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Westmeath, Earl of (I, 1621)

 

Creation: let. pat. 4 Sep 1621

 

Family name: Nugent

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Arms:

Ermine two Bars Gules

Crest:

A Cockatrice wings elevated tail nowed Vert combed and wattled Gules

Supporters:

On either side a Cockatrice wings elevated and addorsed tail nowed Vert combed and wattled Gules

Motto:

Decre Vi (I have resolved)

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Richard [Nugent], 4th Baron Delvin later 1st Earl of Westmeath

1st son of Christopher [Nugent], 3rd Baron Delvin, by his wife Lady Mary Fitzgerald, 1st dau. of Gerald [Fitzgerald], 11th Earl of Kildare

born

1583

mar.

in or before 1604 Hon Jane Plunkett (d. after 24 Jan 1642/3), sister of Luke [Plunkett], 1st Earl of Fingall, and 4th dau. of Christopher [Plunkett], 8th Baron Killeen, by his wife Genet Dillon, sister of James [Dillon], 1st Earl of Roscommon, and dau. of Sir Luke Dillon, Chief Baron of the Exchequer of Ireland

children

1. Hon Christopher Nugent, styled Lord Delvin (b. 1604; dvp. 10 Jul 1625; bur. at Clonyn, co. Westmeath), mar. Lady Anne MacDonnell (mar. (2) bef. 18 Jan 1626/7 William [Fleming], 14th Baron Slane; d. bef. 22 Oct 1676), 1st dau. of Randal MacSorley [MacDonnell], 1st Earl of Antrim, by his wife Lady Alice O'Neill, dau. of Hugh [O'Neill], 2nd Earl of Tyrone, and had issue:

1a. Hon Richard Nugent, later 2nd Earl of Westmeath

2. Hon Francis Nugent (dsp.)

3. Hon John Nugent, of Dromeng, ancestor of the Princes and Counts Nugent of Austria

4. Hon Lawrence Nugent

5. Col Hon Ignatius Nugent, in the French Service (d. Feb 1671), mar. Hon Jane Plunkett, dau. of Matthew [Plunkett], 5th Baron Louth, by his wife Mary FitzWilliam, sister of Thomas [FitzWilliam], 1st Viscount FitzWilliam, and dau. of Richard FitzWilliam, of Mount Merrion, co. Dublin, and had issue

1. §Lady Mary Nugent (b. 21 Feb 1648; d. 25 Jun 1680; bur. at Luske), mar. 11 Dec 1664 as his second wife Henry [Barnewall], 2nd Viscount Barnewall, and had issue

died

after May 1641 (bur. at Clonyn, co. Westmeath)

created

4 Sep 1621 Earl of Westmeath

suc. by

grandson

note

suc. his father 1 Oct 1602 as 4th Baron Delvin; knighted at the investiture of Rory O'Donnell as Earl of Tyrconnel at Dublin Castle 1603; arrested 1607 as an accomplice of the Earl of Tyrconnel; escaped and submitted to the King 1608; received large grants of land in many Irish counties 1611; joined the Duke of Buckingham on the ill fated expedition to the Isle of Rhé 1627; refused to join the Irish Roman Catholic Rebellion 1641 and died from injuries sustained in fighting the rebels

 

§Editor's Note: In the section on the Viscounts Barnewall, the Complete Peerage (Vol I page 428) identifies the wife of the 2nd Viscount Barnewall as being the first daughter of the 1st Earl of Westmeath and gives her date of birth as 21 Feb 1648. As the 1st Earl of Westmeath died in 1641, either this date of birth is wrong or she was not the daughter of the 1st Earl.

 

Richard [Nugent], 2nd Earl of Westmeath

born

1621-23

mar.

