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Mulgrave, Earl of (UK, 1812)
Creation: let.pat. 7 Sep 1812
Family name: Phipps
See Marquess of Normanby
Henry [Phipps], 3rd Baron Mulgrave later 1st Earl of Mulgrave, GCB PC
3rd son of Constantine [Phipps], 1st Baron Mulgrave, by his wife Lady Lepell Hervey, sister of Frederick Augustus [Hervey], 4th Earl of Bristol, and 1st dau. of John [Hervey], 2nd Baron Hervey (by his wife Mary Lepell, dau. of Brig Gen Nicholas Lepell), 1st son and heir ap. by his second wife of John [Hervey], 1st Earl of Bristol
14 Feb 1755
20 Oct 1795 Martha Sophia Maling (d. 17 Mar 1849), 3rd dau. of Christopher Thompson Maling, of West Herrington, co. Durham, by his wife Martha Sheels, dau. of John Sheels, of Queen Square, co. Middlesex
1. Hon Constantine Henry Phipps, later 2nd Earl of Mulgrave later 1st Marquess of Normanby
2. Col Hon Sir Charles Beaumont Phipps KCB, Keeper of the Privy Purse and Treasurer of the Household to HRH the Prince Consort (b. 27 Dec 1801; d. 24 Feb 1866), mar. 25 Jun 1835 Margaret Anne Bathurst (d. 13 Apr 1874), 2nd dau. of Ven Henry Bathurst, Archdeacon of Norwich, and had issue
3. Hon Edmund Phipps, Recorder of Scarborough (b. 7 Dec 1808; d. 28 Oct 1857), mar. 15 May 1838 Maria Louisa Norton (widow of Capt Hon Charles Francis Norton, 3rd son of William [Norton], 2nd Baron Grantley; d. 1888), 1st dau. of Lt Gen Sir Colin Campbell KCB, and had issue
4. Rev Hon Augustus Frederick Phipps, Chaplain in Ordinary to Queen Victoria (b. 18 Oct 1809; d. 27 Jan 1896), mar. 7 Nov 1837 Lady Mary Elizabeth Emily FitzRoy (b. 1817; d. 22 Aug 1887), 1st dau. of Henry [FitzRoy], 5th Duke of Grafton, and had issue
1. Lady Lepell Charlotte Phipps (d. 29 Jan 1869), mar. 18 May 1858 Sir John Wallis Alexander, 4th Bt.
7 Apr 1831
13 Aug 1794 Baron Mulgrave, of Mulgrave in the County of York
7 Sep 1812 Viscount Normanby, of Normanby in the County of York, and Earl of Mulgrave
entered the 1st Foot Guards as Ensign 1775, served in the American War 1776-78, West Indies 1780 and Holland; Col of the 31st Foot 1793-1831, Major Gen 1794, Lieut Gen 1801 and Gen 1809; Member of Parliament (Tory) for Totnes 1784-90 and for Scarborough 1790-94; a Commissioner of the India Board 1784-91; suc. his brother 10 Oct 1792 as 3rd Baron Mulgrave; Governor of Scarborough Castle 1796-1831; Privy Councillor 1804 ; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 1804-05; Foreign Secretary 1805-06; First Lord of the Admiralty 1807-10; Lord Lieutenant and Vice-Admiral of the East Riding of Yorkshire 1807-24; Elder Brother of the Trinity House 1809-31; Master General of the Ordnance 1810-18; GCB 1820
Constantine Henry [Phipps], 2nd Earl of Mulgrave later 1st Marquess of Normanby, KG GCB GCH PC
25 Jun 1838 Marquess of Normanby
The Earldom of Mulgrave had been held by the Marquesses of Normanby since 25 Jun 1838.
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