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Birth:Nov 20 1655
Death:June 27 1700
Name:Sir Thomas Grosvenor
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Text:"... was SirThomasGrosvenor and his bride was Mary Davies. She had jusl inherited the fields which are now the gold-plated districts of Maylair and Belgravia 300 acres of some ol the most expensive real estate..."
Date:Oct 30 1977
Publication:Naples, Florida, United States of America
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Text:"...), and Sedley the poet. In it Joe Miller was buried; and in it Mrs. Marv Davies of Ebury, the great heiress, who brought the i’imlico property into the Grosvenor family, was married to SirThomasGrosvenor..."
Date:Oct 29 1871
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... including the Embassy on Grosvenor Some 300 years ago Mary Davies brought what was then 300 acres of marshland to SirThomasGrosvenor as her Subsequently Mary Davies went but Grosvenor and his descendants..."
Date:Apr 23 1978
Publication:Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... ir th- remeniibran-i-e anJ nonor o. j in L-n-i t the noble faculties, nobly the cei'ent z smaii Campbell coins. think Dr. Johnson and; SirThomasGrosvenor _ana of the enormous fortunes ___ ___ them..."
Date:May 22 1909
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"..., came into the Grosvenor family through the marriage of their ancestor SirThomasGrosvenor, third baronet, about the middle of the 17th century, with Mary, only daughter and heiress of Aexander Davis..."
Date:Aug 31 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... a landlord today. So do the embassies of 21 other countries, not to mention hotels like the Connaught and Claridge's, plus residents of London’s ritziest square. The baronet was SirThomasGrosvenor and his..."
Date:Oct 30 1977
Publication:Naples, Florida, United States of America
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Text:"... Elizabeth's time Ebury Manor had been let on lease for an annual rental of �21. The house stood between Hobart-place and the bottom of Grosvenor-place. SirThomasGrosvenor married the lady of his choice..."
Date:Dec 1 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of architecture, built by the present earl on the site of the old mansion, a square brick fabric, erected by SirThomasGrosvenor in the reign of King William. The fine vaulted basement story ofthe old hall..."
Date:Sep 1 1814
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the Representatives in Parliament for that City, with SirThomasGrosvenor, Bart, in the year 1684. Mr. John Lush, distiller, in High Holbom. At Venice, in six hours illness, after a fit, supposed to proceed from..."
Date:Feb 1 1796
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Aden to Kurrachee, as Belgraeia, came into the Groavenor family through the marriage of their ancestor SirThomasGrosvenor, third baronet, about the middle of the seventeenth century, with Mary, only..."
Date:Sep 1 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... London. The owner of tho most fashionable district of London is the Duke of Westminster. This extensive prop- erty at the West end was acquired by tho marriage in 1676 of SirThomasGrosvenor with Miss..."
Date:July 25 1896
Publication:Placerville, California, United States of America
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Text:"..., when SirThomasGrosvenor married the only daughter and sole hei-ess of Alexander Davles, the most famous money lender In London, in the days nt the "Merrie Monarch Lady Grewvsnor, was married to Sir..."
Date:Mar 2 1907
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... upon billions. Vanbrugh. This structure was erected by SirThomasGrosvenor in the reign of William Third. There was a central block with two wings and a court be- | fore the castle, enclosed with iron..."
Date:Jan 12 1919
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... gathered in which have since become portions of the metropolis. The area from which the Duke of Westminster—as descendant of the SirThomasGrosvenor who married Mary Davies, heiress of Ebury, in 167S, at St..."
Date:July 8 1893
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the U S government has a landlord today So do the embassies of 21 other countries not to mention hotels Iik6 the Connaught and Claridges plus residents of Londonsritziest square The baronet was SirThomas..."
Date:Oct 31 1977
Publication:Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... uncle William the Conqueror the fbrtunea of the house date only from the reign of Charles II at which time SirThomasGrosvenor feathered his nest by marrying the only daughter and sole heiress..."
Date:Sep 5 1924
Publication:Kokomo, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... today. So do the embassies of 21 other countries, not to mention hotels like the Connaught and Claridge's, plus residents of London's ritziest square. The baronet was SirThomasGrosvenor and his bride..."
Date:Oct 25 1977
Publication:Nashua, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... : About the year 1656, SirThomasGrosvenor fell in love with the pretty daughter of the owner of Ebury Manor, a, house surrounded by five pasturing fields. The value of the little property may be estimated..."
Date:Dec 29 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the Grosvenor family tells of SirThomasGrosvenor, then Mayor of Chester, and a landed gentleman of great influence, who was in command of the Earl of Shrewsbury's regiment of horse, in 1685, at the camp..."
Date:July 7 1853
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...'s, plus residents of London's ritziest square The baronet was SirThomasGrosvenor and his bride was Mary Davies. She had just inherited the fields which are now the gold-plated districts of Mayfair..."
Date:Oct 24 1977
Publication:Connellsville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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