in or bef. 1641 Mary Plunkett (b. 1623; widow of Hon Christopher Plunkett, 1st son and heir ap. of Patrick [Plunkett], 9th Baron Dunsany; d. 19 May 1672; bur. at Fore, co. Westmeath), 1st dau. of Sir Thomas Nugent, 1st Bt. of Moyrath, by his wife Alison Barnewall, dau. and hrss. of Robert Barnewall, of Robertstown, co. Meath

children

1. Hon Christopher Nugent, styled Lord Delvin (dvp. bef. 1680; bur. at Fore, co. Westmeath), mar. c. 1665 Mary Butler (d. 28 Mar 1737; bur. at Fore, co. Westmeath), 1st dau. of Hon Richard Butler, of Kilcash, co. Tipperary (by his wife Lady Frances Touchet, 3rd dau. by his first wife of Mervyn [Touchet], 2nd Earl of Castlehaven), brother of James [Butler], 1st Duke of Ormonde, and 2nd son of Hon Thomas Butler, styled Viscount Thurles (by his wife Elizabeth Poyntz, dau. of Sir John Poyntz, of Iron Acton, co. Gloucester), 1st son and heir ap. of Walter [Butler], 11th Earl of Ormonde and 4th Earl of Ossory, by his wife Hon Helen Butler, 1st dau. of Edmund [Butler], 2nd Viscount Mountgarret, and had issue:

1a. Father Richard Nugent, later de jure 3rd Earl of Westmeath

2a. Hon Thomas Nugent, later 4th Earl of Westmeath

3a. Hon John Nugent, later 5th Earl of Westmeath

2. Rt Hon Thomas Nugent KC, of Pallas, co. Galway, 3rd Puisne Judge of the King's Bench 1686, Privy Councillor [I] 1686, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland 1687, cr. Baron Nugent of Riverston, by the titular King James II 3 Apr 1689, a Commissioner of the Treasury 1689, outlawed as a supporter of the former King but received back his estates under the Articles of Limerick (d. 2 Apr 1715), mar. in or about Sep 1680 Hon Mariana Barnewall (b. 26 Mar 1662; d. 16 Sep 1735), only child of Henry [Barnewall], 2nd Viscount Barnewall, by his first wife Hon Mary Netterville, 1st dau. of John [Netterville], 2nd Viscount Netterville, and had issue:

1a. Hyacinth Richard Nugent, self styled 2nd Baron Nugent of Riverston, outlawed for high treason as a child 1694, conformed to the Established Church 1703, obtained an Act of Parliament 1728 under which he recovered his estates in 1736/7 (dsp. 6 Mar 1737/8; bur. at Howth), mar. 1703 Susanna Catharina Beresford (b. 1 Jul 1689; dsp. 30 Mar 1763), sister of Marcus [Beresford], 1st Earl of Tyrone, and 1st dau. of Sir Tristram Beresford, 3rd Bt., by his wife Hon Nichola Sophia Hamilton, yst. dau. of Hugh [Hamilton], 1st Baron Glenawly

2a. William Nugent, self styled 3rd Baron Nugent of Riverston, conformed to the Established Church 1738/9 and thereby retained the family estates (d. 11 May 1756), mar. Mar 1719 Bridget Kirwan (widow of Patrick Kirwan; d. 14/25 Apr 1768), dau. of Charles Daly, of Cloghan, King's County, and of Callow, co. Galway, and had issue:

1b. Thomas Nugent (dvp.)

2b. Charles Nugent (dvp.)

3b. Anthony Nugent, self styled 4th Baron Nugent of Riverston (b. 28 Aug 1730; d. Sep 1814), mar. 25 Jun 1772 Olivia French, dau. of Arthur French, of Tyrone, co. Galway, and had issue:

1c. William Thomas Nugent, self styled 5th Baron Nugent of Riverston, claimed the Barony of Nugent of Riverston 1839 but the Committee for Privileges came to no decision on the matter (b. 29 Sep 1773; d. 6 Sep 1851), mar. 1794 Mary Catherine Bellew (d. 1855), only dau. of Michael Bellew, of Mount Bellew, co. Galway, by his wife Jane Dillon, dau. of Henry Dillon, and had issue:

1d. Anthony Francis Nugent, self styled 6th Baron Nugent of Riverston later 9th Earl of Westmeath

2d. Michael William Bellew Nugent, of Earl's Park, co. Galway (b. 28 Aug 1806; dsp. 18....), mar. 29 Dec 1838 Emily Morrall (d. 5 Jun 1856), only dau. of Charles Morrall, of Plâs Yolyn, co. Shrewsbury

1d. Jane Olivia Nugent (d. 27 Dec 1842), mar. 24 Jan 1814 Lt Col James FitzGerald Kennet, of Kilclogher, co. Galway (d. 29 Feb 1852), and had issue

