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William Legge, 4th Earl of Dartmouth (1784-1853)/descendants

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Four or more generations of descendants of William Legge, 4th Earl of Dartmouth (1784-1853) if they are properly linked:
1. William Legge, 4th Earl of Dartmouth (1784-1853)

2. William Walter Legge, 5th Earl of Dartmouth (1823-1891)
3. Frances Charlotte Legge (1848-1930)
3. Elizabeth Sarah Legge (1850-1917)
3. William Heneage Legge, 6th Earl of Dartmouth (1851-1936)
4. William Legge, 7th Earl of Dartmouth (1881-1958)
5. Mary Cecilia Legge (1906-2003) (more)
5. Elizabeth Legge (1908-2000) (more)
5. Diana Legge (1910-1970) (more)
5. William Legge (1913-1942) (more)
5. Barbara Legge (1916-2013) (more)
5. Josceline Gabrielle Legge (1918-1995) (more)
4. Gerald Legge (1882-1915)
4. Dorothy Legge (1883-1974)
4. Joan Margaret Legge (1885-1939)
4. Humphrey Legge, 8th Earl of Dartmouth (1888-1962)
5. Gerald Humphrey Legge, 9th Earl of Dartmouth (1924-1997) (more)
5. Heather Mary Margaret Legge (1925-) (more)
3. Henry Charles Legge (1852-1924)
3. Augusta Georgina Legge (1854-1931)
3. Gerald Legge (1855-1855)
3. Mary Florence Henrietta Legge (1862-1863)
2. Frances Elizabeth Legge (1829-1922)
2. Louisa Jane Cecil Legge (1830-1910)
2. George Barrington Legge (1831-1900)
2. Beatrix Maria Legge (1833-1872)
2. Edward Henry Legge (1834-1900)
2. Arthur Kaye Howard Legge (1835-1861)
2. Katharine Legge (1837-1914)
2. Florence Legge (1838-1917)
2. Augustus Legge (1839-1913)
2. Barbara Caroline Legge (1841-1909)
2. Charles Gounter Legge (1842-1907)
2. Charlotte Anne Georgiana Legge (1843-1908)
2. Heneage Legge (1845-1911)
2. Harriet Octavia Legge (1847-1927)
2. Wilhelmina Legge (1849-1928)

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