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Aerden [userpic]
Terms of British Peerage Address

A question for friends of mine who live in the UK: Is there any qualitative difference between stating that someone is John, Baron of Durham and stating that he is John, Baron Durham?

In the SCA there is a difference, but I don't know if that is based on usage by real peers. I tried looking this up at the FAQ page for alt.talk.royalty, but I couldn't find anything definitive.

I'm working on Boy from the Sea today, which is why I'm asking.

Friends: I haven't been reading my journal much for the last couple of days; I'm still too tired from the ESWL to want to sit at the computer much. I apologize if I've missed out on anything important in your lives--I do care, and I hope you're all doing well.

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I have no idea re: the Baron question, but whenever I get a chance I'll ask Rob.

Thanks, Rich! It's probably not really important, but I want to use the information for a story I'm writing, and I'd rather be accurate with it.