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  1. Just after the death of Henry Jermyn, 1st Earl of St Albans, at the turn of the year, on 5 January 1684, King Charles granted his son Charles, Earl of Burford, the title of Duke of St Albans, gave him an allowance of £1,000 a year, and granted him the offices of Chief Ranger of Enfield Chace and Master of the Hawks in reversion (i. e. after ...

  2. Lady Emma Caroline de Vere Beauclerk (born 22 July 1963), married 1991 David Craig Shaw Smellie; Charles Beauclerk, Earl of Burford (born 22 February 1965) Beauclerk and Rosemary were divorced in 1974. Rosemary was subsequently married, in 1975, to Paul Pellew, 10th Viscount Exmouth, 9th Marquess of Olías (born Estoril, Cascais, 8 October 1940).

  3. Carlos Beauclerk (Londres, 1670-Bath, 1726), nombrado conde de Burford y barón Hedington a los siete meses de edad (1670) y luego duque de St. Albans (1683); casado con Diana de Vere, hija y heredera del último conde de Oxford. Jaime Beauclerk (Londres, 1671-Francia, 1680).

  4. Edward William Fitzalan-Howard, 18th Duke of Norfolk GCVO DL (born 2 December 1956), styled Earl of Arundel between 1975 and 2002, is a British peer who holds the hereditary office of Earl Marshal and, as Duke of Norfolk, is the most senior peer in the peerage of England.

  5. Henry Oliver Charles FitzRoy, 12th Duke of Grafton (born 6 April 1978), known as Harry Grafton, is an English peer and music promoter. He inherited the Dukedom of Grafton from his grandfather, Hugh FitzRoy, 11th Duke of Grafton , on 7 April 2011.

  6. Prince Richard was born on 26 August 1944 at 12:15 pm at St Matthew's Nursing Home in Northampton, the second son of Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester. His father was the third son of King George V and Queen Mary .

  7. Coat of arms of Richard Scott, 10th Duke of Buccleuch Coronet A coronet of a Duke Crest A Stag trippant proper armed and attired Or Escutcheon Quarterly: 1st grandquarter for the Earldom of Doncaster: the arms of King Charles II debruised by a Baton Sinister Argent; 2nd grandquarter for the Dukedom of Argyll: quarterly, 1st and 4th: Gyronny of eight Or and Sable (Campbell); 2 and 3rd: Argent a ...