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Earl Abergavenny to Aylesford

Earl Abergavenny

On 17 May 1784 George Neville 1st Earl Abergavenny 1727-1785 (56) was created 1st Earl Abergavenny, 1st Viscount Neville.

On 09 Sep 1785 George Neville 1st Earl Abergavenny 1727-1785 (58) died. His son Henry Neville 2nd Earl Abergavenny 1755-1843 (30) succeeded 2nd Earl Abergavenny, 2nd Viscount Neville, 18th Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392. Mary Robinson Countess Abergavenny 1760-1796 (25) by marriage Countess Abergavenny.

On 27 Mar 1843 Henry Neville 2nd Earl Abergavenny 1755-1843 (88) died. His son John Neville 3rd Earl Abergavenny 1789-1845 (53) succeeded 3rd Earl Abergavenny, 19th Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392.

On 12 Apr 1845 John Neville 3rd Earl Abergavenny 1789-1845 (55) died. His brother William Neville 4th Earl Abergavenny 1792-1868 (52) succeeded 4th Earl Abergavenny, 20th Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392. Caroline Leeke Countess Abergavenny -1873 by marriage Countess Abergavenny.

On 17 Aug 1868 William Neville 4th Earl Abergavenny 1792-1868 (76) died. His son William Neville 1st Marquess Abergavenny 1826-1915 (41) succeeded 5th Earl Abergavenny, 21st Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392. Caroline Vanden Bempte Johnston Marchioness Abergavenny by marriage Countess Abergavenny.

On 12 Dec 1915 William Neville 1st Marquess Abergavenny 1826-1915 (89) died. His son Reginald Neville 2nd Marquess Abergavenny 1853-1927 (62) succeeded 2nd Marquess Abergavenny, 6th Earl Abergavenny, 2nd Earl Lewes, 22nd Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392.

On 13 Oct 1927 Reginald Neville 2nd Marquess Abergavenny 1853-1927 (74) died at Cheadle Royal. His brother Henry Neville 3rd Marquess Abergavenny 1854-1938 (73) succeeded 3rd Marquess Abergavenny, 7th Earl Abergavenny, 3rd Earl Lewes, 23rd Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392.

On 10 Jan 1938 Henry Neville 3rd Marquess Abergavenny 1854-1938 (83) died. His nephew Guy Larnach Neville 4th Marquess Abergavenny 1883-1954 (54) succeeded 4th Marquess Abergavenny, 8th Earl Abergavenny, 4th Earl Lewes, 24th Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392. Nellie Larnach Marchioness Abergavenny by marriage Marchioness Abergavenny.

On 30 Mar 1954 Guy Larnach Neville 4th Marquess Abergavenny 1883-1954 (70) died. His son John Henry Guy Neville 5th Marquess Abergavenny 1914-2000 (39) succeeded 5th Marquess Abergavenny, 9th Earl Abergavenny, 5th Earl Lewes, 25th Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392. Mary Patricia Harrison Marchioness Abergavenny 1915-2000 (38) by marriage Marchioness Abergavenny.

On 23 Feb 2000 John Henry Guy Neville 5th Marquess Abergavenny 1914-2000 (85) died. His nephew Christopher Neville 6th Marquess Abergavenny 1955- succeeded 6th Marquess Abergavenny, 10th Earl Abergavenny, 6th Earl Lewes, 26th Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392. Venetia Maynard Marchioness Abergavenny 1958- by marriage Marchioness Abergavenny.

Earl Abingdon

On 30 Nov 1682 James Bertie 1st Earl Abingdon 1653-1699 (29) was created 1st Earl Abingdon. Eleanora or Ellen Lee Countess Abingdon -1691 by marriage Countess Abingdon.

On 22 May 1699 James Bertie 1st Earl Abingdon 1653-1699 (45) died. His son Montagu Venables Bertie 2nd Earl Abingdon 1673-1743 (26) succeeded 2nd Earl Abingdon.

On 16 Jun 1743 Montagu Venables Bertie 2nd Earl Abingdon 1673-1743 (70) died. His nephew Willoughby Bertie 3rd Earl Abingdon 1692-1760 (50) succeeded 3rd Earl Abingdon. Anna Maria Collins Countess Abingdon -1763 by marriage Countess Abingdon.

On 10 Jun 1760 Willoughby Bertie 3rd Earl Abingdon 1692-1760 (67) died. His son Willoughby Bertie 4th Earl Abingdon 1740-1799 (20) succeeded 4th Earl Abingdon.

On 26 Sep 1799 Willoughby Bertie 4th Earl Abingdon 1740-1799 (59) died. His son Montagu Bertie 5th Earl Abingdon 1784-1854 (15) succeeded 5th Earl Abingdon.

