Charles Mills (1755–1826)
Charles Mills (13 July 1755 – 29 January 1826) was a British Member of Parliament and a Director of the British East India Company.
He was the second son of the Revd. John Mills, rector of Barford and Oxhill, Warwickshire and educated at Rugby. He was a partner in the private bank Glyn's and from 1785 to 1815 was also a director of the East India Company, later deputy chairman.
He married his sister-in-law Jane, the daughter of the Hon. Wriothesley Digby of Meriden, Warwickshire. He had no children and was succeeded by his nephews.
- "MILLS, Charles (1755-1826), of 12 Mansfield Street, Marylebone, Mdx. and Barford, Warws.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 2 April 2013.
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1802 – 1826
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