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Viscount Melbourne, of Kilmore in the County of Cavan, was a title in the Peerage of Ireland held by the Lamb family. This family descended from Matthew Lamb, who represented Stockbridge and Peterborough in the House of Commons. In 1755 he was created a baronet, of Brocket Hall in the County of Hertford, in the Baronetage of Great Britain. He married Charlotte, daughter of Thomas Coke, through which marriage Melbourne Hall in Derbyshire came into the Lamb family. The Honourable George Lamb, fourth and youngest son of the first Viscount, was also a politician.

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  • メルバーン子爵
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  • Viscount Melbourne, of Kilmore in the County of Cavan, war ein erblicher Adelstitel in der Peerage of Ireland. Stammsitz der Viscounts war Melbourne Hall in Derbyshire.
  • メルバーン子爵(英: Viscount Melbourne)は、イギリスの子爵位。アイルランド貴族。メルボルン子爵やメルボーン子爵と表記されることもある。1781年にサー・ペニストン・ラム準男爵が叙位されたことに始まる。
  • Baroneci Lamb of Brocket Hall * 1755–1768: Matthew Lamb, 1. baronet * 1768–1828: Peniston Lamb, 2. baronet Wicehrabiowie Melbourne 1. kreacji (parostwo Irlandii) * 1781–1828: Peniston Lamb, 1. wicehrabia Melbourne * 1828–1848: William Lamb, 2. wicehrabia Melbourne * 1848–1853: Frederick Lamb, 3. wicehrabia Melbourne
  • Viscount Melbourne, of Kilmore in the County of Cavan, was a title in the Peerage of Ireland held by the Lamb family. This family descended from Matthew Lamb, who represented Stockbridge and Peterborough in the House of Commons. In 1755 he was created a baronet, of Brocket Hall in the County of Hertford, in the Baronetage of Great Britain. He married Charlotte, daughter of Thomas Coke, through which marriage Melbourne Hall in Derbyshire came into the Lamb family. The Honourable George Lamb, fourth and youngest son of the first Viscount, was also a politician.
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  • Viscount Melbourne, of Kilmore in the County of Cavan, was a title in the Peerage of Ireland held by the Lamb family. This family descended from Matthew Lamb, who represented Stockbridge and Peterborough in the House of Commons. In 1755 he was created a baronet, of Brocket Hall in the County of Hertford, in the Baronetage of Great Britain. He married Charlotte, daughter of Thomas Coke, through which marriage Melbourne Hall in Derbyshire came into the Lamb family. He was succeeded by his son, Peniston, the second Baronet, who sat as Member of Parliament for Ludgershall, Malmesbury and Newport, Isle of Wight, and who, in 1770, was raised to the Peerage of Ireland as Lord Melbourne, Baron of Kilmore, in the County of Cavan. In 1781, he was created Viscount Melbourne, of Kilmore in the County of Cavan, also in the Peerage of Ireland. In 1815, he was made Baron Melbourne, of Melbourne in the County of Derby, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. He was succeeded by his son, William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne who was a noted Whig politician and served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 1834 and 1835–1841. He was Queen Victoria's first Prime Minister, and she greatly relied upon his wisdom and experience in her early days on the throne, to the point where Melbourne's political foes complained that he had enthralled her. Since Melbourne's mother had numerous lovers, it is very doubtful that he was in fact the first Viscount's son. On his death, the titles passed to his younger brother, the third Viscount, who was a prominent diplomat. In 1839, nine years before he succeeded his brother, he was raised to the Peerage of the United Kingdom in his own right as Baron Beauvale, of Beauvale in the County of Nottingham. All five titles became extinct on his death in 1853. The Honourable George Lamb, fourth and youngest son of the first Viscount, was also a politician.
  • Viscount Melbourne, of Kilmore in the County of Cavan, war ein erblicher Adelstitel in der Peerage of Ireland. Stammsitz der Viscounts war Melbourne Hall in Derbyshire.
  • メルバーン子爵(英: Viscount Melbourne)は、イギリスの子爵位。アイルランド貴族。メルボルン子爵やメルボーン子爵と表記されることもある。1781年にサー・ペニストン・ラム準男爵が叙位されたことに始まる。
  • Baroneci Lamb of Brocket Hall * 1755–1768: Matthew Lamb, 1. baronet * 1768–1828: Peniston Lamb, 2. baronet Wicehrabiowie Melbourne 1. kreacji (parostwo Irlandii) * 1781–1828: Peniston Lamb, 1. wicehrabia Melbourne * 1828–1848: William Lamb, 2. wicehrabia Melbourne * 1848–1853: Frederick Lamb, 3. wicehrabia Melbourne
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