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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/List of Barons in the Peerages of the British Isles
This is a list of Barons ("Lords of Parliament" in Scottish terms) in the Peerages of England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
The Baron Lucas of Crudwell and The Lord Dingwall (known as the Lord Lucas of Crudwell and Dingwall) (1663)
The Baron Sheffield, Stanley of Alderley and Eddisbury (1783, known as the Lord Stanley of Alderley)
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  Peerage of Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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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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 List of Barons in order of precedence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This is a list of Barons (Lords of Parliament for Scottish peers) in the Peerages of England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Barons of the United Kingdom and of Ireland created after 1801
The Baron Sheffield and Stanley of Alderley ( 1783, known as Lord Stanley of Alderley)
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 BARONS AND LORDS OF PARLIAMENT
The Baron Hampton of Hampton Lovett and of Westwood
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The Baron Astor of Hever of Hever Castle
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 List of Barons - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of Barons ("Lords of Parliament" in Scottish terms) in the Peerages of England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
The Baron Henniker and Hartismere ( 1800, known as the Lord Henniker)
The Baron Sainsbury of Preston Candover ( 1989)
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 Charles ffrench-Constant
Relvas, J.B., Setzu, A., Baron, W., Buttery, P.C., LaFlamme, S.E., Franklin, R.J., ffrench-Constant, C. Expression of dominant-negative and chimeric subunits reveals an essential role for beta1 integrin during myelination.
Garcion, E., Faissner, A., ffrench-Constant, C. Knockout mice reveal a contribution of the extracellular matrix molecule tenascin-C to neural precursor proliferation and migration.
Baron, W, Shattil SJ and ffrench-Constant C.The oligodendrocyte precursor mitogen PDGF stimulates proliferation by activation of avb3 integrins.
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 Baron ffrench - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baron ffrench, of Castle ffrench in County Galway, is a title in the Peerage of Ireland created in 1798.
Charles Austin ffrench, 3rd Baron ffrench ( 1786 – 1860)
Robuck John Peter Charles Mario ffrench, 8th Baron ffrench (b.
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 List of Barons in order of precedence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Baron Lucas of Crudwell and The Lord Dingwall (known as Lord Lucas of Crudwell and Dingwall)
The Lord Napier and The Baron Ettrick (known as Lord Napier and Ettrick)
The Baron Sheffield and Stanley of Alderley (known as Lord Stanley of Alderley)
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 List of baronetcies in the Baronetage of Ireland at AllExperts
The seventh baronet succeeded as Baron Aylmer in 1766.
The fifth baronet succeeded as Baron Inchiquin in 1855.
The fourth baronet succeeded as Baron Crofton in 1817.
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 Shivaji bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Baron Aylmer is a peerage title in the Peerage of Ireland.
Baron Ashtown is a peerage title in the Peerage of Ireland.
Baron Kensington is a title in both the Peerage of Ireland and the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
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 The Athy Family of Galway
The latter Arthur became the first Baron De Freyne of Artagh (May 1839) and in 1851 he received a second peerage, Baron De Freyne of Coolavin.
The third Baron married a local girl from Fairymount named Catherine Maree, daughter of Luke Maree.
The fifth Baron De Freyne (Arthur Reginald) was killed in France during World War I (May 9th, 1915 the same day as his stepbrother, George Philip was killed in action.
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 Baron Ffrench   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Baron Ffrench is a title in the Peerage of Ireland created in 1798.
Charles Austin Ffrench, 3rd Baron Ffrench ( 1786 - 1860)
Marcus Joseph Ffrench, 5th Baron Ffrench ( 1813 - 1893)
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 Peerage of Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Baron Moore of Cobham in the Peerage of the UK
Baron Gage of High Meadow in the Peerage of Great Britain
Baron Carington of Upton in the Peerage of the UK for Life
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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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 wiki/Baron Ffrench Definition / wiki/Baron Ffrench Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Baron ffrench, of Castle ffrench in County Galway County Galway (Irish: Gaillimh) is on the west coast of Ireland.
Thomas ffrench, 4th Baron ffrench ( 1810 – 1892 Events January-June January 1 - Ellis Island begins accepting immigrants to the United States.
Marcus Joseph ffrench, 5th Baron ffrench ( 1813 1813 is a common year starting on Friday (link will take you to calendar).
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 7th Baron ffrench.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The 7th Baron ffrench (Sir Peter Martin Joseph Charles John ffrench), of Castle ffrench, co. Galway, in Ireland, and a Baronet, b.
In 1671, Jasper ffrench repurchased the estate from Ellen the widow, and got a confirmatory grant in 1677 by patent under the Acts of Settlement (patent dated 18 Aug. enrolled 5 Oct. 1677).
GEORGE III's personal objection to the elevation of any catholic to the peerage was the reason of the elevation of the mother (nominally a protestant) instead of the son (a strict catholic).
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 Baron ffrench
Charles Austin ffrench, 3rd Baron ffrench ( 1786 – 1860)
Marcus Joseph ffrench, 5th Baron ffrench ( 1813 – 1893)
Peter Martin Joseph Charles John ffrench, 7th Baron ffrench ( 1926 – 1986)
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The family of Castle Ffrench, near Ahascragh, in the County ofGalway, was r~ised to the dignity of the Peerage, in the year 1798.
This family is descended from Sir Maximilian Ffrench, the first of thename, whose descendants accompanied their kinsman, William the Conqueror,into England.[[35]] Their original place of settlement in Ireland,together with many other English and Anglo-Norman adventurers, was theCounty of Wexford;[[36]] from whence, in process of time, they graduallyspread throughout the other parts of the Kingdom.
