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  1. William Clere Leonard Brendan Parsons, 7th Earl of Rosse HonFTCD (often known simply as Brendan Rosse; born 21 October 1936), is an Anglo-Irish peer. He is also 10th Baronet Parsons, of Birr Castle.

  2. The 7th Earl of Rosse, who goes by the name of Brendan Parsons, lives in the historic Birr Castle and Demesne with his wife, Alison, the Countess of Rosse.

  3. He succeeded his father as the 7th Earl of Rosse in 1979. During hias first thirty years as earl, Lord and Lady Rosse facilitated research by A.P.W. Malcomson resulting in the production of a comprehensive Calendar of the Rosse Papers in 2008.

  4. 20 de jun. de 2014 · Brendan Parsons is the seventh Earl of Rosse and the current custodian of Birr Castle, Co Offaly. How many rooms are there in the castle? It depends on what you call a room.

  5. The castle is lived in today by Brendan and Alison Parsons, Earl and Countess of Rosse – Brendan is the seventh earl – who have transformed an old stable block into Ireland’s Historic Science Centre, celebrating the extraordinary achievements of their ancestors.

  6. He was one of the very few who foresaw the consequences of the potato blight and tried to alert the British authorities. He was Lord Lieutenant of King's County from 1831 to 1867 and President of the Royal Society from 1849 to 1854. He was succeeded by his son, the fourth Earl.

  7. In Part 1 Brendan Parsons, the 7th Earl of Rosse, talked about his boyhood experiences during World War II, his return to Birr Castle, the Parsons family ancestral home, his school experience, and the path that led him to a post at the United Nations.