Bernard Forbes, 8th Earl of Granard

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  1. The Peerage of Ireland by John Lodge, Dublin, 1789.
  2. Standings Orders of the House of Lords forbid minors (those under the age of 21 years) from taking their seat. Additionally, his senior titles were in the peerage of Ireland, which did not automatically confer membership to the House of Lords.
  3. "No. 27866". The London Gazette . 22 December 1905. p. 9171.
  4. "No. 28074". The London Gazette . 1 November 1907. p. 7295.
  5. "No. 28075". The London Gazette . 5 November 1907. p. 7388.
  6. "No. 28061". The London Gazette . 20 September 1907. p. 6359.
  7. "Bernard Forbes". Oireachtas Members Database. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
  8. 1 2 3 Hesilrige 1921, p. 416.
  9. "The War - Embarcation of Troops". The Times (36091). London. 16 March 1900. p. 6.
  10. Hart′s Army list, 1903
  11. "No. 27380". The London Gazette . 26 November 1901. p. 8089.
  12. "No. 27388". The London Gazette . 17 December 1901. p. 8917.
  13. "The Army in South Africa - Return of Troops". The Times (36844). London. 12 August 1902. p. 10.

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The Earl of Granard
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Master of the Horse
In office
1923–1936
Political offices
Preceded by Lord-in-waiting
19051907
Succeeded by
Preceded by Master of the Horse
1907–1915
Succeeded by
Court offices
Preceded by Master of the Horse
1924–1936
Succeeded by
Honorary titles
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Vacant
Title last held by
The Earl of Longford
Lord Lieutenant of Longford
1916–1922
Succeeded by
Office abolished
Business positions
Preceded by Arsenal chairman
1936–1939
Succeeded by
Peerage of Ireland
Preceded by Earl of Granard
1889–1948
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