On this Day in History ... 22nd November

22 Nov is in November.

845 Battle of Ballon

1535 Execution of Bishop Fisher and Thomas More

1665 Great Plague of London

See Births, Marriages and Deaths.

Events on the 22nd November

On 22 Nov 845 Lambert Guideschi II Count Nantes fought at Redon during the Battle of Ballon.

On 22 Nov 1220 Frederick I King Jerusalem II Holy Roman Emperor (age 25) was crowned II Holy Roman Emperor. Isabella Plantagenet Holy Roman Empress (age 6) by marriage Holy Roman Empress.

After 22 Nov 1395 Robert de Vere 1st Duke Ireland was buried at Colne Priory [Map]. King Richard II of England (age 28) had the coffin opened to kiss his friend's hand and to gaze on his face one last time.

Letters and Papers 1535. 22 Nov 1535. 873. They have taken the able persons out of some monasteries, and left the infirm (inhabiles) with so little to maintain them that they are constrained to leave their religion. They have taken all the nuns under twenty-five years from the monastery. One of the commissaries spoke improperly to the nuns, who rebuked him, saying that their Apostolic privileges were broken. The commissary replied that he had more power on behalf of the King than the whole Apostolic See. When the nuns referred their complaint to Cromwell, the King's secretary, by whom these ill deeds are done, he replied that this was only the prologue (que esto no era el introito)1.

The sons of knights are made abbots, even though they are young, that they may collect the rents. The heads of the holy cardinal of Rochester, the holy Thomas More, and another holy Carthusian Martyr were set up at the gate of London. Rochester's head was always fresher, although the others were turning black. Seeing that the people noticed it, the heads have been thrown into the river.

The cardinals who are commissioned to attend to the English cause have published that they wish at once to declare the King deprived of his kingdom, and his subjects absolved from their oath of allegiance. However, the minute which they have drawn up is only monitory.

Asks the Empress to have continual prayer made for the Queen and Princess. Rome, 22 Nov. 1535.

Sp., pp. 7. Modern copy.

Note 1. No doubt there is an error in the copy. "Only the prologue" is evidently meant.

Letters and Papers 1535. 22 Nov 1535. Add. MS. 28,588, f. 47. B. M. 873. Dr. Ortiz to the Empress.

Wrote on Sept. 1 and 8 and Oct. 24. The Ambassador in England wrote on the 14th Oct. that the Queen and Princess were well, and sent a servant of his here, who left on the 5th to go to the Emperor. He brought letters from the Queen, which she said she sent as her last testament, because, considering her present state and the orders made in the Parliament of this November, it appears likely that she and the Princess (age 19) will be sentenced to martyrdom, which she was ready to receive in testimony of the Holy Faith, as the cardinal of Rochester and other holy martyrs had done. She only grieves that her life has not been as holy as theirs, and she is in great sorrow for the multitude of souls who are daily condemned.

The Princess with only three women is in the same house as the daughter of the Wench (age 34) ("la Manceba"), under the charge of the Wench's aunt (age 60). Formerly the Ambassador was allowed to send to her two days a week, but now this leave has been taken away. When she asked to be allowed to live with her mother she was refused, because it would make her more obstinate in disobeying the statutes, which was not safe in consequence of the penalty imposed by them. The King told his mistress that while he lived (viniere, error for viviere?) the Princess should not marry. She has told the King several times that it is the Princess who causes war, and that it will be necessary to treat her as the cardinal of Rochester has been treated. She has often said of the Princess "She is my death and I am hers; so I will take care that she shall not laugh at me after my death." When the Ambassador asked for certain money due to the Queen from the time she held the lands "de sus arras," it was refused, and he was told that he should see if the Queen would consent to live at less expense, and that the King bore her expenses.

On 22 Nov 1624 Nicholas Bacon 1st Baronet (age 84) died in Culford, Suffolk [Map]. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Redgrave. At the east end of the north aisle is a chest tomb in black and white marble with the effigies of Sir Nicholas Bacon his wife Anne Butts made in 1616 by Nicholas Stone (age 37). His son Edmund Bacon 2nd Baronet (age 54) succeeded 2nd Baronet Bacon of Redgrave in Suffolk.

