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date: 18 May 2021

Grey, Charles, second Earl Greylocked

(1764–1845)
  • E. A. Smith

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Grey, Charles, second Earl Grey (1764–1845), prime minister, was born at Fallodon, Northumberland, on 13 March 1764, the second but eldest surviving son of General Sir Charles Grey KB (1729–1807) and his wife, Elizabeth (1743/4–1822), daughter of George Grey of Southwick, co. Durham...

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