Frederick Hanbury-Tracy

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"gentle and liberal"
As caricatured by "Spy" (Leslie Ward) in Vanity Fair, 17 May 1884

The Hon. Frederick Stephen Archibald Hanbury-Tracy (15 September 1848 – 9 August 1906), was a British politician.

Hanbury-Tracy was a younger son of Thomas Hanbury-Tracy, 2nd Baron Sudeley, and his wife Emma Elizabeth Alicia, daughter of George Hay Dawkins-Pennant, of Baron Penrhyn's family. Charles Hanbury-Tracy, 4th Baron Sudeley, was his elder brother. He was educated privately and at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated BA.

He succeeded the latter as Member of Parliament for Montgomery in 1877, a seat he held until 1885, and again from 1886 to 1892.

Hanbury-Tracy married Helena Caroline Winnington in 1870, the only daughter of Sir Frederick T Winnington, 4t bart by Anna Helena Domville. They had issue:

  • Eric Hanbury-Tracy
  • Edith Julia Helena
  • Claud Sudeley Francis, an Army Major, he married Marcella Brice.
  • Cyprienne Emma Madeleine OBE[1]
  • Violet Mary Claudia
  • Hilda Adelaide Eleanor
  • Gwyneth Rose Coda

He died 9 August 1906, aged 57.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "No. 31114". The London Gazette (Supplement). 8 January 1919. p. 460. 
  • Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage (107th edition) editor Charles Mosley 2 volumes (London 2010)
  • Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage including Extinct, Dormant and Abeyant titles (London 1999)
  • G E Cokayne (ed.), Complete Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, 20 volumes (London 1937)

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Charles Hanbury-Tracy
Member of Parliament for Montgomery
1877–1885
Succeeded by
Pryce Pryce-Jones
Preceded by
Pryce Pryce-Jones
Member of Parliament for Montgomery
1886–1892
Succeeded by
Sir Pryce Pryce-Jones