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the Treasury with loans. The seventh Baronet, who served as high sheriff of Worcestershire in 1901, assumed in 1905 by Royal licence the surname of Grey
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England. It was created on 20 December 1626 for Edward Sebright, High Sheriff of Worcestershire who later fought as a Royalist in the Civil War. He was the
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Richard, the ninth Baronet (who succeeded his father), was High Sheriff of Worcestershire in 1931, a Deputy Lieutenant of the county and a member of the
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Livery Company, The Worshipful Company of Needle Makers, and was High Sheriff of Worcestershire. He was known as the Colonel. H.T Milward, justice of the peace
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Peace for Worcestershire in 1929. In 1931 he held the office of High Sheriff of Worcestershire. In 1912 he married Marion Dorothea Innes-Cross who was the
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1543, who at that date was a Justice of the Peace and former High Sheriff of Worcestershire. Acton directed in his will that his body should be buried in
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Elizabeth daughter of Richard Dowdeswell, MP for Tewkesbury and High Sheriff of Worcestershire. John's mother was Elizabeth Northleigh, daughter of Henry Northleigh