27 de nov. de 2023 · John Leveson-Gower, 1st Earl Gower PC wurde geboren am 10. August 1694 in Stittenham, North Yorkshire, England, Großbritannien. Er heiratete am 16. Mai 1736 mit Evelyn Pierrepont , sie bekamen 11 Kinder. Er ist verstorben am 25. Dezember 1754 in England.
29 de nov. de 2023 · Lady Margaret Tufton (16 June 1700 – 28 February 1775), married on 3 July 1718 Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester Lady Mary Tufton (d. 12 February 1785), married first Anthony Grey, Earl of Harold (d. 1723), second on 16 May 1736 John Leveson-Gower, 1st Earl Gower
28 de nov. de 2023 · In 1733 Lady Newhaven's brother-in-law, John Leveson-Gower, second Baron, and later first Earl Gower, took the house, probably on the occasion of his second marriage. His second wife died shortly afterwards and he married a third time in 1736, leaving the house in Lisle Street in that year.
27 de nov. de 2023 · In 1731 Grace and Jane's son John Leveson-Gower, created Earl Gower, conveyed the manor to Sir Thomas Clarges (d. 1759). (fn. 60) Clarges's grandson Sir Thomas (d. 1783) was awarded 752 a. at inclosure in 1777, (fn. 61) and another Sir Thomas (d. 1834) had 1,955 a. in Sutton in 1823.
27 de nov. de 2023 · Sir John Gresham, 6th bt., 1776–1801: his son-in-law, William Leveson-Gower, grandson of 1st Earl Gower, 1806–52. Gabriel Goldney, M.P., bank director, later 1st bt., 1868–80. Joseph J. E. Senior, 1886–1906.
27 de nov. de 2023 · John Leveson-Gower wurde geboren am 28. November 1712, Sohn von John Leveson-Gower, 1st Earl Gower PC und Evelyn Pierrepont. Er ist verstorben am 15. Juli 1723. Diese Informationen sind Teil von Real black history and black original man- BC4000 - family tree over 360,000 persons von Dr Wilton McDonald bei Genealogie Online .
27 de nov. de 2023 · Sir John Leveson-Gower was advised not to lease the minerals again, because of the tenant's inclination to exhaust them before his lease expired, and they remained in hand 1695–1715. Between 1715 and 1764 they were leased to a succession of tenants, all of whom failed to make them pay, (fn. 157) although some iron ore from ...