Charlotte, Lady Williams-Wynn ( née Grenville; c. 1754 – 29 September 1830), was a British aristocrat. Williams-Wynn was born in Llanforda, Oswestry. She was the eldest child of the Prime Minister George Grenville and his wife, the former Elizabeth Wyndham, daughter of the Tory statesman Sir William Wyndham, 3rd Baronet.
Charlotte Williams-Wynn may refer to: Charlotte Williams-Wynn (aristocrat) (1754–1830), British aristocrat, daughter of Prime Minister George Grenville Charlotte Williams-Wynn (diarist) (1807–1869), her granddaughter, British letter-writer and diarist This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name.
Charlotte, Lady Williams-Wynn (née Grenville; c. 1754 – 29 September 1830), was a British aristocrat.
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Lady Williams-Wynn was a first cousin of Prime Minister William Pitt through her paternal aunt Hester Grenville, who married William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham. Her mother and father died in 1769 and 1770 respectively, and guardianship of their daughter Charlotte was assumed by George's elder brother, Richard Grenville-Temple, 2nd Earl Temple.
Daniel Gardner, Charlotte, Lady Watkin Williams-Wynn, c. 1775. Galería Nacional de Arte , Washington, Fondo Ailsa Mellon Bruce . Tras la muerte de su esposo, Lady Williams-Wynn se convirtió en la única administradora de sus propiedades galesas bajo los términos de su testamento, y funcionó como tal hasta que su hijo mayor alcanzó la mayoría de edad .