Mary Freeman-Grenville, 12th Lady Kinloss

Mary Freeman-Grenville, 12th Lady Kinloss

(Beatrice) Mary Grenville Freeman-Grenville, 12th Lady Kinloss (born 18 August 1922) is a Scottish Peeress.

She is the senior heir-general to Edward Seymour, Viscount Beauchamp, the only son of Lady Catherine Grey. Had the marriage of Catherine Grey from which Edward Seymour was born ever been deemed legitimate for dynastic purposes, then Edward would have supplanted his second cousin once removed—Anne Stanley, Countess of Castlehaven—as senior legitimate heir-general of Mary Tudor, Queen of France and Lady Kinloss would be Mary's genealogical representative today.

In 1950 she married Greville Stewart Parker Freeman (later Freeman-Grenville)[1], and have children, including Bevil David Stewart Chandos Freeman-Grenville, Master of Kinloss, heir to his mother's peerage.


  1. ^ William 1, accessed December 2010
Peerage of Scotland
Preceded by
Mary Morgan-Grenville
Lady Kinloss
Succeeded by

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