The family ofCastle Ffrench, near Ahascragh, in the County of Galway, was raised tothe dignity of the Peerage, in the year 1798.
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 University of Cambridge: Department of Pathology - Professor Charles ffrench-Constant
Baron W, Shattil SJ, ffrench-Constant C. The oligodendrocyte precursor mitogen PDGF stimulates proliferation by activation of alpha(v)beta3 integrins.
Colognato H, Baron W, Avellana-Adalid V, Relvas JB, Evercooren AB, Georges-Labouesse E, ffrench-Constant C. CNS integrins switch growth factor signalling to promote target-dependent survival.
Baron W, Decker L, Colognato H, ffrench-Constant C. Regulation of integrin growth factor interactions in oligodendrocytes by lipid.
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 Ludgvan Lese Manorial Records
Stevens James Quicke Thomas John The Records of the yearly Manor Court of Ludgvan Lese and Porthia: 18 May 1716, Court Baron, held at the Guild Hall at St. Ives: presentations: the death of Mr.
-------------------------------------------------- 21 June 1717, Court Baron presentations: Hugh Edwards of borough of St. Ives, free tenant of this Court for a house newly erected called by the name of Snellgroves House and attenated by Snelgrove to Cocken and the Cockins attenated it again to Hugh Edwards of the Towne....
-------------------------------------------------- 24 May 1722, Court Baron, held at the Guild Hall of St. Ives the death of Hugh Pawly gent; conventionary tent.; son Mr.
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 The Ark and The Dove, a USGenNet Legacy Site
On 20 Jun 1632, Charles I of England granted to Caecilius (Cecil) Calvert, Baron of Baltimore, the charter for the Province of Maryland.
Richard Gerrard--Knight Baronet, son of Sir Thomas Gerrard, Lord Baron of Byrne.
Father Andrew White, A Relation of the Colony of the Lord Baron of Baltimore in Maryland, translated by N.C. Brooks, Baltimore, 1847, pp.
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 Pharmacological Sciences - Holly Colognato, PhD - Assistant Professor
One of our long-term objectives is to design pharmacological strategies to enhance myelination and myelin repair in the damaged nervous system.
Baron W, Colognato H, ffrench-Constant C. (2005) Integrin-growth factor interactions as regulators of oligodendroglial development and function.
Colognato, H., Baron, W., Avellana-Adalid, V., Relvas, J., Baron-van Evercooren, A., Georges-Labouesse, E., and ffrench-Constant,C. (2002) CNS integrins switch growth factor signaling to promote target-dependent survival.
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 Peerage of Ireland - InformationBlast
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The family of Castle Ffrench, near Ahascragh, in the County of Galway, was r~ised to the dignity of the Peerage, in the year 1798.
They did not settle in the town at one time, or on the same occasion, as is generally supposed; but came hither, at different periods, and under various circumstances, as may appear from the following concise account of each of the families composing this peculiar community, which has been compiled from the most authentic documents.
The family of Castle Ffrench, near Ahascragh, in the County of Galway, was raised to the dignity of the Peerage, in the year 1798.
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One of our long-term objectives is to design pharmacological strategies to enhance myelination and myelin repair in the damaged nervous system.
Baron W, Colognato H, ffrench-Constant C. (2005) Integrin-growth factor interactions as regulators of oligodendroglial development and function.
Colognato, H., Baron, W., Avellana-Adalid, V., Relvas, J., Baron-van Evercooren, A., Georges-Labouesse, E., and ffrench-Constant,C. (2002) CNS integrins switch growth factor signaling to promote target-dependent survival.
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 To Include Or Not To Include - Page 5 - American Heraldry Society Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
10) Plunkett of Louth; Baron of Louth and Plunket — branch of Plunkett of Dunsanny.
11) MacGuinness; Earl, Viscount and Baron of Iveagh and Viscount of Elveden
48) Preston of Gormanstown; Viscount and Baron of Gormanston, Viscount of Tara, Baron of Loundres
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 The History of the Town and County of the Town of Galway
They did not settle in the town at one time, or on the same occasion, as is generally supposed; but came hither, at different periods, and under various circumstances, as may appear from the following concise account of each of the families composing this peculiar community, which has been compiled from the most authentic documents.
The family of Ardfry, descended from Sir Richard Blake, who was speaker or chairman, of the assembly of the confederate catholics of Ireland, at Kilkenny, in 1647, was raised to the dignity of the peerage, in the year 1800, in the person of Joseph Henry Blake, Esq.
This family is descended from Sir Maximilian Ffrench, the first of the name, whose descendants accompanied their kinsman, William the Conqueror, into England.
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 Encyclopedia: Baron Ffrench   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Updated 163 days 17 hours 59 minutes ago.
The title and the family name are both spelt with a minuscule "f."
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 List of Barons in the peerages of the British Isles Information
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6 Barons of the United Kingdom and of Ireland after 1801
List of Barons in the peerages of the British Isles from Wíkipedia.
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Midjaaf missed the break but was staying on nicely at the finish and should have learnt enough from his debut to warrant support in the future.
Baron Rhodes was rewarded for some consistent efforts when getting the better of the favourite, Intriguing Glimpse, in what had looked a tight handicap beforehand.
And so it proved, as the winning margin was a head, his rider Tom Eaves' claim possibly proving decisive.
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