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  1. John Cavendish de Cavendish (c. 1346 - 15 de junio de 1381) era originario de Cavendish, Suffolk, Inglaterra. Él y su pueblo de origen dieron el nombre Cavendish a las familias aristocráticas de los duques de Devonshire, Newcastle y Portland.

  2. John Cavendish was descended from the Norman Robert de Guernon, who lived during the reign of Henry I and who gave a large amount of property to the Abbey of Gloucester. Robert's son, Roger de Gernon, of Grimston Hall , in Trimley St Martin , Suffolk , married the heiress of John Potton of Cavendish and obtained a landed estate in the lordship and manor of Cavendish.

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    David Rintoul as John Cavendish In The Mysterious Affair at Styles, John Cavendish is one of Emily Inglethorp's stepsons, along with Lawrence. He is the husband of Mary Cavendish.

    Mary Cavendish - John's wife Lawrence Cavendish - John's younger brother Mr Cavendish - John's father, died before the events of the novel Mrs Cavendish - John's mother. Never appears in the novel. Emily Inglethorp - Mr Cavendish's second wife, John's step mother Cynthia Murdoch - no connection until Curtain, when it is revealed that John is Cynthia's brother in law, as the latter had married Lawrence

    He had gone to trial for poisoning Emily because the real murderer had faked his handwriting in a receipt. Arthur Hastings mentions that John dies before the events of Curtain (presumably in the sixties or seventies), and his widowed wife goes to live in Devonshire.

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    Lord John Cavendish PC was a British nobleman and politician.

    Cavendish was the youngest son of William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire, and his wife Catherine, daughter of John Hoskins. Prime Minister William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire, Lord George Cavendish and Field Marshal Lord Frederick Cavendish were his elder brothers. He was educated at Newcome's School in Hackney and at Peterhouse, Cambridge.

    He served as Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1782 and 1783, and was sworn of the Privy Council in 1782. He was a supporter of Lord Rockingham, and subsequently of the Fox-North Coalition that brought the Duke of Portland to power. He lost his seat in the election of 1784, when the coalition fell, and did not return to the House of Commons until 1794, in the family seat of Derbyshire.

    Cavendish lived at Billing Hall, Northamptonshire which he commissioned John Carr to substantially remodel in the fashionable Palladian style around 1776. The house passed to the Elwes family in 1790. He died unmarried in December 1796, aged 64.

    Cavendish's friend Edmund Burke penned several eulogies of him after his death: "The world never produced a more upright and honourable mind; with very considerable talents, and a still more considerable improvement of them".

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    Cavendish nació en 1560 en Trimley St. Martin, cerca de Ipswich, condado de Suffolk, Inglaterra. Era descendiente de Roger Cavendish, hermano de Sir John Cavendish (c. 1346-1381), de quien los duques de Devonshire y los duques de Newcastle derivaban su nombre familiar de Cavendish. A la edad de 15 años asistió al Corpus Christi College, Universidad de Cambridge, durante dos años, 1575-1577, pero no obtuvo ningún título. Fue miembro del Parlamento por Shaftesbury, Dorset, en 1584. Navegó con sir Richard Grenvillea Virginia en 1585. Fue miembro del Parlamento por Wilton, en 1586. Circunnavegó la tierra entre 1586-88. Se embarcó en un segundo viaje alrededor del mundo en 1591 y murió, por causas desconocidas, en el Atlántico Sur en 1592.

    A los 12 años de edad, Cavendish heredó una fortuna de su difunto padre, pero después de dejar la escuela a los 17 años, la malgastó los siguientes 8 años más o menos en que llevó una vida de grandes lujos. Decidido a hacer una nueva fortuna en el mar, compró el pequeño barco Elizabethy participó en la expedición de 1585 de sir Richard Grenville a Virginia. En julio de 1586, Cavendish, decidido a seguir la circunnavegación del globo de Drake, construyó un barco más grande llamado Desire (Deseo). Su pequeña flota partió de Harwich el 27 de junio de 1586 y alcanzó el estrecho de Magallanes el 6 de junio de 1587. Emergieron del estrecho en el Pacífico el 24 de febrero y navegaron por la costa de América del Sur. Las operaciones de los ingleses en aguas chilenas durante el siglo XVI caían dentro del marco de las operaciones de corso, aunque la Corona española consideraba a cualquier navegante que penetraba en el Pacífico como un pirata, y había ordenado a las autoridades locales tratarl...

    David Judkins (2003), «Cavendish, Thomas (1560-1592)»in Literature of Travel and Exploration: An Encyclopedia, volume 1.
    Peter Edwards, editor (1988). Last Voyages: Cavendish, Judson, Ralegh: The Original Narratives. Oxford. ISBN 0198128940
    Richard Hakluyt. Capítulo: «The prosperous voyage of the worshipful Thomas Candish..», en Voyages and Discoveries: Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of the English Nation. Re...
    Varios autores (1910-1911). «Cavendish, Thomas». En Chisholm, Hugh, ed. Encyclopædia Britannica. A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, and General information (en inglés) (11.ª edición). Ency...
    Esta obra contiene una traducción derivada de «Thomas Cavendish» de Wikipedia en inglés, publicada por sus editores bajo la Licencia de documentación libre de GNU y la Licencia Creative Commons Atr...
    (en inglés) John D. Neville. «History of Thomas Cavendish», Heritage Education Program, US National Park Service.
    (en inglés) Christian Isobel Johnstone (1831). Lives and Voyages of Drake, Cavendish, and Dampier. Oliver & Boyd. De Google Books.
    (en inglés) Christian Isobel Johnstone (1892). Early English voyagers : or, The adventures and discoveries of Drake, Cavendish, and Dampier. London : Nelson. De Internet Archive
  4. 02/12/2021 · The Rev. Dr. John Claude Cavendish passed peacefully in his home Thursday night, two days into his 95th year.Son of Lord Charles Arthur Francis Cavendish, son of the ninth Duke of Devonshire and Helen Anna Lippold Griffith. Adopted son of Dr. Gates Claude Griffith. He is preceded in death by

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