Edward Russell, 3rd Earl of Bedford
|The Earl of Bedford|
|Father||Sir Francis Russell, Lord Russell|
|Born||20 December 1572|
|Died||3 May 1627|
Edward Russell, 3rd Earl of Bedford (20 December 1572 – 3 May 1627) was an English nobleman and politician. He was the son of Sir Francis Russell, Lord Russell and his wife, Eleanor Forster. He was the paternal grandson of Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford. His maternal grandparents were Sir John Forster of Bamburgh and Jane Radcliffe.
He died in 1627, aged 54 at Moor Park, Hertfordshire, England, without surviving issue, where he had resided since 1614. He was buried on 11 May 1627 in the 'Bedford Chapel' at St. Michael’s Church, Chenies, Buckinghamshire and his titles passed to his cousin, Francis Russell.
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- Collins, A. (1720). The Baronettage of England: Being an Historical and Genealogical Account of Baronets, from Their First Institution in the Reign of King James I. : Containing Their Descents, the Remarkable Actions and Employments of Them and Their Ancestors: as Also Their Marriages, Issue, &c. with Their Coats of Arms and Crests Engrav'd and Blazon'd, (Vol. 2, pp.121). London: W. Taylor. Google Books.
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Sir John Gilbert
|Custos Rotulorum of Devon
The Lord Russell of Thornhaugh
|Peerage of England|
|Earl of Bedford