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  MOUNTJOY, BARONS AND VISCOUNTS - LoveToKnow Article on MOUNTJOY, BARONS AND VISCOUNTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Mountjoy, who was one of the wealthiest English nobles of his time, died in 1534.
CHARLES BLOUNT, earl of Devonshire and 8th Baron Mountjoy (1563-1606), lord-lieutenant of Ireland, grandson of the preceding, was the most notable of the later holders of the title.
Mountjoy, by whom she had already had several children, was married to the lady in 1605 by his chaplain, William Laud, afterwards archbishop of Canterbury.
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 COURTENAY - LoveToKnow Article on COURTENAY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Sir William, who is said to have been killed at St Quintin in 1557, was succeeded by his son, another Sir William, one of the undertakers for the settling of Ireland, where the family obtained great estates.
Charles Blount, Lord Mountjoy, who was created earl of Devon ~fl 1603, died without lawful issue in 1606.
In the reign of William IV., the third and last Viscount Courtenay was living unmarried in Paris, an exile who for sufficient reasons was keeping out of the reach of the English criminal law.
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 Articles - Courtesy title   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Similarly, the eldest son of the Marquess of Londonderry is Viscount Castlereagh, even though the Marquess is also the Earl Vane.
For instance, the eldest son of the Earl of Devon is Lord Courtenay, even though the Earl has no barony of that name, and similarly the eldest son of the Earl of Guilford is Lord North.
Another form of courtesy title, in the form of an honorific prefix, is granted to younger sons, and all daughters of peers.
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 Baron Mountjoy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He died without male issue in 1829, when all his titles became extinct.
John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Viscount Mountjoy, 3rd Marquess of Bute (1847-1900)
John Crichton-Stuart, 7th Viscount Mountjoy, 7th Marquess of Bute (b.
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 Earl of Blessington   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The titles of Viscount Blesington or Blessington and Baron Boyle, in the Peerage of Ireland, were created on the 23 August 1673 for Murrough Boyle, son of Michael Boyle, Archbishop of Armagh.
Anne Boyle, sister of the last Viscount Blesington, had married William Stewart, 2nd Viscount Mountjoy, and their son William, 3rd Viscount Mountjoy, was created Earl of Blessington, in the Peerage of Ireland, on 7 December 1745.
The Earldom was recreated on 22 January 1816 for Charles John Gardiner, 2nd Viscount Mountjoy, a descendant of the Stewart Viscounts Mountjoy, though not of the Boyle Viscounts Blesington.
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 Marquess of Bute - TheBestLinks.com - Viscount of Kingarth, Nova Scotia, 1947, 1993, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Marquess of Bute - TheBestLinks.com - Viscount of Kingarth, Nova Scotia, 1947, 1993,...
Viscount of Kingarth, Marquess of Bute, Nova Scotia, 1947, 1993, 1907, 1900...
The title of Marquess of Bute was created in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1796 for the 4th Earl of Bute (in the Peerage of Scotland).
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The task of quieting the Englishry of Ulster was intrusted to William Stewart, Viscount Mountjoy.
Mountjoy, a brave soldier, an accomplished scholar, a zealous Protestant, and yet a zealous Tory, was one of the very few members of the Established Church who still held office in Ireland.
Mountjoy hesitated, and suggested that some person more likely to be acceptable to the King should be the messenger.
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 Europa Nostra
He was created Baron Mountjoy in 1779, Viscount in 1795 and killed in the Battle of New Ross, County Wexford in 1798.
He was succeeded by his son Charles John Gardiner, Second Viscount Mountjoy, created Earl of Blessington in 1816.
His first wife died in 1814 and her wake was held in the house, it was reputed to be among the most lavish of that period.
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 13361
She married Charles Boyle, 2nd Viscount Blesington, son of Murrough Boyle, 1st Viscount Blesington and Anne Coote, on 11 July 1709.
He was the son of Sir William Stewart, 2nd Viscount Mountjoy and Anne Boyle.
She married Sir William Stewart, 1st and last Earl of Blesington, son of Sir William Stewart, 2nd Viscount Mountjoy and Anne Boyle, on 10 January 1733/34.
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 CHARLES BLOUNT - Online Information article about CHARLES BLOUNT
James I. Mountjoy was continued in his See also:
Mountjoy, by whom she had already had several See also:
family title was revivedin his favour in 1618, when he was created Baron Mountjoy, of Mountjoy Fort, Co. Tyrone, in the See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /CAU_CHA/CHARLES_BLOUNT.html   (1005 words)

