Lord Carteret

Lord Carteret

arms ARMS: Quarterly, 1st and 4th, barry of ten or and sable; 2nd and 3rd, or, a lion rampant, tail nowed gules.

CREST: A reindeer or.

SUPPORTERS: Two winged deer gules attired of the same.

MOTTO: "Loyal devoir" Loyal duty

Henry Frederick Thynne, 1735 - 1826. Member of Parliament (Tory) for Staffordshire 1757 - 61, and Weobley 1761 - 70; Clerk Comptroller of the Board of Green Cloth 1762 - 5; Master of the Household 1768 - 70; joint Post Master General 1770 - 89. In 1776 he succeeded (under the will of his maternal uncle Earl Granville, Viscount Carteret) to some of the Carteret estates, and assumed the name. In 1784 he was created Baron Carteret of Hawnes.

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