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Digby, Baron (I, 1620)

 

Creation: let. pat. 29 Jul 1620

 

Family name: Digby

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Arms:

Azure a Fleur-de-lis Argent

Crest:

An Ostrich with a Horse-shoe in its beak all proper

Supporters:

On either side a Monkey proper environed round the loins and lined Or

Motto:

Deo Non Fortuna (From God not Fortune)

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Robert [Digby], 1st Baron Digby, PC

1st son of Rt Hon Sir Robert Digby MP, of Coleshill, co. Warwick, by his wife Hon Lettice FitzGerald, suo jure Baroness Offaly, only child of Hon Gerald FitzGerald, styled Lord Offaly (by his wife Katherine Knollys, 4th dau. of Sir Francis Knollys KG by his wife Mary Carey, sister of Henry [Carey], 1st Baron Hunsdon, and only dau. of William Carey, Esquire of the Body to King Henry VIII (by his wife Lady Mary Boleyn, mistress of King Henry VIII and elder sister of Lady Anne Boleyn, suo jure Marchioness of Pembroke, herself second wife of King Henry VIII and mother of Queen Elizabeth I, 1st dau. and cohrss. in her issue of Thomas [Boleyn], 1st Earl of Wiltshire and 1st Earl of Ormonde), 2nd son of Sir Thomas Carey, of Chilton Foliat, co. Wiltshire, by his wife Margaret Spencer, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Sir Robert Spencer, of Spencercombe, co. Devon, by his wife Lady Eleanor Butler, widow of James [Butler], 5th Earl of Ormonde, and 1st dau. and cohrss. of Edmund [Beaufort], 1st Duke of Somerset), 1st son and heir of Gerald [FitzGerald], 11th Earl of Kildare

born

mar. (1)

15 Dec 1626 Lady Sarah Moore (b. 29 Mar 1609; widow of Hon Sir Thomas Moore;  d. 14 Jul 1633; bur. in St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin), 2nd dau. of Roger [Boyle], 1st Earl of Cork, by his second wife Catherine Fenton, dau. of Sir George Fenton, Secretary of State for Ireland

only son by first wife:

1. Hon Kildare Digby, later 2nd Baron Digby

mar. (2)

Elizabeth Astley (b. c. 1601; widow of Sir Francis Astley, of Hill Morton, co. Warwick;  mar. (3) as his second wife Sir Robert Bernard, 1st Bt.;  d. 3 Jan 1662/3; bur. in st Paul's, Covent Garden, co. Middlesex), dau. of Sir John Altham, of Oxhey, co. Hertford, by his second wife Mary Stapers, dau. of Richard Stapers, of London, merchant

died

6 Jun 1642 (bur. in St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin)

created

29 Jul 1620 Baron Digby, of Geashill in the King's County, with a remainder failing heirs male of his body to his brothers George, Gerald, John, Symon, Essex and Philip Digby in like manner respectively

suc. by

son by first wife

note

in his patent of creation his mother "Lettice Fitzgerald, alias Digby, widow" was confirmed in the title of Baroness Offaly for her life, the same to "revert again to the house of Kildare and not to the children of the said Lady Lettice"; Governor of King's County 1627; Privy Councillor [I] 1641; commanded a Troop of Horse for King Charles I 1642

 

Kildare [Digby], 2nd Baron Digby

born

c. 1631

mar.

in or before 1652 Mary Gardiner (d. 23 Dec 1692; bur. at Coleshill, co. Warwick), dau. of Robert Gardiner, of London

children

1. Hon Robert Digby, later 3rd Baron Digby

2. Hon Simon Digby, later 4th Baron Digby

3. Hon William Digby, later 5th Baron Digby

died

11 Jul 1661 (bur. with his parents in St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin)

suc. by

son

note

suc. his grandmother Lettice, suo jure Baroness Offaly, 1658 in her Irish estates but not her peerage; Governor of King's County

 

Robert [Digby], 3rd Baron Digby

born

30 Apr 1654

died

29 Dec 1677 (bur. at Coleshill, co. Warwick)

suc. by

brother

note

Member of Parliament for Warwick 1677

 

Simon [Digby], 4th Baron Digby

born

18 Jul 1657

mar.

