Arthur Stanhope, 6th Earl Stanhope

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Arthur Philip Stanhope, 6th Earl Stanhope (13 September 1838 – 19 April 1905), was a British Conservative Party politician. From 1855 to 1875 he was styled Viscount Mahon. He sat for a few months of 1868 as a Member of Parliament for Leominster and returned to the Commons as member for Suffolk East from 1870 to 1875. He was Chairman of the National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations in 1875.[1]

Viscount Mahon succeeded to the title of Earl Stanhope on the death of his father on 24 December 1875. He married Evelyn Pennefather, daughter of Richard Pennefather of Knockeevan, County Tipperary and Lady Emily Butler, daughter of Richard Butler, 1st Earl of Glengall. He was succeeded by his son, James Richard Stanhope.

He was Lord Lieutenant of Kent from 1890 to 1905.

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  1. ^ Cook & Keith, 'British Historical Facts 1830-1900', 1975 P.93

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Arthur Walsh
Richard Arkwright
Member of Parliament for Leominster
1868
With: Richard Arkwright
Succeeded by
Richard Arkwright
Preceded by
John Henniker-Major
Frederick Snowdon Corrance
Member of Parliament for East Suffolk
1870–1875
With: Frederick Snowdon Corrance 1870–1874
The Lord Rendlesham 1874–1875
Succeeded by
The Lord Rendlesham
Frederick St John Newdigate Barne
Party political offices
Preceded by
Henry Cecil Raikes
Chairman of the National Union of
Conservative and Constitutional Associations

1875
Succeeded by
Lord Claud Hamilton
Honorary titles
Preceded by
The Earl Sydney
Lord Lieutenant of Kent
1890–1905
Succeeded by
The Marquess Camden
Peerage of Great Britain
Preceded by
Philip Henry Stanhope
Earl Stanhope
1875–1905
Succeeded by
James Richard Stanhope