Earl of Sussex

Earl of Sussex

Earl of Sussex ist ein Adelstitels, der mehrmals in der Peerage of England, Great Britain und des United Kingdom vergeben wurde. Die Earls of Arundel aus dem Haus Aubigny werden für die Zeit von 1141 bis 1243 ebenfalls häufig als Earls of Sussex bezeichnet.


Earls of Sussex; Erste Verleihung (1282)

Earls of Sussex; Zweite Verleihung (1529)

  • Robert Radclyffe, 1. Earl of Sussex (1483–1542)
  • Henry Radclyffe, 2. Earl of Sussex (1507–1557)
  • Thomas Radclyffe, 3. Earl of Sussex (1525–1583)
  • Henry Radclyffe, 4. Earl of Sussex (1532–1593)
  • Robert Radclyffe, 5. Earl of Sussex (1573–1629)
  • Edward Radclyffe, 6. Earl of Sussex (1559–1643)
    • Henry Radcliffe, Viscount FitzWalter (c. 1598–1621)

Nachgeordnete Titel: Viscount FitzWalter (1525), Baron FitzWalter (1295) (für den 1.-5. Earl)

Baron Savile of Pontefract (1628)

  • John Savile, 1. Baron Savile of Pontefract (1556–1630)
  • Thomas Savile, 2. Baron Savile of Pontefract (1590 – c. 1659) (1644 zum Earl of Sussex erhoben)

Earls of Sussex, Dritte Verleihung (1644)

  • Thomas Savile, 1.t Earl of Sussex (1590–1659)
  • James Savile, 2. Earl of Sussex (1647–1671)

Nachgeordnete Titel Viscount Savile (1628), Baron Castlebar (1628)

Earls of Sussex; Vierte Verleihung (1674)

  • Thomas Lennard, 1. Earl of Sussex (1654 – 1715)

Nachgeordneter Ttitel: Baron Dacre (1321)

Yelverton Baronets, of Easton Mauduit (1641)

  • Sir Christopher Yelverton, 1. Baronet (d. 1654)
  • Sir Henry Yelverton, 2. Baronet (1633-1670)
  • Sir Charles Yelverton, 3. Baronet (1657-1679) (folgte 1676 als 14. Baron Grey de Ruthyn)

Barons Grey de Ruthyn (1324)

  • Charles Yelverton, 14. Baron Grey de Ruthyn (1657-1679)
  • Henry Yelverton, 15. Baron Grey de Ruthyn (d. 1704) (1690 zum Viscount Longueville erhoben)

Viscounts Longueville (1690)

  • Henry Yelverton, 1. Viscount Longueville (d. 1704)
  • Talbot Yelverton, 2. Viscount Longueville (1690–1731) (1717 zum Earl of Sussex erhoben)

Earls of Sussex; Fünfte Verleihung (1717)

  • Talbot Yelverton, 1. Earl of Sussex (1690–1731)
  • George Augustus Yelverton, 2. Earl of Sussex (1727–1758)
  • Henry Yelverton, 3. Earl of Sussex (1728–1799)
    • Talbot Yelverton

Duke of Sussex

Earls of Sussex; Sechste Verleihung (1874)


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