27 Aug 1683 Lady Frances Noel (d. 29 Sep 1684; bur. at Coleshill, co. Warwick), 1st dau. of Edward [Noel], 1st Earl of Gainsborough, by his first wife Lady Elizabeth Wriothesley, 1st dau. and cohrss. by his first wife of Thomas [Wriothesley], 4th Earl of Southampton

only child

1. Hon Frances Digby(d. 3 May 1729; bur. at Holme Lacy, co. Hereford), mar. shortly bef. 7 Mar 1705/6 James [Scudamore], 3rd Viscount Scudamore, and had issue

died

s.p.m.s. 19 Jan 1685/6 (bur. at Coleshill, co. Warwick)

suc. by

brother

note

Member of Parliament for Warwick 1685-86

 

William [Digby], 5th Baron Digby

born

1661

mar.

after 22 May 1686 Lady Jane Noel (d. 10 Sep 1733), 2nd dau. of Edward [Noel], 1st Earl of Gainsborough, by his first wife Lady Elizabeth Wriothesley, 1st dau. and cohrss. dau. of Thomas [Wriothesley], 4th Earl of Southampton

children

1. Hon Edward Digby, Member of Parliament for Warwickshire 1726-46 (dvp. 2 Oct 1746), mar. 5 Jul 1729 Charlotte Fox (d. Nov 1778), sister of Stephen [Fox later Fox-Strangways], 1st Earl of Ilchester, and 2nd dau. of Rt Hon Sir Stephen Fox MP, of Farley, co. Wiltshire, by his second wife Christiana Hope, dau. of Rev Francis Hope, Rector of Aswarby, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1a. Edward Digby, later 6th Baron Digby

2a. Hon Henry Digby, later 7th Baron Digby

3a. Admiral Hon Robert Digby (b. 20 Dec 1732; dsp. 25 Feb 1815), mar. 19 Aug 1784 Eleanor Jauncey (widow of James Jauncey, of New York; d. 28 Jul 1830), dau. of Andrew Elliot, Governor of New York

4a. Very Rev Hon William Digby LL.D, Dean of Durham (b. 21 Jan 1733; d. 18 Sep 1788), mar. 14 Apr 1766 Charlotte Cox (d. 27 Jun 1791), dau. of Joseph Cox, and had issue:

1b. Admiral Sir Henry Digby GCB RN, Commander-in-Chief at Sheerness, commanded HMS Africa at the Battle of Trafalgar 1805 (b. 20 Jan 1770; d. 19 Aug 1842), mar. 17 Apr 1806 Lady Jane Elizabeth Howard (b. 2 Dec 1777; widow of Hon Charles Nevinson Howard, styled Viscount Andover (b. 13 May 1775; dsp. and vp. 11 Jan 1800), 1st son and heir ap. of John [Howard], 15th Earl of Suffolk; d. 29 Apr 1863), 1st dau. of Thomas [Coke], 1st Earl of Leicester, by his first wife Jane Dutton, sister of James [Naper later Dutton], 1st Baron Sherborne, and yst. dau. by his second wife of James Lennox Naper later Dutton, of Loughcrew, co. Meath, and had issue:

1c. Edward St Vincent Digby, later 9th Baron Digby

2c. Rev Hon Kenelm Henry Digby, granted the style and precedence of the younger son of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1859, Hon Canon of Norwich, Rector of Tittleshall, co. Norfolk (b. 18 Aug 1811; d. 4 Apr 1891), mar. 13 May 1835 Caroline Sheppard (d. 12 Dec 1866), 5th dau. of Edward Sheppard, of Firgrove, co. Shropshire, and had issue

3c. Hon John Digby, granted the style and precedence of the younger son of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1859, mar. 26 Jan 1834 Anne Kelso, dau. of James Kelso, of "Diamond", Londonderry, and had issue

1c. Hon Jane Elizabeth Digby, mistress of Prince von Schwarzenberg and King Ludwig I of Bavaria, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1859 (d. 11 Aug 1881), mar. (1) 18 Sep 1824 (div. by Act of Parliament 8 Apr 1830) as his second wife Edward [Law], 1st Earl of Ellenborough, (2) 10 Nov 1832 Baron Charles Theodore Herbert de Venningen, Prime Minister of Bavaria, and (3) Sheikh Medjwal el Mizrab, an Arab General in the Greek army

