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United Kingdom, England: Rulers, Statesmen, and Titleholders
England, Great Britain and the United Kingdom of Great Britain. The British Crown maintains jurisdiction over the Peerage of Ireland. For those titles (including Northern Ireland), see Ireland.

Name
Tenure
Family
Bedford
Duke of Bedford
cr 1485-95† - extinct
Tudor (201)
British Antarctic Territory see Antarctica
Buckingham
Dukes of Buckingham, 1623 creation
1st
1623-28†
Villiers (320)
Marquesses of Buckingham, 1618 creation
1st 
George Villiers (1st D of Buckingham)
1618-28†
Villiers (320)
Earls of Buckingham, 1617 creation
1st 
George Villiers (1st D of Buckingham)
1617-28†
Villiers (320)
Burghclere
Baron Burghclere, of Walden, 1895 creation
1895-1921† - extinct
Gardner (2359)
Chester
Earls of Chester
P Edward (P of Wales)[39.3]
cr 1333-76† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
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P Richard (Richard II, K of England)[39.3]
cr 1376-77 - to Eng. crown; †1400[39.3]
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P Henry (Henry V, K of England)[39.3]
cr 1399-1413 - to Eng. crown; †1422[39.3]
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P Edward (P of Wales)[39.3]
cr 1454-71† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
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P Richard (P of Wales)[39.3]
by grant of Chester lands 1460†[39.3]
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P Edward (Edward V, K of England)[39.3]
cr 1471-83 - to Eng. crown; †1483[39.3]
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P Edward (P of Wales)[39.3]
cr 1483-84† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
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cr 1489-1502† - to Eng. crown
Tudor (201)
cr 1503-09 - to Eng. crown; †1547
Tudor (201)
P Henry Frederick (P of Wales)

cr 1610-12† - to Eng. crown[39.3]

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cr 1616-25 - to Eng. crown; †1649

Stuart (414)
cr 1751-60 - to Brit. crown; †1820
Hanover (2857)

cr 1762-1820 - to Brit. crown; †1830

Hanover (2857)

cr 1841-1901 - to Brit. crown; †1910

Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (724.6)
Cobham
Lordship of Cobham, Kent
grant 1606; †1624
Stuart (414)
Cornwall
Earls of Cornwall[39.3]
Alain Caignard[39.3]
-1075? dep.[39.3]
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Robert de Mortain (C of Mortain)[39.3]
†1090[39.3]
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William de Mortain (C of Mortain)[39.3]
-1106 att.[39.3]
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Alain, (C of Brittany)[39.3]
cr 1140-41 depr; †1146[39.3]
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Reynold de Dunstanville[39.3]
cr 1141-75† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
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Baldwin de Reviers[39.3]
cr? †1188[39.3]
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P John (K of England)[39.3]
cr? 1189-99 - to Eng. crown; †1216[39.3]
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Henry Fitz-Earl[39.3]
cr? 1217-20 res. - to Eng. crown; †1222[39.3]
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Earls of Cornwall, 1227? creation[39.3]
1st
P Richard[39.3]
1227?-72†[39.3]
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2nd
P Edmund[39.3]
1272-1300† - extinct[39.3]
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Earls of Cornwall[39.3]
Piers de Gavaston[39.3]
cr 1307-12† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
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P John of Eltham[39.3]
cr 1328-36† - extinct[39.3]
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P Edward (P of Wales)[39.3]
cr 1337-76† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
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P Richard (Richard II, K of England)[39.3]
cr 1376-77 - to Eng. crown; †1400[39.3]
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P Henry (Henry V, K of England)[39.3]
cr 1399-1413 - to Eng. crown; †1422[39.3]
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Dukes of Cornwall
P Henry (Henry VI, K of England)[39.3]
cr/royal heir? 1421-22 - to Eng. crown; †1471[39.3]
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P Edward (P of Wales)[39.3]
royal heir 1453-71† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
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P Edward (Edward V, K of England)[39.3]
cr 1471-83 - to Eng. crown; †1483[39.3]
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P Edward (P of Wales)[39.3]
royal heir 1483-84† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
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royal heir 1486-1502† - to Eng. crown
Tudor (201)
royal heir 1502-09 - to Eng. crown; †1547 
Tudor (201)
royal heir 1511† - to Eng. crown
Tudor (201)
royal heir 1513† - to Eng. crown
Tudor (201)
royal heir 1515† - to Eng. crown
Tudor (201)
P Edward (Edward VI, K of England) royal heir 1537-47 - to Eng. crown; †1553
Tudor (201)
P Henry Frederick (P of Wales)

royal heir 1603-12† - to Eng. crown

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royal heir 1612-25 - to Eng. crown; †1649

