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  1. 1st Baronet, FRSE, Scottish merchant, philanthropist, Member of Parliament. Born in Leith, in Midlothian, John Gladstones was the eldest son of Thomas Gladstones (1732–1809) and Helen Neilson (1739–1806). John was the second of the family's sixteen children.

  2. Gladstone, John Sir 1764-1851 . Overview. Works: 74 works in 239 publications in ...

  3. 07/10/2019 · John Neilson Gladstone was born on 18 January 1807, the son of Sir John Gladstone, 1st Bt., a Scottish-born businessman who settled in Liverpool and made a large fortune initially from trading in corn with the United States and cotton with Brazil, and later through sugar plantations in Jamaica. His mother was Anne MacKenzie Robertson from Dingwall.

  4. Sir John Gladstone, 3rd Baronet... Sir John Robert Gladstone (26 April 1852 – 25 June 1926) was the son of Sir Thomas Gladstone, an older brother of the Liberal Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, and Louisa Fellowes ... He attended the state funeral of his uncle, W E Gladstone, in 1898 ...

  5. 18/04/2017 · FamilyLord Gladstone married Dorothy Mary, daughter of Sir Richard Paget, 1st Baronet, in 1901. She was over twenty years his junior. There were no children from the marriage. Lord Gladstone died in March 1930, aged 76, at his Ware home, and was buried in the town's Little Munden Church. With no children, his title became extinct at his death.

  6. 28/03/2020 · He m. in or before 1644, Sarah, 2d da. and coheir of Sir Thomas Foote, Baronet [so cr. 1660], sometime (1649-50) Lord Mayor of London, by Elizabeth, da. of William Mott, of Plaistow, co. Essex. He d. s.p.m.s., 14 Aug. 1671, and was bur. at Ledston, when the Baronetcy became extinct.

  7. Gladstone was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford. He was an officer in the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry. He married Gertrude Theresa Miller, the daughter of Sir Charles Hayes Miller, on 3 January 1888. [1] Gladstone held the office of High Sheriff of Wiltshire in 1897, and was also a Justice of the Peace (JP) for Wiltshire.