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High Sheriff of Cavan

CavanCounty CavanHigh Sherriff
He was High Sheriff of Meath in 1844, of Cavan in 1846, and of Westmorland in 1853.

High Sheriff of Meath

County Meathsheriff of Meath
He was High Sheriff of Meath in 1844, of Cavan in 1846, and of Westmorland in 1853.

Thomas Taylour, Earl of Bective

Earl of BectiveThomas TaylourThe Earl of Bective
Bective was the son of Thomas Taylour, 3rd Marquess of Headfort, by his first wife Amelia (née Thompson).

Westmorland (UK Parliament constituency)

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In 1854, Bective succeeded his father-in-law as Member of Parliament for Westmorland, sitting as a Conservative.

Marquess of Headfort

Earl of BectiveBaron KenlisViscount Headfort
He also inherited his father's title of Baron Kenlis, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and so gained a seat in the House of Lords; his son Thomas replaced him in the House of Commons for Westmorland.

George Stanley (British politician)

George Frederick StanleyHon. George Frederick StanleyGeorge Stanley
In 1903 he married Lady Beatrix Taylour, youngest daughter of the 3rd Marquess of Headfort.

Geoffrey Taylour, 4th Marquess of Headfort

4th Marquess of HeadfortGeoffreyGeoffrey Thomas Taylour, 4th Marquess of Headfort
Styled Lord Geoffrey Taylor from birth, he was the son of Thomas Taylour, 3rd Marquess of Headfort, by his second wife Emily Constantia, daughter of the Reverend Lord John Thynne.

Order of St Patrick

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Thomas Taylour, 3rd Marquess of Headfort KP PC (I) (1 November 1822 – 22 July 1894) was an Irish peer, styled Lord Kenlis until 1829 and Earl of Bective from 1829 to 1870.

Privy Council of Ireland

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Thomas Taylour, 3rd Marquess of Headfort KP PC (I) (1 November 1822 – 22 July 1894) was an Irish peer, styled Lord Kenlis until 1829 and Earl of Bective from 1829 to 1870.

High Sheriff of Westmorland

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He was High Sheriff of Meath in 1844, of Cavan in 1846, and of Westmorland in 1853.

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

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From 1852 to 1853, he was State Steward to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.

Member of parliament

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In 1854, Bective succeeded his father-in-law as Member of Parliament for Westmorland, sitting as a Conservative.

Conservative Party (UK)

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In 1854, Bective succeeded his father-in-law as Member of Parliament for Westmorland, sitting as a Conservative.

Peerage of the United Kingdom

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He also inherited his father's title of Baron Kenlis, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and so gained a seat in the House of Lords; his son Thomas replaced him in the House of Commons for Westmorland.

House of Lords

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He also inherited his father's title of Baron Kenlis, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and so gained a seat in the House of Lords; his son Thomas replaced him in the House of Commons for Westmorland.

House of Commons of the United Kingdom

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He also inherited his father's title of Baron Kenlis, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and so gained a seat in the House of Lords; his son Thomas replaced him in the House of Commons for Westmorland.

Freemasonry

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He was an Irish Freemason, having been initiated in Lodge No 244 (Kells, Ireland), and served as the Provincial Grand Master of Meath from 1888 until his death and burial at Virginia, County Cavan in 1894.

Virginia, County Cavan

VirginiaVirginia, Cavan
He was an Irish Freemason, having been initiated in Lodge No 244 (Kells, Ireland), and served as the Provincial Grand Master of Meath from 1888 until his death and burial at Virginia, County Cavan in 1894.

Red Cross of Constantine

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In particular, he served as Grand Sovereign (the Head of the Order) of the Masonic and Military Order of the Red Cross of Constantine from 1866 until 1874.