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Gray, Sir James, second baronetlocked

(c. 1708–1773)
  • L. H. Cust
  • , revised by S. J. Skedd


Gray, Sir James, second baronet (c. 1708–1773), diplomatist and antiquary, was the elder son of James Gray (d. 1722), a courtier, who was created first baronet on 5 March 1707 by Queen Anne, and his wife, Hester Dodd (c.1684–1781). The snobbish ...

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