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  1. Lieutenant-General Emanuel Scrope Howe (c. 1663 – 26 September 1709), of The Great Lodge, Alice Holt Forest, Hampshire, was an English diplomat, army officer, and Member of Parliament.

  2. Emanuel Scrope Howe, 2nd Viscount Howe (c. 1700 – 29 March 1735) of Langar Hall, Nottinghamshire, was a British politician and colonial administrator . Langar Hall, Nottinghamshire. Life. His father was Scrope Howe, a Whig Member of Parliament from whom he inherited the viscountcy and the Langar estate in 1713.

  3. Their son Scrope Howe became the 1st Viscount Howe. [2] [3] Sunderland left his very considerable unentailed estate and Bolton Castle itself, to his illegitimate son by a settlement dated 20 May 1629; [4] that son dying in 1646 left his estate between his three sisters, and Bolton Castle to his eldest sister Mary. [5]

  4. When Lt. Gen Emanuel Scrope Howe was born in 1663, in Langar, Nottinghamshire, England, his father, John Grobham Howe, was 38 and his mother, Lady Annabelle Scrope, was 34. He married Ruperta Hughes in 1695. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 2 daughters.

  5. HOWE, Emanuel Scrope (c.1663-1709), of Great Lodge Forest, Hants. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1690-1715, ed. D. Hayton, E. Cruickshanks, S. Handley, 2002. Available from Boydell and Brewer.

  6. Emanuel Scrope Howe MP (abt. 1700 - 1735) Emanuel Scrope "2nd Viscount Howe" Howe MP. Born about 1700 in Langar, Nottinghamshire, England. Ancestors. Son of Scrope Howe MP and Juliana (Alington) Howe. Brother of Judith Howe [half] and Mary (Howe) Mordaunt. Husband of Sophia Charlotte Mary Von Keilmansegg — married 8 Aug 1719 [location unknown]

  7. Biography. Lt.-Gen. Emanuel Scrope Howe was the son of John Grobham Howe and Lady Annabella Scrope. He married Ruperta Hughes, daughter of Rupert von der Pfalz, Duke of Cumberland, and Margaret Hughes. Children of Lt.-Gen. Emanuel Scrope Howe and Ruperta Hughes: Rachel Howe d. c 14 Apr 1701.