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  1. John Russell, 1st Earl of Bedford KG PC JP (c. 1485 – 14 March 1555) was an English royal minister in the Tudor era. He served variously as Lord High Admiral and Lord Privy Seal.

  2. John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford, KG, PC, FRS (30 September 1710 – 5 January 1771) was a British Whig statesman and peer who served as the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland from 1757 to 1761. A leading member of the Whig party during the Seven Years' War, he negotiated the 1763 Treaty of Paris which ended the conflict.

  3. John Russell, 4th duke of Bedford (born Sept. 30, 1710—died Jan. 15, 1771, Woburn, Bedfordshire, Eng.) was the leader of the “Bedford Whigs,” a major parliamentary force in the third quarter of the 18th century in England.

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  4. 26 de mai. de 1999 · John Russell, 1st earl of Bedford (born c. 1485—died March 14, 1555, London, England) was the founder of the wealth and greatness of the house of Russell. He was a favourite of England’s Henry VIII and was created earl of Bedford during the reign of Edward VI.

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  5. John Russell, 6th Duke of Bedford, KG, PC, FSA (6 July 1766 – 20 October 1839), known as Lord John Russell until 1802, was a British Whig politician who notably served as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in the Ministry of All the Talents.

  6. Russell, John (1710–71), 4th duke of Bedford , politician and lord lieutenant of Ireland, was born 30 September 1710 at the family seat at Streatham, Surrey, England, second son of Wriothesley Russell (d. 1711), 2nd duke of Bedford, and Elizabeth Russell (née Howland).

  7. Bedford, John Russell, 4th duke of (171071). Succeeding to one of the wealthiest dukedoms in Britain in 1732, Bedford developed a political following which made him a valuable catch for any ministry.