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  1. Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington From a painting of 1854 by George Baxter. When but twelve years of age he lost his father, and little care appears to have been bestowed upon him by his mother, a somewhat harsh woman, who believed the “slender, blue-eyed, hawk-nosed, and rather sheep-faced boy” to be hopelessly deficient in mental ability.

  2. Arthur Charles Wellesley, 4th Duke of Wellington,, styled Lord Arthur Wellesley from 1884 to 1900, was a British peer and politician, and a member of the well-known Wellesley family. He joined the military and served in the Household Division. Upon his childless brother's death in 1900, he inherited the family title and estates.

  3. The Duke of Wellington; Born 15 March 1849Died: 18 June 1934 (aged 85): Title: 4th Duke of Wellington: Tenure: 8 June 1900 – 18 June 1934: Spouse(s) Kathleen Emily Bulkeley-Williams

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  5. 21/11/2022 · Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, is seen by some to be a contentious figure in British history. A brilliant military leader who aided in the downfall of Napoleon Bonaparte, he was also a less-than-popular political leader, serving as prime minister for a number of years. It’s also rumored he was the inspiration for the famous British ...

  6. Arthur Charles Wellesley, 4th Duke of Wellington, (15 March 1849 – 18 June 1934), styled Lord Arthur Wellesley from 1884 to 1900, was a British peer and politician, and a member of the well-known Wellesley family. 37 relations.

  7. Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, by Robert Home, 1804 Marriage with Kitty Pakenham As a young man in Ireland, the future Duke of Wellington was already catching ladies’ eyes. There were stories of picnics outside Dublin to which ladies refused to go if ‘that mischievous boy’ Arthur was also invited.