On this Day in History ... 19th February

19 Feb is in February.

1388 Merciless Parliament

1408 Battle of Bramham Moor

1554 Execution of Lady Jane Grey and her Faction

1554 Wyatt's Rebellion Executions

1623 Happy Parliament

1915 Gallipoli Campaign

Events on the 19th February

On 19 Feb 1350 King John "The Good" II of France (age 30) and Joan Auvergne Queen Consort France (age 23) were married. She by marriage Queen Consort of France. She the daughter of William Auvergne XII Count Auvergne II Count Boulogne and Margaret Évreux Countess Auvergne and Boulogne. He the son of King Philip "Fortunate" VI of France (age 56) and Joan "Lame" Burgundy Queen Consort France. They were half second cousins. He a great x 4 grandson of King Henry "Curtmantle" II of England. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Henry III of England.

On 03 Feb 1388 the Merciless Parliament commenced. It ended on 04 Jun 1388. Its primary function was to prosecute members of the Court of King Richard II of England (age 21). The term "Merciless" is contemporary having been coined by the chronicler Henry Knighton.

Michael de la Pole 1st Earl Suffolk (age 58) was sentenced to be hanged, drawn and quartered in his absence. He had escaped to France.

Archbishop Alexander Neville (age 47) was found guilty of treason and it was determined to imprison him for life in Rochester Castle, Kent [Map]. He fled to Louvain [Map] where he became a parish priest for the remainder of his life.

On 19 Feb 1388 Robert Tresilian was hanged naked and his throat cut. See Chronicle of Adam of Usk.

On 25 Mar 1388 Nicholas Brembre was hanged. He was buried at Christ Church Greyfriars [Map].

On 05 May 1388 Simon Burley (age 48) was executed despite the protestations of his friend Edmund of Langley 1st Duke York (age 46). See Chronicle of Adam of Usk.

On 12 May 1388 John Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp (age 69) was beheaded at Tower Hill [Map]. He was buried at Worcester Cathedral [Map]. Baron Beauchamp of Kidderminster forfeit.

Robert de Vere 1st Duke Ireland (age 26) was attainted.

On 19 Feb 1408 Thomas Rokeby's force of Yorkshire levies defeated the Percy army during the Battle of Bramham Moor bringing to an end the Percy rebellion.

Henry Percy 1st Earl of Northumberland (age 66) was killed. His body was afterwards hanged, drawn and quartered, his head being sent to London bridge and his quarters to diverse places. His grandson Henry Percy 2nd Earl of Northumberland (age 15) succeeded 5th Baron Percy of Alnwick, 13th Baron Percy of Topcliffe.

Thomas Bardolf 5th Baron Bardolf (age 38) was killed. Baron Bardolf of Wormegay in Norfolk had been forfeited in 1406 when Thomas Bardolf 5th Baron Bardolf (age 38) was declared a traitor. It was restored on 19 Jul 1408 to his two daughters Anne Bardolf Baroness Cobham Sternborough (age 18) and Joan Bardolf (age 17) and their husbands William Clifford (age 33) and William Phelip (age 25).

Calendars. 19 Feb 1554. Gaspard Schetz to the Queen Dowager.

Madam: Although I believe your Majesty to be informed of occurrences in England, I am unwilling not to send you the news that have reached us this morning in a letter of the 15th instant. It relates that the Queen has caused the rebels to be punished: the Lady Jane (deceased) and her husband (deceased), the Duke of Suffolk's (age 37) son, have been decapitated; the White Rose (age 27) has been sent back to the Tower [Map], where are also the Duke of Suffolk (age 37) with two of his brothers [Note. Thomas Grey and John Grey (age 30)] and guilty lords to the number of 27. They write that, of the soldiers who abandoned the Duke of Norfolk (age 81) on the field and joined the rebels, 40 have been hanged and 200 more condemned to the same penalty. They say that the said Duke has died in his own country. The Earl of Pembroke (age 53) has been sent down to Kent with 300 light horse to discover who took part in the rebellion and execute justice. This, Madam, is the substance of what I have heard, together with a report that it is being said in England that my Lord our Prince is to come with 8,000 Spanish soldiers, about which the English are not best pleased.

