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Lord Henry Howard-Molyneux-Howard

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Henry Howard (25 July 1802 – 7 January 1875) was a British Member of Parliament, the eldest son of Lord Henry Howard-Molyneux-Howard.
His eldest son Henry Howard replaced him in Parliament.

Greystoke Castle

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Howard inherited Greystoke Castle from his father in 1824.
However, the castle was rebuilt under Henry Howard, again by Salvin.

Mervyn Herbert

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His grandson, Mervyn Herbert, was also a first-class cricketer.
His mother (his father's second wife and cousin) was Elizabeth Catherine Howard (1856-1929 ) ("Elsie"), a daughter of Henry Howard of Greystoke Castle, near Penrith, Cumberland, a son of Lord Henry Howard-Molyneux-Howard, younger brother of Bernard Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk.

Stafford Howard

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A member of the influential Howard family headed by the Duke of Norfolk, Howard was the second son of Henry Howard, son of Lord Henry Howard-Molyneux-Howard and nephew of Bernard Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk.

Henry Howard (MP for Penrith)

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A member of the influential Howard family headed by the Duke of Norfolk, he was the eldest son of Henry Howard, son of Lord Henry Howard-Molyneux-Howard, younger brother of Bernard Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk.

Steyning (UK Parliament constituency)

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He represented the constituencies of Steyning from 30 June 1824 to 8 June 1826 and New Shoreham from 16 June 1826 to 15 December 1832.

New Shoreham (UK Parliament constituency)

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He represented the constituencies of Steyning from 30 June 1824 to 8 June 1826 and New Shoreham from 16 June 1826 to 15 December 1832.

Catharine Long

She died suddenly - according to the Dictionary of National Biography - "from alarm in a thunderstorm" on 30 August 1867, leaving seven daughters (one of whom, Charlotte Caroline Georgina Long, married Henry Howard) and a son.

Esmé Howard, 1st Baron Howard of Penrith

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Born at Greystoke Castle, near Penrith, Cumberland, Howard was the youngest son of Henry Howard, son of Lord Henry Howard-Molyneux-Howard, younger brother of Bernard Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk.

First-class cricket

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Howard was also a first-class cricketer, making three first-class appearances, one each for the Marylebone Cricket Club in 1830, for a team of single men in 1831, and for Sussex in 1832.

Cricket

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Howard was also a first-class cricketer, making three first-class appearances, one each for the Marylebone Cricket Club in 1830, for a team of single men in 1831, and for Sussex in 1832.

Marylebone Cricket Club

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Howard was also a first-class cricketer, making three first-class appearances, one each for the Marylebone Cricket Club in 1830, for a team of single men in 1831, and for Sussex in 1832.

Sussex county cricket teams

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Howard was also a first-class cricketer, making three first-class appearances, one each for the Marylebone Cricket Club in 1830, for a team of single men in 1831, and for Sussex in 1832.

High Sheriff of Cumberland

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He was also the High Sheriff of Cumberland in 1834.

Politics of the United Kingdom

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List of sportsperson-politicians

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Pixton Park

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His second wife was his first cousin Elizabeth Catherine Howard (1856-1929), a daughter of his maternal uncle Henry Howard (1802-1875) of Greystoke Castle, near Penrith, Cumberland, a son of Lord Henry Howard-Molyneux-Howard, younger brother of Bernard Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk.