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  1. Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st duke of Newcastle (1st time) Whig 1754–56 ... Charles Watson Wentworth, 2nd marquess of Rockingham (1st time) Whig

  2. Theresa May had a varied education spanning both the state and private sectors, and both grammar school and comprehensive school. She read geography at St Hugh’s College, Oxford University.

  3. Edward ‘Ted’ Heath was born in Kent to working class parents, in contrast to many previous Conservative leaders and Prime Ministers. He was grammar school educated before going to Balliol ...

  4. It is named for Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham, who had been Prime Minister from 1765 to 1766. The county was organized in 1771, with its county seat at Exeter . In 1823, a portion of Hillsborough Country became part of the formation of Merrimack County .

  5. Charles Watson-Wentworth The Marquess of Rockingham: 13 July 1765 30 July 1766 – Prime Minister: Whig : Himself: Augustus FitzRoy The Duke of Grafton: 1766 28 January 1770 – First Lord of the Treasury – Prime Minister from October 1768. Whig : Earl of Chatham (William Pitt the Elder) (until October 1768) Himself (from 14 October 1768)

  6. From Rockingham County in 1916: Thomas Harrison, pioneering settler and town founder 40,468: 18 sq mi (47 km 2) City of Hopewell: 670: N/A: 1916: From Prince George County in 1916: The Hopewell, a ship that carried some of the early English settlers to Virginia 22,354: 10 sq mi (26 km 2) City of Lexington: 678: N/A: 1966? Revolutionary War ...