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Scarbrough, Earl of (E, 1690)

 

Creation: let. pat. 15 Apr 1690

 

Family name: Lumley later Lumley-Saunderson later Lumley-Savile later Lumley ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Arms:

Argent a Fess Gules between three Popinjays Vert collared of the second

Crest:

A Pelican in her piety proper

Supporters:

On either side a Parrot with wings expanded Vert beaked and membered Gules

Motto:

Murus Aeneus Conscientia Sana (A sound conscience is a wall of brass)

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Richard [Lumley], 2nd Viscount Lumley later 1st Earl of Scarbrough, PC

1st son and heir of Hon John Lumley (by his wife Mary Compton, dau. and eventual cohrss. of Hon Sir Henry Compton KB, of Brambletye, co. Sussex), only son and heir of Richard [Lumley], 1st Viscount Lumley, by his first wife Frances Shelley, dau. of Henry Shelley, of Worminghurst Park, co. Sussex

born

c. 1650

mar.

17 Mar 1684/5 Frances Jones, a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Mary II and to Queen Anne (b. c. 1664; d. 7 Aug 1722; bur. at Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham), only dau. and hrss. of Sir Henry Jones, of Aston, co. Oxford, by his wife Frances Belasyse, sister of Thomas [Belasyse], 2nd Viscount Fauconberg, and 4th dau. of Hon Henry Belasyse MP (by his wife Grace Barton, dau. and cohrss. of Sir Thomas Barton, of Smithells, co. Lancaster), son and heir app. of Thomas [Belasyse], 1st Viscount Fauconberg

children

1. Capt Hon Henry Lumley, styled Viscount Lumley, Member of Parliament (Whig) for Arundel 1708-10 (dvp. 24 Apr 1710; bur. in St Martin-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex)

2. Hon Richard Lumley, later 2nd Baron Lumley later 2nd Earl of Scarbrough

3. Hon Thomas Lumley later Lumley-Saunderson, later 3rd Earl of Scarbrough

1. Lady Mary Lumley (b. 14 Dec 1690; d. 10 Dec 1726), mar. as his second wife George [Montagu], 1st Earl of Halifax, and had issue

died

17 Dec 1721 (bur. at Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham)

created

31 May 1681 Baron Lumley, of Lumley Castle in the County of Durham, with special remainder failing his issue male to his only brother Henry Lumley

10 Apr 1689 Viscount Lumley, of Lumley Castle in the County of Durham

15 Apr 1690 Earl of Scarbrough

suc. by

son

note

suc. his grandfather 1 Mar 1662/3 as 2nd Viscount Lumley; Master of the Horse to Queen Catherine of Braganza 1680-81/2; Treasurer to the Queen 1684; Captain of a Troop of Horse 1685; Col and Capt 9th Regiment of Horse 1685-87; a supporter of King William III ; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber 1688/9; Privy Councillor 1688/9; Co, 1st Troop of Life Guards 1689-99; Lord Lieutenant of Northumberland 1689-1712 and 1715-21 and of County Durham 1689/90-1712 and 1712-21; Vice-Admiral of Northumberland; a Lord of the Treasury 1689; served in Ireland at the Battle of the Boyne 1690; Maj General 1692 and Lieut General 1694; Lieutenant General of all the Forces 1701/2; a Commissioner for the Union with Scotland 1706; a Lord Justice of the Realm 1714; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 1715/6-17; Vice-Treasurer of Ireland 1717

 

Richard [Lumley], 2nd Baron Lumley later 2nd Earl of Scarbrough, KG PC

born

c. 1688

died

by suicide 29 Jan 1739/40 (bur. in the Grosvenor Chapel, South Audley Street, co. Middlesex

suc. by

brother

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for East Grinstead 1708-10 and for Arundel 1710-15; Vice Admiral of County Durham 1710; Lt Col of Horse 1711/2; Lt Col, Queen's Regiment of Horse 1713; a Lord of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales 1714 and Master of the Horse 1714-27; Capt and Col, 1st Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards 1714/5; sum. to Parliament v.p. in his father's Barony of Lumley 4 Mar 1714/5; Lord Lieutenant of Northumberland 1721; Col and Capt, Coldstream Guards 1722-39/40; Knight of the Garter 1724; Privy Councillor 1727; Master of the Horse 1727-34; Maj General 1735; Lieut General 1739; died by suicide

 

Thomas [Lumley later Lumley-Saunderson], 3rd Earl of Scarbrough, KB

born

c. 1691

mar.

