There are numerous references to George Harry Grey (1765-1845), Lord Grey, later 6th Earl of Stamford, among the papers of his father the 5th Earl of Stamford, in particular: letters from Lord Grey to his father re the militia, 1794 (EGR4/1/2/2/10-12); a receipt from Lord Grey for payment towards rewards for the militia, 1794 (EGR4/1/2/5/11); a letter from Thomas Parker to Lord Grey re the militia, 1795 (EGR4/1/2/6/34); a letter from Lord Grey to his father re the militia, 1795 (EGR4/1/2/6/36); a letter from Lord Grey to his father re elections, 1806 (EGR4/1/5/4/1-2); receipts from Lord Grey for quarterly payments of an annuity by his father, 1800-17 (within bundles EGR4/1/6/2/1-17); an account book recording payments of interest to Lord Grey by his father on a legacy from Mary Countess of Stamford, 1770-89 (EGR4/1/6/4); a joint bond with his father, 1789 (EGR4/1/6/15); receipts from Lord Grey for quarterly payments of an annuity by his father, 1814 & 1816 (EGR4/1/6/21/70 & EGR4/1/6/25/58); a memorandum by Lord Grey re Mottram in Longdendale church, 1819 (EGR4/1/8/2/39); letter with enclosures from Hugo Worthington to Lord Grey re a field in Altrincham, 1815 (EGR4/1/8/4/51-55); correspondence re a joint bond with his father, 1804 (EGR4/1/8/6/7-15); draft letters from Lord Grey to Hugo Worthington re tithes etc., 1816 (EGR4/1/8/13/36 & /38); a letter from Lord Grey to his father re tithes, 1816 (EGR4/1/8/13/41); a letter from Oswald Leicester to Lord Grey re St George's chapel Altrincham, 1827 (EGR4/1/9/1/33); correspondence re the postal service, 1842 (EGR4/1/10/6/25-27). Within EGR4/10, papers of various members of the Grey family, there is a letter from the 6th Earl of Stamford to his daughter Lady Jane Grey, 1821 (EGR4/10/8/11); three letters to his daughter Lady Henrietta Charlotte Law, 1825, 1831 & 1843 (EGR4/10/14/1-3); a letter to his niece Maria Glegg, 1837 (EGR4/10/18); and a letter to (?) his niece Henrietta-Louisa Cotes, 1842 (EGR4/10/20); there are also numerous references to his wife and children.
Within subfonds EGR8, Records relating to Thomas Walton's Bequest, there are letters from numerous correspondents concerning Little Heath Charity School (EGR8/2/5 & EGR8/2/6/23-28), Seamon's Moss School (EGR8/3/3/1-5, EGR8/3/3/20 & EGR8/3/4), and the distribution of bedding (EGR8/4/6/35, EGR8/4/15/2 & EGR8/4/17-18). Within EGR9, Records relating to the Earl of Warrington's Charity, there are letters from Rev John Foster and Rev Oswald Leicester (EGR9/3/5/1-6). Subfonds EGR11, Papers from Dunham Massey Hall relating to the Cheshire and Lancashire Estates, contains a bundle of vouchers for the general account of Hugo Worthington with the 6th Earl of Stamford, 1819 (EGR11/2/8). This includes accounts for donations by Lord Stamford to charities, hospitals and schools, payments of annuities from him, payments of gratuities to his servants, and the appointment of his domestic chaplains. Among the miscellaneous papers from Dunham Massey Hall is a letter from Lord Stamford to his daughter Lady Jane Walsh, 1842 (EGR13/24/2), and two letters to Farmer Taylor of Bridgnorth co. Salop, 1821-2 (EGR13/31). There are two other letters that contain accounts of Lord Stamford's vehement disapproval of the marriage of his daughter Lady Henrietta Charlotte to Rev James Thomas Law, 1820 (EGR13/29).