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  1. The portrait can be quite accurately dated between 1835-36 when Sir Ponsonby was Colonel of the 86th (Royal County Down) Regiment of Foot, wearing that uniform, also being Governor of Malta during this period. The portrait has recently been cleaned and conserved. It sports a period frame and has an applied plaque stating who the sitter is.

  2. Major-General Sir William Ponsonby KCB (13 October 1772 – 18 June 1815), styled The Honourable from 1806, was an Irish politician and British Army officer who served in the Peninsula War and was killed at the Battle of Waterloo. He was the second son of William Ponsonby, 1st Baron Ponsonby of Imokilly and Hon. Louisa Molesworth. He married Hon. Georgiana FitzRoy, youngest daughter of Charles ...

  3. John Brabazon Ponsonby, 1st Viscount Ponsonby, GCB (c. 1770 – 21 February 1855) was a longtime British diplomat and politician. He was considered an exceptionally handsome man – reportedly he was almost lynched as an aristocrat in a Paris street by a revolutionary mob in the 1790s but saved by the intervention of a mob of women who saved him because he was so pretty.

  4. A monumental pillar, since destroyed in a storm, was later erected on the island in his memory. 34. Ponsonby retired from Malta in October 1836, citing ill health. 35 His sudden death in January 1837 occurred at the Wellesley Arms, Murrell Green, near Basingstoke, as he was sitting down to a meal. 36 Raikes reported that ‘the physicians long ...

  5. Major-General Sir William Ponsonby KCB (13 October 1772 – 18 June 1815) was an Anglo-Irish politician and British Army officer who served in the Peninsular War and was killed at the Battle of Waterloo.

  6. 7 de set. de 2017 · English: Major General the Hon. Sir William Ponsonby, K.C.B. M.P., Lt. Coll. of the Fifth Dragoon Guards printed by B. McQueen, August 26th, 1817

  7. Major-General Sir William Ponsonby KCB (13 October 1772:– 18 June 1815) was an Anglo-Irish politician and British Army officer who served in the Peninsular War and was killed at the Battle of Waterloo. Early life and education. He was the second son of William Ponsonby, who was created Baron Ponsonby of Imokilly in 1806, and Hon. Louisa ...