2c. Arthur Anthony Nugent, of Cranna, co. Galway (b. 29 Aug 1774; d. 14 Apr 1858), mar. 1801 Maria Gore (d. 5 Aug 1844), dau. of Richard Gore, of Cloghatanna, and had issue

1c. Olivia Emilia Nugent (d. Sep 1856), mar. 27 Oct 1794 Christopher Dillon Bellew, and had issue

died

bef. 25 Feb 1683/4 (bur. at Fore, co. Westmeath)

suc. by

grandson

note

was in England at the start of the Irish Rebellion 1641 and detained at Beaumaris while enroute for Ireland; returned to Ireland in 1643; commissioned by the Duke of Ormonde to raise and command a Troop of Horse and a Regiment of Foot on behalf of King Charles I 1645; taken prisoner at the Battle of Dungan Hill 1647 and exchanged for Viscount Montgomery; took the Oath of Association at Kilkenny 1648; appointed a Commissioner to treat for peace with the Duke of Ormonde 1648; Marshall of the Field 1648/9; part of the Council of War that voted for the defence of Drogheda 1649; General of all the forces in Leinster 1650-52; submitted to Parliament under the Articles of Kilkenny 1652 but exempted from Oliver Cromwell's Act of Settlement; had licence to raise and send to Spain a regiment of Irish foot 1652-53; transplanted to Connaught 1656; granted an annual pension of £150 by King Charles II 1671

 

Richard [Nugent], de jure 3rd Earl of Westmeath

born

died

Apr 1714

suc. by

brother

note

a Capuchin Friar in France; his brother, Thomas, claimed the Earldom of Westmeath during his lifetime and sat as Earl of Westmeath in the Irish Parliament of 1689

 

Thomas [Nugent], 4th Earl of Westmeath

born

1669

mar.

1684 Hon Margaret Bellew (d. 1700), only dau. of John [Bellew], 1st Baron Bellew, by his wife Mary Bermingham, 1st dau. and cohrss. of Walter Bermingham, of Dunfert, co. Kildare

children

1. Hon Christopher Nugent, styled Lord Delvin (dvp. 12 Apr 1752; bur. in Bath Abbey)

2. Hon John Nugent (dvp. 21 Jul 1725)

1. Lady Mary Nugent (b. 1694; d. Jul 1725), mar. 22 Sep 1716 as his first wife Francis [Bermingham], 14th Baron Athenry, and had issue

2. Lady Catherine Nugent, mar. Andrew Nugent, of Dysert, and had issue

died

s.p.m.s. 30 Jun 1752

suc. by

brother

note

claimed the Earldom of Westmeath in place of his elder brother and sat in the Irish Parliament of 1689 ; Col of a Regiment of Foot on the side of King James II 1689; indicted and outlawed 1691; a hostage for the surrender of Limerick 1691; in 1697 a Committee of the Irish House of Lords found against him taking on the title of Earl of Westmeath until his elder brother was dead

 

John [Nugent], 5th Earl of Westmeath

born

1671

mar.

7 Jan 1710/1 Countess Margaret Molza (d. 18 Jan 1776), dau. of Count Charles Molza, Gentleman Usher to Queen Mary of Modena, by his wife Véronique Angelotti, Woman of the Bedchamber to Queen Mary

children

1. James Nugent (bapt. 30 Oct 1711; bur. vp. 9 Jul 1712)

2. John Christopher Nugent (bapt. 16 May 1713; bur. vp. young)

3. Hon Thomas Nugent, later 6th Earl of Westmeath

4. Hon Edward Nugent (dvp. young)

5. Hon Richard Nugent (dvp. young)

1. Lady Marie Charlotte Nugent (dvp. young)

2. Lady Francoise Christine Nugent

died

3 Jul 1754

suc. by

son

note

a Cadet in the Horse Guards and afterwards a Cornet of Dragoons; present at the Battle of the Boyne 1690 and the Siege of Limerick 1691; he followed King James II to France, serving in Sheldon's Regiment of Horse; he served on the Continent for over 50 years, eventually reaching the rank of Maréchal-de-Cap in 1744; in the course of his career he fought at Ramillies 1706, Oudenarde 1708 and Malplaquet 1709; Equerry of the Stables to the titular King James III and Queen Mary of Modena 1707

 

Thomas [Nugent], 6th Earl of Westmeath, KP PC

bapt.

