Curzon

Curzon may refer to:

As a British family name, it particularly refers to the Curzon family, and is an Anglo-Norman territorial name. The Curzon family was involved in the Norman Conquest, and is named after the French town of Notre-Dame-de-Courson in Normandy from which they hail; their seat is at Kedleston Hall. The people listed below do not necessarily belong to this family.

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Charles Fane, 2nd Viscount Fane - Home On Curzon Street
... dwelling-house, still extant, on the north side of Curzon Street in London, was bought from Elizabeth Shepherd in 1753 ... He negotiated with the ground landlord, Nathaniel Curzon, for a wider site and added the two-bow fronted wings ...
Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 4th Baronet
... Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 4th Baronet (1676–1758) was an English Tory politician who represented three constituencies in the 18th century ... Curzon was the son of Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 2nd Baronet of Kedleston, and his wife Sarah Penn daughter of William Penn of Penn, Buckinghamshire ... Curzon was elected as Member of Parliament for Derby in 1713, but lost the seat in 1715 ...
Lady Alexandra Curzon
... Lady Alexandra Naldera Curzon, CBE (20 March/April 1904 – 7 August 1995), was the third daughter of George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston and Viceroy of ... sisters were memorialized by Anne de Courcy in 'The Viceroy's Daughters the Lives of the Curzon Sisters.' ...
Sir John Curzon, 1st Baronet
... Sir John Curzon, 1st Baronet (c ... He supported the parliamentarian cause during the English Civil War Curzon was the son of John Curzon of Kedleston Hall (High Sheriff of Derbyshire 1609),and his wife Millicent ... Curzon was created a Baronet, of Kedleston in the County of Derby, in both the Baronetage of Nova Scotia on 18 June 1636 and the Baronetage of England on 11 August 1641 ...