John Bonham-Carter (1788–1838)
The son of Sir John Carter (before 20 December 1741 – 18 May 1808, Mayor of Portsmouth, and son of John Carter, who was a merchant), he changed his name to Bonham-Carter in 1827 to inherit his cousin's estates. Bonham-Carter was a Justice of Peace and Deputy Lieutenant. He was High Sheriff of Hampshire in 1829 and Whig Member of Parliament (MP) for Portsmouth from 1816 to 1838.
- "thePeerage". Retrieved 22 January 2007.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by John Bonham-Carter
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Sir Thomas Miller
| Member of Parliament for Portsmouth
With: John Markham 1816–1818
Sir George Cockburn 1818–1820
John Markham 1820–1826
Francis Baring 1826–1838
Sir George Staunton
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