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The titles of Earl of Kendal and Duke of Kendal have been created several times, generally for people with a connection to the English/British royal family. The title refers to Kendal, a town in Cumbria.

Earls of Kendal, First Creation (1414)

Earls of Kendal, Second Creation (1443)

Earls of Kendal, Third Creation (1446)

A cadet branch of the Foix-Candale family, descendant of Jean de Foix-Candale, settled in Spain (dropping the 'de Foix') and later moved to Southern Italy, following Charles III of Spain in the 1734 conquest of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, during the War of the Polish Succession:



Barons Kendal, First Creation (1644)

(possible creation)

Dukes of Kendal, First Creation (1666)

The Duke of Kendal pub in Paddington; it takes its name from Charles Stuart, Duke of Kendal.[2]

Earls of Kendal, Fourth Creation (1689)

Duchess of Kendal, Second Creation (1719)

Barons Kendal, Second Creation (1784)

See also

Sources include:


  1. ^ "Della Rocca De Candal". Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  2. ^ Jones, T. (2012:199). Tired of London, Tired of Life: One Thing A Day To Do in London. United Kingdom: Ebury Publishing.