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  1. Louisa Theodosia Jenkinson, Countess of Liverpool (née Hervey; February 1767 – 12 June 1821) was a British noblewoman and the first wife of Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, who served as prime minister from 1812 to 1827.

    • 12 June 1821 (aged 54), London, England
    • .mw-parser-output .marriage-line-margin2px{line-height:0;margin-bottom:-2px}.mw-parser-output .marriage-line-margin3px{line-height:0;margin-bottom:-3px}.mw-parser-output .marriage-display-ws{display:inline;white-space:nowrap}, Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, ​ ​(m. .mw-parser-output .tooltip-dotted{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}1795)​
    • Wife of the prime minister
  2. Jenkinson's first wife, Louisa, died at 54. He married again on 24 September 1822 to Mary Jenkinson, Countess of Liverpool. Jenkinson finally retired on 9 April 1827 after suffering a severe cerebral hemorrhage at his Fife House residence in Whitehall two months earlier, and asked the King to seek a

    • Spencer Perceval
    • Tory
  3. Louisa, Countess of Liverpool | Britain’s Greatest Prime Minister: Lord Liverpool. Liverpool's first wife. February, 1767 – June 12, 1821. Lady Louisa Hervey (1767-1821) was the third and youngest daughter of Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol and Bishop of Derry (1730-1803).

  4. Louisa Jenkinson, Condesa de Liverpool, nació en 1784 en Inglaterra. Se casó con Robert Jenkinson, primer conde de Liverpool, quien fue primer ministro de Gran Bretaña durante varios años. La pareja tuvo seis hijos. Durante su tiempo como condesa, Louisa se dedicó a obras de caridad y participó en la creación de la Sociedad de Damas de ...

  5. Louisa Jenkinson, Countess of Liverpool Robert Jenkinson, segundo conde de Liverpool, estuvo casado con Louisa Jenkinson, quien se convirtió en la condesa de Liverpool. La pareja tuvo seis hijos juntos, incluyendo un hijo que más tarde se convirtió en el tercer conde de Liverpool.

  6. Countess of Liverpool: Namesake: Louisa Jenkinson, Countess of Liverpool: Ordered: Robert Naylor: Launched: 1814, Portland (Weymouth) Fate: Broken up 1834: General characteristics ; Tons burthen: 103, or 104: Length: 62 ft 2 in (18.9 m), or 61 ft 9 in (18.8 m) Beam: 20 ft 1 in (6.1 m), or 20 ft 2 in (6.1 m) Depth of hold: 10 ft 1 in ...

  7. By this time Mary had become the close friend and companion of Louisa, Countess of Liverpool, the wife of the prime minister, Robert Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool. Louisa died after a long illness in June 1821 aged 54.