastrian army defeated a Yorkist army at the Battle of Stoke Field; considered by many to be the last battle of the Wars of the Roses.
The Lancastrian army of Henry Tudor comprised:
John de Vere 13th Earl of Oxford (age 44).
Jasper Tudor 1st Duke Bedford (age 55).
George Talbot 4th Earl of Shrewsbury (age 19).
Henry Willoughby (age 36).
John Cheney 1st Baron Cheyne (age 45).
John Mordaunt (age 31).
William Norreys (age 46).
Edward Norreys (age 23) wounded.
John Paston (age 43).
Edward Woodville Lord Scales (age 31).
Thomas Lovell, knighted.
Henry Marney 1st Baron Marney (age 40).
Edward Belknapp of Blackfriars in London
William Lyttelton (age 37) who was knighted after the battle.
Thomas Fitzgerald (age 29) and Martin Schwartz were killed.
Lambert Simnel (age 10) fought and was captured. He was pardoned by King Henry VII and put to work in the in the royal kitchen as a spit-turner. When he grew older, he became a falconer. Almost no information about his later life is known.
On 16 Jun 1497 the rebel army reached Blackheath [Map] where they expected to be met by an army of Kent rebels. No uprising had taken place in Kent in their support. Contrarily, Kent forces had mobilised for the King under George Grey 2nd Earl Kent (age 43). In view of this thousands deserted overnight.
There came to me in the night the most afflicting news possible. I have to grieve for three causes: first, to hear of my mistress's (age 27) sickness, whose health I desire as my own, and would willingly bear the half of yours to cure you; secondly, because I fear to suffer yet longer that absence which has already given me so much pain, God deliver me from such an importunate rebel!; thirdly, because the physician I trust most is at present absent when he could do me the greatest pleasure. However, in his absence, I send you the second, praying God he may soon make you well, and I shall love him the better. I beseech you to be governed by his advice, and then I hope to see you soon again!
Letters and Papers 1535. 16 Jun 1535. Vienna Archives. 876. Chapuys to Charles V.
This morning I received your letters of the 29th ult. concerning your embarkation. At the same time the ambassador of France here resident has heard from the sieur de Vely that your Majesty intended to go straight to Constantinople, without stopping at Tunis, against Barbarossa, not to lose the season and opportunity so convenient for reconquering Constantinople and the rest of Greece; that to this you were induced by the persuading of the Venetian ambassador, who undertook that the said Barbarossa should do no injury to Christendom. These news the said Ambassador has communicated to several persons, and, among others, to the Venetian secretary, who is ViceAmbassador here, whom, as he himself reported to me, the said Ambassador sent for this morning to inform him. It is probable these news have not been invented or published without some hidden purpose (mistére).
As soon as this King heard that the Bishop of Rochester (age 65) had been created a cardinal he declared in anger several times that he would give him another hat, and send the head afterwards to Rome for the Cardinal's hat. He sent immediately afterwards to the Tower those of his Council to summon again the said Bishop and Master Mur (age 57) to swear to the King as Head of the Church, otherwise, before St. John's Day they would be executed as traitors. But it has been impossible to gain them, either by promises or threats, and it is believed they will soon be executed. But as they are persons of unequalled reputation in this kingdom, the King, to appease the murmurs of the world, has already on Sunday last caused preachers to preach against them in most of the churches here, and this will be continued next Sunday; and although there is no lawful occasion to put them to death, the King is seeking if anything can be found against them,—especially if the said Bishop has made suit for the hat; to find out which several persons have been taken prisoners, both of his kinsmen and of those who kept him in prison. It is impossible to describe the distress of the Queen and Princess on account of these two persons, and they are not without fear that after them matters may be carried further than I have hitherto written (que apres iceulx le sort pourroil passer plus avant que jay cydevant escript). Since the said news of the Bishop's creation as cardinal, the King, in hatred of the Holy See, has despatched mandates and letters patents to the bishops, curates, and others commissioned to preach, that they continually preach certain articles against the Church, and to schoolmasters to instruct their scholars to revile apostolic authority, and this under pain of rebellion; also that the Pope's name should be rased out of all mass books, breviaries, and hours, either in the calendar or elsewhere. It was also commanded that in all churches the Gospels should be read in French (qu. English?) to infect all the people with Lutheranism, and make them more obstinate in repelling any foreign invasion. The King, so far as I see, is not only provoked at the said Bishop being made cardinal, but also at the bishop of Paris, in whom he had always had great confidence, because previous to this creation he was considered a bad Papist. He has also no great pleasure in the Auditor of the Chamber, and to soothe him the Lady lately made him a feast in a house of hers, where she got up several fine mummeries. She invited many, and the French ambassador was not pleased at being forgotten. The said Lady had so well banquetted and mummed, that, as the Princess has sent this day to inform me, the King dotes upon her more than ever; which increases greatly the fear of the said Princess, owing to the long delay of the remedy, which, it is the universal opinion, would be sure and easy if your Majesty prohibited intercourse with your countries, provided affairs would admit of it. This a number of good and notable persons have compelled me to repeat.
