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Knights of the Sword


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Knights of the Sword

Paola), Don Francesco (di (born 1848), doctor of literature, fine arts, philosophy, and laws, Knight of Cape and Sword, and Private Chamberlain to the Pope

ANSTRUTHER, Charles Frederick St Clair (1855 - 1925), JP, DL Fife; Officer of Légion d’Honneur; Knight Commander of the Sword of Sweden; Knight Commander of Isabel la Católica; Esquire of St John of Jerusalem

WILKINSON, Nevile Rodwell (1869 - 1940), Ulster King of Arms and Registrar of the Order of St Patrick since 1908; Knight of Grace of The Order of St John; Chevalier of the Order of Leopold (with swords)

DUNSTAFFNAGE, of Angus John Campbell of Dunstaffnage (1888 - 1958), 20th hereditary Captain; Chief of Clan Aonghas an Duine; Hereditary Keeper of Royal Forest of Dalness; Steward of Upper Lochow; Knight of the Order of Malta; Member Royal Bodyguard of Scotland; Privy Chamberlain of the Sword and Cape to the Pope; Vice-Lieutenant of the County of Argyll; JP and Hon. Sheriff-Substitute, Argyll

Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth (1857 - 1941), Chevalier Order of Christ of Portugal; Grand Cross Alfonso XII; Grand Cross Order of Dannebrog; Order of Merit Chile; Grand Cross of the Order of the Redeemer of Greece; Order of the Crown of Belgium; Cross of Commander of Legion of Honour; Knight of Grace, St John Order; Order of Polonia Restituta (Poland); 1st Class Order of Merit (Hungary); Order of White Lion (Czecho-Slovakia); Order of Phoenix (Greece); Grand Cross Order of Merit (Austria); Grand Cross of Gediminus (Lithuania); Grand Cross of Orange of Nassau (Holland); Grand Cross of Order of the Sword (Sweden); Grand Cross of Three Stars (Latvia)

 

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The military-religious order of the Fratres milicie Christi de Livonia was founded in 1202 to protect the Missions and converted populations of Livonia and Latvia. The knights' emblem was a ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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