24 Jun is in June.
John of Worcester. 24 Jun 1069. Two of Harold's sons came again from Ireland, with sixty-four ships, and landing about the Nativity of St. John the Baptist [24th June] at the mouth of the river Tivy, fought a severe battle with Brian (age 29), count of Brittany; after which they returned to the place whence they came.
John of Worcester. 24 Jun 1070. The feast of St. John the Baptist being near, earl Asbiorn sailed to Denmark with the fleet which had wintered in the Humber; but his brother Sweyn (age 51) outlawed him, because he had accepted money from king William (age 42), to the great regret of the Danes. Edric, surnamed the Forester, a man of the most resolute courage, of whom we have spoken before, was reconciled with king William (age 42). After this, the king summoned from Normandy Lanfranc (age 65), abbot of Caen, a Lombard by birth, a man of unbounded learning, master of the liberal arts, and of both sacred and secular literature, and of the greatest prudence in counsel and the administration of worldly affairs; and on the day of the Assumption of St. Mary, appointed him archbishop of Canterbury, causing him to be consecrated at Canterbury on the feast of St. John the Baptist, being Sunday. He was consecrated by Giso, bishop of Wells, and Walter, bishop of Hereford, who were both ordained at Rome by pope Nicholas, when Aldred, archbishop of York, received the pallium,—for he evaded being ordained by Stigand, who then held the archbishopric of Canterbury, knowing him not to have received the pallium canonically. Bishop Heriman, who had already transferred the seat of his bishopric from Sherbourne to Salisbury, also assisted at his consecration, with some others. Afterwards, Lanfranc (age 65) consecrated Thomas, archbishop of York. The suit of the reverend Wulfstan (age 62), bishop of Worcester, was again prosecuted, there being now a bishop who could advocate the cause of the church of York; and the affair was, by the aid of God's grace, decided at a council held at a place called Pedred, before the king, archbishop Lanfranc (age 65), and the bishops, abbots, earls, and lords of all England. All the groundless assertions by which Thomas and his abettors strove to humble the church of Worcester, and reduce her to subjection and servitude to the church of York, were, by God's just judgement, entirely refuted and negatived by written documents, so that Wulfstan (age 62) not only recovered the possessions he claimed, but, by God's goodness, and the king's assent, regained for his see all the immunities and privileges freely granted to it by its first founders, the holy king Ethered, Oshere, sub-king of the Hwiccas, and the other kings of Mercia, Cenred, Ethelbald, Offa, Kenulf, Edward the Elder, Athelstan, Edmund, Edred, and Edgar.
On 24 Jun 1268 King Edward "Longshanks" I of England (age 29) took the cross at Northampton [Map], along with his brother Edmund "Crouchback" Plantagenet 1st Earl of Leicester 1st Earl Lancaster (age 23) and cousin Henry "Almain" Cornwall (age 32), from Papal Legate Ottobuono Fieschi (age 58).
On 24 Jun 1295 King Edward "Longshanks" I of England (age 56) created new baronies through writs for summons to his 36th Parliament
The following Baronies may have been created at the 36th Parliament or the 37th Parliament summoned on 30 Sep 1295.
John Wake 1st Baron Wake of Liddell (age 27) was created 1st Baron Wake of Liddell.
John Hastings 13th Baron Bergavenny 1st Baron Hastings (age 33) was created 1st Baron Hastings 1C 1290 by a summons to Parliament. Isabel Valence Baroness Bergavenny Baroness Hastings by marriage Baroness Hastings.
John Beke 1st Baron Beke (age 72) was created 1st Baron Beke (although there is some doubt whether he was created Baron).
