Lord Braybrooke: change of name and arms to Griffin
Details of Act
||38 George III. c. 8
|Type of Act
||Lord Braybrooke: change of name and arms to Griffin.
||An Act to enable the Right Honourable Richard Aldworth Lord Braybrooke, Baron of Braybrooke, and Richard Neville, Henry Neville, George Neville and William Neville, and all and every other Son and Sons of the said Richard Aldworth Lord Braybrooke, and their Issue Male, respectively, when they shall respectively become beneficially entitled to the Possession, or to the Rents and Profits of certain Estates devised by the Will of the late Right Honourable John Griffin, Lord Howard de Walden and Lord Braybrooke deceased, or shall become entitled to the Peerage of the Barony of Braybrooke in Possession, to use and take the Surname, and bear the Arms of Griffin, pursuant to the said Will.
Parliamentary Archives access
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||Records of the House of Lords, Private Bill Office, Original Acts