Note: BARONY OF GREY OF RUTHIN
VISCOUNTCY OF LONGUEVILLE
EARLDOM OF SUSSEX
XVII.3. HENRY (YELVERTON), EARL OF SUSSEX , VISCOUNT DE LONGUEVILLE , and LORD GREY (of Ruthin) , also a Baronet , only brother and heir, born 7 July 1728; educated at Westminster from June 1738; matriculated at Oxford (Hertford College) 11 December 1745, aged 17; Cornet, 7th (Queen's Own) Dragoons, 25 January 1752; Lieutenant 26 December 1755; Captain, 31st Regiment of Foot, 28 June 1756--August 1759; Bearer of the golden spurs at the Coronation of George III, 22 September 1761; Colonel, Northants. Regiment of Militia, 10 January 1763-18 March 1784; Colonel in the Army during service, 1779. He married, 1istly, 17 January 1757, at Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts, Hester, daughter of John HALL, of Mansfield Woodhouse, by Hester, daughter of Bassidale BROWNSMITH, of London. She died 11 January I 777. He married, 2ndly, 29 January 1778, at the house of Mrs Gwyn, in Little Scotland Yard, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Mary, daughter of John VAUGHAN, of Bristol. She died s.p. 6 June 1796 of cancer in the breast, in Sloane Street, Knightsbridge. He died s.p.m.s., 22 April 1799 at his house in Somerset Street, Portman Square, and was buried at Easton-Maudit, aged 70, when the Earldom of Sussex and the Viscountcy of de Longueville, as also the Baronetcy, became extinct, but the Barony of Grey (of Ruthin) devolved on his grandson and heir general. [CP 12:534-5]
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