Note: BARONY OF GREY OF RUTHIN
XIX.19. HENRY EDWARD (GOULD, afterwards YELVERTON), LORD GREY, grandson and heir, being 1st son of Edward Thoroton. GOULD, of Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts, Colonel in the Notts
Militia (died 15 February 1830), by his 1st wife, Barbara, only daughter and heir of Henry, the last EARL OF SUSSEX,, which Lady Barbara GOULD (born YELVERTON), who was born 19 June 1760, died v.p., 8 April 1781, and was buried at Mansfield Woodhouse. He was born 8 September 1780, at Mansfield Woodhouse; took, by Royal licence, 21 February 1800, the name of Yelverton in lieu of that of Gould; took his seat in the House 1 April 1802. A Whig.He married, 21 June 1809, at Wolston-cum-Brandon, co. Warwick, Anna Maria, daughter of William KELHAM, of Ryton-on-Dunsmore, co. Warwick, farmer.He died s.p.m., of hemorrhage, at Brandon House, near Coventry, 29 October, and was buried 7 November 1810, aged 30, at Wolston. His widow, who was born 10 August and baptized 2 September 1792, at Ryton-on-Dunsmore, married, 18 January 1820 , at St. Michael's, Coventry, the Hon. and Rev. William EDEN, Rector of Bishopsbourne, Kent, who died4 May 1859, aged 66.She died at Eythorne House, near Dovcr, 23, and was buried 30 October 1875 (with her 2nd husband), aged 83, at Bekesbourne, Kent. [CP 6:163]
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