Mary Anne Disraeli, 1st Viscountess Beaconsfield (née Evans; 11 November 1792 – 15 December 1872) was a British peeress and society figure who was the wife of the British statesman Benjamin Disraeli
- Mary Anne Evans, 11 November 1792
- Benjamin Disraeli
- 15 December 1872 (aged 80)
- Early Life
- Corrupt Practices Act
- Victoria's Ball
- Later Life and Death
Shortly after her first husbandpassed away, Mary Anne married Benjamin Disraeli in 1839 and also became his friend and adviser, constantly aiding him at his side. Though Benjamin hid his debts from her for years, the couple managed to work out their problems, strengthening their marriage in the process. By 1868, Queen Victoriaoffered Benjamin to be...
Sometime later, as her husband introduced the Corrupt Practices Act which was meant to end electoral bribery, the British Templars plotted to kill Disraeli to stall the implementation of the act. The Templars hired men to kill Disraeli while he was in his carriage with his wife, but the plot was foiled by the Assassin Jacob Frye, who posed as their...
Mary Anne and her husband were later invited by Jacob and his twin sister Evie to their train hideout to request an invitation to the ball at Buckingham Palace, which delighted them both as they had grown fond of the two. Sadly, Mary Anne stated that even if there were remaining invitation cards, the Fryes lacked the proper social status to obtain ...
Mary Anne and Benjamin became prominent and well-loved figures of British society, but sadly Mary Anne died some years later from stomach cancer and her husband would follow not long afterwards, still devastated at her loss. She was buried along with her husband at the Church of St. Michael and All Angels in Hughenden, Buckinghamshire.
Disraeli, Mary Anne (1792–1872) English viscountess. Name variations: Viscountess Beaconsfield; Marianne or Mary Anne Evans. Born November 11, 1792, in Exeter, England; died on December 15, 1872, in Buckinghamshire, England; daughter of John Evans and Eleanor (Viney) Evans; married Wyndham Lewis, in January 1815 (died 1838); married Benjamin ...
02/02/2016 · Mary Anne was 12 years older than her husband, and the marriage began as one of convenience. But it grew into a true love match. According to the guidebook sold at Hughenden, Disraeli was a novelist and something of a playboy in 1830s London. He had written a novel, Vivian Grey, which was a thinly veiled self-portrait of a young man on the make.
Mary Anne Disraeli, primera vizcondesa de Beaconsfield (de soltera Evans; 11 de noviembre de 1792 - 15 de diciembre de 1872) fue una figura de la sociedad británica que fue esposa del estadista británico Benjamin Disraeli. Biografía
Date Of Birth: November 11, 1792 Date Of Death: December 15, 1872 Cause Of Death: N/A Ethnicity: Unknown Nationality: Not available Mary Anne Disraeli was born on the 11th of November, 1792. She was popular for being a Countess. Socialite who became famous for marrying British Prime Minister Benhamin Disraeli.
09/01/2015 · So by the time of Mary Anne’s death in 1872, the Disraelis’ marriage was celebrated up and down the nation for the joy it brought husband and wife, and all who knew them. It was, thought the...