Froissart. FIRST, the better to enter into the matter of this honourable and pleasant history of the noble Edward king of England (age 1), who was crowned at London the year of our Lord God MCCCXXVI., on Christmasday, living the king his father and the queen his mother, it is certain that the opinion of Englishmen most commonly was as then, and oftentimes it was seen in England after the time of king Arthur, how that between two valiant kings of England there was most commonly one between them of less sufficiency both of wit and of prowess: and this was right well apparent by the same King Edward the third (age 1); for his grandfather, called the good king Edward the first, was right valiant, sage, wise and hardy, adventurous and fortunate jn all feats of war, and had much ado against the Scots, and conquered them three or four times; for the Scots could never have victory nor endure against him: and after his decease his son of his first wife, who was father to the said good king Edward the third, was crowned king and called Edward the second (age 30), who resembled nothing to his father in wit nor in prowess, but governed and kept his realm right wildly, and ruled himself by sinister counsel of certain persons, whereby at length he had no profit nor land, as ye shall hear after; for anon after he was crowned, Robert Bruce king of Scotland, who had often before given much ado to the said good king Edward the first, conquered again all Scotland, and brent and wasted a great part of the realm of England, a four or five days' journey within the realm at two times, and discomfited the king and all the barons of England at a place in Scotland called Stirling [Map], by battle arranged the day of Saint John Baptist, in the seventh year of the reign of the same king Edward, in the year of our Lord MCCCXIV. The chase of this discomfiture endured two days and two nights, and the king of England (age 30) went with a small company to London and on mid-lent Sunday in the year of our Lord MCCCXVI. The Scots won again the city of Berwick [Map] by treason; but because this is no part of our matter, I will leave speaking thereof.
On 24 Jun 1314 the Scottish army of Robert "The Bruce" I King Scotland (age 39) including, James "Black" Douglas (age 28), heavily defeated the English army led by King Edward II of England (age 30) at the Battle of Bannockburn.
Walter Fauconberg 2nd Baron Fauconberg (age 50) possilby died although his death is also reported as being on 31 Dec 1318.
Bartholomew Badlesmere 1st Baron Badlesmere (age 38), Humphrey Bohun 4th Earl Hereford 3rd Earl Essex (age 38), Goronwy ap Tudur Hen Tudor, Henry Beaumont Earl Buchan (age 35), Aymer de Valence 2nd Earl Pembroke (age 39) and Robert Umfraville 8th Earl Angus (age 37) fought.
Thomas Grey (age 34) undertook a suicidal charge that contributed to the English defeat and subsequently blemished his career.
William Latimer 2nd Baron Latimer of Corby (age 38) was captured.
Michael Poynings (age 44) was killed.
Before 24 Jun 1340 John Mowbray 3rd Baron Mowbray (age 29) and Joan Plantagenet Baroness Mowbray (age 28) were married. She by marriage Baroness Mowbray. She the daughter of Henry Plantagenet 3rd Earl of Leicester 3rd Earl Lancaster (age 59) and Maud Chaworth. He a great x 4 grandson of King Henry "Curtmantle" II of England. She a great granddaughter of King Henry III of England.
On 24 Jun 1340 King Edward III of England (age 27) attacked the French fleet at anchor during the Battle of Sluys capturing more than 200 ships, killing around 18000 French. The English force included John Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp Warwick (age 24), William Bohun 1st Earl of Northampton (age 30), Henry Scrope 1st Baron Scrope Masham (age 27), William Latimer 4th Baron Latimer of Corby (age 10), John Lisle 2nd Baron Lisle (age 22), Ralph Stafford 1st Earl Stafford (age 38), Henry of Grosmont 1st Duke Lancaster (age 30), Walter Manny 1st Baron Manny (age 30), Hugh Despencer 1st Baron Despencer (age 32) and Richard Pembridge (age 20).
On 24 Jun 1373 King John I of Aragon (age 22) and Martha Armagnac Queen Consort Aragon (age 26) were married at Barcelona. She by marriage Queen Consort Aragon. She the daughter of John I Count Armagnac (deceased) and Beatrice Clermont Countess Armagnac. He the son of Peter IV King Aragon (age 53) and Eleanor Barcelona Queen Consort Aragon.
On 24 Jun 1380 John Hastings 3rd Earl Pembroke (age 7) and Elizabeth Lancaster Duchess Exeter (age 17) were married at Kenilworth Castle [Map]. She by marriage Countess Pembroke. She the daughter of John of Gaunt 1st Duke Lancaster (age 40) and Blanche Plantagenet Duchess Lancaster. He the son of John Hastings 2nd Earl Pembroke and Anne Manny Countess Pembroke. They were half third cousins. He a great x 2 grandson of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. She a granddaughter of King Edward III of England.
