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Chichester, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): article 3
Death of the Duke of Richmond. --The Lord of the Goodwood races is dead. He was the Duke of Richmond, whose death at London, on the 21st of October, is announced in the late news from Europe. His grace, as proprietor of Goodwood Park, near Chichester, and as the patron of the famous races there in July of every year, is better known to the American world than he is as one of the great nobles of England. His rank, lineage, and the chief events of his life, are summed up as follows: Charles Gordon Lenox, Duke of Richmond, born 1791, succeeded his father, fourth Duke, in 1819; married in 1817, to Lady Caroline Paget, daughter of the Marquis of Anglaise. He was in the seventieth year of his age at the time of his decease. The following were his titles:--1675--Duke of Lenox, Earl of Darnley, Baron of Torbelton, in the Peerage of Scotland. In the Peerage of England, 1675, Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, and Baron of Sterlington. In the Peerage of France, 1684, Duke d'aubig
France (France) (search for this): article 3
ed up as follows: Charles Gordon Lenox, Duke of Richmond, born 1791, succeeded his father, fourth Duke, in 1819; married in 1817, to Lady Caroline Paget, daughter of the Marquis of Anglaise. He was in the seventieth year of his age at the time of his decease. The following were his titles:--1675--Duke of Lenox, Earl of Darnley, Baron of Torbelton, in the Peerage of Scotland. In the Peerage of England, 1675, Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, and Baron of Sterlington. In the Peerage of France, 1684, Duke d'aubigny; he was also Knight of the Garter. He is now succeeded by his son, Charles, Earl of March and Darnley, born in 1818. The Duke's seats are Gordon Castle, Bannffshire; Huntley Lodge, Aberdeenshire; Kinrara, Invernesshire, Scotland; Goodwood Park and Weststoke, Sussex, England. His residence in London was 51 Portland Place. The Duke was descended from Charles the Second of England, the first Duke being a natural son of that monarch. The following offices were held by t
Aberdeen (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 3
ear of his age at the time of his decease. The following were his titles:--1675--Duke of Lenox, Earl of Darnley, Baron of Torbelton, in the Peerage of Scotland. In the Peerage of England, 1675, Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, and Baron of Sterlington. In the Peerage of France, 1684, Duke d'aubigny; he was also Knight of the Garter. He is now succeeded by his son, Charles, Earl of March and Darnley, born in 1818. The Duke's seats are Gordon Castle, Bannffshire; Huntley Lodge, Aberdeenshire; Kinrara, Invernesshire, Scotland; Goodwood Park and Weststoke, Sussex, England. His residence in London was 51 Portland Place. The Duke was descended from Charles the Second of England, the first Duke being a natural son of that monarch. The following offices were held by the late Duke: Chancellor of Marshal College and University, Aberdeen; a Privy Counsellor, Lord Lieutenant of Sussex, Vice Admiral of the Coast of Sussex, Colonel of the Royal Sussex Militia, and Aide-de-Camp to the Queen.
Scotland (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 3
1817, to Lady Caroline Paget, daughter of the Marquis of Anglaise. He was in the seventieth year of his age at the time of his decease. The following were his titles:--1675--Duke of Lenox, Earl of Darnley, Baron of Torbelton, in the Peerage of Scotland. In the Peerage of England, 1675, Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, and Baron of Sterlington. In the Peerage of France, 1684, Duke d'aubigny; he was also Knight of the Garter. He is now succeeded by his son, Charles, Earl of March and Darnley, born in 1818. The Duke's seats are Gordon Castle, Bannffshire; Huntley Lodge, Aberdeenshire; Kinrara, Invernesshire, Scotland; Goodwood Park and Weststoke, Sussex, England. His residence in London was 51 Portland Place. The Duke was descended from Charles the Second of England, the first Duke being a natural son of that monarch. The following offices were held by the late Duke: Chancellor of Marshal College and University, Aberdeen; a Privy Counsellor, Lord Lieutenant of Sussex, Vice Admiral
Sussex (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 3
of the Garter. He is now succeeded by his son, Charles, Earl of March and Darnley, born in 1818. The Duke's seats are Gordon Castle, Bannffshire; Huntley Lodge, Aberdeenshire; Kinrara, Invernesshire, Scotland; Goodwood Park and Weststoke, Sussex, England. His residence in London was 51 Portland Place. The Duke was descended from Charles the Second of England, the first Duke being a natural son of that monarch. The following offices were held by the late Duke: Chancellor of Marshal College Kinrara, Invernesshire, Scotland; Goodwood Park and Weststoke, Sussex, England. His residence in London was 51 Portland Place. The Duke was descended from Charles the Second of England, the first Duke being a natural son of that monarch. The following offices were held by the late Duke: Chancellor of Marshal College and University, Aberdeen; a Privy Counsellor, Lord Lieutenant of Sussex, Vice Admiral of the Coast of Sussex, Colonel of the Royal Sussex Militia, and Aide-de-Camp to the Queen.
