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  1. Elizabeth Butler, Duchess of Ormond and 2nd Baroness Dingwall (née Preston; 1615–1684) reunited the Ormond estate as her maternal grandfather, Black Tom, 10th Earl of Ormond had it, by marrying James Butler, later Duke of Ormond, her second cousin once removed.

  2. 28 de abr. de 2022 · Genealogy profile for Elizabeth Butler, Duchess of Ormond and 2nd Baroness Dingwall

  3. 6 de jan. de 2023 · Elizabeth Butler, née Preston (1615–84), had inherited, through her mother (daughter and heir to the 10th Earl of Ormonde), more than half of the Ormonde estate, including Kilkenny Castle. Her marriage to her second cousin, James Butler, Viscount Thurles, reunited the estate and title when he became 12th Earl.

  4. Elizabeth Butler (1640-1665) Countess of Chesterfield. Artist: studio of Sir Peter Lely (1618-90) Second daughter of the Duke and the Duchess of Ormond, she married in 1660 as his second wife, Philip Stanhope, 2nd Earl of Chesterfield. She was described by a contemporary as ‘one of the most agreeable women in the world’.

  5. Butler, Elizabeth ( c. 1585–1628), countess of Desmond and Lady Dingwall , was the only daughter of Thomas Butler (qv), 10th earl of Ormond, and his English-born second wife Elizabeth Sheffield, daughter of John, Lord Sheffield, and Lady Douglass Howard.

  6. Butler, Elizabeth (1615–1684), duchess of Ormond and Lady Dingwall , noblewoman, was the only child of Richard Preston , Lord Dingwall, one of James I's gentlemen of the bedchamber, and Elizabeth Butler, the only surviving child of Thomas Butler (qv), 10th earl of Ormond.

  7. 31 de out. de 2023 · In The Correspondence of Elizabeth Butler, Duchess of Ormonde, Naomi McAreavey allows her reader to delve into the life of a previously understudied female noble who held considerable influence acr...