On 16 Oct 1854 Montagu Bertie 5th Earl Abingdon 1784-1854 (70) died. His son Montagu Bertie 6th Earl Abingdon 1808-1884 (46) succeeded 6th Earl Abingdon. Elizabeth Lavinia Harcourt Countess Abingdon -1858 by marriage Countess Abingdon.

On 08 Feb 1884 Montagu Bertie 6th Earl Abingdon 1808-1884 (75) died. His son Montagu Arthur Bertie 7th Earl Abingdon 1836-1928 (47) succeeded 7th Earl Abingdon.

On 10 Mar 1928 Montagu Arthur Bertie 7th Earl Abingdon 1836-1928 (91) died. His grandson Montagu Henry Edmund Cecil Towneley Bertie 8th Earl Abingdon 13th Earl Lindsey 1887-1963 (40) succeeded 8th Earl Abingdon.

On 11 Sep 1963 Montagu Henry Edmund Cecil Towneley Bertie 8th Earl Abingdon 13th Earl Lindsey 1887-1963 (75) died. His half first cousin Richard Bertie 14th Earl Lindsey 9th Earl Abingdon 1931- succeeded 14th Earl Lindsey, 9th Earl Abingdon.

Earl Ailesbury

Earl Ailesbury 1C 1664

On 18 Mar 1664 Robert Bruce 2nd Earl Elgin 1st Earl Ailesbury 1626-1685 (38) was created 1st Earl Ailesbury 1C 1664. Diana Grey Countess Elgin Countess Ailesbury 1630-1689 (33) by marriage Countess Ailesbury 1C 1664.

On 20 Oct 1685 Robert Bruce 2nd Earl Elgin 1st Earl Ailesbury 1626-1685 (59) died. His son Thomas Bruce 3rd Earl Elgin 2nd Earl Ailesbury 1656-1741 (29) succeeded 3rd Earl Elgin, 2nd Earl Ailesbury 1C 1664. Elizabeth Seymour Countess Elgin Countess Ailesbury 1655-1697 (30) by marriage Countess Elgin, Earl Ailesbury 1C 1664.

Before 01 Jan 1701 Henri Gascar Painter 1635-1701. Portrait of Robert Bruce 2nd Earl Elgin 1st Earl Ailesbury 1626-1685

1738.François Harrewijn Painter 1700-1764 (38). Portrait of Thomas Bruce 3rd Earl Elgin 2nd Earl Ailesbury 1656-1741 (82)

On 27 Apr 1700 Thomas Bruce 3rd Earl Elgin 2nd Earl Ailesbury 1656-1741 (44) and Charlotte Argenteau Countess Elgin Countess Ailesbury 1678-1710 (21) were married at Brussels. Charlotte Argenteau Countess Elgin Countess Ailesbury 1678-1710 (21) by marriage Countess Elgin, Earl Ailesbury 1C 1664.

1738.François Harrewijn Painter 1700-1764 (38). Portrait of Thomas Bruce 3rd Earl Elgin 2nd Earl Ailesbury 1656-1741 (82)

On 16 Dec 1741 Thomas Bruce 3rd Earl Elgin 2nd Earl Ailesbury 1656-1741 (85) died. His son Charles Bruce 4th Earl Elgin 3rd Earl Ailesbury 1682-1747 (59) succeeded 4th Earl Elgin, 3rd Earl Ailesbury 1C 1664. Caroline Campbell Countess Elgin Countess Ailesbury 1721-1803 (20) by marriage Countess Elgin, Earl Ailesbury 1C 1664.

1738.François Harrewijn Painter 1700-1764 (38). Portrait of Thomas Bruce 3rd Earl Elgin 2nd Earl Ailesbury 1656-1741 (82)

Earl Albermarle aka Aumale

In 1127 William "Fat" Blois 1st Earl Albermarle aka Aumale 1st Earl York 1101-1179 (26) was created 1st Earl Albermarle aka Aumale. Cecily Skipton Count Aumale Countess Albermarle aka Aumale Countess York by marriage Countess Aumale.

After 22 Aug 1138 William "Fat" Blois 1st Earl Albermarle aka Aumale 1st Earl York 1101-1179 was created 1st Earl York. Cecily Skipton Count Aumale Countess Albermarle aka Aumale Countess York by marriage Countess Albermarle aka Aumale, Earl York.

On 20 Aug 1179 William "Fat" Blois 1st Earl Albermarle aka Aumale 1st Earl York 1101-1179 (78) died. His daughter Hawise Blois 2nd Countess Albermarle aka Aumale Countess Essex -1214 succeeded 2nd Earl Albermarle aka Aumale.

After 03 Jul 1190 William Forz 2nd Earl Albermarle aka Aumale -1195 and Hawise Blois 2nd Countess Albermarle aka Aumale Countess Essex -1214 were married. William Forz 2nd Earl Albermarle aka Aumale -1195 by marriage 2nd Earl Albermarle aka Aumale.