Stuart (414)
P Charles[39.3]

royal heir - to Eng. crown; 1629†[39.3]

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royal heir 1762-1820 - to Eng. crown; †1830

Hanover (2857)
P Albert Edward (Edward VII, K of Great Britain) royal heir 1841-1901 - to Eng. crown; †1910
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (724.6)
Cumberland
Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn
P Henry Frederick[39.3]
cr 1766-90† - extinct[39.3]
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England, Great Britain, United Kingdom
Kings and Queens of the English
975-78†
Wessex (3591)
Kings and Queens of England
1485-1509†
Tudor (201)
1509-47†
Tudor (201)
Edward VI 1547-53†
Tudor (201)
1553-58†
Tudor (201)

1558-1603†

Tudor (201)
1603-25†
Stuart (414)

1625-49†

Stuart (414)
Merged with the Scottish crown to form Great Britain (Act of Union), 1707[57]
Kings and Queens of Great Britain (England, Scotland)

1760-1801; †1820

Hanover (2857)
Merged with Ireland to form the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (Act of Union), 1801[57]
Kings and Queens of Great Britain and Ireland (England, Scotland, Ireland)
Pretender: Charles III (P Charles Edward Stuart)

1766-88†

Stuart (414)

1801-20†

Hanover (2857)
Regent
Prince George (George IV) (for George III)
1811-20; †1832
Hanover (2857)

1820-30†

Hanover (2857)

1837-1901†

Hanover (2857)

1901-10†

Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (724.6)
Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 1922 [57]
Kings and Queens of Great Britain/United Kingdom and Northern Ireland (England, Scotland, Northern Ireland)
Princes of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland
P Philip (D of Edinburgh)
1957-; *1921

Schleswig-H-S-G-Greece (218.2)

Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom
Robert Walpole
1721-42; †1745
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Spencer Compton, E of Wilmington
1742-43; †1743
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Henry Pelham
1743-54; † 1754
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Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st D of Newcastle (1)
1754-56; †1768
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William Cavendish, 4th D of Devonshire
1756-57; †1764
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Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st D of Newcastle (2)
1757-62; †1768
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John Stuart, 3rd E of Bute
1762-63; †1792
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George Grenville
1763-65; †1770
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Charles Wentworth, 2nd M of Rockingham (1)
1765-66; †1782
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William Pitt
1766-68; †1778
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Augustus Fitzroy, 3rd D of Grafton
1768-70; †1811
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Frederick North, 8th Lord North
1770-82; †1892
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Charles Wentworth, 2nd M of Rockingham (2)
1782; †1782
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William Petty-Fitzmaurice, 2nd E of Shelburne
1782-83; †1805
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William Cavendish, 3rd D of Portland (1)
1783; †1809
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William Pitt (1)
1783-1801; †1806
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Henry Addington
1801-04; †1844
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William Pitt (2)
1804-06; †1806
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William Grenville, 1st B Grenville
1806-07; †1834
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William Cavendish, 3rd D of Portland (2)
1807-09; †1809
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Spencer Perceval
1809-12; †1812
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Robert Banks-Jenkinson, 2nd E of Liverpool
1812-27; †1828
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George Canning
1827; †1827
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Frederick Robinson, V Goderich
1827-28; †1859
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Arthur Wellesley, 1st D of Wellington
1828-30; †1852
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Charles Grey, 2nd E Grey
1830-34; †1845
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William Lamb, 2nd V Melbourne (1)
1834; †1848
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Robert Peel (1)
1834-35; †1850
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William Lamb, 2nd V Melbourne (2)
1835-41; †1848
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Robert Peel (2)
1841-46; †1850
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L John Russell (1)
1846-52; †1878
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Edward Stanley, 14th E of Derby (1)
1852; †1869
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George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th E of Aberdeen
1852-55; †1860
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Henry Temple, 3rd V Palmerston (1)
1855-58; †1865
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Edward Stanley, 14th E of Derby (2)
1858-59; †1869
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Henry Temple, 3rd V Palmerston (2)
1859-65; †1865
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L John Russell (2)
1865-66; †1878
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Edward Stanley, E of Derby (3)
1866-68; †1869
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Benjamin Disraeli (1)
1868; †1881
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1868-74; †1898
Gladstone (365)
Benjamin Disraeli (2)
1874-80; †1881
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1880-85 res; †1898
Gladstone (365)
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd M of Salisbury (1)
1885-86; †1903
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1886 res; †1898
Gladstone (365)
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd M of Salisbury (2)
1886-92; †1903
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1892-94 res; †1898
Gladstone (365)
Archibald Primrose, 5th E of Rosebery
1894-95; †1929
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Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd M of Salisbury (3)
1895-1902; †1903
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Arthur Balfour
1902-05; †1930
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Henry Campbell-Bannerman
1905-08; †1908
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Herbert Asquith (1)
1908-15; †1928
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Herbert Asquith (2)
1915-16; †1928
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David Lloyd George
1916-22; †1945
••••
Andrew Bonar Law
1922-23; †1923
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Stanley Baldwin (1)
1923-24; †1947
••••
James MacDonald (1)
1924; †1937
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Stanley Baldwin (2)
1924-29; †1947
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James MacDonald (2)
1929-31; †1937
••••
James MacDonald (3)
1931-35; †1937
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Stanley Baldwin (3)
1935-37; †1947
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Arthur Chamberlain
1937-40; †1940
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Winston Churchill (1)
1940-45; †1965
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Clement Attlee
1945-51; †1967
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Winston Churchill (2)
1951-55; †1965
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Anthony Eden
1955-57; †1977
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Harold Macmillan
1957-63; †1986
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Alex Douglas-Home
1963-64; †1995
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Harold Wilson (1)
1964-70; †1995
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Edward Heath
1970-74; †2005
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Harold Wilson (2)
1974-76; †1995
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James Callaghan
1976-79; †2005
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Margaret Thatcher
1979-90; †2013
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John Major
1990-97; *1943
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Tony Blair
1997-2007; *1953
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Gordon Brown
2007-10; *1951
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David Cameron
2010-16; *1966
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Theresa May
2016-19; *1956
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Boris Johnson
2019-22-; *1964
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Liz Truss
2022-; *1975
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Rishi Sunak
2022-; *1980
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Falkland Islands
First recorded landing by the English 1690 - islands named 'Falklands'
East Falkland (Fort Saint-Louis under France; Puerto de la Soledad under Spain)
French settlement East Falkland 1764 - islands named 'Malovines'
Governor of Fort Saint-Louis
Michele-Francois de Nerville 1764-67
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►France sells settlement to Spanish 1766
Governors of Puerto de la Soledad
Felipe Ruiz Puente 1767-73 ret
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Domingo Chauri (temporary) 1773-74
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Francisco Gil de Taboada y Lemos 1774-77 ret
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Ramon de Carassa y Sousa 1777-79
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Salvador de Medina y Juan 1779-81
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Jacinto Altolaguirre 1781-83; †1787
••••
Fulgencio Montemayor 1783-84
••••
Agustin Figueroa 1784-85
••••
Ramon de Clairac y Villalonga (1) 1785-86; †1814
••••
Pedro de Mesa y Castro (1) 1786-87
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Ramon de Clairac y Villalonga (2) 1787-88; †1814
••••
Pedro de Mesa y Castro (2) 1788-89
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Ramon de Clairac y Villalonga (3) 1789-90; †1814
••••
Juan Jose de Elizalde y Ustariz (1) 1790-91
••••
Pedro Sanguineto y Basso (1) 1791-92
••••
Juan Jose de Elizalde y Ustariz (2) 1792-93; †1814
••••
Pedro Sanguineto y Basso (2) 1793-94
••••
Jose Aldana y Ortega (1) 1794-95; †>1818
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Pedro Sanguineto y Basso (3) 1795-96
••••
Jose Aldana y Ortega (2) 1796-97; †>1818
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Luis de Medina y Torres (1) 1797-98; †>1815
••••
Francisco de Viana y Alzaybar (1) 1798-99; †1820
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Luis de Medina y Torres (2) 1799-1800; †>1815
••••
Francisco de Viana y Alzaybar (2) 1800-01; †1820
••••
Ramón Fernández 1802-02
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Bernardo de Bonavía (1) 1802-03; †1819
••••
Antonio Leal de Ibarra y Oxinando (1) 1803-04
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Bernardo de Bonavía (2) 1804-05; †1819
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Antonio Leal de Ibarra y Oxinando (2) 1805-06
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Bernardo de Bonavía (3) 1806-08; †1819
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Gerardo Bondas 1808-10
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Pablo Guillen Martinez 1810-11; †1839
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Spanish abandon East Falkland 1811
West Falkland (Port Egmont)
British proclaim sovereignty, establish settlement at Port Egmont 1765
Naval Officers-in-Charge of West Falkland
John McBride 1766-67; †1800
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Anthony Hunt 1767-70; †1795
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George Farmer 1770; †1779
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►Spanish expel the British 1770
British return to West Falkland 1771-74
John Burr 1771-73
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Samuel Wittewrong Clayton 1773-74; †1795
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British abandon settlement, but maintain claim to the islands 1774
Islas Malvinas
Spanish take possession of West Falkland, and rename the islands the Malvinas 1774
Argentina claims islands and proclaims sovereignty 1820-pres
Military and Civil Commander of the Falklands
Louis Vernet

