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Richmond1 earldom (from Richmond in Yorkshire) held by Henry VII (1457–1509) before becoming king. Richmond Park in Greater London was formerly the site of Richmond Palace, built by Henry VII on the site of the earlier Shene Palace, and named by him.

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Richmond (city, England)

Richmond, former municipal borough, SE England. See Richmond upon Thames.

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