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  1. Sir Edward Walpole KB PC (Ire) (1706 – 12 January 1784) was a British politician, and a younger son of Sir Robert Walpole, Prime Minister from 1721 to 1742. Early life [ edit ] The second son of Sir Robert Walpole, he was educated at Eton (1718) and King's College, Cambridge (1725) and studied law at Lincoln's Inn (1723), where he ...

  2. Walpole, Edward (1706–84), MP and chief secretary for Ireland (1737–41), was born in Frogmore, Berkshire, England, second son of Sir Robert Walpole, politician and landowner, and his first wife Catherine (née Shorter). Edward attended Eton College before entering Lincoln's Inn (1723) and King's College, Cambridge (1725).

  3. Christopher Walpole: Edward Walpole (1560–1637) Calybut Walpole (1561–1646) Henry Walpole (1558–1595) Robert Walpole (1593–1663) Sir Edward Walpole (1621–1668) Robert Walpole (1650–1700) Horatio Walpole (1663–1717) Catherine Shorter (died 1737) Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford (1676–1745) Maria Skerrett (died 1738 ...

  4. Edward Walpole (1560–1637), alias Rich, was an English Roman Catholic convert, who became known as a Jesuit missioner and preacher. He passed up substantial estates that subsequently became part of the fortune of the Walpole political family.

  5. Hon. Edward Walpole (1706-1784) Born: 1706. Clerk of the Pells. Died: 12th January 1784 at Isleworth, Middlesex. Edward was the second son of the first Prime Minster of Great Britain, Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, and his first wife, Catherine daughter of John Shorter of Bybrook in Kent. He was a man of considerable ability, but did not ...

  6. Sir Edward Walpole KB PC (Ire) (1706 - 12 January 1784) was a British politician and second son of Sir Robert Walpole, Prime Minister from 1721 to 1742. Scholarly Articles Early life