Authorised form of nameGreville; George (1746 - 1816); 2nd Earl Brooke of Warwick Castle and Earl of Warwick
Dates1746 - 1816
Date of birth16 September 1746
Date of death02 May 1816
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election17/12/1767
Bulloch's Roll
He was the eldest son of Francis Greville, created Earl Brooke (1746) and Earl of Warwick (1759), who died 1773. So George Greville was initially known by the highest of his father's lesser titles, Baron Brooke, and it was as holder of this courtesy title that he was elected to the Society.
Royal Society codeNA4373
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/5/309Letter, 'Of a thunderstorm near Aix en Provence and of the rainfall there in April 1771' from George Greville to the Royal Society31 March 1772
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