On or before 22 Nov 1625 Vice-Admiral Christopher Myngs was born to John Myngs Shoemaker and Katherine Parr (age 20) at Manor House, Salthouse. Salthouse certain, Manor House probable. He was baptised at St Nicholas Church, Salthouse on 22 Nov 1625.

Pepy's Diary. 22 Nov 1660. This morning came the carpenters to make me a door at the other side of my house, going into the entry, which I was much pleased with. At noon my wife and I walked to the Old Exchange, and there she bought her a white whisk1 and put it on, and I a pair of gloves, and so we took coach for Whitehall to Mr. Fox's (age 33), where we found Mrs. Fox within, and an alderman of London paying £1000 or £1500 in gold upon the table for the King, which was the most gold that ever I saw together in my life. Mr. Fox (age 33) came in presently and did receive us with a great deal of respect; and then did take my wife and I to the Queen's (age 50) presence-chamber; where he got my wife placed behind the Queen's (age 50) chair, and I got into the crowd, and by and by the Queen (age 50) and the two Princesses came to dinner. The Queen (age 50) a very little plain old woman, and nothing more in her presence in any respect nor garb than any ordinary woman. The Princess of Orange I had often seen before. The Princess Henrietta is very pretty, but much below my expectation; and her dressing of herself with her hair frized short up to her ears, did make her seem so much the less to me. But my wife standing near her with two or three black patches on, and well dressed, did seem to me much handsomer than she. Dinner being done, we went to Mr. Fox's (age 33) again, where many gentlemen dined with us, and most princely dinner, all provided for me and my friends, but I bringing none but myself and wife, he did call the company to help to eat up so much good victuals. At the end of dinner, my Lord Sandwich's (age 35) health was drunk in the gilt tankard that I did give to Mrs. Fox the other day. After dinner I had notice given me by Will my man that my Lord did inquire for me, so I went to find him, and met him and the Duke of York (age 27) in a coach going towards Charing Cross. I endeavoured to follow them but could not, so I returned to Mr. Fox (age 33), and after much kindness and good discourse we parted from thence. I took coach for my wife and me homewards, and I light at the Maypole in the Strand, and sent my wife home. I to the new playhouse and saw part of the "Traitor", a very good Tragedy; Mr. Moon did act the Traitor very well. So to my Lord's, and sat there with my Lady a great while talking. Among other things, she took occasion to inquire (by Madame Dury's late discourse with her) how I did treat my wife's father and mother. At which I did give her a good account, and she seemed to be very well opinioned of my wife. From thence to White Hall at about 9 at night, and there, with Laud the page that went with me, we could not get out of Henry the Eighth's gallery into the further part of the boarded gallery, where my Lord was walking with my Lord Ormond; and we had a key of Sir S. Morland's, but all would not do; till at last, by knocking, Mr. Harrison the door-keeper did open us the door, and, after some talk with my Lord about getting a catch to carry my Lord St. Albans a goods to France, I parted and went home on foot, it being very late and dirty, and so weary to bed.

Note 1. A gorget or neckerchief worn by women at this time. "A woman's neck whisk is used both plain and laced, and is called of most a gorget or falling whisk, because it falleth about the shoulders". -Randle Hohnt (quoted by Planche).

Pepy's Diary. 22 Nov 1662. Thence to the office, where I sat all the morning, then dined; Mr. Moore with me, at home, my wife busy putting her furniture in order. Then he and I out, and he home and I to my cozen Roger Pepys (age 45) to advise about treating with my uncle Thomas, and thence called at the Wardrobe on Mr. Moore again, and so home, and after doing much business at my office I went home and caused a new fashion knocker to be put on my door, and did other things to the putting my house in order, and getting my outward door painted, and the arch. This day I bought the book of country dances against my wife's woman Gosnell comes, who dances finely; and there meeting Mr. Playford (age 39) he did give me his Latin songs of Mr. Deering's, which he lately printed. This day Mr. Moore told me that for certain the Queen-Mother (age 52) is married to my Lord St. Albans (age 57), and he is like to be made Lord Treasurer (age 55). Newes that Sir J. Lawson (age 47) hath made up a peace now with Tunis and Tripoli, as well as Argiers, by which he will come home very highly honoured.

