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Normanby, Marquess of (UK, 1838)

 

Creation: let. pat. 25 Jun 1838

 

Family name: Phipps

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Arms:

Quarterly:  1st and 4th, Sable a Trefoil slipped between eight Mullets in orle Argent (Phipps);  2nd, Paly of six Argent and Azure over all a Bend Gules (Annesley);  4th, the Royal Arms of King James II within a Bordure company Argent and Azure (by grant from King James II to his natural daughter, Lady Catherine Darnley)

Crest:

A Lion's Gamb erased Sable holding a Trefoil slipped Argent

Supporters:

Dexter:  an Unicorn Ermine armed and unguled Or and gorged with a Chaplet of Roses proper;  Sinister:  a Goat Ermine armed and unguled Or and gorged with a similar Chaplet of Roses proper

Motto:

Virtute Quies (Rest in virtue)

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Constantine Henry [Phipps], 2nd Earl of Mulgrave later 1st Marquess of Normanby, KG GCB GCH PC

1st son of Henry [Phipps], 1st Earl of Mulgrave, by his wife Martha Sophia Maling, dau. of Christopher Thompson Maling, of West Herrinton, co. Durham

born

15 May 1797

mar.

12 Aug 1818 Hon Maria Liddell, a Lady of the Bedchamber (b. 20 Apr 1798; d. 20 Oct 1882), 1st dau. of Thomas Henry [Liddell], 1st Baron Ravensworth, by his wife Maria Susanna Simpson, dau. of John Simpson, of Bradley, co. Durham

only child

1. Lord George Augustus Constantine Phipps, later 2nd Marquess of Normanby

died

28 Jul 1863

created

25 Jun 1838 Marquess of Normanby

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Scarborough 1818-20, for Higham Ferrers 1822-26 and for Malton 1826-30; suc. his father 7 Apr 1831 as 2nd Earl of Mulgrave;  Governor of Jamaica 1832-34; Privy Councillor 1832; GCH 1832; Lord Privy Seal 1834;  Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1835-39;  Secretary of State for War and the Colonies 1839; Home Secretary 1839-41; Ambassador to Paris 1846-52; GCB 1847; Knight of the Garter 1851; Minister to Florence 1854-58

 

George Augustus Constantine [Phipps], 2nd Marquess of Normanby, GCB GCMG PC

born

23 Jul 1819

mar.

17 Aug 1844 Laura Russell (b. 22 Jan 1816; d. 26 Jan 1885), dau. of Capt Robert Russell RN

children

1. Rev Lord Constantine Charles Henry Phipps, later 3rd Marquess of Normanby

2. Lord William Brook Phipps RN (b. 13 Aug 1847; d. 19 Feb 1880), mar. 31 Mar 1875 Constance Emma Keyser (d. 1 Oct 1932), yst. dau. of Alfred Keyser, of Great Berkhamsted, and had issue

3. Lord Henry George Russell Phipps (b. 26 Jan 1851; d. 27 Nov 1905), mar. 17 Jan 1878 Norma Caroline Georgina Hay (d. 6 Jun 1935), 2nd dau. of James Leith Hay, 3rd son of Sir Andrew Leith Hay, of Rannes and Leith Hall, and had issue

4. Lord Hervey Lepell Phipps (b. 6 May 1854; d. 21 Apr 1887)

1. Lady Laura Elizabeth Phipps (d. 12 Oct 1934), mar. 2 Jun 1868 John Vivian Hampton, 2nd son of John Lewis Hampton Lewis, of Henllys and Bodior, Anglesey (d. 18 Aug 1890), and had issue

2. Lady Katherine Louisa Phipps (b. 31 Jan 1850; d. 23 Sep 1926), mar. 9 Dec 1868 Francis Charles Granville [Egerton], 3rd Earl of Ellesmere, and had issue

3. Lady Constance Mary Phipps (d. 31 Oct 1883)

died

3 Apr 1890

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Scarborough 1847-51 and 1852-57; Privy Councillor 1851; Comptroller of the Household 1851-52; Treasurer of the Household 1853-58; Governor of Nova Scotia 1858-63; a Lord-in-Waiting 1866 and 1868-69; Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms 1869-71; Governor of Queensland 1871-74; KCMG 1874; Governor and Commander-in-Chief of New Zealand 1874-78; GCMG 1877; Governor of Victoria 1879-84; GCB 1885

 

Rev Constantine Charles Henry [Phipps], 3rd Marquess of Normanby

born

29 Aug 1846

mar.

