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  1. Sir Edward Villiers (April 1620 – July 1689) was an English Royalist soldier and courtier. Part of the powerful Villiers family, he was a friend of Edward Hyde, chief advisor to Charles I and Charles II from 1641 to 1668. He fought for the Royalists in the First English Civil War and went into exile from 1649 until 1652 when he ...

  2. Edward Villiers († 1693), eldest son of George Villiers, 4th Viscount Grandison and his wife Mary, daughter of Francis Leigh, 1st Earl of Chichester. In 1677, he married the heiress Katherine FitzGerald, through whom he gained substantial property in County Waterford. He adopted the surname FitzGerald-Villiers to reflect

  3. Sir Edward Villiers (c. 1585 – 7 September 1626) was an English nobleman from Leicestershire and member of the Villiers family, whose younger half-brother George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, was a favourite of both James VI and I and his son Charles.

  4. Há 4 dias · Edward Villiers and Family. Sir Edward Villiers was baptised in the Abbey on 15th April 1620, son of Sir Edward Villiers (died 1626) half brother to George 1st Duke of Buckingham, and his wife Barbara, daughter of Sir John St John of Lydiard Tregoz in Wiltshire. Barbara was buried 16th September 1672 in the north ambulatory near St Paul's chapel

  5. 28 de jul. de 2023 · Sir Edward Villiers (1620 – 2 July 1689), the fourth son of Sir Edward Villiers and Barbara St. John, half-nephew to George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham. Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon, considered him to be a man of "dilligence and dexterity" and referred to him as "honest Ned".

  6. Sir Edward Villiers (c.1574–1626), father of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Viscounts Grandison and ancestor of the Dukes of Cleveland, Southampton, Grafton and Northumberland and the Earls of Grandison, Jersey and Clarendon. Master of the Mint. Sir William Villiers of Brooksby, 1st Baronet (c. 1575-1629)

  7. Through his influence, Sir Edward gained various positions, including Master of the Mint, Member of Parliament for Westminster and Lord President of Munster. He died in Ireland in September 1626.