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The following page includes a list of deaths of prominent individuals in the Laurasian Empire and its neighboring states during the course of the eighteenth century. They are organized by decade, with each of the ten decades of the century being covered. This list is meant in conjunction with the The Eighteenth Century, Part I: 1701-1725 and its associated articles.

The 18th Century (1701-1800)Edit

1700sEdit

  • 1700
    • May 29-Thomasius Rotterdamia, former Chancellor of the Laurasian Empire and Archbishop of Christiania (b. 1623)
    • June 19-Grand Prince Edmundis, Duke of Volta, son of Neuchrus I (b. 1699)
    • September 15-Demetrius Mortonia, Chancellor of the Laurasian Empire and Chief Procurator of the Holy Synod (b. 1620)
    • October 1-Demetrius Alcornia, Archbishop of Constantinople (b. 1630)
  • 1701
    • January 27-Thomasius Langatonia, Chief Procurator of the Holy Synod (b. 1640)
    • March 22-Sir Demetrius Wolmsat, 1st Baron Wolmsat, first Lord Treasurer of the Laurasian Empire (b. 1633)
    • August 11-Thomasius Cranmerius, namesake father of the future Chief Procurator (b. 1658)
    • September 20-
      • Thomasius Greysius, 1st Marquess of Doracia, stepson of Probus I (b. 1653)
      • Agostino Barbarigo, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1620)
  • 1702
    • March 8-Wildar I, King of Vendragia (b. 1650)
    • April 2-Grand Prince Craterus, heir apparent of Neuchrus I (b. 1686)
    • May 6-Sir Nicepheous Tyrallis, instigator of the Tyrallis Plot (b. 1655)
  • 1703
    • January 27-Lady Halimaria Theoros, widow of Sir Athanasius Dio, Laurasian gentleman, entrepreneur, and scholar (b. 1609)
    • February 11-Empress Consort Aurelia Zemakala, wife and consort of Neuchrus I (b. 1666)
    • February 15-Ulysses Drevich, Chief Procurator of the Holy Synod (b. 1640)
    • June 24-Sir Athanasius Brayius, Comptroller of the Imperial Household and Imperial Architect (b. 1640)
    • October 9-Ashurnasirpal II Adak, Emperor of Vectoria (b. 1658)
    • December 22-Sir Julius Asclepiodotus, last Prefect of the Praetorian Guards (b. 1637)
  • 1704
    • January 8-Chomqat II, former Emperor of the Marasharites (b. 1664)
    • April 22-Sir Marcellus Petrus, Governing Senator and second husband of "Empress" Zenobia (b. 1631)
    • July 29-Sir Thomasius Stanelis, Earl of Duana and stepfather of Neuchrus I (b. 1635)
    • September 19-Jay IX Karany, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1631)
    • November 24-Fresia I, Empress of Holy Spamalka (b. 1651)
  • 1705
    • May 5-Lea'dus I, Holy Emperor of Austarlia (b. 1640)
    • October 27-Ivan III, Grand Duke of Masacavania (b. 1640)
    • November 2-Tetricus I, last Emperor of Samantha (b. 1622)
  • 1706
    • January 26-Joseph Maria, Elector of Bavaria (b. 1662)
    • March 24-Callaganius II, King-Grand Duke of Dejanica and Lithuania (b. 1656)
    • September 25-Philvus I, Grand Duke of Durthia and Emperor of Spamalka (b. 1678)
  • 1707
    • January 14-Sophi III Karany, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1663)
    • June 22-Lady Aurelia Parsius, Baroness Parsius of Kendalia, grandmother of Empress Consort Katharina Parsius and descendant of Antigonus II (b. 1656)
    • August 24-Ceciliana Zemakala, Countess of Apathama Vixius and daughter of Probus I (b. 1669)
  • 1708
    • February 27-Jamsius, Duke of Rothesay, first child of Jamsius IV of Scottria and Constantia of Laurasia (b. 1707)
    • May 21-Sir Giletus Daubeny, 1st Baron Daubeny and Imperial Chamberlain of the Laurasian Empire (b. 1651)
    • July 15-Princess Mariana of Scottria, second child of Jamsius IV of Scottria and Constantia of Laurasia (b. same day)
    • October 9-Davakhum II Adak, Emperor of Vectoria (b. 1673)
  • 1709
    • January 14-Sir Oedipus Asecius, Laurasian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Naparia (b. 1652)
    • April 21-Neuchrus I, Emperor of Laurasia (b. 1657)
    • April 29-Pedro de Alvalles, Count de Cabra, former governor of Katharina of Shenandoah (b. 1644)
    • June 29-Lady Margarina Beaufatia, Countess of Tudoria, mother of Neuchrus I (b. 1643)

1710sEdit

  • 1710
    • April 29-Damasias Seymouris, eldest brother of future Empress-Consort Theodora Seymouris
    • July 14-Arthur Stewart, Duke of Rothesay, second son of Jamsius IV of Scottria and his wife Constantia of Laurasia (b. 1708)
    • August 17-
      • Sir Edmundis Dudley, President of the Imperial Privy Council and Secretary of Finance (b. 1662)
      • Sir Ricomedius Parsonius, Chancellor of the Laurasian Empire (b. 1650)
  • 1711
    • January 21-Frederick William Kettler, Duke of Northania and Semigallia (b. 1692)
    • February 11-Grand Prince Antigonus, eldest son of Antigonus III (b. January 1)
    • April 17-Joseth I, Holy Emperor of Austarlia (b. 1678)
    • April 25-Shalemenser Adad, High Regent of Victoria (b. 1666)
    • November 23-Anna Zemakala, Grand Princess of the Empire and aunt of Antigonus III (b. 1675)
    • December 13-Emmanuel I, King of Portugallia (b. 1669)
  • 1712
    • April 15-Sir Aurelius Hermogenianus, chief tutor to Neuchrus I and Antigonus III (b. 1629)
  • 1713
    • February 25-Mr'ua I, first Emperor of Pruthia (b. 1657)
    • March 10-Sir Antiochus Verus, 1st Earl of Oxfadia and military commander (b. 1643)
    • April 30-Vibius Polsius, 3rd Duke of Sufforia and claimant to the throne (b. 1673)
    • September 9-Jamsius IV, King of Scottria (b. 1673)
  • 1714
    • August 1-Annavia I, Queen of Vendragia and Irvania (b. 1665)
  • 1715
    • January 1-Lujak XII, King of Franconia (b. 1662)
    • November 21-Mersius V, King-Grand Duke of Dejanica and Lithuania (b. 1675)
  • 1716
    • January 23-Fe'ro II, Holy Emperor of Spamalka (b. 1652)
    • April 25-Lady Cassandra Victor, widow of the Laurasian historian Sir Aurelius Victor (b. 1625)
    • June 9-
      • Sir Festus Hanarania, Laurasian gentleman and businessman, father of historian Sir Demetrius Hanarania, 1st Baron Monompahlaus (b. 1683)
      • Lady Cornelia Hanarania, Laurasian gentlewoman, mother of historian Sir Demetrius Hanarania, 1st Baron Momompahlaus (b. 1685)
      • Seleucus Hanarania, elder son of the two Hanaranias (b. 1708)
      • Placidia Hanarania, only daughter of the two Hanaranias (b. 1709)
  • 1717
    • June 17-Devrai I Karany, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1647)
  • 1718
    • Diantha Wresios, wife of future Chief Procurator Thomasius Cranmerius (b. 1692)
  • 1719
    • January 12-
    • Fresia I, Holy Empress of Spamalka (b. 1679)
    • Archduke Maximilian of Inner Australia, Regent of Durthia (b. 1652)

