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From: Bryn Fraser <>
Subject: Re: Britain's Real Monarch
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 12:35:05 +0000
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In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Renia
>Bryn Fraser wrote:
>>>> Perhaps the title has been dormant for more than a generation,
>>>> inheritance seems relatively straight forward.
>>> I believe he said he held another title,
>> Lord Morecombe (he said it very quickly).
>>> but then inherited the Loudoun
>>> title from his mother.
>> Barbara (died last year)
>>> They also spoke of the family cottage where he grew
>>> up at Ashby de la Zouch as if it was still within the family.
>> TR pointed it out at the very end of the programme. I think his
>>mother lived until her death.
>I should hope she did!
>The new earl's old title was Lord Mauchline, now inherited by his
Hell! I must either get a hearing aid or learn lip-reading...