1829-32; †1871

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Argentinian settlement destroyed by America 1831
Military and Civil Commander of the Falklands
Joseph Mestivier

1832†

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Juan Antonio Gomila

1832

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Jose Antonio Pinedo

1832-33 dep

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Juan Simon?

1833?†

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British takeover, Argentinians expelled 1833
Falkland Isands
Resident Naval-Officers-in-Charge of the Falkland Islands
Henry Smith

1834-38; †1854

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Robert Lowcay

1838-39; †1853

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John Tyssen

1839–42; †1893

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British colony 1840
Lieutenant-governor of the Falkland Islands
Richard Moody

1842-43; †1887

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Falkland Islands Dependencies unit 1843-1985
Governors of the Falkland Islands
Richard Moody

1843-48; †1887

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George Rennie

1848-55; †1860

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Thomas Moore

1855-62; †1871

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James Mackenzie

1862-66; †1879

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William Robinson

1866-70; †1897

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George D'Arcy

1870-76; †1885

••••
Jeremiah Callaghan

1876-80; †1881

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Acting governor: Arthur Bailey

1878; †1883

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Acting governor: Robert Packe

1880; †1894

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Thomas Kerr

1880-91; †1907

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Acting governor: Arthur Barkly

1886; †1890

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Acting governor: Edward Brooks

1890; †1896

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Acting governor: Frederick Sanguinetti

1891; †1906

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Sir Roger Goldsworthy

1891-97; †1900

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Acting governor: Sir George Melville

1893; †1924

••••
Sir William Grey-Wilson

1897-1904; †1926

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Sir William Allardyce

1904-15; †1930

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Acting governor: Henry Grant

1907; †1934

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Acting governor: Sir Thomas Best

1909-10; †1941

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Acting governor: John Dickson

1913-14; †1944

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Acting governor: Claude Condell

1915

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Sir William Young

1915-20; †1943

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Acting governor: Sir Thomas St Johnston

1919-20; †1950

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Acting governor: William Paulin

1920

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Sir John Middleton

1920-27; †1954

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Acting governor: Sir Herbert Henniker Heaton

1923-24; †1961

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Acting governor: John Ellis (1)

1927

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Sir Arnold Hodson

1927-31; †1944

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Acting governor: John Ellis (2)

1928-29

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Acting governor: John Ellis (3)

1931

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Sir James O'Grady

1931-34; †1934

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Acting governor: John Ellis (4)

1934

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Sir Herbert Henniker Heaton

1934-41; †1961

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Sir Allan Wolsey Cardinall

1941-46; †1956

••••
Sir Geoffrey Clifford

1946-54; †1986

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Acting governor: Colin Campbell

1953; †1997

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Sir Oswald Raynor Arthur

1954-57; †1973

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Sir Edwin Arrowsmith 1957-64; †1992
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Sir Cosmo Haskard 1964-70; †2017
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Acting governor: John Jones

