The Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage of Great Britain and Ireland

9781230149493: The Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage of Great Britain and Ireland
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1848 edition. Excerpt: ...his attack on the Sewolod (74) on the 26th of Aug. 1808; in 1815 was appointed deputy-comptroller of the navy, and in 1816 comptroller; heeame an admiral of the red in Nov. 1841; vice-admiral of the United Kingdom 1847; was M.P. for Plymouth from 1818 to 1832. Residence--53, Wimpole Street, London. Martins.knt.bachel. Creat. 1840.--Sir William Martins, Mar. dau. of the late Sir Thomas Mash, of the Lord Chamherlain's office; is gentleman usher of the sword of state. Residence--3, Hyde Park Gardens, London. MASON, K.C.B. Creat. 1841.--Sir Francis Mason. Born 1779; mar. 1805, 2nd dau. of 2nd Viset. Hood (she was horn 1782); entered the navy in 1793; attained the rank of rear-admiral of the red in 1846; was midshipman of the Russell in Howe's action (1794), and in Bridport's (1795); when commanding the Rattler, was repeatedly engaged with the enemy's flotillas on the coast of France and Holland in 1804-5; commanded the Daphne at the eapture of Monte Video, the Fisgard m the Waleheren expedition, and the President at the siege and storming of St. Sehastian. Residence--Wheler Lodge, near Welford, Northamptonshire. MASSAREENE, 10th Visct. Creat. 1660; Viset. Ferrard, 1797; Baron of Loughneagh, 1660; Baron Oriel, 1790 (Irel.); Baron Oriel, 1821 (Utd. Kgdm.), hy which title he holds his seat in the House of Lords John Skeppington, son of the 1st Viset. Ferrard, hy Harriet, Viseountess Massareene. Born 1812; mar. 1835, 4th dau. of Henry Deane Grady, Esq., of Lodge, co. Limerick; succeeded his mother in the Massareene and Loughneagh titles in 1831, and his father in the other honours in 1843; is author of " O'Sullivan the Bandit Chief, a legend of Killarney, in six eantos: " assumed the name of Skeffington only in 1843. The 1st peer, Viset....

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