They say the Queen is sending hither an ambassador, the Viscount Fitzwalter (age 47) (Fewaters), who will be able to give your Majesty more trustworthy information.

Antwerp, 19 February, 1554.

Copy. French. Printed by Gachard, Voyages des Souverains des Pays-Bas, Appendix to Vol. IV.

Calendars. 19 Feb 1554. Simon Renard to Prince Philip.

My Lord: Since I last wrote to your Highness French plots have been discovered to show that Courtenay and the Lady Elizabeth, by means of intermediaries called Peter Carew, Wyatt (age 33), Crofts (age 36) and my Lord Thomas (Grey), conspired to throw the Queen of England into the Tower and put her to death, in order to seize the crown for themselves. The King of France had promised help in troops and money, and had already distributed some 10,000 to 12,000 crowns to private individuals. In the meantime 200 or 300 gentlemen, all of them heretics, were meeting together: the Duke of Suffolk (age 37) and his two brothers [Note. Thomas Grey and John Grey (age 30)], Cobham (age 57) and his three sons [Note. William Brooke 10th Baron Cobham (age 26), George Brooke (age 21), Thomas Brooke (age 21)], Pelham, Pickering, Carew and many more, and agreed to put their plans into execution in the spring. However, as God means to protect this good lady, the conspirators were forced to take up arms sooner than they had intended because Courtenay did not keep the secret and letters from the French ambassador, seized and enclosed herewith, were deciphered and revealed part of the plot. Moreover, Courtenay had a servant of his in France, and six weeks ago he and one Valbic (Welby?) were intriguing for the conspirators. To start with, Peter Carew made a violent effort to rouse the people on account of your Highness's marriage with the Queen, but as the people refused to rise, he had to fly to France, where trustworthy accounts tell he had a nocturnal conversation with the King-a sign of their malignity. His adherents were taken prisoners at Coventry (Compierre) where a similar attempt was made; and on the first day of Lent the rebels were defeated as your Highness will see by the copies of letters I wrote from time to time to the Emperor.

Calendars. 19 Feb 1554. Simon Renard to Prince Philip. Thus God performed a miracle. At present there is no other occupation than the cutting off of heads and inflicting exemplary punishments Jane of Suffolk (deceased), who made herself Queen, and her husband (deceased), have been executed; Courtenay (age 27) is in the Tower; and this very day we expect the Lady Elizabeth (age 20) to arrive here, who they say has lived loosely like her mother and is now with child.

Henry Machyn's Diary. 19 Feb 1561. The xix day of Feybruary dyd pryche a-for the quen (age 27) master Nevell (age 44), the [dean of Saint Paul's,] and he mad a godly sermon, and gret [audience].

On 30 Dec 1623 the fourth Parliament of James I (age 57) known as the Happy Parliament was summoned.

On 19 Feb 1624 the Happy Parliament held its first session.

Roland Egerton 1st Baronet (age 29) was elected MP Wootton Bassett.

Arthur Lake (age 25) was elected MP Minehead.

James Wriothesley (age 18) was elected MP Winchester.

Richard Edgecumbe (age 53) was elected MP Grampound.

Pepy's Diary. 19 Feb 1666. Thence walked with Fenn down to White Hall, and there saw the Queene (age 56) at cards with many ladies, but none of our beauties were there. But glad I was to see the Queene (age 56) so well, who looks prettily; and methinks hath more life than before, since it is confessed of all that she miscarryed lately; Dr. Clerke telling me yesterday at White Hall that he had the membranes and other vessels in his hands which she voided, and were perfect as ever woman's was that bore a child.

