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Charles Garth, Member of Parliament (MP), Colonial Agent in pre-revolutionary America, was born in about 1734, son of John Garth MP and Rebecca, daughter of John Brompton and granddaughter of Sir Richard Raynsford, Lord chief justice of the King's bench.
- Crown Agent for South Carolina, Georgia, briefly Maryland circa 1763–1775
- 1764 Succeeded father as MP for Devizes, re-elected 1765, 1768, 1780. His Devizes Home was Brownston House  - a grade 1 listed building.
- Relinquished seat in November 1780 to become HM Commissioner for Exercise.
- Recorder of Devizes
- As of 1764, wife Fanny, daughter of John Cooper of Cumberwell.
- Brother Gen. Thomas Garth (1744–1829) chief equerry to King George III
- Brother Gen. George Garth (c. 1735–1819) British general in the American Revolutionary War, Colonel of the 17th Regiment of Foot
- Son Capt. Thomas Garth (Royal Navy),who married Charlotte Maitland, daughter of General Frederick Maitland.
- LB Namier, The English Historical Review, volume 54, 1939.
- The Annual Register, Edmund Burke, 1830
- Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine, 1819, page 506
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and William Willy
|Member of Parliament for Devizes
Served alongside: William Willy (1764–1765)
James Sutton (1765–1780)
Sir James Tylney Long, Bt. (1780–1780)
Sir James Tylney Long, Bt.
and Henry Jones