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Lords Chesterfield

Lords Chesterfield Lords Chesterfield
Inscription

Here lived Philip, second Earl of Chesterfield, born 1633 : died 1713, also Philip, third Earl and Philip Dorner, fourth Earl of Chesterfield, K.G., born 1694 : died 1773.

Site: Lords Chesterfield (1 memorial)

WC1, Bloomsbury Way, 45

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Lords Chesterfield

Subjects commemorated Information

Philip Dormer Stanhope, fourth Earl of Chesterfield

Born St James's. Died at Chesterfield House Grosvenor Square. Statesman, dip...

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Philip Stanhope, second Earl of Chesterfield

Born St Mary Cray, Kent. Died at his house in Southampton Square.

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