Evelyn's Diary. 19 Feb 1671. This day dined with me Mr. Surveyor, Dr. Christopher Wren (age 47), and Mr. Pepys (age 37), Clerk of the Acts, two extraordinary, ingenious, and knowing persons, and other friends. I carried them to see the piece of carving which I had recommended to the King (age 40). Note. Those of Grinling Gibbons (age 22) - see John Evelyn's Diary 1671 January 18.

On 19 Feb 1674 Thomas Coke was born to John Coke (age 21) in Melbourne [Map]. He was baptised on the same day.

Evelyn's Diary. 19 Feb 1686. Many bloody and notorious duels were fought about this time. The Duke of Grafton (age 22) kill'd Mr. Stanley, brother to the Earle of Shrewsbury (age 25), indeede upon an almost insufferable provocation. It is to be hop'd his Ma* (age 52) will at last severely remedy this unchristian custome. Lord Sunderland (age 44) was now Secretary of State, President of the Council, and Premier Minister.

On 19 Feb 1712 Arthur Devis was born to Anthony Devis at Preston [Map].

Minutes of the Society of Antiquaries. 19 Feb 1718. It is proposed and agreed the 3rd time to engrave RII picture in Westminster Abbey and Mr Director Talman (age 40) is desired and authorised to have a drawing tken of it with all convenient speed, in order thereto.

On 19 Feb 1764 Mary Sandys Marchioness Downshire was born to Martin Sandys (age 34) and Mary Trumbull.

On 19 Feb 1780 Samuel Egerton (deceased) was buried at St Mary's Church, Rostherne [Map]. Sculpted by John "The Elder" Bacon (age 39). Figures representing Hope and Patience

The monument inscription describes those also buried in the vault: John Egerton, his wife Elizabeth Barbour buried 10 Feb 1743, her mother Elizabeth Hill (age 55) buried 17 Apr 1713 and John and Elizabeth's daughter-in-law Beatrix Copley (age 34) buried 01 May 1755.

On 19 Feb 1804 Philip Yorke (age 60) died. Monument in St Deiniol & St Marcella Church, Marchwiel [Map] sculpted by Richard "The Younger" Westmacott (age 5).

Philip Yorke: On 30 Jul 1743 Philip Yorke and Elizabeth Cust were married. On 30 Jul 1743 he was born to Simon Yorke at Erddig Wrexham.

On 19 Feb 1844 Bishop Edward Stuart Talbot was born to John Chetwynd-Talbot (age 37) and Caroline Jane Stuart-Wortley (age 34).

On 19 Feb 1911 Merle Oberon was born.

The Gallipoli Campaign was a military campaign in the First World War on the Gallipoli peninsula (now Gelibolu) from 19 Feb 1915 to 9 January 1916.

On 19 Feb 1926 Francis Derwent Wood (age 54) died.

On 19 Feb 1966 Winifred Agnes Lloyd Viscountess Leverhulme (age 66) died. She was buried at Christ Church, Port Sunlight [Map].

Winifred Agnes Lloyd Viscountess Leverhulme: On 14 Jul 1899 she was born. On 20 Jan 1937 William Lever 2nd Viscount Leverhulme and she were married. She by marriage Viscountess Leverhulme of the Western Isles.

Births on the 19th February

On 19 Feb 1215 Henry Lovel was born at Castle Cary, Somerset.

On 19 Feb 1564 Marie Habsburg Spain was born to Maximilian Habsburg Spain II Holy Roman Emperor (age 36) and Maria of Spain Holy Roman Empress (age 35). Coefficient of inbreeding 10.03%.

On 19 Feb 1674 Fortescue Tynte was born to Halswell Tynte 1st Baronet (age 25) and Grace Fortescue Lady Tynte. He was baptised on 19 Feb 1674 at the

On 19 Feb 1674 James Butler was born to Richard Butler 1st Earl Arran (age 34) and Dorothy Ferrers Countess Arran (age 19).

On 19 Feb 1674 Thomas Coke was born to John Coke (age 21) in Melbourne [Map]. He was baptised on the same day.

On 19 Feb 1681 Richard Foley was born to Thomas Foley (age 40).

After 19 Feb 1681 John Foley was born to Thomas Foley (age 40).

