Henry Paget, 4th Marquess of Anglesey

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The Most Honourable
The Marquess of Anglesey
Bt, PC
Henry Paget, 4th Marquis of Anglesey (1835-98).jpg
Paget, in about 1885, by Welsh photographer John Thomas
In office
3 January 1880 – 13 October 1898
Monarch Victoria
Succeeded by 5th Marquess of Anglesey
Personal details
Born 25 December 1835 (1835-12-25)
Died 13 October 1898 (1898-10-14) (aged 62)
Nationality British
Political party Whig
Spouse(s)

Elisabeth Norman Blanche Mary Boyd

Mary Livingstone Key

Henry Paget, 4th Marquess of Anglesey Bt, PC, (25 December 1835 – 13 October 1898) was a British peer. He served as Vice-Admiral of the Coast, North Wales and Carmarthenshire, and was an Honorable Colonel of the 2nd Volunteer Battalion of Royal Welsh Fusiliers.[1]

Background[edit]

Anglesey was the second son of Henry Paget, 2nd Marquess of Anglesey, by his second wife Henrietta Bagot, fourth daughter of Charles Bagot.[2] On 30 January 1880 he succeeded to the titles of 5th Earl of Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 7th Baronet Bayly of Plas Newydd, Anglesey and Mount Bagenall, and 13th Lord Paget, of Beaudesert. He owned a large part of the County of Anglesey. He married firstly Elizabeth Norman, secondly Blanche Mary Boyd and thirdly from 1880 an American heiress, Mary "Minna" Livingston King, the widow of Hon. Henry Wodehouse.

References[edit]

Peerage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Henry Paget
Marquess of Anglesey
1880–1898
Succeeded by
Henry Paget