Note: BARONY OF GREY OF RUTHIN
VISCOUNTCY OF LONGUEVILLE
EARLDOM OF SUSSEX
XV.1. TALBOT (YELVERTON), VISCOUNT DE LONGUEVILLE  and LORD GREY (of Ruthin) , also a Baronet , 1st son and heir of Henry (YELVERTON), 1st VISCOUNT DE LONGUEVILLE, &c., by Barbara, daughter of Sir John TALBOT, of Lacock, Wilts, was born 2 May 1690, and baptized 16 May at St. James's, Westminster; succeeded to the peerage as VISCOUNT DE LONGUEVILLE, &c., on his father's death, 24 March 1703/4, taking his seat 3 February 1712/3; matriculated at Oxford (Christ Church) 20 October 1705, aged 15. Being a Whig, he was created, 26 September 1717, EARL OF SUSSEX, with remainder, failing heirs male of his body, to his brother Henry Yelverton in like manner. He was Lord of the Bedchamber 1722-27; F.R.S. 1 September 1722; Deputy Earl Marshal, 1725-31; K.B. at the revival of that Order, 27 May 1725; F.S.A. 21 July 1725; P.C. 5 August 1727; a Commissioner of Claims for the Coronation of George II, 11 October 1727, when he carried the golden spurs, acting also as Earl Marshal. He married, before 1 November 1726, Lucy, 4th surviving daughter of Henry PELHAM, of Lewes, Sussex, Clerk of the Pells, by Frances, daughter and coheir of John BINE, of Rowdell in that co. She, who was born 15 January 1695/6 and baptised 16 January at St. Michael's, Lewes, died in childbed 25 May 1730, in her 35th year. He died 27 October 1731 at Bath, and was buried 3 November at Easton-Maudit, co. Northampton, aged 41. [CP 12:534]
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