On 19 Feb 1684 George Duckett was born to Lionel Duckett and Martha Ashe.

On 19 Feb 1698 William Fitzroy 3rd Duke Cleveland 2nd Duke Southampton was born to Charles Fitzroy 1st Duke Southampton 2nd Duke Cleveland (age 35) and Anne Pulteney Duchess Southampton Duchess of Cleveland (age 34). He a grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.

On 19 Feb 1712 Arthur Devis was born to Anthony Devis at Preston [Map].

On 19 Feb 1721 Francis Scott was born to Francis Scott 2nd Duke Buccleuch (age 26) and Jane Douglas. He a great x 2 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland. Coefficient of inbreeding 1.65%.

On 19 Feb 1740 Edward Devereux 12th Viscount Hereford was born to Edward Devereux 11th Viscount Hereford (age 30) and Catherine Mytton.

On 19 Feb 1742 William Norton 2nd Baron Grantley was born to Fletcher Norton 1st Baron Grantley (age 25) and Grace Chapple Baroness Grantley.

Around 19 Feb 1749 Charles Peter Layard was born.

On 19 Feb 1764 Mary Sandys Marchioness Downshire was born to Martin Sandys (age 34) and Mary Trumbull.

On 19 Feb 1777 Vice-Admiral Henry Hotham was born to Beaumont Hotham 2nd Baron Hotham (age 39).

Before 19 Feb 1779 Elizabeth Ferrers was born to Edward Ferrers of Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire (age 38) and Hester Bird.

On 19 Feb 1798 Colonel Allan Napier MacNab 1st Baronet was born.

On 19 Feb 1816 Reverend Edwin George Jarvis was born.

On 19 Feb 1820 Rowland Winn 1st Baron St Oswald was born to Charles Williamson aka Winn (age 24) and Priscilla Strickland (age 23).

On 19 Feb 1822 Robert Lydston Newman 2nd Baronet was born to Robert Newman 1st Baronet (age 45).

On 19 Feb 1824 Henry Hamilton Honoré was born to Francis Honoré (age 32) and Matilda Lockwood.

On 19 Feb 1828 John Dugdale Astley 3rd Baronet was born to Francis Dugdale Astley 2nd Baronet (age 23) and Emma Dorothea Lethbridge Lady Astley.

On 19 Feb 1844 Bishop Edward Stuart Talbot was born to John Chetwynd-Talbot (age 37) and Caroline Jane Stuart-Wortley (age 34).

On 19 Feb 1849 William Humble Dudley Ward was born to Humble Dudley Ward (age 28).

On 19 Feb 1911 Merle Oberon was born.

On 19 Feb 1960 Prince Andrew Windsor 1st Duke York was born to Philip Mountbatten Duke Edinburgh (age 38) and Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (age 33) at Belgian Suite Buckingham Palace. He was baptised on 08 Apr 1960 by Archbishop Geoffrey Fisher (age 72) at the Music Room, Buckingham Palace.

Marriages on the 19th February

On 19 Feb 1350 King John "The Good" II of France (age 30) and Joan Auvergne Queen Consort France (age 23) were married. She by marriage Queen Consort of France. She the daughter of William Auvergne XII Count Auvergne II Count Boulogne and Margaret Évreux Countess Auvergne and Boulogne. He the son of King Philip "Fortunate" VI of France (age 56) and Joan "Lame" Burgundy Queen Consort France. They were half second cousins. He a great x 4 grandson of King Henry "Curtmantle" II of England. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Henry III of England.

On 19 Feb 1559 Archbishop Edwin Sandys (age 40) and Cecily Wilford were married.

On 19 Feb 1672 Theophilus Hastings 7th Earl Huntingdon (age 21) and Elizabeth Lewis Countess Huntingdon (age 18) were married. She by marriage Countess Huntingdon. He the son of Ferdinando Hastings 6th Earl Huntingdon and Lucy Davies Countess Huntingdon (age 59). He a great x 5 grandson of King Henry VII of England and Ireland.

