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Edward Strutt, 1st Baron Belper

The Right Honourable
The Lord Belper
PC, FRS
Arms of Baron Belper
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
In office
3 January 1853 – 21 June 1854
Monarch Victoria
Prime Minister The Earl of Aberdeen
Preceded by Robert Adam Christopher
Succeeded by The Earl Granville
Personal details
Born 26 October 1801 (1801-10-26)
Derby, Derbyshire
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Eaton Square, Belgravia, London
Nationality British
Political party Liberal Party
Spouse(s) Amelia Otter (d. 1890)
Alma mater Trinity College, Cambridge

Edward Strutt, 1st Baron Belper Lord Aberdeen.

Contents

  • Background and education 1
  • Political career 2
  • Family 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Background and education

Born at St Helen's House Derby, Strutt was the only son of William Strutt, of St Helen's House, Derbyshire, and the grandson of Jedediah Strutt. His mother was Barbara, daughter of Thomas Evans.[1] He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was President of the Cambridge Union in 1821. Strutt graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1823 and a Master of Arts three years later.[2][3]

Political career

Strutt entered the Lord Aberdeen's coalition government.[3][7] He was sworn of the Privy Council in 1846[8] and in 1856 he was raised to the peerage as Baron Belper, of Belper, in the County of Derby.[9]

Strutt also held the honorary posts of High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire in 1850[3] and Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire between 1864 and 1880, having been previously a Deputy Lieutenant.[1][7] In 1860 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society and between 1871 and 1879, he was President of University College, London.[1]

Family

Memorial window to Lord Belper in the chancel of St Mary's Church, Nottingham. His coat of arms can be seen in the left hand light of the second tier.

Lord Belper married Amelia Harriet Otter, daughter of the Right Reverend William Otter, Bishop of Chichester, on 28 March 1837. They had several children. They were the parents of Henry Strutt, 2nd Baron Belper.

Children from the marriage were:

  • Hon. Caroline Strutt (d. 23 Jul 1926) married Sir Kenelm Edward Digby, son of Rev. Hon. Kenelm Henry Digby and Caroline Sheppard, on 30 August 1870.
  • Hon. Ellen Strutt (d. 31 Dec 1940) married George Murray Smith the Younger on 22 October 1885.
  • Hon. Sophia Strutt (d. 2 Dec 1928) married Sir Henry Denis Le Marchant, 2nd Baronet., son of Sir Denis Le Marchant, 1st Baronet, on 7 September 1869.
  • William Strutt (7 May 1838 - 19 Jan 1856) died in Bonn, Germany.
  • Henry Strutt, 2nd Baron Belper (20 May 1840 - 26 Jul 1914)
  • Hon. Arthur Strutt (3 Mar 1842 - 6 Feb 1877) married Alice Mary Elizabeth March Phillipps de Lisle, daughter of Ambrose Lisle March Phillipps De Lisle and Laura Maria Clifford, on 22 April 1873.

He built his family seat, Kingston Hall, Nottinghamshire and moved in 1846.

Lord Belper died at Eaton Square, Belgravia, London, in June 1880, aged 78, and was succeeded in the barony by his second but eldest surviving son, Henry.[1] A stained glass window was erected in the north side of the chancel in St. Mary's Church, Nottingham in his memory. Lady Belper died in December 1890.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i thepeerage.com Edward Strutt, 1st Baron Belper
  2. ^ "Strutt, Edward (STRT819E)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge. 
  3. ^ a b c Dod, Robert P. (1860). The Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage of Great Britain and Ireland. London: Whitaker and Co. p. 114. 
  4. ^ leighrayment.com House of Commons: Dagenham to Deritend
  5. ^ leighrayment.com House of Commons: Arundel to Ayrshire South
  6. ^ leighrayment.com House of Commons: Northampton North to Nuneaton
  7. ^ a b leighrayment.com Peerage: Basset de Sapcote to Benson
  8. ^ The London Gazette: no. 20656. p. 3835. 3 November 1846.
  9. ^ The London Gazette: no. 21915. p. 2868. 22 August 1856.

External links

  • Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Edward Strutt
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Samuel Crompton
Henry Cavendish
Member of Parliament for Derby
1830 – 1848
With: Henry Cavendish 1830–1835
Hon. John Ponsonby 1835–1847
Hon. Frederick Leveson-Gower 1847–1848
Succeeded by
Laurence Hayworth
Michael Thomas Bass
Preceded by
The Earl of Arundel
Member of Parliament for Arundel
1851 – 1852
Succeeded by
Lord Edward Fitzalan-Howard
Preceded by
Feargus O'Conner
Member of Parliament for Nottingham
1852 – 1856
Succeeded by
Charles Paget
Political offices
Preceded by
Robert Adam Christopher
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
1853 – 1854
Succeeded by
The Earl Granville
Honorary titles
Preceded by
The Duke of Newcastle
Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire
1864 – 1880
Succeeded by
The Duke of St Albans
Preceded by
Granville Harcourt-Vernon
High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire
1850
Succeeded by
John Francklin
Peerage of the United Kingdom
New creation Baron Belper
1856 – 1880
Succeeded by
Henry Strutt
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