Birth: 28 November 1803
Place or Registered Place of Birth: Wilbury House, Wiltshire
Baptism: Not Known
Place of Baptism: Not Known
Death: 17 April 1870
Place or Registered Place of Death: Bridgwater House, St James Park, Westminster, London, Middlesex
Father: Captain Charles Greville (1762-1832)
Mother: Charlotte Cavendish-Bentinck (1775-1862)
Spouse(s): Francis Egerton
Date of Marriage: 18 June 1822
Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. George's, Hanover Square, London, Middlesex
George Granville Francis Egerton, 2nd Earl of Ellesmere (1823-1862)
Admiral Francis Egerton (1824-1895)
Algernon Fulke Egerton (1825-1891)
Alice Harriet Frederica Egerton (1827-1928)
Arthur Frederick Egerton (1829-1866)
Blanche Egerton (1832-1894)
Granville Egerton (1834-1851)
Captain Charles Greville, the son of Fulke Greville (1720c-) and Frances Macartney (1724c-1789), was born at Wilbury in Wiltshire on 2 November 1762. Charles died at Shepperton in Middlesex on 26 September 1832, aged 57.
Charlotte Cavendish-Bentinck, the daughter of William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck (1738-1809) and Dorothy Cavendish (1750-1794), was born at Welbeck Abbey in Nottinghamshire on 3 October 1775 and was baptised at St James', Westminster, London in Middlesex on 30 October of that year. Charlotte died at Hatchford Park in Surrey on 28 July 1862, aged 86.
Captain Charles Greville and Charlotte Cavendish-Bentinck were married at Welbeck Abbey in Nottinghamshire on 31 March 1793.
Fulke Greville wrote the book Maxims and Characters. He lived at Wilbury, Wiltshire, England.
The Gentleman's Magazine - November 1832
Charles Greville, Esq.
Sept. 26. At Shepperton, Middlesex, aged 57, Charles Greville, Esq. Comptroller of Cash in the Excise, Receiver-general of Taxes in Nottinghamshire; and Secretary of the Island of Tobago, brother-in-law to the Duke of Portland; and Lord Crewe; father-in-law of Lord Frances Leveson Gower, and uncle to Lady Comberbere.
He was the fourth and youngest son of Fulke Greville, Esq. a grandson of Fulke fifth Lord Brooke, by Frances, third daughter and coheiress of James Macartney, Esq. He married, March 31, 1793 Lady Charlotte Bentinck, eldest daughter of William-Henry-Cavendish third Duke of Portland, and by her ladyship, who survives him, had issue three sons and one daughter: 1. Charles Cavendish-Fulke Greville, Esq. a clerk of the Privy Council, and late a Lord of Trade and Plantations; 2. Algernon-Frederick Greville, Esq. who married in 1823, Charlotte-Maria, daughter of Richard Henry Cox, Esq. and has issue; 3. Henry-William ; and 4. Harriet-Catherine, married in 1822 to Lord Francis Leveson Gower, and has several children.
The Gentleman's Magazine - September 1862
July 28. At Hatchford-park, Surrey (the seat of her daughter, the Dowager Countess of Ellesmere),aged 86, Lady Charlotte Greville. She was born October 3,1775, was the eldest dau. of William Henry Cavendish, third Duke of Portland, and consequently aunt of the present Duke, Lord Henry Bentinck, Lady Howard de Walden, and Lady Charlotte Denison. Her ladyship married March 31, 1793, Mr. Charles Greville, youngest son of Mr. Fulke Greville, a collateral member of the noble house of Warwick, by whom, who died in August 1832, she leaves three sons and a daughter; namely, Mr. Charles Greville, late Clerk of the Privy Council; Mr. Algernon Greville, Bath King-at-Arms, and formerly private secretary to the Duke of Wellington; Mr. Henry Greville, a Gentleman-Usher to the Queen; and the Dowager Countess of Ellesmere.
The children of Captain Charles Greville and Charlotte Cavendish-Bentinck were:
Charles Cavendish Fulke Greville (1794-1865)
Algernon Frederick Greville (1798-1864)
Henry William Greville (1801-1872)
Harriet Catherine Greville (1803-1870)
Harriet Catherine Greville