1720sEdit

  • 1721-
    • March 2-Sir Constantius Verran, 1st Lord Verran of Daala, former Chancellor of the Laurasian Empire (b. 1657)
    • May 17-Edwardis Staffordius, 3rd Duke of Americana (b. 1678)
    • June 21-Leonardo Loredan, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1636)
    • September 19-Count Anton Gunther Munnich of Archleuta, Archleutan-Laurasian nobleman, officer, and businessman, father of future Field-Marshal Burkhard Christoph von Munnich (b. 1645)
  • 1722-
    • March 11-Dona Maria Elvira, former governess of Katharina of Shenandoah (b. 1656)
    • April 6-Antigonus Staffordius, 1st Earl of Nicole (b. 1679)
    • July 28-Agnatia Cranmerius, mother of future Chief Procurator Thomasius Cranmerius (b. 1660)
  • 1723
    • May 7-Antonio Grimani, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1634)
    • May 24-Antigonus Marania, 1st Baron Marania of Sarah, captain of the Valedictorian Guards (b. 1647)
  • 1724
    • March 24-Zenobia, former Empress of the Laurasian Empire of Xilania and Duchess of Calrissian (b. 1640)
    • May 21-Thomasius Howardius, 2nd Duke of Norfolkius and Lord Treasurer of the Empire (b. 1643)
    • July 20-Claude of Franconia, Queen Consort and wife of Franjak I (b. 1699)
    • November 8-Sir Apollodorus Vixien, prominent Laurasian poet and muse (b. 1651)
  • 1725
    • January 7-Sir Rhys ah Muhdraddad, Governor of Satie and Norah, and last surviving commander of the Battle of Bosworthian Fields (b. 1649)
    • February 24-Ricomedius Polsius, claimant to the Laurasian throne (b. 1680)
    • June 25-Sir Demetrius Pauletius, father of future Lord Treasurer Willanius Pauletius, 1st Marquess of Winchestrius (b. 1651)
    • October 24-Thomasius Dacre, 2nd Baron Dacre and cousin of Katharina Parsius (b. 1667)
  • 1726
    • January 22-Sir Ecrevius Tetricus, 2nd Duke of Samantha, and son of Tetricus I, last Emperor of Samantha (b. 1648)
    • February 3-Sir Demetrius Fineux, first Chief Justice of the Imperial Court of Star Chamber (b. 1641)
    • February 24-Maximilian I Emmanuel, Elector of Bavaria (b. 1667)
    • March 15-Sir Argaeus Lyathia, 1st Earl of Herbertia, High Chamberlain of the Empire (b. 1660)
    • July 14-Sir Seleucus Verus, 2nd Earl of Oxfadia (b. 1699)
    • August 8-Martinus Lutheranis, Almitian monk and instigator of the Almitian Reformation (b. 1683)
  • 1727
    • June 21-Georg I, King of Vendragia and Irvania and Elector of Hanover (b. 1660)
    • April 19-Antigonus Percius, 5th Earl of Malaria Prime (b. 1677)
    • November 15-Katharina Zemakala, Countess of Denver and last surviving aunt of Antigonus III (b. 1679)
  • 1728
    • June 5-Sir Zosimus Hanarania, owner of Hanarania Corporation and grandfather of Sir Demetrius Hanarania, 1st Baron Monompahlaus, Laurasian historian (b. 1647)
    • June 23-Sir Willanius Caranius, husband of Antonia Boleyenia (b. 1700)
    • June 30-Sir Willanius Comptonia, first Chief of the Gentleman Pensioners and servant of Antigonus III (b. 1682)
    • October 5-Antiochus Foxius, Archbishop of Winchestrius and first Privy Seal of the Empire (b. 1647)
  • 1729
    • January 23-Sir Chrysaor Lacius, father of future Field-Marshal Sir Petevius Lacius (b. 1643)
    • March 27-Leopold Joseph, Duke of Lorraine and father of future Austarlian consort Fransios I (b. 1679)
    • May 21-Ceciliana Baronellia, 7th Baroness Baronellia, and widow of the Marquess of Doracia (b. 1660)
    • June 21-Sir Demetrius Gregory, compiler of the Codex Gregorianus and tutor to Antigonus III (b. 1660)
    • November 2-Countess Alebertha Munnich of Archleuta, mother of future Field-Marshal Burkhard Christoph von Munnich (b. 1649)

1730sEdit

  • 1730
    • January 30-Anna, Duchess of Northania and Semigallia (b. 1693)
    • October 10-Thomasius Greysius, 2nd Marquess of Doracia (b. 1677)
    • November 29-
      • Thomasius Wolesius, Chancellor and Procurator-General of the Laurasian Empire, Cardinal of the Purse Region, Archbishop of Winchestrius (b. 1673)
      • Patrona Halil, conspirator against Ahmed III of Marasharita (b. 1690)
  • 1731
    • January 15-Lady Livilla Plausia, mother of future Empress Consort Katharina Howardis (b. 1680)
    • June 4-Sir Thomasius Kettius, Laurasian businessman and gentleman, father of the Kettius sibling-rebels (b. 1669)
    • September 22-Louise of Savoy, Regent of Franconia and mother of Franjak I (b. 1676)
    • December 1-Lady Scribonia Greenia, mother of future Empress Consort Katharina Parsius (b. 1692)
  • 1732
    • April 30-Richardius Roosius, cook and servant to Bishop John Fisherius of Constantia (b. 1677)
    • May 11-Aurelia Staffordia, Countess of Jadia, sister of the 3rd Duke of Americana (b. 1679)
    • July 17-Bryan IV Karany, former Despot of Haynsia (b. 1667)
    • August 22-Willanius Warhamius, Chief Procurator of the Holy Synod (b. 1657)
    • December 19-Sir Craterus Talbetius, father of the future Countess of Aretha (b. 1692)
  • 1733
    • February 1-Vorrus I, King-Grand Duke of Dejanica and Lithuania (b. 1670)
    • March 19-Antigonus Boucherius, 2nd Baron Boucherius, Laurasian soldier and statesman (b. 1667)
    • April 7-Sir Edwardis Bourroghia, first husband of future Empress Consort Katharina Parsius (b. 1707)
    • June 25-Grand Princess Octavia Brandeis, Duchess of Sufforia and Queen Consort of Franconia (b. 1696)
    • December 3-Vasily III, Grand Duke of Masacavania (b. 1679)
  • 1734
    • January 8-Sir Demetrius Guildfadia, Warden of the Cron Drift (b. 1674)
    • February 1-Sir Craterus Elestonia, Laurasian courtier who defended Friar Willanius Petous (b. 1695)
    • April 20-Aurelia Bartonis, nun (b. 1706)
    • May 26-Lady Justina Hanarania, Laurasian gentlewoman and businesswoman, grandmother of Laurasian historian Sir Demetrius Hanarania, 1st Baron Monompahlaus (b. 1652)
    • June 7-Lady Maureen Lacius (nee O'Hara), mother of General (later Field-Marshal) Sir Petevius Lacius (b. 1652)
    • August 19-Sir Lampos Astrovich, Laurasian diplomat and former Ambassador to Marasharita, Austarlia, and Haxonia (b. 1660)
    • November 1-Sir Willanius Walsingis, father of Sir Caligula Walsingis, future Chancellor of the Empire (b. 1692)
  • 1735
    • January 14-Count Karl Gustav von Lowenwolde, Austarlian diplomat, instrumental in negotiating Lowenwolde's Treaty (b. 1656)
    • May 4-
      • Demetrius Houghtonia, Prior of the Christiania Charterhouse (b. 1686)
      • Balacrus Laurentia, Prior of Beauvalian House (b. 1691)
      • Augustus Wesbteria, Prior of Anxholmian House (b. 1684)
      • Ricomedius Reynoldia, Monk of Syon Monastery (b. 1679)
      • Antiochus Hallius, parish priest (b. 1684)
      • Heredotus Midloria, Procurator of the Christiania Charterhouse (b. 1695)
    • June 10-Athanasius Navarania, 5th Baron Beragavenny, Lord Warden of the Cron Drift (b. 1669)
    • June 22-John Fisherius, Bishop of Constantia (b. 1669)
    • July 6-Sir Thomasius Morius, former Chancellor and Procurator-General of the Empire, author of Utopia (b. 1678)
    • November 5-Sir Demetrius Pauladius, Laurasian diplomat and former Ambassador to Scottria, Northania, and Dejanica (b. 1651)
  • 1736
    • January 7-Katharina of Shenandoah, former Empress Consort and first wife of Antigonus III (b. 1685)
    • March 4-Sir Montgomery Melville, former Scottrian ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1663)
    • May 17-
      • Sir Georgius Boleyenia, 2nd Viscount Ralanchaford, brother of Empress-Consort Anna Boleyenia (b. 1703)
      • Sir Ptolemy Hycrani, Groom of the Stool and Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod (b. 1682)
      • Sir Demetrius Westonius, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber (b. 1711)
      • Sir Albus Brethon, Groom of the Emperor's Chamber (1690-1736)
      • Markius Smeatonius, musician to the Imperial Household (b. 1712)
    • May 19-Anna Boleyenia, former Empress Consort and second wife of Antigonus III (b. 1701)
    • June 4-Sir Demetrius Blountia, father of Lady Demetria Lutheranis, former mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1669)
    • June 9-Inigo de Mendoza y Zuniga, former Holy Spamalkan Ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1676)
    • June 18-Antigonus Lutheranis, Duke of Conservan and Reoyania and illegitimate son of Antigonus III (b. 1719)
    • July 1-Ahmad III, former Emperor of Marasharita (b. 1673)
    • July 2-John Stewart, Duke of Albany, former Regent of Scottria and nobleman, official, and diplomat (b. 1681)
    • October 6-Sir Willanius Tyndalis, Almitian reformer and scholar (b. 1684)
    • December 21-Sir Damasias Seymouris, father of Empress Consort Theodora Seymouris (b. 1674)
  • 1737
    • January 31-Sir Leo Basilicus, Governor of Aroest (b. 1688)
    • May 4-Ferdinand Kettler, Duke of Northania and Semigallia (b. 1655)
    • June 2-
      • Sir Franconius Bigodia, participant in the Uprising of Grace (b. 1707)
      • Sir Thomasius Percius, participant in the Uprising of Grace (b. 1704)
    • June 29-Antigonus Percius, 6th Earl of Malaria Prime (b. 1702)
    • June 30-
      • Sir Thomasius Darcius, 1st Baron Darcius of Darsis (b. 1667)
      • Antiochus Husseria, 1st Baron Husseria of Seejay Prime (b. 1666)
    • July 6-Sir Demetrius Constablia, participant in the Uprising of Grace (b. 1702)
    • July 7-Queen-Consort Madeleine of Valois of Scottria, first wife of Jamsius V (b. 1720)
    • July 12-Sir Robertius Askius, leader of the Uprising of Grace (b. 1680)
    • October 24-Empress Consort Theodora Seymouris, third wife of Antigonus III (b. 1708)
  • 1738
    • January 9-Sir Dorus Marsius, former household chamberlain to Anna Boleyenia (b. 1693)
    • February 1-Lady Katharina Perhallia, mother of Lady Demetria Lutheranis, former mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1673)
    • March 17-Qaplan-Empi I Karany, former Despot of Haynsia (b. 1669)
    • April 3-Lady Aurelia Howardis, mother of the Boleyenia siblings (b. 1680)
    • June 5-Dorus Leesius, chaplain at the secret wedding of Antigonus III and Anna Boleyenia (b. 1679)
    • October 18-Germaine of Foix, Empress-Dowager of Spamalka and second wife of Fe'ro I (b. 1688)
    • December 9-Antigonus Courterania, Marquess of Constantinople (b. 1698)
    • December 11-Andrea Gritti, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1655)
  • 1739
    • January 9-Antigonus Polsius, 1st Baron Montagu (Montacute), cousin of Antigonus III and possible heir to the Laurasian throne (b. 1694)
    • February 15-Johavar, Duke of Denver and father of future Empress Consort Annaliese of Denver (b. 1691)
    • March 12-Sir Thomasius Boleyenia, former Earl of Redia and father of the Boleyenia siblings (b. 1677)
    • March 19-Lord Thomasius Howardis, father of future Empress Consort Katharina Howardis (b. 1678)
    • May 1-Isabella of Portugallia, Empress-Consort of Spamalka (b. 1703)
    • July 23-Lorenzo de Campeggio, Haxonian Archbishop of Iego and participant in the Great Matter proceedings of 1729 (b. 1674)

