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Grosvenor, Earl (GB, 1784)
Creation: let. pat. 5 Jul 1784
Family name: Grosvenor
See Duke of Westminster
Richard [Grosvenor], 1st Baron Grosvenor later 1st Earl Grosvenor
1st son and heir of Sir Robert Grosvenor, 6th Bt., of Eaton, co. Chester, by his wife Jane Warre, dau. and hrss. of Thomas Warre, of Swell Court and Shipton Beauchamp, co. Somerset
18 Jun 1731
19 Jul 1764 Henrietta Vernon (mar. (2) 1 Sep 1802 Lieut Gen George Porter later de Hochepied, later 6th Baron de Hochepied; d. 2 Jan 1828), dau. of Henry Vernon, of Hilton Park, co. Stafford, by his wife Lady Henrietta Wentworth, 3rd dau. of Thomas [Wentworth], 1st Earl of Strafford
1. Hon Robert Grosvenor, later 2nd Earl Grosvenor later 1st Marquess of Westminster
5 Aug 1802
8 Apr 1761 Baron Grosvenor, of Eaton in the County of Chester
5 Jul 1784 Viscount Belgrave, of Belgrave in the County of Chester, and Earl Grosvenor
Member of Parliament for Chester 1754-61; suc. his father 1 Aug 1755 as 7th Baronet of Eaton; Mayor of Chester 1759; Cupbearer at the Coronation of King George III
Robert [Grosvenor], 2nd Earl Grosvenor later 1st Marquess of Westminster, KG PC
13 Sep 1831 Marquess of Westminster
The Earldom of Grosvenor has been held by the Marquesses of Westminster since 13 Sep 1831 and by the Dukes of Westminster since 27 Feb 1874.
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