Harry Grey, 4th Earl of Stamford
- George Harry Grey, 5th Earl of Stamford (1737–1819)
- Hon. Booth Grey (1740–1802), the MP for Leicester from 1774 to 1784, married, with a son and daughter
- Hon. John Grey (1743 – 12 July 1802), married and had issue
In 1738, he represented Leicestershire in the British House of Commons, but entered the House of Lords in 1739 upon inheriting the earldom. On 3 March 1744, he was appointed a Deputy Lieutenant of Lincolnshire, and on 8 March, of Staffordshire too.
He had inherited the Grey estates at Bradgate Park in Leicestershire and Enville in Staffordshire but decided to make Enville Hall the family seat. Bradgate House was therefore bricked up and the park there kept for hunting and game. The Enville grounds (750 acres) were significantly re-landscaped during the mid-18th century. Mary, Countess of Stamford also inherited large estates at Dunham Massey in Cheshire and Stalybridge in Lancashire on the death of her father in 1758.
He died at Enville Hall and was succeeded in the earldom by his son (George) Harry, 5th Earl of Stamford (later Earl of Stamford and Warrington).
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- "The History of the Enville & Stalybridge Estates". envilleestate.com. Archived from the original on 2009-05-25.
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|Peerage of England|
| Earl of Stamford
George Harry Booth-Grey
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