GEORGE , 4th
See also:Waldegrave (1751-1789), the eldest son of the 3rd earl, was a soldier and a member of parliament . His SOnS, GEORGE (1784-1794) and
See also:JAMES (1785-1835), Were the 5th and 6th earls . In 1797 the 6th earl inherited from Horace Walpole his famous residence,
See also:Twickenham, but his son, GEORGE
See also:EDWARD, the 7th earl (1816-1846), was obliged in 1842 to sell the valuable treasures collected there . His wife, Frances, Countess Waldegrave (1821-1879), a daughter of the
See also:singer John
See also:Braham, was a prominent figure in society . He was her second
See also:husband, and after his
See also:death she married George Granville Vernon
See also:Harcourt of Nuneham
See also:shire, and later
See also:Chichester Fortescue, Baron Carlingford . The 7th earl was succeeded by his
See also:William (1788-1859), a son of the 4th earl, and in 1859 William's
See also:grandson, WILLIAM
See also:FREDERICK (b . 1851), became the 9th earl .
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