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Badeley, Baron (UK, 1949 - 1951)

 

Creation: let.pat. 21 Jun 1949

 

Extinct: 27 Sep 1951

 

Family name: Badeley

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Arms:

Gules a Chevron between three Boars' Heads couped at the neck Argent each charged with a Trefoil slipped of the field

Crest:

A Boar's Head couped at the neck Argent charged with a trefoil slipped Gules

Supporters:

On either side an Eagle wings elevated Sable charged with a Portcullis chained Or

Motto:

 Principiis obsta

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Henry John Fanshawe [Badeley], 1st Baron Badeley, KCB

son of Capt Henry Badeley, of Grey Harlings, Chelmsford, co. Essex

born

27 Jun 1874

died

27 Sep 1951

created

21 Jun 1949 Baron Badeley, of Badley in the County of Surrey

note

entered Parliament Office, House of Lords 1897; Principal Clerk and Taxing Officer, Judicial Department, House of Lords 1919; CBE 1929; Clerk Assistant of Parliament 1930; Clerk of Parliament 1934-49; KCB 1935

 

On the death of the 1st Baron Badeley the Barony of Badeley became extinct.

 

 First written 14 Jul 2006

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