The young Lord Howard de Walden (1799-1868), aged four when he inherited the title from his great-grandfather, eventually married Lady Lucy Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck, youngest daughter of the 4th Duke of Portland and sister and co-heiress of the reclusive 5th Duke of Portland. It was through her that the Barons Howard de Walden inherited substantial properties in London, and adopted the name of Scott-Ellis instead of Ellis. The 6th Baron was succeeded by his son the 7th Baron (1830-1899) and the 8th Baron (1880-1946). The great-grandson was John Scott-Ellis, 9th Baron Howard de Walden and 5th Baron Seaford(1912-1999).
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:SR93-RC6 : accessed 2015-05-07), entry for Lucy Joan /Cavendish-Bentinck-Scott/.
Cheltenham Looker-On 05 September 1868
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On 26 Jan 2019 at 08:31 GMT Luke (Kemp) Lord Kemp-St. Margaret MA/ThB/PhD wrote: