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Armigerous Families of Great Britain

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  1. Classically, nobility in England is divided into greater nobility, nobilitas maior, indicating the peers of the realm with a right to sit in parliament, and lesser nobility, nobilitas minor, the baronets, knights and untitled gentry with the right to

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  2. The Commission and Association for the Armigerous Families of Great Britain was established in 1996, with the agreement of the Duke of Norfolk as Earl Marshal of England, and with the support of the English and Scottish Kings of Arms, as a means of e

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  3. This is achieved through a commission, functioning as a standing committee, whose membership is periodically renewed, and to whom other associations with a more limited scope, such as the Standing Council of the Baronetage, the Irish Peers’ Associa

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  4. The President is the Duke of Norfolk

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  5. All those families with a right to arms recorded at the College of Arms, London, at the Court of the Lord Lyon, Edinburgh or, up to 31 March 1943 at Ulster Office, Dublin Castle are in principle eligible to take part, and to participate in the period

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  6. The Delegation to CILANE is named in consultation with the Duke of Norfolk as Earl Marshal and with the Kings of Arms

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