Earl of Kintore is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1677 for Sir John Keith, third son of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see Earl Marischal for earlier history of the family). He was made Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall at the same time, also in the Peerage of Scotland. At the death of William, the fourth Earl, in 1761 the earldom became dormant as no-one could prove a claim to it. In 1778, it was decided that the earldom should pass to Anthony Adrian Falconer, Lord Falconer of Halkerton, who changed his surname to Keith-Falconer. The Lordship Falconer of Halkerton and the Earldom of Kintore remained united until 1966, when, at the death of the tenth Earl, the Lordship became dormant.

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  • Earl of Kintore is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1677 for Sir John Keith, third son of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see Earl Marischal for earlier history of the family). He was made Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall at the same time, also in the Peerage of Scotland. At the death of William, the fourth Earl, in 1761 the earldom became dormant as no-one could prove a claim to it. In 1778, it was decided that the earldom should pass to Anthony Adrian Falconer, Lord Falconer of Halkerton, who changed his surname to Keith-Falconer. The Lordship Falconer of Halkerton and the Earldom of Kintore remained united until 1966, when, at the death of the tenth Earl, the Lordship became dormant. The eleventh holder of the title, Ethel Sydney Keith-Falconer, married John Baird, 1st Viscount Stonehaven. At the death of Lord Stonehaven, the titles Viscount Stonehaven (created 1938), and Baron Stonehaven (1925), both in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, as well as the Baronetcy of Urie, passed to the couple's son, James. The Countess of Kintore, who died the day after her one-hundredth birthday, was the longest-lived female holder of a British peerage; upon inheriting his mother's title, her son James changed his name to Keith. The family seat is Keith Hall, near Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. The heir apparent to the earldom uses the courtesy title Lord Inverurie. (en)
  • Earl of Kintore ist ein erblicher Adelstitel in der Peerage of Scotland, der nach dem Ort Kintore benannt ist. Der Titel wurde 1677 für Sir John Keith, den dritten Sohn von William Keith, 6. Earl Marischal (siehe Earl Marischal), geschaffen. Zusammen mit der Earlswürde wurde ihm der nachgeordnete Titel Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall verliehen, der ebenfalls zur Peerage of Scotland gehört. Ab dem Tod des 4. Earl im Jahr 1761 ruhte der Earlstitel, das niemand seinen Erbanspruch darauf nachweisen konnte. 1778 wurde entschieden, dass das Earldom an Anthony Falconer, 8. Lord Falconer of Halkertonn, übergehen solle, der daraufhin seinen Nachnamen in Keith-Falconer änderte. Dieser hatte seit 1776 den 1646 geschaffenen schottischen Titel Lord Falconer of Halkertonn inne, der fortan als nachgeordneter Titel des Earls geführt wurde. Dem 7. Earl wurde am 5. Juli 1838 der Titel Baron Kintore of Kintore in the County of Aberdeen verliehen. Der Titel gehörte zur Peerage of the United Kingdom. Im Gegensatz zu seinen schottischen Titeln war dieser mit einem erblichen Sitz im House of Lords verbunden. Beim Tod des 10. Earl im Jahr 1966 erlosch der Titel Baron Kintore, der Titel Lord Falconer of Halkertonn ruht seither. Der 12. Earl hatte am 20. August 1941 von seinem Vater John Baird, 1. Viscount Stonehaven die zur Peerage bzw. Baronetage of the United Kingdom gehörenden Titel 2. Viscount Stonehaven (geschaffen 1938), 2. Baron Stonehaven, of Ury in the County of Kincardine (geschaffen 1925) und 3. Baronet Baird, of Ury in the County of Kincardine (geschaffen 1897) geerbt. Diese Titel werden bis heute als nachgeordnete Titel des Earls geführt. Sitz der Familie ist Keith Hall, bei Inverurie in Aberdeenshire. Der älteste Sohn des Earls führt den Höflichkeitstitel Lord Inverurie. (de)