18 Apr 1714

mar. (1)

c. 1741 Mary Stapleton (d. 1750), only dau. and hrss. of Walter Durand Stapleton, of the Island of Hispaniola

only child by first wife

1. Hon Richard Nugent, styled Lord Delvin, Cornet, 1st Regiment of Horse 1758, Member of Parliament for Fore 1759-60, died from wounds received in a duel (b. 1742; dvp. 6 Aug 1761)

mar. (2)

7 Aug 1756 Catherine White (d. 7 Aug 1772), 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Henry White, of Pitchfordstown, co. Kildare, by his wife Catharine Bellew, dau. of Col Thomas Bellew

children by second wife

2. Hon Thomas Nugent, styled Lord Delvin (b. c. 1758; dvp. young)

3. Hon George Frederick Nugent, later 7th Earl of Westmeath

1. Lady Catherine Nugent (d. 26 Feb 1794), mar. 4 Jul 1784 Capt Hon John Rodney RN, Chief Secretary to the Government of Ceylon (b. 10 May 1765; d. 9 Apr 1847), 1st son of George Brydges [Rodney], 1st Baron Rodney, by his second wife Henrietta Clies, dau. of John Clies, of Lisbon, merchant, and had issue

died

7 Sep 1792

suc. by

son by second wife

note

served in the French Army as a young man; conformed to the established religion and took his seat in the Irish Parliament 1755; Privy Councillor [I] 1758; Grand Master of Irish Freemasons 1763-67; Custos Rotulorum of co. Westmeath 1765-88; founding Knight of St Patrick 1783

 

George Frederick [Nugent], 7th Earl of Westmeath, PC

born

18 Nov 1760

mar. (1)

27 Apr 1784 (div. 1796) Marianne Jeffreys (b. c. 1758; mar. (2) 15 Nov 1796 Hon Augustus Cavendish later Bradshaw, 3rd son of Sir Henry Cavendish, 2nd Bt., pf Doveridge, co. Derby, by his wife Sarah Bradshaw, suo jure Baroness Waterpark; d. 14 Feb 1849), 1st dau. of Maj James John Jeffreys, of Blarney Castle, co. Cork, by his wife Arabella FitzGibbon, sister of John [FitzGibbon], 1st Earl of Clare, and dau. of John FitzGibbon, of Mount Shannon, co. Limerick

only child by first wife

1. Hon George Thomas John Nugent, later 8th Earl of Westmeath later 1st Marquess of Westmeath

mar. (2)

2 Feb 1797 Lady Elizabeth Emily Moore (b. 14 Mar 1771; d. 18 Mar 1841), 1st dau. of Charles [Moore], 1st Marquess of Drogheda, by his wife Lady Anne Seymour, dau. of Francis [Seymour], 1st Marquess of Hertford

children by second wife

2. Hon Robert Seymour Nugent (b. 2 Jun 1805; dsp.)

3. Hon Thomas Hugh Nugent (b. 3 Sep 1807; dsp. 3 Feb 1849), mar. 25 Sep 1843 Mary Anne Bush

1. Lady Elizabeth Emily Nugent (d. 6 Sep 1863), mar. 15 Sep 1820 Hon Lionel Charles Dawson (b. 7 May 1790; d. 25 Feb 1842), 4th son of John [Dawson], 1st Earl of Portarlington, by his wife Lady Caroline Stuart, 5th dau. of John [Stuart], 3rd Earl of Bute, and had issue

2. Lady Catherine Anne Nugent (b. 10 May 1801; d. 16 Oct 1864), mar. 1823 Francis Bruen MP (d. 15 Dec 1867), 2nd son of Col Henry Bruen, of Oak Park, co. Carlow

3. Lady Mary Frances Nugent (b. c. 1811; d. 23 May 1904), mar. 4 May 1837 Lt Col Hon James Hope later Hope-Wallace of Featherstone Castle (b. 7 Jun 1807; d. 7 Jan 1854), 2nd son of John [Hope], 4th Earl of Hopetoun, by his second wife Louisa Dorothea Wedderburn, 3rd dau. by his second wife of Sir John Wedderburn, 6th Bt., and had issue

died

30 Dec 1814

suc. by

son by first wife

note

Member of Parliament for Fore 1780-92; Secretary of the Order of St Patrick 1783-92; Auditor of Foreign Accounts and Imprests 1784-98; Custos Rotulorum of co. Westmeath 1788-1814; Privy Councillor [I] 1793; a Representative Peer for Ireland 1800-14; Clerk of the Crown and Hanaper 1807-14; Col of the Westmeath Militia

