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Encyclopedia > William Cavendish, Marquess of Hartington

There have been at least two people called "William Cavendish" who have had the courtesy title of "Marquess of Hartington":


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William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (298 words)
The Most Noble William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire, KG (c.
He was elected MP for Derbyshire in 1741 and 1747, but left the House of Commons for the Lords in 1751 by a writ of acceleration as Baron Cavendish of Hardwick.
He married Lady Charlotte Boyle, Baroness Clifford (1731–1754), the daughter and heiress of Richard Boyle, 4th Earl of Cork and 3rd Earl of Burlington of the 1st creation, a famous architect and art collector.
Duke of Devonshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (450 words)
The Duke of Devonshire's eldest son may use the courtesy title Marquess of Hartington, whilst the eldest son of the eldest son may use the title Earl of Burlington; any sons he may have would use the title Baron Cavendish.
The Marquessate of Hartington, the Earldom of Devonshire and the Barony of Cavendish of Hardwick are in the peerage of England, while the Earldom of Burlington and the Barony of Cavendish of Keighley are in the peerage of the United Kingdom.
William Cavendish, 4th Earl of Devonshire (became Duke of Devonshire in 1694) (1640-1707)
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