 Cardiff Estates
Viscount Windsor and Mountjoy and their grand daughter Charlotte Jane married John Stuart, Lord Mountstuart, later created 1
Mountjoy Estates Ltd was the company which eventually was formed to administer the Bute family estates in Cardiff area, which were very substantial.
His grandson Sir Charles was created a Baron in 1858 as Lord Tredegar and his son the famous Crimeaa War hero was created a Viscount in 1905.
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 3882
     Isabella Monck was the daughter of Charles Stanley Monck, 1st Viscount Monck and Anne Quin.
She married Henry Stanley Monck, 2nd Viscount Monck, son of Charles Stanley Monck, 1st Viscount Monck and Anne Quin, on 28 July 1806.
He was the son of Charles Joseph Kelly Monck, 3rd Viscount Monck and Bridget Willington.
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 Baron Mountjoy - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Baron Mountjoy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Baron Mountjoy - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Baron Mountjoy.
Here you will find more informations about Baron Mountjoy.
The orginal Baron Mountjoy article can be editet
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 A Compendium of Irish Biography: comprising sketches of distinguished Irishmen, eminent persons connected with Ireland ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Gough, Hugh, Viscount, G.C.B., was born at Woodstown, County of Limerick, the seat of his father, 3rd November 1779, and was educated at home.
The latter part of Viscount Gough's life was spent in retirement, at his residence, St. Helen's, Booterstown, near Dublin.
Viscount Gough was of a singularly noble presence, and retained his brilliant intellect to the last.
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 Houses associated with the Boyle family
When Charles died in 1732, having no living heir, the estate passed to his sister Ann Boyle (widow of Sir William Stewart, 2nd Viscount Mountjoy) and eventually to the Marquesses of Downshire.
Their son Charles Boyle Viscount Dungarvan, Lord Clifford of Londesborough inherited the estates but only survived for a futher three years.
These improvements were probably effected by Archbishop Boyle's eldest son, Viscount Blessington, whose son, the second and last Viscount Blessington, and son-in-law, Viscount Mountjoy, subsequently held the lands.
www.boyle.family.btinternet.co.uk /houses.htm   (1853 words)

 Patience Glossary
Viscount Nelson (1758-1805) Vice-Admiral, 3rd son of Edmund Nelson (1722-1802) rector of Burnham-Thorpe in Norfolk, was born there in the Parsonage-house on 29 September, 1758.
In the Spring of 1784 he sailed for the West Indies and whilst on this station he married Frances Nisbet, widow of Dr. J.
Sir Garnet rose to the rank of Field Marshal and was created a Viscount.
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 Peerage of Ireland - Wikpedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Also, if the peer holds a lower title in the Peerages of England, Great Britain, or the United Kingdom, and therefore sat by such a peerage in the House of Lords, such a lower title is listed.
Viscount Leinster of Taplow in the Peerage of Great Britain
Viscount Bridport in the Peerage of the UK The Lord Graves
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 The Square and Compasses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The rituals of the Ancients were based on the rituals of the English operative freemasons, which were similar to those of the operative freemasons in Scotland and Ireland who used the expression "perfect points of entrance" as a matter course.
The expression was already in use among the Ancients when the Earl of Blessington, who had ruled over the Grand Lodge of Ireland as Viscount Mountjoy in 1738 and 1739, was installed in proxy as Grand Master of the Ancients in 1756.
His appointment might have been expected to provide added impetus for "the perfect points of entrance" to be used in England, but for some reason those catechisms seem to have fallen into disuse by about 1760, possibly because the Grand Master was heavily engaged in the affairs of Ireland.
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In what was formerly Mountjoy House I found a dining-room whose cornices and ceilings were of the most elegant design and execution.
It was formerly the town-house of the earl of Blessington--whose second title was Viscount Mountjoy--to whom the whole street belonged.
The founder of this family, Luke Gardiner, rose from a humble origin by energy and intrigue, and his son married the heiress of the Mountjoys.
www.gutenberg.org /files/14327/14327.txt   (19862 words)