27 Jun 1724 Lady Frances Hamilton, a Lady of the Bedchamber to the Princess of Wales (d. 27 Dec 1772), 2nd dau. and cohrss. of George [Hamilton], 1st Earl of Orkney, by his wife Elizabeth Villiers, sister of Edward [Villiers], 1st Earl of Jersey, and 1st dau. of Sir Edward Villiers, of Richmond, co. Surrey, Knight Marshal of the Household

children

1. Hon Richard Lumley-Saunderson, later 4th Earl of Scarbrough

1. Lady Frances Lumley-Saunderson (d. 20 Mar 1796), mar. 26 Jun 1735 Peter [Ludlow], 1st Earl Ludlow, and had issue

died

15 Mar 1752

suc. by

son

note

entered Army bef. 1714; Capt, Col Tyrrel's Regiment of Dragoons 1715; Clerk to the Council of the Duchy of Lancaster 1716-31; Lt Col, Lord Hinchinbroke's Regiment of Foot 1717; Envoy Extraordinary to Portugal 1722-24; Member of Parliament (anti-Walpole Whig) for Arundel 1722-27 and for Lincolnshire 1727-40; assumed the additional name of Saunderson after inheriting the estate of his cousin James [Saunderson], 1st Earl Castleton; KB 1725; Equerry to Frederick, Prince of Wales, 1726-27 and to King George II 1727-30; Treasurer to the Prince of Wales 1738-51; Lt Col, Ancaster's Regiment of Foot 1745

 

Richard [Lumley-Saunderson], 4th Earl of Scarbrough, PC

born

May 1725

mar.

12 Dec 1752 Barbara Savile (d. 22 Jul 1797; bur. at St Marylebone, co. Middlesex), only surv. sister and eventual sole hrss. of Sir George Savile, 8th Bt., of Thornhill, co. York, and Rufford Abbey, co. Nottingham, and 2nd dau. of Sir George Savile, 7th Bt., by his wife Mary Pratt, dau. of John Pratt, of Dublin, Receiver-General of Ireland

children

1. Hon George Augustus Lumley-Saunderson, later 5th Earl of Scarbrough

2. Hon Richard Lumley later Lumley-Savile, later 6th Earl of Scarbrough

3. Capt Hon Thomas Charles Lumley RN (b. 1758; d, 3 Sep 1782)

4. Rev Hon John Lumley later Lumley-Savile, later 7th Earl of Scarbrough

5. Hon Frederick Lumley (b. 17 Oct 1761; d. 20 Sep 1831), mar. (1) 20 Feb 1786 Harriet Anne Boddington (d. 20 Jul 1810), dau. of John Boddington, and (2) 25 Mar 1819 Jane Bradby (dsp. 9 Jun 1925), 2nd dau. of Admiral Bradby, of Hamble, co. Hampshire, and had issue by his first wife:

1a. Frederick Lumley later Lumley-Savile, of Tickhill Castle, co. York (b. 14 Jan 1788; d. 27 Feb 1837), mar. 2 May 1812 Charlotte Mary Beresford (mar. (2) 20 Jul 1839 Robert Henry Southwell MP, of Castle Hamilton, co. Cavan; d. 1851), 1st dau. of Rt Rev George de la Poer Beresford DD, Bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh (by his wife Frances Bushe, dau. of Gervais Parker Bushe MP, of Kilfane, co. Kilkenny), 2nd son of Rt Hon John Beresford MP (by his first wife Anne Constantia de Ligondes, dau. of Gen Count de Ligondes, of Auvergne, France), 2nd son of Marcus [Beresford], 1st Earl of Tyrone, and had issue:

1b. Richard George Lumley, later 9th Earl of Scarbrough

1b. Lady Frances Charlotte Arabella Lumley (d. 3 Aug 1879), mar. 8 Mar 1836 Col Charles John Hill, of Cotgrave, co. Nottingham (d. 22 May 1867), and had issue

