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  1. Elizabeth Stuart, Countess of Lennox née Cavendish (31 March 1555 – 16 January 1582) was an English noblewoman and the wife of Charles Stuart, 1st Earl of Lennox. She was the mother of Arbella Stuart, a close relation to the English and Scottish thrones. Family

  2. Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox (8 October 1515 – 7 March 1578), was the daughter of the Scottish queen dowager Margaret Tudor and her second husband Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus.

  3. Lennox ® air conditioners are amongst the quietest and most energy efficient units on the market. Delivering perfectly precise comfort control, Lennox air conditioners continually make small adjustments in fan speed and cooling output to hold your temperature exactly where you want it.

  4. With the imperious Countess Sofia turning Melrose Court upside down, it is not long before there is a murder and Lennox is implicated. With the police considering him the main suspect, Lennox begins to investigate the crime and uncover the real culprit.

  5. Lady Lennox, But not Lady Douglas and is never styled Margaret Douglas Lady Stuart, Countess of Lennox Jane, the Baroness Lumley is a baron's wife. Her maiden name was Fitzalan. She can be called Lady Lumley but not Lady Fitzalan And is never styled Jane Fitzalan Lady Lumley. Mary Wriothesley, the dowager countess of Southampton can be called

  6. Anne Lennard, Countess of Sussex was claimed to be Charles' and he recognised her, though some sources regard Roger Palmer as her father. Palmer claimed Lady Barbara FitzRoy was Charles' daughter, however he never recognised her and most sources consider John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough her likely father.

  7. 14/01/2022 · Bobby’s father Robert Lennox was born in 1899 at 6 Kirkgate Street, Saltcoats, to father Andrew Lennox, a foundry labourer, and mother Susan Harris. Robert worked in the Ardrossan shipyards, and during World War Two, he would have been well aware of the disaster that befell the HMS Dasher aircraft carrier on 23 March 1943, in the Clyde Estuary, just off Ardrossan Harbour.