Robert Walpole, 2nd Earl of Orford, KB (1701 – 31 March 1751), was a British peer and politician, styled Lord Walpole from 1723 to 1745. Origins [ edit] Houghton Hall, Norfolk He was the eldest son of Sir Robert Walpole (1676–1745), the King's First Minister, now regarded as the first British Prime Minister, by his first wife Catherine Shorter.
- Sir Robert Walpole (father), Catherine Shorter (mother)
- George Walpole
- Margaret Rolle, (m. 1727; div. 1730)
Robert Walpole, 1.° conde de Orford (Houghton, Norfolk, 1676 - Londres, 1745), conocido entre 1725 y 1742 como Sir Robert Walpole, fue un destacado político inglés, considerado de facto como la primera persona en ocupar el cargo de primer ministro del Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña.
- Primer titular
- 26 de agosto de 1676, Houghton, Norfolk
- Jorge I (1721-1727), Jorge II (1727-1742)
- Spencer Compton, I conde de Wilmington
Robert Walpole (1709–1781) 2nd Earl of Orford: Horace Walpole "Horatio" (1717–1797) 4th Earl of Orford: Maria Walpole (1725–1801) Horatio Walpole (1723–1809) 1st Earl of Orford: Earldom of Orford extinct, 1797: Francis Russell (1739–1767) Marquess of Tavistock: George Walpole (1730–1791) 3rd Earl of Orford: Francis ...
Robert Walpole, 2nd Earl of Orford, eldest son and heir, who in 1724 married Margaret Rolle (17 January 1709 – 13 January 1781), later suo jure 15th Baroness Clinton. They had one son George Walpole, 3rd Earl of Orford and 16th Baron Clinton (1730–1791), who left no legitimate children and died insane.
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Robert, 2nd Earl of Orford had married in 1724 a Devonshire heiress Margaret Rolle (1709–1781). She by survival, in 1751, became one of the co-heirs to the ancient Barony of Clinton in abeyance. In 1760 that abeyance was terminated in her favour, and she became the 15th Baroness Clinton.