2b. Rev William Digby, Prebendary of Worcester (b. 25 Feb 1774; dsp. 2 Jan 1848), mar. (1) 1800 Almeria Augusta Cary (d. 24 Jun 1811), 4th dau. of Hon Lucius Ferdinand Cary, Commander-in-Chief of the British Forces in Tobago (by his wife Anne Leith, dau. of Col Alexander Leith), 1st son and heir ap. by his first wife of Lucius Charles [Cary], 7th Viscount of Falkland, and (2) 1803 his cousin Charlotte Elizabeth Digby (d. 13 Sep 1820), 1st dau. of his uncle Col Hon Stephen Digby, by his wife and cousin Lady Lucy Fox-Strangways, 2nd dau. of Stephen [Fox later Fox-Strangways], 1st Earl of Ilchester, by his wife Elizabeth Strangways Horner, sister and hrss. of Thomas Horner later Strangways, of Melbury Sampford, co. Dorset, and only dau. of Thomas Strangways Horner, of Mells Park, co. Somerset

3b. Capt Charles George Digby RN (b. 14 Dec 1780; d. 14 Jan 1829), mar. 13 Sep 1821 Elizabeth Walsh (d. 26 Dec 1855), only dau. of Sir John B Walsh, 1st Bt., and had issue

4b. Vice Admiral Joseph Digby RN (b. 15 Jul 1786; d. 5 Mar 1860), mar. Ann Jackson, 2nd dau. of Josias Jackson MP, and had issue

1b. Charlotte Sophia Digby (dsp. 15 Dec 1835), mar. 3 Apr 1784 Sir John Sheffield, 2nd Bt., of Normanby Park, co. Lincoln

2b. Elizabeth Juliana Digby (d. Nov 1807), mar. 18 Feb 1794 Sir John Henry Newbolt, Chief Justice of Madras

3b. Maria Digby (d. 23 Sep 1842; bur. at Abbotsbury Castle, co. Dorset), mar. 28 Aug 1794 as his second wife her first cousin once-removed Henry Thomas [Fox-Strangways], 2nd Earl of Ilchester, and had issue

4b. Caroline Digby (d. 14 Apr 1835), mar. 13 Jun 1791 Sir Thomas Neave, 2nd Bt., of Dagnam Park, co. Essex, and had issue

5b. Harriet Digby, mar. 1808 Rev Samuel Serrall, of Purbeck, co. Dorset

5a. Col Hon Stephen Digby, of Richmond Park, co. Surrey (b. 10 May 1742; d. 18...), mar. (1) 1 Oct 1771 his cousin Lady Lucy Fox-Strangways, 2nd dau. of Stephen [Fox later Fox-Strangways], 1st Earl of Ilchester, by his wife Elizabeth Strangways Horner, sister and hrss. of Thomas Horner later Strangways, of Melbury Sampford, co. Dorset, and only dau. of Thomas Strangways Horner, of Mells Park, co. Somerset, and (2) 6 Jan 1790 Hon Charlotte Margaret Gunning, Maid of Honour to Queen Charlotte (d. 1794), 1st dau. of Sir Robert Gunning, 1st Bt., of Horton, co. Northampton, by his second wife Anne Sutton, only dau. of Robert Sutton, of Scofton, co. Nottingham, and had issue by both wives

6a. Rev Hon Charles Digby, Canon of Wells (b. 22 Apr 1743; d. 10 Sep 1810), mar. 5 Jan 1775 Priscilla Mellier (d. 14 Dec 1837), dau. of William Mellier, of Castle Cary, co. Somerset, and had issue

2. Hon Wriothesley Digby, mar. Mary Cotes, dau. of John Cotes, of Woodcote, co. Shropshire, and had issue

1. Hon Elizabeth Digby, mar. Sir John Debden

2. Hon Juliana Digby, mar. Herbert Mackworth

3. Hon Frances Digby, mar. James Cotes, of Woodcote, co. Shropshire

died

29 Nov 1752 (bur. at Sherborne, co. Dorset)

suc. by

grandson

note

Member of Parliament for Warwick 1689-98; he did not take his seat in and was attainted by the Irish Parliament of King James II 1689; inherited the estate of Sherborne, co. Dorset, 18 Dec 1698 on the death of his cousin John [Digby], 3rd and last Earl of Bristol; one of the Common council for Georgia 1733