Pepy's Diary. 22 Nov 1664. So home to supper, where troubled to hear my poor boy Tom has a fit of the stone, or some other pain like it. I must consult Mr. Holliard (age 55) for him. So at one in the morning home to bed.

Pepy's Diary. 22 Nov 1665. I heard this day that Mr. Harrington is not dead of the plague, as we believed, at which I was very glad, but most of all, to hear that the plague is come very low; that is, the whole under 1,000, and the plague 600 and odd: and great hopes of a further decrease, because of this day's being a very exceeding hard frost, and continues freezing.

On 22 Nov 1693 Louise Élisabeth Bourbon Condé Princess Conti was born to Louis Bourbon Condé (age 25) and Louise Françoise Bourbon (age 20). She a great x 3 granddaughter of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland.

After 22 Nov 1858. Monument to Caroline Fane (deceased), wife of Charles Chaplin (age 72) commissioned by her two nieces Louisa Anne Fleming Fane (age 44) and Julia Charlotte Fane (age 33) at St Oswald's Church, Blankney.

On 22 Nov 1886 Susan Liddell Countess Hardwicke (age 76) died. Monument in St Andrew's Church, Wimpole [Map].

Susan Liddell Countess Hardwicke: On 11 Jan 1810 she was born to Thomas Liddell 1st Baron Ravensworth and Maria Susannah Simpson Baroness Calthorpe. In Aug 1833 Charles Yorke 4th Earl of Hardwicke and she were married. On 18 Nov 1834 Philip Yorke 3rd Earl of Hardwicke died. He was buried in St Andrew's Church, Wimpole. His nephew Charles Yorke 4th Earl of Hardwicke succeeded 4th Earl Hardwicke, 4th Viscount Royston. She by marriage Countess Hardwicke.

On 22 Nov 1890 William Bell Scott (age 79) died at Penkill Castle.

On 22 Nov 1937 Philip de László (age 68) died.

On 22 Nov 1963 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy (age 46) was killed.

On 22 Nov 1975 Juan Carlos I King Spain (age 37) was restored I King Spain.

Births on the 22nd November

On 22 Nov 1381 Joan Meynell was born to Ralph Meynell (age 19).

On 22 Nov 1428 Richard "Kingmaker" Neville Earl Warwick, 6th Earl Salisbury was born to Richard Neville Earl Salisbury (age 28) and Alice Montagu 5th Countess of Salisbury (age 21). He a great x 2 grandson of King Edward III of England.

On 22 Nov 1529 Ferdinand Habsburg Spain was born to Charles V Holy Roman Emperor (age 29) and Isabel Aviz Queen Consort Spain (age 26). Coefficient of inbreeding 10.98%.

On 22 Nov 1532 Anna Oldenburg was born to Christian III King Denmark (age 29) and Dorothea of Saxe Lauenburg Queen Consort Denmark and Norway (age 21).

On 22 Nov 1553 Maria Orange Nassau was born to William "The Silent" Orange Nassau I Prince Orange (age 20) and Anna Egmond Princess Orange.

On 22 Nov 1564 Henry Brooke 11th Baron Cobham was born to William Brooke 10th Baron Cobham (age 37) and Frances Newton Baroness Cobham (age 25).

On 22 Nov 1609 James Christopher Allen was born to James Christopher Allen (age 26).

On 22 Nov 1623 Bussy Mansel was born to Arthur Mansel (age 36) and Jane Price.

On or before 22 Nov 1625 Vice-Admiral Christopher Myngs was born to John Myngs Shoemaker and Katherine Parr (age 20) at Manor House, Salthouse. Salthouse certain, Manor House probable. He was baptised at St Nicholas Church, Salthouse on 22 Nov 1625.

On 22 Nov 1635 Francis Willoughby was born to Francis Willoughby (age 47) and Cassandra Ridgway at Middleton Hall Middleton.

On 22 Nov 1675 Charles de Vere was born to Aubrey de Vere 20th Earl of Oxford (age 48) and Diana Kirke Countess of Oxford. He was baptised on 09 Dec 1675 at St Martin in the Fields [Map]. Died as an infant.

On 22 Nov 1693 Louise Élisabeth Bourbon Condé Princess Conti was born to Louis Bourbon Condé (age 25) and Louise Françoise Bourbon (age 20). She a great x 3 granddaughter of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland.