2b. Lady Henrietta Susan Beresford Lumley (d. 22 Dec 1904), mar. 5 Nov 1835 Edmund L'Estrange, of Tynte Lodge, co. Leitrim (d. Aug 1866), yst. son of Col L'Estrange, of Moystown, King's County, and had issue

3b. Lady Anne Georgina Lumley (d. 2 Feb 1877), mar. 16 Apr 1844 Sir William Mordaunt Edward Milner, 5th Bt., and had issue

6. Hon Savile Henry Lumley (b. 18 Jun 1768; dsp. 14 Nov 1846), mar. 13 Dec 1806 Mary Henrietta Tabourdin (dsp. 5 Jul 1869), dau. of Henry Tabourdin, of Sydenham, co. Kent

7. Gen Hon Sir William Lumley KCB (b. 28 Aug 1769; dsp. 15 Dec 1850), mar. (1) 3 Oct 1804 Mary Sutherland (dsp. Jul 1807), dau. of Thomas Sutherland, of Ulverstone, and (2) 3 Mar 1817 Louisa Margaret Cotton (widow of Col Lynch Cotton; dsp. 11 Sep 1859), dau. of John Robbins

1. Lady Frances Barbara Ludlow Lumley (d. young)

2. Lady Mary Arabella Lumley (b. 1763; dsp. 1 May 1817), mar. 12 Jun 1792 Francis Ferrand Foljambe

3. Lady Louisa Lumley (b. 1773; d. 1811), mar. 26 Feb 1798 Winchcombe Henry Hartley

4. Lady Sophia Lumley (b, 1777; d. 1832)

died

12 May 1782 (bur. at Saxby, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

son

note

Cofferer of the Household 1756 and 1765-66; Privy Councillor 1765; Deputy Earl Marshal 1765-77; Joint Vice Treasurer of Ireland 1782

 

George Augustus[Lumley-Saunderson], 5th Earl of Scarbrough

born

22 Sep 1753

died

5 Sep 1807 (bur. in Bath Abbey)

suc. by

brother

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for Lincoln 1774-80

 

Richard [Lumley-Saunderson later Lumley-Savile later Lumley-Saunderson], 6th Earl of Scarbrough

born

16 Apr 1757

mar.

14 Jun 1787 Hon Henrietta Willoughby (b. 30 Jun 1766; dsp. 26 Feb 1846; bur. at Glentworth, co. Lincoln), 2nd dau. of Henry [Willoughby], 5th Baron Middleton, by his wife Dorothy Cartwright, dau. and cohrss. of George Cartwright, of Ossington, co. Nottingham

died

s.p. 17 Jun 1832 (bur. at Saxby, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

brother

note

Cornet 10th Regiment of Dragoons 1775, Lieut 1778, Capt 86th Regiment of Foot 1779, Capt 3rd Regiment of Dragoons 1780-84; assumed the additional name of Savile on inheriting the estates of his uncle, Sir George Savile, 8th Bt., in 1784; Member of Parliament (Whig) for Lincoln 1784-90; Sheriff of Nottinghamshire 1793; on succeeding to the Earldom in 1807 he forfeited the Savile estate but inherited the Saunderson estate and changed his name accordingly

 

John [Lumley later Lumley-Savile], 7th Earl of Scarbrough

born

15 Jun 1760

mar.

5 Nov 1785 Anna Maria Herring (b. 1 Mar 1766; d. 16 Mar 1850; bur. at Saxby, co. Lincoln), dau. of Julines Herring, of Heybridge, co. Essex, and Paul Island, Jamaica

children

1. George Augustus Lumley (b. 11 Jan 1787; dvp. 18 Jul 1807; bur. at Shenstone, co. Stafford)

2. Hon John Lumley later Lumley-Savile, later 8th Earl of Scarbrough

3. Richard Lumley later Lumley-Savile (b. 16 Sep 1800; dvp. 17 Jul 1818)

1. Anna Maria Lumley-Savile (b. 1789; dvp. an infant)

2. Lady Anna Maria Lumley-Savile (b. 1791; d. 5 May 1840)

3. Lady Louisa Frances Lumley-Savile (b. 1794; d. 7 Jan 1885), mar. 25 Sep 1825 Rev Thomas Cator, of Skelbrook Park, co. York, Rector of Womersley and later of Kirby Smeaton, co. York (b. 19 Feb 1790; d. 24 Aug 1864), 5th son of Joseph Cator, of Ross, co. Hereford, and Bromley, co. Kent, by his wife Diana Bertie, sister of Admiral Sir Albemarle Bertie, 1st Bt. KCB, and illegit. dau. of Peregrine [Bertie], 3rd Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven, and had issue

