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County of Holland


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Holland, County of

Holland, County of

HOLLAND, Trevenen James (1836 - 1910), retired full pay, HM Army; DL and JP county of Kent; JP counties of Sussex and Cornwall; County Alderman county of Kent

The emergence of provincial debt in the county of Holland (thirteenth–sixteenth centuries)

GILES, Oswald (Bissill) (1888 - 1970), DL; Chairman of Holland County Council, Lincolnshire, 1945–63, retired

MOORE, Charles Thomas John (1827 - 1900), DL Lincolnshire; Colonel (retired) 4th Battalion Lincoln Regiment; Chairman of County (Holland) Quarter Sessions and of County and District Council and Poor Law Guardians

HOLLAND, Alfred (1900 - 1936), MP (Lab.) Clay Cross Division of Derbyshire since 1935; Member Derbyshire County Council since 1930

HOLLAND, (Edward) Milner (1902 - 1969), barrister-at-law; Attorney-General of the Duchy of Lancaster and Attorney and Serjeant within the County Palatine, since 1951

Holland, Henry Thurstan (1825 - 1914), PC 1885, JP for counties of London and Surrey; Knight of Justice, Sub-Prior, and Hon. Bailiff of Order of St John of Jerusalem; Bencher of the Inner Temple; Trustee of National Portrait Gallery

SHOVE, Ralph Samuel (1889 - 1966), JP; County Court Judge, Circuit 17 (Lincolnshire), 1945–60, retd; Chairman Quarter Sessions, Parts of Kesteven, from 1946, and Chairman Parts of Holland from 1946; Vice-Chairman Quarter Sessions, Parts of Lindsey, from 1945

HOLLANDER, Bernard (1864 - 1934), physician for mental and nervous diseases; Medical Officer under the Mental Deficiency Act for the County of London; Corresponding Member of Royal Academy of Medicine, Madrid; Founder and President of Ethological Society, 1904–29; ex-President of Société Internationale de Philologie, Sciences et Beaux-Arts; late Editor Ethological Journal

CASSAL, Charles Edward (1858 - 1921), Public Analyst for St George’s, Hanover Square, 1886–1901, for the City of Westminster since 1901, the Royal Borough of Kensington since 1885, the Metropolitan Borough of Battersea since 1888, and the County of Lincoln (Administrative Counties of Kesteven and Holland) since 1890; Editor of The British Food Journal, 1899–1914; late Lt-Col (Hon. Col) Commanding The London Brigade, RGA (TF), 1908–14

 

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First House of Holland

House of Hainault

House of Bavaria

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Chronology

Dates down to 939 are approximate (Strubbe and Voet, 368).

Names and Titles

The use of the title ‘count of Holland’ dates from 1101 (Dek, 13).

916–939

Dirk I (son of Gerulf; count in parts of northern Holland c.916)

939–988

Dirk II (son)

988–993

Arnulf (son)

993–1039

Dirk III (son)

1039–1049

Dirk IV (son)

1049–1061

Floris I (brother)

1061–1091

Dirk V (son)

1091–1121

Floris II, the Fat (son)

1121–1157

Dirk VI (son)

1157–1190

Floris III (son)

1190–1203

Dirk VII (son)

1203–1222

William I (brother)

1222–1234

Floris IV (son)

1234–1256

William II (son; king of Germany 1247)

1256–1296

Floris V (son)

1296–1299

John I (son)

1299–1304

John II (son of Alix, daughter of Floris IV, and John of Avesnes; count of Hainault 1280)

1304–1337

William III, the Good (son)

1337–1345

William IV (son)

1345–1354

Margaret (sister; abdicated; Hainault only 1354–6)

1354–1358

William V (son of Margaret and emperor Louis IV; Hainault 1356; deposed, died 1389)

1389–1404

Albert (brother; regent 1358–89)

1404–1417

William VI (son)

1417–1433

Jacqueline (daughter; abdicated, died 1436; union of Holland and Hainault with Burgundy)

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