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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. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early years and marriage 1.2 Statesman's wife 1.3 Health and death 2 Portraits of Lady Louisa

    • 12 June 1821 (aged 54), London, England
    • Louisa Theodosia Hervey, February 1767, Ickworth, Suffolk, England
    • Biography
    • Portraits of Lady Louisa
    • Bibliography

    Early years and marriage

    Louisa Her­vey was born in Feb­ru­ary 1767, the youngest daugh­ter of Fred­er­ick Her­vey, 4th Earl of Bris­tol and Bishop of Derry, and Eliz­a­beth Dav­ers Count­ess of Bris­tol. She had three broth­ers, in­clud­ing John, Lord Her­vey and Fred­er­ick, 1st Mar­quess of Bris­tol; and two sis­ters, Lady Mary Erne and Eliz­a­beth Cavendish, Duchess of De­von­shire. In 1777 the fam­ily vis­ited Italy. Here Louisa, then aged 10, con­tracted se­vere malaria and, due to the need to con­va­lesce, onl...

    Statesman's wife

    In the years after their mar­riage, Robert held var­i­ous po­lit­i­cal posts, en­ter­ing the cab­i­net in 1801. He con­tin­ued to sit in the House of Com­mons until 1803 when, as Baron Hawkes­bury, he was el­e­vated to the House of Lords. He be­came 2nd Earl of Liv­er­pool on the death of his fa­ther in De­cem­ber 1808. Louisa, who had been Baroness of Hawkes­bury since 1803, now be­came Count­ess of Liverpool. Robert was ap­pointed Prime Min­is­ter in June 1812, suc­ceed­ing the as­sas­si­na...

    Health and death

    Lady Louisa was not strong phys­i­cally and while she en­joyed her po­si­tion, in­clud­ing at­tend­ing of­fi­cial events and en­ter­tain­ing, she eas­ily tired and was prone to colds and headaches. As early as 1801 she some­times took opium based draughts to help her sleep. In 1816, aged 49, she be­came suf­fi­ciently ill for the Prince Re­gent to ex­press concern. Al­though her health im­proved, she did not fully re­cover, and by early 1818 re­ports of her ill health began to ap­pear in the...

    In 1773, aged 6, with her mother. Painted by An­to­nio de Bit­tio
    In 1778, aged 11. Painted by Jo­hann Tis­chbein
    In 1793, aged 26. Painted by George Rom­ney
    In 1801, aged 34. Sculp­tured by Joseph Nollekens
    Biden, William Downing (1852). The History and Antiquities of the Ancient and Royal Town of Kingston-upon-Thames. William Lindsey, Kingston.Accessed 21 March 2020
    Brock, William Ranulf (1943). Lord Liverpool and Liberal Toryism 1820 to 1827. Cambridge University Press.Accessed 21 March 2020
    Gash, Norman (1984). Lord Liverpool: The Life and Political Career of Robert Banks Jenkinson, Second Earl of Liverpool, 1770-1828. Harvard University Press. ISBN 9780674539105.
    Gash, Norman (2004). "Jenkinson, Robert Banks, second earl of Liverpool (1770–1828)". In Matthew, Henry Colin Gray; Harrison, Brian Howard (eds.). Oxford dictionary of national biography: from the...
  2. 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.

  3. 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). The Earl was a radical, supporting the Irish Volunteer rebel movement in 1782-3 and favouring both political and religious equality (for example, he objected to tithes, ...

  4. Lady (Theodosia) Louisa Hervey, daughter of the earl of Bristol, she became Louisa Countess Liverpool. The inscription tells of her work with the poor and needy. She was the wife of Robert Banks Jenkinson, second earl of liverpool, then Viscount, later Lord, Liverpool, who was British prime-minister from 1812 to 1827,...

    • 12 Jun 1821 (aged 54)Greater London, England
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  5. Lady Louisa Theodosia Hervey, Countess of Liverpool. (1767-1821), First wife of Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool; daughter of 4th Earl of Bristol. Sitter in 1 portrait. Tell us More.

  6. Louisa Theodosia Jenkinson, contesă de Liverpool ( născută Hervey; februarie 1767 - 12 iunie 1821) a fost o nobilă britanică și prima soție a lui Robert Jenkinson, al doilea conte de Liverpool, care a servit ca prim-ministru între 1812 și 1827.