David Lytton-Cobbold, 2nd Baron Cobbold
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David Antony Fromanteel Lytton-Cobbold, 2nd Baron Cobbold, DL (born 14 July 1937) is one of the ninety hereditary peers elected to remain in the House of Lords after the passing of the House of Lords Act 1999 and replaced Myrtle Robertson, 11th Baroness Wharton on 15 October 2000.
Education and career
David Cobbold was an executive in the International Banking Department of Bank of London and South America (BOLSA) in the late 1960s, under Edward Clifton-Brown. BOLSA was one of the first banks in the Eurodollar market, developed by Sir George Bolton, Chairman of BOLSA. He was increasingly drawn into the management of Knebworth House, for public events, so he left banking and dedicated himself to the house and estate.
Lytton-Cobbold inherited the title Baron Cobbold on 1 November 1987. He married Christine Elizabeth Stucley, on 7 January 1961, and they had four children. His heir, and current occupier of the family seat Knebworth House, is the Hon. Henry Fromanteel Lytton-Cobbold.
He was born David Antony Fromanteel Cobbold, but changed his name by deed poll on 4 December 1960.
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