19 Jun is in June.
On 19 Jun 1306 the forces of Aymer de Valence 2nd Earl Pembroke (age 31) including Robert Pierrepont ambushed and routed the Scottish army of Robert "The Bruce" I King Scotland (age 31) including Simon Fraser, Christopher Seton and John Strathbogie 9th Earl Atholl (age 40) at Methven during the Battle of Methven. John Strathbogie 9th Earl Atholl (age 40) was captured as well as many others.
On 19 Jun 1312 Piers Gaveston 1st Earl Cornwall (age 28) was taken to Blacklow Hill where he was beheaded. Blacklow Hill being outside of the Guy Beauchamp 10th Earl of Warwick's (age 40) lands. Gaveston's body was left where it lay eventually being recovered by Dominican friars who took it to Oxford [Map]. Earl Cornwall 5C 1307 extinct.
On 19 Jun 1369 Philip "Bold" Valois II Duke Burgundy (age 27) and Margaret Dampierre Duchess Burgundy (age 21) were married. She by marriage Duchess Burgundy. She the daughter of Louis Dampierre III Count Nevers II Count Flanders (age 38) and Margaret Brabant Countess Nevers and Flanders (age 46). He the son of King John "The Good" II of France and Bonne Luxemburg Queen Consort France. They were half third cousins. He a great x 5 grandson of King Henry "Curtmantle" II of England. She a great x 2 granddaughter of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England.
Before 19 Jun 1399 Edward Charleton 5th Baron Cherleton (age 29) and Eleanor Holland Countess March and Ulster (age 28) were married. She the daughter of Thomas Holland 2nd Earl Kent and Alice Fitzalan Countess Kent (age 49). They were half third cousin once removed. He a great x 3 grandson of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. She a great x 2 granddaughter of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England.
After 19 Jun 1488 Francis Lovell 1st Viscount Lovell (age 32) died.
Hall's Chronicle 1535. 19 Jun 1535. And the nineteenth day of June was three monks of the Charterhouse hanged, drawn, and quartered at Tyborne [Map] and their quarters set up about London or denying the King to be Supreme Head of the Church. Their names were Exmewe, Myddlemore, and Nudigate. These men when they were arraigned at Westminster, behaved themselves very stiffly and stubbornly, for hearing their inditement read how traitorously they had spoken against the King’s Majesty his crown and dignity, they neither blushed nor bashed at it, but very foolishly and hypocritically acknowledged their treason which maliciously they avouched, having no learning for their defence, but rather being asked diverse questions, they used a malicious silence, thinking as by their examinations afterward in the Tower of London it did appear, for so they said, that they thought those men which was the Lord Cromwell (age 50) and other that there sat upon them in judgement to be heretics and not of the Church of God, and therefore not worthy to be either answered or spoken unto. And therefore as they deserved, they received as you have heard before.
In Jun 1660 King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland (age 30) rewarded those who supported his Restoration ...
7th John Langham 1st Baronet (age 76) was created 1st Baronet Langham of Cottesbrooke in Northamptonshire.
13th Nicholas Gould 1st Baronet was created 1st Baronet Gould of the City of London.
22nd Robert Cordell 1st Baronet was created 1st Baronet Cordell of Long Melford.
28th Oliver St John 1st Baronet (age 36) was created 1st Baronet St John of Woodford in Northamptonshire 1660.
Pepy's Diary. 19 Jun 1668. At noon home to dinner, and thence by coach to White Hall, where we attended the Duke of York (age 34) in his closet, upon our usual business. And thence out, and did see many of the Knights of the Garter, with the King (age 38) and Duke of York (age 34), going into the Privychamber, to elect the Elector of Saxony (age 55) into that Order, who, I did hear the Duke of York (age 34) say, was a good drinker: I know not upon what score this compliment is done him.
Evelyn's Diary. 19 Jun 1673. Congratulated the new Lord Treasurer, Sir Thomas Osborne (age 41), a gentleman with whom I had been intimately acquainted at Paris, and who was every day at my father-in-law's (age 68) house and table there; on which account I was too confident of succeeding in his favor, as I had done in his predecessor's; but such a friend shall I never find, and I neglected my time, far from believing that my Lord Clifford (age 42) would have so rashly laid down his staff, as he did, to the amazement of all the world, when it came to the test of his receiving the Communion, which I am confident he forbore more from some promise he had entered into to gratify the Duke, than from any prejudice to the Protestant religion, though I found him wavering a pretty while.