1970-71; †2016

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Ernest Lewis 1971-75; †2006
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Neville French 1975-76; †1995
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James Parker 1976-80; †2009
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Sir Rex Hunt (1) 1980-82; dep; †2012
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Argentinian occupation, Falklands War 1982
Sir Rex Hunt (2) 1982-85; †2012
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►British Overseas Territory 1982-
Sir Gordon Jewkes 1985-88; *1931
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William Fullerton 1988-92; *1939
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David Tatham 1992-96; *1939
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Richard Ralph 1996-99; *1946
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Donald Lamont 1999-2002; *1947
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Howard Pearce 2002-06; *1949
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Alan Huckle 2006-10; *1948
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►New constitution 2009
Nigel Haywood 2010-14; *1955
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►Referendum result favoured continuation of British rule 2013
Colin Roberts 2014-17; *1959
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Nigel Phillips 2017-2022
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Alison Blake 2022-pres
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Falkland Islands Dependencies
South Georgia, South Orkney Islands, South Sandwich Islands, South Shetland Islands, Graham Land
Established 1843-1985
Graham Land, South Georgia, South Orkney Islands, South Sandwich Islands, South Shetland Islands grouped 1908
South Orkney Islands, South Shetland Islands, Graham Land, to British Antarctic Territory 1962
South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands become British Dependent Territory 1985 - Falkland Islands Dependency ends
Flint
Earl of Flint, 1489
inv. 1489-1502† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
Tudor (201)
Gardner
Barons Gardner, of Uttoexeter, co. Stafford, 1800 creation [IRE]
1st  
1800-09†
Gardner (2359)
2nd  
1809-15†
Gardner (2359)
3rd 
1815-83† - dormant[59.2008]
Gardner (2359)
Claimants to the Barony of Gardner
†1899
Gardner (2359)
*1878
Gardner (2359)
*1881
Gardner (2359)
†1975
Gardner (2359)
Julian Gardner
*1942
Gardner (2359)
Barons Gardner, of Uttoexeter, co. Stafford, 1806 creation
1st  
1806-09†
Gardner (2359)
2nd  
1809-15†
Gardner (2359)
3rd 
1815-83† - dormant[59.2008]
Gardner (2359)
Greenwich
Baron Greenwich, of Greenwich, co. London, 1947 [UK]
P Philip (D of Edinburgh)
1947-; *1921

Schleswig-H-S-G-Greece (218.2)

Greston
Lords of Greston
1100s
Wise (3425)
Grey
Barons Grey of Rotherfield, 1388 creation
1st
1388-59†
Grey (122)
Isle of Ely
Marquesses of the Isle of Ely, 1726 creation
1st
P Frederick Lewis (P of Wales)[39.5]
1726-51†[39.5]
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2nd
P George (George III, K of Great Britain)
1751-60 - to Brit. crown; †1820[39.5]
Hanover (2857)
Isle of Wight
Lord of the Isle of Wight[39.3]
Piers de Gaveston (E of Cornwall)[39.3]
cr 1307-12†[39.3]
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Kent
Duke of Kent and Strathhearn, 1799 creation
1799-1820† - extinct[39.7]
Hanover (2857)
Keynes
Baron Keynes of Tilton, 1942
1942-1946† - extinct
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Lancaster
Duke of Lancaster
P Henry (Henry V, K of England)[39.7]
cr 1399-1413 - to Eng. crown; †1422[39.7]
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Baron Lang of Monkton, of Merrick and the Rhinns of Kells in Dumfries and Galloway, 1997 creation (Life peer) [UK]
1997-; *1940
Lang (2593.5)
Launceston
Viscounts Launceston, co. Cornwall, 1726 creation[39.5]
1st
P Frederick Lewis (P of Wales)[39.5]
1726-51†[39.5]
••••
2nd
P George (George III, K of Great Britain)
1751-60 - to Brit. crown; †1820[39.5]
Hanover (2857)
March
Earl of March
P Edward (Edward V, K of England)[39.8]
cr 1479-83 - to Eng. crown; †1483[39.8]
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Montagu
Viscounts Montagu, of Battle Abbey and Cowdray Park, 1554 creation
6th
Anthony Browne
1717-67†[1H]
Browne (735)
Muncaster
Barons Muncaster, 1783 creation [IRE]
1st 
1783-1813†    
Pennington (417)    
2nd
1813-18†
Pennington (417)
3rd
1818-38†
Pennington (417)
4th
1838-62†
Pennington (417)
5th
1862-1917† - extinct[1H]
Pennington (417)
Baron Muncaster, 1898
1898-1917† - extinct[1H]
Pennington (417)
Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Earl of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1623 creation
1623-24† - extinct[1H]
Stuart (414)
Nottingham
Earl of Nottingham, 1525 creation
1525-36† - extinct[39.12.1]
Tudor (201)
Ponsonby
Barons Ponsonby of Sysonby, co. Leicester, 1749 creation
2nd 
1758-93†
Ponsonby (680)
Richmond
Earl of Richmond
cr 1241-68† - to Eng. crown[39.10]
Savoy (254)
Earls of Richmond, 1453 creation[45.6]
1st
Edmund Tudor
1453-56†
Tudor (201)
2nd
Henry VII, K of England (1) 
1456-62 depr.; †1509
Tudor (201)
Earls of Richmond
Richard III, K of England (1)

