George Grenville (14 October 1712 – 13 November 1770) was a British Whig statesman who rose to the position of Prime Minister of Great Britain. Grenville was born into an influential political family and first entered Parliament in 1741 as an MP for Buckingham. He emerged as one of Cobham's Cubs, a group of young MPs associated with Lord Cobham.
George Nugent-Temple-Grenville, 1st Marquess of Buckingham KG, KP, PC, (17 June 1753 – 11 February 1813), known as The Earl Temple between 1779 and 1784, was a British statesman.
Richard Grenville-Temple, 2nd Earl Temple KG, PC (26 September 1711 – 12 September 1779) was a British politician. He is best known for his association with his brother-in-law William Pitt who he served with in government during Britain's participation in the Seven Years War between 1756 and 1761. He resigned along with Pitt in protest at the cabinet's failure to declare war on Spain.
Hester Pitt, Countess of Chatham (8 November 1720 – 9 April 1803), 1st Baroness Chatham in her own right, was the wife of William Pitt (the Elder), 1st Earl of Chatham, who was Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1766 to 1768. and sister of George Grenville, who was Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1763 to 1765. She was also a niece of the noted Whig politician Richard Temple, 1st Viscount Cobham, who had served as William Pitt's mentor.
Charlotte Williams-Wynn (née Grenville; c. 1754 – 29 September 1830) was a British aristocrat.
Sir Bevil Grenville or Granville (died 1706) was an English soldier, governor of Barbados.
Richard Grenville (1678–1727) was a British politician who sat as Member of Parliament for Buckingham and Wendover.
James Grenville (12 February 1715 – 14 September 1783) was a British politician.
James Grenville, 1st Baron Glastonbury, PC (6 July 1742 – 26 April 1825) was a United Kingdom politician, who was a member of both houses of Parliament during his career.
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