Birth of George, Viscount Calne and Calstone

Response from Simon and Nadine, Earl and Countess of Kerry on the birth of their son George.

Simon,Earl of Kerry is the Heir to Charles Petty-Fitzmaurice 9th Marquess of Lansdowne.

Born George Henry Charles on 3rd February 2020 to Simon and Nadine, Earl and Countess of Kerry. He is known as George, Viscount Calne and Calstone.

The Marquessate of Lansdowne created 6th December 1783 in The Peerage of Great Britain by George III for William Petty-Fitzmaurice, The 2nd Earl of Shelburne. The subsidiary titles of The Marquessate are; Earl of Kerry created in The Peerage of Ireland in 1723 by George I, Earl of Shelburne created in The County of Wexford in The Peerage of Ireland in 1753 by George II, Earl of Wycombe, of Chepping Wycombe created in The Peerage of Great Britain in 1784 by George III, Viscount Clanmaurice in The Peerage of Ireland created in 1723 by George I, Viscount Fitzmaurice created in The Peerage of Ireland in 1753 by George II, Viscount Calne and Calston, in the County of Wiltshire in The Peerage of Great Britain by George III, Baron of Kerry and Lixnaw created in The Peerage of Ireland in 1295 by Edward I, Baron Dunkeron in The Peerage of Ireland in 1751 by George II and Lord Wycombe, Baron of Chepping Wycombe, County Bucks in The Peerage of Great Britain in 1760 by George III.

The reply is in the form of a card which on the front has a picture of Bowood House, The Ancestral Seat of The Marquess of Lansdowne and inside is a message thanking me for my congratulates on the birth of their son and is signed by Simon, Earl of Kerry.

Card

Birth of George, Viscount of Calne and Calstone Card Outside
Birth of George, Viscount of Calne and Calstone Card Inside

Front of Card

Birth of George, Viscount of Calne and Calstone Card Front

Message

Birth of George, Viscount of Calne and Calstone Card Message

Reverse of Card

Birth of George, Viscount of Calne and Calstone Card Reverse

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