Duke of CumberlandDuke of Cumberland is a peerage title that was conferred upon junior members of the British royal family.
The creations of the Dukedom of Cumberland are as follows:
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2 Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn (in the Peerage of Great Britain, 1766)
3 Duke of Cumberland and Tiviotdale (in the Peerage of Great Britain, 1799)
4 Related Terms
Duke of Cumberland (in the Peerage of Great Britain, 1726)
Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn (in the Peerage of Great Britain, 1766)
Duke of Cumberland and Tiviotdale (in the Peerage of Great Britain, 1799)
The name of the 3rd Duke of Cumberland and Tivitodale was "was removed from the roll of Peers of Great Britain and of Ireland by Order of the King in Council, 28 March 1919" for bearing arms against the United Kingdom in World War I. Under the 1917 Title Deprivation Act, the lineal male heirs of
the 3rd Duke of Cumberland and Tivitodale have the right to petition the British Crown for the restoration of his peerages. To date, none have done so. The present heir is Prince Ernst August of Hanover (born 26 February 1954), great grandson of the 3rd Duke and current head of the House of Hanover. He is the senior male-line descendant of George III of the United Kingdom.
Duke, Duke of Albany, Duke of Cambridge, Duke of Clarence, Duke of Cornwall, Duke of Connaught, Duke of Gloucester, Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Kent, Duke of Sussex, Duke of York, Prince of Wales