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204                      HISTORY OF EAST GRINSTEAD.
Jewel Office. He died on September 21st, 1744, aged 46, and was buried at East Grinstead on September 30th.
The Hon. Mary Nevill, daughter of Lord William by his second marriage with Lady Eebecca Herbert, died July 24th, 1758, aged 22. Buried August 2nd.
Lady Rebecca Nevill, Dowager Lady Abergavenny, widow of Lord William, of Kidbrooke, died September, 1758, aged 54. Buried at East Grinstead, September 22nd.
The Hon. Sophia Nevill, daughter of Lord William, of Kidbrooke, died December 29th, 1758, aged 21. Buried January 4th, 1759.
Mary Rebow, wife of Mr. C. C. Rebow, of Smallfield Place, Burstow, daughter of the Hon. Edward Nevill, younger brother of Lord George, the 11th Baron Abergavenny, died June 26th, 1762, aged 63. Buried July 3.
The Hon. Harriet Nevill, daughter of Lord William, of Kidbrooke, died August 8th, 1762, aged 28. Buried August 14th.
Hannah Nevill, wTidow of Commodore Edward Nevill and mother of Lord William, of Kidbrooke, died March 25th, 1764, aged 96, having survived her husband by no less than 63 j'ears. Buried April 2nd.
Henrietta Nevill, wife of George, 1st Earl and 15th Baron of Abergavenny. She was a daughter of Thomas Pelham, of Stanmer, and sister of the first Earl of Chichester. She died August 29th, 1768, aged 38, and was buried on September 8th.
George Nevill, 1st Earl and 15th Baron Abergavenny, the only son of William, 14th Baron, by his marriage with Catherine, widow of Lord Edward, 13th Baron. This nobleman was Lord Lieutenant of Sussex and was raised to the dignity of an Earldom on May 17th, 1784. Died September 10th, 1785, aged 58. Buried September 18th.
Lord Henry George, Viscount Nevill, eldest son of Henry, 2nd Earl and 16th Baron of Abergavenny, died April 8th, 1806, aged 21. Buried April 20th.
The Hon. and Rev. William Nevill, son of William, 14th Baron, by his second wife, daughter of the Earl of Pembroke. Rector of Bishopston, Wilts, and Burghley, Hants. Died July 22nd, 1810, aged 69. Buried July 30th.
The Hon. Catherine Nevill, only daughter of Lord William, of Kidbrooke, by his first marriage with his cousin's widow. She was Maid of Honour to Queen Charlotte, Consort of George III., and died unmarried on January 19th, 1820, aged 92. Buried January 27th.
The Rev. George Henry Nevill, Rector of Chiltington, Sussex, eldest son of the Hon. George Henry Nevill, by his marriage with Caroline, daughter of the Hon. R. Walpole, M.P. for Yarmouth, died September 20th, 1825, aged 33. Buried September 27th.
Capt. Lord Ralph, Viscount Nevill, R.N., second son of Henry, 2nd Earl and 16th Baron of Abergavenny, died May 20th, 1826, aged 39. Buried May 29th.
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