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  1. Grosvenor was the commander of C Squadron, 1st Life Guards, and was killed in action, aged thirty, during World War I. Lord Hugh's unit deployed at Zandvoorde and participated in the First Battle of Ypres. In an exposed position for six days they held the shallow trench in front of Zandvoorde on the forward slope.

  2. Lord Hugo Guillermo Grosvenor ( 6 de abril de 1884 - 30 de octubre de 1914 ), quien se casó con Lady Mabel Florencia, la hija de John Crichton, cuarto conde Erne,y padre de Gerardo Grosvenor, 4.º duque de Westminster y Robert Grosvenor, 5.º duque de Westminster. Lo mataron en la Primera Guerra Mundial.

  3. 12/05/2022 · To the glory of God and to the memory of Hugh Lupus, 1st Duke of Westminster, K.G. Lord Lieutenant of the county of London and Lord High Steward of the City of Westminster, these windows are dedicated by many friends who loved the man and revered his character. Born 13th October 1825, died 22nd December 1899

  4. › lord_hugh_grosvenorLord Hugh Grosvenor

    Hijos de Lord y Lady Hugh Grosvenor: Gerald Hugh Grosvenor (1907–1967), más tarde cuarto duque de Westminster ; Robert George Grosvenor (1910–1979), más tarde quinto duque de Westminster ; Polo . Fue uno de varios jugadores de polo británicos que murieron en la Primera Guerra Mundial.

  5. GROSVENOR, LORD HUGH WILLIAM. Rank: Captain. Date of Death: 30/10/1914. Age: 30. Regiment/Service: 1st Life Guards. Panel Reference: Panel 3. Memorial: YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL. Additional Information: Son of the 1st Duke of Westminster and Katharine Duchess of Westminster; husband of Lady Hugh Grosvenor (now Lady Mabel Hamilton Stubber), of ...

    • April 06, 1884
    • October 30, 1914 (30) (WW1 Casualty)
    • London, Middlesex, England UK
    • Ypres, West Flanders, Flanders, Belgium
  6. Captain Lord Hugh William Grosvenor was the son of Hugh Grosvenor 1st Duke of Westminster and his second wife formerly The Hon. Katherine Cavendish. Grosvenor was the commander of C Squadron 1st Life Guards and was killed in action aged thirty during World War I. Read full biography Is Lord Hugh Grosvenor still alive?