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Howard, Walter Hope Long (1759–1830/31), peerage claimant, was born on 10 May 1759 and baptized on 10 June at St Anne's, Soho, the son of William Howard (1724/5–1777) and his wife, Catherine Tidcomb or Titcombe (bap. 1725, d. 1778), the daughter of ...

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Knollys, Charles, styled fourth earl of Banbury (bap. 1662, d. 1740), peerage claimant and duellist, was baptized at Boughton, Northamptonshire, on 3 June 1662, the eldest son of Nicholas Knollys (1631–1674) [see under Knollys, William, first earl of Banbury], who claimed to be ...

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Neville, Edmund (b. before 1555, d. in or after 1620), peerage claimant, was the son and heir of Richard Neville (d. 1590), who held the manors of Penwyn and Wyke Sapie in Worcestershire, and Barbara Arden of Park Hill in the same county. As a young man, according to his letter of 1620 to ...

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Vernon, Henry, styled Baron Powys (1548–1606), landowner and peerage claimant, was born on Christmas day 1548, the elder son of Thomas Vernon (d. 1557), of Stokesay, Shropshire, and his wife, Dorothy Lovel. His grandfather Thomas's marriage to Anne Ludlow, a coheir to the estate founded in the late thirteenth century by the famous wool merchant ...

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Villiers [Danvers], John, styled third earl of Buckingham (c. 1677–1723), peerage claimant, was born about 1677, the only surviving son of Robert Villiers or Danvers, styled third Viscount Purbeck (c.1656–1684), and his wife, Margaret Maccarty (d. 1698), the widow of ...