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Sir John Onslow is the 8th Ons-low Baronet of Althain, a title created in 1797.
The various units and the ladies of the Northern Brigade were all on their best deportment as they were introduced to the Baronet.
Baronet, trained by David `Duke' Nicholson outbattled Eudipe and front- running Belmont King to land the pounds 38,000 showpiece in blazing sunshine that brought out a bumper crowd.
Aubyn, 5th baronet of that name, was for a time among the most important mineral collectors in England in the late 18th century.
He was made a baronet, and in 1756-74 was Superintendent of Indian Affairs for all colonies north of the Ohio River.
AMEX:HGO) announces that its Baronet #3 well on its Crowley Prospect in Acadia Parish, Louisiana found its primary objective, the Hayes Sand, as predicted 40' high to the down dip well located approximately 3000' to the West.
DOWN: 2 Marsh 3 Robert De Niro 4 Shrew 6 Go to sea 7 Yard 8 Appeals 9 Misdiagnosis 14 Paprika 16 Baronet 19 Homer 21 Drape 22 Liam.
The Havelock-Allan baronets then held the estate until after the death of the second baronet, the liberal politician Sir Henry, in 1953.
It displays crass party mismanagement by Cameron" Tory MP Nadine Dorries protests at the appointment of a baronet, Sir George Young, to replace Andrew Mitchell as Government chief whip "It is a bit startling to achieve global recognition before the age of 30 on account of your sister, your brother-in-law and your bottom"Pippa Middleton, below, sister of the Duchess of Cambridge "Telling a man he can't dance is like telling him he's a bad driver.
Situated two miles from Prestatyn, the main mansion house, built for the 7th Baronet Mostyn in the 1820s, contains three wings situated around a large courtyard.
But now a former business associate of the layabout baronet has blown the lid on the ex-male model's cash-strapped lifestyle.
used as a title before the given name of a knight or a baronet <Sir Walter Raleigh>