Coke, Thomas William, second earl of Leicester of Holkham (1822–1909), agriculturist and landowner, was born at Holkham Hall, the family seat in Norfolk, on 26 December 1822, the eldest son of Thomas William Coke, ‘Coke of Norfolk’, afterwards first earl of Leicester (1754–1842)...
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Isham, Sir Charles Edmund, tenth baronet (1819–1903), rural improver and gardener, was born on 16 December 1819, the second son of Sir Justinian Isham, eighth baronet (1773–1845), and his wife, Mary Close (d. 1878). He was educated at Rugby School and at ...
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Kingscote, Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge (1830–1908), courtier and agriculturist, born at Kingscote Park, Gloucestershire, on 28 February 1830, was the only son of Thomas Henry Kingscote (1799–1861), and his first wife, Lady Isabella (1809–1831), sixth daughter of Henry Somerset, sixth duke of Beaufort...
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Steuart, Sir Henry Seton, first baronet (1759–1836), landowner and agriculturist, born on 20 October 1759, was the second but eldest surviving son of James Steuart (b. 1715), tenth of Allanton, Lanarkshire, an agriculturist and scholar. His mother, Margaret, was a daughter of ...