23 Nov is in November.
On 23 Nov 912 Otto I King Germany I King Italy Holy Roman Emperor was born to Henry "Fowler" I King East Francia (age 36) and Matilda Ringelheim Queen Consort East Francia.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 955. This year died King Edred, on St. Clement's mass day, at Frome.41 He reigned nine years and a half; and he rests in the old minster. Then succeeded Edwy, the son of King Edmund, to the government of the West-Saxons; and Edgar Atheling (age 12), his brother, succeeded to the government of the Mercians. They were the sons of King Edmund and of St. Elfgiva.
Note 41. So I understand the word. Gibson, from Wheloc, says-"in aetatis vigore;" a fact contradicted by the statement of almost every historian. Names of places seldom occur in old MSS. with capital initials.
On 23 Nov 1221 Alfonso X King Castile X King Leon was born to Ferdinand III King Castile III King Leon (age 22) and Elisabeth Hohenstaufen Queen Consort Castile Queen Consort Leon (age 16). He a great x 2 grandson of King Henry "Curtmantle" II of England.
On 23 Nov 1243 Richard of Cornwall 1st Earl Cornwall (age 34) and Sanchia Provence Queen Consort Germany (age 15) were married at Westminster Abbey [Map]. She by marriage Countess Cornwall. She the daughter of Raymond Berenguer Provence IV Count Provence (age 45) and Beatrice Savoy Countess Provence (age 45). He the son of King John "Lackland" of England and Isabella of Angoulême Queen Consort England (age 55). They were fourth cousins.
On 23 Nov 1402 Jean "Bastard of Orléans" Valois Count Dunois Count Longueville was born to Louis Valois Duke Touraine I Duke Orléans (age 30) and Valentina Visconti (age 31). Coefficient of inbreeding 7.38%.
Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 23 Nov 1415. And the xxiij day of November the kyng (age 29) come unto London whythe alle hys presoners a bove sayd. And there he was ressayvyd worthely and ryally, for the mayre, with alle the aldermen, whythe alle good comyners, roode and fette hym ynne. And whythe a ryalle processyon he was brought ynne; and there was mad, stondyng apone the brygge, Syn Gorge ryally armyd, and at the Crosse in Cheppe [Map] was made a castelle, and there yn was moche solempnyte of angelys and virgenys syngyng merely. And soo he roode unttylle that he came to Powlys, and there mette whithe hym xvj byschoppys and abbattys whithe processyon and sensyd hym, and brought hym uppe in to [th]e qwere whythe devoute songe, and there he offerde and the Franysche lordys alle soo. And thenne he rode forthe unto Westemyster; and the mayre and hys bretheryn brought hym there.
On 23 Nov 1570 Dean Walter Philips died.
Henry Machyn's Diary. 23 Nov 1588. The xxiij day of November the quen Elsabeth('s) (age 55) grace toke here gorney from Hadley be-yond Barnett toward London, unto my lord North('s) plase [Map], with a M. and mor of lordes, knyghtes, and gentyllmen, lades and gentyllwomen; and ther lay v days.... cote armur and pennon of armes and .... with ij whytt branchys and xij torchys and iiij gret tapurs.
Note. P. 179. The queen's coming to London. See a note by Mr. Bruce on this subject in Hayward's Annals of Elizabeth, p. 9.
On 23 Nov 1589 King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland (age 23) and Anne of Denmark Queen Consort Scotland England and Ireland (age 14) were married at Bishop's Palace. She by marriage Queen Consort Scotland. She the daughter of Frederick II King Denmark and Sophie Mecklenburg-Schwerin Queen Consort Denmark (age 32). He the son of Henry "Lord Darnley" Stewart and Mary Queen of Scots. They were third cousin once removed. He a great x 2 grandson of King Henry VII of England and Ireland.
Before 23 Nov 1620 Henry Spencer 1st Earl of Sunderland was born to William Spencer 2nd Baron Spencer (age 29) and Penelope Wriothesley Baroness Spencer Wormleighton (age 22) at Althorp House [Map].
Evelyn's Diary. 23 Nov 1641. I returned to London; and, on the 25th, saw his Majesty (age 41) ride through the City after his coming out of Scotland, and a Peace proclaimed, with great acclamations and joy of the giddy people.
Evelyn's Diary. 23 Nov 1683. The Duke of Monmouth (age 34), till now proclaimed traitor on the pretended plot for which Lord Russell was lately beheaded, came this evening to Whitehall [Map] and rendered himself, on which were various discourses.
On 23 Nov 1684 William Cavendish 3rd Earl Devonshire (age 67) died at his house in Roehampton, Surrey. He was buried in the Henry VII Chapel in Westminster Abbey [Map]. His son William Cavendish 1st Duke Devonshire (age 44) succeeded 4th Earl Devonshire 2C 1618. Mary Butler Duchess Devonshire (age 38) by marriage Countess Devonshire.
On 23 Nov 1714 Robert Constable 3rd Viscount Dunbar (age 63) died without issue. His brother William Constable 4th Viscount Dunbar (age 60) succeeded 4th Viscount Dunbar. Elizabeth Clifford Viscountess Dunbar (age 25) by marriage Viscountess Dunbar.
On 23 Nov 1738 Louis Otto Salm Count Salm Salm (age 64) died.
On 23 Nov 1835 Henry Charles Somerset 6th Duke Beaufort (age 68) died. His son Henry Somerset 7th Duke Beaufort (age 43) succeeded 7th Duke Beaufort, 9th Marquess Worcester, 13th Earl Worcester 5C 1514, 7th Baron Botetort 1C 1305. Emily Frances Smith Duchess Beaufort (age 35) by marriage Duchess Beaufort.
On 23 Nov 1857 Algernon Greville of North Lodge in Barnet (age 66) died.