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a wife or widow of a viscount

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a noblewoman holding the rank of viscount in her own right

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On a more positive - but longawaited - note, the marriage made McQuiston Britain's first black viscountess.
After a historical overview of Narbonne from Roman foundations to the 15th century, they cover urban development, the politics and rulers, Ergengarde viscountess of Narbonne 1127/29-1196/97, and society and religious life.
Expected to fetch over USD1m, the book is part of a collection put together by New Jersey book collector and English scholar Mary Hyde, Viscountess Eccles.
It's good to see they've hired Viscountess Weymouth, left, who will become Marchioness of Bath when the current Marquess snuffs it, as not enough of the licence fee goes to those who don't need it.
The trio join soap stars Emma Barton and Catherine Tyldesley, YouTuber Saffron Barker, Viscountess Emma Weymouth, comedian Chris Ramsey, BBC presenter Mike Bushell, CBBC star Karim Zeroual and former footballer David James in the Strictly line-up.
At various points in her life she was known as Raine McCorquodale, the Honourable Mrs Gerald Legge, Viscountess Lewisham, the Countess of Dartmouth, Countess Spencer, the Dowager Countess Spencer and Countess Jean-Franois de Chambrun.
John Kimmel 61 trainer of Thunder Gulch & Hidden Lake; Nick Williams 59 trainer of Diamond Harry & Reve De Sivola; Richard Whitaker 73 trainer of Crofthall & Captain Rio; John Osborne 51 chief executive of the Irish National Stud; Andrew Glassonbury 29 rider of Acambo & Gaspara; Andrew Stringer 53 rider of Tall Order & Hill's Guard; Alan Berry 32 rider of Don't Push It & Sunnyhillboy; Nick Scholfield (above) 26 rider of Hunt Ball & Melodic Rendezvous; Jeremy Gask 42 trainer of Anne Of Kiev & Medicean Man; Viscountess Knutsford 88 owner of Edmond; Frank McNulty 75 former managing director of BBA Ireland; Brian Goodwill 53 racecourse judge; Prof.
1919: Viscountess (Nancy) Astor became Britain's first woman MP to take up a Commons seat, holding a safe Plymouth seat for the Tories in a by-election.
Watching flypast...fourth from left the Duke of Kent; sixth from left Alexander Ogilvy; ninth from left Alexander Windsor Earl of Ulster; 11th from left George Gilman; Lady Rose Gilman; Prince William; Prince Harry; Princess Anne; The Queen; Prince Edward the Earl of Wessex; Prince Philip; Charles Armstrong-Jones; Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence; Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall; Prince Charles; Marina Windsor; Charlotte Windsor; Flora Ogilvy; Columbus and Cassius Taylor; Eloise and Estella Taylor; Viscountess Serena Linley; Lady Helen Taylor; Viscount Linley; Lady Sarah Chatto; Arthur and Samuel Chatto
The recent High Court judgement in Poll v Viscount Asquith of Morley and Viscountess Asquith of Morley is arguably the most important case to date involving roadside trees and explores the nature and extent of the duty of care owed by landowners to road users.
The Viscountess was known for her work with the Red Cross and the family regularly opened the magnificent Blagdon Estate grounds to the public to raise funds for the charity.
They will be joined in the Royal Box by the Prince of Wales, Prince William, Prince Harry, the Duke of York, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, the Princess Royal and Commodore Timothy Laurence, Peter Phillips, Zara Phillips, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke and Duchess of Kent, Princess Alexandra and Sir Angus Ogilvy, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, Viscount and Viscountess Linley, Lady Sarah and Daniel Chatto.
1919: Viscountess (Nancy) Astor (pictured) became Britain's first woman MP, holding a safe Plymouth seat for the Tories in a by-election caused by her husband's elevation to the peerage.
On a more positive - but long-awaited - note, the marriage made McQuiston Britain's first black viscountess.
Viscountess Cobham, chairman of VisitEngland, said: "In the year in which you will also host Rugby World Cup 2015, this provides another great opportunity to put the North East up front and centre, helping to further raise the profile of this dynamic destination."