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  1. Edward Henry Lee, 1st Earl of Lichfield (4 February 1663 – 14 July 1716) was an English peer, the son of a baronet, who at 14 years of age married one of the illegitimate daughters of King Charles II, Charlotte Lee, prior to which he was made Earl of Lichfield. They had a large family; Lady Lichfield bore him 18 children.

  2. Edward Henry Lee, 1st Earl of Lichfield was an English peer, the son of a baronet, who at 14 years of age married one of the illegitimate daughters of King Charles II, Charlotte Lee, prior to which he was made Earl of Lichfield. They had a large family; Lady Lichfield bore him 18 children.

  3. The 1st Earl of Lichfield from the Lee family was succeeded by his third but eldest surviving son, George Henry Lee, who became the 2nd Earl and 6th Baronet. He constructed the stately home of Ditchley in Oxfordshire. On his death the titles passed to his son George Henry Lee, the 3rd Earl.

  4. 12 de ago. de 2020 · Son of Sir Francis Henry Lee, 3rd Baronet Of Quarendom and Lady Elizabeth Pope. Husband of Charlotte Lee, Countess of Lichfield. Father of Charlotte Crowe; Edward Lee, Viscount Quarendon; George Lee, 2nd Earl of Lichfield; Elizabeth Lee; Lady Barbara Browne and 4 others.

    • "Édouard Henri Lee"
    • February 04, 1663
  5. Edward Henry Lee, primer conde de Lichfield (4 de febrero de 1663-14 de julio de 1716) fue un par inglés, hijo de un baronet, que a los 14 años se casó con una de las hijas ilegítimas del rey Carlos II, Charlotte Lee, antes de que fue nombrado conde de Lichfield. Tenían una familia numerosa; Lady Lichfield le dio 18 hijos.

  6. When Earl Edward Henry Lee 1st of Lichfield was born on 4 February 1663, in Spelsbury, Oxfordshire, England, his father, Sir Francis Henry Lee 3rd Baronet Of Quarendom, was 24 and his mother, Lady Elizabeth Pope, was 17. He married Lady Charlotte Fitzroy Countess of Lichfield on 6 February 1677, in London, Middlesex, England.

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