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  1. 14 de fev. de 2024 · He died in 1762. According to the ratebooks the house was occupied by the Earl of Cork until 1766. If this is correct, it must have formed the residence of three earls, the one above-mentioned, his second son Hamilton, who died in 1764, and this third son Edmund. Boyle. Sir Cecil Wray was born in 1734.

  2. 8 de fev. de 2024 · 6. John Sawbridge, Lord Mayor of London, 1765–1784; Sir Walter Rawlinson, knight, merchant, 1784–91; Edmund Boyle, seventh Earl of Cork and Orrery, 1796–7; Dowager Countess of Cork and Orrery, widow of above, bluestocking and hostess, 1799–1840; Robert Cocks, music publishers, 1844–1904. 7.

  3. 4 de fev. de 2024 · Boyle: extant: subsidiary title of the Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky; also Baron Boyle of Youghal, Viscount Dungarvan and Earl of Cork in Ireland from 1643; also Baron Boyle of Broghill and Earl of Orrery in Ireland from 1753; also Baron Boyle of Marston in Peerage of Great Britain from 1753 Baron Chaworth: 1628: Chaworth: extinct 1693

  4. 15 de fev. de 2024 · This is a list of the various different nobles and magnates including both lords spiritual and lords secular. It also includes nobles who were vassals of the king but were not based in England (Welsh, Irish, French). Additionally nobles of lesser rank who appear to have been prominent in England at the time.

  5. Há 3 dias · Admiral of the Fleet William Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork, GCB, GCVO: 1935: Military division

  6. Há 4 dias · In 1219, he resigned it into the hands of King Henry III., and in 1224, the King's son Richard, afterwards King of the Romans, was created Earl of Cornwall. This Richard, Earl of Cornwall, left an only son Edmund, who dying without legitimate male issue, in 1300, the title again lapsed to the crown.