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Lord John Cavendish

(1732—1796) politician


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Cavendish, Lord John (1732-1796), politician

CAVENDISH, Lord John Spencer (1875 - 1914), 1st Life Guards

Bentinck, (William) John Cavendish-Scott- [formerly Lord John Bentinck], fifth duke of Portland (1800-1879), recluse

Lyttelton, John Cavendish (1881 - 1949), MFH; Lord-Lieutenant, County and City of Worcester, since 1923; Chairman of Worcestershire Standing Joint Committee, since 1927

Cavendish-Bentinck, William John Arthur Charles James (1857 - 1943), Royal Victorian Chain, 1932; Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 1937; DL, JP, Master of the Horse, 1886–92, and 1895–1905; Lord-Lieutenant of Caithness, 1889–1919; Lord-Lieutenant of Nottingham, 1898–1939; Lieut Coldstream Guards, retired 1880; Lt-Col Hon. Artillery Co., 1881–88; Hon. Col 4th Batt. Sherwood Foresters since 1889; appoints two Family Trustees of British Museum; Provincial Grand Master Notts Freemasons, 1898–1933

Cavendish, Spencer Compton (1833 - 1908), Lord President of the Council, 1895–1903; Leader of the Liberal Unionists; Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, 1892; Lord-Lieutenant of Derbyshire, since 1892; Lord-Lieutenant of Co. Waterford since 1895; Provincial Grand Master Derbys since 1858. [The 1st peer was 2nd s of one of the Commissioners appointed for visiting and taking the surrenders of religious houses in reign of Henry VIII, and through his mother Elizabeth, d of John Hardwick, of Hardwick, Derbyshire, and widow of Richard Barley, of same county, inherited the three famous seats (erected by her)—Chatsworth, Hardwicke, and Oldcotes]

 
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