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  1. James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave, KG, PC, FRS (4 March 1715 – 13 April 1763) was a British politician who is sometimes regarded as one of the shortest-serving British prime ministers in history.

    • 4 March 1715
    • The Duke of Devonshire
  2. 12/05/2016 · James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave KG PC FRS (4 March 1715 – 13 April 1763) was a British statesman. The eldest son of the 1st Earl Waldegrave, Waldegrave was educated at Westminster and Eton and he inherited his father's titles in 1741.

    • Oldstock, Wiltshire, England
    • March 4, 1715
    • April 08, 1763 (48)London, Middlesex, England
    • April 8, 1763
  3. Waldegrave nació como el hijo mayor de James Waldegrave, primer conde de Waldegrave, y su esposa, Mary Webb, hija de Sir John Webb, tercer baronet. Waldegrave fue educado en Westminster y Eton y poseyó títulos de su padre en 1741. Él era un señor de la alcoba 1743-1752, designados para el Consejo Privado en 1752, y el gobernador de El Príncipe de Gales (el futuro George III) y

  4. James Waldegrave, segundo conde de Waldegrave, historiador y político inglés (m. 1763) James Waldegrave, segundo conde de Waldegrave (4 de marzo de 1715 - 13 de abril de 1763) fue un político británico que a veces se considera uno de los primeros ministros británicos con menos tiempo en la historia.

  5. James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave KG, PC, FRS (4 March 1715 – 13 April 1763) was a British statesman. The eldest son of the 1st Earl Waldegrave, Waldegrave was educated at Westminster and Eton and he inherited his father's titles in 1741.

    • Wiltshire, England
    • 72002666 · View Source
    • 4 Mar 1715Wiltshire, England
    • March 4, 1715
  6. The Hon. William Waldegrave, second son of the twelfth Earl, is a Conservative politician and was created a life peer as Baron Waldegrave of North Hill in 1999. The family seat is Chewton House, near Chewton Mendip, Somerset. As suggested by the territorial designation of the baronetcy, the family once owned Hever Castle.

  7. Educated in France, [1] Waldegrave inherited his father's title in 1690, and on 20 May 1714 he married Mary Webb (who died in childbirth in 1719), a daughter of Sir John Webb, 3rd Baronet and they had three surviving children: James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave (1715–1763) John Waldegrave, 3rd Earl Waldegrave (1718–1784)