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THE ABERGAVENNY FAMILY AND KIDBROOKE. 205
The Hon. Lady Henrietta Nevill, second daughter of Henry, Earl of Abergavenny, died July 28th, 1827, aged 39. Buried August 6th.
Mary Ann Bruce, Viscountess Nevill, daughter of Mr. Bruce Elcock, widow of Capt. Viscount Nevill, R.N., second son of the 2nd Earl Abergavenny, died June 6th, 1828, aged 32. Buried June 16th.
The Rev. Henry Walpole Nevill, second son of the Hon. George Henry Nevill. He married a daughter of Sir Edmund Bacon, and she being left early a widow, married Col. Sir Hambleton Francis Custance, K.C.B. Died March 3rd, 1837, aged 33. Buried March 10th.
Caroline, wife of the Hon. George Henry Nevill, of Flower Place, Godstone, second son of the 1st Earl Abergavenny, died December 21st, 1841, aged 76. Buried December 28th.
The Rt. Hon. Henry Nevill, 2nd Earl of Abergavenny, Viscount Nevill, 16th Baron of Abergavenny, K.T., died March 27th, 1843, aged 88. Buried April 4th.
The Hon. George Henry Nevill, of Flower Place, Godstone, second son of George, 1st Earl of Abergavenny, died August 7th, 1844, aged 84. Buried August 15th.
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