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Image from page 513 of “The peerage of the British Empire as at present existing : arranged and printed from the personal communications of the nobility” (1848)
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Identifier: peerageofbritish00lodg
Title: The peerage of the British Empire as at present existing : arranged and printed from the personal communications of the nobility
Year: 1848 (1840s)
Authors: Lodge, Edmund, 1756-1839 Innes, Eliza Innes, Maria
Subjects: Nobility
Publisher: London : Saunders and Otley
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
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13 June 1826, ViscountessEbrington. — See Fortescue. 2 Cecilia-Blanche-Horatia – Seymour, h.7 July 1828. 3 Lionel – Seymour – William, b. 7 April 1832. 4 Evelyn- Mary – Stuart ft. 18 May 1835. 5 Con.stance-Wilhelmina-Frances, ft. 14July 1836. 6 Hon. Lionel-Charles, ft. 7 May 1790, d.25 Feb. 1842; having m. 15 Sept. 1820, LadyElizabeth-Emily Nugent, eldest daughter ofGeorge-Frederick, 7th Earl of Westmeath,by whom he has had issue, 1 Hon. Caroline-Margaret, Maid ofHonour to her Majesty, ft. 28 Oct. 1822.2 Elizabeth-Jane, ft. 28 Feb. 1824. 3Henry-William, R.N., ft. 11 May 1825. 4 George-Frederick, ft. 1 June 1827. 5 and 6, two daughters. 7 Hon. Lionel-Willi am, 6. 1795, m. Ist, inMarch 1820, Patience, youngest daughter ofthe late General William Scott, who d. in1821; and 2ndly, 1827, Louisa-Frances, 2nddaughter of S! Wright, Esq., who d. 24June 1847. He has issue by the 2ndmarriage, Louisa-Mary, ft. 3 Nov. 1830. 8 Lady Anna-Maria, Lady of the Bed-chamber to H.R.H. the Duchess of Kent.

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PORTLAND, DUKE OF. (Bentinck.) William-Henry-Cavendish Scott-Bentinck, Duke of Portland,Co. Dorset, Marquis of Titchfield, Co. Southampton,Earl of Portland,Viscount Woodstock, Co. Oxford, and Baron of Cirencester, Co.Gloucester, in the Peerage of Great Britain; P.C, a Commissioner ofthe Metropolitan Roads, a Family Trustee of the British Museum,and D.C.L.; b. 24 June 1768, succeeded 30 Oct. 1809, m 4 Aug.1795, Henrietta, eldest daughter and co-heir of the late Major-Ge-neral John Scott, of Balcomie, Co. Fife, and sister of the late Vis-430 POR countess Canning, by whom, who d. 28 April 1844, his Grace hadissue : 1 William-Henry-Cavendish, Marquis of Titchfield, h. 21 Aug. 17J6, d. 4 March 1824, unm. 2 Lady Henrietta, b. 21 April 1798. 3 Lady Caroline, h. 6 July 179.), d. 23 Jan. 1828.4*William-John, Marquis of Titchfield, b. 17 Sept. 1800. 5 Lord William-George-Frederick-Cavendish, M.P., b. 27 Feb. 1802. 6 Lord Henry-William, M.P., a family Trustee of the British Museum, b. 9 June 180

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