6th Baronet

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  • There were four daughters and two sons from this marriage, including Sir Robert Long, 6th Baronet.
  • His father's brother was the 6th Baronet.
  • He succeeded to the family baronetcy in 1942 on the death of the 6th baronet, his second cousin once removed.
  • His sons died in infancy and his only surviving daughter married Sir William Portman, 6th Baronet.
  • On the death of his father (23 February 1842) he became 6th baronet.
  • As he never married and had no issue, the title passed to his younger brother, Charles Andrew Gladstone, who became the 6th Baronet.
  • He became the 6th baronet, inheriting the title when Osbert died in 1969.
  • Their chief executive even attended the opening of this railway in 2013, along with Sir William McAlpine, 6th Baronet.
  • In 1825 William Burn was appointed by the 6th baronet to extend the house.
  • The 1881 census discloses the 6th Baronet and his family in residence with a staff of fifteen servants.
  • He succeeded to the title of 6th Baronet Bishopp, of Parham, co.
  • He was the eldest son of the 6th Baronet and 1st Earl of Stradbroke.
  • Following in what was now a family tradition, Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 6th Baronet was made the first President.
  • Sir Arthur died on 26 March 1885, when he was succeeded by his son Harry, the 6th Baronet.
  • The title would become extinct in 1944 on the death of Sir Douglas Robinson, 6th Baronet.
  • The baronetcy became Extinct on the death of the 6th Baronet.
  • The baronetcy became Extinct with the death of the 6th Baronet.
  • Forbes was the second son of Sir William Forbes, 6th Baronet, and was born at Edinburgh.
  • Ripley then descended to the present 6th Baronet.
  • Sir Brooke Boothby, 6th Baronet married in 1784 and leased the hall from his father.
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