Response from His Grace The 12th Duke of Marlborough in response to a letter I wrote after my recent visit to Blenheim Palace, The Seat of The Dukes of Marlborough.
The Dukedom of Marlborough was created in 1703 by Queen Anne for John Churchill, The 1st Earl of Marlborough. The subsidiary titles are The Marquess of Blandford created in The Peerage of England in 1702 by Anne, The Earl of Sunderland in The Peerage of England in 1643 by Charles I, The Earl of Marlborough created in The Peerage of England in 1689 by William III and Mary II, The Baron Spencer of Wormleighton created in The Peerage of England in 1603 by James I and The Baron Churchill of Sandridge in The County of Hertford created in The Peerage of England in 1685 by James II.
The Family Seat is Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
The reply is in the form of a letter thanking me for my letter and happy that I enjoyed my visit to his home.
I’m glad that you had an amazing visit to Blenheim and enjoyed your time in England