  • Conte di Kintore è un titolo della Parìa di Scozia creato nel 1677 per Sir John Keith, figlio terzogenito di William Keith, VI Conte maresciallo. Egli venne creato anche Lord Keith di Inverurie e Keith Hall allo stesso tempo, sempre nella Parìa di Scozia. Alla morte di William, il IV conte, nel 1761 la contea divenne quiescente perché nessuno poté dar prova di pretenderla. Nel 1778, venne deciso di assegnare la contea ad Anthony Adrian Falconer, Lord Falconer di Halkerton, che cambiò il proprio cognome in Keith-Falconer. La Signoria di Falconer di Halkerton e la contea di Kintore rimasero uniti sino al 1966, quando, alla morte del X conte, la signoria divenne quiescente. L'XI detentore del titolo, Ethel Sydney Keith-Falconer, sposò John Baird, I visconte Stonehaven. Alla morte di lord Stonehaven, i titoli di Visconte Stonehaven (creato nel 1938) e Barone Stonehaven (1925), entrambi nella Parìa del Regno Unito, così come la baronettia di Urie, passarono al figlio della coppia, James. La contessa di Kintore, che morì il giorno successivo al suo centounesimo compleanno, fu la pari inglese a vivere più a lungo. La sede della famiglia è Keith Hall, presso Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. L'erede apparente della contea utilizzò il titolo di cortesia di Lord Inverurie. (it)
  • Граф Кинтор (англ. Earl of Kintore) — наследственный титул в системе Пэрства Шотландии. (ru)
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  • Граф Кинтор (англ. Earl of Kintore) — наследственный титул в системе Пэрства Шотландии. (ru)
  • Earl of Kintore is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1677 for Sir John Keith, third son of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see Earl Marischal for earlier history of the family). He was made Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall at the same time, also in the Peerage of Scotland. At the death of William, the fourth Earl, in 1761 the earldom became dormant as no-one could prove a claim to it. In 1778, it was decided that the earldom should pass to Anthony Adrian Falconer, Lord Falconer of Halkerton, who changed his surname to Keith-Falconer. The Lordship Falconer of Halkerton and the Earldom of Kintore remained united until 1966, when, at the death of the tenth Earl, the Lordship became dormant. (en)
  • Earl of Kintore ist ein erblicher Adelstitel in der Peerage of Scotland, der nach dem Ort Kintore benannt ist. Der Titel wurde 1677 für Sir John Keith, den dritten Sohn von William Keith, 6. Earl Marischal (siehe Earl Marischal), geschaffen. Zusammen mit der Earlswürde wurde ihm der nachgeordnete Titel Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall verliehen, der ebenfalls zur Peerage of Scotland gehört. Beim Tod des 10. Earl im Jahr 1966 erlosch der Titel Baron Kintore, der Titel Lord Falconer of Halkertonn ruht seither. Sitz der Familie ist Keith Hall, bei Inverurie in Aberdeenshire. (de)
  • Conte di Kintore è un titolo della Parìa di Scozia creato nel 1677 per Sir John Keith, figlio terzogenito di William Keith, VI Conte maresciallo. Egli venne creato anche Lord Keith di Inverurie e Keith Hall allo stesso tempo, sempre nella Parìa di Scozia. Alla morte di William, il IV conte, nel 1761 la contea divenne quiescente perché nessuno poté dar prova di pretenderla. Nel 1778, venne deciso di assegnare la contea ad Anthony Adrian Falconer, Lord Falconer di Halkerton, che cambiò il proprio cognome in Keith-Falconer. La Signoria di Falconer di Halkerton e la contea di Kintore rimasero uniti sino al 1966, quando, alla morte del X conte, la signoria divenne quiescente. (it)
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  • Earl of Kintore (en)
  • Earl of Kintore (de)
  • Conte di Kintore (it)
  • Граф Кинтор (ru)
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