After 24 Jun 1380 John Hastings 3rd Earl Pembroke (age 7) and Elizabeth Lancaster Duchess Exeter (age 17) marriage annulled since she had become pregnant by John Holland 1st Duke Exeter (age 28) whom she subsequently married. It isn't clear whether John Holland was punished; he was half-brother to King Richard II of England (age 13) through their mother Joan "Fair Maid of Kent" Princess Wales (age 51).
On 24 Jun 1386 John Holland 1st Duke Exeter (age 34) and Elizabeth Lancaster Duchess Exeter (age 23) were married at Plymouth, Devon [Map]. She the daughter of John of Gaunt 1st Duke Lancaster (age 46) and Blanche Plantagenet Duchess Lancaster. He the son of Thomas Holland 1st Earl Kent and Joan "Fair Maid of Kent" Princess Wales. They were half second cousin once removed. He a great grandson of King Edward "Longshanks" I of England. She a granddaughter of King Edward III of England.
On 24 Jun 1439 Frederick "Empty Pockets" Habsburg 4th Duke Austria (age 57) died. His son Sigismund Habsburg 4th Duke Austria (age 11) succeeded 4th Duke Austria.
Coronation of the King:—Copies of warrants of various dates in May, June, July and August, 1 Henry VIII., for stuff provided by the Great Wardrobe against the Coronation of the King and Queen, and for their use and that of the Princess of Castile about that time. Folios 170–3 mainly refer to stuff for the nine henchmen and their master, and the five footmen (none named). Total for the King's coronation, 1, £749 8s. 4d.
Coronation of the Queen "le sage doctour"; Lady Eliz. Stafford, and seven other ladies and gentlewomen; Mrs. Mary Jernyngham; the Queen's stable; Sir Davy Owen, carver, and Richard Hastynges, cup-bearer for the King; Alexander Thrognall, chief carver, Edward Jernyngham, chief cup-bearer, and John Varney, chief sewer for the Queen; Sir Thomas Lovell, Treasurer of Household, Sir Andrew Wyndesore, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, my Lord of Oxford (age 9), Great Chamberlain of England, the Abbot of Westminster, and the Queen's Chancellor and Confessor.
Ff. 191b. and 192 are occupied with wages of skinners and other necessary expenses. Total for the Queen's coronation, 1,£536 16s. 2½d.
At f. 193 begins the list of purchases of scarlet and red cloth from John Bounde, John Saxey and many other merchants, the totals being scarlet 1,641 yds., red cloth 2,040 yds., and the whole cost 1,£307 11s. 3½d. F. 196b. contains the list of white and green woollen cloth (240 yds. of each) as purchased for 100 persons of the King's Bench and 60 of the Marshalsea "bearing tipped staves at the coronation." Total cost of silks, scarlet, red cloth and necessaries, 4,£748 6s. 3d.
At f. 198 begins a list showing number of yards (of scarlet and red cloth, as appears by totals of each kind noted page by page) delivered to each of the following, viz.:—
Edward Stafford 3rd Duke of Buckingham (age 31), Thomas Boleyn 1st Earl Wiltshire and Ormonde (age 32) and Thomas Howard 2nd Duke of Norfolk (age 66) attended. Henry Clifford 1st Earl of Cumberland (age 16) was knighted. Robert Dymoke (age 48) attended as the Kings's Champion. Robert Radclyffe 1st Earl of Sussex (age 26) was created Knight of the Bath and served as Lord Sewer.NOTEXT
Note a. In consequence of the erroneous idea that the Kings of England always ascended the throne immediately on the decease of the preceding sovereign, some authorities make the regnal years of Henry VIII. to commence on the 21st April, 1509, the day of his father's decease, but it is clearly established, as shown by Sir Harris Nicolas, that they ought to be computed from the day following, viz. April 22. The years in the text, howerer, are computed from Lord Mayor's day.
Note i. For the account of Henry's coronation with his queen, Kadiarine, see MS. Harleian. 169, Art 7.
