Biography of Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841

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On 05 Dec 1764 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 was born to [his father] Charles Slingsby Duncombe.

In 1790 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (25) was appointed High Sheriff of Yorkshire.

In 1790 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (25) was elected MP Shaftesbury.

Around 1795 [his son] Charles Duncombe 1795-1819 was born to Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (30) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (20).

In 1795 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (30) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (20) were married.

In 1796 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (31) was elected MP Aldborough.

On 14 Jan 1798 [his son] William Duncombe 2nd Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1798-1867 was born to Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (33) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (23).

On 25 Aug 1800 [his son] Henry Duncombe 1800-1832 was born to Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (35) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (25).

On 30 May 1803 [his daughter] Frances Duncombe 1803-1881 was born to Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (38) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (28).

On 24 Mar 1806 [his son] Arthur Duncombe 1806-1889 was born to Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (41) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (31).

On 16 Nov 1807 [his daughter] Louisa Duncombe Countess Eldon 1807-1852 was born to Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (42) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (33).

In 1812 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (47) was elected MP Heytesbury.

On 02 Nov 1814 [his son] Augustus Duncombe 1814-1880 was born to Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (49) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (40).

On 08 Apr 1817 [his son] Octavius Duncombe 1817-1879 was born to Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (52) and [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (42).

In 1818 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (53) was elected MP Newport.

In 1819 [his son] Charles Duncombe 1795-1819 (24) died.

On 18 Dec 1823 [his son] William Duncombe 2nd Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1798-1867 (25) and Louisa Stewart Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1804-1889 (19) were married.

In 1826 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (61) was created 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park in Yorkshire. [his wife] Charlotte Legge Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1774-1848 (51) by marriage Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park in Yorkshire.

In 1831 John Scott 2nd Earl Eldon 1805-1854 (25) and [his daughter] Louisa Duncombe Countess Eldon 1807-1852 (23) were married.

On 01 Oct 1832 [his son] Henry Duncombe 1800-1832 (32) died.

On 16 Jul 1841 Charles Duncombe 1st Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1764-1841 (76) died. His son [his son] William Duncombe 2nd Baron Feversham Duncombe Park 1798-1867 (43) succeeded 2nd Baron Feversham Duncombe Park in Yorkshire. Louisa Stewart Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park 1804-1889 (37) by marriage Baroness Feversham Duncombe Park in Yorkshire.

Times Newspaper Deaths. 13 Feb 1867. DEATH OF LORD FEVERSHAM. We regret to announce the death, after a short illness, of Lord Feversham, which occurred on Monday night at his residence in Great Cumberland Street. The late William Duncombe Baron Feversham, of Dancombe Park, County York, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, was son of Charles first Lord by his marriage with [his wife] Lady Charlotte Legge, only daughter of William, second Earl of Dartmouth. He was born on the 14th of January, 1798, so that he was in his 69th year. The deceased nobleman was educted at Eton, and afterwards proceeded to Christ Church, Oxford. He married l8th of December, 1823, Lady Louisa Stewart (63), third daugtter of George, eighth Earl of Galloway, by whom,who survives his Lordship, he leaves issue the Hon. Wiliam E. Duncombe (38), M.P., and Captain the Hon. Cecil Duncombe, of the 1st Life Guards, and three daughters, the Hon Jane, married l1th of April, 1849, to the Hon. Laurence Parsons; the Hon. Gertrude (39), married 27th of November 1&19, to Mr. Francis Horatio Fitzroy (43); and the Hon. Helen, married 18th of July, 1855, to Mr. William Becket Denison. Previously to his accession to tbe peerage on the death of his father in July, 1841, he repreeented Yorkshire in the House of Cormmons from 1826 to 1830. At the general election in 1831 he was unsuceessful candidatu for the coenty, but was returned for the North Riding in the following year, which he continued to represent till 18S1. He voted against the Reforzn Bill of 1832, and was uniformly in favour of agricultural protection. He took great interest in agricultural pursuit, And was a distinguished member of the Royal Agricultural Society, of which he was one of the trustees The deceased noblemna is succeded by his eldest son, the Hon. Wiliam Ernest Duncombe (38), above me6tioned, who was born January 28 1829, and married, August 7, 1851, Mabel Violet, second daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir James Graham, of Netherby. He was M.P. for East Retford from February, 1852, to 1857 and elected for the North Riding of Yorkshire inI 1859, anA was also returned at the last general election After a sharp contest, being second on the poll. He is Captain of the Yorkshire Yeomianry (Hussars) Cavalry, and Lientenent Colonel of the 2d North Riding like his deceased father, he is a supporter of Lord Derby, but in favour of such a measure of Parliamentary Reforms would give no undue preponderance to any one class, but would ensure to a fair distribution of political privileges.

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Father: Charles Slingsby Duncombe

GrandFather: Thomas Duncombe