On 16 Jun 1600 Henry Somerset 1st Marquess Worcester (age 23) and Anne Russell 2nd Marchioness Worcester (age 22) were married. He the son of Edward Somerset 4th Earl of Worcester (age 50) and Elizabeth Hastings Countess of Worcester (age 54).
Mary Fitton (age 21) led a Masque in celebration at the Blackfriars residence of Henry Brooke 11th Baron Cobham (age 35) with Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland (age 66) and William Herbert 3rd Earl Pembroke (age 20) attending. She, Mary soon afterwards became the mistress of William Herbert 3rd Earl Pembroke (age 20) and soon became pregnant.
Lewis Mordaunt 3rd Baron Mordaunt: On 21 Sep 1538 he was born to John Mordaunt 2nd Baron Mordaunt (age 30) and Ellen Fitzlewis (age 16). In 1563 Lewis Mordaunt 3rd Baron Mordaunt (age 24) was elected MP Bedfordshire. In 1570 Lewis Mordaunt 3rd Baron Mordaunt (age 31) was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire and High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire.
Henry Mordaunt 4th Baron Mordaunt: In 1567 he was born to Lewis Mordaunt 3rd Baron Mordaunt (age 28). Before 1608 Henry Mordaunt 4th Baron Mordaunt (age 41) and Margaret Compton Baroness Mordaunt were married. She by marriage Baroness Mordaunt. In 1608 Henry Mordaunt 4th Baron Mordaunt (age 41) died. His son John Mordaunt 1st Earl Peterborough succeeded 5th Baron Mordaunt 1C 1529.
On 16 Jun 1621 Ludovic Stewart 2nd Duke Lennox 1st Duke Richmond (age 46) and Frances Howard Duchess Lennox and Richmond (age 42) were married. She by marriage Duchess Lennox. He the son of Esme Stewart 1st Duke Lennox and Catherine Balsac Duchess Lennox.NOTEXT
On 16 Jun 1622 James Hamilton 1st Duke Hamilton (age 15) and Mary Feilding Duchess Hamilton (age 9) were married. She the daughter of William Feilding 1st Earl Denbigh (age 35) and Susan Villiers Countess Denbigh (age 39). He the son of James Hamilton 2nd Marquess Hamilton (age 33) and Ann Cunningham Marchioness Hamilton (age 37).
Inscriptions on the monument "Here lieth the body of William Smethwicke of Smethwicke esq. who, mindful of his death, erected this monument for himself and, his wife, pious to God, pious in good workes which William was born Oct. 1, Anno D'ni 1551 and died June 16 Anno Dni' 1643." and
"Here alsoe lieth the body of Frances Smethwicke, daughter of Sir Anthony Coleclough, Knight, married to William Smethwicke aforesaid and lived in wedlocke with him 48 years a devout and hospitall matron, born Anno Dom: 1557, in the Castle of Kildare, in Ireland, Novemb. 6, and died 1st of May, 1632."
