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Earls of Ulster (1928)

                                               

Peerage of the United Kingdom earl stubs

                                               

George Browne (Jacobite)

                                               

Ulysses von Browne

                                               

Arthur Dillon, 18th Viscount Dillon

                                               

Michael Dillon, 20th Viscount Dillon

                                               

Theobald Dillon, 15th Viscount Dillon

                                               

Bear and Ragged Staff

The Bear and Ragged Staff is a heraldic emblem or badge associated with the Earldom of Warwick. Ragged staff, is believed to belong to Morvidus, an early legendary Earl of Warwick, who, as they say, slain a giant "with a young ash-tree with twist ...

                                               

Counts Baraguey dHilliers

                                               

Counts Colonna-Walewski

                                               

Counts Jourdan

                                               

Counts Leon

                                               

Counts Merlin

                                               

Counts Mole

                                               

Counts of Montalivet

                                               

Counts Oudinot

                                               

Counts Serurier

                                               

Counts of Vaublanc

                                               

Counts of Palikao

                                               

Counts of Persigny

                                               

William Taillefer I

William "Taillefer" I was also known as William II of Angoulême. He was the Count of Angoulême from 926 to 945. He was the son of Alduin I. According to one source, his name, or the nickname was acquired because of ".how he cut down the Viking se ...

                                               

Count of Armagnac

Bernart Arnaut dArmagnac 1217–1226, in opposition. Arnauld-Bernard II associated 1072 for about ten years. Gerald III 1110–1160. (Джеральд III в 1110-1160) Bernard the Suspicious, First count privative of Armagnac 960–. Bernard III 1095–1110. (Бе ...

                                               

Isembard, Count of Autun

Isembard was a Burgundian nobleman and count of Autun. According to the Annales Fontanellenses, his father was Warin of Provence. 850, Isembard and Aledramn count of Barcelona, was sent by king Charles the bald to subdue the rebellious Margrave W ...

                                               

Amalvinus

Amalvinus was the Count of Bordeaux in the late 9th and early 10th century. He is only recorded on two occasions in history. The Council of Bourges 887 in August, he appeared as count of Bordeaux, together with William I of Auvergne, ODO of Toulo ...

                                               

William the Good, Count of Bordeaux

William the Good was the Count of Bordeaux in the final decades of the 10th century. The last recorded count of Bordeaux before him was Amalvinus, who flourished in the first decade of the century. Little is known of his reign, which may have bee ...

                                               

Arnold II of Boulogne

Arnold II is a Count of Boulogne identified by Morton and Muntz as the one slain in battle by Count Enguerrand I of Ponthieu. Frank Barlow prefers to retain the traditional identification of the slain count as Baldwin I of Boulogne. However, he a ...

                                               

Counts of Castres

Castres-en-Albigenses was a dependence of the Viscount of Albi. The Viscounts of Albi granted Castres a city charter establishing a commune with the city, headed by consuls. During the Albigensian Crusade, the city quickly surrendered to Simon de ...

                                               

Counts of Clermont-Tonnerre

Clermont-Tonnerre is the name of a French noble family, members of which played some part in the history of France, especially in Dauphine, from about 1100 to the French Revolution. Sibaud, Lord Clermont in Vienne, who first appears in 1080, was ...

                                               

Counts of Ligny

The Lords of Ligny, later Counts of Ligny, ruled the fief of Ligny-en-Barrois during the Middle Ages. In 1240, the seigniory of Ligny-en-Barrois was given by Henry II of Bar as the dowry of his daughter Marguerite, who married Henry V of Luxembur ...

                                               

Hugh II, Count of Maine

Hugh II, Count of Maine, son of Hugh I, Count of Maine, and an unknown mother, probably a daughter of Gauzlin II, Count of Maine. He was, like his father, a vassal of his uncle Hugh the Great. After the death of Hugh the Great, Hugh II allied him ...

                                               

Duchy of Montpensier

The French lordship of Montpensier, located in historical Auvergne, became a countship in the 14th century. He passed from the house of Thiern, to the house of Beaujeau, to the house of Drieux, to the house of Beaujeau again, and finally to the h ...

                                               

Sebastien, Duke of Penthievre

Sebastien de Luxembourg, duke of Penthievre was vicount of Martigues, count and later duke of Penthievre and a peer of France. He was the son of françois de Luxembourg and Charlotte de Brosse, daughter of rené de Brosse. Nephew of Jean de Brosse, ...

