Papers of Charles Robert, 5th Earl Grey, 1904-1941


Papers of Charles Robert, 5th Earl Grey, 1904-1941

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Holford, Robert Stayner, 1808-1892 (person)

Grey, Alice, d. 1944 (person)

Grey, Albert Henry George Grey, Earl, 1851-1917 (person)

Eton College (corporateBody)

Great Britain. Army (corporateBody)

Whitmore was govenor of Cape Breton Island and the Island of St. John (Prince Edward Island). From the description of Receipt for wages paid for labor in the Cape Breton colliery : manuscript, 1760. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612812416 Administrative history unavailable. The University of Victoria Libraries Special Collections has a mandate to acquire military papers. From the description of Great Britain Army collection. [1800-1941]. (University o...

Grey, Mabel, Lady, 1884-1958 (person)

Milner, Alfred Milner, Viscount, 1854-1925 (person)

British statesman and administrator in South Africa, 1897-1905, and member of the cabinet, 1916-1919. From the description of Papers, 1886-1918. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 20030179 ...

Trinity College (University of Cambridge) (corporateBody)

Grey, Charles Robert, Earl, 1879-1963 (person)

Church of England. Central Board of Finance (corporateBody)

Selborne, William Waldegrave Palmer, Earl of, 1859-1942 (person)

Church of England. House of Laity (corporateBody)

Charles Robert, 5th Earl Grey, 1879-1963 (person)

Charles Robert Grey was born in 1879, the only son of Albert, 4th Earl Grey, and his wife, Alice, daughter of Robert Herford, of Westonbirt. Educated at Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge, Grey briefly served in the army before his employment as assistant private secretary to Lord Milner, High Commissioner for South Africa, in 1904. In 1906, he married Lady Mabel Palmer, only daughter of Lord Selborne. After unsuccessfully standing for Parliament in the Unionist interest in Bradford during the ...

Church of England (corporateBody)

According to the Canons of 1604, XLIX-LII, of the Church of England, only those persons whose faith and learning are known to their bishop are licensed to preach. Such is the case because the Anglican bishop has pastoral charge of his entire diocese, and the ministers of that diocese, and the ministers of that diocese are considered to be his assistants. From the description of Church of England licensing document, 1886. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122406060 The major mis...