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  1. In 1945, King George VI offered Winston Churchill the title of Duke of Dover, which he declined. Several subsidiary titles are associated with the Dukedom of Queensberry, namely Marquess of Dumfriesshire (1683), Earl of Drumlanrig and Sanquhar (1682), Viscount of Nith, Tortholwald and Ross (1682) and Lord Douglas of Kilmount, Middlebie and Dornock (1682) (all in the Peerage of Scotland ).

  2. Serpes a suportar o brasão de John Churchill, 1.º Duque de Marlborough Uma serpe é tipicamente retratada a descansar sobre as suas patas e cauda, mas pode ser retratada com as garras no ar e apenas sustentada pela cauda.

  3. John Graham Thornhill (born 1998) Grace Graham Thornhill (born 1998) James Alexander Norman Graham, Marquess of Graham (born 16 August 1973), married 2004 Cecilia Manfredi, without issue; Lord Ronald John Christopher Graham (born 13 October 1975), married 24 September 2016 to Florence Mary Arbuthnott, in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England.

  4. John of Gaunt (1340–1399) Duke of Lancaster (attainted 1405) Henry Percy Hotspur (c. 1365 –1403) Joan Beaufort (c. 1379 –1440) Countess of Westmorland: John Beaufort (c. 1370 –1410) Earl of Somerset: EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND (2nd creation), 1416: Henry Percy (1394–1455) 2nd Earl of Northumberland: Eleanor Neville (c. 1398 –1472 ...

  5. William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire, KG, PC (8 May 1720 – 2 October 1764), styled Lord Cavendish before 1729, and Marquess of Hartington between 1729 and 1755, was a British Whig statesman and nobleman who was briefly nominal 5th Prime Minister of Great Britain.

  6. David Somerset, 11th Duke of Beaufort; Lady Caroline Jane Thynne; Henry John FitzRoy Somerset, 12th Duke of Beaufort (born 22 May 1952), styled Marquess of Worcester between 1984 and 2017, also known as Harry Beaufort or Bunter Beaufort, previously as Bunter Worcester, is an English peer and landowner, with estates in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire based on Badminton House

  7. Duke of Bedford (named after Bedford, England) is a title that has been created six times (for five distinct people) in the Peerage of England.The first and second creations came in 1414 and 1433 respectively, in favour of Henry IV's third son, John, [clarification needed] who later served as regent of France.