near Exeter, Devonshire - Earl of Iddesleigh

"The name of this ancient seat is derived from a family called Pyne, one of who settled here in thetime of King John. It passed, as in so many similar cases, from one owner to another, through heiresses, first to a proprietor called Larder, next to a branch of the Coplestone family, and then, in the reign of Charles the Second, it was purchased by Hugh Stafford, a maternal ancestor of the present family.

John Northcote, of Newton St Cyres, was created a Baronet in 1641. He was Sheriff of the county in the second year of the reign of Charles II. The fifth Baronet, Sir Henry Northcote, was MP for Exeter, and married Bridget Maria, heiress of Hugh Stafford.

The eighth Baronet, Sir Stafford Henry Northcote, was created a Peer of the Realm in 1885, with the title of Earl of Iddersleigh."

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