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  1. Frederick Cavendish Ponsonby: Born: 6 July 1783 () Marylebone, London, England: Died: 11 January 1837 () (aged 53) Basingstoke, Hampshire, England: Allegiance United Kingdom: Service/ branch: British Army: Rank: Major-General: Battles/wars: Peninsular War Napoleonic Wars: Awards: Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St ...

    • Frederick Cavendish Ponsonby
    • British Army
  2. PONSONBY, Hon. Frederick Cavendish (1783-1837). Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1820-1832, ed. D.R. Fisher, 2009. Available from Cambridge University Press.

  3. 3 de set. de 2021 · Major General Sir Frederick Cavendish Ponsonby, GCMG, KCB, KCH (6 July 1783 – 11 January 1837), styled The Honourable from 1806 to 1828, was a British military officer, the second son of the 3rd Earl of Bessborough and Henrietta Spencer

    • July 06, 1783
    • Rhonda-Lee Robin Allen Barber, U.E.
  4. Background Ponsonby was the eldest son of Viscount Duncannon (who succeeded as the 2nd Earl of Bessborough in July 1758) and Lady Caroline Cavendish, daughter of The 3rd Duke of Devonshire. He succeeded to his father's titles in 1793. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and obtained the degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Civil Law. [2]

    • 3 February 1844 (aged 86), Canford House, Dorset, England
  5. 10 de jan. de 2024 · Sir Frederic Cavendish Ponsonby. (1783-1837), Major-General. Regency Portraits Catalogue Entry. Sitter in 3 portraits. Ponsonby was a cavalry officer serving on Wellington 's staff. It was he who brought to Wellington the news of Napoleon 's abdication in 1814. 'You don't say so, upon my honour!

  6. Photo courtesy of Historic England Henrietta was far from faultless: addicted to gambling, she also conducted numerous affairs, resulting in illegitimate offspring (she remarked notoriously “I can...