Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk

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The Earl of Suffolk
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Lord High Treasurer
In office
11 July 1614 July 1618
Political offices
Vacant
Title last held by
The Lord North
Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire
1602–1626
Succeeded by
Vacant
Title last held by
The Lord Hunsdon
Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk
1605–1626
Preceded by Lord Lieutenant of Dorset
with The Earl of Salisbury 1611–1612

1611–1626
Preceded by Lord Chamberlain
1603–1614
Succeeded by
Preceded by
In Commission
(First Lord: The Lord Ellesmere)
Lord High Treasurer
1614–1618
Succeeded by
In Commission
(First Lord: George Abbot)
Preceded by Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners
1615–1616
Succeeded by
Preceded by Custos Rotulorum of Essex
bef. 1621–1624
Preceded by Custos Rotulorum of Suffolk
bef. 1621–1624
Academic offices
Preceded by Chancellor of the University of Cambridge
1614–1626
Succeeded by
Peerage of England
New creation Earl of Suffolk
1603–1626
Succeeded by
Baron Howard de Walden
(descended by acceleration)

1597–1610