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  1. Sir Robert Cavendish Spencer KCH (1791–1830) was an English officer of the Royal Navy. Well connected by birth, he made a naval career, which attracted the sons of the nobility and also of those from naval backgrounds, to serve under him and, despite liberal politics, worked as a reforming administrator with the future William IV ...

  2. 30 de abr. de 2022 · Death: November 04, 1830 (39) Place of Burial: Malta. Immediate Family: Son of George Spencer, 2nd Earl Spencer and Lady Lavinia Bingham, Countess Spencer. Brother of John Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl Spencer; Sarah Lyttelton, Baroness Lyttelton; Hon. Richard Spencer; William Spencer; Harriet Spencer and 3 others.

    • Althorpe, Norfolk, England
    • Malta
    • November 04, 1830 (39)
    • October 24, 1791
  3. Discover life events, stories and photos about Capt. Robert Cavendish Spencer (1791–1830) of Althorp, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom.

  4. Sir Robert Cavendish Spencer KCH was an English officer of the Royal Navy. Well connected by birth, he made a naval career, which attracted the sons of the nobility and also of those from naval backgrounds, to serve under him and, despite liberal politics, worked as a reforming administrator with the future William IV of the United Kingdom.

  5. SIR ROBERT CAVENDISH SPENCER. Knight Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, and a Groom of the Bedchamber to H.R.H. the Duke of Clarence. [ Post-Captain of 1814. ] This officer is the second surviving son of Earl Spencer, K.G. formerly First Lord of the Admiralty, by Lady Lavinia Bingham, eldest daughter of Charles, first Earl of Lucan.

  6. SPENCER, Sir ROBERT CAVENDISH (1791–1830), captain in the navy, born on 24 Oct. 1791, was third son of George John, second earl Spencer [q. v.], and brother of John Charles Spencer, viscount Althorp and third earl Spencer [q. v.]

  7. 11 de jan. de 2015 · The Spy Who Led the British to the Back Door of New Orleans in 1814. Because he was multilingual and adept at spying, the 23-year-old Capt. Robert Cavendish Spencer, an ancestor of the current British royal family, was one of the most valuable assets the British forces had during their 1814-1815 campaign to take New Orleans during ...