George Cappell-Coningsby, 5th Earl of Essex

Born: 13 November 1757 in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Died: 23 April 1839
Succeeded the 4th Earl on 5 March 1799.

His name was legally changed to George Capell-Coningsby on inheriting the estates of his great-aunt, Countess of Coningsy
Works of Art: 0
Books: 1
Archives: 9
Britton, John   The History And Description, With Graphic Illustrations, Of Cassiobury Park, Hertfordshire: The Seat Of The Earl Of Essex. - By John Britton, F.S.A. Honorary Member Of The Institute Of British Architects, And Of Other English And Foreign Societies; Author Of The Architectural And Cathedral Antiquities, Etc. - London: [1837]   
FAR/2/29    Essex, Cassiobury, to the Secretary of the Royal Academy    16 Apr 1813    Item   
FAR/2/25    Lord Essex, Stanhope St., to the President and Council    19 Apr 1814    Item   
LAW/5/429    Essex, Belgrave Sq., to [Keightley]    15 Jan 1830    Item   
LAW/5/304    Essex, Belgrave Sq., to [Thomas Lawrence]    3 Jul 1829    Item   
LAW/4/248    P. Kemble, Cashiobury, to Sir Thomas Lawrence    22 Sep 1824    Item   
LAW/3/323    Essex, Cassiobury, to [Thomas Lawrence]    21 Oct 1821    Item   
LAW/1/33    Viscount Malden, Hampton Court, to Thomas Lawrence    6 Aug 1790    Item   
LAW/1/32    [draft] [Thomas Lawrence] to [Viscount Malden]    [Jul 1790]    Item   
LAW/1/31    Viscount Malden, Hampton Court, to Thomas Lawrence, Jermyn Street    26 Jul 1790    Item