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General Crossword Questions for “earldom”
Norfolk or Wessex, for example
Title or estates of a nobleman
Aristocratic rank or title
"Make me a lord" assigned to 9 but not 15
Confused model with a right to a peerage
It could make me a lord
Land of noble manner's uplifting to accept source of argument by both sides
Almost too soon, party married for a title
What can make me a lord?
Duke with morale shattered by lower status?
Some shires were grouped together into larger units known as earldoms, headed by an ealdorman or earl. in the present day a number of earldoms take their names from towns, mountains, or simply. — “Earl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Following his forfeiture, the next creation of the Earldom of March was for Alexander Stuart, Duke of Albany. become King Edward IV, causing the earldom of March to merge into the. — “Earl of March - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The earldom of Huntingdon was one of the seven earldoms of Saxon England during the reign of king Edward the Confessor. However after a second rebellion in 1076 he was executed and the earldom reduced in size and power. — “Earl of Huntingdon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The Fitz-Warenes Lords Valence will yield to none in antiquity; and as to rank, as long as Mowbray Castle belongs to them, the revival of the earldom is safe at the first coronation, or the first ministry that exists with a balanced state of parties." — “Sybil” by Benjamin Disraeli