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Viscount Chelmsford
... Kingdom in 1858 for the first Viscount's grandfather, the lawyer and Conservative Sir Frederic Thesiger, who twice served as Lord Chancellor of Great Britain ... Sir Frederic Thesiger (d ... Charles Wemyss Thesiger (1831–1903), second son of the first Baron, was a Lieutenant-General in the Army ...
List Of Heirs Of Scotland - Heirs To James I
... and ruled Scotland himself until his death on 3 September 1420, when he was succeeded by his son Murdoch as Duke of Albany and Regent of the Kingdom ... regain full control of his Kingdom, James I had Murdoch and his son Sir Alexander Stewart attainted and beheaded on 25 May 1425 (Murdoch's eldest ... Murdoch's youngest son Sir James Stewart of Baldorran (called James Mór, or "the Fat"), fled to Ireland where he died in 1451, but he was disqualified from the ...
Edwin Sandys (bishop) - Descendants
... His eldest son, Sir Samuel Sandys of Ombersley in Worcestershire, was ancestor of the Lords Sandys of Ombersley ... His second son, Sir Edwin Sandys, was one of the colonial organizers and treasurer of the New World colony of Virginia ... Another son Sir Miles Sandys, 1st Baronet was created baronet ...
Herstmonceux Castle - Owners of Herstmonceux Manor/Castle
1211 - Their son Waleran de Monceux. 1216 - His son William de Monceux ... ? - His son Waleran de Monceux ...
Codrington Baronets
... He disinherited his son Sir William, the third Baronet, and bequeathed his estates to his nephew Christopher Bethell-Codrington (the eldest son of his brother ... Sir Edward Codrington, son of Edward Codrington, fourth son of the first Baronet and a younger brother of Christopher Bethell-Codrington, was an Admiral in ... His elder son Sir William Codrington was a Lieutenant-General in the Army and represented Greenwich in the House of Commons while his younger son Sir Henry ...

Famous quotes containing the words sir and/or son:

    ‘Tirra Tirra,’ by the river
    Sang Sir Lancelot.
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)

    It is cruel for you to leave your daughter, so full of hope and resolve, to suffer the humiliations of disfranchisement she already feels so keenly, and which she will find more and more galling as she grows into the stronger and grander woman she is sure to be. If it were your son who for any cause was denied his right to have his opinion counted, you would compass sea and land to lift the ban from him.
    Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)