On 22 Nov 1696 Frances Boothby was born to William Boothby 3rd Baronet (age 32).

On 22 Nov 1728 Grand Duke Charles Frederick of Baden was born.

On 22 Nov 1728 John Shaw 4th Baronet was born to John Shaw 3rd Baronet (age 41) and Anna Maria Barnardiston Lady Shaw (age 31). He was baptised on 19 Dec 1728 at the Church of Holy Trinity, Eltham.

On 22 Nov 1731 Richard Neave 1st Baronet was born.

On 22 Nov 1742 Edward Poore was born to Edward Poore (age 27).

On 22 Nov 1753 David Carnegie 4th Baronet was born to James Carnegie 3rd Baronet (age 37).

On 22 Nov 1791 Horace Beauchamp Seymour-Conway was born to Hugh Seymour-Conway (age 32) and Anne Horatia Waldegrave (age 29). He a great x 3 grandson of King James II of England Scotland and Ireland.

On 22 Nov 1799 Marianne Durant was born to George Durant and Marianne Unknown.

On 22 Nov 1800 Richard Noel Noel-Hill 5th Baron Berwick was born to Richard Noel-Hill 4th Baron Berwick (age 26) and Frances Maria Owen (age 15).

On 22 Nov 1800 George Fieschi Heneage was born to George Robert Heneage (age 31) and Frances Anne Ainslie.

On 22 Nov 1808 Lionel Nathan de Rothschild was born to Nathan Mayer Rothschild (age 31).

On 22 Nov 1810 Charles William Blunt 6th Baronet was born to Richard Charles Blunt (age 33).

On 22 Nov 1811 Karl von Pfeffel was born.

On 22 Nov 1819 Mary Anne Evans aka George Eliot was born.

On 22 Nov 1819 Charles Henry Mainwaring was born to Rowland Mainwaring (age 36).

On 22 Nov 1826 Marcia Charlotte Emma Cholmondeley was born to William Cholmondeley 3rd Marquess Cholmondeley (age 26) and Marcia Emma Georgiana Arbuthnot Marchioness Cholmondeley (age 22).

On 22 Nov 1845 Leopold de Rothschild was born to Lionel Nathan de Rothschild (age 37) and Charlotte von Rothschild.

On 22 Nov 1845 Maud Frances Vivian was born to Charles Vivian 2nd Baron Vivian (age 36).

On 22 Nov 1846 Robert Jocelyn 4th Earl Roden was born to Robert Jocelyn (age 30) and Frances Elizabeth Cowper (age 26).

On 22 Nov 1869 George Franklin Reade 10th Baronet was born to George Compton Reade 9th Baronet (age 23) and Melissa Ray Lady Reade.

On 22 Nov 1907 John Crichton 5th Earl Erne was born to Henry Crichton (age 35) and Mary Cavendish Grosvenor (age 24).

On 22 Nov 1910 Michael Marsham 7th Earl Romney was born to Reginald Hastings Marsham (age 44).

Marriages on the 22nd November

On 22 Nov 1596 William Sandys (age 21) and Elizabeth Cornwallis (age 6) were married. There was no issue from the marriage.

Before 22 Nov 1617 Thomas Lyttelton 1st Baronet (age 24) and Catherine Crompton Lady Lyttelton were married.

Before 22 Nov 1623 Arthur Mansel (age 36) and Jane Price were married.

On 22 Nov 1646 Thomas Hanmer 2nd Baronet (age 34) and Susan Hervey Lady Hamner (age 34) were married. She by marriage Lady Hamner of Hamner in Flintshire.

On 22 Nov 1675 Colonel James Graham (age 26) and Dorothy Howard Maid of Honour (age 24) were married the license being that date.

On or after 22 Nov 1684 Ralph Delaval 2nd Baronet (age 34) and Diana Booth Lady Delaval and Blackett were married. She by marriage Lady Delaval of Seaton in Northumberland.

On 22 Nov 1691 Henry Howard 5th Earl Suffolk (age 64) and Mary Upton Countess Suffolk (age 41) were married. The difference in their ages was 22 years. He the son of Theophilus Howard 2nd Earl Suffolk and Elizabeth Home Countess Suffolk.