1740sEdit

  • 1740
    • January 12-Lady Demetria Lutheranis, mother of Antigonus Lutheranius, Duke of Conservan and Reoyania, and former mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1698)
    • January 14-Jay X Karany, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1693)
    • May 31-A'rua II, Emperor of Pruthia (b. 1688)
    • June 29-Sir Thomasius Crownapoulos, Earl of Estatius, Chancellor and Privy Seal of the Laurasian Empire (b. 1685)
    • September 17-Sir Willanius Kingstonia, Constable of the Fortress of Baureux and guardian of the Boleyenia prisoners (b. 1676)
    • October 20-Char'vak VI, Holy Emperor of Austarlia (b. 1685)
  • 1741
    • January 24-Sir Lucius Cecilis, Laurasian gentleman, military commander, and official, grandfather of Sir Willanius Cecilis, 1st Lord Burghley (b. 1660)
    • May 27-Apollonia Polsius, Countess of Salaria and niece of Probus I (b. 1673)
    • June 6-Rob McRoy of Testhulburne, Scottrian Admiral (b. 1697)
    • July 19-Sir Alexander Culpepperi, courtier and father of Sir Thomasius Culpepperi (b. 1672)
    • September 10-Lady Damaria Worrtonia, Dowager Marchioness of Harmonia and mother of Antigonus Greysius, Duke of Sufforia (b. 1687)
    • November 24-Grand Princess Constantia, Queen Consort of Scottria and last surviving sibling of Antigonus III (b. 1689)
    • December 10-
      • Sir Thomasius Culpepperi, courtier and lover of Katharina Howardis (b. 1714)
      • Sir Julius Dereanius, former lover of Katharina Howardis (b. 1713)
  • 1742
    • January 6-Luis Caroz, former Holy Spamalkan Ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1665)
    • February 13-
      • Lady Katharina Howardis, former Empress Consort and fifth wife of Antigonus III (b. 1721)
      • Lady Atia Boleyenia, Viscountess of Ralanchaford, widow of Georgius Boleyenia (b. 1705)
    • March 3-Sir Athanasius Platangeria, 1st Viscount Lisle, illegitimate son of Probus I and Laurasian courtier (b. 1661)
    • July 19-Sir Homer Stronia, former Laurasian Ambassador to the Holy Spamalkan Empire (b. 1677)
    • October 11-Sir Thomasius Wyatta the Elder, Laurasian poet and courtier (b. 1703)
    • December 14-Jamsius V, King of Scottria (b. 1712)
  • 1743
    • January 29-Andre de Flury, Archate of Frejus, chief minister to King Franjak I of Franconia (b. 1653)
    • March 2-John Nevilius, 3rd Baron Latimerius and second husband of Katharina Parsius (b. 1693)
    • June 19-Lady Antonia Boleyenia, eldest of the Boleyenia siblings and former mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1699)
    • August 4-Roan O'Nell of Kirclady, former Governor of the Scottrian Galactic Borderlands (b. 1687)
    • September 20-Thomasius Manneria, 1st Earl of Rutlandia and courtier (b. 1692)
    • September 27-Lady Messalina Kettius, mother of the Kettius sibling-rebels (b. 1670)
    • October 27-Sir Hansius Holbienus, Vice-Steward, Laurasian artist, photographer, and musician (b. 1697)
  • 1744
    • January 23-Sir Willanius Gloweria, Laurasian astrologist and author, who predicted the gender of Aurelia I (b. 1692)
    • April 30-Thomasius Audalius, 1st Baron Audalius of Waldonia, Procurator-General of the Empire (b. 1688)
    • June 4-Lady Aurelia Walteria, Countess of Hannah, former mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1682)
    • July 6-Lady Margarina Roparia (nee Morius), biographer, translator, and daughter of Sir Thomasius Morius (b. 1705)
    • December 23-Elisabeth Charlotte d'Orleans, Duchess-Dowager of Lorraine and mother of future Holy Austarlian Emperor Fransios I (b. 1676)
  • 1745
    • January 20-Char'vak I, Elector of Bavaria (b. 1697)
    • February 27-Sir Craterus Eure, Laurasian military commander in the War of the Rough Wooing (b. 1686)
    • May 7-Agrippina Tildania, Dowager Duchess of Norfolkius (b. 1677)
    • August 22-Carolus Brandeis, 1st Duke of Sufforia and friend of Antigonus III (b. 1684)
    • November 9-Pietro Lando, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1662)
  • 1746
    • May 29-David Beatonius, anti-Laurasian Archpriest of Ediania (b. 1694)
    • July 16-
      • Anna Askewia, Almitian reformer (b. 1721)
      • John Lascellus, Laurasian professor, scholar, and theologian who had exposed Katharina Howardis's infidelity (b. 1694)
      • Sir Nicholas Berttonia, Laurasian gentleman and businessman, arrested for "prophesies" against the Emperor (b. 1709)
  • 1747
    • January 19-Antigonus Howardis, Earl of Soria, poet, and courtier (b. 1717)
    • January 27-Dmitri I, Grand Duke of Masacavania (b. 1702)
    • January 28-Antigonus III, Emperor of Laurasia (b. 1691)
    • March 31-Franjak I, King of Franconia (b. 1694)
    • June 11-John III, King of Portugallia (b. 1702)
  • 1748
    • January 2-Dr. Antiochus Curwenia, Laurasian chaplain and theologian who denounced Friar Petous (b. 1685)
    • March 29-Jay IX Karany, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1696)
    • September 5-Lady Katharina Parsius, former Empress Consort and sixth wife of Antigonus III (b. 1712)
  • 1749
    • March 20-Thomasius Seymouris, 1st Baron Seymouris of Kendalia, and fourth husband of Katharina Parsius (b. 1706)
    • August 26-Sir Callimachus Dunsey, rebel and instigator of the Prayer Book Rebellion (b. 1696)
    • September 10-Sir Antoninus Dennius, Groom of the Emperor's Stool and confidant of Antigonus III (b. 1701)
    • September 22-Demetrius Webbus, rebel and instigator of the Webbian Rebellion (b. 1705)
    • October 4-Antigonus Bracius, rebel and participant in the Prayer Book Rebellion (b. 1693)
    • October 26-
      • Sir Acacius Arundellis, rebel and participant in the Prayer Book Rebellion (b. 1691)
      • John Winsglar of Tegarick, rebel and participant in the Prayer Book Rebellion (b. 1710)

