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My name is Darryl Lundy and I am the Site manager of  thePeerage.com.

This site was created using The Master Genealogist and Second Site - the data was also exported to a GEDCOM file and uploaded to MyHeritage.com.

The purpose of thePeerage.com is to create a family tree for the extended families of the British House of Lords, showing how they are all inter-connected.

To view the latest, up-to-date version of this databse, go  to http://www.thepeerage.com

My own family is also included in the data out of interest, but I'm really not related to any peers or royalty.

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John Louis Akard commented on person Queen Consort Mary I von Habsburg, Queen of England (born Tudor) :
 You have Mary as Queen Consort. She was no such thing unless you list every title she had. If it was listed as HM Mary I, von Habsburg (born Tudor), Queen of England, Queen Consort of Spain, you might have a case. 
John Louis Akard commented on person Duke Edward VI Tudor, King of England :
 HM Edward VI, Tudor, Duke of Cornwall, Earl of Chester 
John Louis Akard commented on person King Henry VIII Tudor, King of England :
 You have Anne of Cleves as Partner and Elizabeth Blount as Wife. This should be reversed. I believe that Titles, such as King, Queen, Duke, Duchess, Earl and Countess, should come after the name of the House. I, also, believe that if you bother with secondary titles at all, you should include all titles in full. 
John Louis Akard commented on person 3rd Viscount Edward John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer :
 I may not know all the rules for Titles and Styles of the British Royals ans Nobles but I'm reasonably confidant that you don't have this correct. Seems to me, he was Viscount Althorp until his father, the 7th Earl Spencer died. I, also, think that Titles are Post-nominal and placed in descending order. If a Ante-nominal entry must be made, The Right Honourable would be rather formal but correct.

Rt Hon Edward John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer, 3rd Viscount Althorp, MVO 
John Louis Akard commented on person Princess Diana Frances Spencer :
 From Dian's Wikipedia Page
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Titles and styles

1 July 1961 – 9 June 1975: The Honourable Diana Frances Spencer
9 June 1975 – 29 July 1981: Lady Diana Frances Spencer
29 July 1981 – 28 August 1996: Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales
in Scotland: 29 July 1981 – 28 August 1996: Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Rothesay
in Chester: 29 July 1981 – 28 August 1996: The Countess of Chester[124]
28 August 1996 – 31 August 1997: Diana, Princess of Wales

Posthumously, as in life, she is most popularly referred to as "Princess Diana", a title not formally correct and one she never held.[d] She is still sometimes referred to in the media as "Lady Diana Spencer" or simply as "Lady Di". In a speech after her death, then-Prime Minister Tony Blair referred to Diana as the People's Princess.[328]
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If you have documented proof that the divorce decree returned Diana to her maiden name, I would like to know where I can see it. If the divorce decree did not return her to her maiden name (usual case?) then she was Lady Diana Frances Windsor (born Spencer), Princess of Wales. I believe that the loss of the HRH meant that she was obliged to curtsy to her sons. 
 
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