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  1. Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury KG (28 April 1801 – 1 October 1885), styled Lord Ashley from 1811 to 1851, was a British Tory politician, philanthropist, and social reformer. He was the eldest son of The 6th Earl of Shaftesbury and his wife, Lady Anne Spencer, daughter of The 4th Duke of Marlborough , and older brother of Henry Ashley, MP .

  2. John Cole, Earl of Enniskillen: Baron Foxford: 11 August 1815 Edmund Pery, Earl of Limerick: Baron Churchill: 11 August 1815 Lord Francis Spencer, MP: Former Member of Parliament for the Whig Party. Baron Harris: 11 August 1815 George Harris, Esq. Military Peerage–Army. Baron Hill: 16 January 1816 Viscount Hill in the Peerage of the United ...

  3. Gilbert Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, 2nd Earl of Ancaster; Gilbert Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, 3rd Earl of Ancaster; Sir John Henniker Heaton; MP for Canterbury (1885–1910) Chris Heaton-Harris; MP for Daventry (2010–present) Peter Heaton-Jones; MP for North Devon (2015–2019) John Heddle; Augustus Helder; MP for Whitehaven (1895–1906)

  4. Berkeley Thomas Paget (1780–1842), who married Sophia Bucknall, only surviving child of William Bucknall, (second son of James Grimston, 2nd Viscount Grimston), in 1804. Lady Charlotte Paget (1781–1817), who married John Cole, 2nd Earl of Enniskillen. Lady Mary Paget (1783–1835), who married Thomas Graves, 2nd Baron Graves.

  5. In 1819, Archibald Acheson, 2nd Earl of Gosford commissioned Thomas Hopper to design the present castle. The Norman-revival style castle was completed around 1859, though the family vacated it in the 1920s. It was sold to the Ministry of Agriculture in 1958, and was briefly a hotel in the 1980s.

  6. extinct 1660, on the death of the 2nd earl Earl of Denbigh: 14 September 1622: Feilding: extant: also Earl of Desmond in Ireland from 1675 Earl of Bristol: 15 September 1622: Digby: extinct 1698, on the death of the 3rd earl Earl of Middlesex: 16 September 1622: Cranfield: extinct 1674 Earl of Anglesey: 18 April 1623: Villiers: extinct 1661, on ...

  7. Long title: An Act to authorise the disclaimer for life of certain hereditary peerages; to include among the peers qualified to sit in the House of Lords all peers in the peerage of Scotland and peeresses in their own right in the peerages of England, Scotland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom; to remove certain disqualifications of peers in the peerage of Ireland in relation to the House ...