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  1. Benedict Leonard Calvert, 4th Baron Baltimore (21 March 1679 – 16 April 1715) was an English nobleman and politician. He was the second son of Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore (1637–1715) by Jane Lowe, and became his father's heir upon the death of his elder brother Cecil in 1681.

    • 16 April 1715 (aged 36), England
    • William Joseph
  2. Benedict Swingate Calvert (January 27, 1722 – January 9, 1788) was a planter, politician and a Loyalist in Maryland during the American Revolution. He was the son of Charles Calvert, 5th Baron Baltimore, the third Proprietor Governor of Maryland (1699–1751).

  3. Oil on canvas portrait painting of "Benedict Calvert" (1679-1715), ca. 1755, by John Wollaston. Benedict Leonard Calvert (1679-1715), 4th Baron of Baltimore, was an English nobleman. At the age of five, he became 10th Proprietary Governor of Maryland and the administrative duties fell to Henry Darnall (1645-1711).

  4. Charles Benedict Calvert (August 23, 1808 – May 12, 1864) was an American politician who was a U.S. Representative from the sixth district of Maryland, serving one term from 1861 to 1863.

    • District abolished
    • Democratic (1839–1860), Unionist (1861–1863)
  5. Benedict Calvert, 4th Baron Baltimore (1679–1715), English nobleman and politician Benedict Leonard Calvert (1700–1732), proprietary governor of Maryland Benedict Swingate Calvert (1722–1788), planter, politician and Loyalist in Maryland during the American Revolution See also Charles Benedict Calvert (1808–1864), U.S. Representative from Maryland

  6. Charles Benedict Calvert (1808-64) served as acting president of the Maryland Agricultural College in late 1859 and 1860. Calvert was founder of the Maryland Agricultural College, president of the Board of Trustees and a well-known philanthropist, planter and congressman. Enrollment increased under his brief administration, from 35 to 63 students.

  7. Benedict Calvert haría enérgicos intentos por restaurar el título de propiedad de su familia en Maryland renunciando al catolicismo romano y uniéndose a la Iglesia de Inglaterra. En febrero de 1715, Benedicto XVI se convirtió en el cuarto barón de Baltimore tras la muerte de su padre, e inmediatamente solicitó al rey Jorge I la restauración de Maryland a su control.