                                               

Count of Poitiers

Among the people who have borne the title of Count of Poitiers are: Bodilon. Warinus 638–677, son of Bodilon. Hatton 735-778. (Хаттон 735-778) Carolingian Counts Louis VII of France 1137–1152 obtained title through marriage to Eleanor. Eleanor, D ...

                                               

Count of Ponthieu

The County of Ponthieu, centered on the mouth of the Somme, became a member of the Norman group of vassal states when Count Guy submitted to William of Normandy after the battle of Mortemer. It eventually formed part of the dowry of Eleanor of Ca ...

                                               

Gilbert of Roucy

Gilbert, Count of Reims & Roucy, was the son of Renaud, Count of Reims and Alberade of Lorraine, daughter of Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine. Although his wifes name is unknown, she was likely from the family of the Poitiers. He was Count of Roucy from ...

                                               

Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise

Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in northern France. The population of the town itself is 5.368, the population of the canton is 14.939.

                                               

Count of Toulouse

The Count of Toulouse was the ruler of Toulouse during the 8th to 13th centuries. Originating as vassals of the Frankish kings, the hereditary counts ruled the city of Toulouse and its surrounding county from the late 9th century until 1270. The ...

                                               

Raymond III, Count of Toulouse

Raymond III is the designation assigned to distinct or possibly-distinct Counts of Toulouse in the mid-to-late 10th century. Recent scholarship has overturned the traditional account of the counts during this period without consensus arising for ...

                                               

Treguier

Treguier is a port town in the Cotes-dArmor department in Brittany in northwestern France. It is the capital of the province of Tregor.

                                               

Count of Vermandois

Wagon II c. 600, son of previous. Wagon I c. 550. Emerannus c. 511, son of previous. Leodegar, Count of Vermandois c. 484. Garifrede c. 660. (Garifrede с. 660) Ingomar, Count of Vermandois c. 680. Bertrude, daughter of previous and wife of Clotai ...

                                               

Counts of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen

                                               

Counts of Stade

The Counts of Stade were members of the Saxony nobility beginning in the 10th century. Stade had developed since the 8th century as a principal center of trade and communications. The Counts of Stade created their domain between the lower Elbe an ...

                                               

Counts of Stolberg-Wernigerode

                                               

Arnold I, Count of Cleves

Arnold I was Count of Cleves from 1119 through 1147. County Kleve German: Grafschaft Kleve, Dutch: near Graafschap kleef was a comital polity of the Holy Roman Empire in Germany today part of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Netherlands, province L ...

                                               

Arnold II, Count of Cleves

Arnold II was Count of Cleves from 1198 through 1201, possibly as a regent for Dietrich V. County Kleve German: Grafschaft Kleve, Dutch: near Graafschap kleef was a comital polity of the Holy Roman Empire in Germany today part of North Rhine-West ...

                                               

Dietrich I, Count of Cleves

Dietrich I was the first Count of Cleves. He reigned from 1092 through 1119. The County of Cleves was a comital polity of the Holy Roman Empire in present Germany and the Netherlands. Its rulers, called counts, had a special and privileged standi ...

                                               

Dietrich IV, Count of Cleves

Dietrich IV was Count of Cleves from 1188 through 1198. County Kleve German: Grafschaft Kleve, Dutch: near Graafschap kleef was a comital polity of the Holy Roman Empire in Germany today part of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Netherlands, provinc ...

                                               

County of Montone

The County of Montone was a noble fiefdom in Italy, formed of the town of Montone and its territory. That territory was turned into a county by Antipope John XXIII on 28 August 1414 and granted by him to Braccio da Montone, a condottiero. Pope Ma ...

                                               

Count of Manila

Count of Manila is a Spanish hereditary title created in 1848 for Narciso Claveria y Zaldua, Governor-General of the Philippines. In the Philippines during the Spanish colonial possessions. The title was the reward for the success of the military ...

                                               

Count of Mansilla

The title of Count of Mansilla originates from the 17th century. The first Count of Mansilla was Antonio Campuzano y Riva Herrera in 1689. Successive Counts have been involved in Spanish politics, especially during the 20th century. One member of ...

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