|People from Stoke-on-Trent|
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|This family were significant
land owners of the Stoke-on-Trent area.
See a walk around Dresden.
|father: George Granville William the 3rd Duke of Sutherland.||mother: Ann Hay Mackenzie the countess of Cromartie.|
|Cromartie Sutherland-Leveson-Gower||wife: Millicent Fanny St. Clair-Erskine|
George Granville and Alister St. Clair
daughters: Victoria Elizabeth and Rosemary Millicent.
|1851||Born on the 20th July 1851.|
|1858||When his elder brother died in 1858 Cromartie became the Marquess of Stafford. (which was the courtesy title adopted by the eldest son of the Duke of Sutherland).|
|1874-86||Was the Liberal MP for Sutherland.|
|1884||Married Millicent Fanny St. Clair-Erskine.|
|1885||daughter Victoria Elizabeth was born|
|1888||son George Granville was born|
|1890||son Alistair St. Clair was born|
|1892||Cromartie succeeded to his fathers dukedom.|
|1893||daughter Rosemary Millicent was born|
|1895-6||Served as mayor of Longton|
|1899||The Sutherland Institute was opened in Longton on land which had been given by Cromartie.|
|1907||As a supporter of federation he offered (in 1907) Trentham Hall to the six towns on federation. (this offer was never taken up)|
|1913||Died at Dunrobin Castle on 27 June 1913.|