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  1. Hester Pitt, Countess of Chatham (née Grenville; 8 November 1720 – 9 April 1803) was the wife of William Pitt (the Elder), 1st Earl of Chatham, who was Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1766 to 1768.

  2. Hester Pitt (née Granville), Countess of Chatham (1720-1803) William Hoare produced portraits in both oil and pastel. He was based in Bath and it was there he achieved most success. He studied in London in the 1720s and in 1728 travelled to Italy, where he remained for about a decade. There he made contact with Grand Tourists and established ...

  3. On 4 December 1761, she was created Baroness Chatham, of Chatham, in the County of Kent, with remainder to her sons by William Pitt. He was later created Earl of Chatham in 1766. Titles from birth to death. 8 November 1720 – 13 September 1749: Miss Hester Grenville; 13 September 1749 – 18 October 1749: The Honourable Hester Grenville

  4. Hester Pitt, Countess of Chatham (née Grenville; 8 November 1720 – 9 April 1803) was the wife of William Pitt (the Elder), 1st Earl of Chatham, who was Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1766 to 1768.The sister of George Grenville, who was Prime Minister from 1763 to 1765, she was also the moth

  5. 04/08/2022 · Sie war das sechste und jüngste Kind und die einzige Tochter von Richard Grenville und Hester Temple, 1. Countess Temple. Einer ihrer Brüder war George Grenville (1712–1770), der von 1763 bis 1765 britischer Premierminister war. Am 16. Oktober 1754 heiratete sie in London den Whig-Politiker ...

  6. Hester Pitt, Countess of Chatham (née Grenville; 8 November 1720 – 9 April 1803) was the wife of William Pitt (the Elder), 1st Earl of Chatham, who was Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1766 to 1768.The sister of George Grenville, who was Prime Minister from 1763 to 1765, she was also the mother of Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger and a niece of the noted Whig politician Richard ...

  7. On 4 December 1761, she was created Baroness Chatham, of Chatham, in the County of Kent, with remainder to her sons by William Pitt. He was later created Earl of Chatham in 1766. Titles from birth to death. 8 November 1720 – 13 September 1749: Miss Hester Grenville; 13 September 1749 – 18 October 1749: The Honourable Hester Grenville