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  1. Lady Hester Pitt (19 October 1755 – 20 July 1780), who married Viscount Mahon, later the 3rd Earl Stanhope, on 19 December 1774; three children, including the traveler and Arabist Lady Hester Stanhope; John Pitt, 2nd Earl of Chatham (1756–1835), who married The Hon. Mary Townshend; no issue

  2. He was the second son of Richard Grenville and Hester Temple (later the 1st Countess Temple). He was one of five brothers, all of whom became MPs. His sister Hester Grenville married the leading political figure William Pitt. His elder brother was Richard Grenville, later the 2nd Earl Temple.

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  4. Lord Chatham (aka "Pitt the Elder") and William Pitt the Younger; George Grenville and William, Lord Grenville; Brothers. The only brothers to hold the office were Henry Pelham (PM 1743–54) and his older brother and immediate successor Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle (PM 1754–56, 1757–62); both were Whigs. Full cousins

  5. Sir Pitt Crawley (named after the great Commoner) was the son of Walpole Crawley, first Baronet, of the Tape and Sealing-Wax Office in the reign of George II., when he was impeached for peculation, as were a great number of other honest gentlemen of those days; and Walpole Crawley was, as need scarcely be said, son of John Churchill Crawley, named after the celebrated military commander of the ...

  6. 1720: Hester Pitt, Countess of Chatham, britische Adelige 1722: Erhard Andreas Frommann , deutscher evangelischer Geistlicher und Pädagoge 1723: John Byron , englischer Seefahrer, Entdecker und Admiral

  7. Two forms of identification (photographic and address) needed for access Paper and digital copying available depending on terms of deposit National Records of Scotland also operates the ScotlandsPeople family history centre, providing access to digital images and indexes of Scottish census returns and birth, marriage and death records.