Marcia Pelham, Countess of Yarborough
- Charles Pelham, Lord Worsley (1887–1914)
- The Hon. Sackville Pelham (1888–1948)
- The Hon. D'Arcy Francis Pelham (b.& d. 1892)
- The Hon. Marcus Herbert (1893–1966)
In 1888, the countess's father died and his title fell into abeyance, but the abeyance was terminated in her favour four years later. Eleven years later, in 1903, the barony of Fauconberg (a title which had been in abeyance since the death of the last holder, the 6th Baroness Fauconberg in 1490) was also granted to Marcia. The House of Lords also agreed that her father held the barony of Darcy de Knayth, which was granted to Marcia's sister, the Countess of Powis, at the same time. Due to the titles granted to her, Marcia brought 153 armorial quarterings to her husband's family.
In 1920, the countess was appointed an OBE in recognition of her role as Commandant of Brocklesby Park (her husband's ancestral home), which had been turned over as an auxiliary hospital during World War I. She died of sleeping sickness at Brocklesby in 1926 and her titles were inherited by her eldest surviving son, Sackville.
|Countess of Mértola
1888 – 1926
|Peerage of England|
Title last held bySackville Lane-Fox
1892 – 1926
Title last held byJoan Neville
1903 – 1926