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Armaghdale, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1924)
Creation: let.pat. 17 Jan 1918
Extinct: 11 Jun 1924
Family name: Lonsdale
Azure on a Pale between two Buglehorns Or three Hurts
A Demi Stag Azure charged with three Bezants in pale the forefeet resting on a Harp and attired Or
Salus in fide
John Brownlee [Lonsdale], 1st Baron Armaghdale
1st son and heir of James Lonsdale DL, of The Pavilion, co. Armagh, by his first wife Jane Brownlow, dau, of William Brownlow, of Armagh
23 Mar 1850
15 Sep 1887 Florence Rumney (d. 2 Feb 1937), dau. of William Rumney, of Stubbins House, Ramsbottom, co. Lancaster
s.p. 11 Jun 1924
7 Jul 1911 a Baronet of the United Kingdom, styled "of Pavilion, Armagh"
17 Jan 1918 Baron Armaghdale, of Armagh in the County of Armagh
partner in the firm of J and J Lonsdale & Co; High Sheriff of Co. Armagh 1895; Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Mid Armagh 1900-18; Hon Sec and Whip of the Irish Unionist Party in the House of Commons 1903-17; Leader of the Irish Unionist Party in the House of Commons 1917-18; Lord Lieutenant of co. Armagh 1920-24; Chairman: Levenstein Ltd; Vice-Chairman: Manchester Ship Canal Warehousing Co; Director: Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank, and North of England Debenture Corporation
On the death of the 1st Baron Armaghdale the Barony of Armaghdale became extinct.
First written 11 Jul 2006
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