Edward Lloyd Richard, Mary Coke, Peter Taylor, Clementia Taylor, and 1 other in London

Aubrey House stands on the site of Kensington Wells an early 18th century spa. Former residents include Sir Edward Lloyd Richard, 1st Earl Grosvenor, Lady Mary Coke, diarist, Peter and Clementia Taylor, philanthropists, William Cleverly Alexander, art lover

Richard Grosvenor, 1st Earl Grosvenor (18 June 1731 – 5 August 1802), known as Sir Richard Grosvenor, Bt between 1755 and 1761 and as The Lord Grosvenor between 1761 and 1784, was a British peer, racehorse owner and art collector. He was created Baron Grosvenor in 1761 and in 1784 became both Viscount Belgrave and Earl Grosvenor.

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Lady Mary Coke (6 February 1727, either at Sudbrook, Ham, Surrey, or at 27 Bruton Street, London – 30 September 1811, Morton House, Chiswick) was an English letter writer and noblewoman.

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Peter Alfred Taylor (30 July 1819 – 20 December 1891) was a British politician and radical.He was the son of another Peter Alfred Taylor, a silk merchant, and the nephew of Samuel Courtauld. He was educated at a school in Hove, Sussex, run by J. P. Malleson, his cousin and the Unitarian minister for Brighton. Here he met Clementia Doughty, whom he married in 1842.In the late 1830s he joined the family company of Samuel Courtauld & Co, later becoming a partner. The wealth from the company was what allowed him to develop and fund his radical interests, something which he conducted in concert with his wife.

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