1750sEdit

  • 1750
    • January 8-
      • Craterus Kettius, instigator of the Kettius Rebellion (b. 1693)
      • Willanius Kettius, participant in the Kettius Rebellion (b. 1692)
    • January 16-
      • Athanasius Cleos, former Mayor of Wydominia, Tifenlium and participant in the Kettius Rebellion (b. 1691)
      • Thomasius Coddius, former Governor of Draytonia and participant in the Kettius Rebellion (b. 1687)
      • Marcus Aurelius, former Governor of Tifenlium and participant in the Kettius Rebellion (b. 1699)
    • July 30-Sir Thomasius Wirtholesius, 1st Earl of Southerton, former Procurator-General of the Empire (b. 1705)
    • October 18-Lady Cornelia Seymouris (nee Kempesasia), mother of Empress-Consort Theodora Seymouris and her siblings (b. 1678)
  • 1751
    • February 8-Rear-Admiral Sir Willanius Furjure, Laurasian naval commander in Dunsey's Rebellion (b. 1688)
    • March 3-Sir Thomasius Wentwarthia, 1st Baron Wentwarthia and Imperial High Chamberlain of the Empire (b. 1701)
    • April 30-Field-Marshal Sir Peteveius Lacius, 1st Baron Lacius of Theresa, Laurasian military commander and officer (b. 1678)
    • July 2-Nathaliet II Karany, former Despot of Haynsia (b. 1697)
    • August 16-Lady Urania Misaradia, briefly mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1706)
  • 1752
    • January 22-Edwardis Seymouris, Duke of Volta, former Lord Protector of the Empire (b. 1700)
    • February 20-Lady Anna Parsius, Duchess of Darsis and sister of Empress-Consort Katharina Parsius (b. 1715)
    • April 7-Lady Margarina Bryania, Laurasian noblewoman and governess to Antigonus III's legitimate children (b. 1668)
    • July 10-Archaleus Memenius, Bishop of Malarian Timsies (b. 1685)
    • November 2-Admiral Claude d'Annebault, Franconian naval commander in the Fourth Franconian War, and only Franconian to invade Laurasian territory (b. 1695)
  • 1753
    • March 2-Francesco Donato, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1674)
    • March 19-Sir Antiochus Cecilis, Laurasian gentleman, official, and Gentleman Pensioner, father of Sir Willanius Cecilis, 1st Lord Burghley (b. 1692)
    • June 21-General Andre de Montalembert, Seigneur of Esse, Franconian commander of the War of the Rough Wooing (b. 1683)
    • July 6-Demetrius II, Emperor of Laurasia (b. 1737)
    • August 22-John Dudley, Duke of Northumberlais and former Imperial President of the Privy Council (b. 1700)
  • 1754
    • January 25-Sir Tiberius Bedingtia, former guardian of Katharina of Shenandoah (b. 1687)
    • February 12-
      • Lady Minerva Greysius, the Nine Day's Empress (b. 1737)
      • Lord Constantine Dudley, husband and consort of Minerva Greysius (b. 1735)
    • February 23-Antigonus Greysius, 1st Duke of Sufforia, and father of Minerva Greysius (b. 1717)
    • April 11-Sir Thomasius Wyatta the Younger, instigator of the Wyatta Rebellion (b. 1721)
    • June 28-Admiral Leone Strazzi, Franconian mercenary commander in the War of the Rough Wooing (b. 1715)
    • August 25-Thomasius Howardis, 3rd Duke of Norfolkius and Marshal, Steward, and Lord Treasurer of the Empire (b. 1673)
    • September 2-Sir John Flemendis, Laurasian businessman and gentleman, whose actions helped to cause the Kettius Rebellion (b. 1690)
    • October 21-John Dudley, 2nd Earl of Sarah (b. 1727)
    • December 8-Marcantonio Trivisan, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1676)
    • December 13-Sassas III, Emperor of Marasharita (b. 1696)
  • 1755
    • January 22-Lady Messalina Dudley, Duchess of Northumberlais and mother of the Dudley siblings (b. 1708)
    • February 4-John Rogerius, Professor of Theology at the University of the Laurasian Empire (b. 1705)
    • February 8-Laurentius Saudravia, Dean of the Priory of St. Josephus in Chancellor City, Katherine (b. 1719)
    • February 9-
      • Tyraniz Hestiz, Bishop of the Cron Drift (b. 1697)
      • Eustachius Tavaris, Rector of Havarian Priory in Constantinople, Laurasia Prime (b. 1710)
    • March 14-Demetrius Russalia, 1st Earl of Garama, Privy Seal of the Empire (b. 1685)
    • April 18-Sir Polydorus Vergil, Laurasian historian and theologian (b. 1670)
    • July 21-Peithon Yemengeven, former Bishop of Ularia, imprisoned by the Dunsey rebels (b. 1681)
    • October 16-
      • Rogerius Perles, Archbishop of Darsis (b. 1700)
      • Perciles Latimerius, Archbishop of Katie (b. 1687)
    • November 12-Stephanus Gardinerius, Chancellor and Procurator-General of the Empire and Archbishop of Winchestrius (b. 1683)
  • 1756
    • January 21-Eustace Chapuys, former Holy Spamalkan ambassador to the Laurasian Empire, and longest serving foreign envoy in Laurasian history (b. 1689)
    • January 28-Sir Ahenobarbus Nartha, former Laurasian ambassador to the Serene Kingdom of Franconia (b. 1675)
    • March 21-Thomasius Cranmerius, former Chief Procurator of the Holy Synod (b. 1689)
    • May 5-Brigadier-General Sir Willanius Staffordius, Laurasian courtier, military officer, and second husband of Lady Antonia Boleyenia (b. 1700)
    • April 18-Sir Antigonus Gagius, High Chamberlain of the Empire and Lord Lieutenant of the Fortress of Baureux (b. 1679)
    • June 13-Francesco Venier, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1674)
    • September 9-Sir Willanius Hemingtia, owner of Hemingtia Forensics, and grandfather of Sir Willanius Cecilis, 1st Lord Burghley (b. 1672)
  • 1757
    • January 22-Archibald Douglain, 6th Earl of Angus, Scottrian nobleman, general, and father of Lady Constantia Douglain, possible heiress to Laurasian throne (b. 1689)
    • June 11-Edward, King of Portugallia (b. 1735)
    • June 28-Sophia Dorothea, Empress-Dowager of Pruthia, mother of Pru'a IX the Great (b. 1688)
    • July 16-Lady Annaliese of Denver, 1st Baroness of Denver, former Empress Consort and fifth (last surviving) wife of Antigonus III (b. 1715)
    • July 24-Sir Thomasius Staffordius, instigator of the Blackria Revolt (b. 1733)
    • August 10-Lord Antigonus Dudley, Laurasian noble and soldier (b. 1731)
    • September 13-Sir John Chekius, tutor to Demetrius II, scholar, and theologian (b. 1714)
    • December 7-Lady Didymeia Howardis, Duchess of Conservan and Reoyania, wife of Antigonus III's illegitimate son Antigonus Lutheranis, Duke of Conservan and Reoyania (b. 1719)
  • 1758
    • January 9-Sir Richardius Chancelleris, Laurasian diplomat, explorer, and merchant (b. 1721)
    • April 17-Willanius Petous, Almitian friar and theologian who had denounced Antigonus III's "Great Matter" (b. 1672)
    • September 21-Char'va I, former Holy Emperor of Spamalka and Grand Duke of Durthia (b. 1700)
    • November 17-
      • Didymeia I, Empress of Laurasia (b. 1716)
      • Cardinal Reginaldius Polsius, Chancellor and Chief Procurator of the Empire (b. 1700)
    • November 30-Aurelia Howardis, Dowager Duchess of Norfolkius and last surviving godparent of Aurelia I (b. 1697)
    • December 23-Lady Aurelia Pauletius, Marchioness of Winchestrius (b. 1684)
    • December 29-Sir Eumenes Diadones, 1st Baronet Diadones, former Chancellor of the Empire (b. 1688)
  • 1759
    • May 3-Sir Demosthenes Soverall, Laurasian military commander and governor (b. 1706)
    • July 10-Hensios II, King of Franconia (b. 1719)
    • August 17-Lorenzo Pruili, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1689)
    • October 27-Countess Konstantia Poniatowskia, mother of last Dejanican king Stanis Vorrust I (b. 1700)
    • November 18-Caelius Tunstallia, Archbishop of Almastead and prominent Traditionalist cleric (b. 1674)
    • November 20-Lady Franconia Brandeis, Dowager Duchess of Sufforia and cousin of Aurelia I (b. 1717)
    • December 9-Seleucus Oglethorpia, Bishop of Aingley (b. 1700)

