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by Leeson,Francis L. Leeson

ePub A Directory of British Peerages download
Author:
Leeson,Francis L. Leeson
ISBN13:
978-0806311210
ISBN:
0806311215
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Publisher:
Clearfield; Reprint edition (1985)
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Genealogy
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This is a REPRINT of the 1984 book, so no peerages that have become extinct since then (and in at least one instance during 1984) are listed as such.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). This is a REPRINT of the 1984 book, so no peerages that have become extinct since then (and in at least one instance during 1984) are listed as such. The dates of extinction are ONLY by year, no month or day. It's useful to have in one's library, but I'd recommend looking for a used copy.

Joseph Leeson, 1st Earl of Milltown (11 March 1701 – 2 October 1783) was an Irish peer and politician. He was the son of Joseph Leeson, a brewer in Dublin, and Mary Brice, daughter of Alderman Andrew Brice, Sheriff of Dublin

Joseph Leeson, 1st Earl of Milltown (11 March 1701 – 2 October 1783) was an Irish peer and politician. He was the son of Joseph Leeson, a brewer in Dublin, and Mary Brice, daughter of Alderman Andrew Brice, Sheriff of Dublin. His grandfather Hugh Leeson of Culworth in Northamptonshire came to Ireland about 1680, as an officer in military service, and made a fortune as a brewer, acquiring much property in the area around what is now Dawson Street.

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This book identifies all past and present holders of British peerages-Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, and Barons-and is the first such work to be arranged in one continuous alphabetical sequence by both titles and surnames

This book identifies all past and present holders of British peerages-Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, and Barons-and is the first such work to be arranged in one continuous alphabetical sequence by both titles and surnames.

This book identifies all past and present holders of British peerages-Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, and Barons-and is the first such work to be arranged in one continuous alphabetical sequence by both titles and surnames. So, it is a quick and convenient means of discovering whether or when a peerage existed, the surname of the individual who held or continues to hold it, his rank and nationality, and the approximate period of the peerage's tenure and its final fate, if no longer extant.

1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. from the earliest times to the present day. by Francis L. Leeson.

This book identifies all past and present holders of British peerages-Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, and Barons-and is the first such work to be arranged in one continuous alphabetical sequence by both titles and surnames

This book identifies all past and present holders of British peerages-Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, and Barons-and is the first such work to be arranged in one continuous alphabetical sequence by both titles and surnames.

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This book identifies all past and present holders of British peerages--Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, and Barons--and is the first such work to be arranged in one continuous alphabetical sequence by both titles and surnames. So, it is a quick and convenient means of discovering whether or when a peerage existed, the surname of the individual who held or continues to hold it, his rank and nationality, and the approximate period of the peerage's tenure and its final fate, if no longer extant.
  • This is a REPRINT of the 1984 book, so no peerages that have become extinct since then (and in at least one instance during 1984) are listed as such. The dates of extinction are ONLY by year, no month or day. It's useful to have in one's library, but I'd recommend looking for a used copy.

  • A compact ready-reference source which connects surnames with British titles (barons and above), and vice versa, up to the present. The Howard family, for instance, has been connected with more than thirty titles, while seven different families have held the earldom of Sussex.

  • Filled with facts and information any history buff or writer could use. Just wish there were more books like this.