Thurlow (Barony)

A peerage of the Kingdom of Great Britain.

Letters patent issued on Mon 11th Jun 1792

To Edward Thurlow as New hereditary peerage: not a promotion.

Nature of Special Remainder

Peerages which may be inherited by a male indirect descendant of the first holder, for example: a brother or a male cousin.

Note: SR to (1) Edward Thurlow and (2) Thomas Thurlow, sons of Thomas late Bishop of Durham and (3) Edward South Thurlow, Prebendary of Norwich and their hm respectively

Holders

Number Surname Forenames Held from Held to
1st Thurlow Edward Mon 11th Jun 1792 Fri 12th Sep 1806
2nd Hovell-Thurlow Edward Fri 12th Sep 1806 Thu 4th Jun 1829
3rd Hovell-Thurlow Edward Thomas Thu 4th Jun 1829 Mon 2nd Mar 1857
4th Hovell-Thurlow Edward Thomas Mon 2nd Mar 1857 Wed 22nd Apr 1874
5th Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce Thomas John Wed 22nd Apr 1874 Sun 12th Mar 1916
6th Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce Charles Edward Sun 12th Mar 1916 Wed 23rd Apr 1952
7th Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce Henry Charles Wed 23rd Apr 1952 Sat 29th May 1971
8th Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce Francis Edward Sat 29th May 1971 Sun 24th Mar 2013
9th Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce Roualeyn Robert Sun 24th Mar 2013 -

External identifiers

Wikidata: Q4862866