4. Lady Henrietta Barbara Lumley-Savile (b. 1796; d. 27 Jul 1864), mar. (1) 2 Sep 1821 Rev Frederick Manners-Sutton (b. 1784; d. 30 Aug 1826), 1st son of Capt John Manners-Sutton (by his wife and cousin Anne Manners, illegitimate dau. of Lord John Manners, styled Marquess of Granby), 1st son of Lord George Manners later Manners-Sutton (by his first wife Diana Chaplin, only dau. of Thomas Chaplin, of Blankney, co. Lincoln), 3rd son of John [Manners], 3rd Duke of Rutland, and (2) 24 Aug 1837 John Lodge Ellerton, of Bodsilin, co. Caernarvon, and had issue by her first husband

died

from a hunting fall 21 Feb 1835 (bur. at Saxby, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

son

note

ordained 1785; Prebendary of York 1785-1835; Rector of Wintringham, co. Lincoln, 1784, and of Thornhill, co. York, 1793 ; assumed the additional name of Savile by Royal License 1807

 

John [Lumley later Lumley-Savile], 8th Earl of Scarbrough

born

14 Jul 1788

died

s.p.legit. 29 Oct 1856 (bur. at Saxby, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

cousin

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for Nottinghamshire 1826-32 and for North Nottinghamshire 1832-35; assumed the name of Savile after that of Lumley by Royal Licence 1836; Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire 1839-56; he left Rufford Abbey, co. Nottingham, and Thornhill, co. York (the Savile estates) to his illegitimate sons successively, the eldest of whom was created Baron Savile in 1888

 

Richard George [Lumley], 9th Earl of Scarbrough

only son and heir of Frederick Lumley later Lumley-Savile, of Tickhill Castle, co. York (by his wife Charlotte Mary Beresford, 1st dau. by his second wife of Rt Rev George de la Poer Beresford, Bishop of Kilmore), only son and heir of Capt Hon Frederick Lumley, of Tickhill Castle, co. York (by his first wife Harriet Anne Boddington, dau. of John Boddington), 5th son of Richard [Lumley], 4th Earl of Scarbrough

born

7 May 1813

mar.

8 Oct 1846 Frederica Mary Adeliza Drummond (b. 16 Dec 1826; d. 2 Apr 1907; bur. at Maltby, co. York), 2nd dau. of Andrew Robert Drummond, of Cadland Park, co. Hampshire, by his wife Lady Elizabeth Frederica Manners, 1st dau. of John Henry [Manners], 5th Duke of Rutland

children

1. Hon Lyulph Richard Granby William Lumley, styled Viscount Lumley (b. 7 Jun 1850; dvp. 23 Aug 1868; bur. at Maltby, co. York)

2. Hon Aldred Frederick George Beresford Lumley, later 10th Earl of Scarbrough

3. Col Hon Hon Osbert Victor George Atheling Lumley CMG (b. 18 Jul 1862; d. 14 Dec 1923), mar. 3 May 1892 Constance Ellinor Wilson-Patten OBE OStJ (d. 21 Nov 1933), 1st dau. of Capt Hon Eustace John Wilson-Patten (by his wife Emily Constantia Thynne, 1st dau. of Rev Lord John Thynne DD, of Haynes Park, co. Bedford (by his wife Anne Constantia Beresford, dau. of Rev Charles Cobbe Beresford), 2nd son of Thomas [Thynne], 2nd Marquess of Bath), 1st son and heir ap. of Eustace John [Wilson-Patten], 1st Baron Winmarleigh, and had issue:

1a. Lieut Richard John Lumley (b. 30 Jul 1894; dvp. 17 Oct 1914)

