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|Spencer, John Charles, Viscount Althorp.|
Adm. nobleman (age 17) at TRINITY, Jan. 23, 1800. [Eldest] s. of George John (1776) [2nd] Earl Spencer, of London (and Lavinia, eldest dau. of Charles Bingham, 1st Earl of Lucan). [B. May 30, 1782.] School, Harrow.
Matric. Michs. 1800; M.A. 1802.
M.P. for Oakhampton, 1804-6; for St Albans, 1806; for Northampton (in seven Parliaments) 1806-32; for South Northants., 1832-4. A Lord of the Treasury, 1806-7. P.C., 1830.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1830-4; a Lord of Trade, and a Commissioner for Indian Affairs, 1830-4. An Official Trustee of the British Museum.
Succeeded his father as 3rd Earl Spencer, Nov. 10, 1834.
Married, Apr. 13, 1814, Esther, dau. of Richard Acklom, of Wiseton Hall, Notts.
Distinguished chiefly for his remarkable bonhomie and unalterable good-temper; 'the very model and type of an English gentleman.' Died, s.p., Oct. 1, 1845, at Wiseton Hall; buried at Brington.
Brother of George (1816) and Frederick (1847).
(D.N.B.; Greville Memoirs; Harrow Sch. Reg.; G.E.C.; Burke, P. and B.)
|John Charles, Viscount Althorp SPENCER |
Approx. lifespan: 17821845
nobleman aged 17 Trinity College adm1800:01:23
Eldest s. of George John SPENCER (1776) [2nd] Earl Spencer, of London (and Lavinia BINGHAM eldest dau. of Charles BINGHAM 1st Earl of Lucan). [
Sch: Harrow School Harrow, [ Middlesex ]
M.P. for: : Oakhampton, [ Devon ] 1804-06
for St Albans, [ Hertfordshire ] 1806
for Northampton, [ Northamptonshire ] (in seven Parliaments) 1806-32
for South, Northamptonshire 1832-34
Lord of the Treasury: 1806-07
Chancellor of the Exchequer: 1830-34
a Lord of Trade, and a
Commissioner for: : Indian Affairs 1830-34
An Official Trustee of: : British: <wrk> Museum </wrk> [ London ]
Succeeded his father as 3rd Earl SPENCER 1834:11:10
m. 1814:04:13 Esther ACKLOM dau. of Richard ACKLOM of Wiseton Hall, Wiseton, Nottinghamshire
Distinguished chiefly for his remarkable bonhomie and unalterable good-temper; "the very model and type of an English gentleman."
d., s.p. 1845:10:01 at Wiseton Hall, Wiseton, [ Nottinghamshire ]
buried Brington, [ Northamptonshire ]
brother of George SPENCER (1816)
brother of Frederick SPENCER (1847)
( D.N.B.; Greville Memoirs; Harrow School Reg.; G.E.C. ; Burke, P. and B .)
[add:]Engraving, by Brown, from portrait by Stewart: CAS: E.69[:add]