Category:Grosvenor Dukes of Westminster

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Duke of Westminster 
title created by Queen Victoria
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Instance of royal or noble rank
Start time 27 February 1874
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Duque de Westminster (es); Duc de Westminster (fr); Vojvoda Westminstera (hr); Герцог Вестминстер (ru); Duke of Westminster (de-ch); Duke of Westminster (de); Duque de Westminster (pt); Duke of Westminster (en-gb); 西敏公爵 (zh); ウェストミンスター公爵 (ja); Duque de Westminster (pt-br); Hertig av Westminster (sv); Książę Westminster (pl); Hertug av Westminster (nb); Hertog van Westminster (nl); Duke of Westminster (en); Duke of Westminster (en-ca); duca di Westminster (it) title created by Queen Victoria (en) Граф Гросвенор, Маркиз Вестминстер, Герцоги Вестминстер (ru); ウェストミンスター公 (ja); Marquis de Westminster, Baron Grosvenor, Comte Grosvenor, Vicomte Belgrave, Liste des ducs de Westminster, Duc de westminster, Duc De Westminster (fr); Duque de westminster, Marquês de Westminster, Conde Grosvenor, Visconde Belgrave, Barão Grosvenor, Barão grosvenor, Conde grosvenor, Marquês de westminster, Visconde belgrave (pt); Markis av Westminster (sv); Earl Grosvenor, Herzog von Westminster (de)

The Grosvenor family is a British aristocratic family. They were created Baronets of Eaton in 1622, Barons in 1761, Earls in 1784, Marquesses in 1831 and Dukes of Westminster in 1874.

The Duke of Westminster's seat is at Eaton Hall near Chester in Cheshire. The traditional burial place of the Dukes is the Old Churchyard adjacent to St Mary's Church, Eccleston near Chester, Cheshire.

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