Henry Machyn's Diary. 24 Jun 1561. The xxiiij day of June, was Mydsomer-day, at Grenwyche was grett tryum(ph) of the rever, a-gaynst the cou[rt; there] was a goodly castylle mad a-pone Temes, and men of armes with-in ytt, with gones and spers, for to deffend [the same,] and a-bowt ytt wher serten small pynnes with ... and grett shottyng of gonnes and horlyng of ba[lls of] wyld fyre, and ther was a barke with ij tope [castles ?] for the Quen('s) (age 27) grace to be in for to se the passe-tyme, the wyche was vere latt or yt was done.
On 24 Jun 1584 Dorothy Vernon (age 53) died. On 04 Jun 1611 John Manners (age 84) died at Haddon Hall [Map]. Both were buried at All Saint's Church, Bakewell, Derbyshire [Map]. Elizabethan Period facing each other. Complex armorial of his arms impaled with her arms.
On the left, Top Row: 1 Manners Augmented Arms 2 His great-grandmother Eleanor Ros.
Second Row: 5 Beauchamp Arms 6 Beaumont Arms 7 Berkeley Arms 8 Lisle Arms.
Third Row: 11 Tiptoft Arms.
On the right the arms of Dorothy Vernon (age 53). Top Row: 1 Vernon Arms. Her arms. Second Row: 5 Welles Arms. Third Row: 9 Tailboys Arms. Fourth Row: 10 Berkeley Arms.
On the left his arms from top left to bottom right:
On 24 Jun 1630 William Compton 1st Earl of Northampton died. His son Spencer Compton 2nd Earl of Northampton (age 29) succeeded 2nd Earl of Northampton 5C 1618, 3rd Baron Compton of Compton in Warwickshire. Mary Beaumont Countess of Northampton (age 26) by marriage Countess of Northampton.
Pepy's Diary. 24 Jun 1665. At noon Captain Ferrers and Mr. Moore dined with me, the former of them the first time I saw him since his coming from sea, who do give me the best conversation in general, and as good an account of the particular service of the Prince (age 45) and my Lord of Sandwich (age 39) in the late sea-fight that I could desire.
Evelyn's Diary. 24 Jun 1667. The Dutch fleet still continuing to stop up the river, so as nothing could stir out or come in, I was before the Council, and commanded by his Majesty (age 37) to go with some others and search about the environs of the city, now exceedingly distressed for want of fuel, whether there could be any peat, or turf, found fit for use. The next day, I went and discovered enough, and made my report that there might be found a great deal; but nothing further was done in it.
Evelyn's Diary. 24 Jun 1671. Constantine Huygens (age 74), Signor of Zuylichem, that excellent learned man, poet, and musician, now near eighty years of age, a vigorous, brisk man, came to take leave of me before his return into Holland with the Prince (age 20), whose Secretary he was.
In 24 Jun 1677 Dudley North 4th Baron North (age 75) died. His son Charles North 1st Baron Grey of Rolleston 1673-5th Baron North (age 41) succeeded 5th Baron North.
Evelyn's Diary. 24 Jun 1690. Dined with Mr. Pepys (age 57), who the next day was sent to the Gatehouse, and several great persons to the Tower [Map], on suspicion of being affected to King James (age 56); among them was the Earl of Clarendon, the Queen's (age 28) uncle. King William (age 39) having vanquished King James (age 56) in Ireland, there was much public rejoicing. It seems the Irish in King James's (age 56) army would not stand, but the English-Irish and French made great resistance. Schomberg (age 74) was slain, and Dr. Walker, who so bravely defended Londonderry. King William (age 39) received a slight wound by the grazing of a cannon bullet on his shoulder, which he endured with very little interruption of his pursuit. Hamilton (age 55), who broke his word about Tyrconnel (age 60), was taken. It is reported that King James (age 56) is gone back to France. Drogheda [Map] and Dublin [Map] surrendered, and if King William (age 39) be returning, we may say of him as Cæsar said, "Veni, vidi, vici". But to alloy much of this, the French fleet rides in our channel, ours not daring to interpose, and the enemy threatening to land.
