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  1. William Wellesley-Pole, 3rd Earl of Mornington, GCH, PC, PC (Ire) (20 May 1763 – 22 February 1845), known as Lord Maryborough between 1821 and 1842, was an Anglo-Irish politician and an elder brother of the Duke of Wellington.

  2. Pole, William Wellesley- (1763–1845), 3rd earl of Mornington , chief secretary for Ireland, was born William Wesley on 20 May 1763 at Dangan Castle, Co. Meath, second of four sons of Garret Wesley (qv), professor of music, politician, and 1st earl of Mornington, and Anne Wesley (née Hill-Trevor).

  3. 27 de abr. de 2022 · The deceased nobleman, William Wellesley Pole, third Earl of Mornington, Viscount Wellesley, and Baron Maryborough, was brother to the Duke of Wellington and Lord Cowley. He is succeeded by William Wellesley Pole, who married 14th March, 1812, Catherine, only daughter and heiress of the late Sir James Tylney Long, Baronet, upon which ...

  4. An elder brother of the Duke of Wellington, William Wellesley Pole was appointed Master of the Royal Mint in 1814. He took control of an ancient institution which had recently vacated its cramped traditional home within the walls of the Tower of London and re-established itself in specially-designed and newly-equipped buildings on nearby Tower ...

  5. As indicated in the inscription on the reverse of the portrait medal, William Wellesley Pole was not just a business minded man who wanted the Mint to have the most efficient and profitable...

  6. William Wellesley-Pole, 3.º Conde de Mornington GCH PC (20 de maio de 1763 – 22 de fevereiro de 1845), conhecido como Lord Maryborough entre 1821 e 1842, era um político anglo-irlandês e um irmão mais velho do Duque de Wellington.

  7. William Wellesley-Pole, 3.º Conde de Mornington GCH PC , conhecido como Lord Maryborough entre 1821 e 1842, era um político anglo-irlandês e um irmão mais velho do Duque de Wellington. Seu sobrenome mudou duas vezes: ele nasceu com o nome de Wesley, que ele mudou de Wesley-Pole seguinte uma herança em 1781.