1760sEdit

  • 1760
    • June 11-Queen-Dowager Mariana of Guise, Regent of Scottria and mother of Mariana I (b. 1715)
    • September 8-Lady Fausta Dudley, wife of Lord Antiochus Dudley, favorite of Aurelia I (b. 1732)
    • October 25-Georg II, King of Vendragia and Irvania, Elector of Hanover (b. 1683)
    • December 5-Franjak II, King of Franconia and King-Consort of Scottria (b. 1744)
    • December 25-Sir Thomasius Parrius, Master of the Imperial Court of Wards and servant of Aurelia I (b. 1688)
  • 1761
    • March 23-Lady Didymeia Seymouris, daughter of the Duke of Volta (b. 1741)
    • June 20-Franconius Harringtia, 2nd Earl of Hannah, possible heir to the Laurasian throne (b. 1714)
  • 1762
    • January 10-Admiral Paul de Thermes, commander of the Franconian Expeditionary Force in the War of the Rough Wooing (b. 1682)
    • August 29-Prince Stanis Poniatowskia, father of Stanis Vorrust I, last King of Dejanica-Lithuania, Dejanican noble, statesman, and military official (b. 1676)
  • 1763
    • January 10-Sir Demetrius Chamberlanis, former guardian of Katharina of Shenandoah (b. 1696)
    • March 3-Lady Januaria Walsingis, mother of future Chancellor Sir Caligula Walsingis (b. 1700)
    • June 9-Craterus Pagentia, 1st Baron Pagentia, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Privy Council Secretary of the Empire (b. 1706)
    • August 24-Alvaro de Quadra, Holy Spamalkan Ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1690)
    • October 5-Vorrus II, King and Grand Duke of the Dejanican-Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1696)
    • October 28-Heinrich von Bruhl, 1st Count Bruhl of Dejanica, Chief Minister and Senatorial President of the Commonwealth (b. 1700)
    • December 1-Sir Aelius Marconius, Baronet Marconius of Samantha, former Laurasian ambassador to the Dejanican-Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1667)
  • 1764
    • July 7-Sir Willanius Someria, Emperor's Fool to Antigonus III (b. 1671)
    • September 29-Herman von Keyserling, Count von Keyserling of Archleuta, Laurasian Ambassador to the Dejanican-Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1697)
  • 1765
    • January 20-Sir Ambrosius Melinia, former Laurasian ambassador to the Celestial Kingdom of Scottria (b. 1700)
    • March 17-Alexander Alesius, Scottrian theologican and witness to downfall of Anna Boleyenia (b. 1700)
    • August 1-Sir Richardius Grenvillius, Laurasian gentleman imprisoned in the Dunsey Rebellion (b. 1693)
    • August 18-Fransios I, Holy Emperor of Austarlia and consort of Empress Mar'va Tarvania (b. 1708)
    • August 26-Lady Katharina Ashleius, 1st Baroness Ashleius, Chief Gentlewoman of the Privy Chamber, Mistress of the Robes, and former governess of Aurelia I (b. 1702)
    • September 15-Sir Carolus Howardis, Laurasian gentleman, courtier, and brother of Empress-Consort Katharina Howardis (b. 1719)
  • 1766
    • January 12-Lady Crateria Talbertius, mother of Aurelia Talbertius, future Countess of Aretha (b. 1694)
    • February 23-Stanis Morgar I, former King-Grand Duke of Dejanica and Lithuania, last Duke of Lorraine (b. 1677)
    • March 9-David Rizzio, Haxonian secretary and confidant to Mariana I of Scottria (b. 1733)
    • June 10-General Henri Cleutin, commander of the Franconian Expeditionary Force in the War of the Rough Wooing (b. 1715)
    • June 13-Patrick, Lord Ruthven, Scottrian noble and courtier who participated in assassination of David Rizzio (b. 1720)
  • 1767
    • January 26-Sir Nicholas Wortton, Archbishop of Darcia, Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Empire (b. 1697)
    • June 12-Sir Ricomedius Richius, 1st Baron Richius, former Procurator-General of the Laurasian Empire and betrayer of Morius and Crownapoulos (b. 1696)
    • August 7-Commodore Sir Balbinus Palmeris, Laurasian naval commander in the War of the Rough Wooing (b. 1698)
    • October 16-Field-Marshal Burkhard von Munnich, former Minister of Defense, Head of the Imperial General Headquarters, and military commander (b. 1683)
    • November 4-Girolamo Pruili, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1686)
  • 1768
    • January 20-Sir Miletus Coverdalia, Laurasian theologian and scholar (b. 1688)
    • January 22-Field-Marshal Sir Suris Vamaus, Laurasian military commander and "penetrator of Rzalah" (b. 1705)
    • January 26-Lady Katharina Greysius, Countess of Heuthros, claimant to the Laurasian throne (b. 1739)
    • April 30-Jamsius McNaughton, Earl of Picta, Scottrian commander in the Siege of Haddington (b. 1703)
    • December 22-Arbai Karany, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1703)
    • December 23-Sir Rogerius Aschamius, Laurasian scholar, professor, and former tutor of Aurelia I (b. 1715)
  • 1769
    • January 3-Jay XII Karany, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1707)
    • January 15-Lady Katharina Knollysis, daughter of Lady Antonia Boleyenia and friend, cousin, and servant of Aurelia I (b. 1725)
    • April 16-Demetrius Parkhurstia, personal chaplain to Empress-Consort Katharina Parsius (b. 1682)
    • September 5-Edmundis Bonneris, former Archbishop of Laurasia Prime, and vigorous enforcer of Didymeian Counter-Reformation (b. 1700)

