A peerage of the Kingdom of Great Britain.
Letters patent issued on Sun 17th Apr 1746
To Charles Bruce 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 nephew, Hon. Thomas Bruce Brudenell, brother of George Earl of Cardigan and hm
|Number||Surname||Forenames||Held from||Held to|
|1st||Bruce||Charles||Sun 17th Apr 1746||Fri 10th Feb 1747|
|2nd||Brudenell-Bruce||Thomas||Fri 10th Feb 1747||Tue 19th Apr 1814|
|3rd||Brudenell-Bruce||Charles||Tue 19th Apr 1814||Tue 10th Jul 1838|
|4th||Brudenell-Bruce||George William Frederick||Tue 10th Jul 1838||Sun 6th Jan 1878|
|5th||Brudenell-Bruce||Ernest Augustus Charles||Sun 6th Jan 1878||Mon 18th Oct 1886|
|6th||Brudenell-Bruce||George William Thomas||Mon 18th Oct 1886||Tue 10th Apr 1894|
|7th||Brudenell-Bruce||Henry Augustus||Tue 10th Apr 1894||Fri 10th Mar 1911|
|8th||Brudenell-Bruce||George William James Chandos||Fri 10th Mar 1911||Fri 4th Aug 1961|
|9th||Brudenell-Bruce||Chandos Sydney Cedric||Fri 4th Aug 1961||Mon 15th Jul 1974|
|10th||Brudenell-Bruce||Michael Sydney Cedric||Mon 15th Jul 1974||-|