2nd Baronet

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  • He used his position to marry his daughter, Elizabeth to the 2nd Baronet.
  • The 2nd Baronet was a member of the pre-union Parliament of Scotland.
  • He succeeded as 2nd baronet upon his father's death in 1932.
  • He also inherited his father's title, becoming 2nd Baronet.
  • He became 2nd Baronet on the death of his father in 1735.
  • There was one son from this marriage, his heir, Sir James Long, 2nd Baronet.
  • He was succeeded by his first son from his first marriage, who became Sir John Steuart, 2nd Baronet.
  • He was known formally as Sir Keith Joseph, 2nd Baronet for most of his political life.
  • He was the eldest son Sir George Bingham, 2nd Baronet and his first wife.
  • According to some sources, the possibility exists, that the 2nd Baronet had faked his death.
  • He succeeded to the baronetcy after his eldest brother the 2nd Baronet died without issue in 1826.
  • Sir James Nasmyth, 2nd Baronet was the eldest son by the third marriage.
  • He was succeeded in his title by his eldest son, Sir Henry Cavendish, 2nd Baronet.
  • He was succeeded in the title by his eldest son Sir George Downing, 2nd Baronet.
  • He is the second and youngest son of the 6th and youngest son of the 2nd Baronet.
  • His son Sir Henry Wright, 2nd Baronet succeed to his father's estates and title.
  • He succeeded his father before 1641 and succeeded his grandfather as 2nd Baronet in 1648.
  • Sir Jonathon Porritt, 2nd Baronet, but has so far declined to do so.
  • Upon his father's death in 1911, Bradford assumed the title of 2nd Baronet.
  • He had succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet in 1891.
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