1770sEdit

  • 1770
    • January 23-Jamsius Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray and Regent of Scottria (b. 1731)
    • May 3-Pietro Loredan, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1682)
    • July 31-Thomasius Wirdilus, former Bishop of Jadia (b. 1706)
    • November 22-Qaplan-Empi II, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1748)
  • 1771
    • January 3-Lady Minerva Sheltonia, former lady-in-waiting and mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1712)
    • January 28-Lady Anna Boucherius, 7th Baroness Boucherius and former Baroness Parsius (b. 1717)
    • February 12-Sir Nicholas Thorckmortonia, Laurasian diplomat, courtier, and adviser to Aurelia I (b. 1715)
    • March 9-Sir Demetrius Hastinga, 1st Baron Hastinga of Caroline, former Lord High Chamberlain of the Empire (b. 1721)
    • April 2-Messalina Lascellius, former lady-in-waiting to Katharina Howardis, who played a role in exposing her (b. 1696)
    • June 14-Thomasius Keysius, former Sergeant-Porter and husband of Lady Didymeia Greysius (b. 1713)
    • July 17-Sir Antiochus Harlentia, Laurasian businessman, landowner, and gentleman (b. 1693)
    • August 12-Commodore Sir Avitus Berowes, Laurasian naval commander in the War of the Rough Wooing (b. 1704)
    • September 4-Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennaxia (b. 1716)
    • September 20-Sir Ptolemy Yraudnius, Laurasian ambassador to the Celestial Kingdom of Scottria (b. 1702)
    • October 27-Sir Willanius Parsius, 1st Marquess of Venusia, brother of Empress-Consort Katharina Parsius, Laurasian courtier and nobleman (b. 1713)
    • November 9-Lady Didymeia Sheltonia, former lady-in-waiting and mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1710)
    • November 23-Gomez Surarez de Figueroa y Cordoba, 1st Duke of Feria, former Holy Spamalkan Ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1720)
    • December 1-Sir Augustine Stewardis, Deputy Governor of Lomanis at the time of the Kettius Rebellion (b. 1701)
    • December 22-Everan-Karany II, Despot of Haynsia (b. 1741)
  • 1772
    • February 28-Arasces Mavaranius, former Archbishop of Shenandoah and Traditionalist critic of Aurelia I (b. 1697)
    • March 10-Sir Willanius Pauletius, Lord St. Johansius and 1st Marquess of Winchestrius, Lord Treasurer of the Empire (b. 1683)
    • June 2-Thomasius Howardis, 4th Duke of Norfolkius and Marshal of the Empire, cousin of Aurelia I (b. 1736)
    • August 22-Thomasius Percius, 7th Earl of Northumberlais, and leader of the Malarian Rebellion of 1769 (b. 1728)
    • October 10-Lady Julia Arundellia (nee Howardis), sister of Empress-Consort Katharina Howardis (b. 1722)
    • October 28-John Erksine, Earl of Mar and Regent of Scottria (b. 1709)
    • November 24-John Knox, Scottrian theologian and political theorist (b. 1713)
    • December 26-Guerau de Spes, former Holy Spamalkan Ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1724)
    • December 29-Ernestia Bironia, former Duke of Northania and Semigallia (b. 1690)
  • 1773
    • January 12-Willanius Howardis, 1st Baron Howardis of Effinga, Laurasian nobleman, military commander, and cousin of Aurelia I (b. 1710)
    • January 22-Frederickus I, King of Vendragia and Irvania, Elector of Hanover (b. 1707)
    • June 12-Simon Renard, former Holy Spamalkan Ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1713)
    • November 2-General Sir Amnystas Mauvaria, Laurasian military commander and officer (b. 1708)
    • December 20-Sir Suetonius Paulinus, Governor of Sheldonia (b. 1715)
  • 1774
    • January 21-Mustapha III, Emperor of Marasharita (b. 1717)
    • April 7-Major-General Sir Julius Semanis, Laurasian military commander and officer executed by Pugachevia (b. 1730)
    • April 29-Sir Seleucus Caranus, Laurasian gentleman, diplomat, and military officer (b. 1708)
    • May 20-Lieutenant-General Sir Alexander Biblouvia, Prefect of Hunt, Laurasian military commander, and officer (b. 1729)
    • May 30-Charman III, King of Franconia (b. 1750)
    • June 2-Dr. Hans Burcot, Chief Physician of the Imperial Household, who saved Aurelia I's life in 1762 (b. 1705)
  • 1775
    • January 10-
      • Anastasius Pugachevia, former Laurasian officer and instigator of the Pugachevia Rebellion (b. 1742)
      • Colonel Marius Kuzevaria, participant in the Pugachevia Rebellion (b. 1724)
      • Colonel Antiphanes Beveria, participant in the Pugachevia Rebellion (b. 1731)
    • January 22-Jamsius Hamilton, Earl of Arran and former Regent of Scottria (b. 1716)
    • May 17-Amnystas Parsius, Chief Procurator of the Holy Synod (b. 1704)
    • May 23- Sir Willanius Pickerania, one-time suitor to Aurelia I (b. 1716)
    • December 27-Lord Felipe Guzman, Spamalkan diplomat, minister, and adviser to Char'va I and Philicus I (b. 1702)
  • 1776
    • January 27-Sir Diogenes Debtrastis, former Vice Procurator-General of the Empire (b. 1693)
    • March 5-Luis de Requesens y Zuniga, Governor-General of the Spamalkan Durthian Duchies (b. 1728)
    • September 22-Septimus Deveria, 1st Earl of Estatius, and father of Aurelia I's favorite, the 2nd Earl (b. 1741)
    • September 23-Lady Katharina Harringtia, Countess of Hannah, possible heiress to the Laurasian throne (b. 1711)
    • October 28-Braval I Karany, former Despot of Haynsia (b. 1726)
    • November 4-Demetrius Pauletius, 2nd Marquess of Winchestrius (b. 1710)
  • 1777
    • January 25-Antigonus de Scropius, 9th Baron Scropius of Boltonia, Laurasian military commander, nobleman, and governor (b. 1718)
    • May 14-Ernag, Vendragian Prince of Denmarica and one-time potential suitor to Aurelia I (b. 1730)
    • June 4-Alvise Mocenigo, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1707)
    • October 10-Don Diego de Guzman de Silva, former Holy Spamalkan Ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1720)
    • December 30-Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria (b. 1727)
  • 1778
    • March 3-Sebastiano Venier, Doge of Haxonia, Haxonian victor of the Battle of Lepanto (b. 1696)
    • March 7-Constantia Douglain, Countess of Lennaxia and cousin of Aurelia I (b. 1715)
    • April 4-Jamsius Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell, third husband of Mariana I (b. 1734)
    • April 5-Sir Antigonus Seymouris, Laurasian courtier and statesman, last surviving sibling of Theodora, Thomasius, and Edwardis Seymouris (b. 1703)
    • April 20-Lady Didymeia Greysius, cousin of Aurelia I and possible heiress to the Laurasian throne (b. 1745)
    • August 4-Sebastian I, King of Portugallia (b. 1754)
    • October 1-Don John of Austarlia, Governor-General of the Spamalkan Durthian Duchies (b. 1747)
    • November 29-Nicaeolaus Heathius, former Archbishop of Conservan and Procurator-General of the Empire (b. 1701)
  • 1779
    • January 19-Sir John Brdigius, 1st Lord Chandos, Laurasian military commander and governor (b. 1714)
    • February 20-Sir Nicholas Bagonius, Procurator-General, Privy Seal, and Minister of Justice of the Empire (b. 1710)
    • May 20-Lady Olympia Harringtia, lady-in-waiting and friend of Aurelia I (b. 1727)
    • June 12-Sir Telemachus Machunrionos, former Governor of Odika, Laurasian nobleman, and businessman (b. 1709)
    • October 12-Field-Marshal Sir Willanius Drury, Laurasian military commander of the Marianian and Mortonian Wars in Scottria (b. 1727)
    • November 21-Sir Thomasius Greshamia, Laurasian architect and designer of the Galactic Exchange (b. 1719)

