James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave, KG, PC, FRS was a British politician who is sometimes regarded as one of the shortest-serving British prime ministers in history. His brief tenure as First Lord of the Treasury is lent a more lasting significance by his memoirs, which are regarded as significant in the development of Whig history. The Ladies Waldegrave, by Joshua Reynolds, 1770–80
Biography. James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave, was born 4 March 1715 to James Waldegrave, 1st Earl Waldegrave (1684-1741) and Mary Webb (c1686-1719) and died 8 April 1763 London, England, United Kingdom of smallpox. He married Maria Walpole (1739-1807) 15 May 1759 in Pall Mall, London, England, United Kingdom.
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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
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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. Su breve mandato como Primer Lord del Tesoro ...
James (2nd Earl; Knight of the Garter) WALDEGRAVE. Born: 1715 Died: 1763. Lady Diana's 5-Great Grandfather. Wife/Partner: Maria WALPOLE (Dowager Countess) WALDEGRAVE. Children: Anne Horatia (Lady) WALDEGRAVE ; Elizabeth Laura WALDEGRAVE ; Charlotte Maria (Lady) WALDEGRAVE. ________. ________. ________. ________.
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.
James "Jamie" Sherbrooke Waldegrave, 13th Earl Waldegrave (born 8 December 1940), styled Viscount Chewton until 1995, is a British peer and businessman. Waldegrave is the son of Geoffrey Noel Waldegrave, 12th Earl Waldegrave (1905–1995), and Mary Hermione Grenfell (1909–1995), who studied at Somerville College, Oxford.