He's the only one anyone ought to know. Top lad.
Sir Robert Peel, Disraeli, Earl of Rosebery, Pitt the Younger, Viscount Palmerston, Viscount Melbourne, Earl Grey, Duke of Wellington, Marquess of Rockingham, Marquess of Salisbury, Earl of Derby, Earl of Liverpool, Spencer Perceval, Earl of Aberdeen, Gladstone, Russell.
A know there were a load of Lords with geographical titles; Sunderland, Melbourne, Aberdeen, Derby, Salisbury, Newcastle, Liverpool iirc?
Then there's the famous ones, Wellington, Disraeli, Pitt the Younger, Gladstone. Of course can't forget Perceval, only PM to be assasinated.
My muddled attempt, half remembering some names, inventing some no doubt. Bonar-Law (sic?) might be early 20th instead. Bonneville might be just me thinking of Hugh Bonneville the actor because it sounds like a prime ministerial name.
Probably none to my shame.
Gladstone, Disraeli, Palmerston, Aberdeen, Salisbury, Liverpool, Perceval, Pitt the Younger. So eight.
None...only know 2 in the 20th century
Disraeli, Gladstone, Earl Gray, Wellington, Lord John Russell, Salisbury, Peel, Palmerston, Lord Liverpool.
Get in there.
I only know Gladstone and Disraeli because of what little coverage the 19th century, or 19th century figures, came up in my subjects
Earl of Liverpool
Duke of Wellington
Earl of Derby
Gladestone, Disraeli, Pitt the Younger, Wellington. Ermm, that is about it. Embarrassingly I can name more 19th century American presidents.
William Pitt, George Canning, the Duke of Wellington, Earl Grey, Lord Aberdeen, Lord Melbourne, Benjamin Disraeli, William Gladstone, Lord Salisbury, Lord Derby, Sir Robert Peel, Earl of Liverpool, Spencer Percival. I'm pretty sure I've overlooked a number.