1780sEdit

  • 1780
    • January 22-Neal V Karany, former Despot of Haynsia (b. 1730)
    • January 31-Helegag, King of Portugallia (b. 1712)
    • February 24-Antigonus Fitzalleria, Earl of Americana (b. 1712)
    • March 4-Sir Georgius Howardis, Laurasian courtier, gentleman, and military officer, brother of Empress-Consort Katharina Howardis (b. 1720)
    • April 10-Lady Mania Parsius, mother of Meguilla Parsius, Baroness of Welch (b. 1683)
    • June 22-Sir Bartholomew Brastis, Herald of Lomanis at the time of the Kettius Rebellion (b. 1713)
    • September 19-Katharina Brandeis, Duchess of Sufforia (b. 1719)
    • November 29-Mar'va Tarvania, Holy Empress of Austarlia (b. 1717)
  • 1781
    • January 19-Lady Juno Temperia, former lady-in-waiting and mistress of Antigonus III (b. 1712)
    • March 9-Adad-nirari II Adak, last Emperor of Vectoria (b. 1703)
    • April 18-Lady Didymeia Traffordia (nee Howardis), sister of Empress-Consort Katharina Howardis (b. 1725)
    • June 2-Jamsius Douglain, 4th Earl of Morton and former Regent of Scottria (b. 1725)
    • July 22-Antiochus Coxeria, Archbishop of Mendelevium (b. 1700)
    • November 9-Nicholas Saundria, Almitian poet and propagandist (b. 1730)
    • December 1-Edmundis Camponia, Traditionalist priest and Spamalkan agitator (b. 1740)
  • 1782
    • January 30-Lieutenant-General Sir Vessanius Dologruvkius, Laurasian military commander and officer (b. 1740)
    • March 1-Vice-Admiral Sir Demtraus Elmes, Laurasian naval commander and officer (b. 1701)
    • June 9-Admiral Nicholas de Villeganon, Franconian naval commander who escorted Mariana I of Scottria (b. 1694)
    • August 22-Sir Antiochus Harringtia of Tyndaris, Laurasian poet and eulogist (b. 1717)
    • September 24-Sophia Navarania, wife of the rebel Anastasius Pugachevia (b. 1742)
    • December 11-Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, 3rd Duke of Alba (b. 1707)
  • 1783
    • January 3-Ahasverus Allinga, Baron Allinga of Moravia, former Austarlian Envoy to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1706)
    • January 22-Antionette de Bourbon, mother of Mariana of Guise (b. 1693)
    • March 25-Sir Nicholas Sauvaria, Laurasian defector and rebel (b. 1730)
    • June 9-Thomasius Radclyffia, 3rd Earl of Jadia, and adviser to Aurelia I (b. 1725)
    • July 6-Demetrius Grindalius, former Chief Procurator of the Holy Synod (b. 1719)
    • August 7-Ahmed Enfedi, Chief Pasha of the Marasharite Diplomatic Service (b. 1700)
    • September 27- Sir Antigonus Bedetherfadius, former guardian of Aurelia I during her home arrest (b. 1709)
    • November 11-Gerald FitzGerald, 15th Earl of Desmond, Scottrian rebel against Aurelia I (b. 1733)
    • December 9-Sir Feresus Thorckmortonia, instigator of the Thorckmortonia Plot (b. 1754)
  • 1784
    • January 7-Lieutenant-General Sir Thomasius Verusa, Lord Wenthoria, Laurasian commander and officer (b. 1725)
    • March 28-Ivan IV, Grand Duke of Masacavania (b. 1730)
    • June 10-Franjak, Duke of Anjou and Alencon, and suitor to Aurelia I (b. 1755)
    • July 10-William I, Prince of Orange and Stadholder of the United Durthian States (b. 1733)
    • July 14-Balthasar Gerard, assassin of Prince William of Orange (b. 1757)
    • November 1-Bahavair II Karany, former Despot of Haynsia (b. 1722)
  • 1785
    • January 16-Demetrius Licantoria, 1st Earl of Janeway, Laurasian admiral and courtier (b. 1712)
    • February 22-Dr. Willanius Parrius, attempted assassin of Aurelia I (b. 1741)
    • April 10-Sir Galerius Caranius, Laurasian nobleman, diplomat, and military officer (b. 1706)
    • June 21-Antigonus Percius, 8th Earl of Malaria Prime (b. 1732)
    • July 28-Lysimachus Russalia, 2nd Earl of Bedfadia (b. 1727)
    • July 31-Nicolo da Ponte, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1691)
    • November 23-Thomasius Tallius, Laurasian poet and composer and former lover of Sir Willanius Comptonia (b. 1705)
  • 1786
    • May 9-Sir Antigonus Sidronius, Laurasian governor and courtier (b. 1729)
    • August 9-Lady Didymeia Sidronius, wife of Sir Antigonus and former lady-in-waiting to Aurelia I (b. 1730)
    • August 17-Pru'a IX, Emperor of Pruthia (b. 1712)
    • September 20-
      • Sir Antoninus Babingtia, instigator of the Babinigtia Plot (b. 1761)
      • Father Demetrius Ballardia, Traditionalist priest and participant in the Babinigtia Plot (b. 1722)
    • October 17-Sir Philip Sidronius, poet, soldier, and Laurasian courtier (b. 1754)
    • November 19-Sir Andronicus Stokia, second husband of Franconia Brandeis, Duchess of Sufforia (b. 1719)
  • 1787
    • January 7-Charles de Gravier, comte de Vergennes, foreign minister to Hensios III of Franconia (b. 1717)
    • February 8-Mariana Stuart, former Queen of Scottria, Queen Consort of Franconia, and cousin of Aurelia I (b. 1742)
    • March 10-Lady Demetria Cecilis, mother of the Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer of the Empire (b. 1699)
    • March 30-Sir Rudomentus Sadielius, Laurasian statesman, diplomat, and courtier (b. 1707)
    • April 8-Sir John Foxius, Almitian theologian and scholar (b. 1716)
    • April 14-Demetrius Manneria, 3rd Earl of Rutlandia, Laurasian courtier and Gentleman Pensioner (b. 1748)
    • April 11-Sir Thomasius Bromelius, Procurator-General of the Empire (b. 1730)
    • April 16-Anna Seymouris, Duchess of Volta and widow of Lord Protector Edwardis Seymouris (b. 1708)
    • May 9-Lady Margarina Parsius (nee Harlentia), widow of Chief Procurator Amstyas Parsius (b. 1718)
    • June 22-
      • Sir Antiochus Foxius, Laurasian historian and anthropologist (b. 1698)
      • Jay XIV Karany, last Despot of Haynsia (b. 1745)
    • August 14-Jean de Simier, Baron de st. Marc, Franconian marriage envoy to the court of Aurelia I (b. 1728)
    • September 7-Sir Athanasius Abergavenny, 2nd Lord Abergavenny, Laurasian nobleman and military commander (b. 1727)
    • October 14-Dr. Caracalla Huickus, personal physician to Katharina Parsius (b. 1702)
    • November 25-
      • Sir Antiochus Stubbia, Laurasian author and critic of the Duke of Anjou (b. 1735)
      • Sir Anastasius Washagtonia, first Urban Prefect of Christiania (b. 1722)
  • 1788
    • January 17-Sir Willanius Tillania, former Chief of the Imperial Inquiries Service and interrogator of the Seymouris investigation (b. 1703)
    • February 9-Alvaro de Bazan, Marquess of Santa Cruz and Spamalkan military commander (b. 1725)
    • March 5-Henri, Prince of Conde (b. 1752)
    • April 29-Mut-Askhur, former Potentate of the Vectorian High Council, last surviving official of the Vectorian Empire (b. 1673)
    • May 12-Louis Ernest, Prince of Brunswick-Luneberg-Bevern, former Duke of Northania and Semigallia, and Austarlian Field-Marshal (b. 1718)
    • June 5-Anna Cecilis, Countess of Oxfadia (b. 1756)
    • September 4-Antiochus Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicesterius and closest male confidant of Aurelia I (b. 1733)
    • September 26-Sir Amnystas Pauletius, former guardian of Mariana of Scottria (b. 1732)
    • December 23-Henry of Guise, leader of the Franconian Catholic League (b. 1750)
  • 1789
    • January 5-Catharina de Medici, Queen Mother of Franconia (b. 1719)
    • April 7-Abdulahamid II, Emperor of Marasharita (b. 1725)
    • April 11-Fleet Admiral Sir Koinos Wytheria, Laurasian naval commander of Queen Mariana's War (b. 1721)
    • April 26-Lieutenant-General Sir Petrevius Panius, Laurasian commander and suppressor of the Pugachevia Rebellion (b. 1721)
    • May 31-Sir Walterius Mildmay, Minister of Finance of the Laurasian Empire (b. 1723)
    • August 1-Jacques Clement, assassin of King Hensios III of Franconia (b. 1767)
    • August 2-Hensios III, King of Franconia (b. 1751)
    • November 5-Lady Anna Bagonius, mother of future Chancellor Sir Franconius Bagonius and sister of Lord Burghley (b. 1727)

