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Temple, Sir Richard, Bart.
Hon. LL.D. 1883.
Adm. at TRINITY, June 16, 1883. [Eldest] s. of Richard (Balliol College, Oxford, 1818), of The Nash, Kempsey, Worcs. (and Louisa Anne, dau. of James Rivett-Carnac). B. [Mar. 8], 1826. [Schools, Rugby and Haileybury.] Entered the Bengal India , Civil Service, 1847.
Chief Commissioner, Central Provinces, 1865-7; British Resident at Hyderabad; Finance Minister for Indian Govt., 1868-74; Foreign Secretary, 1868-74; Lieut.-Governor of Bengal India ,, 1874-7; Governor of Bombay, 1877-80.
Created Bart., 1876; C.S.I., 1867; G.C.S.I., 1878; C.I.E., 1877.
Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1880.
F.R.S., 1896.
M.P. for the Evesham Division of Worcs., 1885-92; for the Kingston Division of Surrey , 1892-5. P.C., 1896.
Married (1) Dec. 27, 1849, Charlotte Frances, dau. of Benjamin Martindale; (2) Jan. 28, 1871, Mary Augusta, dau. of Charles Robert Lindsay, Bengal India , C.S. Of Heath Brown, Hampstead.
Died Mar. 15, 1902, at Eastbourne.
Father of the next and of Charles L. (1890).
( Rugby Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon. ; Burke, P. and B.; D.N.B. )
Sir Richard TEMPLE, Bart.
Approx. lifespan: 1826–1902
Hon.LLD 1883
Adm Trinity College 1883:06:16
Eldest s. of Richard TEMPLE ( Balliol College [Oxford] (1818), of The Nash, Kempsey, Worcestershire , (and Louisa Anne RIVETT-CARNAC dau. of James RIVETT-CARNAC )
b. 1826:[03:08]
schools Sch: Rugby School Rugby, [Warwickshire],
and Haileybury, [Hertfordshire],
Entered: Bengal Civil Service Chief Commissioner:, Central India , India , 1847 1865-67
British Resident Hyderabad, [India], ; Finance
Minister for: : Indian Government 1868-74
Foreign Sec.: 1868-74
Lieutenant-Governor of: Bengal , India , 1874-77
Governor of: Bombay, [India], 1877-80
Created Bart. 1876
CSI 1867
GCSI 1878
CIE 1877
Hon.DCL OX, [Oxfordshire], 1880
FRS 1896
M.P. for: : Evesham Division of Worcestershire , 1885-92
for the Kingston Division of Surrey , 1892-95
P.C.: 1896
m. (1) 1849:12:27 Charlotte Frances MARTINDALE dau. of Benjamin MARTINDALE
m. (2) 1871:01:28 Mary Augusta LINDSAY dau. of Charles Robert LINDSAY Bengal C.S.
Of Heath Brown, Hampstead, [London],
d. Eastbourne, [Sussex], 1902:03:15
father of Richard Carnac TEMPLE (1868)
father of Charles L. TEMPLE (1890)
( Rugby School Reg.; Al. Oxon. ; Burke P. and B.; D.N.B. )