 

Edward [Digby], 6th Baron Digby

born

5 Jul 1730

died

30 Nov 1757 (bur. at Coleshill, co. Warwick)

suc. by

brother

note

Member of Parliament (Tory) for Malmesbury 1751-54 and for Wells 1754-57; a Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales 1751-53

 

Henry [Digby], 7th Baron Digby later 1st Earl Digby

created

19 Aug 1765 Baron Digby, of Sherborne in the County of Dorset, with remainder failing the issue male of his body to the issue male of the body of his father (Peerage of Great Britain)

1 Nov 1790 Viscount Coleshill and Earl Digby

 

The Barony of Digby was held by the Earls Digby from 1 Nov 1790 until 12 May 1856, when on the death of Edward [Digby], 2nd Earl Digby, 8th Baron Digby, etc., the Earldom of Digby became extinct and the Barony of Digby (together with the Barony of Digby created in 1765) passed to his cousin,

 

Edward St Vincent [Digby], 9th and 3rd Baron Digby

born

21 Jun 1809

mar.

27 Jun 1837 his third cousin Lady Theresa Anna Maria Fox-Strangways, a Woman of the Bedchamber 1837-56 (b. d. 2 May 1874), 1st dau. of Henry Stephen [Fox-Strangways], 3rd Earl of Ilchester, by his wife Jan Caroline Lenora Murray, 2nd dau. of Rt Hon and Rt Rev Lord George Murray DD, Bishop of St David's (by his wife Anne Charlotte Grant, dau. of Lt Gen Francis Grant), 2nd son of John [Murray], 3rd Duke of Atholl

children

1. Hon Edward Henry Trafalgar Digby, later 10th and 4th Baron Digby

2. Hon Almarus Kenelm Digby (b. 5 Sep 1850; dvp. 13 Dec 1886)

3. Col Hon Everard Charles Digby (b. 6 Sep 1852; d. 16 Jan 1915), mar. 2 Jun 1886 Lady Emily Louise Anne Petty-FitzMaurice (d. 2 Dec 1939), only dau. of Henry [Petty-FitzMaurice], 4th Marquess of Lansdowne, by his second wife Hon Emily Jane Mercer Elphinstone de Flahault, suo jure Lady Nairne, 1st dau. of Comte Auguste Charles Joseph de Flahault de la Billardrie, by his wife Hon Margaret Keith, suo jure Baroness Keith of Stonehaven Marischal, Baroness Keith of Banheath and Lady Nairne, only dau. by his first wife of George Keith [Elphinstone], 1st Viscount Keith, and had issue

4. Capt Hon Gerald Fitzmaurice Digby RN (b. 20 Dec 1858; d. 8 Dec 1942), mar. 26 Jul 1906 Lady Lilian Mary Harriet Diana Liddell MBE (d. 18 Mar 1962), 2nd dau. of Henry George [Liddell], 2nd Earl of Ravensworth, by his first wife Mary Diana Gunning-Sutton, only child of Capt Orlando Gunning later Gunning-Sutton RN, of Blendworth, co. Hampshire (by his wife Mary Seymour, 4th dau. of Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, 1st Bt. KCB, by his wife Jane Hawker, dau. of Capt James Hawker RN), 4th son of Sir George William Gunning, 2nd Bt., by his wife Hon Elizabeth Bridgeman, 2nd dau. of Henry [Bridgeman], 1st Baron Bradford, and had issue

1. Hon Victoria Alexandrina Digby (d. 21 May 1917), mar. 6 Jun 1865 Richard Marker, of Coombe House, co. Devon (d. 1916), and had issue

2. Hon Leonora Caroline Digby (b. 8 Nov 1844; d. 19 Aug 1930), mar. 5 Jan 1864 Alexander Hugh [Baring], 4th Baron Ashburton, and had issue

3. Hon Mary Theresa Digby (d. 12 Oct 1896)

died

16 Oct 1889 (bur. at Minterne, co. Dorset)

suc. by

son

note

Lieut, 9th Lancers 1827

 

Edward Henry Trafalgar [Digby], 10th and 4th Baron Digby

born

21 Oct 1846

mar.

