Earl of Merioneth

Earl of Merioneth

The title Earl of Merioneth was created in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1947 along with the Dukedom of Edinburgh and the Barony of Greenwich for Sir Philip Mountbatten (formerly Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark), the soon-to-be-husband of Queen Elizabeth II.


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