 

George Thomas John [Nugent], 8th Earl of Westmeath later 1st Marquess of Westmeath

born

17 Jul 1785

mar. (1)

29 May 1812 Lady Emily Anne Bennet Elizabeth Cecil, Extra Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Adelaide (b. 14 Jul 1789; d. 21 Jan 1858), 2nd dau. of James [Cecil], 1st Marquess of Salisbury, by his wife Lady Mary Hill, 3rd dau. by his first wife of Wills [Hill], 1st Marquess of Downshire

children by first wife

1. Hon William Henry Wellington Brydges Nugent, styled Lord Delvin (b. 24 Nov 1818; dvp. 16 Nov 1819)

1. Lady Rosa Emily Mary Anne Nugent (b. May 1814; d. 17 Jan 1883), mar. 28 Apr 1840 Fulke Southwell [Greville later Greville-Nugent], 1st Baron Greville, and had issue

mar. (2)

18 Feb 1858 (div. 1862) Maria Jarvis

mar. (3)

12 Jul 1864 Elizabeth Charlotte Verner (dsp. 18 Sep 1892), 2nd dau. of David Verner, by his wife Anna Wilford Cole, dau. of Arthur Cole

died

s.p.m.s. 5 May 1871

created

12 Jan 1822 Marquess of Westmeath

suc. by

fourth cousin

note

Ensign, Coldstream Guards 1800; served in the Egyptian Expedition under Abercromby 1801; Capt, 3rd (East Kent) Regiment of Foot 1803; Lieut and Capt, Coldstream Guards 1803-05, when he exchanged into the 88th Regiment of Foot; Commissioner of Irish Barracks 1813-15; Lord Lieutenant of Westmeath 1831-71; a Representative Peer for Ireland 1831-71; Col of the Westmeath Militia; on his death the Marquessate of Westmeath became extinct

 

Anthony Francis [Nugent], self styled 6th Baron Nugent later 9th Earl of Westmeath

born

31 Oct 1805

mar.

3 Oct 1829 Anne Catherine Daly (d. 27 Sep 1871), 1st dau. and cohrss. of Malachy Daly, of Raford, co. Galway, by his wife Julia Catherine Anne Burke, dau. of Sir Thomas Burke, 1st Bt., of Marble Hill, co. Galway

children

1. Hon William St George Nugent, later 10th Earl of Westmeath

2. Capt Malachy Daly Nugent (dvp. on active service in the Taiping War in China 20 Oct 1862)

3. Hon Charles Anthony Nugent JP, of Flower Hill, Tynagh, co. Galway (b. 10 Mar 1836; dsp. 8 Nov 1906), mar. 15 Jun 1875 Gertrude O'Conor (d. 28 Jun 1921), 1st dau. of Denis O'Conor, of Mount Druid, co. Roscommon

4. Hon Richard Anthony Nugent JP (b. 12 Nov 1842; d. 19 Jan 1912), mar. 20 Dec 1877 Theresa Henrietta Gradwell (d. 28 Apr 1935), 1st dau. of Richard Gradwell JP, of Dowth Hall, co. Meath, and had issue

1. Lady Julia Catherine Anne Nugent (b. 3 Jun 1830; d. 25 Jun 1859), mar. 20 Jul 1858 as his second wife her second cousin George John [Browne], 3rd Marquess of Sligo, and had issue

2. Lady Mary Frances Nugent (b. 3 Oct 1831; d. 1 Sep 1892), mar. 21 Feb 1857 her first cousin once removed Capt Sir Thomas John Burke, 3rd Bt. MP, of Marble Hill, co. Galway, and had issue

3. Lady Olivia Jane Nugent (b. 20 Mar 1838; d. 21 Jan 1903), mar. 1 Mar 1859 Patrick Joseph Marion Power DL, of Faithlegg, co. Waterford (d. 18 Feb 1913), and had issue

4. Lady Anne Elizabeth Charlotte Nugent (b. 5 Oct 1839; d. 1 Dec 1906), mar. 30 Apr 1864 Col John Archer Daly JP DL, of Raford and Furbough, co. Galway (d. 13 Jun 1917), and had issue

died

12 May 1879 (bur. at Pallas, co. Galway)

suc. by

son

note

established his claim in the House of Lords 7 Jul 1871 to the Earldom of Westmeath in succession to his fourth cousin, George Thomas John Nugent, 1st Marquess of Westmeath, 8th Earl of Westmeath, etc.