Frances Coleclough: On 06 Nov 1557 she was born to Anthony Coleclough at Kildare Castle. In 1585 William Smethwich (age 33) and Frances Coleclough (age 27) were married.
William Smethwich: On 01 Oct 1551 he was born to Thomas Smethwick (age 26) and Ann Vernon (age 25).
Around 16 Jun 1662 Mary Witham Baronetess Bolles (deceased) was buried at All Saints Church, Ledsham [Map] some six weeks after her death as stipulated by her will by which she provided £120 to "retain her kindred, friends and servants together, and to entertain other persons ordinary and extraordinary". Shroud Monument.
Her tomb consists of a large block of white marble on a black slab on which her finely carved effigy rests showing her in a winding sheet. The black slab is supported by black pillars with white capitals and base.
At the head of the tomb are the arms Witham as a widow: Or three eaglets overall a bend gules. The Witham crest: Out of a ducal coronet or a demi-woman hair dishevelled holding in dester hand a gem ring.
At the sides Jobson (impaling Witham and Bolles implaing Witham.
The inscription ...
Here under, lyeth interred the Body of the Right Worshipful Dame Mary Bolles of Heath Hall, in the County of York, Baronetess, on of the daughters of William Witham, of the worshipful and ancient Family of Witham of Leadstone Hall, in the County aforesaid, Esquire; who married to her first husband Thomas Jobson of Cudworth, in the said County, Esquire, by whom she had issue Thomas Jobson, Esquire, and Elizabeth, who married Thomas Sheerebrooke of Oxon, in the Country of Nottingham, Esquire. The said Dame Mary Bolles had to her second husband Thomas Bolles of Asbarstone, in the Country of Nottingham, Esquire; by who she had issue Ann, married the Right Worshipful Sir William Dalston of Dalston, in the County of Cumberland, King and Baronet; and Mary, who married Thomas Legh of Alington, in the County of Cheshire, Esquire. The said Dame Mary Bolles, being 83 years of age, departed this mortal life at Heath Hall, aforesaid, the 5 day of May, in the year of our Lord 1662.
Thomas Jobson of Cudworth: In or before 1600 he and Mary Witham Baronetess Bolles (age 20) were married. On 21 Nov 1606 he died.
Pepy's Diary. 16 Jun 1664. He being gone I to the 'Change [Map], Mr. Creed with me, after we had been by water to see a vessell we have hired to carry more soldiers to Tangier, and also visited a rope ground, wherein I learnt several useful things. The talk upon the 'Change [Map] is, that De Ruyter (age 57) is dead, with fifty men of his own ship, of the plague, at Cales: that the Holland Embassador here do endeavour to sweeten us with fair words; and things likely to be peaceable.
Pepy's Diary. 16 Jun 1665. Strange to hear how the Dutch do relate, as the Duke says, that they are the conquerors; and bonefires are made in Dunkirke in their behalf; though a clearer victory can never be expected. Mr. Coventry (age 37) thinks they cannot have lost less than 6000 men, and we not dead above 200, and wounded about 400; in all about 600.
Pepy's Diary. 16 Jun 1666. At noon home to dinner and then down to Woolwich [Map] and Deptford [Map] to look after things, my head akeing from the multitude of businesses I had in my head yesterday in settling my accounts. All the way down and up, reading of "The Mayor of Quinborough", a simple play. At Deptford [Map], while I am there, comes Mr. Williamson (age 32), Sir Arthur Ingram (age 49) and Jacke Fen, to see the new ships, which they had done, and then I with them home in their boat, and a very fine gentleman Mr. Williamson (age 32) is. It seems the Dutch do mightily insult of their victory, and they have great reason1. Sir William Barkeley (deceased) was killed before his ship taken; and there he lies dead in a sugar-chest, for every body to see, with his flag standing up by him. And Sir George Ascue (age 50) is carried up and down the Hague for people to see. Home to my office, where late, and then to bed.