19 Sep 1893 Emily Beryl Sissy Hood (b. 20 Mar 1871; d. 26 Nov 1928), 1st dau. of Lieut Hon Albert Hood (by his wife Julia Jane Hornby, only dau. of Thomas Wynn Hornby, of Upham House, co. Hampshire), 2nd son of Samuel [Hood later Hood-Tibbits], 3rd Viscount Hood

children

1. Hon Edward Kenelm Digby, later 11th and 5th Baron Digby

2. Hon Robert Henry Digby (b. 24 Nov 1903; d. 4 Apr 1959), mar. 11 Dec 1928 his third cousin once removed Diana Mary Sheffield (b. 17 Jan 1907; d. 17 Jul 1969), only dau. of Sir Berkeley Digby George Sheffield, 6th Bt., of Normanby Park, co. Lincoln, by his wife Baroness Julia Mary van Tuyll van Serooskerken OBE DGStJ, 1st dau. of Baron William Charles van Tuyll van Serooskerken, of The Hague, Holland, and had issue

3. Hon (Albert) Elmar Digby (b. 26 Jul 1911; d. Oct 1979)

1. Hon Lettice Theresa Digby JP (b. 16 Apr 1896; d. 6 Sep 1967), mar. 19 Mar 1921 Eric Tillyer Tatham, and had issue

2. Hon Geraldine Margot Digby (b. 21 Mar 1899; d. 1 Jun 1965), mar. 10 Jan 1918 (div. 1946) Sir Michael Albert James Malcolm, 10th Bt., and had issue

3. Hon Venetia Jane Digby (b. 3 Nov 1900; d. 16 Mar 1956), mar. 6 Dec 1923 Capt Hon Oswald Wykeham Cornwallis OBE RN (b. 16 Mar 1894; d. 28 Jan 1974), 3rd son of Fiennes Stanley Wykeham [Cornwallis], 1st Baron Cornwallis, by his wife Mabel Leigh, 1st dau. of Oswald Peter Leigh, of Belmont Hall, co. Cheshire, and had issue

died

11 May 1920

suc. by

son

note

Capt, Coldstream Guards 1868; Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Dorset 1876-85; Lt Col 1877; Col 1887

 

Edward Kenelm [Digby], 11th and 5th Baron Digby, KG DSO MC

born

1 Aug 1894

mar.

1 Jul 1919 Hon Constance Pamela Alice Bruce OBE (d. 15 Mar 1978), 4th dau. of Henry Campbell [Bruce], 2nd Baron Aberdare, by his wife Constance Mary Beckett, only dau. of Hamilton Beckett

children

1. Hon Edward Henry Kenelm Digby, later 12th and 6th Baron Digby

1. Hon Pamela Beryl Digby, US Ambassador to France 1993-97 (b. 20 Mar 1920; d. 5 Feb 1997), mar. (1) 4 Oct 1939 (div. 1946) Maj Hon Randolph Frederick Edward Spencer-Churchill MBE (d. 9 Jun 1968), only son of Rt Hon Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill KG CH, by his wife Clementine Ogilvy Hozier, suo jure Baroness Spencer-Churchill (Life Peeress), dau. of Col Sir Henry Montague Hozier KCB, by his wife Lady Henrietta Blanche Ogilvy, 1st dau. of David Graham Drummond [Ogilvy], 5th Earl of Airlie, (2) 4 May 1960 Leland Hayward, theatrical Producer and Chairman, Pacific Airways (d. Mar 1971), and (3) 28 Sep 1971 as his second wife Averell Harriman, US diplomat (d. 1986), and had issue by her first husband

2. Hon Constance Sheila Digby, served with the ATS during World War II 1939-43 and with British Security Co-ordination 1943-45 (b. 20 Sep 1921), mar. 27 Nov 1945 Charles Arthur Moore (d. 1989), 1st son of Charles Arthur Moore, of Greenwich, Connecticut, USA

