Person    | Male  Born 26/9/1695  Died 6/3/1754

Henry Pelham

Prime Minister.
Born London. Died in the house he had had built in 1740-3, now 22 Arlington Street. We think this is probably the house with the plaque overlooking Green Park.

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Henry Pelham

English Heritage Henry Pelham, c 1695 - 1754, Prime Minister, lived here.

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