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  1. Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey KG PC (13 March 1764 – 17 July 1845), known as Viscount Howick between 1806 and 1807, was a British Whig politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1830 to 1834.

  2. Robert Carr, 1st Earl of Somerset A few years later after the controversy over his relationship with Lennox faded away he began a relationship with Robert Carr . [16] In 1607, at a royal jousting contest, the 17-year-old Carr, the son of Sir Thomas Carr or Kerr of Ferniehirst , was knocked from a horse and broke his leg.

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  4. EARL OF SOMERSET (third creation), 1613: Sir Edward Seymour 2nd Baronet (c. 1580 –1659) William Seymour 2nd Earl of Hertford 1st Marquess of Hertford 2nd Duke of Somerset (1588–1660) Francis Seymour 1st Lord Seymour of Trowbridge (c. 1590 –1664) Robert Carr Earl of Somerset (c. 1587 –1645) Earldom extinct, 1645: Sir Edward Seymour 3rd ...

  5. This is a list of English cricketers who played first-class cricket between the 1787 and 1825 seasons.The sport of cricket in this period had already acquired most of its modern features such as eleven-a-side, the three-stump wicket and the lbw law, although pitch preparation was rudimentary and play was largely dictated by the weather.

  6. EARL OF SOMERSET (third creation), 1613: Sir Edward Seymour 2nd Baronet (c. 1580 –1659) William Seymour 2nd Earl of Hertford 1st Marquess of Hertford 2nd Duke of Somerset (1588–1660) Francis Seymour 1st Lord Seymour of Trowbridge (c. 1590 –1664) Robert Carr Earl of Somerset (c. 1587 –1645) Earldom extinct, 1645: Sir Edward Seymour 3rd ...

  7. RICHARD, DUKE OF YORK (c.1410-1460), was the son of Richard, Earl of Cambridge, by Anne, daughter of Roger, Earl of March. [see Richard's Genealogy] In 1425 he was relieved from the effects of his father's attainder, and succeeded to the estates and titles of his uncles, Edward, Duke of York, and Edmund, Earl of March.