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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GROSVENOR, Sir Robert, 6th Bt. (1695-1755), of Eaton Hall, nr. Chester.

    Bt. (1695-1755), of Eaton Hall, nr. Chester. Constituency Dates Chester 24 Jan. 1733 1 Aug. 1755 Biography Grosvenor, one of the most prominent of the Tory country gentlemen, was in Parliament for 20 years before our period. He is not

    GROSVENOR, Robert, Visct. Belgrave (1767-1845), of Eaton Hall, nr. Chester.

    Belgrave (1767-1845), of Eaton Hall, nr. Chester. Constituency Dates East Looe 22 Apr. 1788 1790 Chester 1790 5 Aug. 1802 Ofifces Held Ld. of Admiralty 1789-91; P.C, 21 June 1793; member, Bd. of Control 1793-1801; ld-lt. Flints. 1798- d. Biography

    GROSVENOR, Thomas (1693-1733), of Eaton Hall, Cheshire.

    Thomas (1693-1733), of Eaton Hall, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Chester 1727 31 Jan. 1733 Biography Grosvenor was returned as a Tory jointly with his brother, Sir Richard Grosvenor, at Chester in 1727. He died of consumption at Naples, 31 Jan. 1733.[footnote]

    GROSVENOR, Richard (1731-1802), of Eaton Hall, nr. Chester.

    (1731-1802), of Eaton Hall, nr. Chester. Constituency Dates Chester 1754 1761 Biography Richard Grosvenor, like his father, was a Tory. But when Pitt took office Grosvenor became one of his strongest supporters; and on 23 Nov. 1758, when seconding the

    GROSVENOR, Robert (1695-1755), of Eaton Hall, Cheshire.

    (1695-1755), of Eaton Hall, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Chester 24 Jan. 1733 1 Aug. 1755 Ofifces Held Mayor, Chester 1737. Biography During the Forty-five, while supposed by popular rumour to be marching to join the Young Pretender in Lancashire, Grosvenor was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn dyfod i'w oed y mis c nesaf, yes teithin yn yr Aipht.- Bwriedirgwneyd ar. n ddagngsiad mawr yGt: Eaton Hall, Sir Gaer, asr yr d achlysur. a Ymlasddwyd gornest trwy lawddrylliau ihwng dan L fachgen oeddyn yryagel yn Lincoln. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    afon Dyfrdwy, ar ol bod yn talu o. ymweliad A goruchwyliwr y Due o Westminster .d yn Eccleston, gerllaw Eaton Hall, cyfarcbwyd d ef gan foneddigion o Liverpool oeddyct yn u pasio heibio rmewn llestr, ac aeth atynt ; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sr bymtheg o f6r garw tymhestlog. 'Alan fawr Gymreig enwog aral:, y. Ddyfrdwy, a orlifwyd yn aruthrol hefyd. Rhwng Eaton Hall,. palasdy y Dac o Westminster, a Farndon, yr oedd hi wedi tori dros ei chealanas. Cymerwyd yranifeiliaid oddiar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dilyna hyn os. tyngiad cyffredinol o lOs. yr acer a wnaed ar yr holl I dir pori ar etifeddiaeth Eaton Hall. r Ymnddengys fod cynhauaf y gleisiaid yn yr afon Dyfrdwy eleni y mawyaf cynyrchiol a welwyd yn y ,le Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agwedd fwy- I af Ileol a dibwys arrio yw danfoniad Arg- : iwydd HENRY GROSVENOR adref yn swta i. Eaton Hall i ddweyd wrth y Duc o WEST- i MiNSTER mai ofer yw ymddiried mewn meirch i a cherbydau, arian Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 15th October 1832

    sent his own fine horses, which were put to our carriage. At about ½ past 5 we arrived at Eaton Hall . We were received at the door by Lord and Lady Westminster , Lady Grosvenor and Lady Wilton .

    Monday 15th October 1832

    sent his own fine horses, which were put to our carriage. At about ½ past 5 we arrived at Eaton Hall . We were received at the door by Lord and Lady Westminster , Lady Grosvenor and Lady Wilton .

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Anfield Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2215 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Eaton Hall, Brick Road, Liverpool, Lancashire 1887 Sandon Hotel, Anfield [near Liverpool], Lancashire 1889

 

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