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  Durfort - LoveToKnow 1911
Feversham became a member of the privy council, and in 1685 was given the chief command against the rebels under Monmouth, in which he mainly distinguished himself by his cruelty to the vanquished.
He was rewarded with a knighthood of the Garter and the colonelcy of the first troop of Life Guards, and in 1686 he was appointed to the command of the army assembled by King James on Blackheath to overawe the people.
On James's flight, Feversham succeeded in making his peace with William, on the intercession of the queen dowager, at whose instance he received the mastership of the Royal Hospital of St Catherine near the Tower (1698).
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  Society Fresh : Article 'Cathcart'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Baron Arundell of Wardour1605ArundelExtinct 1944 Baron Cavendish of Hardwick1605CavendishExtantCreated Earl of Devonshire in 1618.
Baron Shingay1697RussellExtinct 1727 Baron Barnard1698VaneExtant Baron Halifax1700MontaguExtinct 1772 Baron Guernsey1703Finch-KnightlyExtantCreated the Earl of Aylesford in 1714.
Baron Mount Stuart1761Montagu, Crichton-StuartExtantcreated Marquess of Bute in 1796 Baron Boston1761IrbyExtant Baron Pelham of Stanmer1762Pelham-Holles, PelhamExtantCreated Earl of Chichester in 1801.
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 Business Software Review : Article 'Great Britain'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Baron Saye and Sele 1447 Fiennes, Twisleton Extant Baron Stourton 1448 Stourton Extant The Barony is held by Baron Mowbray,Segrave and Stourton Baron Grey of Groby 1449 Grey Attainted 1554 Held by the Duke of Suffolk.
Baron Herbert of Shurland 1605 Herbert Extant The Barony belongs to the Earl of Montgomery and is held by the Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.
Baron Settrington 1675 Gordon-Lennox Extant The Barony belongs to the Dukedom of Richmond and is held by the Duke of Richmond and Lennox.
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 GENUKI: Helmsley Parish information from Bulmers' 1890.
The soil is gravelly and clayey, and the crops wheat, oats, barley, and turnips.
The Earl of Feversham is lord of the manor and sole landowner.
Lord Feversham is proprietor of the soil and lord of the manor.
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 Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Baron Ferdinand James Anselm de Rothschild (1839-1898) was a British MP and philanthropist, a member of the international Rothschild financial dynasty.
Born in Germany, he was the son of Baron Anselm Salomon von Rothschild (1803-1874) from the Austrian branch of the banking family and Charlotte Rothschild.
Baron Ferdinand's collection of Renaissance objets d'arts from the house was bequeathed to the British Museum as "The Waddesdon Bequest".
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 BARONS AND LORDS OF PARLIAMENT
The Baron Hampton of Hampton Lovett and of Westwood
The Baron Keyes of Seebrugge and of Dover
The Baron Astor of Hever of Hever Castle
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 Louis de Durfort, 2nd earl of Feversham --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Feversham, Louis de Durfort, 2nd earl of, Viscount Sondes Of Lees Court, Baron Duras Of Holdenby, Baron Of Throwley, Marquis De Blanquefort...
"Feversham, Louis de Durfort, 2nd earl of, Viscount Sondes Of Lees Court, Baron Duras Of Holdenby, Baron Of Throwley, Marquis De Blanquefort." Encyclopædia Britannica.
It was a massacre of the mainly peasant supporters of James Scott, Duke of Monmouth, by troops of King James II led by Louis de Durfort, 2nd Earl of Feversham, and John Churchill (afterward Duke of Marlborough).
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 GENUKI: English Peerage 1790: Extinct Peerage - Barons (3)
Robert, third lord Hungerford, succeeded 1441 to the title of baron Molins in right of Eleanor, his wife, daughter of William fifth lord Molins, and 1461 to the titles of baron Newmarch, Moels and Botreaux, in right of Margaret, his mother, daughter of William Botreaux third lord Newmarch.
Anthony Duncombe was created by king George the second baron Feversham, which title became extinct at his death 18 June 1763.
Robert Henley was created by king George the second baron Henley, and by king George the third 19 May 1764 viscount Henley and earl of Northington, which titles became extinct upon the death of Robert, second earl of Northington.
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 Sir Charles Duncombe - LoveToKnow 1911
He died at his residence at Teddington on the 9th of April i 711, and much of his great wealth passed to his sister, Ursula, wife of Thomas Browne, who took the name of Duncombe.
Ursula's great-grandson, Charles Duncombe (1764-1841), was created Baron Feversham in 1826, and in 1868 his grandson, William Ernest, the 3rd baron (b.
1695-1763), who was made a baron in 1747, left an only daughter, Anne (1757-1829), who married Jacob PleydellBouverie, 2nd earl of Radnor, by whom she was the ancestress of the succeeding earls of Radnor.
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 Baron Feversham at AllExperts
The peerage was revived in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1826 in favour of Charles Duncombe, who was created Baron Feversham, of Duncombe Park in the County of York.
