Baron Howard of Glossop
Arms of the Baron Howard of Glossop


Arms: Quarterly: 1st, Gules, a Bend between six Crosses-Crosslet fitchée Argent, on the bend an Escutcheon Or, charged with a Demi-Lion rampant pierced through the mouth with an Arrow within a Double Tressure flory counterflory all Gules, differenced by a Crescent (for Howard of Glossop); 2nd, Gules, three Lions passant guardant in pale Or, and in chief a Label of three-points Argent (for Brotherton); 3rd, Chequy Or and Azure, (for Warren); 4th, Gules, a Lion rampant Or (for Fitzalan). Crests: 1st: issuant from a Ducal Coronet Or, a Pair of Wings Gules, each charged with a Bend between six Crosses-Crosslet fitchée Argent (for Howard); 2nd: on a Chapeau Gules, turned up Ermine, a Lion statant guardant with tail extended Or, ducally gorged Argent (for Brotherton); 3rd: on a mount Vert, a Horse passant Argent, holding in the mouth a Slip of Oak fructed proper (for Fitzalan). Supporters: Dexter: a Lion Argent; Sinister: a Horse Argent, holding in the mouth a Sprig of Oak fructed proper, each charged on the shoulder with a Crescent for difference.

Creation date9 December 1869
Created byQueen Victoria
First holderEdward Fitzalan-Howard, 1st Baron Howard of Glossop
Present holderEdward Fitzalan-Howard, 18th Duke of Norfolk
Heir apparentHenry Fitzalan-Howard, Earl of Arundel
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Note: Since 1975 the Barony of Howard of Glossop has been held as a subsidiary title of the Duke of Norfolk

Baron Howard of Glossop, in the County of Derby, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom,[1] since 1975 a subsidiary title of the dukedom of Norfolk. It was created in 1869 for the Liberal politician Lord Edward Howard, the second son of Henry Fitzalan-Howard, 13th Duke of Norfolk. His grandson, the third Baron (who succeeded his father),[2] married Mona Stapleton, 11th Baroness Beaumont. Their eldest son, Miles, succeeded his mother in the barony of Beaumont in 1971 and his father in the barony of Howard of Glossop in 1972. In 1975 he also succeeded in the dukedom of Norfolk on the death of his cousin, Bernard Fitzalan-Howard, 16th Duke of Norfolk. The two baronies are now subsidiary titles of the dukedom of Norfolk. See this title for further history of the peerages.

Barons Howard of Glossop (1869)

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See also


  1. ^ "No. 23559". The London Gazette. 26 November 1869. p. 645.
  2. ^ Hesilrige 1921, p. 489.
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