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Rothschild, Alfred Charles.
Adm. pens. at TRINITY, May 15, 1860. [2nd] s. of Lionel Nathan [Baron of the Austrian Empire, M.P.] (for whom see D.N.B.) (and his first cousin, Charlotte, only dau. of Baron Charles de Rothschild, of Naples).
B. July 20, 1842, in London.
School, King's College School, London.
Matric. Michs. 1861.
Partner in the firm of N. M. Rothschild and Sons.
Austro-Hungarian Consul-General.
A baron of the Austrian Empire.
Prussian Order of the Crown, 1st Class; Grand Cross of Order of Francis Joseph; Knight of the Legion of Honour of France.
Director of the Bank of England, 1868-90.
One of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the City of London; High Sheriff of the County of London, 1889.
Trustee of the National Gallery and of the Wallace Collection.
C.V.O., 1902.
Of Halton, near Tring, Herts.
Died Jan. 31, 1918, at 1, Seamore Place, Mayfair.
Brother of Nathaniel M. (1859) and Leopold L. (1862). (Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Feb. 2, 1918.)
Alfred Charles ROTHSCHILD
Approx. lifespan: 1842–1918
pens. Trinity College adm1860:05:15
2nd s. of Lionel Nathan ROTHSCHILD [Baron of the Austrian Empire, M.P.: (for whom see D.N.B. ) (and his first cousin, Charlotte CHARLES only dau. of Baron CHARLES de Rothschild, of Naples, [ Italy ] )
b. London 1842:07:20
School Sch: King's College School Sch: King's College, London
Matric 1861:10MT:
Partner in the firm of: : N. M. Rothschild and Sons.
Austro-Hungarian
Consul-General:
A Baron of the Austrian Empire, [ Austria ]
Prussian Order of the Crown, 1st Class;
Grand Cross of Order of Francis Joseph;
Knight of the Legion of Honour of France
Director of: : Bank of England 1868-90
One of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the City of London, [ London ]
High Sheriff of: : County of London 1889
Trustee of: : National Gallery and of the Wallace Collection.
CVO 1902
Of Halton, near Tring, Hertfordshire
d. 1 Seamore Place, Seamore, Mayfair, [ London ] 1918:01:31
brother of Nathaniel M. ROTHSCHILD (1859)
brother of Leopold L. ROTHSCHILD (1862)
(Burke, P. and B.; The Times 1918:02:02)

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