His son, the second Baron, sat as a Conservative Member of Parliament for Yorkshire and the North Riding of Yorkshire.
His son, the third Baron, represented East Retford and the North Riding of Yorkshire in the House of Commons as a Conservative.
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 GREY DOLPHIN, A LEGEND OF SHEPPET.
The Baron's beard was peaked; and his mustaches, stiff and stumpy, projected horizontally like those of a Tom Cat; he twirled the one, he stroked the other, he drew the buckle of his surcingle a thought tighter, and strode down the great staircase three steps at a stride.
Rapidly dismounting, the Baron was loosening the girths of his demi-pique, to give the panting animal breath, when he was aware of as ugly an old woman as he had ever clapped eyes upon, peeping at him under the horse's belly.
The Baron paused; his great soul was not to be shaken by trifles; he looked around him, and solemnly ejaculated the word "Humbug!"--then slinging the bridle across his arm, walked slowly on in the direction of the castle.
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 Grey Dolphin by Thomas Ingoldsby   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Baron's beard was peaked; and his moustaches, stiff and stumpy, projected horizontally like those of a Tom Cat; he twirled the one; he stroked the other, he drew the buckle of his surcingle a thought tighter, and strode down the great staircase three steps at a stride.
Rapidly dismounting, the Baron was loosening the girths of his demi-pique, to give the panting animal breath, when he was aware of as ugly an oldwoman as he had ever clapped eyes upon, peeping at him under the horse's belly.
The Baron paused; his great soul was not to be shaken by trifles; he looked around him and solemnly ejaculated the word 'Humbug!' then slinging the bridle acrosss his arm,walked slowly on in the direction of the castle.
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 List of Barons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Baron Lucas of Crudwell and The Lord Dingwall (known as the Lord Lucas of Crudwell and Dingwall) (1663)
The Lord Napier and The Baron Ettrick (1627, known as the Lord Napier and Ettrick)
The Baron Sheffield, Stanley of Alderley and Eddisbury (1783, known as the Lord Stanley of Alderley)
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 Baron Dunboyne - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Baron Dunboyne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Baron Dunboyne - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Baron Dunboyne.
The barons are alternately numbered from the early 14th century by numbers ten greater than the number dating to the patent (e.g.
The first baron of this sequence in turn married the heiress to an earlier line of Barons Dunboyne.
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 List of hereditary baronies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Barony belongs to the Dukedom of Richmond and is held by the Duke of Richmond and Lennox.
Also Baron Alington of Killard in the Peerage of Ireland.
Held by the Duke of Argyll in the Peerage of Scotland and of the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
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 National Portrait Gallery A-Z of Portrait Sitters (F)
Charles ('Sim') William Slingsby Duncombe, 3rd Earl of Feversham of Ryedale (1906-1963), Lord-in-Waiting to George V and Edward VIII and Director of Midland Bank and Clyesdale and North of Scotland Bank.
John Finch, 1st Baron Finch (1584-1660), Speaker of the House of Commons.
Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Baron Fisher of Lambeth (1887-1972), Archbishop of Canterbury.
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 Baron Feversham - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The title of Baron Feversham was created in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1747 and again in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1826.
Charles William Slingsby Duncombe, 3rd Earl of Feversham (1906-1963)
Baron Feversham, Barons Feversham, First Creation (1747), Barons Feversham and Second Creation (1826).
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 Earl of Feversham at AllExperts
The Earldom of Feversham has been created thrice, once in the Peerage of England, once in the Peerage of Great Britain and once in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
The third creation came in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1868 when William Ernest Duncombe, 3rd Baron Feversham was made Viscount Helmsley, of Helmsley in the North Riding of the County of York, and Earl of Feversham, of Ryedale in the North Riding of the County of York.
The Viscountcy and Earldom became extinct on the death of his great-grandson, the third Earl, in 1963, while the Barony was passed on to a distant relative.
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 The Saloon
At the turn of the century this room was stuffed with furniture: oceans of comfortable upholstery, container loads of off-the-shelf 19th century 'Louis' bureaux plats and tables bedraped with table carpets.
All these obstacles lurked in a forest of potted palms and other tropical foliage, creating for the humble Earl and Countess of Feversham the agreeable illusion that they were Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette on vacation in Hawaii.
The portrait of the gentleman in the fl hat is of Sir John Lawrence, Lord Mayor of London in 1665, the year of the Great Plague when, apparently over 40,000 servants in the City were dismissed and turned out into the streets to perish, for no one would receive them into their houses.
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 Battle of Sedgemoor : Battle of Sedgmoor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Unfortunately the element of surprise was lost when a musket was accidentally discharged, and the Battle of Sedgemoor resulted in defeat for the Duke by the Earl of Feversham[?] (also known as "Lord Feversham").
His reply was really very instructive, and publicity." Here the Baron, red as a turkey-cock and trembling with anger, joke; what we spoke of had nothing to do with women." "Nor with men, either," retorted Talleyrand, going away.