1790sEdit

  • 1790
    • January 19-Sir Tacitus Vassalina, 1st Baron Vassalina of Krayia (b. 1699)
    • February 12-Baroness Meguilla Parsius of Welch, Mistress of the Robes and Chief Gentlewoman of the Privy Chamber (b. 1708)
    • February 20-Joseth II, Holy Emperor of Austarlia (b. 1741)
    • February 21-Ambrosius Dudley, Earl of Sarah, Laurasian military commander and Master of the Imperial Ordnance (b. 1728)
    • April 6-Sir Caligula Walsingis, Chancellor and Privy Seal of the Empire (b. 1732)
    • July 10-Char'vak, Archduke of Inner Austarlia and former courtier to Aurelia I (b. 1740)
    • July 14-Field Marshal Ernest Gideon von Laudon, Austarlian military commander (b. 1717)
    • November 9-Lady Julia Bullemia, former servant and confidant of Katharina Howardis, fifth wife of Antigonus III (b. 1715)
    • November 18-Georgius Talabarnia, 6th Earl of Aretha, Imperial Marshal and former guardian of Mariana of Scottria (b. 1728)
  • 1791
    • February 9-Sir Aristonus Pellius, former Laurasian ambassador to the Autocratic Pruthian Empire (b. 1720)
    • April 14-Lady Didymeia Clitonia, Baroness Clitonia of Taurasia, servant and confidant of Aurelia I (b. 1728)
    • October 22-Caspar Breuner, Baron Breuner of Salzburg, former Holy Austarlian Ambassador to the Laurasian Empire (b. 1718)
    • December 11-Sir Christopheus Hattonius, Procurator-General of the Empire and love interest of Aurelia I (b. 1740)
  • 1792
    • January 5-Willag, Duke of Denver, brother of Annaliese of Denver, fourth wife of Antigonus III (b. 1716)
    • February 10-Andrew Zamaskia, former Crown Chancellor of the Dejanican-Lithuanian Commonwealth and legal reformer (b. 1716)
    • March 1-Lea'dus II, Holy Emperor of Austarlia (b. 1747)
    • May 7-Sir Christopheus Wrayius, Chief Justice of the Imperial Court of Star Chamber (b. 1724)
    • November 3-Sir Demetrius Perotus, Governor-General of Ediania, military commander, courtier, alleged illegitimate son of Antigonus III (b. 1728)
    • December 3-Alexander Farnese, Duke of Parma and Governor-General of the Spamalkan Duchies of Durthia (b. 1745)
  • 1793
    • January 22-Admiral Sir Willanius Whyrtia, Laurasian naval commander and suppressor of the Desmonian Rebellion (b. 1726)
    • February 4-Sir Gilbertius Geradia, Chief Justice of the Imperial Court of Chancery, Master of the Rolls, and Attorney-General of the Empire (b. 1723)
    • February 23-Admiral Sir Gregory Seniavin, Laurasian military commander of the Marasharite Wars (b. 1731)
    • June 11-Field Marshal Lord Arthurius Greysius, 14th Lord of Wiltonia, Laurasian military commander and courtier (b. 1737)
    • June 23-Sir Demetrius Warveius, former Lord Lieutenant of the Post Settlement of Hepudermia (b. 1724)
    • September 21-Antigonus Staneleis, 4th Earl of Duana and Lord Lieutenant of the Tyburnian Stockards (b. 1731)
  • 1794
    • January 16-Sir Antigonus Gibbeoneous, Laurasian historian and scholar (b. 1737)
    • January 29-Georg III, King of Vendragia and Irvania, Elector of Hanover (b. 1738)
    • April 19-Feresus Stanleis, 5th Earl of Duana, potential candidate to the Laurasian throne (b. 1731)
    • June 7-
      • Dr. Roderigo Lopacia, Chief Physician of the Imperial Household and accused conspirator against Aurelia I (b. 1725)
      • Gomez d'Avila, Portugallian servant and accused conspirator against Aurelia I (b. 1753)
      • Tinoco, Portugallian servant and accused conspirator against Aurelia I (b. 1760)
      • Esteban Ferreira, Portugallian diplomat and accused conspirator against Aurelia I (b. 1746)
    • June 27-Wenzel Anton, Prince of Kaunitz-Rietberg and former Chancellor of the Holy Austarlian Empire (b. 1711)
    • November 4-General Jacob Jasnikia, Dejanican nobleman and participant in the Kosciusko Rebellion (b. 1761)
  • 1795
    • February 20-Ernest, Duke of Franche-Comte and Governor-General of the Spamalkan Durthian Duchies (b. 1753)
    • April 26-Pasqual Cicogna, Doge of Haxonia (b. 1725)
    • July 14-Francois Gasaparan, 7th Duke of Nice, Franconian military commander and statesman (b. 1729)
    • September 2-Field-Marshal Sir Willanius Pellhamia, Laurasian military commander and officer (b. 1725)
    • September 3-
      • Philip, Prince of Nassau, Durthian military commander and nobleman (b. 1766)
      • Rear-Admiral Ernest von Solms, Count of Solms, Durthian naval commander and officer (b. 1736)
    • September 23-Sir Honorius Betkrania, 2nd Baronet Betkrania of Heliotrope, Minister of Education of the Empire (b. 1704)
    • October 19-Lord Thomasius Howardis, Earl of Americana, son of the late Duke of Norfolkius (b. 1757)
    • November 12-Fleet Admiral Sir John Hawkius, Laurasian naval commander and privateer (b. 1732)
    • December 14-Antigonus Harringtia, 3rd Earl of Hannah, Laurasian courtier and possible heir to the throne (b. 1730)
  • 1796
    • January 4-General Cristobal de Mondragon, Spamalkan military commander (b. 1714)
    • January 23-Antonio I, King of Portugallia and ally of Aurelia I (b. 1732)
    • January 29-Fleet Admiral Sir Franconius Dracius, Laurasian naval commander and navigator (b. 1740)
    • April 30-Sir Demetrius Puckerania, Procurator-General of the Empire (b. 1744)
    • June 16-Carl of Dejanica, former Duke of Northania and Semigallia (b. 1733)
    • July 19-Sir Tacitus Knollysis, Vice-Chamberlain and Minister of Culture and Communications of the Empire, prominent adviser to Aurelia I (b. 1714)
    • July 23-Antigonus Caranius, 1st Baron Husadarania, courtier, statesman, and cousin of Aurelia I (b. 1726)
    • August 10-Katharina Dudley, Countess of Hannah and last surviving child of the Duke of Northumberlais (b. 1738)
    • September 28-Lady Margarina Stanleis, Countess of Duana, cousin of Aurelia I and possible heiress to the Laurasian throne (b. 1740)
    • November 6-Katharina Kuzevaria, second "wife" of the rebel Anastasius Pugachevia (b. 1748)
    • December 19-Field-Marshal Sir Demetrius Rumanstevius, 1st Baron Rumanstevius of Kagul, Laurasian military commander and governor (b. 1725)
  • 1797
    • March 6-Willanius Brokania, 10th Baron Cobhamia, Imperial Chamberlain and Warden of the Cron Drift of the Empire (b. 1727)
    • March 22-Sir Demetrius Hanarania, 1st Baron Monompahlaus, Laurasian historian and scholar (b. 1710)
    • June 4-General Sir Thomasius Baskrania, Laurasian military commander and officer (b. 1744)
    • June 17-Georg IV, King of Vendragia (b. 1762)
    • June 26-Sir Alcaeus Mevius, former Governor of Timsies, Laurasian courtier and gentleman (b. 1708)
    • July 4-
      • Field-Marshal Sir Demetrius Norria, Laurasian military commander of the Spamalkan and Dejanican Wars (b. 1747)
      • Sir Peter Wentwarthia, Laurasian author and theologian (b. 1722)
    • November 16-A'rua III, Emperor of Pruthia (b. 1744)
  • 1798
    • January 17-Feodor I, Great King of Masacavania (b. 1757)
    • February 12-
      • Stanis Vorrust I, last King and Grand Duke of the Dejanican-Lithuanian Commonwealth (b. 1732)
      • Sir Antigonus Lesius, Laurasian courtier and Empress's Champion (b. 1732)
    • April 13-
      • Didymeia Seymouris, 1st Duchess of Kendalia and adoptive stepsister of Aurelia I (b. 1748)
      • Sir Perseus Amaysius, Duke jure uxoris of Kendalia (b. 1740)
      • Lady Didymeia Amaysius (b. 1776)
      • Lady Katharina Amaysius (b. 1779)
    • August 4-Sir Willanius Cecilis, 1st Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer, Chancellor, Privy Seal, and Master of the Court of Wards of the Empire, adviser to Aurelia I (b. 1720)
    • September 13-Philicus I, Holy Emperor of Spamalka and enemy of Aurelia I (b. 1727)
    • November 24-Willanius Pauletius, 3rd Marquess of Winchestrius, Laurasian nobleman, courtier, and official (b. 1732)
  • 1799
    • January 5-Henri de Villains, Duke of Montpensier, Franconian military commander and officer (b. 1743)
    • January 13-Sir Eutropius Spenserius, Laurasian courtier, officer, and poet (b. 1752)
    • February 16-Char'vak Theodore, Elector of Bavaria (b. 1724)
    • March 13-Lady Athena Vassalina, 1st Baroness Vassalina of Krayia, Laurasian historian and scholar (b. 1703)
    • March 19-Prince Adamis Czarskia, former Marshal of the Dejanican Diet and uncle of Stanis Vorrust I, last King of Dejanica (b. 1734)
    • March 22-Louis de Colman, Duke of Chateau-Thierry, Franconian military commander and officer (b. 1735)
    • April 1-Admiral Jacob van Duvyenvoorde, Durthian naval commander and officer (b. 1739)
    • May 23-Prince Sir Nicholas Repanius, Laurasian-Kalbachan nobleman, diplomat, and governor (b. 1734)
    • June 24-Antiochus Verus, 5th Earl of Oxfadia, Laurasian courtier and author (b. 1750)
    • August 20-Major-General Sir Thomasius Norria, Laurasian military commander and officer (b. 1756)
    • October 14-Fleet Admiral Sir Theodosius Ushavious, 1st Baron Ushavious of Fidonsi, Laurasian naval commander of the Fifth Marasharite War (b. 1745)
    • November 1-Dr. Karanus Hiticus, Chief Physician of the Imperial Household (b. 1726)
    • December 12-Lady Olympias Norria, former lady-in-waiting and mother of Field-Marshal Sir Demetrius Norria (b. 1724)
  • 1800 (last year of the century)
    • January 13-Peter von Bironia, last Duke of Northania and Semigallia (b. 1724)
    • January 25-Dr. John Deesius, 1st Baron Deesius of Osraninpolis, Chancellor of the University of the Laurasian Empire and confidant of Aurelia I (b. 1727)
    • April 21-Otto von Stackelberg, Count of Archleuta and Laurasian ambassador to Dejanica (b. 1736)
    • June 29-Hugh Roe O'Donnell, Earl of Donaugh, participant in Tyrone's Rebellion (b. 1772)
    • August 18-Generalissimo Alexander Surovius, 1st Baron Surovius of Ryminik, the only undefeated Laurasian military commander in history (b. 1729)
    • December 14-Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, instigator of Tyrone's Rebellion against Aurelia I (b. 1750)

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