On 19 Jun 1697 Henry Mordaunt 2nd Earl Peterborough (age 75) died. His nephew Charles Mordaunt 3rd Earl Peterborough 1st Earl Monmouth (age 39) succeeded 3rd Earl Peterborough. His daughter Mary Mordaunt Duchess Norfolk (age 38) succeeded 7th Baroness Mordaunt. Carey Fraser Countess Peterborough and Monmouth (age 37) by marriage Countess Peterborough.
On 19 Jun 1762 William Dalrymple Crichton 5th Earl Dumfries 4th Earl of Stair (age 63) and Anne Duff Countess Dumfries were married. She by marriage Countess Dumfries. He the son of Colonel William Dalrymple Earl Dumfries (age 88) and Penelope Crichton 4th Countess of Dumfries.
On 19 Jun 1777 William Courtenay 10th Earl Devon was born to Reginald Courtenay Bishop of Bristol Bishop of Exeter (age 35) and Elizabeth Howard.NOTEXT
Section I Tumuli 1788. On the 15th of March, 1788, a farmer, who occupied the land on Middleton Moor, known as the Garratt Piece, having occasion to burn some lime upon that ground, dug for the purpose into a tumulus [Map] [Garratts Piece Barrow [Map]], or lowe, there situate.
He began his work on the outer edge of the barrow, clearing it away as he proceeded, to the level of the natural surface. On reaching the centre, he found, lying immediately under the usual depression of the summit of the barrow, and placed upon the level of the ground, a skeleton, whose extremities were towards the east and west; near the point of the shoulder was a very extraordinary ornament of copper neatly enamelled with various colours, red being the most predominant; it is circular, and has a hook in the form of a serpent's head, probably for suspension. In addition to this, part of another ornament of similar workmanship; part of the iron umbo of a shield and a shallow basin of thin brass, much broken and crushed, were found abont the same place. (For a similar basin see Archæologia, vol. xviii, page 80.) The design visible upon the circular and enamelled ornament is precisely similar to an illuminated capital Q in the Saxon manuscript entitled, 'Textus Sancti Cuthberti,' a production of the seventh century, formerly preserved in the cathedral of Durham, but now in the Cottonian library, (Nero, D. 4.) There is a good engraving of it in Astle's 'Origin of Writing,' plate 14, a. This interesting barrow was reopened by Mr. William Bateman (age 1), on the 19th of June, 1826, but was found to have been entirely rifled on the occasion above described.
On 18 Jun 1815 the Battle of Waterloo was fought.
Beaumont Hotham 3rd Baron Hotham (age 20) was present.
Charles Augustus Fitzroy (age 19) was wounded.
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Edward Irby (age 31) fought.
Henry William Paget 1st Marquess Anglesey (age 47) led the charge of the British heavy cavalry against Comte d'Erlon's column which checked and in part routed the French Army. He was hit by one of the last cannon shots of the day necessitating the amputation of this leg during the Battle of Quatre Bras.
Fletcher Norton 3rd Baron Grantley (age 16) fought and was wounded.
Charles Francis Rowley Lascelles fought.
Edward Kerrison 1st Baronet (age 38) commanded his Regiment.
George Orlando Gunning (age 18) was killed whilst serving as a Lieutenant in the 10th Hussars.
On 19 Jun 1815 Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Gordon (age 29) died having had his leg amputated the previous day.
