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Goulburn, Henry.
Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at
TRINITY, May 26,
1801. S. [and h.] of Munbee,
of London (Trinity College, Oxford). [B. Mar. 19, 1784, at Marylebone.] School,
Sunbury, Middlesex
(Dr Moore). Matric. Michs. 1801; B.A. 1805; M.A. 1808. A prominent Conservative.
M.P. for Horsham,
1808-12; for St Germans, 1812-18; for West Looe, 1818-26; for Armagh, 1826-31;
for the University,
1831-56. Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department, 1810-12; for the
Colonies, 1812-21. Chief
Secretary for Ireland, 1821-7. Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1828-34 and 1841-6.
Secretary of State,
Home Department, 1834-5. Ecclesiastical Commissioner, 1845. P.C., 1821. Hon.
D.C.L., Oxford, 1834.
Friend and executor of Peel. Married, Dec. 20, 1881, the Hon. Jane Montagu, dau.
of Matthew, [p.101]
Lord Rokeby. Died Jan. 12, 1856, at his residence, Betchworth House, near
Dorking. Father of the
next and of Frederick (1835). (D.N.B.; Burke, L.G., 1939;
Boase, I. 1190-1;
Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1856, 183-4.)
Approx. lifespan: 1784–1856
age=17 : Fell.-Com. Trinity College adm1801:05:26
s. (and h.) of Munbee GOULBURN of London , of Trinity College [Oxford]
b. Marylebone, [London], 1784:03:19
Sch: Sunbury School [Sunbury], Middlesex , ( Dr – MOORE )
Matric 1801:10MT:
BA 1805
MA 1808
A prominent Conservative"/>
M.P.: for Horsham, [Sussex], 1808-12
M.P.: for St Germans, [Cornwall], 1812-18
M.P.: for West Looe, [Cornwall], 1818-26
M.P.: for Armagh, [Co. Armagh], 1826-31
M.P.: for 1831-56
Under-Sec. of State for: Home Department 1810-12
Under-Sec. of State for the Colonies: 1812-21
Chief Sec: for Ireland , 1821-27
Chancellor of the Exchequer: 1828-34, and 1841-6
Sec. of State: Home Department 1834-35
Ecclesiastical Commissioner: 1845
P.C.: 1821
Hon.DCL Oxford 1834
Friend and executor of "> Sir Robert PEEL
m. Hon. Jane Montagu[/kq]dau. of Lord Matthew ROKEBY 1881:12:20
d. at his residence Betchworth House, near Dorking, [Surrey], 1856:01:12
father of Goulburn, Henry (next)%
father of Frederick GOULBURN (1835)
Refs: D.N.B. Refs: Burke, L.G. 1939 Refs: Boase, I. 1190-1 Refs: Al. Oxon. Refs: G. Mag . 1856, 183-4.