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The dictionary of national biography : founded in 1882 by George Smith (Volume 2, Pt.1)

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The dictionary of national biography : founded in 1882 by George Smith (Volume 2, Pt.1)

The dictionary of national biography : founded in 1882 by George Smith (Volume 2, Pt.1)

Fonte : Internet Archive

The dictionary of national biography : founded in 1882 by George Smith (Volume 2, Pt.1)

The dictionary of national biography : founded in 1882 by George Smith (Volume 2, Pt.1)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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it. In London he acquired Chelsea Lodge, where he also worked much.


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on 1 Aug. 1911 at Chelsea Lodge of an affection of the liver. After


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Featherstone Hall, Southail, and to Clarence Lodge, Clapham Park, both private asylums for ladies. From 1 874


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he made his home at Abbey Lodge, Regent's Park, London, a house which he acquired on his marriage in 1845.


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unusual musical talents, died at Abbey Lodge on 13 May


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Piccadilly and Holly Lodge, Highgate, during his life, the duchess left to Angela the reversion of those


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there as well as at Holly Lodge, of which the duke's death also put her in possession, she extended hospitality


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guests at Stratton Street or Holly Lodge.


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a garden city on her Holly Lodge estate, where she built '


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the duke presented him with Cooper-Angus Lodge, Whiting Bay, in the Isle of Arran, which he made his homo when


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was only son of Lodge Raymond, second viscount (1806-1889), by his wife Georgina Frederica (d. 1885), daughter of Peter Fitzgibbon