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Bank of England


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www.philipmould.com

Frances, Lady Neave, was the wife of Sir Richard Neave, 1st Baronet (1731-1814),a director of the Bank of England for forty-eight years before being made deputy governor in 1781, and then subsequently Governor in 1783.
On 13th May 1795 Neave was created a 1st Baronet of Dagenham Park, Essex.


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Frances, Lady Neave, was the wife of Sir Richard Neave, 1st Baronet (1731-1814),a director of the Bank of England for forty-eight years before being made deputy governor in 1781, and then subsequently Governor in 1783.
On 13th May 1795 Neave was created a 1st Baronet of Dagenham Park, Essex.


www.yellowadvertiser-today.co.uk

Richard Neave, a former Governor of the Bank of England and High Sheriff of Essex, who became a baronet in 1795, bought the Dagnam Park estate in 1772 and replaced its house, which was once visited by Samuel Pepys, with a Georgian mansion.
The house and its estate - which eventually swelled to 1,600 acres - was passed from Richard through several generations until Sir Thomas Neave succeeded in 1877 and became the 5th baronet.


www.understandingslavery.com [cached]

Sir Richard Neave, the bank's director for 48 years, also sat as chairman of the Society of West India Merchants.
Neave's son-in-law, Beeston Long, would follow in his footsteps both as chairman of the merchants' society and as a governor of the Bank of England.


www.yellowadvertiser.co.uk

Richard Neave, a former Governor of the Bank of England and High Sheriff of Essex, who became a baronet in 1795, bought the Dagnam Park estate in 1772 and replaced its house, which was once visited by Samuel Pepys, with a Georgian mansion.
The house and its estate - which eventually swelled to 1,600 acres - was passed from Richard through several generations until Sir Thomas Neave succeeded in 1877 and became the 5th baronet.


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