Elder Son

Some articles on sons, elder son, son:

The Prodigal Son (Britten) - Synopsis
... on a farm family, which consists of a father and his two sons ... The elder son and the servants leave to work the fields for the day ... The younger son hears a voice that tempts him to indulge his "most secret longings" ...
Label (heraldry) - As A Mark of Difference
... In English heraldry, the label was used to mark the elder son, generally by the princes of the royal house ... The eldest son, during the lifetime of his father, bears the family arms with the addition of a label the second son a crescent, the third, a mullet, the fourth, a martlet, the fifth, an ... On the death of his father, the eldest son would remove the label from his coat of arms and assume the unmodified arms ...
Naushera - History - Mughal Period
... His elder son Muhammad Sarwar had two sons, Muhammad Bilal Ali Khan (in some record Bilawal Khan) the fore father of Awan of Naushera, and Muhammad Media Khan, whose descendants are Great Maliks of Kund ... Muhammad Sarwar’s younger son Muhammad Media Khan descendants permanently settled at this more prosperous plain and open plateau south of the Soon Valley and during the period of British Raj became great Maliks ... century appears Muhammad Himayat Ali, the elder son of Muhammad Bilal Ali, the head of the tribe of the Salt Range and a descendant of Ali ibn Talib ...
Mary, Princess Royal And Countess Of Harewood - Princess Royal
... The couple's elder son assumed the courtesy title of Viscount Lascelles ... death in 1947, the Princess Royal lived at Harewood House with her elder son and his family ... March 1965 The Princess Royal suffered a fatal heart attack during a walk with her elder son, Lord Harewood, and his children on the grounds of the ...

Famous quotes containing the words son and/or elder:

    God’s Son went home. Among us it is whispered
    He cried the tears of men.
    Feeling, in fact,
    We have no need of peace.
    Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)

    Man is the only one that knows nothing, that can learn nothing without being taught. He can neither speak nor walk nor eat, and in short he can do nothing at the prompting of nature only, but weep.
    —Pliny The Elder (23–79)