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D'AETH, Thomas (1670-1745), of Knowlton and North Cray, Kent.
DAINES, Sir William (c.1656-1724), of Bristol, Glos.
DALKIETH, Lord, see SCOTT, Francis
DALRYMPLE, Sir Hew, 2nd Bt. (1712-90), of North Berwick, Haddington.
DALRYMPLE, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1692-1751), of Hailes, Haddington.
DALRYMPLE, John (aft.1699-1742), of Aird and Bardland, Wigtown.
DALRYMPLE, Hon. Sir David, 1st Bt. (c.1665-1721), of Hailes, Haddington.
DALRYMPLE, Hon. William (1678-1744), of Glenmuir, Ayr.
DALSTON, John (1706-59), of Acorn Bank, Westmld.
DAMER, George (1727-52), of Winterbourne Came, Dorset.
DAMER, Joseph (1676-1737), of Dorchester, Dorset.
DAMER, Joseph (1718-1798), of Milton Abbey, Dorset.
DANVERS, Joseph (1686-1753), of Swithland, Leics.
DARCY, Conyers (c.1685-1758), of Aske, nr. Richmond, Yorks.
DASHWOOD KING, John (1716-93), of Halton, Bucks.
DASHWOOD, Sir Francis, 2nd Bt. (1708-81), of West Wycombe, Bucks.
DASHWOOD, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1715-79), of Kirtlington Park, Oxon.
DAVERS, Sir Jermyn, 4th Bt. (c.1686-1743), of Rougham and Rushbrooke, Suff.
DAVERS, Sir Robert, 2nd Bt. (1653-1722), of Rougham and Rushbrooke, Suff.
DAWKINS, James (?1696-1766), of Over Norton, Oxon.
DAWNAY, Henry, 2nd Visct. Downe [I] (1664-1741), of Cowick Hall, Yorks.
DAWNAY, Henry Pleydell, 3rd Visct. Downe [I] (1727-60), of Cowick Hall, Yorks.
DAWNAY, Hon. John (1686-1740), of Cowick Hall, Yorks.
DE GREY, Thomas (1680-1765), of Merton, Norf.
DE LA BERE, Kinard (c.1666-1735), of Southam, Glos.
DEACLE, John (c.1664-1723), of Wingrove, Bucks. and Aldermanbury, London.
DEANE, George (?1685-aft.1739), of Bishop's Hull, nr. Taunton, Som.
DECKER, Sir Matthew, 1st Bt. (1679-1749), of Richmond, Surr.
DEERHURST, Viscts., see COVENTRY, George William, and COVENTRY, Thomas Henry
DELAUNE, William (by 1667-1739), of Sharsted, Kent.
DELAVAL, Francis (1692-1752), of Ford Castle, Seaton Delaval and Dissington, Northumb., and Doddington, Lincs.
DELAVAL, George (c.1667-1723), of Seaton Delaval, Northumb.
DELMÉ, Peter (1710-70), of Quarley, nr. Andover, Hants, and Erlestoke, Wilts.
DELVES, see BROUGHTON DELVES
DENNIS, George (d.1740), of Trenant, nr. Liskeard, Cornw.
DENTON, Alexander (1679-1740), of Hillesden, nr. Buckingham, Bucks.
DENTON, see also CHAMBERLAYNE, George
DERING, Sir Edward, 5th Bt. (1705-62), of Surrenden Dering, Kent.
DES BOUVERIE, see BOUVERIE
DEVEREUX, Hon. Price (1694-1748).
DICKSON, John (c.1707-67), of Kilbucho, Peebles.
DIGBY, Hon. Edward (c.1693-1746), of Wandsworth, Surr.
DIGBY, Edward (1730-57), of Coleshill, Warws. and Sherborne, Dorset.
DIGBY, John (c.1667-1728), of Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts.
DIGBY, Hon. Robert (?1692-1726), of Coleshill, Warws.
DILLINGTON, Sir Tristram, 5th Bt. (c.1677-1721), of Knighton, I.o.W.
DISTON, Josiah (c.1667-1737), of Bakewell Hall, Basinghall St., London.
DOCMINIQUE, Charles (?1686-1745), of Chipstead, Surr.
DOCMINIQUE, Paul (1643-1735), of Spitalfields, London, and Chipstead, Surr.
DODD, John (?1693-1719), of Wolverton, Dorset, and Hampstead Norris and Oakfield, Berks.
DODD, John (1717-82), of Swallowfield, Berks.
DODINGTON, George (c.1658-1720), of Eastbury, Dorset.
DODINGTON, George (c.1681-1757), of Horsington, Som.
DODINGTON, George Bubb, see BUBB
DOLPHIN, John (1659-1724), of Moss House, Shenstone, Staffs.
DONERAILE, Visct., see ST. LEGER
DORMER, Fleetwood (1658-1723), of Lee Grange, in Quainton, Bucks.
DOUGLAS, Archibald (c.1667-1741), of Cavers, Roxburgh.
DOUGLAS, Lord Charles (1726-56), of Kellwood, Dumfries.
DOUGLAS, Hon. George (1662-1738), of St. Ola, Orkney.
DOUGLAS, James (d.1751), of Cuffnalls, in Lyndhurst, Hants.
DOUGLAS, Hon. John (c.1698-1732), of Broughton, Peebles.
DOUGLAS, Sir John (c.1708-78), of Kelhead, Dumfries.
DOUGLAS, Hon. Robert (c.1703-45), of St. Ola, Orkney.
DOUGLAS, William (c.1688-1748), of Cavers, Roxburgh.
DOUGLAS, William (d.1747), of Kirkness, Kinross.
DOWDESWELL, William (1682-1728), of Pull Court, Bushley, Worcs.
DOWDESWELL, William (1721-75), of Pull Court, Bushley, Worcs.
DOWNE, Viscts., see DAWNAY, Henry, and DAWNAY, Henry Pleydell
DOWNING, Sir George, 3rd Bt. (c.1685-1749), of East Hatley and Gamlingay, Cambs.
DOWNING, Jacob Garrard (c.1717-64), of Mount Prospect, Putney, Surr. and Gamlingay Park, Cambs.
DRAKE, Francis Henry (1694-1740), of Buckland and Nutwell Court, Devon.
DRAKE, Sir Francis Henry, 5th Bt. (1723-94), of Buckland and Nutwell Court, Devon.
DRAKE, Montague Garrard (1692-1728), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks.
DRAKE, William (1723-96), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks.
DRAX, Henry (?1693-1755), of Ellerton Abbey, Yorks. and Charborough, nr. Wareham, Dorset.
DRAX, Thomas Erle (?1721-89), of Ellerton Abbey, Yorks. and Charborough, Dorset.
DREWE, Francis (?1674-1734), of the Grange, Broadhembury, Devon.
DROGHEDA, Earl of, see MOORE, Henry
DRUMLANRIG, Earl of, see DOUGLAS, Lord Charles
DRUMMOND, John (1676-1742), of Quarrell, Stirling.
DRUMMOND, John (d.1752), of Megginch, Perth.
DRURY, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt. (1712-59), of Wickham Hall, nr. Maldon, Essex, and Overstone, Northants.
DU CANE, Richard (1681-1744), of St. Pancras, Soper Lane, London, and Coggeshall, Essex.
DUCKETT, George (1684-1732), of Hartham, in Corsham, Wilts.
DUCKETT, William (aft.1684-1749), of Hartham, in Corsham, Wilts.
DUFF, William (1697-1763), of Braco, Banff.
DUKE, Sir Edward (c.1694-1732), of Benhall, Suff.
DUKE, see also HEATH (afterwards DUKE), John
DUMMER, Thomas Lee (?1712-65), of Cranbury, Hants.
DUNBAR, Patrick (c.1676-1763), of Bowermadden, and Northfield, Caithness.
DUNCANNON, Visct., see PONSONBY, William
DUNCH, Edmund (?1677-1719), of Little Wittenham, Berks. and Down Ampney, Glos.
DUNCOMBE, Anthony (c.1695-1763), of Barford, nr. Downton, Wilts.
DUNCOMBE, Thomas (?1683-1746), of Duncombe Park, Yorks.
DUNCOMBE, Thomas (?1724-79), of Duncombe Park, Yorks. and Barford Park, Wilts.
DUNDAS, George (1690-1762), of Dundas, Linlithgow.
DUNDAS, Lawrence (c.1710-81), of Kerse, Stirling, and Aske, nr. Richmond, Yorks.
DUNDAS, Robert (1685-1753), of Arniston, Edinburgh.
DUPPLIN, Visct., see HAY, Thomas
DUTTON, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (1684-1743), of Sherborne, Glos.
DYKE ACLAND, see ACLAND
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