Lady Elizaberh Greenly with her father William Greenly. Between 1784 - 1838, Elizabeth kept a diary; The Greenly Diaries. Please click for an extract. Elizabeth was acquainted with Lord Byron and Marie Antoinette. She also moved in the close circle of King George III and his family.
Much of the material on Lady Elizabeth Greenly is from the research of Helen Forder for which we are very appreciative.
On Tuesday 16 February 1802, Captain Mathew Flinders, sailed His Majesty's ship, The Investigator, and discovered South Australia. He named an Island, lakes, bays and mountains after Lady Elizabeth Greenly, wife of Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin Greenly. This Admiral was one of the six Admirals who carried a black canopy over the coffin of Lord Nelson as it sailed up the Thames from Royal Grenwich to St. Pauls Cathedral in January 1806.
Nelson died at the Battle of Trafalgar in October 1805. The Reverend John Greenly (see Nelson Stamp below) was also at the Battle of Trafalgar and served on HMS Revenge.
The Stagg Inn, Titley. In the 19th Century, the Stagg Inn as it now is, was part of the Titley Court estate and was used to process the local Herefordshire cattle. Greenly's also processed Herefordshire cattle in London.
GREENLY, Philip - citizen & butcher of London, 4 Oct 1625.
to my wife Alice GREENLY lease of my dwelling house in St. Nicholas Shambles, Christchurch, London, & my slaughterhouse in Pincocke Lane, London; to my son John GREENLY my house & lands in Staunton on Arrow but to allow my wife to live there too; to my son Philip GREENLY his brother £200;
If you're looking to visit Titley then this is place to stay and eat; they even have a Greenly Suite!
Hargreaves, (Charles) Roger (1935–1988), copywriter and children's author, was born on 9 May
1935 worked for Greenlys Advertising Agency.
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