2a. Lawrence Roger Lumley, later 11th Earl of Scarbrough

1a. Sibell Evelyn Lumley (b. 28 Jan 1893; dvp. 21 Nov 1898)

2a. Lady Lilian Mary Theodora Lumley, granted the style and precedence of an Earl's daughter by Royal Warrant 1945 (b. 22 May 1900; d. 19...), mar. 14 Feb 1927 Col Clive Grantham Austin, only son of Selwyn Percy Austin, of Roundwood, Micheldever, co. Hampshire, and had issue

1. Lady Algitha Frederica Mary Lumley (b. 23 Nov 1847; d. 23 Jun 1919), mar. 13 Aug 1868 William Thomas [Orde-Powlett], 4th Baron Bolton, and had issue

2. Lady Ida Frances Annabella Lumley DGStJ (b. 28 Nov 1848; d. 22 Aug 1936), mar. 7 Sep 1869 her second cousin George Cecil Orlando [Bridgeman], 4th Earl of Bradford, and had issue

3. Lady Lilian Selina Elizabeth Lumley DGStJ (b. 30 Oct 1851; d. 24 Dec 1943), mar. 3 Aug 1871 Lawrence [Dundas], 1st Marquess of Zetland, and had issue

4. Lady Sibell Mary Lumley DJStJ (b. 25 Mar 1855; d. 4 Feb 1929), mar. (1) 3 Oct 1874 Lord Victor Alexander Grosvenor, styled Earl Grosvenor (b. 28 Apr 1853; dvp. 22 Jan 1884), 1st son and heir ap. by his first wife of Hugh Lupus [Grosvenor], 1st Duke of Westminster, and (2) 7 Feb 1887 Rt Hon George Wyndham MP, of Clouds, co. Wiltshire (b. 28 Aug 1863; d. 8 Jun 1913), and had issue by both husbands

died

5 Dec 1884 (bur. at Maltby, co. York

suc. by

son

note

Cornet 7th Regiment of Light Dragoons 1831, Lieut 1833, retired 1837

 

Aldred Frederick George Beresford [Lumley], 10th Earl of Scarbrough, KG GBE KCB

born

16 Nov 1857

mar.

8 Apr 1899 Lucy Cecilia Ashton DGStJ (widow of Robert Ashton, of Croughton Cottage, Winchester;  d. 24 Sep 1931; bur. at Sandbeck Park, co. York), 1st dau. of Cecil Dunn Gardner

only child

1. Lady Serena Mary Barbara Lumley DStJ (b. 30 Mar 1901; d. 26 Oct 2000), mar. 23 Jul 1923 as his second wife Hon Robert James (b. 13 May 1873; d. 13 Dec 1960), 3rd son of Walter John [James], 2nd Baron Northbourne, and had issue

died

s.p.m. 4 Mar 1945 (bur. at Sandbeck Park, co. York)

suc. by

nephew

note

Lord Lieutenant of the West Riding of Yorkshire 1892-1904; ADC to the King 1902; CB 1904; KCB 1911; Hon Maj General 1921; GCB 1921; Bailiff Grand Cross and Sub-Prior, Order of St John of Jerusalem 1923-42; Knight of the Garter 1929

 

Lawrence Roger [Lumley], 11th Earl of Scarbrough, KG GCSI GCIE GCVO PC

1st surv son of Col Hon Osbert Victor George Atheling Lumley CMG (by his wife Constance Ellinor Patten OBE, 1st dau. of Capt Hon Euston John Wilson Patten), 3rd son of Richard George [Lumley], 9th Earl of Scarbrough

born

27 Jul 1896

mar.

12 Jul 1922 Katharine Isobel McEwen DCVO DJStJ, Extra Lady of the Bedchamber to HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (d. 1979), only surv. dau. of Robert Finnie McEwan, of Marchmont and Bardrochat, co. Ayr, by his wife Mary Francis Dundas, 1st dau. of Henry Robert Duncan Dundas of Dundas, by his wife Hon Catherine Anne Carrington Napier, 1st dau. of Robert Cornelius [Napier], 1st Baron Napier of Magdala

children

1. Hon Richard Aldred Lumley, later 12th Earl of Scarbrough

1. Lady Mary Constance Lumley OBE DStJ (b. 20 Apr 1923; d. 23 Jan 1998), mar. 23 Aug 1952 Lt Col Roger Bibby-Hesketh later Fleetwood-Hesketh later Fleetwood Hesketh OBE MP, High Sheriff of Lancashire 1947 (b. 28 Jul 1902; d. 1987), 1st son of Maj Charles Hesketh Bibby later Bibby-Hesketh later Fleetwood-Hesketh, of North Meols Hall, co. Lancaster, by his first wife Anne Dorothea Brocklebank, 1st dau. of Sir Thomas Brocklebank, 2nd Bt., and had issue

