1 edition of Pedigree of Duncombe, Earl Feversham, of Duncombe Parkl. found in the catalog.
Pedigree of Duncombe, Earl Feversham, of Duncombe Parkl.
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William, the second baron, married Lady Louisa Stewart, daughter of the Earl of Galloway, and at his death, inwas succeeded by his eldest surviving son, William Ernest, who, the following year, was created Viscount Helmsley and Earl of Feversham.
* Anthony Duncombe, nephew of Sir Charles, was, increated Lord Feversham and Baron of Descent of the manor La Zouche. North Molton was a manor within the royal demesne (known as Nortmoltone in ) until it was granted to a member of the la Zouche family by King John (–).
In Roger la Zouche was granted licence to hold a weekly market in the manor and an annual fair on All Saints' Day. Alan la Zouche, 1st Baron of Duncombe Parkl. book Zouche of Ashby (–), son of Upon his death, in Marchhe bequeathed that his second son, Jake, should be allowed to occupy Duncombe Park, not Jasper, who became the Seventh Baron Feversham.
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