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  1. Origins. This branch of the Fitzmaurice family descends from John Fitzmaurice, second son of Thomas Fitzmaurice, 1st Earl of Kerry (see Earl of Kerry for earlier history of the family), and his wife Anne, the daughter of the political economist Sir William Petty, whose wife had been created Baroness Shelburne for her own life only and whose two sons had been created at different times Baron ...

  2. LANSDOWNE, WILLIAM PETTY FITZMAURICE, 1st Marquess of (1737–1805), British statesman, better known under his earlier title of earl of Shelburne, was born at Dublin on the 20th of May 1737. He was a descendant of the lords of Kerry (dating from 1181), and his grandfather Thomas Fitzmaurice, who was created earl of Kerry (1723), married the daughter of Sir W

  3. Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice (father) Maud Hamilton (mother) Lieutenant-Colonel Henry William Edmund Petty-Fitzmaurice, 6th Marquess of Lansdowne, DSO, MVO (14 January 1872 – 5 March 1936), styled Earl of Kerry until 1927, was a British soldier and politician.

  4. View the profiles of professionals named "William Petty-fitzmaurice" on LinkedIn. There are 3 professionals named "William Petty-fitzmaurice", who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and ...

  5. Sir William Petty ( Romsey, 1623. május 26. – London, 1687. december 16.) angol közgazdász és filozófus. Először Oliver Cromwell alatt tűnt ki Írországban: hatékony módszereket dolgozott ki az elkobozott és Cromwell katonáinak kiosztandó földek kezelésére. Sikerült fontos szerepet betöltenie II. Károly és II.

  6. Sir William Petty (May 27, 1623 – December 16, 1687) was an English economist, scientist and philosopher. He first became prominent serving Oliver Cromwell and Commonwealth in Ireland. He developed efficient methods to survey the land that was to be confiscated and given to Cromwell's soldiers.

  7. 11 de jun. de 2018 · views 3,824,272 updated Jun 11 2018. Shelburne, William Petty, 2nd earl of (1737–1805). Shelburne was intelligent and able, but deemed untrustworthy by most of his social and political equals. He entered the army in 1757, became an MP in 1760, and went to the Lords in 1761, succeeding his father as earl of Shelburne and Baron Wycombe.