On 11 Mar 1214 Hawise Blois 2nd Countess Albermarle aka Aumale Countess Essex -1214 died. Her son William Forz 3rd Earl Albermarle aka Aumale -1242 succeeded 3rd Earl Albermarle aka Aumale.

On 26 Mar 1242 William Forz 3rd Earl Albermarle aka Aumale -1242 died. On 26 Mar 1242 His son William Forz 4th Earl Albermarle aka Aumale -1260 succeeded 4th Earl Albermarle aka Aumale.

In 1248 William Forz 4th Earl Albermarle aka Aumale -1260 and Isabella Redvers 8th Countess Devon Countess Albermarle aka Aumale 1237-1293 (10) were married. Isabella Redvers 8th Countess Devon Countess Albermarle aka Aumale 1237-1293 (10) by marriage Countess Albermarle aka Aumale.

On 30 Oct 1849 William Charles Keppel 4th Earl Albermarle 1772-1849 (77) died. His son Augustus Frederick Keppel 5th Earl Albermarle 1794-1851 (55) succeeded 5th Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 5th Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 5th Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent. Frances Steer Countess Albermarle aka Aumale -1869 by marriage Countess Albermarle aka Aumale.

On 28 Aug 1894 William Keppel 7th Earl Albermarle 1832-1894 (62) died. His son Arnold Keppel 8th Earl Albermarle 1858-1942 (36) succeeded 8th Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 8th Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 8th Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent. Gertrude Egerton Countess Albermarle aka Aumale 1861-1943 (33) by marriage Countess Albermarle aka Aumale.

Earl Albermarle 1C 1697

On 10 Feb 1697 Arnold Keppel 1st Earl Albermarle 1670-1718 (27) was created 1st Earl Albermarle 1C 1697.

Before 05 Jun 1702 Arnold Keppel 1st Earl Albermarle 1670-1718 and Geertruid Johanna Quirina Van Der Duyn Countess Albermarle were married. Geertruid Johanna Quirina Van Der Duyn Countess Albermarle by marriage Countess Albermarle 1C 1697.

On 30 May 1718 Arnold Keppel 1st Earl Albermarle 1670-1718 (48) died. His son William Anne Keppel 2nd Earl Albermarle 1702-1754 (15) succeeded 2nd Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 2nd Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 2nd Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent.

In 1745 Thomas Hudson Painter 1701-1779 (44). Portrait of William Anne Keppel 2nd Earl Albermarle 1702-1754 (42)

On 21 Feb 1722 Anne Lennox Countess Albermarle 1703-1789 (18) by marriage 2nd Countess Albermarle 1C 1697, 2nd Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 2nd Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent.

Around 1745 Thomas Hudson Painter 1701-1779 (44). Portrait of Anne Lennox Countess Albermarle 1703-1789 (41)

Around 1778 George Romney Painter 1734-1802 (43). Portrait of Anne Lennox Countess Albermarle 1703-1789 (74)

On 21 Feb 1722 William Anne Keppel 2nd Earl Albermarle 1702-1754 (19) and Anne Lennox Countess Albermarle 1703-1789 (18) were married at Caversham Reading. Anne Lennox Countess Albermarle 1703-1789 (18) by marriage Countess Albermarle 1C 1697.

In 1745 Thomas Hudson Painter 1701-1779 (44). Portrait of William Anne Keppel 2nd Earl Albermarle 1702-1754 (42)

Around 1745 Thomas Hudson Painter 1701-1779 (44). Portrait of Anne Lennox Countess Albermarle 1703-1789 (41)

Around 1778 George Romney Painter 1734-1802 (43). Portrait of Anne Lennox Countess Albermarle 1703-1789 (74)

On 22 Dec 1754 William Anne Keppel 2nd Earl Albermarle 1702-1754 (52) died. His son George Keppel 3rd Earl Albermarle 1724-1772 (30) succeeded 3rd Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 3rd Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 3rd Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent.

In 1745 Thomas Hudson Painter 1701-1779 (44). Portrait of William Anne Keppel 2nd Earl Albermarle 1702-1754 (42)

On 20 Apr 1770 George Keppel 3rd Earl Albermarle 1724-1772 (46) and Anne Miller Countess Albermarle -1824 were married at Bagshot Park Bagshot. Anne Miller Countess Albermarle -1824 by marriage Countess Albermarle 1C 1697.

On 13 Oct 1772 George Keppel 3rd Earl Albermarle 1724-1772 (48) died. On 13 Oct 1772 His son William Charles Keppel 4th Earl Albermarle 1772-1849 succeeded 4th Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 4th Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 4th Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent.

On 09 Apr 1792 William Charles Keppel 4th Earl Albermarle 1772-1849 (19) and Elizabeth Southwell Countess Albermarle were married. Elizabeth Southwell Countess Albermarle by marriage Countess Albermarle 1C 1697.

