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Mar 05, 2015
| John Louis Akard
commented on person Right Honorable Sir James Henderson*, 3rd Baron of Fordel
: | From Wikipedia
Noble styles in the United Kingdom
Dukes and duchesses in the peerages of England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland, and the United Kingdom as well as nobility bearing the title of "Prince" (who are not royalty of highness) bear the style of Grace, e.g. "His Grace", "Your Grace". They also hold the style of Most High, Potent, and Noble Prince, but even in the most formal situations that is usually simply abbreviated to Most Noble, and even that style is quite archaic and very formal.
Marquesses and marchionesses bear the styles of The Most Honourable and Lordship (e.g. "His Lordship," "Her Ladyship," "Your Lordship," and "Your Ladyship.") They also hold the style of Most Noble and Potent Prince, but even in the most formal situations this style is rarely used.
Earls, countesses, viscounts, viscountesses, barons, and baronesses bear the styles of The Right Honourable and Lordship.
Scottish barons bear the style The Much Honoured.
The above, I think, explains why I believe James' prefix box should say The Right Honorable. I also think that 3rd Baron of Fordel should be in the Suffix box.
Feb 26, 2015
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