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  1. Francis Godolphin, 2.º Conde de Godolphin (3 de setembro de 1678 — 17 de janeiro de 1766), estilizado Visconde Rialton entre 1706 e 1712, foi um político britânico. Ele era filho de Sidney Godolphin, 1.º Conde de Godolphin. Casou-se com Lady Henrietta Churchill, a filha mais velha de John Churchill, 1.º Duque de Marlborough e ...

  2. Francis Godolphin, 2nd Earl of Godolphin, PC (3 September 1678 – 17 January 1766), styled Viscount Rialton from 1706 to 1712, was an English courtier and politician who sat in the English and British House of Commons between 1695 and 1712, when he succeeded to the peerage as Earl of Godolphin.

  3. Francis Godolphin, 2.º Conde de Godolphin (3 de setembro de 1678 — 17 de janeiro de 1766), estilizado Visconde Rialton entre 1706 e 1712, foi um político britânico. Francis Godolphin, 2.º Conde de Godolphin, pintura de Sir Godfrey Kneller .

  4. By this his cousin and namesake, Francis Godolphin, succeeded as 2nd Baron Godolphin of Helston. Godolphins will made the 2nd baron the principal heir of his Cornish lands and his sole executor, but also laid out a daunting profusion of gifts to a large circle of servants, family members and friends.

  5. Francisco Godolphin: Nascimento: 3 de setembro de 1678 ( ) Whitehall, Londres: Morte: 17 de janeiro de 1766 ( ) (87 anos) Londres, Reino Unido; Local de enterro: Kensington: Gênero: Godolphins: Pai: Sydney Godolphin: Mãe: Margaret Blagge: Cônjuge: Lady Herietta Churchill, Condessa de Marlborough: Crianças: William, Henry, Margaret ...

  6. GODOLPHIN, Francis (1605-1667), of Godolphin, Breage, Cornw. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1604-1629 , ed. Andrew Thrush and John P. Ferris, 2010 Available from Cambridge University Press

  7. Francis Godolphin, 2nd Baron Godolphin (2 November 1706 – 25 May 1785) was a British politician and peer. Life and career. He was the eldest surviving son of Henry Godolphin, provost of Eton and Dean of St Paul's, and was educated at Eton College (1718–1721) and Queen’s College, Oxford (1723).