Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease

Disease is in Death.

1376 Death of the Black Prince

1415 Siege of Harfleur

1577 Oxford Black Assizes

1586 Exeter Black Assizes

1680 Siege of Tangier

1712 French Royal Family Deaths from Measles

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died from Diabetes

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Died from Lung Disease

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Blood Poisoning

On 11 Nov 1931 Archie Primrose (age 21) died of blood poisoning at Oxford, Oxfordshire [Map].

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Cancer

On 09 Apr 1873 Charles Allston Collins (age 45) died of cancer.

On 02 Jul 1908 Henry Arthur Cadogan (age 40) died of cancer at Temple House, Theobalds Park.

On 14 Sep 1997 Andrew Douglas Algernon Fountaine (age 78) died of cancer possibly at Swaffham Hospital otherwise at Narford Hall without issue. His brother John Brigg Charles Fountaine (age 74) inherited Narford Hall.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Cholera

On 16 May 1832 Casimir Pierre Périer (age 54) died of cholera.

On 05 Aug 1834 Richard King 2nd Baronet (age 59) died of cholera at Sheerness Isle of Sheppey [Map]. His son Richard Duckworth-King 3rd Baronet (age 29) succeeded 3rd Baronet King of Bellevue in Kent.

On 19 Dec 1851 Joseph Mallord William Turner (age 76) died of cholera at the home of Sophia Caroline Booth at 119 Cheyne Walk.

On 12 Aug 1854 Robert Jocelyn (age 38) died of cholera.

On 29 Jun 1879 Charles Bennet (age 28) died of cholera at India.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Convulsions

On 03 Oct 1675 Catherine Laura Stewart died of convulsions.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Diptherea

In 1749 Maria Lanove died of diptherea. Two of her children with Captain Philip Thicknesse (age 30) also died of the same disease.

On 17 Oct 1893 Violet Hyacinth Bowes-Lyon (age 11) died of diptherea.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Dysentery

On 01 Aug 1137 Louis "Fat" VI King France (age 55) died of dysentery. His son Louis VII King Franks (age 17) succeeded VII King of the Franks. Eleanor of Aquitaine Queen Consort Franks and England (age 15) by marriage Queen Consort Franks.

On 08 Jun 1376 Edward "Black Prince" (age 45) died of dysentery at Westminster Palace [Map]. He was buried in Canterbury Cathedral [Map]. His son Richard  (age 9) succeeded King England. His niece Philippa Plantagenet Countess March 5th Countess Ulster (age 20) succeeded Heir to the Throne of England.

On 17 Sep 1415 Michael de la Pole 2nd Earl Suffolk (age 54) died of dysentery. His son Michael de la Pole 3rd Earl Suffolk (age 21) succeeded 3rd Earl Suffolk. Elizabeth Mowbray Countess Suffolk (age 21) by marriage Countess Suffolk.

On 19 Oct 1595 Philip Howard 20th Earl Arundel (age 38) died of dysentery at Tower of London [Map]. He was buried at St Peter ad Vincula Church, Tower of London [Map], reburied at Arundel Cathedral, Sussex [Map] and then reburied in the Fitzalan Chapel, Arundel Castle [Map]. Earl Arundel Sussex, Earl Surrey, Baron Maltravers, Baron Arundel, Baron Mowbray, Baron Segrave forfeit.

He had been imprisoned for ten years and had never seen his son and heir Thomas Howard 21st Earl Arundel 4th Earl Surrey 1st Earl Norfolk (age 10) who had been born three months after he was imprisoned.

On 07 Dec 1674 Charles Hohenzollern (age 19) died of dysentery.

On 17 Oct 1680 Charles "Don Carlo" Fitzcharles 1st Earl Plymouth (age 23) died of dysentery at Tangier during the Siege of Tangier. Earl Plymouth, Viscount Totnes and Baron Dartmouth extinct.

In 1689 Bishop Thomas Cartwright (age 55) died of dysentery in Dublin [Map]. He was buried in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, Dublin [Map].

Before 1758 Robert Apreece (age 81) died of dysentery.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Fever

On 05 Nov 1624 James Wriothesley (age 19) died of fever at Roosendaal. On 28 Dec 1624 he was buried at Titchfield, Hampshire [Map].

In Apr 1741 Borlace Wallop (age 20) died of fever.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Gaol fever

Around Mar 1577 a virulent outbreak of gaol fever occurred in Oxford killing around 300 people.

After 25 Jul 1577 Robert Bell (age 38) died of gaol fever.

In Jul 1577 Thomas D'Oyly died.

In Mar 1586 a virulent outbreak of gaol fever occurred during the Assizes in Exeter, Devon [Map]. The cause according to modern medical opinion was typhus transmitted by the human body-louse. Among the dead victims were eight judges, eleven of the twelve jurors, several constables, and the surrounding population which was ravaged by the disease for several months.

Edward Flowerdew died of gaol fever.

On 28 Mar 1586 Thomas Carew of Haccombe (age 70) died of gaol fever.

On 31 Mar 1586 John Chichester died of gaol fever.

On 01 Apr 1586 Robert Carey (age 71) died of gaol fever.

On 02 Apr 1586 Arthur Bassett (age 45) died of gaol fever.

On 10 Apr 1586 Bernard Drake (age 58) died of gaol fever.

In 1592 Robert Denys died of gaol fever contracted whilst serving as a magistrate at the Lent Black Assizes of Exeter in 1586 which accounted for a number of deaths, including several other prominent Devonshire magistrates and visiting circuit judges.

On 16 Aug 1661 Thomas Fuller (age 53) typhus at his lodgings in Covent Garden [Map]. He was buried in St Dunstan Church Cranford.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Gout

In Mar 1691 John Riley (age 45) died of gout. He was buried in St Botolph's without Bishopgate.

On 03 Mar 1709 Thomas Felton 4th Baronet (age 59) died of gout. His brother Compton Felton 5th Baronet (age 59) succeeded 5th Baronet Felton of Playford in Suffolk.

On 29 Sep 1719 Henry Johnson Baron Wentworth (age 58) died of gout at Bath, Somerset [Map].

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Influenza

On 03 Jan 1894 Hungerford Crewe 3rd Baron Crewe (age 81) died of influenza unmarried. Baron Crewe of Crewe in Cheshire extinct. His estates were inherited by his nephew Robert Offley Ashburton Crewe Milnes 1st Marquess of Crewe (age 35) who adopted the additional surname Crewe.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Malaria

On 10 Jun 1584 Francis Valois Duke Anjou (age 29) died of malaria unmarried.

On 28 Apr 1921 Alastair Sutherland-Leveson-Gower (age 31) died of malaria while taking part in a big game expedition in Rhodesia.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Measles

In Jan 1661 Anne Ogilvy Countess Glancairn died of measles.

On 12 Feb 1712 Maria Adelaide Savoy (age 26) died of measles at Versailles.

On 18 Feb 1712 Louis Bourbon Duke Burgundy (age 29) died of measles contracted when nursing his wife Maria Adelaide Savoy (age 26) who had died six days previously.

On 08 Mar 1712, their eldest son, heir to the throne, Louis Bourbon Duke Brittany (age 5) died of measles.

The heir to the French throne their only remaining son Louis (age 1), aged two, great-grandson of the reigning monarch Louis "Sun King" XIV King France (age 73) succeeded his great-grandfather three years later in 1715.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Meningitis

On 14 Jun 1939 Johanna Hesse Darmstadt (age 2) died of meningitis.

On 28 May 1948 Unity Valkyrie Mitford (age 33) died of meningitis caused by the cerebral swelling around the bullet that had lodged in her brain after she had shot herself in Dec 1939.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Pleurisy

On 09 Jun 1511 William Courtenay 1st Earl Devon (age 36) died of pleurisy. His son Henry Courtenay 1st Marquess Exeter (age 15) succeeded 2nd Earl Devon. His widow Catherine York Countess Devon (age 31) subsequently took a vow of celibacy in the presence of Bishop Richard Fitzjames on 13 Jul 1511.

On 19 Feb 1625 Arthur Chichester 1st Baron Chichester (age 61) died of pleurisy. He was buried in St Nicholas' Church, Carrickfergus, County Antrim.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Quinsy

On 25 Mar 1650 John Williams Archbishop of York (age 68) died of quinsy.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Scarlet Fever

On 27 Mar 1714 Charlotte Amalie Hesse-Kassel Queen Consort Denmark and Norway (age 63) died of scarlet fever.

On 30 Apr 1810 Charles James Yorke (age 12) died of scarlet fever.

In 1835 Georgiana Carolina Dashwood Lady Astley (age 39) died of scarlet fever at King's Bench Prison [Map].

In 1843 Louisa Rous died of scarlet fever.

In 1867 Mary Spencer Stanhope (age 7) died of scarlet fever. She was buried at the English Cemetery, Florence. Her headstone was designed by her father.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Spotted Fever

On 02 Jul 1660 Samuel Crew died of spotted fever.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Typhoid

In 1644 Oliver Cromwell (age 22) died of typhoid.

On 10 Nov 1669 Elizabeth de St Michel (age 29) died of typhoid.

On 01 Dec 1871 George Philip Cecil Arthur Stanhope 7th Earl Chesterfield (age 40) died of typhoid unmarried. His third cousin George Philip Stanhope 8th Earl Chesterfield (age 49) succeeded 8th Earl Chesterfield, 8th Baron Stanhope of Shelford in Nottinghamshire. He had been staying at Londesborough Lodge Scarborough with the Prince of Wales (age 30) who also contracted typhoid but survived.

On 01 Dec 1893 Gerald Fitzgerald 5th Duke Leinster (age 42) died of typhoid. His son Maurice Fitzgerald 6th Duke Leinster (age 6) succeeded 6th Duke Leinster.

On 08 Mar 1916 Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Arthur Clowes (age 48) died of typhoid whilst on active service at Cairo. He was buried at the Cairo War Memorial Cemetery Plot D.344.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Typhus

On 15 Dec 1849 Archduke Ferdinand Karl Viktor of Austria-Este (age 28) died of typhus.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of Yellow Fever

On 16 Sep 1746 Thomas Davers (age 57) died of yellow fever in Jamaica.

On 24 Nov 1807 Lieutenant Nevile Fane (age 19) died of yellow fever at Bridgetown Barbados where he was buried.

In 1808 Lieutenant Charles Cecil Bisshop (age 23) died of yellow fever in Jamaica after the frigate Muros was wrecked whilst endeavouring to destroy some batteries near Havana, Cuba.

In 1825 Augustus James Champion de Crespigny died of yellow fever.

In 1862 Bishop Charles Caulfield (age 58) died of yellow fever.

Culture, General Things, Death and Illness, Death, Disease, Died of a Heart Attack

On 20 Nov 1863 James Bruce 12th Earl Kincardine 8th Earl Elgin (age 52) died of a heart attack while crossing a swinging rope and wood bridge over the river Chadly, on the lap between Kullu and Lahul in Himachal Pradesh. He was buried at St John in the Wilderness Church, Dharamshala. His son Victor Bruce 13th Earl Kincardine 9th Earl Elgin (age 14) succeeded 13th Earl Kincardine, 9th Earl Elgin.