3 edition of Burke"s Landed Gentry: 19th edition, vol.III: The Principality of Wales; vol.IV found in the catalog.
Burke"s Landed Gentry: 19th edition, vol.III: The Principality of Wales; vol.IV
August 3, 2006
by Burke"s Peerage
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1104|
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The common names for these two publications have, over the years, become Burke's Peerage vol.III: The Principality of Wales; vol.IV book Burke's Landed Gentry.
After the death of John Burke, inhis work was continued by his son John Bernard Burke, who was appointed Ulster King of Arms inand his two sons Ashworth Peter Burke and Henry Farnham Burke, who both also became.
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(London, ) - OL Cokayne's - Complete Baronetage - Vol I - Vol II - Vol III - Vol IV - Vol V. His grandfather, John Burke (), was the original compiler of the Peerage and Baronetage in and the Landed Gentry, Henry's father, Sir John Bernard Burke (), was Ulster King of Arms and took over the editorship of these works.
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