Note: BARONY OF GREY OF RUTHIN
XV.15. HENRY (YELVERTON), LORD GREY, next surviving brother and heir, born about 1664; educated at Eton. His claim for carrying the gilt spurs at a coronation was allowed, 14 April 1685, by the House of Lords and he bore them at the Coronation of James II, 23 April 1685, of William and Mary, 11 April 1689, and of Anne, 23 April 1702. He joined the Northern rising in 1688, and was one of those in arms for the Prince of Orange. He was accordingly created by William III, 21 April 1690, VISCOUNT DE LONGUEVILLE, being introduced as such 29 April 1690. Gentleman of the Bedchamber to Prince George of Denmark 1702 till his death. He married, 11 July 1689, at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Barbara, daughter of Sir John TALBOT, of Lacock, Wilts, by Barbara, daughter of Sir Henry SLINCSBY, Baronet. He died 24 March 1703/4, at Bath, aged about 40 and was buried at Easton Mauduit. M.I. His widow died 31 January 1763, aged about 92, at Brandon, co. Warwick, and was buried at Easton Maudult. M.I.
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