Charles Howard, 10th Duke of Norfolk

Charles Howard, 10th Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal (1 December 1720  31 August 1786)[1], was an English peer and politician. He was the son of Henry Charles Howard (d. 10 June 1730)[1] and Mary Aylward (d. 7 October 1747)[1]. He married Catherine Brockholes (d. 21 November 1784)[1], daughter of John Brockholes[1], on 8 November 1739[1], and succeeded to the title of Duke of Norfolk in 1777 after the death of his cousin Edward Howard, 9th Duke of Norfolk.

Charles Howard
Duke of Norfolk
Born(1720-12-01)1 December 1720
Died31 August 1786 (1786-09-01) (aged 65)
Noble familyHoward
Spouse(s)Catherine Brockholes
Issue
FatherHenry Charles Howard
MotherMary Aylward

Charles Howard died on 31 August 1786[1], at age 65, and was succeeded by his son Charles Howard, 11th Duke of Norfolk[1].

Family

The children of Charles and his wife Katherine were:

See also

References

  1. Burke's Peerage 107th Edition. Burke's Peerage & Gentry, LLC. 2003. p. 2909. ISBN 0-9711966-2-1.
Political offices
Preceded by
The 9th Duke of Norfolk
Earl Marshal
17771786
Succeeded by
The 11th Duke of Norfolk
Peerage of England
Preceded by
Edward Howard
Duke of Norfolk
Earl of Arundel, Earl of Surrey,
Earl of Norfolk, Baron Maltravers

17771786
Succeeded by
Charles Howard
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