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Cavendish, the Hon. Frederick Charles.
Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Mar. 4, 1854. 2nd s. of William (1825), Earl of Burlington (later Duke of Devonshire). B. Nov. 30, 1836, at Compton Place, Eastbourne.
Matric. Michs. 1854; M.A. 1858.
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 10, 1857.
Private Secretary to Lord Granville, 1859-64.
M.P. for North West Riding, Yorks., 1865-82.
Private Secretary to Gladstone, 1872-3. A Junior Lord of the Treasury, 1873-4; Financial Secretary, 1880-2. Chief Secretary to Earl Spencer, Lord-Lieut. of Ireland, 1882.
P.C., 1882.
Assassinated May 6, 1882, in Phoenix Park, Dublin.
Buried at Edensor.
Memorial window in St Margaret's, Westminster.
Brother of Spencer C. (1850), etc. (Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.)
Hon. Frederick Charles CAVENDISH
Approx. lifespan: 1836–1934
Adm pens. Trinity College 1854:03:04
2nd s. of William CAVENDISH (1825), Earl of Burlington (later Duke of Devonshire)
b. Compton Place, [Compton, Eastbourne], [ Sussex ] 1836:11:30
Matric 1854:10MT:
MA 1858
Adm. Lincoln's Inn: 1857:06:10
Private Secretary to: : Lord Granville 1859-64
M.P. for: : North West Riding of Yorkshire 1865-82
Private Secretary to: : Gladstone 1872-73
Junior Lord of the Treasury 1873-74
Financial Secretary: 1880-82
Chief Secretary to: : Earl Spencer, Lord-Lieutenant of: : Ireland 1882
P.C. 1882
Assassinated 1882:05:06, in Phoenix Park, [Phoenix, Dublin], [ Ireland ]
bur. Edensor, [ Derbyshire ]
Memorial window in
St Margaret's Westminster, [ London ]
brother of Spencer C. CAVENDISH (1850) etc.
(Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B .)