Charles Howard, 10th Duke of Norfolk

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The Duke of Norfolk
Spouse(s) Catherine Brockholes

Issue

Charles Howard, 11th Duke of Norfolk
Noble family House of Howard
Father Henry Charles Howard
Mother Mary Aylward
Born 1 December 1720
Died 31 August 1786

Charles Howard, 10th Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal (1 December 1720 – 31 August 1786), was an English peer. He was the son of Henry Charles Howard (c. 1668–1720) and Mary Aylward (c. 1670–1747). He married Catherine Brockholes (before 1724–1784), daughter of John Brockholes, on 8 November 1739. He succeeded to the title of Duke of Norfolk in 1777 after the death of Edward Howard, 9th Duke of Norfolk. Charles Howard, 10th Duke of Norfolk died on 31 August 1786 at age 65. He was succeeded by his son, Charles Howard, 11th Duke of Norfolk.

In 1730 he appointed Daniel Coxe the Provincial Grand Master of Freemasonry for the provinces of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. No authenticated records exist to show if Charles Howard was a Freemason himself.

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The children of Charles and his wife Katherine were:

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Political offices
Preceded by
The 9th Duke of Norfolk
Earl Marshal
1777–1786
Succeeded by
The 11th Duke of Norfolk
Peerage of England
Preceded by
Edward Howard
Duke of Norfolk
1777–1786
Succeeded by
Charles Howard