The complete peerage, or a history of the House of Lords and all its members from the earliest times by G.E.C., revised and much enlarged : addenda & corrigenda
The thirteen-volume Complete Peerage (1910-59) remains the standard reference work for the peerage of Britain and Ireland, containing entries for every hereditary peer from 1265 onwards. The long-awaited new volume corrects all known errors and adds a wealth of new information resulting from decades of research. In addition it brings the hereditary peerage up to date, containing entries for all peers not previously listed, including those created recently.
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