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Earl of Westmorland is a title that has been created twice in the Peerage of England. The title was first created in 1397 for Ralph Neville. It was forfeited in 1571 by Charles Neville, 6th Earl of Westmorland for leading the Rising of the North. It was revived in 1624 in favour of Sir Francis Fane, whose mother, Mary Neville, was a descendant of a younger son of the first Earl
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Discover what lies off the beaten track. Irish National Stud and Gardens, County Kildare. As well as its rich equine history, you’ll find the rather fascinating tale of its founder, Colonel William Hall Walker. He would meticulously record a foal's time of birth, and drew up the birth charts himself. Originally built for England’s King John in 1210, today the castle includes a 360º cinematic recreation of the bloody 1691 Siege of Athlone – a ferocious 10-day assault on the town.
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