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Cole, Sir William (bap. 1576, d. 1653), army officer and landowner in Ulster, was baptized on 7 October 1576 at St Mary Woolnoth, London, the only son of Emmanuel Cole (c.1542–1592?), a member of the Goldsmiths' Company, of St Botolph, Aldersgate...

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Esmonde, Laurence, Baron Esmonde of Limerick (c. 1570–1645), army officer and landowner, was the second son of Walter (also known as William) Esmonde of Johnstown, co. Wexford, and his wife, Margaret, daughter of Michael Furlong of Horetown, barony of Shelmalier, co. Wexford, one of a family of seven daughters and four sons. The ...

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Fraser, Simon Christopher Joseph, fifteenth Lord Lovat and fourth Baron Lovat (1911–1995), army officer and landowner, was born in Scotland on 9 July 1911, the elder son and oldest of the five children of Simon Joseph Fraser, fourteenth Lord Lovat and third Baron Lovat...

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Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, fifteenth Lord Lovat and fourth Baron Lovat (1911–1995) by unknown photographer, 1944 © reserved / unknown collection; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Fraser, Simon Joseph, fourteenth Lord Lovat and third Baron Lovat (1871–1933), army officer and landowner, was born at his ancestral home, Beaufort Castle, Beauly, Inverness-shire on 25 November 1871, the second son of Simon Fraser, thirteenth Lord Lovat and second Baron Lovat (1828–1887)...

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Simon Joseph Fraser, fourteenth Lord Lovat and third Baron Lovat (1871–1933) by Elliott & Fry © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Herbert, George Augustus, eleventh earl of Pembroke and eighth earl of Montgomery (1759–1827), army officer and landowner, was born on 10 September 1759 at Wilton House, Wiltshire, and was baptized there on 29 October, the only son of Henry Herbert, tenth earl of Pembroke and seventh earl of Montgomery...

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Johnstone, James Hope-, third earl of Hopetoun and de jure fifth earl of Annandale and Hartfell (1741–1816), landowner and army officer, was born James Hope on 23 August 1741 at Hopetoun House, Linlithgowshire, the second son and fourth child of John Hope, second earl of Hopetoun...

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Lambart, Charles, first earl of Cavan (c. 1600–1660), army officer and landowner, was the eldest son of Oliver Lambart, first Baron Lambart in the Irish peerage (d. 1618), servitor in co. Cavan, and Hester, daughter of Sir William Fleetwood of Carrington Manor...

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Montagu, Henry Robinson-, sixth Baron Rokeby (1798–1883), army officer and landowner, was born at Great Cumberland Place, London, on 2 February 1798, the fifth son of Matthew Montagu, formerly Robinson, fourth Baron Rokeby (1762–1831), and his wife, Elizabeth Charlton (d. 1817). He was also the great-nephew of ...

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Morris, Roger (1727–1794), army officer and landowner, was born in Yorkshire on 28 January 1727, the second son of Roger Morris (1695–1749), an architect of Netherby, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, and Mary (d. 1729), the daughter of Sir Peter Jackson...

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Murray, John George Stewart-, eighth duke of Atholl (1871–1942), army officer and landowner, was born on 15 December 1871 at Blair Castle, Perthshire. He was the fifth child and eldest surviving son of John James Stewart-Murray, seventh duke of Atholl (1840–1917), and his wife, ...

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Netterville, John, second Viscount Netterville of Dowth (d. 1659), landowner and army officer, was the eldest son of Nicholas Netterville, first Viscount Netterville of Dowth (1581–1654), and his first wife, Eleanor Bathe (d. 1634) of Drumcondra, co. Dublin. Nicholas Netterville was created viscount during an intermission of relaxation in the official pressure on Irish recusancy; his was one of a number of honours designed to conciliate, and secure Catholic goodwill and financial support. In 1623 ...

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Scott, Henry, third duke of Buccleuch and fifth duke of Queensberry (1746–1812), landowner and army officer, was born in London on 13 September 1746, the second but eldest surviving son of Francis Scott, styled earl of Dalkeith (1721–1750), and his wife, Caroline, Baroness Greenwich...

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Henry Scott, third duke of Buccleuch and fifth duke of Queensberry (1746–1812) by Thomas Gainsborough, c. 1770 in the collection of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry KT; photograph courtesy the Scottish National Portrait Gallery

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Tiwana, Sir (Muhammad) Umar Hayat, nawab (1874–1944), landowner and army officer, was born at Kalra, Punjab, on 1 October 1874. He was a member of the class of conservative Muslim landowners whose loyal co-operation was a crucial element in the reconstruction of British rule after the events of 1857–8. His father, ...