3. Hon Jacquetta Mary Theresa Digby, member of Mid-Sussex Hospital Committee 1960-68 and Dorset Area Health Authority 1974-81, Chairman, Hamilton Lodge School for Deaf Children 1962-80 (b. 28 Oct 1978), mar. 20 May 1950 David Pelham James later Guthrie-James MBE DSC MP (d. 1986), 1st son of Sir Archibald William Henry James KBE MC, of Bita, Marendella, Rhodesia, and has issue

died

29 Jan 1964

suc. by

son

note

served in World War I, 1914; Adjutant, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards 1915-18; MC 1916; Acting Maj 1918-19; DSO 1919; ADC to General Officer Commanding, Aldershot Command 1919-20; Military Secretary to Governor-General of Australia 1920-23; Hon Col, Royal Artillery (Dorset TA) 1929-60; Member, Hon Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms 1939-62; Assistant Inspector of Infantry, War Office 1939-42; Inspector of Infantry Training Establishments, War Office 1942-44; Lord Lieutenant of Dorset 1953-64; Chairman, Dorset County Council 1955-62; Knight of the Garter 1960

 

Edward Henry Kenelm [Digby], 12th and 6th Baron Digby, KCVO JP

born

24 Jul 1924

mar.

18 Dec 1952 Dione Marian Sherbrooke DBE DL, 2nd dau. of Rear Adm Robert St Vincent Sherbrooke VC CB DSO, of Oxton Hall, co. Nottingham, by his wife Rosemary Neville Buckley, only dau. of Col Percy Neville Buckely CBE, of Strood Park, Horsham, co. Sussex

children

1. Hon Henry Noel Kenelm Digby, later 13th and 7th Baron Digby

2. Hon Rupert Simon Digby, of Rookwood Farmhouse, Stockcross, co. Berkshire (b. 21 Aug 1956), mar. 1986 Charlotte Fleury Hirst, 2nd dau. of Robert Hirst, of Durford Mill, nr. Petersfield, co. Hampshire, and has issue

1. Hon Zara Jane Digby (b. 27 May 1958), mar. 1993 as his second wife James Edward Caulfeild Percy, of 82 Horder Road, London (b. 31 May 1956), 2nd son of Henry Edward Percy (by his wife Eileen Ruth Morley Caulfeild, 1st dau. of Lt Col Wilmot Smyth Caulfeild), 1st son of Col Lord William Richard Percy CBE DSO (by his wife Mary Swinton, dau. of Capt George Sitwell Campbell Swinton), 5th son of Henry George [Percy], 7th Duke of Northumberland

died

1 Apr 2018

suc. by

son

note

Capt, Coldstream Guards serving in World War II 1939-45 and Malaya 1948-50; ADC to Commander-in-Chief Far East Land Forces 1950-51; ADC to Commander-in-Chief, BAOR 1951-52; Lord Lieutenant of Dorset 1984-99; Chairman, Dorset Magistrates' Courts Committee 1984-96; KStJ 1985; KCVO 1998

 

Henry Noel Kenelm [Digby], 13th and 7th Baron Digby

born

6 Jan 1954

mar. (1)

12 Jul 1980 (div. 2001) Susan E Watts, 1st dau. of Peter Watts, of 6 Albert Terrace Mews, London

children by first wife

1. Hon Edward St Vincent Kenelm Digby (b. 5 Sep 1985), mar. Jessica Frances Murray-Smith (b. 1985), 2nd dau. of David Murray-Smith, of London, by his wife Joanne Sargent, and has issue:

1a. Henry George Kenelm Digby (b. 17 May 2018)

2a. Milo Arthur Edward Digby (b. 17 May 2018)

1. Hon Alexandra Jane Kira Digby (b. 13 Mar 1987)

mar. (2)

7 Aug 2002 Sophia Malim, dau. of Robin Malim, of Groose Farm, Woolhope, co. Hereford

 

 

Last updated 19 Jun 2018

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Titles:

13th Baron Digby, of Geashill in the King's County

(Ireland, let. pat. 29 Jul 1620)

7th Baron Digby, of Sherborne in the County of Dorset

(Great Britain, let. pat. 19 Aug 1765)

 

Address:

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