Frederick William Cadogan

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Frederick William Cadogan DL, JP (16 December 1821 – 30 November 1904),[1] styled The Honourable from 1831, was a British barrister and Liberal politician.

He was the fourth son of George Cadogan, 3rd Earl Cadogan and his wife Honoria Louisa Blake, daughter of Joseph Blake and sister of Joseph Blake, 1st Baron Wallscourt.[2] Cadogan was educated at Westminster School and then at Oriel College, Oxford.[3] He was called to the bar by the Inner Temple in 1847 and practised in the Northern Circuit.[3]

Having unsuccessfully stood for Bridgnorth in 1852 and for Stafford five years later,[3] Cadogan entered the British House of Commons in 1868, sitting as Member of Parliament (MP) for Cricklade until 1874.[1] He was a Deputy Lieutenant for Middlesex and represented the same county as well as Westminster as a Justice of the Peace.[4]

On 29 November 1851, Cadogan married Lady Adelaide Paget, eight daughter of Henry Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey.[5] They had three daughters and a son.[6]


  1. ^ a b "Leigh Rayment - British House of Commons, Cricklade". Retrieved 11 October 2009. 
  2. ^ Walford, Edward (1860). The County Families of the United Kingdom. London: Robert Hardwicke. p. 97. 
  3. ^ a b c Debrett, John (1870). Robert Henry Mair, ed. Debrett's House of Commons and Judicial Bench. London: Dean & Son. pp. 45–46. 
  4. ^ Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles (1895). Armorial families. Edinburgh: Grange Publishing Works. p. 165. 
  5. ^ Lodge, Edmund (1859). The Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (28th ed.). London: Hurst and Blackett. p. 91. 
  6. ^ "ThePeerage - Hon. Frederick William Cadogan". Retrieved 15 February 2009. 

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Sir Daniel Gooch
Ambrose Lethbridge Goddard
Member of Parliament for Cricklade
With: Sir Daniel Gooch
Succeeded by
Sir Daniel Gooch
Ambrose Lethbridge Goddard