On 30 Oct 1849 William Charles Keppel 4th Earl Albermarle 1772-1849 (77) died. His son Augustus Frederick Keppel 5th Earl Albermarle 1794-1851 (55) succeeded 5th Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 5th Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 5th Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent. Frances Steer Countess Albermarle aka Aumale -1869 by marriage Countess Albermarle aka Aumale.

On 15 Mar 1851 Augustus Frederick Keppel 5th Earl Albermarle 1794-1851 (56) died at Chelsea. His brother George Thomas Keppel 6th Earl Albermarle 1799-1891 (51) succeeded 6th Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 6th Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 6th Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent.

On 21 Feb 1891 George Thomas Keppel 6th Earl Albermarle 1799-1891 (91) died. His son William Keppel 7th Earl Albermarle 1832-1894 (58) succeeded 7th Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 7th Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 7th Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent.

On 28 Aug 1894 William Keppel 7th Earl Albermarle 1832-1894 (62) died. His son Arnold Keppel 8th Earl Albermarle 1858-1942 (36) succeeded 8th Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 8th Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 8th Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent. Gertrude Egerton Countess Albermarle aka Aumale 1861-1943 (33) by marriage Countess Albermarle aka Aumale.

On 12 Apr 1942 Arnold Keppel 8th Earl Albermarle 1858-1942 (83) died at Quidenham. His son Walter Egerton George Lucian Keppel 9th Earl Albermarle 1882-1979 (60) succeeded 9th Earl Albermarle 1C 1697, 9th Viscount Bury in Lancashire, 9th Baron Ashford of Ashford in Kent.

Earl Amherst

In 1826 William Pitt Amherst 1st Earl Amherst 1773-1857 (52) was created 1st Earl Amherst. Sarah Archer Countess Amherst Countess Plymouth 1762-1838 (64) by marriage Countess Amherst.

In 1839 William Pitt Amherst 1st Earl Amherst 1773-1857 (65) and Mary Sackville Countess Amherst Countess Plymouth 1792-1864 (46) were married. Mary Sackville Countess Amherst Countess Plymouth 1792-1864 (46) by marriage Countess Amherst.

On 13 Mar 1857 William Pitt Amherst 1st Earl Amherst 1773-1857 (84) died at Knole House Knole Sevenoaks. His son William Amherst 2nd Earl Amherst 1805-1886 (51) succeeded 2nd Earl Amherst. Gertrude Percy Countess Amherst by marriage Countess Amherst.

On 26 Mar 1886 William Amherst 2nd Earl Amherst 1805-1886 (80) died at Montreal Park Sevenoaks. His son William Archer Amherst 3rd Earl Amherst 1836-1910 (50) succeeded 3rd Earl Amherst. Julia Mann Countess Amherst by marriage Countess Amherst.

Earl Ancaster in Lincolnshire

In 1892 Gilbert Henry Heathcote Drummond Willoughby 1st Earl Ancaster 1830-1910 (61) was created 1st Earl Ancaster in Lincolnshire. Evelyn Elizabeth Gordon Countess Ancaster 1846-1921 (45) by marriage Countess Ancaster in Lincolnshire.

On 24 Dec 1910 Gilbert Henry Heathcote Drummond Willoughby 1st Earl Ancaster 1830-1910 (80) died. His son Gilbert Heathcote Willoughby Drummond 2nd Earl Ancaster 1867-1951 (43) succeeded 2nd Earl Ancaster in Lincolnshire, 26th Baron Willoughby Eresby, 3rd Baron Aveland. Monument in Church of St Michael and All Angels Edenham South Kesteven.

On 19 Sep 1951 Gilbert Heathcote Willoughby Drummond 2nd Earl Ancaster 1867-1951 (84) died. His son Gilbert James Heathcote Willoughby Drummond 3rd Earl Ancaster 1907-1983 (43) succeeded 3rd Earl Ancaster in Lincolnshire, 27th Baron Willoughby Eresby, 4th Baron Aveland. Monument in Church of St Michael and All Angels Edenham South Kesteven.

