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date: 21 February 2020

Villiers, George William Frederick, fourth earl of Clarendonlocked

(1800–1870)
  • David Steele

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Villiers, George William Frederick, fourth earl of Clarendon (1800–1870), politician, was born in Upper Grosvenor Street, London, on 26 January 1800, the eldest son of George Villiers (1759–1827), third son of the first earl, and his wife, Theresa (1775–1856), daughter of John Parker, ...

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