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On 21 Apr 1509 King Henry VII of England and Ireland (age 52) died of tuberculosis at Richmond Palace [Map]. His son Henry VIII (age 17) succeeded VIII King England. Duke York 3C 1494 and Earl Chester 8C 1504 merged with the Crown.
On 10 Mar 1736 Colonel William Cosby (age 46) died of tuberculosis between 1 and 2 pm, in the Governor's House at Fort George, New York, today's Battery Park, New York City. He was initially buried in a vault at Fort George's chapel. But in 1788, his remains were moved to an unmarked grave at St Paul Church's Cemetery, New York, together with the remains of the Earl of Bellomont, who served as New York governor between 1698 and 1701.
On 25 Jun 1766 Elizabeth Lygon (age 24) died of consumption. She was buried at St Andrew's Church, Wimpole [Map]. White marble inscription scroll flanked by putti beneath a shaped cornice enriched with torches and an urn, and with apron framing a cartouche of arms
Elizabeth Lygon: Around 1742 she was born to Reginald Pyndar aka Lygon of Madresfield in Worcestershire (age 30) and Susannah Hamner (age 31). In 1762 John Yorke (age 33) and Elizabeth Lygon (age 20) were married. He the son of Philip Yorke 1st Earl of Hardwicke (age 71) and Margaret Cocks Countess Hardwicke.
In 1820 George Charles Canning (age 19) died of consumption.
On 10 Feb 1850 Elizabeth Martineau (age 55) died of tuberculosis.
In 1891 Kathleen MacDermott died of tuberculosis.
On 11 Aug 1899 John Vinton Dahlgren (age 31) died of tuberculosis. His funeral was held on 18 Aug 1899, in Washington, D.C. at Georgetown University's Dahlgren Chapel, which had been constructed six years earlier as a memorial to the death of Dahlgren's infant son, Joseph.
On 11 Jan 1934 María del Rosario de Silva Duchess of Alba (age 33) died of tuberculosis.