Earl Anglesey

Earl Anglesey 2C 1661

Coronation of Charles II

John Evelyn's Diary 1661 April. 22 Apr 1661. Was the splendid cavalcade of his Majesty (30) from the Tower of London to Whitehall, when I saw him in the Banqueting House create six Earls, and as many Barons, viz:.
Edward Lord Hyde, Lord Chancellor (52), Earl of Clarendon; supported by the Earls of Northumberland (58) and Sussex (14); the Earl of Bedford (44) carried the cap and coronet, the Earl of Warwick (46), the sword, the Earl of Newport (64), the mantle.
Next, was Capel, created Earl of Essex.
Brudenell, Cardigan;.
Valentia, Anglesea;.
Greenvill, Bath;.
Howard, Earl of Carlisle.
The Barons were: Denzille Holles; Cornwallis; Booth; Townsend; Cooper; Crew; who were led up by several Peers, with Garter and officers of arms before them; when, after obedience on their several approaches to the throne, their patents were presented by Garter King-at-Arms, which being received by the Lord Chamberlain (59), and delivered to his Majesty (30), and by him to the Secretary of State, were read, and then again delivered to his Majesty (30), and by him to the several Lords created; they were then robed, their coronets and collars put on by his Majesty (30), and they were placed in rank on both sides of the state and throne; but the Barons put off their caps and circles, and held them in their hands, the Earls keeping on their coronets, as cousins to the King (30).
I spent the rest of the evening in seeing the several archtriumphals built in the streets at several eminent places through which his Majesty (30) was next day to pass, some of which, though temporary, and to stand but one year, were of good invention and architecture, with inscriptions.
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Notes:.
Arthur Capell 1st Earl Essex 1632-1683 (29) was created 1st Earl Essex 9C 1641. Elizabeth Percy Countess Essex 1636-1718 (25) by marriage Countess Essex 9C 1641.
Thomas Brudenell 1st Earl Cardigan 1583-1663 (78) was created 1st Earl Cardigan. Mary Tresham Countess Cardigan -1664 by marriage Countess Cardigan.
Arthur Annesley 1st Earl Anglesey 1614-1686 (46) was created 1st Earl Anglesey 2C 1661, 1st Baron Annesley Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire. Elizabeth Altham Countess Anglesey 1620-1698 (41) by marriage Countess Anglesey 2C 1661.
John Granville 1st Earl Bath 1628-1701 (32) was created 1st Earl Bath 3C 1661.
Charles Howard 1st Earl Carlisle 1629-1685 (32) was created 1st Earl Carlisle 3C 1661.
Denzil Holles 1st Baron Holles 1599-1680 (61) was created 1st Baron Holles. Jane Shirley Baroness Holles -1666 by marriage Baroness Holles.
Frederick Cornwallis 1st Baron Cornwallis 1611-1662 (50) was created 1st Baron Cornwallis.
George Booth 1st Baron Delamer 1622-1684 (38) was created 1st Baron Delamer 1C 1661. Elizabeth Grey Baroness Delamer 1622- by marriage Baroness Delamer 1C 1661.
Horatio Townshend 1st Viscount Townsend 1630-1687 (30) was created 1st Baron Townshend of Lynn Regis in Norfolk.
Anthony Ashley Cooper 1st Earl Shaftesbury 1621-1683 (39) was created 1st Baron Ashley of Wimborne St Giles.
 1661 John Crew 1st Baron Crew 1598-1679 (63) was created 1st Baron Crew. Jemima Waldegrave Baroness Crew by marriage Baroness Crew.

Around 1642. William Dobson Painter 1611-1646 (30). Portrait of the future Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (11)

Before 1691. John Riley Painter 1646-1691. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685

Around 1661 John Michael Wright Painter 1617-1694 (43). Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (30)

Before 11 Jul 1671 Adriaen Hanneman Painter 1603-1671. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685

Around 1672 John Greenhill 1644-1676 (28). Portrait of Anthony Ashley Cooper 1st Earl Shaftesbury 1621-1683 (50)

In 1620 Cornelius Johnson Painter 1593-1661 (26). Portrait of Jemima Waldegrave Baroness Crew

On 06 Apr 1686 Arthur Annesley 1st Earl Anglesey 1614-1686 (71) died. His son James Annesley 2nd Earl Anglesey 1645-1690 (41) succeeded 2nd Earl Anglesey 2C 1661, 2nd Baron Annesley Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire. Elizabeth Manners Countess Anglesey 1654-1700 (32) by marriage Countess Anglesey 2C 1661.

On 01 Apr 1690 James Annesley 2nd Earl Anglesey 1645-1690 (45) died. His son James Annesley 3rd Earl Anglesey 1674-1702 (15) succeeded 3rd Earl Anglesey 2C 1661, 3rd Baron Annesley Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire.

In Oct 1699 James Annesley 3rd Earl Anglesey 1674-1702 (25) and Catherine Darnley Duchess Buckingham and Normandby 1680-1743 (19) were married. Catherine Darnley Duchess Buckingham and Normandby 1680-1743 (19) by marriage Countess Anglesey 2C 1661.

On 21 Jan 1702 James Annesley 3rd Earl Anglesey 1674-1702 (27) died. His brother John Annesley 4th Earl Anglesey 1676-1710 (26) succeeded 4th Earl Anglesey 2C 1661, 4th Baron Annesley Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire.