Note 1. This treatment seems to have been that of the Dutch populace alone, and there does not appear to have been cause of complaint against the government. Respecting Sir W. Berkeley's (deceased) body the following notice was published in the "London Gazette" of July 15th, 1666 (No. 69 [Note. actually issue 70]) "Whitehall, July 15. This day arrived a Trumpet from the States of Holland, who came over from Calais in the Dover packet-boat, with a letter to his Majesty, that the States have taken order for the embalming the body of Sir William Berkeley, which they have placed in the chapel of the great church at the Hague, a civility they profess to owe to his corpse, in respect to the quality of his person, the greatness of his command, and of the high courage and valour he showed in the late engagement; desiring his Majesty to signify his pleasure about the further disposal of it". "Frederick Ruysch, the celebrated Dutch anatomist, undertook, by order of the States-General, to inject the body of the English Admiral Berkeley, killed in the sea-fight of 1666; and the body, already somewhat decomposed, was sent over to England as well prepared as if it had been the fresh corpse of a child. This produced to Ruysch, on the part of the States-General, a recompense worthy of their liberality, and the merit of the anatomist", "James's Medical Dictionary"..
On 16 Jun 1674 Daniel Finch 2nd Earl Nottingham 7th Earl Winchilsea (age 26) and Essex Rich 2nd Countess Nottingham (age 22) were married. She the daughter of Robert Rich 3rd Earl Warwick and Anne Cheeke Countess Warwick. He the son of Heneage Finch 1st Earl Nottingham (age 52) and Elizabeth Harvey Baroness Finch (age 47).
Evelyn's Diary. 16 Jun 1689. Our fleet not yet at sea, through some prodigious sloth, and men minding only their present interest; the French riding masters at sea, taking many great prizes to our wonderful reproach. No certain news from Ireland; various reports of Scotland; discontents at home. The King of Denmark (age 43) at last joins with the Confederates, and the two Northern Powers are reconciled. The East India Company likely to be dissolved by Parliament for many arbitrary actions. Oates acquitted of perjury, to all honest men's admiration.
On 16 Jun 1704 Edward Ward 9th Baron Dudley 4th Baron Ward was born to Edward Ward 8th Baron Dudley 3rd Baron Ward and Diana Howard. His father had died three months before. On 06 Sep 1731 Edward Ward 9th Baron Dudley 4th Baron Ward (age 27) died unmarried. His uncle William Ward 10th Baron Dudley 5th Baron Ward (age 18) succeeded 10th Baron Sutton of Dudley 1C 1440, 5th Baron Ward of Birmingham.NOTEXT
On 16 Jun 1722 John Churchill 1st Duke Marlborough (age 72) died at Cranbourne Lodge, Windsor. His daughter Henrietta Churchill 2nd Duchess Marlborough (age 40) succeeded 2nd Duchess Marlborough, 2nd Marchioness of Blandford, 2nd Countess of Marlborough, 2nd Baroness Churchill of Sandridge in Hertfordshire. Francis Godolphin 2nd Earl Godolphin (age 43) by marriage Duke Marlborough.
Mary Lister Countess of Deloraine: On 04 Nov 1704 she was born to Matthew Lister. Before 1732 Thomas Heardson and Mary Lister Countess of Deloraine (age 27) were married. On 29 Oct 1732 Francis Scott 2nd Earl Deloraine (age 22) and Mary Lister Countess of Deloraine (age 27) were married. She by marriage Countess Deloraine. He the son of Henry Scott 1st Earl Deloraine and Anne Duncombe Countess Deloraine. He a great grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 16 Jun 1741 Edward Harley 2nd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer (age 52) died. His half first cousin Edward Harley 3rd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer (age 42) succeeded 3rd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer. Martha Morgan Countess of Oxford and Mortimer (age 42) by marriage Countess of Oxford and Countess Mortimer.
