|Title:||Sir Charles Wolseley (1769-1846): The radical baronet|
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WOLSELEY, Sir CHARLES (1769–1846), seventh baronet, politician, born on 20 July 1769 at Wolseley Hall, Staffordshire, was son of Sir William Wolseley, sixth baronet, and Charlotte Chambers of Wimbledon. Sir Charles Wolseley (1630?–1714) was his ancestor. He was educated privately, and, as was customary, travelled on the continent before he reached manhood
Sir Charles Wolseley, 7th Baronet (20 July 1769 - 3 October 1846) was one of the Wolseley baronets of Staffordshire. In 1819 Wolseley was elected as Birmingham's "legislatorial representative" by a large pro-reform rally held there.
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Sir Charles Wolseley 7th Bt (20 July 1769-3 Oct 1846)) was the son of Sir William Wolseley and Charlotte Chambers. He m. (1) Mary Clifford (d. 16 July 1811), da. of Thomas Clifford of Tixal, Salop and Barbara Aston, da. and coheir of James Aston, 5th Baron Aston and (2) 2 July 1812 Anne Wright (d. 24 Oct 1838) da. of Anthony Wright and Anne Biddulph. Complete Baronetage v. 2 p. 63. General Registry Records Death October- December 1846 at Stafford 17. 97. More Genealogy Tools.
Charles Wolseley was born on 20 July 1769. 2 He is the son of Sir William Wolseley, 6th Bt. and Charlotte Barbara Chambers. 2 He married Mary Clifford, daughter of Hon. Thomas Clifford, on 13 December 1792. 2 He married Anne Wright on 2 July 1812. He died on 3 October 1846 at age 7. He was also known as 7th Baronet. 1 On 2 July 1812 married 2nd Anne (died 24 Oct 1838), youngest daughter of Anthony Wright, of Wealdside, Essex, and by her ha. Children of Charles Wolseley and Anne Wright. Charles Wolseley+2 b. 6 May 1813, d. 15 May 1854. Henry Wolseley2 b. 21 Oct 1819, d. 18 Aug 1843.
Sir Charles Wolseley, 7th Baronet (20 July 1769 - 3 October 1846) was one of the Wolseley baronets of Staffordshire. The practice of awarding baronetcies was originally introduced in England in the 14th century and was used by James I of England in 1611 as a means of raising funds. Their social rank is equivalent to the petty nobility in some countries.
Sir Charles Wolseley, 7th Baronet. AKA. Charles Wolseley. Also check out Sir Charles Wolseley, 7th Baronet's picture gallery.
7th Baronet - Sir Charles Wolseley, Robert Wolseley, Henry Wolseley. Sir William Wolseley, 6th Bt. was born on 24 August 1740. 1 He was the son of William Wolseley and Ann Fieldhouse. He married Charlotte Barbara Chambers, daughter of Zachary Chambers, on 2 July 1765. He died on 5 August 1817 at age 7. He was also known as 6th Baronet Wolseley. Children of Sir William Wolseley, 6th Bt. harles Wolseley+2 b. 20 Jul 1769, d. 3 Oct 1846. obert Wolseley2 b. 3 Aug 1770, d. 1 Sep 1815. enry Wolseley+2 b. 16 Aug 1771, d. 1836.
Sir Charles Wolseley, 7th Baronet (1769–1846). Sir Charles Wolseley, 8th Baronet (1813–1854). Sir Charles Michael Wolseley, 9th Baronet (1846–1931). Sir Edric Charles Joseph Wolseley, 10th Baronet (1886–1954). Sir Charles Garnet Richard Mark Wolseley, 11th Baronet (1944–2018). Sir Stephen Garnet Hugo Charles Wolseley, 12th Baronet (born 1980). The heir apparent is the present holder's son Nicholas William Garnet Wolseley (born 2010). Arms of Wolseley Baronets, of Mount Wolseley: Argent, a talbot passant gules, a crescent, for difference.
The Wolseley Baronetcy, of Wolseley in the County of Stafford, was created in the Baronetage of England on 24 November 1628 for Robert Wolseley, the member of an ancient Staffordshire family and a Colonel in Charles I's army. The second Baronet represented Oxfordshire, Staffordshire and Stafford in the House of Commons and was a member of Oliver Cromwell's House of Lords. The family seat was at Wolseley Park, Rugeley, Staffordshire. The old house Wolseley Hall was demolished in 1954 and the commercial ventures of the 11th Baronet created financial difficulties which led to the enforced sale of the estate in 1996. The Wolseley Baronetcy, of Mount Wolseley in the County of Carlow, was created in the Baronetage of Ireland on 19 January 1745 for Richard Wolseley, who sat as a member of the Irish House of Commons for Carlow. Sir Charles Wolseley, 7th Baronet (1769-1846).