30 Dec 1903 Gertrude Stansfield Foster OBE DGStJ (d. 12 Mar 1948), 3rd dau. and cohrss. of Johnston Jonas Foster, of Moor Park, Ludlow, Shropshire, by his wife Hannah Jane Stansfield, dau. of Robert Stansfield, of Field House, Sowerby, co. York

children

1. Lord Oswald Constantine John Phipps, later 4th Marquess of Normanby

1. Lady Katharine Mary Phipps (b. 7 Jan 1905), mar. 26 Aug 1949 Roy Amon Harding, of Clarkham Cross Farm, Yeovil, co. Somerset (d. 14 Apr 1960)

2. Lady (Gertrude) Elizabeth Phipps (b. 30 Apr 1908), mar. 28 Apr 1934 Admiral Sir William Wellclose Davis GCB DSO, 1st son of Walter Stewart Davis, of Coglan House, Longhope, co. Gloucester, and had issue

died

25 Aug 1932

suc. by

son

note

ordained 1870; Vicar of Worsley, co. Lancaster 1872-90; Chaplain at San Remo, Italy 1884; Canon of Windsor 1891-1907

 

Oswald Constantine John [Phipps], 4th Marquess of Normanby, KG CBE

born

29 Jul 1912

mar.

10 Feb 1951 Hon Grania Meve Rosaura Guinness OStJ (b. 14 Apr 1920; d. 15 Jan 2018), only dau. of Walter Edward [Guinness], 1st Baron Moyne, by his wife Lady Evelyn Hilda Stuart Erskine, 2nd dau. of Shipley Gordon Stuart [Erskine], 14th Earl of Buchan

children

1. Lord Constantine Edmund Walter Phipps, later 5th Marquess of Normanby

2. Lord Justin Charles Phipps, of Cowbridge, Dean, co. Oxford (b. 1 Mar 1958), mar. 1985 Rachel Stainsby, dau. of Charles Stainsby, of Chadlington, co. Oxford, and has issue

1. Lady Lepel Sophia Phipps (b. 12 May 1952), mar. 1975 Richard Kornicki, 2nd son of F Kornicki, of Headley Down, Hampshire, and has issue

2. Lady Evelyn Rose Phipps (b. 18 Nov 1955), mar. 1986 Hon James Ernest Buchan, of 37 Gloucester Crescent, London (b. 11 Jun 1954), 3rd son by his second wife of William de l'Aigle [Buchan], 3rd Baron Tweedsmuir, and has issue

3. Lady Peronel Katharine Phipps (b. 8 Oct 1959), mar. 1990 Kleber Cruz Jaramillo, of Claymoor Farm, Kettleness, Whitby, co. York, son of Josť Domingo Cruz Sarango, of Ecuador, and has issue

4. Lady Henrietta Laura Phipps (b. 29 Nov 1962), mar. 1982 Adam Charles Sedgwick (d. 1985), 1st son of John Humphrey Gerrie Sedgwick, of Fulham, London

5. Lady (Anne Elizabeth) Grania Phipps (b. 14 Oct 1965)

died

30 Jan 1994

suc. by

son

note

Parliamentary Private Secretary to Secretary of State for the Dominions 1944-45 and to the Lord President of the Council 1945; a Lord-in-Waiting 1945; Lord Lieutenant of the North Riding of Yorkshire 1965-74 and of North Yorkshire 1974-94; Knight of the Garter 1985; KStJ

 

Constantine Edmund Walter [Phipps], 5th Marquess of Normanby

born

24 Feb 1954

mar.

1990 Nichola (Nicky) St Aubyn (former wife of Edward St Aubyn), 2nd dau. of Milton Shulman, by his wife Drusilla Beyfus

children

1. Lord John Samuel Constantine Phipps, styled Earl of Mulgrave (b. 26 Nov 1994)

2. Lord Thomas Henry Winston Phipps (b. 3 Jun 1997)

1. Lady Sibylla Victoria Evelyn Phipps (b. 6 Aug 1992)

note

the 5th Marquess of Normanby also has an illegitimate daughter, Pandora Aoife Lazuli McCormick (b. 12 Dec 1984), by Sophie McCormick, dau. of John McCormick, of Old Fort, co. Wicklow

 

Last updated 31 Jan 2018

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Titles:

5th Marquess of Normanby

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 25 Jun 1838)

6th Earl of Mulgrave

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 7 Sep 1812)

6th Viscount Normanby

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 7 Sep 1812)

9th Baron Mulgrave, of New Ross in the County of Wexford

(Ireland, let. pat. 3 Sep 1767)

6th Baron Mulgrave, of Mulgrave in the County of York

(Great Britain, let. pat. 13 Aug 1794)

 

Address:

Mulgrave Castle, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO21 3RJ

More House, 52 Tite Street, London SW3 4JA

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