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  1. Elizabeth (Lady) KEPPEL (1739 - 1768 Lisbon) ; aka Elizabeth of TAVISTOCK Ermgard von KEPPEL (? - 1396) Evert van KEPPEL; Heer van WOELBECK George (K.G.) van KEPPEL (1724 - 1772) ; 3rd Earl of ALBEMARLE George KEPPEL (Surrey 1865 - 1947 London) George Thomas KEPPEL (6th Earl of Albemarle) (Marylebone 1799 - 1891 Marylebone)

  2. Douglas-Home and Johnson (November 1963 – October 1964) 1961 photograph of then-Vice President Johnson and then-Foreign Secretary Douglas-Home in the Blue Room of the White House Douglas-Home had a far more terse relationship with Kennedy's successor, Lyndon B. Johnson .

  3. 19/09/2022 · Nach dem Tod von Queen Elizabeth II. gab es auch Menschen, ... Alec Douglas-Home, Baron Home of the Hirsel (von 1951 bis 1963 14. ... war Alec Douglas-Home, der 1964 aus dem Amt schied! coriander23.

  4. Of intervals between service in the Commons, Sir Alec Douglas-Home had the longest between automatically vacating his seat at Lanark on 11 July 1951 by succeeding his father and going to the House of Lords as the 14th Earl of Home, and gaining his next seat at Kinross and Western Perthshire in a by-election on 7 November 1963 – a total of 12 years 123 days – after becoming Prime Minister ...

  5. 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 ...

  6. Sir Alexander Douglas-Home (formerly 14th Earl of Home, later Baron Home of the Hirsel) Christ Church 1922–1925 1963–1964 Harold Wilson (later Baron Wilson of Rievaulx) Jesus: 1934–1937 1964–1970, 1974–1976 Edward Heath: Balliol 1935–1939 1970–1974 Margaret Thatcher (later Baroness Thatcher) Somerville: 1943–1947 1979–1990

  7. Two forms of identification (photographic and address) needed for access Paper and digital copying available depending on terms of deposit National Records of Scotland also operates the ScotlandsPeople family history centre, providing access to digital images and indexes of Scottish census returns and birth, marriage and death records.