The papers of William Booth Grey consist of papers relating to Cornish lead mining (EGR4/3/1) and other papers (EGR4/3/2).
Among the papers of George Harry Grey (1737-1819), 5th Earl of Stamford, there are receipts from William Booth Grey for payments of an annuity by Lord Stamford (EGR4/1/6/2/1, EGR4/1/6/2/4-15, EGR4/1/6/21/67 & EGR4/1/6/25/12). Among the papers of various members of the Grey family, the death of William Booth Grey is referred to in a letter by Rev Harry Grey (EGR4/10/22/7). Within the subfonds EGR11, Papers from Dunham Massey Hall relating to the Cheshire and Lancashire Estates, there is a bundle of vouchers that contains a receipt for the payment of a legacy to William Booth Grey from his father, and accounts for the payment of interest on joint bonds from Lord Stamford and William Booth Grey, 1819 (EGR11/2/8/41 & EGR11/2/8/92-95). Among the miscellaneous papers from Dunham Massey Hall is a letter from William Booth Grey and others to Farmer Taylor of Bridgnorth co. Salop, 1822 (EGR13/32).
Dating: other than EGR4/3/2/2/1, dated 1830, and EGR4/3/2/3, dated 1838, all items fall within the date range 1849-1851.