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|Manners-Sutton, John Henry Thomas.|
at TRINITY, Oct. 21, 1831.
[Younger] s. of Charles (1798). B. [May 27], 1814.
Matric. Michs. 1831; M.A. 1835.
Cricket 'blue,' 1836.
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Sept.
18, 1835; not called to the Bar. Elected M.P. for Cambridge Borough, 1839, but unseated for bribery.
M.P. for Cambridge Borough, 1841-7. Under-Secretary for the Home Department, 1841-6. Registrar of the Faculty Court.
Lieut.-Governor of New Brunswick, 1854-61; Governor of Trinidad, 1864-6; of Victoria, 1866-73.
Succeeded his brother as 3rd Viscount Canterbury, 1869.
K.C.B., 1866; G.C.M.G., 1873.
Married, July 5, 1838, Georgiana, youngest daughter of Charles Thompson, of Witchingham Hall, Norfolk.
Published the Lexington Papers (1851) which had been discovered in the library of his cousin, at Kelham, Notts.
Died June 23, 1877, in London.
Father of Henry C. (1858); brother of Charles J. (1828). (Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B.)
|John Henry Thomas MANNERS-SUTTON |
Approx. lifespan: 18141877
pens. Trinity College adm1831:10:21
Younger s. of Charles MANNERS-SUTTON (1798)
Sch: Eton School Eton, [ Buckinghamshire ]
Cricket "blue" 1836
Adm. Lincoln's Inn: 1835:09:18
not called to the Bar.
Elected M.P. for: : CB Borough 1839, but unseated for bribery.
M.P. for: : CB Borough 1841-47
Under-Sec. for Home Department 1841-46
Registrar of: : Faculty Court
Lieutenant-Governor of: : New Brunswick, [ Canada ] 1854-61
Governor of: : Trinidad 1864-66
of Victoria , Australia 1866-73
Succeeded his brother as 3rd Viscount Canterbury 1869
m. 1838:07:05,Georgiana, youngest daughter of Charles Thompson, of Witchingham Hall, Witchingham, Norfolk
Published the Lexington Papers (1851) which had been discovered in the library of his cousin, Kelham, Nottinghamshire
d. 1877:06:23,in London
father of Henry C. Manners-Sutton MANNERS-SUTTON (1858)
brother of Charles J. Manners-Sutton MANNERS-SUTTON (1828)
(Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B. )