On 22 Nov 1754 Charles Alexander Hohenzollern Margrave Brandenburg Ansbach (age 18) and Frederica Caroline Saxe Coburg Saalfeld Margrave Brandenburg Ansbach (age 19) were married at Coburg. She the daughter of Francis Josias Saxe Coburg Saalfeld Duke Saxe Coburg Saalfeld and Duchess Anna Sophie Of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (age 54). He a great grandson of King George I of Great Britain and Ireland.

On 22 Nov 1779 Thomas Gage 6th Baronet (age 27) and Charlotte Fitzherbert (age 23) were married.

On 22 Nov 1788 Henry Howard (age 31) and Maria Archer (age 20) were married.

On 22 Nov 1795 Charles Cobbe Beresford (age 25) and Amelia Montgomery (age 20) were married.

Before 22 Nov 1800 Richard Noel-Hill 4th Baron Berwick (age 26) and Frances Maria Owen (age 15) were married.

On 22 Nov 1827 Thomas Wentworth Beaumont (age 35) and Henrietta Jane Emma Hawks Atkinson were married.

Before 22 Nov 1856 Augustus Wykeham Clifton (age 27) and Bertha Lelgarde Rawdon-Hastings 22nd Baroness Grey Ruthyn (age 21) were married. She the daughter of George Augustus Francis Rawdon-Hastings 2nd Marquess Hastings and Barbara Yelverton Marchioness Hastings (age 46).

On 22 Nov 1859 William Scott 6th Duke Buccleuch 8th Duke Queensberry (age 28) and Louisa Jane Hamilton Duchess Buccleuch and Queensbury (age 23) were married. She the daughter of James Hamilton 1st Duke Abercorn (age 48) and Louisa Jane Russell Duchess Abercorn (age 47). He the son of Walter Scott 5th Duke Buccleuch 7th Duke Queensberry and Charlotte Anne Thynne Duchess Buccleuch Duchess Queensbury (age 48). She a great x 4 granddaughter of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.

On 22 Nov 1862 Jesse Watts-Russell (age 76) and Martha Leach were married.

On 22 Nov 1899 Henry Joseph Lawson 3rd Baronet (age 21) and Ursula Mary Howard (age 20) were married.

Before 22 Nov 1907 Henry Crichton (age 35) and Mary Cavendish Grosvenor (age 24) were married. She the daughter of Hugh Lupus Grosvenor 1st Duke Westminster and Katherine Cavendish Duchess Westminster (age 50). He the son of John Crichton 4th Earl Erne (age 68).

Deaths on the 22nd November

On 22 Nov 1233 Helena of Denmark Duchess of Lüneburg (age 53) died.

On 22 Nov 1268 William Latimer of Corby (age 48) died.

On 22 Nov 1299 Ela Longespée (age 75) died.

Before 22 Nov 1310 Hawise Strange Princess Powys Wenwynwyn (age 68) died.

On 22 Nov 1380 Theobald Gorges of Wraxall (age 51) died.

On 22 Nov 1392 Robert de Vere 1st Duke Ireland (age 30) was killed whilst hunting at Louvain [Map]. His uncle Aubrey de Vere 10th Earl of Oxford (age 54) succeeded 10th Earl of Oxford.

On 22 Nov 1404 John Frome (age 38) died.

On 22 Nov 1410 William Hoo (age 75) died at Wartling Hailsham.

On 22 Nov 1495 John Savage (age 73) died at Macclesfield [Map]. He was buried at St Michael and All Angels Church, Macclesfield.

On 22 Nov 1495 Eleanor Elizabeth Brereton died at Clifton [Map].

On 22 Nov 1508 John Stanley (age 61) died.

On 22 Nov 1557 Anthony Heveningham (age 56) died.

On 22 Nov 1582 Benjamin Bolles (age 40) died.

On 22 Nov 1606 Henry Billingsley died.

On 22 Nov 1611 Thomas Berkeley (age 36) died. He was buried at St Michael's Church Coventry.

On 22 Nov 1624 Nicholas Bacon 1st Baronet (age 84) died in Culford, Suffolk [Map]. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Redgrave. At the east end of the north aisle is a chest tomb in black and white marble with the effigies of Sir Nicholas Bacon his wife Anne Butts made in 1616 by Nicholas Stone (age 37). His son Edmund Bacon 2nd Baronet (age 54) succeeded 2nd Baronet Bacon of Redgrave in Suffolk.