Before 19 Feb 1681 Sackville Whittle (age 50) and Margaret Fox were married.

Before 19 Feb 1684 Lionel Duckett and Martha Ashe were married.

On 19 Feb 1716 Nathaniel Curzon 4th Baronet (age 40) and Mary Assheton Baroness Curzon (age 22) were married at Middleton.

On 19 Feb 1774 William Henry Lyttelton 1st Baron Lyttelton (age 49) and Caroline Bristow Baroness Lyttelton (age 28) were married. The difference in their ages was 21 years.

On 19 Feb 1777 Louis I Grand Duke of Hesse (age 23) and Princess Louise of Hesse-Darmstadt (age 16) were married. They were half first cousins.

On 19 Feb 1803 William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck (age 28) and Mary Acheson (age 16) were married. She the daughter of Arthur Acheson 1st Earl Gosford (age 58) and Millicent Pole Countess Gosford (age 53). He the son of William Cavendish-Bentinck 3rd Duke Portland (age 64) and Dorothy Cavendish 3rd Duchess Portland.

Before 19 Feb 1820 Charles Williamson aka Winn (age 24) and Priscilla Strickland (age 23) were married.

On 19 Feb 1846 George Barrington 7th Viscount Barrington (age 22) and Isabel Elizabeth Morritt Viscountess Barrington (age 19) were married. He a great x 4 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.

On 19 Feb 1860 Admiral Charles Wake (age 35) and Emma St Aubyn were married.

On 19 Feb 1861 Pascoe Charles Glyn (age 27) and Carolina Henrietta Hale were married.

On 19 Feb 1901 Lieutenant-General Reginald Pole-Carew (age 51) and Beatrice Butler (age 24) were married. The difference in their ages was 27 years. She the daughter of James Butler 3rd Marquess Ormonde (age 56) and Elizabeth Harriet Grosvenor Marchioness Ormonde (age 44).

On 19 Feb 1944 Charles Walter James Dormer 15th Baron Dormer (age 40) and Maureen Therese Josephine Noel Baroness Dormer (age 26) were married. She by marriage Baroness Dormer of Wyng in Buckinghamshire. She the daughter of Arthur Noel 4th Earl of Gainsborough and Alice Mary Eyre Countess Gainsborough. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King William IV of the United Kingdom.

Deaths on the 19th February

On 03 Feb 1388 the Merciless Parliament commenced. It ended on 04 Jun 1388. Its primary function was to prosecute members of the Court of King Richard II of England (age 21). The term "Merciless" is contemporary having been coined by the chronicler Henry Knighton.

Michael de la Pole 1st Earl Suffolk (age 58) was sentenced to be hanged, drawn and quartered in his absence. He had escaped to France.

Archbishop Alexander Neville (age 47) was found guilty of treason and it was determined to imprison him for life in Rochester Castle, Kent [Map]. He fled to Louvain [Map] where he became a parish priest for the remainder of his life.

On 19 Feb 1388 Robert Tresilian was hanged naked and his throat cut. See Chronicle of Adam of Usk.

On 25 Mar 1388 Nicholas Brembre was hanged. He was buried at Christ Church Greyfriars [Map].

On 05 May 1388 Simon Burley (age 48) was executed despite the protestations of his friend Edmund of Langley 1st Duke York (age 46). See Chronicle of Adam of Usk.

On 12 May 1388 John Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp (age 69) was beheaded at Tower Hill [Map]. He was buried at Worcester Cathedral [Map]. Baron Beauchamp of Kidderminster forfeit.

Robert de Vere 1st Duke Ireland (age 26) was attainted.

On 19 Feb 1408 Thomas Rokeby's force of Yorkshire levies defeated the Percy army during the Battle of Bramham Moor bringing to an end the Percy rebellion.

Henry Percy 1st Earl of Northumberland (age 66) was killed. His body was afterwards hanged, drawn and quartered, his head being sent to London bridge and his quarters to diverse places. His grandson Henry Percy 2nd Earl of Northumberland (age 15) succeeded 5th Baron Percy of Alnwick, 13th Baron Percy of Topcliffe.