On 21 May 1706 John Annesley 4th Earl Anglesey 1676-1710 (30) and Henrietta Stanley Countess Anglesey 1687-1718 (19) were married. Henrietta Stanley Countess Anglesey 1687-1718 (19) by marriage Countess Anglesey 2C 1661.

On 19 Sep 1710 John Annesley 4th Earl Anglesey 1676-1710 (34) died. His brother Arthur Annesley 5th Earl Anglesey 1680-1737 (30) succeeded 5th Earl Anglesey 2C 1661, 5th Baron Annesley Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire. Mary Thompson Countess Anglesey -1719 by marriage Countess Anglesey 2C 1661.

On 01 Apr 1737 Arthur Annesley 5th Earl Anglesey 1680-1737 (57) died. His first cousin Richard Annesley 6th Earl Anglesey 1693-1761 (44) succeeded 6th Earl Anglesey 2C 1661, 6th Baron Annesley Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire.

Earl Arlington

John Evelyn's Diary 1661 November. 02 Nov 1661. Came Sir Henry Bennett (43), since Lord Arlington, to visit me, and to acquaint me that his Majesty (31) would do me the honor to come and see my garden; but, it being then late, it was deferred.

Around 1642. William Dobson Painter 1611-1646 (30). Portrait of the future Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (11)

Before 1691. John Riley Painter 1646-1691. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685

Around 1661 John Michael Wright Painter 1617-1694 (43). Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (30)

Before 11 Jul 1671 Adriaen Hanneman Painter 1603-1671. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685

On 22 Apr 1672 Henry Bennet 1st Earl Arlington 1618-1685 (54) was created 1st Earl Arlington. Elisabeth Nassau Beverweert Countess Arlington 1633-1718 (38) by marriage Countess Arlington.

