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Life Peerages - I

 

Ilford, Baron, of Bury in the County Palatine of Lancaster

Sir Geoffrey Clegg Hutchinson

created: 14 May 1962

extinct: 21 Aug 1974

 

Imbert, Baron, of New Romney in the County of Kent

Sir Peter Michael Imbert QPM

created: 10 Feb 1999

extinct: 13 Nov 2017

 

Inge, Baron, of Richmond in the County of North Yorkshire

Field Marshal Sir Peter (Anthony) Inge KG GCB DL

created: 21 Jul 1997

Arms: Argent on a Cross Nowy formy throughout Gules the limbs voided Vert a Rose Argent barbed and seeded Or; Crest: Issuant from a Representation of the White Tower of London Argent a Phoenix Or inflamed Gules; Supporters: Dexter: a Ram Or armed unguled and gorged with Lozenges conjoined Gules; Sinister: a Lion Or gorged with Lozenges conjoined Gules, each supporting a Field Marshal's Baton erect proper, the whole upon a Compartment comprising a Limestone Rock proper; Motto: Ingenii Vis (The strength of ingenuity); Badge: In front of Flames Gules an Eagle displayed Or grasping with both feet a Field Marshal's Baton fesswise proper

 

Ingrow, Baron, of Keighley in the County of West Yorkshire

Sir John Aked Taylor OBE TD DL JP

created: 31 Jan 1983

extinct: 7 Feb 2002

Arms: Vert two Chevronels between in chief as many Garbs of Barley and in base a Talbot sejant Or holding in the mouth an Arrow in bend the head downwards proper; Crest: A Demi Talbot Or holding in the mouth an Arrow in bend the head downwards proper; Supporters: Dexter: a Shire Horse Argent harnessed and bridled proper; Sinister: a Lion Or Head and Mane Gules gorged with a Chaplet of Roses Argent barbed and seeded proper, the whole upon a Compartment comprising a Grassy Mount growing therefrom on each side a Rose Argent barbed seeded and leaved proper between two Sprigs of Oak fructed also proper; Motto: Semper Fidelis (Always faithful)

 

Irvine of Lairg, Baron, of Lairg in the District of Sutherland

Rt Hon Alexander Andrew Mackay Irvine QC

created: 25 Mar 1987

No arms

 

Irving of Dartford, Baron, of Dartford in the County of Kent

Rt Hon Sydney Irving DL

created: 10 Jul 1979

extinct: 18 Dec 1989

No arms

 

Islwyn, Baron, of Casnewydd in the County of Gwent

Royston John (Roy) Hughes DL

created: 25 Oct 1997

extinct: 19 Dec 2003

No arms

 

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