Thomas Bardolf 5th Baron Bardolf (age 38) was killed. Baron Bardolf of Wormegay in Norfolk had been forfeited in 1406 when Thomas Bardolf 5th Baron Bardolf (age 38) was declared a traitor. It was restored on 19 Jul 1408 to his two daughters Anne Bardolf Baroness Cobham Sternborough (age 18) and Joan Bardolf (age 17) and their husbands William Clifford (age 33) and William Phelip (age 25).

On 19 Feb 1414 Archbishop Thomas Fitzalan aka Arundel (age 61) died.

On 19 Feb 1427 John Bigod (age 51) died.

On 19 Feb 1505 Mathilde Hesse Duchess Cleves (age 31) died.

On 19 Feb 1524 John Fitton (age 53) died.

On 19 Feb 1532 Henry I Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (age 63) died.

Around 19 Feb 1561 Helier Carteret (age 74) died.

On 19 Feb 1561 Thomas Carteret (age 75) died.

On 19 Feb 1566 Simon Harcourt (age 66) died in Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire [Map].

On 19 Feb 1579 Nicholas Strange (age 64) died at Hunstanton, Norfolk.

On 19 Feb 1592 Thomas Moryson died.

On 19 Feb 1596 Elisabeth Hohenzollern (age 44) died.

On 19 Feb 1601 Thomas Fanshawe (age 68) died.

On 19 Feb 1602 Philippe Emmanuel Duke of Mercœur (age 43) died.

On 19 Feb 1619 Anna Elisabeth Oldenburg (age 4) died.

On 19 Feb 1619 Francis Knightley (age 29) died.

On 19 Feb 1620 Frances Gerard Lady Molyneux (age 51) died at Sefton.

Before 19 Feb 1622 Elizabeth Throckmorton Baroness Dacre Gilsland died. On 19 Feb 1622 she was buried at Chevening, Sevenoaks.

On 19 Feb 1622 Henry Savile Translator (age 72) died.

On 19 Feb 1625 Arthur Chichester 1st Baron Chichester (age 61) died of pleurisy. He was buried in St Nicholas' Church, Carrickfergus, County Antrim.

On 19 Feb 1625 Ellis Butler died.

On 19 Feb 1650 Richard Bulkeley was killed in a duel with Thomas Cheadle of Lavan Sands on for which the latter executed at Conwy [Map].

On 19 Feb 1658 Henry Wilmot 1st Earl Rochester (age 45) died at Sluys [Map]. He was buried in Bruges [Map]. After the Restoration his remains were reburied in All Saints Church, Spelsbury [Map]. His son John Wilmot 2nd Earl Rochester (age 10) succeeded 2nd Earl Rochester, 2nd Viscount Wilmot.

On 19 Feb 1660 William Douglas 1st Marquess Douglas (age 71) died at Douglas Castle, Douglas. His grandson James Douglas 2nd Marquess Douglas (age 14) succeeded 2nd Marquess Douglas.

On 19 Feb 1681 Sackville Whittle (age 50) died. He was buried in Westinster Abbey.

On 19 Feb 1691 Thomas Lee 1st Baronet (age 55) died. His son Thomas Lee 2nd Baronet (age 30) succeeded 2nd Baronet Lee of Hartwell in Buckinghamshire.

On 19 Feb 1699 William Eliott 2nd Baronet died. His son Gilbert Eliott 3rd Baronet (age 19) succeeded 4th Baronet Eliott of Stobs.

On 19 Feb 1717 Robert Needham 8th Viscount Kilmorey (age 14) died. His brother Thomas Needham 9th Viscount Kilmorey (age 13) succeeded 9th Viscount Kilmorey.

On 19 Feb 1736 Wadham Wyndham (age 73) died.

On 19 Feb 1761 Charlotte Perceval died.