Before 22 Nov 1646 Elizabeth Baker Lady Hamner (age 36) died. The date based on the date of the second marriage of her husband Thomas Hanmer 2nd Baronet (age 34) to Susan Hervey Lady Hamner (age 34).

On 22 Nov 1651 Francis Scott 2nd Earl Buccleuch (age 24) died. His daughter Mary Scott 3rd Countess Buccleuch (age 4) succeeded 3rd Countess Buccleuch.

On 22 Nov 1656 Mary Bolles (age 38) died at Prestbury [Map].

On 22 Nov 1657 Henry Bedingfield (age 71) died.

On 22 Nov 1660 Thomas Gage 3rd Baronet (age 23) died. His brother John Gage 4th Baronet (age 18) succeeded 4th Baronet Gage of Firley in Sussex.

On 22 Nov 1660 Francis Annesley 1st Viscount Valentia (age 74) died. He was buried at Thorganby. His son Arthur Annesley 1st Earl Annesley (age 46) succeeded 2nd Viscount Valentia. Elizabeth Altham Countess Anglesey (age 40) by marriage Viscountess Valentia.

On 22 Nov 1673 Edward Musgrave 1st Baronet (age 56) died at Hayton Castle. His son Richard Musgrave 2nd Baronet (age 28) succeeded 2nd Baronet Musgrave of Hayton Castle in Cumbria.

On 22 Nov 1693 Unknown name Bourbon Condé Conti died.

On 22 Nov 1694 Archbishop John Tillotson (age 64) died.

On 22 Nov 1696 Sophie Katharina Oldenburg (age 79) died.

On 22 Nov 1696 Frances Ramsden died.

On 22 Nov 1713 Anne Tufton Lady Grimston (age 59) died.

On 22 Nov 1714 Elizabeth Sambrooke died. She was buried at Llanmihangel Church Llanmihangel.

On 22 Nov 1721 Mary Bromley Lady Cave died.

On 22 Nov 1724 Richard Pye 3rd Baronet died. His brother Robert Pye 4th Baronet succeeded 4th Baronet Pye of Hone in Derbyshire.

On 22 Nov 1729 Thomas Trollope 3rd Baronet (age 62) died. His son Thomas Trollope 4th Baronet (age 37) succeeded 4th Baronet Trollope of Casewick in Lincolnshire.

On 22 Nov 1744 Elizabeth Kilmaine died.

On or before 22 Nov 1751 Elizabeth Shardelow died. She was buried on 22 Nov 1751.

On 22 Nov 1758 Richard Edgecumbe 1st Baron Edgcumbe (age 78) died. His son George Edgecumbe (age 38) succeeded 2nd Baron Edgcumbe.

On 22 Nov 1767 Ralph Conyers 5th Baronet (age 70) died. His son Blakiston Conyers 6th Baronet (age 39) succeeded 6th Baronet Conyers of Horden in County Durham.

On 22 Nov 1769 Henrietta-Katharina Croft died, probably from complications of childbirth shince she had given birth to her second child Anne Elizabeth Cholmley Baroness Mulgrave two weeks before.

On 22 Nov 1774 Robert Clive "Clive of India" (age 49) died.

On 22 Nov 1813 Francis Jerome Talbot (age 85) died.

On 22 Nov 1826 Stair Douglas (age 62) died.

On 22 Nov 1828 Charlotte Fitzroy Viscountess Dungannon (age 61) died at Brynkinalt.

On 22 Nov 1829 Richard Bedingfeld 5th Baronet (age 62) died. His son Henry Richard Paston-Bedingfeld 6th Baronet (age 29) succeeded 6th Baronet Paston-Bedingfield of Oxburgh in Norfolk. Margaret Paston Lady Paston-Bedingfield (age 22) by marriage Lady Paston-Bedingfield of Oxburgh in Norfolk.

On 22 Nov 1835 Mary Amelia Hill Marchioness Salisbury (age 85) died.

On 22 Nov 1835 Elizabeth Beesley (age 72) died.

