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Bingley, Baron (GB, 1762 - 1773)


Creation: let.pat. 13 May 1762


Extinct: 22 Feb 1773


Family name: Lane-Fox




Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Argent a Lion rampant within a Bordure Sable on a Canton Azure a Crown Or (Lane), 2nd and 3rd Argent a Chevron between three Foxes' Heads erased Gules (Fox)


Out of a Ducal Coronet Or a Demi Griffin segreant Sable winged Argent


On either side a Bear Argent


 Inconcussa Virtus



George [Fox later Lane-Fox], 1st Baron Bingley

1st son and heir of Henry Fox by his second wife Hon Frances Lane, half-sister and sole hrss. in her issue of James [Lane], 2nd Viscount Lanesborough, and only surv. dau. by his third wife of George [Lane], 1st Viscount Lanesborough



12 Jul 1731 Hon Harriet Benson (bapt. 4 Feb 1704/5; dsps. 7 Apr 1771), only child of Robert [Benson], 1st Baron Bingley, by his wife Lady Elizabeth Finch, dau. of Heneage [Finch], 1st Earl of Aylesford

only child

1. Hon Robert Lane Lane-Fox MP (dsp. vp. May 1768), mar. (1) 13 May 1760 Mildred Bourchier (dsp. 10 Dec 1760), dau. of John Bourchier, of Beningborough, co. York, (2) Lady Bridget Henley (mar. (2) 3 Dec 1773 Capt Hon John Tollemache RN, 6th son of Lionel [Tollemache], 4th Earl of Dysart; d. 13 Mar 1796), 1st dau. of Robert [Henley], 1st Earl of Northington


s.p.s. 22 Feb 1773


13 May 1762 Baron Bingley, of Bingley in the County of York, with remainder to the heirs male of his body on the body of his wife, Harriet


Member of Parliament (Tory) for Hindon 1734-41 and for York 1742-61; took the additional name of Lane by Act of Parliament 1750/1 on succeeding to the estates of his maternal half-uncle, James [Lane], 2nd Viscount Lanesborough


On the death of the 1st Baron Bingley the 1762 Barony of Bingley became extinct. The Lanesborough estates passed to his brother James Fox and the Bramham Park estate to his nephew, James Fox-Lane. In 1933 George Richard Lane-Fox, of Bramham Park, co. York, great-great-grandson of James Fox-Lane, was created Baron Bingley.


 First written 21 May 2003



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