On 19 Feb 1769 Anne Spencer Viscountess Culmore (age 67) died.

On 19 Feb 1776 Catherine Fitzherbert died.

On 19 Feb 1791 Mary Wright Lady Cunliffe died.

On 19 Feb 1794 Francis Henry Drake 5th Baronet (age 70) died unmarried. Baronet Drake of Buckland in Devon extinct. He left his estates and fortune to Francis Augustus Eliott 2nd Baron Heathfield (age 43), the son of sister Anne Pollexfen Drake.

On 19 Feb 1803 Edward Henry Somerset died.

On 19 Feb 1804 Philip Yorke (age 60) died. Monument in St Deiniol & St Marcella Church, Marchwiel [Map] sculpted by Richard "The Younger" Westmacott (age 5).

Philip Yorke: On 30 Jul 1743 he was born to Simon Yorke at Erddig Wrexham. On 30 Jul 1743 Philip Yorke and Elizabeth Cust were married.

On 19 Feb 1811 Frederic Hamilton (age 83) died.

On 19 Feb 1816 Louisa Grace Manners Duchess St Albans (age 39) died. The same day her son Aubrey Beauclerk 7th Duke St Albans died. His uncle William Beauclerk 8th Duke St Albans (age 49) succeeded 8th Duke St Albans, 8th Earl Burford, 8th Baron Heddington. Maria Janetta Nelthorpe Duchess St Albans by marriage Duchess St Albans. Both at the home of her sister Laura Manners Countess Stair and her husband John Dalrymple 7th Earl of Stair (age 31) at Portman Square Marylebone.

On 19 Feb 1819 Walter Palk (age 77) died.

On 19 Feb 1838 Charles Palmer 6th Baronet (age 78) died unmarried. Baronet Palmer of Wingham in Kent extinct. He appears to have had two illegitimate sons, John and Henry, who were ineligible to succeed to the title.

On 19 Feb 1838 George Thynne 2nd Baron Carteret (age 68) died.

On 19 Feb 1839 Alleyne Fitzherbert 1st Baron St Helens (age 85) died unmarried. Baron St Helens extinct.

On 19 Feb 1841 William Twisden (age 42) died.

On 19 Feb 1841 Princess Augusta of Prussia (age 60) died.

On 19 Feb 1841 Amalie Charlotte Wilhelmine Louise Nassau Weilburg (age 64) died.

On 19 Feb 1850 Sinetta Lambourne (age 30) died.

On 19 Feb 1866 Henriette Rothschild (age 75) died at 4 Great Stanhope Street.

On 19 Feb 1870 Nathaniel de Rothschild (age 57) died.

On 19 Feb 1886 Charles George Lascelles (age 35) died.

On 19 Feb 1909 Greville Richard Vernon (age 73) died.

On 19 Feb 1923 Charlotte Louisa Rowley Baroness Hatherton (age 78) died.

On 19 Feb 1926 Francis Derwent Wood (age 54) died.

On 19 Feb 1938 Mary Muriel Sophie Howard (age 67) died.

On 19 Feb 1953 Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Hassard Montgomery (age 80) died.

On 19 Feb 1957 Frederick Oxley (age 76) died. England & Wales, National Probate Calendar: "Of 39 Upper Clara Street, Rotherham [Map] died 19 Feb 1957 at Moorgate General Hospital, Rotherham. Administration Wakefield 02 April to Edith Anne Oxley widow. Effects £146 2s 4d.

On 19 Feb 1957 Elizabeth Evelyn Harbord Baroness Hastings (age 96) died.

On 19 Feb 1966 Winifred Agnes Lloyd Viscountess Leverhulme (age 66) died. She was buried at Christ Church, Port Sunlight [Map].

Winifred Agnes Lloyd Viscountess Leverhulme: On 14 Jul 1899 she was born. On 20 Jan 1937 William Lever 2nd Viscount Leverhulme and she were married. She by marriage Viscountess Leverhulme of the Western Isles.

On 19 Feb 1969 Violet Asquith (age 81) died.