What is the past tense of succeed to?

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The past tense of succeed to is succeeded to.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of succeed to is succeeds to.

The present participle of succeed to is succeeding to.

The past participle of succeed to is succeeded to.

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He had succeeded to the earldom in 1678 and embarked on an ambitious programme for refurbishing his Elizabethan ancestral home.
In 1726, when he succeeded to the earldom of Chesterfield on the death of his father, he became a Member of the House of Lords.
It's more than 80 years since a coadjutor archbishop succeeded to the See of Dublin.
His other son, Richard, who succeeded to the title following his death, lives in London.
Henry Tudor succeeded to the throne in 1485, after defeating Richard in the Battle of Bosworth.
They had each succeeded to the title of Emperor of India as well as king, yet the Empire collapsed.
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