Pneumonia is in Diseases.
On 16 Sep 1607 Princess Mary Stewart 1605-1607 (2) died of pneumonia at the Stanwell Park Stanwell home of Thomas Knyvet 1st Baron Knyvet 1545-1622 (62) in whose care she had been placed. As soon as Mary died, the Earl of Worcester (57), the Earl of Leicester (43) and the Earl of Totnes (52) went to Hampton Court Palace, to inform the Queen (32) of her daughter's death. Seeing the three men before her, Queen Anne realized what had happened and spared the men the task of telling her.
In 1643 Edward Fitton 2nd Baronet 1603-1643 (40)died of consumption at the Siege of Bristol without surviving issue. He was buried at the Church of St James Gawsworth. Baronet Fitton of Gawsworth Hall extinct.
Originally a canopied monument what remains of the canopy is fixed to the wall. His daughter Margaret Fitton 1631-1638 (12) who predeceased him kneeling.
On 13 Feb 1662 Princess Elizabeth Stewart Queen Bohemia 1596-1662 (65) died of pneumonia shortly after midnight. She was buried at Westminster Abbey.
On 30 Oct 1735 Edmund Sheffield 2nd Duke of Buckingham and Normandby 1716-1735 (19)died of consumption at Rome unmarried and without issue. Duke of Buckingham and Normandby 4C 1822, Earl Mulgrave 1C 1626 and Baron Sheffield of Butterwick in Lincolnshire extinct
On 05 Jun 1807 Charles Gough Calthorpe 2nd Baron Calthorpe 1786-1807 (21)died of consumption unmarried at Flushing. On 05 Jun 1807 His brother George Gough Calthorpe 3rd Baron Calthorpe 1787-1851 (19) succeeded 3rd Baron Calthorpe.
On 27 Nov 1907 Cyril Flower 1st Baron Battersea 1843-1907 (64) died of pneumonia. Baron Battersea of Battersea in London and of Overstrand in Norfolk extinct.
On 24 Mar 1908 Spencer Cavendish 8th Duke Devonshire 1833-1908 (74) died of pneumonia at Hotel Metropol. His nephew Victor Christian William Cavendish 9th Duke Devonshire 1868-1938 (39) succeeded 9th Duke Devonshire, 12th Earl Devonshire. On 28 Mar 1908 he was buried in the Cavendish Plot St Peter's Church Edensor Chatsworth.
On 05 Apr 1908 Ronald Henry Fulke Greville 1864-1908 (43) died of pneumonia without issue following an operation, predeceasing his own father.
On 08 Feb 1915 Charles Stewart Vane-Tempest-Stewart 6th Marquess Londonderry 1852-1915 (62) died. His son Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart 7th Marquess of Londonderry 1878-1949 (36) succeeded 7th Marquess Londonderry.
09 Feb 1915. Times Newspaper Obituaries. The news of the death of the Marquess of Londonderry (62), which occurred at Wynyard, Stockton-on-Tees, yesterday morning, will be received with profound regret far beyond the circle of his personal friends or of the members of the Unionist Party. Lord Londonderry (62) had not been entirely well for some little time past. For a fortnight, it seems, he had been suffering from sciatica. Last week he caught a chill, from which pneumonia developed. On Sunday his condition was seen to be critical. During the night he collapsed, and the end came at 9.30 yesterday morning. Lady Londonderry, who had been in constant attendance on him during his illness, was present at the last, as also were Lady Ilchester (38) and Lord Herbert Vane-Tempest (52).
On 22 Nov 1926 Francis Pelham 7th Earl Chichester 1905-1926 (21) died of pneumonia unmarried at Stanmer Park Falmer Brighton. His brother John Pelham 8th Earl of Chichester 1912-1944 (14) succeeded 8th Earl Chichester 4C 1801, 9th Baron Pelham of Stanmer in Sussex and 13th Baronet Pelham of Laughton.
On 03 Jan 1934 Victor Albert Francis Spencer 3rd Baron Churchill Wychwood 1864-1934 (69) died of pneumonia.