John Evelyn's Diary 1677 September. 10 Sep 1677. To divert me, my Lord (59) would needs carry me to see Ipswich, when we dined with one Mr. Mann by the way, who was Recorder of the town. There were in our company my Lord Huntingtower (28), son to the Duchess of Lauderdale (50), Sir Edward Bacon, a learned gentleman of the family of the great Chancellor Verulam, and Sir John Felton, with some other knights and gentlemen. After dinner came the bailiff and magistrates in their formalities with their maces to compliment my Lord (59), and invite him to the town-house, where they presented us a collation of dried sweetmeats and wine, the bells ringing, etc. Then, we went to see the town, and first, the Lord Viscount Hereford's (3) house, which stands in a park near the town, like that at Brussels, in Flanders; the house not great, yet pretty, especially the hall. The stews for fish succeeded one another, and feed one the other, all paved at bottom. There is a good picture of the blessed virgin in one of the parlors, seeming to be of Holbein, or some good master. Then we saw the Haven, seven miles from Harwich. The tide runs out every day, but the bedding being soft mud, it is safe for shipping and a station. The trade of Ipswich is for the most part Newcastle on Tyne coals, with which they supply London; but it was formerly a clothing town. There is not any beggar asks alms in the whole place, a thing very extraordinary, so ordered by the prudence of the magistrates. It has in it fourteen or fifteen beautiful churches: in a word, it is for building, cleanness, and good order, one of the best towns in England. Cardinal Wolsey was a butcher's son of Ipswich, but there is little of that magnificent Prelate's foundation here, besides a school and I think a library, which I did not see. His intentions were to build some great thing. We returned late to Euston, having traveled about fifty miles this day.
Since first I was at this place, I found things exceedingly improved. It is seated in a bottom between two graceful swellings, the main building being now in the figure of a Greek II with four pavilions, two at each corner, and a break in the front, railed and balustered at the top, where I caused huge jars to be placed full of earth to keep them steady upon their pedestals between the statues, which make as good a show as if they were of stone, and, though the building be of brick, and but two stories besides cellars and garrets covered with blue slate, yet there is room enough for a full court, the offices and outhouses being so ample and well disposed. the King's (47) apartment is painted à fresco, and magnificently furnished. There are many excellent pictures of the great masters. The gallery is a pleasant, noble room; in the break, or middle, is a billiard table, but the wainscot, being of fir, and painted, does not please me so well as Spanish oak without paint. The chapel is pretty, the porch descending to the gardens. The orange garden is very fine, and leads into the greenhouse, at the end of which is a hall to eat in, and the conservatory some hundred feet long, adorned with maps, as the other side is with the heads of the Cæsars, ill cut in alabaster; above are several apartments for my Lord, Lady, and Duchess, with kitchens and other offices below, in a lesser form; lodgings for servants, all distinct for them to retire to when they please and would be in private, and have no communication with the palace, which he tells me he will wholly resign to his son-in-law and daughter, that charming young creature.
The canal running under my Lady's (43) dressing room chamber window, is full of carps and fowl, which come and are fed there. The cascade at the end of the canal turns a cornmill that provides the family, and raises water for the fountains and offices. To pass this canal into the opposite meadows, Sir Samuel Morland (52) has invented a screw bridge, which, being turned with a key, lands you fifty feet distant at the entrance of an ascending walk of trees, a mile in length,—as it is also on the front into the park,—of four rows of ash trees, and reaches to the park pale, which is nine miles in compass, and the best for riding and meeting the game that I ever saw. There were now of red and fallow deer almost a thousand, with good covert, but the soil barren and flying sand, in which nothing will grow kindly. The tufts of fir, and much of the other wood, were planted by my direction some years before. This seat is admirably placed for field sports, hawking, hunting, or racing. The mutton is small, but sweet. The stables hold thirty horses and four coaches. The out-offices make two large quadrangles, so as servants never lived with more ease and convenience; never master more civil. Strangers are attended and accommodated as at their home, in pretty apartments furnished with all manner of conveniences and privacy.
There is a library full of excellent books; bathing rooms, elaboratory, dispensary, a decoy, and places to keep and fat fowl in. He had now in his new church (near the garden) built a dormitory, or vault, with several repositories, in which to bury his family.
In the expense of this pious structure, the church is most laudable, most of the houses of God in this country resembling rather stables and thatched cottages than temples in which to serve the Most High. He has built a lodge in the park for the keeper, which is a neat dwelling, and might become any gentleman. The same has he done for the parson, little deserving it for murmuring that my Lord put him some time out of his wretched hovel, while it was building. He has also erected a fair inn at some distance from his palace, with a bridge of stone over a river near it, and repaired all the tenants' houses, so as there is nothing but neatness and accommodations about his estate, which I yet think is not above £1,500 a year. I believe he had now in his family one hundred domestic servants.
His lady (43) (being one of the Brederode's daughters, grandchild to a natural son of Henry Frederick, Prince of Orange) [Note. Evelyn confused here. Elisabeth Nassau Beverweert Countess Arlington 1633-1718 (43) was the daughter of Louis Nassau Beverweert 1602-1665 who was the illegitimate son of Maurice Orange Nassau I Prince Orange 1567-1625. Frederick Henry Orange Nassau II Prince Orange 1584-1647 was the younger brother of Maurice Orange Nassau I Prince Orange 1567-1625.] is a good-natured and obliging woman. They love fine things, and to live easily, pompously, and hospitably; but, with so vast expense, as plunges my Lord (59) into debts exceedingly. My Lord (59) himself is given into no expensive vice but building, and to have all things rich, polite, and princely. He never plays, but reads much, having the Latin, French, and Spanish tongues in perfection. He has traveled much, and is the best bred and courtly person his Majesty (47) has about him, so as the public Ministers more frequent him than any of the rest of the nobility. While he was Secretary of State and Prime Minister, he had gotten vastly, but spent it as hastily, even before he had established a fund to maintain his greatness; and now beginning to decline in favor (the Duke being no great friend of his), he knows not how to retrench. He was son of a Doctor of Laws, whom I have seen, and, being sent from Westminster School to Oxford, with intention to be a divine, and parson of Arlington, a village near Brentford, when Master of Arts the Rebellion falling out, he followed the King's (47) Army, and receiving an HONORABLE WOUND IN THE FACE, grew into favor, and was advanced from a mean fortune, at his Majesty's (47) Restoration, to be an Earl and Knight of the Garter, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, and first favorite for a long time, during which the King (47) married his natural son, the Duke of Grafton (13), to his only daughter (22) and heiress, as before mentioned, worthy for her beauty and virtue of the greatest prince in Christendom. My Lord is, besides this, a prudent and understanding person in business, and speaks well; unfortunate yet in those he has advanced, most of them proving ungrateful. The many obligations and civilities I have received from this noble gentleman, extracts from me this character, and I am sorry he is in no better circumstances.
Having now passed near three weeks at Euston, to my great satisfaction, with much difficulty he suffered me to look homeward, being very earnest with me to stay longer; and, to engage me, would himself have carried me to Lynn-Regis, a town of important traffic, about twenty miles beyond, which I had never seen; as also the Traveling Sands, about ten miles wide of Euston, that have so damaged the country, rolling from place to place, and, like the Sands in the Deserts of Lybia, quite overwhelmed some gentlemen's whole estates, as the relation extant in print, and brought to our Society, describes at large.

