Henry Howard, 6th Duke of Norfolk

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Earl Marshal
In office
1672–1684

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Mowbray & Howard family tree of the Earls of Norfolk and Dukes of Norfolk
EARL OF EAST ANGLIA
(Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk) (first creation, before 1069)
Ralph the Staller
(c.1011–1068)
1st Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, or of the East Angles
?–1068
Ralph de Gael
(c.1040 – c.1096)
2nd Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, or of the East Angles
1068–1074
Earldom forfeit, 1074
King Edward I
1239–1307
EARL OF NORFOLK (third creation, 1312)
Thomas of Brotherton
1st Earl of Norfolk
(1300–1338)
Margaret
2nd Countess of Norfolk
Duchess of Norfolk"for life"
(1320–1399)
John Segrave
4th Baron Segrave
(1315–1353)
Elizabeth de Segrave
5th Baroness Segrave
(1338–1368)
John de Mowbray
4th Baron Mowbray
(1340–1368)
Earl of Nottingham DUKE OF NORFOLK (first creation, 1397)
John de Mowbray
1st Earl of Nottingham
(1365–1383)
Thomas de Mowbray
3rd Earl of Norfolk
1st Duke of Norfolk
(c.1368–1399)
Dukedom forfeit, 1399
DUKE OF NORFOLK (first creation, 1397) (restored, 1425)
Sir Richard Howard
(1385–1436)
Lady Margaret de Mowbray
(c.1388–1459)
Thomas de Mowbray
4th Earl of Norfolk
(1385–1405)
John de Mowbray
5th Earl of Norfolk
2nd Duke of Norfolk
(1392–1432)
DUKE OF NORFOLK, 1483
John Howard
1st Duke of Norfolk
(1425–1485)
John de Mowbray
6th Earl of Norfolk
3rd Duke of Norfolk
(1415–1461)
Titles forfeit, 1485
DUKE OF NORFOLK, 1483 (restored, 1514)
Thomas Howard
2nd Duke of Norfolk
(1443–1524)
King Edward IV
1442–1483
John de Mowbray
7th Earl of Norfolk
4th Duke of Norfolk
(1444–1476)
Dukedom extinct, 1476
DUKE OF NORFOLK, 1477
Thomas Howard
3rd Duke of Norfolk
(1473–1554)
Anne of York
(1475–1511)
Richard of Shrewsbury
Duke of York
Duke of Norfolk
(1473–1483)
Anne de Mowbray
8th Countess of Norfolk
(1472–1481)
Attainted, 1547
Restored, 1553
Dukedom extinct, 1483
Viscount Howard of Bindon
Henry Howard
Earl of Surrey
(1517–1547)
Thomas Howard
1st Viscount Howard of Bindon
(c.1520–1582)
Mary FitzRoy
Duchess of Richmond and Somerset
(1519–1557)
Henry FitzRoy
Duke of Richmond and Somerset
(1519–1536)
Earl of Northampton
Thomas Howard
4th Duke of Norfolk
(1536–1572)
Henry Howard
1st Earl of Northampton
(1540–1614)
Titles forfeit, 1572
Earl of Suffolk
St. Philip Howard
Earl of Arundel
(1557–1595)
Attainted 1589
Thomas Howard
1st Earl of Suffolk
(1561–1626)
Lord William Howard
(1563–1640)
EARL OF NORFOLK (fifth creation, 1644) Earl of Berkshire Baron Howard of Escrick Earl of Carlisle
Thomas Howard
Earl of Arundel
1st Earl of Norfolk
(1585–1646)
Viscount Stafford
Henry Frederick Howard
Earl of Arundel
2nd Earl of Norfolk
(1608–1652)
William Howard
1st Viscount Stafford
(1614–1680)
Earl of Stafford
DUKE OF NORFOLK, 1483 (restored, 1660) Earl of Norwich
1672
Thomas Howard
5th Duke of Norfolk
(1627–1677)
Henry Howard
Earl of Norwich
6th Duke of Norfolk
(1628–1684)
Hon. Charles Howard
(1630–1713)
Col. Bernard Howard
(1641–1717)
Henry Howard
Earl of Norwich
7th Duke of Norfolk
(1655–1701)
Lord Thomas Howard
(1662–1689)
Henry Charles Howard
(d. 1720)
Bernard Howard
(1674–1735)
Thomas Howard
Earl of Norwich
8th Duke of Norfolk
(1683–1732)
Edward Howard
Earl of Norwich
9th Duke of Norfolk
(1685–1777)
Charles Howard
10th Duke of Norfolk
(1720–1786)
Henry Howard
(1713–1787)
Earldom of Norwich extinct, 1777
Charles Howard
11th Duke of Norfolk
(1746–1815)
Bernard Howard
12th Duke of Norfolk
(1765–1842)
Henry Howard
13th Duke of Norfolk
(1791–1856)
Baron Howard of Glossop
Henry Fitzalan-Howard
14th Duke of Norfolk
(1815–1860)
Edward Fitzalan-Howard
1st Baron Howard of Glossop
(1818–1883)
Henry Fitzalan-Howard
15th Duke of Norfolk
(1847–1917)
Francis Fitzalan-Howard
2nd Baron Howard of Glossop
(1859–1924)
Bernard Fitzalan-Howard
16th Duke of Norfolk
(1908–1975)
Bernard Fitzalan-Howard
3rd Baron Howard of Glossop
(1885–1972)
Miles Fitzalan-Howard
17th Duke of Norfolk
(1915–2002)
Edward Fitzalan-Howard
18th Duke of Norfolk
(b. 1956)
Henry Fitzalan-Howard
Earl of Arundel
Earl of Surrey
(b. 1987)

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References

  1. Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Norfolk, Earls and Dukes of"  . Encyclopædia Britannica . 19 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 744.

Attribution:

Political offices
Vacant
In commission
Title last held by
The Earl of Suffolk
Earl Marshal
1672–1684
Succeeded by
Peerage of England
Preceded by Duke of Norfolk
1677–1684
Succeeded by
Baron Mowbray
(descended by acceleration)

1677–1678
New creation Earl of Norwich
1672–1684
Baron Howard of Castle Rising
1669–1684