Viscount Fane

Viscount Fane was a title in the Peerage of Ireland created on 22 April 1718, along with the title Baron of Loughguyre, for Charles Fane. On the death of the 2nd Viscount in 1766, both titles became extinct.

Lineage

::*see Earls of Westmorland & Barons le Despenser
*Francis Fane, 1st Earl of Westmorland (great-grandfather of 1st Viscount)
*Colonel the Hon. George Fane (son of the above & grandfather of 1st Viscount)
*Sir Henry Fane, KB (son of the above & father of 1st Viscount)

Viscounts Fane (1718)

*Charles Fane, 1st Viscount Fane (1676-1744)
*Charles Fane, 2nd Viscount Fane (after1708-1766)

References

* "Quadrennial di Fano Saliceorum, volume one", by R. de Salis, London, 2003.
* "The Complete Peerage...", by G.E.C. (G. E. Cokayne), Hon. Vicary Gibbs & H.A. Doubleday, vol. V, St. Catherine Press, London, 1926.


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