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Granby, Charles Cecil John, Marquess of.
pens. at
TRINITY, Jan. 19, 1832. S. and h. of
John Henry (1794) [5th] Duke of Rutland. B. [May 16], 1815 [in Arlington Street,
London]. School,
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1832; M.A. 1835. Styled Marquess of Granby, until 1857.
M.P. for Stamford,
1837-52 (being in 1847 leader of the Protectionist party); for N. Leics., 1852-
7. Lord of the
Bedchamber to the Prince Consort, 1843-6. Lord-Lieut. of Lincs., 1852-7; of
Leics., 1857-88. Hon.
Col., 3rd Batt., Leics. Regt. Succeeded his father as 6th Duke of Rutland, Jan.
20, 1857. K.G., Feb.
6, 1867. Died unmarried Mar. 4, 1888, at Belvoir Castle. (Eton Sch.
; Burke, P. and
B.; G.E.C.
Marquess of Charles Cecil John GRANBY
Approx. lifespan: 1815–1888
pens. Trinity College adm1832:01:19
s. and h. of Granby, John Henry <qual>[5th] Duke of Rutland</qual> (1794)
b. Arlington Street, London 1815:[05:16]
Sch: Eton School [Eton], [ Buckinghamshire ]
Matric 1832:10MT:
MA 1835
Styled "> Marquess of GRANBY until1857
M.P.: for Stamford, [ Lincolnshire ] 1837-52
leader: Protectionist Party in1847
M.P.: for N. Leicestershire 1852-57
Lord of the Bedchamber to: Prince Consort 1843-46
Lord-Lieutenant of: Lincolnshire 1852-57
Lord-Lieutenant of: Leicestershire 1857-88
Hon. Colonel: 3rd Battalion, Leics. Regiment
Succeeded his father as "> 6th Duke of RUTLAND 1857:01:20
KG 1867:02:06
d. unmarried Belvoir Castle, [Belvoir], [ Rutland ] 1888:03:04
Refs: Eton Sch. Lists Refs: Burke, P. and B. Refs: G.E.C.