Section I Tumuli 1825. The only barrow yet discovered in a low situation in the neighbourhood of Middleton is placed in a meadow called Larks Lowe [Map], and near the rivulet called the Bradford; this tumulus was opened on the 20th of May 1825 when the cist was found to be constructed of large flat stones placed edge-ways with similar ones serving for the cover; it contained the decayed fragments of a human skeleton. On the eastern side of the barrow was found an urn of coarse earthy full of calcined bones and dry mould, the top protected by a flat piece of lime-stone, upon which was placed a small, shallow, earthen vessel very firmly baked, (of the kind denominated by Sir Richard Hoare (age 66) "incense cups"), a pin of bronze, two and a quarter inches long; several animal teeth and bones, amongst them a horse's tooth, a circular pebble, and a stone of peculiar shape; the large urn was of so friable a nature, that it probably had no other baking than what it received in the funeral fire, from this cause it was found impracticable to preserve it entire. June 19, 1826, it was thought advisable to reopen the very interesting barrow [Map] on Garratt Piece, Middleton, which was opened by Dr. Pegge in 1788, and described in the Archæologia, vol. ix, page 189; in it were found animal bones, one of which was calcined; a portion of the lower branch of an antler of the red deer, six inches in length, which had been tooled at the root by a sharp instrument; also some rats' bones. (See a subsequent examination of this barrow.)
On 19 Jun 1826 James Brudenell 7th Earl Cardigan (age 28) and Elizabeth Tollemache Countess Cardigan (age 28) were married. Separated in 1846. He the son of Robert Brudenell 6th Earl Cardigan (age 57) and Penelope Cooke Countess Cardigan.
On 19 Jun 1834 William Henry Forester Denison 1st Earl Londesborough was born to Albert Denison 1st Baron Londesborough (age 28) and Henrietta Maria Weld-Forester Baroness Londesborough.
After 19 Jun 1835. Monument to Henry Willoughby 6th Baron Middleton (deceased) and Jane Lawley Baroness Middleton in St Leonard's Church Wollaton, Nottinghamshire [Map] sculpted by Richard Westmacott (age 59).
Henry Willoughby 6th Baron Middleton: On 24 Apr 1761 he was born to Henry Willoughby 5th Baron Middleton (age 34) and Dorothy Cartright Baroness Middleton. Before 11 Mar 1793 Henry Willoughby 6th Baron Middleton (age 31) and Jane Lawley Baroness Middleton (age 26) were married. On 14 Jun 1800 Henry Willoughby 5th Baron Middleton (age 73) died. His son Henry Willoughby 6th Baron Middleton (age 39) succeeded 6th Baron Middleton, 7th Baronet Willoughby of Wollaton. Jane Lawley Baroness Middleton by marriage Baroness Middleton. On 19 Jun 1835 Henry Willoughby 6th Baron Middleton (age 74) died. His first cousin Digby Willoughby 7th Baron Middleton (age 65) succeeded 7th Baron Middleton, 8th Baronet Willoughby of Wollaton.
On 19 Jun 1839 Henry Granville Fitzalan 14th Duke of Norfolk (age 24) and Augusta Mary Minna Catherine Lyons Duchess Norfolk (age 17) were married. She by marriage Duchess Norfolk. He the son of Henry Charles Howard 13th Duke of Norfolk (age 47) and Charlotte Sophia Leveson-Gower Duchess Norfolk (age 51).NOTEXT
On 19 Jun 1851 Henry Bruce 2nd Baron Aberdare was born to Henry Bruce 1st Baron Aberdare (age 36).
On 19 Jun 1864 William Henry Francis Denison 2nd Earl Londesborough was born to William Henry Forester Denison 1st Earl Londesborough (age 30) and Edith Somerset Countess Londesborough (age 26).
On 19 Jun 1884 Elizabeth Frances Abney-Hastings Viscountess St Davids was born to Major Paulyn Abney-Hastings (age 27) and Maud Grimston (age 27).
On 19 Jun 1890 Harry Grey 8th Earl Stamford 4th Earl Warrington (age 78) died without legitimate male issue. His nephew William Grey 9th Earl Stamford 5th Earl Warrington (age 40) succeeded 9th Earl Stamford, 11th Baron Grey of Groby 1603.
On 19 Jun 1902 John Dalberg-Acton 1st Baron Acton (age 68) died. His son Richard Maximilian Lyon-Dalberg-Acton 2nd Baron Acton (age 31) succeeded 2nd Baron Acton of Aldenham in Shropshire, 9th Baronet Acton of Aldenham Hall.
On 19 Jun 1972 Robert Edward Fiennes-Clinton 19th Earl of Lincoln was born to Edward Gordon Fiennes-Clinton (age 29).
On 19 Jun 1976 Carl XVI King Sweden (age 30) and Silvia Sommerlath Queen Consort Sweden were married. He a great x 2 grandson of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom.