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George 
Villiers
1628 - 1687


George 
Villiers
, Lord of the Bedchamber and Master of the Horse (1660). He died without an heir. He built Cliveden House, Aylesbury, Bucks. for a picture see .
  • Dryden summed him up as Zimri (in Absalom and Achitophel)
    A man so various, that he seemed to be
    Not one, but all mankind's epitome.
    Stiff in opinion, lways in the wrong
    Was everything by turns, and nothing long.
    But in the space of one revolving moon,
    Was chymist, fiddler, statesman and buffoon.

  • Born: Wallingford House, Whitehall, London, , , England 30th Jan 1628 Baptised:
    Died: Kirkby Moorside, Yorkshire, England 16th Apr 1687 Buried: King Henry VII Chapel, Westminst, London, , , England
    Family:
    Villiers

    Titles:

    Ancestors
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    1.
    George 
    Villiers
    (
    Fairfax
    ) 1628 - 1687
    2.
    George 
    Villiers
    (
    Manners
    ) 1592 - 1628
    4.
    Sir George 
    Villiers
    (
    Saunders
    ,
    Beaumont
    ) 1544 - 1605
    5.
    Mary 
    Beaumont
    (
    Villiers
    ) + 1632
    3.
    Catherine 
    Manners
    (
    Villiers
    ) c. 1597 - 1649
    6.
    7.
    Frances 
    Knyvett
    (
    Manners
    )

    Siblings


    1.
    Francis 
    Villiers
    ante 1628 - c. 1648
    2.
    F/? 
    Villiers
    * ante 1628

    Spouses



    1. Bolton Percy, Yorks., , England 15th Sep 1657
    Mary (Moll) 
    Fairfax
    (
    Villiers
    ) 1638 - 1704

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    Timeline


    ???
    George 
    Villiers
    (
    Fairfax
    ) 1628 - 1687 inherited the title
    Buckingham
      [D] 1623-1687
    ???Buried London, England
    30th Jan 1628Born London, England
    15th Sep 1657Married
    Mary (Moll) 
    Fairfax
    (
    Villiers
    ) 1638 - 1704 Bolton Percy, Yorks., England
    16th Apr 1687Died Kirkby Moorside, Yorkshire, England
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