On 24 Jun 1757 John St John 11th Baron St John Bletso (age 69) died. His son John St John 12th Baron St John Bletso (age 31) succeeded 12th Baron St John Bletso 1C 1559, 9th Baronet St John of Woodford in Northamptonshire 1660.
On 24 Jun 1769, three months after his divorce from his first wife Anne Liddell Duchess Grafton (age 32), Augustus Henry Fitzroy 3rd Duke Grafton (age 33) and Elizabeth Wrottesley Duchess Grafton (age 23) were married. She by marriage Duchess Grafton. He a great x 2 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 24 Jun 1780 William Bateman-Hanbury 1st Baron Bateman was born.
On 24 Jun 1800 Edward Seymour 11th Duke Somerset (age 25) and Charlotte Hamilton Duchess Somerset (age 28) were married. She by marriage Duchess Somerset. She the daughter of Archibald Hamilton 9th Duke Hamilton 6th Duke Brandon (age 59) and Harriet Stewart Duchess Hamilton Duchess Brandon. He the son of Webb Seymour 10th Duke Somerset and Anne Maria Bonnell Duchess Somerset.
On 24 Jun 1820 Newton Wallop aka Fellowes 4th Earl of Portsmouth (age 47) and Catherine Fortescue Countess Portsmouth (age 33) were married. She the daughter of Hugh Fortescue 1st Earl Fortescue (age 67) and Hester Granville Countess Fortescue (age 54). He the son of John Wallop 2nd Earl Portsmouth and Urania Fellowes.
On 24 Jun 1831 Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert 4th Earl Carnarvon was born to Henry John George Herbert 3rd Earl Carnarvon (age 31) and Henrietta Anna Howard-Molyneux-Howard Countess Carnarvon (age 26).NOTEXT
On 24 Jun 1877 John Manners-Sutton 3rd Viscount Canterbury (age 63) died.
On 24 Jun 1890 Frederick William Conyngham 6th Marquess Conyngham was born to Henry Conyngham 4th Marquess Conyngham (age 32) and Frances Elizabeth Sarah Eveleigh-de-Moleyns Marchioness Conyngham.
On 24 Jun 1892 Henry Thynne Lascelles 4th Earl Harewood (age 68) died. His son Henry Ulrick Lascelles 5th Earl Harewood (age 45) succeeded 5th Earl Harewood in Yorkshire, 5th Viscount Lascelles, 5th Baron Harewood of Harewood in Yorkshire 2C 1796. Florence Katharine Bridgeman Countess Harewood (age 33) by marriage Countess Harewood in Yorkshire.
On 24 Jun 1896 William Charles de Meuron "Billy" Wentworth-Fitzwilliam 7th and 5th Earl Fitzwilliam (age 23) and Maud Frederica Elizabeth Dundas Countess Fitzwilliam (age 18) were married at St Paul's Cathedral [Map]. She the daughter of Lawrence Dundas 1st Marquess Zetland (age 51) and Lilian Selina Elizabeth Lumley Marchioness Zetland (age 44). They were third cousins. He a great x 5 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 24 Jun 1902 William Henry Dudley Boyle 12th Earl Cork (age 28) and Florence Cecilia Keppel Countess Cork (age 31) were married. She the daughter of William Keppel 7th Earl Albermarle and Sophia Mary MacNab of Dundurn Castle (age 69). He a great x 5 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland. She a great x 5 granddaughter of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.
On 24 Jun 2002 Miles Stapleton Fitzalan Howard 17th Duke of Norfolk (age 86) died. His son Edward Fitzalan-Howard 18th Duke of Norfolk (age 45) succeeded 18th Duke Norfolk 3C 1483, 36th Earl Arundel Sussex, 19th Earl Surrey 3C 1483, 16th Earl Norfolk 5C 1644, 5th Baron Howard of Glossop in Derbyshire, 13th Baron Beaumont.NOTEXT
On 24 Jun 2005 John Vivian 4th Baron Swansea (age 80) died. His son Richard Anthony Hussey Vivian 5th Baron Swansea (age 48) succeeded 5th Baron Swansea of Singleton in Glamorganshire, 5th Baronet Vivian of Singleton in Swansea in Glamorganshire.