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Robert and William Grey organ
Organ built in 1796 by Robert and William Gray of London, for the Hon Spencer Perceval. The organ was lent to the Emperor
Napoleon, and after his fall in 1815 was brought to England in 1817 by Lady Perceval, who later ordered it to be sold.
In 1829 it was in the possession of the Congregational Church, Wiveliscombe, Somerset UK.
In 1901 it was purchased by Dr CA Edwards of Sydney who was born at Wiveliscombe and eventually bought to Sydney.