Charles Gordon Lenox (search for this): article 3
and as the patron of the famous races there in July of every year, is better known to the American world than he is as one of the great nobles of England. His rank, lineage, and the chief events of his life, are summed up as follows: Charles Gordon Lenox, Duke of Richmond, born 1791, succeeded his father, fourth Duke, in 1819; married in 1817, to Lady Caroline Paget, daughter of the Marquis of Anglaise. He was in the seventieth year of his age at the time of his decease. The following were his titles:--1675--Duke of Lenox, Earl of Darnley, Baron of Torbelton, in the Peerage of Scotland. In the Peerage of England, 1675, Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, and Baron of Sterlington. In the Peerage of France, 1684, Duke d'aubigny; he was also Knight of the Garter. He is now succeeded by his son, Charles, Earl of March and Darnley, born in 1818. The Duke's seats are Gordon Castle, Bannffshire; Huntley Lodge, Aberdeenshire; Kinrara, Invernesshire, Scotland; Goodwood Park and Westst
Caroline Paget (search for this): article 3
ondon, on the 21st of October, is announced in the late news from Europe. His grace, as proprietor of Goodwood Park, near Chichester, and as the patron of the famous races there in July of every year, is better known to the American world than he is as one of the great nobles of England. His rank, lineage, and the chief events of his life, are summed up as follows: Charles Gordon Lenox, Duke of Richmond, born 1791, succeeded his father, fourth Duke, in 1819; married in 1817, to Lady Caroline Paget, daughter of the Marquis of Anglaise. He was in the seventieth year of his age at the time of his decease. The following were his titles:--1675--Duke of Lenox, Earl of Darnley, Baron of Torbelton, in the Peerage of Scotland. In the Peerage of England, 1675, Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, and Baron of Sterlington. In the Peerage of France, 1684, Duke d'aubigny; he was also Knight of the Garter. He is now succeeded by his son, Charles, Earl of March and Darnley, born in 1818. Th
His rank, lineage, and the chief events of his life, are summed up as follows: Charles Gordon Lenox, Duke of Richmond, born 1791, succeeded his father, fourth Duke, in 1819; married in 1817, to Lady Caroline Paget, daughter of the Marquis of Anglaise. He was in the seventieth year of his age at the time of his decease. The orbelton, in the Peerage of Scotland. In the Peerage of England, 1675, Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, and Baron of Sterlington. In the Peerage of France, 1684, Duke d'aubigny; he was also Knight of the Garter. He is now succeeded by his son, Charles, Earl of March and Darnley, born in 1818. The Duke's seats are Gordon Castle Goodwood Park and Weststoke, Sussex, England. His residence in London was 51 Portland Place. The Duke was descended from Charles the Second of England, the first Duke being a natural son of that monarch. The following offices were held by the late Duke: Chancellor of Marshal College and University, Aberdeen; a Privy Counsellor,
Goodwood Park (search for this): article 3
Death of the Duke of Richmond. --The Lord of the Goodwood races is dead. He was the Duke of Richmond, whose death at London, on the 21st of October, is announced in the late news from Europe. His grace, as proprietor of Goodwood Park, near Chichester, and as the patron of the famous races there in July of every year, is better known to the American world than he is as one of the great nobles of England. His rank, lineage, and the chief events of his life, are summed up as follows: d'aubigny; he was also Knight of the Garter. He is now succeeded by his son, Charles, Earl of March and Darnley, born in 1818. The Duke's seats are Gordon Castle, Bannffshire; Huntley Lodge, Aberdeenshire; Kinrara, Invernesshire, Scotland; Goodwood Park and Weststoke, Sussex, England. His residence in London was 51 Portland Place. The Duke was descended from Charles the Second of England, the first Duke being a natural son of that monarch. The following offices were held by the late Duke:
of the Goodwood races is dead. He was the Duke of Richmond, whose death at London, on the 21st of October, is announced in the late news from Europe. His grace, as proprietor of Goodwood Park, near Chichester, and as the patron of the famous races there in July of every year, is better known to the American world than he is as one of the great nobles of England. His rank, lineage, and the chief events of his life, are summed up as follows: Charles Gordon Lenox, Duke of Richmond, born 1791, succeeded his father, fourth Duke, in 1819; married in 1817, to Lady Caroline Paget, daughter of the Marquis of Anglaise. He was in the seventieth year of his age at the time of his decease. The following were his titles:--1675--Duke of Lenox, Earl of Darnley, Baron of Torbelton, in the Peerage of Scotland. In the Peerage of England, 1675, Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, and Baron of Sterlington. In the Peerage of France, 1684, Duke d'aubigny; he was also Knight of the Garter. He is no
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