Lady Georgiana Beauclerk, was the 8th child and 5th daughter of William Beauclerk, 8th Duke of St. Albans, and his second wife, Maria Janetta Nelthorpe and was born in September 1809 at Wentworth, Yorkshire. She was a great-great-great-grandchild of King Charles II by Charles's mistress Nell Gwyn.
She married on 10 February 1829 at the Parish of St George's, Hanover Square, London, Sir Montague John Cholmeley, later 2nd Baronet of Easton Hall, Lincolnshire, Member of Parliament (born 5 August 1802, died 18 January 1874) and they had three children;
Montagu Aubrey Cholmeley, born 29 April 1830, died 12 March 1844 at Eton College;
Flora Elizabeth Caroline Cholmeley, married 14 July 1853, Henry Hussey Vivian, Esq, of Loughton and Singleton, Swansea, MP; she died 25 January 1868 having had issue;
Sir Hugh Arthur Henry Cholmeley, born 18 October 1839, succeeded his father as 3rd Baronet, died 14 February 1904, married 12 August 1874, Edith Sophia Rowley, and had issue
Lady Georgiana, died on 8 January 1880 at Easton Hall, Lincolnshire, aged 70. Admininstration of her personal estate, valued at under £2,000 was granted on 10 March 1880 to her surviving son, Sir Hugh Arthur Henry Cholmeley, of Easton Hall, Baronet.
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