Noble and royal titles of the Isle of Man
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- Abbot of Bangor
- Abbot of Furness
- Abbot of Rushen Abbey - the abbey held large areas of land particularly in Malew, the so-called Abbeylands which extended to some 99½ quarterlands. After the reformation the Abbeylands fell into the hands of the Lord of Man.
- Abbot of Sabal
- Abbot of St. Trinian's
- Baroness of Douglas Prioress of the the nunnery at Douglas (defunct)
- The Lord Bishop
- Prior of St. Bead (Copeland)
- Prior of St. Bees (Cumbria)
- Prior of Whitehorn (Galloway)
- Bishop of Sodor and Man
- List of abbeys and priories on the Isle of Man
- List of rulers of the Kingdom of the Isles
- Joseph Train (1845). An historical and statistical account of the isle of Man: from the earliest times to the present date : with a view of its ancient laws, peculiar customs and popular superstitions ; in two volumes, Volume 2. Quiggin. pp. 2, 190.
- "Offices of the Manx Civil and Church Establishments". Retrieved May 25, 2012.
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