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  1. Hace 2 días · The Spencer family is an aristocratic British family. From the 16th century, its members have held numerous titles, including the dukedom of Marlborough, the earldoms of Sunderland and Spencer, and the Churchill barony. Two prominent members of the family during the 20th century were Sir Winston Churchill and Diana, Princess of Wales . History.

  2. Hace 3 días · Charles, Third Earl of Sunderland, was described by the diarist John Evelyn as a ‘youth of extraordinary hopes, very learned for his age’. He was briefly Foreign Secretary, but his post owed much to his membership of the ruling Junta and to the influence of his mother-in-law, the Duchess of Marlborough , who was the Queen’s confidante.

  3. Hace 3 días · On 28 September 1702, Anne's father-in-law, Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland, passed away; Charles and Anne therefore became Earl and Countess of Sunderland. After her older sister Henrietta Godolphin, 2nd Duchess of Marlborough , died, the title Duke of Marlborough was inherited by Anne's son, Charles Spencer, 5th Earl of Sunderland .

  4. Hace 3 días · John Spencer, son of 3rd Earl of Sunderland, 1738–45. Viscount Trentham, later 2nd Earl Gower and 1st Marquess of Stafford, 1747–54. John Spencer, later Viscount and 1st Earl Spencer of Althorp, 1754–60.

  5. Hace 2 días · During this period of Tory ascendency the Coventry Whigs maintained an interest in Parliament through Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, who, then a Whig Secretary of State, had been chosen as Recorder of Coventry in 1710.

  6. 11 de jul. de 2024 · He was also one of the founders and the first president of the Roxburghe Club, but his chief work was the rehabilitation of the famous Althorp Library (now the John Rylands Library in Manchester) founded by his ancestor, Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland. He died in 1834.

  7. Hace 6 días · Background. Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland, last monarch of the Tudor dynasty, died without issue on 24 March 1603, and the throne fell at once (and uncontroversially) to her first cousin twice removed, James VI of Scotland, a member of the House of Stuart and the only son of Mary, Queen of Scots.