This anecdote, Baron Dahlberg, the Minister of the Elector of Baden to.
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 OSBORN FILES: CONTENTS OF fb.190 VOLUME 4
L.298 Dartmouth, George Legge, 1st baron, 1648-1691 Letter to John Berkeley, 3rd baron Berkeley of Stratton (1663-1697) 17 Nov 1688, on board the Resolution 2 p.
The King's situation; news of those sent to the Tower and of Dartmouth's mother who is ill. L.341 Dartmouth, George Legge, 1st baron, 1648-1691 Letter to the Prince of Orange (later William III, King of Great Britain, 1650-1702) 1688 Dec 12, Spithead 3 p.
Encloses letter to Feversham from King James II thanking him for his service; also a letter from Feversham to the Prince of Orange saying he will not oppose the Prince.
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 thePeerage.com - Lady Harriet Christian Douglas and others
She married Very Rev. Augustus Duncombe, son of Charles Duncombe, 1st Baron Feversham of Duncombe Park and Charlotte Legge, on 13 May 1841.
He was the son of Charles Duncombe, 1st Baron Feversham of Duncombe Park and Charlotte Legge.
She married Sir Arthur Oliver Villiers Russell, 2nd Baron Ampthill, son of Sir Odo William Leopold Russell, 1st Baron Ampthill and Lady Emily Theresa Villiers, on 6 October 1894 in Madresfield, Worcestershire, England.
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 Encyclopedia: Battle of Sedgemoor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
After landing from the Netherlands at Lyme Regis in Dorset, the Duke eventually led his untrained and ill-equipped troops on a night-time attack on the King's position on the site of Bussex Farm outside the village of Westonzoyland.
Unfortunately the element of surprise was lost when a musket was accidentally discharged, and the Battle of Sedgemoor resulted in defeat for the Duke by the Royal army under John Churchill (later Duke of Marlborough) and the Earl of Feversham.
George Jeffreys, 1st Baron Jeffreys (1648-1689), Baron Wem, better known as Hanging Judge Jeffreys, became notorious during the reign of King James II, rising to the position of Lord Chancellor.
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 HEREDITARY BARONIES IN THE PEERAGE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
106 Barony of Talbot of Malahide 19 November 1856(The Barony is held by the Irish Baron Talbot of Malahide).
111 Barony of Leconfield of Leconfield 14 April 1859(The Barony is held by Baron Egremont of Petworth).
173 Barony of Northington of Watford 28 June 1885(The Barony is held by the Irish Baron Henley of Chardstock).
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 The Ingoldsby Legends - GREY DOBBIN: A LEGEND OF SHEPPEY
To the wedding between the sole heiress of this redoubted hero and a direct ancestor is it owing that the Lioncels of Shurland hang so lovingly parallel with the Saltire of the Ingoldsbys, and now form as cherished a quartering in their escutcheon as the 'dozen white lowses' in tbe 'old coat' of Shallow.
The Baron s beard was peaked; and his moustaches, stiff and stumpy, projected horizontally like those of a Tom Cat: he twirled the one, he stroked the other.
The Baron paused; his great soul was not to be shaken by trifles; he looked around him, and solemnly ejaculated the word 'Humbug!' then slinging the bridle across his arm, walked slowly on in the direction of the castle.
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 Baron Dynevor - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Baron Dynevor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Baron Dynevor - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Baron Dynevor.
Here you will find more informations about Baron Dynevor.
The Barony of Dynevor, however, passed to his daughter due to a special remainder in the letters patent creating the title.
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 William Sissons Gallery - A GUIDE TO NORTH YORKSHIRE.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In the centre of the of the town square is a statue of Lord Feversham, not the current lord, but one of his ancestors.
The current Earls of Feversham are descended from Sir Charles.
A stone canopy rises over the marble statue of William, 2nd Baron Feversham; it was built in 1871 and dominates the market scene.
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 Baron Feversham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Anthony Duncombe, 1st Baron Feversham (1695 - 1763)
Charles Duncombe, 1st Baron Feversham (1764 - 1841)
William Duncombe, 2nd Baron Feversham (1798 - 1867)
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 thePeerage.com - William Ernest Duncombe, 1st Earl Feversham of Ryedale and others
William Duncombe, 2nd Baron Feversham of Duncombe Park b.
He was the son of William Duncombe, 2nd Baron Feversham of Duncombe Park and Lady Louisa Stewart.
Georgiana Byron was the daughter of Admiral George Anson Byron, 7th Baron Byron of Rochdale and Elizabeth Mary Chandos-Pole.
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 court baron --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Latin Curia Baronis (“baron's court”), medieval English manorial court, or halimoot, that any lord could hold for and among his tenants.
By the 13th century the steward of the manor, a lawyer, usually presided; originally, the suitors of the court (i.e., the doomsmen), who were bound to attend, acted as judges, but the growing use of juries rendered their function obsolete.
(“baron's court”), medieval English manorial court, or halimoot, that any lord could hold for and among his tenants.
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