 THOMAS WINDSOR - Online Information article about THOMAS WINDSOR
Edward, 2nd Baron Mountjoy of the first creation, who died an See also:
Herbert in 1758 the title of Mountjoy again became See also:
sole heiress, and who in 1796 was created Viscount Mountjoy of the Isle of Wight, earl of Windsor, and See also:
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 MS. Carte Calendar 60
Recites a grant to Charles, late Lord Viscount Muskerry, of certain forfeited lands in the barony of Muskerry, whose rights thereunder have devolved upon petitioner, and prays the issue of letters patent in confirmation thereof.
Is confident that when Lord Mountjoy knows how desirous his Grace is that he should deal with Lord Longford [for the office of Master of the Ordnance], rather than anybody else, he will strain as far as he can to make the purchase.
Lord Mountjoy hopes that a regiment will be annexed to the command; else, he fancies, it would be a discredit to him.
www.bodley.ox.ac.uk /dept/scwmss/projects/carte/carte60.html   (9302 words)

By this stage the correspondence has begun to dwindle in volume and in interest, although it includes letters from a new ally in the politics of both counties, the 2nd Viscount Mountjoy, later Earl of Blessington, who was elected an Irish representative peer in 1809 largely on the strength of the 1st Marquess's influence.
Fortunately, not all the letters from Lord Mountjoy are 'political': they afford some rare glimpses of 'Mrs Browne', his mistress and first wife, and make some references to a little-known episode in the Blessington saga, Lord Mountjoy's residence with her at Oxburgh in Norfolk.
As Viscount, and later Marquess of, Hamilton, he was M.P. for Co. Donegal, 1860-80.
www.proni.gov.uk /records/private/aberc.htm   (8275 words)

 E-mail Newsletter
Rebel attacks on New Ross (5 June) and Arklow (9 June) fail; Luke Gardiner (Viscount Mountjoy, former MP for Co. Dublin) is killed at the head of his regiment at New Ross.
The rebels are routed by Viscount Lake at Vinegar Hill, near Enniscorthy (21 June), and Wexford town is recaptured (22 June).
Grogan had been abducted by the rebels and was a reluctant member of the committee of public safety to protect Wexford town.
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 GrandPrix.com > GP Encyclopedia > Drivers > Johnny Dumfries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
He finished off his career with the Toyota factory sportscar team in 1989 and 1990.
Johnny became the Marquis of Bute in 1993 while also being the Earl of Windsor, Viscount Ayr, Lord Crichton of Sanquhar and Cumnock, Viscount Kingarth, Lord Montstuart Cumbrae and Inchmarnock, Baron Cardiff, and Viscount Mountjoy.
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 House of Lords Journal Volume 17: 8 May 1702 | British History Online
Who brought up a Bill, intituled, "An Act for the Relief of William Lord Viscount Mountjoy, of the Kingdom of Ireland, with relation to the forfeited Estates in Ireland."
To which said Two Bills they desire the Concurrence of this House.
Hodie 1avice lecta est Billa, intituled, "An Act for the Relief of William Lord Viscount Mountjoy, of the Kingdom of Ireland, with relation to the forfeited Estates in Ireland."
www.british-history.ac.uk /report.asp?compid=14569   (467 words)

 Halliwell: Collection of Notes on the early History of Science in Ireland
On the 2nd of November, 1685, Lord Viscount Mountjoy was elected President, George Tollet, Esq., Treasurer, and St. George Ashe Secretary.
In this year Molyneux retired from actual office, but retained his place on the Council of the Society.
On the 1st of November, 1686, Lord Viscount Mountjoy was re-elected President, George Tollet, Esq., Treasurer, and Edward Smyth, Secretary.
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 All words on Soyuz TMA-5
Paul's Churchyard to a blind place where Mr.
Goldsborough was to meet me." 27 Sir Richard Temple, Bart., of Stowe, a Lieutenant-General who saw much accession of George I. was raised to the peerage, and was created Viscount the "brave Cobham" of Pope's first Moral Essay.
12 Lady Mountjoy, wife of the second Viscount Mountjoy (see Letter 1), was second wife, Anne, daughter of Charles Coote, second Earl of.
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 Some proposed corrections and additions to the Complete Peerage: Volume 9: Mountjoy
Some proposed corrections and additions to the Complete Peerage: Volume 9: Mountjoy
Some corrections and additions to the Complete Peerage: Volume 9: Mountjoy (PROPOSED CORRECTIONS)
The date given for his burial, 29 February 1754, is impossible, as 1754 was not a leap year.
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