Around 1641 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680 (22). Portrait of Elizabeth Murray Duchess Lauderdale 1626-1698 (14)

Around 1648 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680 (29). Portrait of Elizabeth Murray Duchess Lauderdale 1626-1698 (21)

Around 1665 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680 (46). Portrait of Elizabeth Murray Duchess Lauderdale 1626-1698 (38)

Around 1675 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680 (56). Portrait of John Maitland 1st Duke Lauderdale 1616-1682 (58) and Elizabeth Murray Duchess Lauderdale 1626-1698 (48)

Around 1647 John Weesop Painter -1652. Portrait of Elizabeth Murray Duchess Lauderdale 1626-1698 (20)

Around 1642. William Dobson Painter 1611-1646 (30). Portrait of the future Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (11)

Before 1691. John Riley Painter 1646-1691. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685

Around 1661 John Michael Wright Painter 1617-1694 (43). Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (30)

Before 11 Jul 1671 Adriaen Hanneman Painter 1603-1671. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685

In 1651 Gerrit van Honthorst Painter 1592-1656 (58). Portrait of Elisabeth Nassau Beverweert Countess Arlington 1633-1718 (17)

1645 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680 (26). Portrait of Samuel Morland Polymath 1st Baronet 1625-1695 (20)

Around 1650. Unknown Painter. Portrait of Louis Nassau Beverweert 1602-1665 (48)

In 1623 Michiel Janszoon van Mierevelt Painter 1566-1641 (56). Portrait of Frederick Henry Orange Nassau II Prince Orange 1584-1647 (38)

Around 1634 Anthony Van Dyck Painter 1599-1641 (34). Portrait of Frederick Henry Orange Nassau II Prince Orange 1584-1647 (49)

Before 27 Jun 1641 Michiel Janszoon van Mierevelt Painter 1566-1641. Portrait of Maurice Orange Nassau I Prince Orange 1567-1625

In 1756 Joshua Reynolds Painter 1723-1788 (32). Portrait of Henry Fitzroy 1st Duke Grafton 1663-1690 in his Garter Robes

On 28 Jul 1685 Henry Bennet 1st Earl Arlington 1618-1685 (67) died. His daughter Isabella Bennet Duchess Grafton 1655-1723 (30) succeeded 2nd Earl Arlington, 2nd Baron Arlington Harlington in Middlesex.

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In 1714 Heneage Finch 1st Earl Aylesford 1649-1719 (65) was created 1st Earl Aylesford. Elizabeth Banks Countess Aylesford by marriage Countess Aylesford.

On 22 Jul 1719 Heneage Finch 1st Earl Aylesford 1649-1719 (70) died. His son Heneage Finch 2nd Earl Aylesford 1683-1757 (36) succeeded 2nd Earl Aylesford. Mary Fisher Countess Aylesford 1690-1740 (29) by marriage Countess Aylesford.

On 29 Jun 1757 Heneage Finch 2nd Earl Aylesford 1683-1757 (74) died. His son Heneage Finch 3rd Earl Aylesford 1715-1777 (41) succeeded 3rd Earl Aylesford. Charlotte Seymour Countess Aylesford 1728-1761 (26) by marriage Countess Aylesford.

On 09 May 1777 Heneage Finch 3rd Earl Aylesford 1715-1777 (61) died. His son Heneage Finch 4th Earl Aylesford 1751-1812 (25) succeeded 4th Earl Aylesford.

On 18 Nov 1781 Heneage Finch 4th Earl Aylesford 1751-1812 (30) and Louisa Thynne Countess Aylesford 1760-1832 (21) were married. Louisa Thynne Countess Aylesford 1760-1832 (21) by marriage Countess Aylesford.

On 21 Oct 1812 Heneage Finch 4th Earl Aylesford 1751-1812 (61) died. His son Heneage Finch 5th Earl Aylesford 1786-1859 (26) succeeded 5th Earl Aylesford.

On 23 Apr 1821 Heneage Finch 5th Earl Aylesford 1786-1859 (34) and Augusta Sophia Greville Countess Aylesford -1845 were married. Augusta Sophia Greville Countess Aylesford -1845 by marriage Countess Aylesford.

On 03 Jan 1859 Heneage Finch 5th Earl Aylesford 1786-1859 (72) died. His son Heneage Finch 6th Earl Aylesford 1824-1871 (34) succeeded 6th Earl Aylesford.

In 1871 Heneage Finch 7th Earl Aylesford 1849-1885 (22) and Edith Williams Countess Aylesford -1897 were married. Edith Williams Countess Aylesford -1897 by marriage Countess Aylesford.

On 10 Jan 1871 Heneage Finch 6th Earl Aylesford 1824-1871 (46) died. His son Heneage Finch 7th Earl Aylesford 1849-1885 (22) succeeded 7th Earl Aylesford.

In 1885 Heneage Finch 7th Earl Aylesford 1849-1885 (36) died. His brother Charles Wightwick Finch 8th Earl of Aylesford 1851-1924 (34) succeeded 8th Earl Aylesford.

In 1924 Charles Wightwick Finch 8th Earl of Aylesford 1851-1924 (73) died. His grandson Captain Heneage Michael Charles Finch 9th Earl of Aylesford 1908-1940 (15) succeeded 9th Earl Aylesford.