cr 1462, replaced; †1485[39.10]

••••

George, D of Clarence

cr 1462-1478 att.; †1478[39.10]
••••
Richard III, K of England (2)

cr 1478-83 - to Eng. crown; †1485[39.10]

••••
Duke of Richmond
cr 1525-36† - extinct[39.10]
Tudor (201)
Earl of Richmond
cr 1613-24† - extinct[39.10]
Stuart (414)
Duke of Richmond, 1623 creation
cr 1623-24† - extinct[39.10]
Stuart (414)
Salisbury
Earl of Salisbury
Edward, P of Wales[39.3]
cr 1478-84† - to Eng. crown[39.3]
••••
Royal Highness
P Philip, D of Edinburgh
1947-; *1921

Schleswig-H-S-G-Greece (218.2)

Settrington, Setrington, Settringham
Lordship of Settrington, co. York
grant 1603; †1624[39.7]
Stuart (414)
Baron of Settrington, co. York
cr 1613-24† - extinct[39.10]
Stuart (414)
Somerset
Duke of Somerset
cr 1499?-1500† - extinct[565]
Tudor (201)
Duke of Somerset
cr 1525-36† - extinct[39.12.1]
Tudor (201)
South Georgia
►Discovered by the English merchant, Anthony de la Roche, 1675
►Claimed by Capt. James Cook for Britain 1775
To Falkland Islands Dependencies 1908-85
►Argentinian claim of sovreignty 1927-pres
►Argentinian occupation 1982
►British Dependent Territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 1985
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
►British Dependent Territory established 1985
►British Overseas Territory 2002-pres
South Sandwich Islands
►Southern area discovered by Capt. James Cook 1775
Northerly extension discovered 1819
British annexation 1908
To Falkland Islands Dependencies 1908-85
►Argentinian claim of sovreignty 1938-pres
►Argentinian naval base established on Thule Island 1976-82
►British Dependent Territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 1985
Stanhope
Viscounts Stanhope, of Mahon, 1717 creation
1st
James Stanhope (1st E of Stanhope)
1717-21†
Stanhope (352)
Earls of Stanhope, 1718 creation
1st
James Stanhope
1718-21†
Stanhope (352)
Sudeley, Gloucestershire
Lordship of Sudeley
Jasper Tudor (D of Bedford) land grant 1486; †1495[284]
Tudor (201)
Sussex
Earls of Sussex
1st 
P Arthur (1st D of Connaught & Strathearn) 
1874-1942†
Windsor (724.6)
Temple-Newsam
Lordship of Temple-Newsam, co. York
grant 1603; †1624[39.7]
Stuart (414)
Thrusselton
Lordship of Thrusselton
heir 1200s
Wise (3425)
Villiers
Viscounts Villiers, 1616 creation
1st 
George Villiers (1st D of Buckingham)
1616-28†
Villiers (320)
Extinct, 1687[39.12.2]
Wensleydale
Lordship of Wensleydale, co. York
grant 1603; †1624[39.7]
Stuart (414)
Whaddon of Whaddon, Bucks.
Barons Whaddon of Whaddon, 1616 creation
1st 
George Villiers (1st D of Buckingham)
1616-28†
Villiers (320)
Wise
Barons Wise, of King's Lynn, 1951 creation
1st 
Frederick Wise
1951-68†
Wise (3425.2)
2nd
John Wise
1968-2012†
Wise (3425.2)
York
Dukes of York
cr 1494-1509 - to Eng. crown; †1547[39.12.2]
Tudor (201)

cr 1605-25 - to Eng. crown; †1649[39.12.2]

Stuart (414)

[IRE] Ireland
[UK] United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland


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