On 16 Jun 1763 Archbishop William Beresford 1st Baron Decies (age 20) and Elizabeth Fitzgibbon (age 27) were married. He the son of Marcus Beresford 1st Earl Tyrone and Catherine Power Countess Tyrone (age 61).
On 16 Jun 1771 Louis Bourbon Condé Count Clermont (age 62) died unmarried.
On 16 Jun 1816 Augustus Fitzgerald 3rd Duke Leinster (age 24) and Charlotte Augusta Stanhope Duchess Leinster (age 23) were married. She by marriage Duchess Leinster. She the daughter of Charles Stanhope 3rd Earl of Harrington (age 63) and Jane Fleming Countess Harrington (age 61). He the son of William Robert Fitzgerald 2nd Duke Leinster and Emilia St George Duchess Leinster. They were half fourth cousins. He a great x 3 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 16 Jun 1827 William Beauclerk 9th Duke St Albans (age 26) and Harriet Mellon Duchess St Albans (age 49) were married. She by marriage Duchess St Albans. The difference in their ages was 23 years. He the son of William Beauclerk 8th Duke St Albans and Maria Janetta Nelthorpe Duchess St Albans. He a great x 3 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 16 Jun 1841 Hugh Fortescue 1st Earl Fortescue (age 88) died. His son Hugh Fortescue 2nd Earl Fortescue (age 58) succeeded 2nd Earl Fortescue, 2nd Viscount Ebrington of Ebrington in Gloucestershire. Elizabeth Geale Countess Fortescue by marriage Countess Fortescue.
On 16 Jun 1869 Edward John Stanley 2nd Baron Stanley and 1st Baron Eddisbury (age 66) died. His son Henry Edward Stanley 3rd Baron Stanley 2nd Baron Eddisbury (age 41) succeeded 3rd Baron Stanley Alderley, 2nd Baron Eddisbury of Winnington in Cheshire, 9th Baronet Stanley of Alderley in Cheshire.
On 03 Mar 1884 John William Montagu 7th Earl Sandwich (age 72) died. He was buried at All Saints Church, Barnwell [Map] on 16 Jun 1884 at which time the Montagu vault was closed. His son Edward Montagu 8th Earl Sandwich (age 44) succeeded 8th Earl Sandwich.
Henry Montagu. Note. Mistake. Died 1625.
Unknown Sarah Montagu died 1739, widow of Edward Montagu
On 16 Jun 1906 Charles Robert Grey 5th Earl Grey (age 26) and Mabel Laura Georgiana Palmer Countess Grey (age 21) were married. She the daughter of William Palmer 2nd Earl Selborne (age 46) and Beatrix Maud Gascoyne-Cecil Countess Selborne (age 48). He the son of Albert Henry George Grey 4th Earl Grey (age 54) and Alice Holford Countess Grey.
Hemming Robeson: In 1892 he was appointed Archdeacon Bristol which post he held until 1904.
Before 16 Jun 1919 Clarence Bruce 3rd Baron Aberdare (age 33) and Margaret Bethune Black Baroness Aberdare were married. She by marriage Baroness Aberdare of Duffryn in Glamorganshire.
On 16 Jun 1919 Morys George Lyndhurst Bruce 4th Baron Aberdare was born to Clarence Bruce 3rd Baron Aberdare (age 33) and Margaret Bethune Black Baroness Aberdare.
On 16 Jun 1924 Richard Maximilian Lyon-Dalberg-Acton 2nd Baron Acton (age 53) died. His son John Lyon-Dalberg-Acton 3rd Baron Acton (age 16) succeeded 3rd Baron Acton of Aldenham in Shropshire, 10th Baronet Acton of Aldenham Hall.
On 16 Jun 1928 Frederick Smith 2nd Viscount Hambleden (age 59) died.
On 16 Jun 2003 Robert Walter Sigismund Grimston 2nd Baron Grimston (age 78) died.