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  1. Charles Palmer, later Charles FitzRoy, 2nd Duke of Cleveland, 1st Duke of Southampton, KG, Chief Butler of England (18 June 1662 – 9 September 1730), styled Baron Limerick before 1670; Earl of Southampton between 1670 and 1675; and known as the Duke of Southampton from 1675 until 1709, when he succeeded his mother as Duke of Cleveland.

  2. Anglicanismo. Brasão. Carlos Palmer, depois Carlos FitzRoy, 2.º Duque de Cleveland e 1.º Duque de Southampton ( Londres, 18 de junho de 1662 – Londres, 9 de setembro de 1730) estilizado Lord Limerick antes de 1670 e Conde de Southampton entre 1670 e 1675, foi o filho mais velho de Barbara Palmer, Condessa de Castlemaine (nascida ...

  3. Charles FitzRoy 1662–1730 2.º Duque de Cleveland, Conde de Southampton e Barão Nonsuch, 1st Duke of Southampton, Earl of Chichester, and Baron Newbury. Henry Vane 1676–1676 Gilbert Vane 1678–1753 2nd Baron Barard. King George I 1660–1727 Sophia von Kielmansegg 1675–1725 Countess of Darlington, Countess of Leinster

  4. Carlos FitzRoy, 2° Duque de Cleveland. Factos rápidos Duque de Cleveland e Southampton ... Fechar. Em 1670, aos oito anos, ficou noivo por contrato de Maria Wood, filha de Sir Henrique Wood, mas o casamento só ocorreria quando Maria atingisse os dezesseis anos de idade.

  5. Charles Palmer, later Charles FitzRoy, 2nd Duke of Cleveland, 1st Duke of Southampton, KG, Chief Butler of England (18 June 1662 – 9 September 1730), styled Baron Limerick before 1670 and Earl of Southampton between 1670 and 1675 and known as The Duke of Southampton from 1675 until 1709 when he succeeded his mother to the dukedom of Cleveland.

  6. Charles FitzRoy (2 e Duque de Cleveland) Charles Fitzroy. Títulos de nobreza; Barão; condado; Duque; Biografia; Aniversário: 18 de junho de 1662 Londres. Morte:

  7. Há 1 dia · Charles Fitzroy, Duke of Cleveland. Charles Fitzroy, Duke of Cleveland, Duke and Earl of Southampton, Earl of Chichester, Baron of Newbury and Nonsuch, Knight of the Garter, was buried on 3rd November 1730 in the Duke of Ormond's vault at the east end of Henry VII's chapel in Westminster Abbey.