 

William St George [Nugent], 10th Earl of Westmeath

born

23 Nov 1832

mar.

24 Jul 1866 his cousin Emily Margaret Blake (d. 7 Jul 1906; bur. at Pallas, co. Galway)), dau. of Andrew William Blake, of Furbough, co. Galway, by his wife Maria Julia Daly, dau. of Malachy Daly, of Raford, co. Galway

children

1. Hon Anthony Francis Nugent, later 11th Earl of Westmeath

2. Capt Hon William Andrew Nugent (b. 11 Mar 1876; d. on active service 29 May 1915), mar. 25 Jun 1913 Kathleen Stoner (mar. (2) 14 Feb 1917 Capt Gerald McKay MC; d. 13 Nov 1955), 1st dau. of John Jacob Stein later Stoner, and had issue:

1a. a dau. (dvp. an infant)

3. Hon Gilbert Charles Nugent, later 12th Earl of Westmeath

1. Hon Anne Christian Nugent (dvp. an infant 16 Feb 1872)

2. Lady Maria Julia Nugent (dvp. 21 Jul 1886)

3. Lady Elizabeth Anne Nugent (d. 20 Oct 1923)

4. Lady Emily Theresa Nugent (d. 23 Sep 1935), mar. 4 Oct 1906 Brig-Gen Gardiner Humphreys CB CMG DSO (d. 6 Feb 1942), and had issue

died

31 May 1883 (bur. at Pallas, co. Galway)

suc. by

son

note

Capt, 9th Regiment of Foot, serving in the Crimea and being present at the Siege of Sebastopol; High Sheriff of co. Galway 1875

 

Anthony Francis [Nugent], 11th Earl of Westmeath, PC

born

11 Jan 1870

died

12 Dec 1933

suc. by

brother

note

Hon Attaché to the Embassy at Washington 1895-97; Secretary, Royal Commission to Newfoundland 1898; Assistant Private Secretary to Rt Hon Joseph Chamberlain 1898-1901; a Representative Peer for Ireland 1901-33; Privy Councillor [I] 1902; Senator, Royal University of Ireland

 

Gilbert Charles [Nugent], 12th Earl of Westmeath

born

9 May 1880

mar.

20 Nov 1915 Doris Imlach (d. 9 Apr 1968), 2nd dau. of Charles Imlach, of Liverpool

children

1. Hon William Anthony Nugent, later 13th Earl of Westmeath

1. Lady Pamela Joan Nugent (b. 31 Jan 1921), mar. 23 Sep 1950 Lt Col Peter John Barbary OBE GM DL (d. 20 Jun 1969), 1st son of Brig John Ewart Trounce Barbary CBE DL ADC, of Gwennap, co. Cornwall, and has issue

died

20 Nov 1971

suc. by

son

note

served in World War I 1914-18 as Major, Royal Artillery

 

William Anthony [Nugent], 13th Earl of Westmeath

born

21 Nov 1928

mar.

31 Jul 1963 Susanna Margaret Leonard, only dau. of His Honour Judge James Charles Beresford Whyte Leonard, of Cross Trees, Sutton Courtenay, co. Berkshire, by his wife Barbara Helen Incledon-Webber, dau. of Capt William Incledon-Webber

children

1. Hon Sean Charles Weston Nugent, styled Lord Delvin (b. 16 Feb 1965)

2. Hon Patrick Mark Leonard Nugent (b. 6 Apr 1966)

note

Capt, Royal Artillery until 1961; Senior Master, St Andrew's School Pangbourne 1980-88

 

 Last updated 15 May 2010

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Titles:

13th Earl of Westmeath

(Ireland, let. pat. 4 Sep 1621)

17th Baron Delvin

(Ireland, writ sum. 1486)

 

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