On 22 Nov 1838 Reverend William Chester (age 63) died.

On 22 Nov 1843 Frances Mary Trench (age 56) died.

On 22 Nov 1853 William Legge 4th Earl Dartmouth (age 68) died. In 1853 His son William Legge 5th Earl Dartmouth (age 30) succeeded 5th Earl Dartmouth, 6th Baron Dartmouth. Augusta Finch Countess Dartmouth (age 31) by marriage Countess Dartmouth.

On 22 Nov 1856 Marion Welstead (age 78) died.

On 22 Nov 1856 William Hicks-Beach (age 73) died.

On 22 Nov 1857 Louise Ingram Lady Ramsden (age 91) died.

On 22 Nov 1858 Caroline Fane (age 66) died.

On 22 Nov 1860 Charles John Kemeys-Tynte (age 82) died.

On 22 Nov 1862 Major Henry Loftus (age 39) died at Murree, India.

On 22 Nov 1872 Margaret Erskine (age 38) died.

On 22 Nov 1879 Catherine Dickens nee Hogarth (age 64) died.

On 22 Nov 1886 Susan Liddell Countess Hardwicke (age 76) died. Monument in St Andrew's Church, Wimpole [Map].

Susan Liddell Countess Hardwicke: On 11 Jan 1810 she was born to Thomas Liddell 1st Baron Ravensworth and Maria Susannah Simpson Baroness Calthorpe. In Aug 1833 Charles Yorke 4th Earl of Hardwicke and she were married. On 18 Nov 1834 Philip Yorke 3rd Earl of Hardwicke died. He was buried in St Andrew's Church, Wimpole. His nephew Charles Yorke 4th Earl of Hardwicke succeeded 4th Earl Hardwicke, 4th Viscount Royston. She by marriage Countess Hardwicke.

On 22 Nov 1890 William Bell Scott (age 79) died at Penkill Castle.

On 22 Nov 1895 John Warren 3rd Baron Tabley (age 60) died.

On 22 Nov 1895 Mary Caroline Fitzroy (age 72) died.

On 22 Nov 1896 Helen Duncombe (age 65) died.

On 22 Nov 1906 Ellen Jane Legh (age 76) died.

On 22 Nov 1906 Henry Brand 2nd Viscount Hampden (age 65) died. His son Thomas Brand 3rd Viscount Hampden (age 37) succeeded 3rd Viscount Hampden, 25th Baron Dacre Gilsland.

On 22 Nov 1910 Alice Macdonald (age 73) died. She was buried at St John's Church, Tisbury.

On 22 Nov 1912 James Beresford Atlay (age 52) died.

On 22 Nov 1916 Alfred John Howard (age 68) died.

On 22 Nov 1916 William Samuel Cunard (age 60) died.

On 22 Nov 1919 Alice Maria Prinsep (age 75) died.

On 22 Nov 1931 Constance Rothschild Baroness Battersea (age 88) died at The Pleasaunce.

On 22 Nov 1935 William Tolemache 9th Earl Dysart (age 76) died. His nephew Wenefryde Agatha Scott 10th Countess of Dysart (age 46) succeeded 9th Earl Dysart. His second cousin Lyonel Felix Carteret Eugene Tollemache 4th Baronet (age 81) succeeded 4th Baronet Tollemache of Hanby Hall in Lincolnshire.

On 22 Nov 1937 Mary Henrietta Perceval died.

On 22 Nov 1937 Philip de László (age 68) died.

On 22 Nov 1939 Margaret Mary Fane died.

On 22 Nov 1941 Henry Burrows Shiffner 7th Baronet (age 39) was killed in action. His son Henry David Shiffner 8th Baronet (age 11) succeeded 8th Baronet Shiffner of Coombe in Sussex.

On 22 Nov 1947 George Keppel (age 82) died.

On 22 Nov 1955 Geoffrey Head (age 83) died.

On 22 Nov 1957 Henry Moore 10th Earl of Drogheda (age 73) died. His son Charles Moore 11th Earl of Drogheda (age 47) succeeded 11th Earl Drogheda, 13th Viscount Moore of Drogheda.

On 22 Nov 1963 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy (age 46) was killed.

On 22 Nov 2002 Beatriz Bourbon (age 93) died.