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  1. Monmouth's noble titles were consequently forfeit, but in March 1743 two of those titles were restored to his progeny when the House of Lords passed a bill making Buccleuch the 2nd Earl of Doncaster, as well as 2nd Baron Scott of Tindall, both in the English peerage (conferred 22 March 1743). Career. In his youth he attended Eton College.

  2. Jaime Scott, 1.º Duque de Monmouth: 9 de abril de 1649: 15 de julho de 1685: Scott nasceu nove meses após Carlos e Lúcia terem se conhecido e o primeiro o reconheceu como seu filho, porém Jaime II & VII sugeriu que ele talvez tenha sido filho de um dos outros amantes dela, coronel Roberto Sidney. [1] Ancestral de Sara, Duquesa de Iorque. [83]

  3. In hopes of converting him to Roman Catholicism, James sent him a priest, but Buckingham ridiculed his arguments. He died on 16 April 1687, from a chill caught while hunting, in the house of a tenant in Kirkbymoorside in Yorkshire (it is known as Buckingham House and it is located in the town centre), expressing great repentance and feeling himself "despised by my country and I fear forsaken ...