- Henry Howard, 10th Earl of Suffolk
Henry Howard, 10th Earl of Suffolk (
1 January 1706- 22 April 1745) was the only child of Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolkand Charles Howard, 9th Earl of Suffolk. He married Sarah Inwen [http://www.thepeerage.com/p3314.htm#i33138] , daughter of Thomas Inwen, on 13 May 1735, but died on 22 April 1745 at age 39 with no surviving issue and no brothers to whom the title could be passed. The line of Earls of Suffolk back to Henry's great-great grandfather Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolkthus died out, and the title passed to a great grandson of the 1st Earl (via the 1st Earl's second son Thomas), another Henry Howard.
Henry's widow remarried to Lucius Charles Cary, 7th
Viscount Falkland, on 10 October 1752. She died on 27 May 1776.
* [http://www.thepeerage.com/p3314.htm#i33137 The Peerage]
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