The Greenwell Baronetcy, of Marden Park in Godstone in the County of Surrey and Greenwell in Wolsingham in the County of Durham, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 29 June 1906 in the King's Birthday Honours for the stockbroker Walpole Greenwell. The Greenwell family still owns the land in Durham originally awarded them by William the Conqueror and from which they take their surname, as well as land in Suffolk and Inverness-shire.
Read more about Greenwell Baronets: Greenwell Baronets, of Marden Park and Greenwell (1906), Sir Walpole Lloyd Greenwell, Bt., Sir Bernard Eyre Greenwell, Bt.
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