Baron Delamere

Baron Delamere

Marquis de Cholmondeley

Houghton Hall, résidence des marquis de Cholmondeley
Cholmondeley Castle, résidence des marquis de Cholmondeley

Marquis de Cholmondeley (marquess of Cholmondeley), prononcé Chumley, est un titre de la pairie du Royaume-Uni.

Le titre a été créé en 1815 pour George James Cholmondeley, 4e comte de Cholmondeley. Il est aujourd'hui par son descendant le septième marquis, David Cholmondeley. Le marquis de Cholmondeley est l'un des co-détenteurs de la dignité de grand chambellan de Grande-Bretagne, qui lui assure un siège à la chambre des Lords.

Le marquis porte également les titres de comte de Cholmondeley (créé en 1706 dans la pairie d'Angleterre), comte de Rocksavage (1815 - pairie du Royaume-Uni), vicomte Malpas (1706), vicomte Cholmondeley (1661 - pairie d'Irlande), baron Cholmondeley of Namptwich (1689 - pairie d'Angleterre), baron Newburgh (1716 - pairie de Grande-Bretagne) et baron Newborough (1716 - pairie d'Irlande).

La résidence des marquis de Cholmondeley est Cholmondeley Castle.

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