Earls

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Thavie's Inn - Bishops, Earls, and Thomas Called 'of Lincoln'
... They sold their old property to Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln in that year ... Lincoln's Inn that it derives its name from the Earl as its patron ... Thavy's property itself was, however, a sub-division of Earl Henry de Lacy's manor so that the association of lawyers may have acquired their collective name from any informal ...
Arthur Gore - Earls
... Arthur Gore, 1st Earl of Arran (1703–1717), Irish MP for Donegal Borough Arthur Gore, 2nd Earl of Arran (1734–1809), Irish MP for Wexford County Arthur Gore, 3rd Earl of Arran (1761–1837), Irish MP for Baltimore ...
Stanbridge Earls School
... Stanbridge Earls School (known as Stanbridge Earls) near Romsey, Hampshire is an independent school for boys and girls aged 10–19 ... Since the 1960s, Stanbridge Earls has specialized in teaching and helping pupils with dyslexia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia ...
Earls, Ealdormen And High-reeves Of Bamburgh
... From the mid-tenth century to the early eleventh, Bamburgh and the surrounding region (the former Bernicia), the northern part of the old Kingdom of Northumbria, was ruled by a series of high-reeves (or high-reeves, from Old English heah-gerefa) and ealdormen (Latin duces, Old English eorl, modern English earl) ... Several of these men ruled all Northumbria ...
Baron Stanhope
... and the brother of Sir Thomas Stanhope, ancestor of the Earls of Chesterfield, the Earls of Harrington and the Earls Stanhope ...

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