2. Lady Elizabeth Lumley DCVO, Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 1973 (b. 22 Jul 1925), mar. 17 Feb 1954 Christopher John [Beckett], 4th Baron Grimthorpe, and has issue

3. Lady Anne Katharine Gabrielle Lumley (b. 16 Nov 1928; d. 17 Oct 2006), mar. 3 Jan 1953 Matthew White [Ridley], 4th Viscount Ridley, and had issue

4. Lady (Jane Lily) Serena Lumley (b. 5 Oct 1935). mar. 14 Nov 1963 Hugh Wiley, of Oak Hill, Palmyra, Virginia, USA, son of William Howard Wiley, of Towson, Maryland, USA, and has issue

died

29 Jun 1969

suc. by

son

note

Capt 11th Hussars, Capt and Brevet Major Yorkshire Dragoons 1916-19; Member of Parliament for Kingston-upon-Hull East 1922-29 and for York 1931-37; Parliamentary Private Secretary to: Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the Colonies 1923-24, Foreign Secretary 1925-26 and 1935-37, Financial Secretary to the Treasury 1931-32, Home Secretary 1932-35 and Minister for League of Nations Affairs 1935; Governor of Bombay 1937-43; GCIE 1937; GCSI 1943; Hon Maj General 1943-44; Parliamentary Under-Secretary for India and Burma 1945; Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the West Riding of Yorkshire and of the City of York 1948-69; Knight of the Garter 1948; Grand Master of English Freemasons 1951-67; Lord Chamberlain of the Household 1952-63; Privy Councillor 1952; GCVO 1953; Chancellor of the University of Durham 1958-69; Royal Victorian Chain 1963; Permanent Lord-in-Waiting 1963-69

 

Richard Aldred [Lumley], 12th Earl of Scarbrough

born

5 Dec 1932

mar.

9 Jul 1970 Lady Elizabeth Anne Ramsay LVO, Lady of the Bedchamber to HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 1994-2002 (b. 16 Sep 1941), 1st dau. of Simon [Ramsay], 16th Earl of Dalhousie, by his wife Margaret Elizabeth Mary Stirling, 1st dau. of Brig Gen Archibald Stirling of Keir

children

1. Hon Richard Osbert Lumley, later 13th Earl of Scarbrough

2. Hon Frederick Henry Lumley (b. 27 Aug 1975; dvp. 28 Aug 1975)

3. Hon Thomas Henry Lumley, heir presumptive to the Earldom of Scarbrough (b. 1980)

1. Lady Rose Frederica Lily Lumley (b. 1981)

died

23 Mar 2004

suc. by

son

note

2nd Lieut 11th Hussars 1951-52; Lieut Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons 1952-56; ADC to Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Cyprus 1956; Deputy Lieutenant of South Yorkshire 1974-90, Vice-Lieutenant 1990-96 and Lord Lieutenant 1996-2004

 

Richard Osbert [Lumley], 13th Earl of Scarbrough

born

18 May 1973

 

The heir presumptive to the Earldom of Scarbrough is Hon Thomas Henry Lumley, 2nd surviving son of the 12th Earl of Scarbrough and younger brother of the present Earl

 

 Last updated 6 Feb 2007

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Titles:

13th Earl of Scarbrough

(England, let. pat. 15 Apr 1690)

14th Viscount Lumley, of Waterford

(Ireland, let. pat. 12 Jul 1628)

13th Viscount Lumley

(England, let. pat. 10 Apr 1689)

13th Baron Lumley, of Lumley Castle in the County of Durham

(England, let. pat. 31 May 1681)

 

Address:

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Tel:  01302 742210

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