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Neave Baronetcy, of Dagnam Park in the County of Essex, is a title
in the Baronetage of Great Britain. It was created on 13 May 1795
for Richard Neave, Governor of the Bank of England from 1783 to
1785. Lady Dorina Neave (1880-1955), wife of Sir Thomas (d. 1940),
was the author of three books about Turkey. She settled with her
husband at Dagnam Park and was the last of the family to live there
before its requisition in the winter of 1940 and eventual
demolition in 1950. The soldier and Conservative politician Airey
Neave was the son of Sheffield Airey Neave, grandson of Sheffield
Neave, third son of the second Baronet. After his assassination in
1979 his widow Diana Neave was created a life peer as Baroness
Airey of Abingdon in his honour.
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