William Mundy (MP)

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William Mundy
Ramsay Richard Reinagle - Francis Noel Clarke Mundy and His Grandson, William Mundy (1809) - Google Art Project.jpg
Mundy(with his grandfather Francis Noel Clarke Mundy by Ramsay Richard Reinagle)
Born14 September 1801
Died20 April 1877[1]
Known forPolitics
PredecessorFrancis Mundy
Spouse(s)Harriett Georgiana Frampton
ChildrenFrancis Noel Mundy
Parent(s)Francis Mundy and Sarah

William Mundy (14 September 1801 – 20 April 1877) was the son of Francis Mundy, a member of parliament for South Derbyshire. He was a justice of the peace, MP and, in 1844, High Sheriff of Derbyshire.


Mundy was the son of Francis Mundy a member of parliament for Derbyshire. His sister, Constance, was married to William Henry Fox Talbot, the photographer.[2]

His sister, Laura, died on 1 September 1842 in London.[3] In 1856 he was the President of Derby Town and County Museum and Natural History Society. The society's collection's grew and in 1856 they were first offered to the town by Mundy, but the offer was rejected.[4]


  1. ^ Melville Henry Massue marquis de Ruvigny et Raineval (1 January 1994). The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal: Being a Complete Table of All the Descendants Now Living of Edward III, King of England. The Anne of Exeter volume. Genealogical Publishing Company. p. 707. ISBN 978-0-8063-1433-4.
  2. ^ Foxtalbot letters accessed 5 June 2008
  3. ^ " The Gentleman's Magazine], p.441, 1842, accessed 5 June 2008
  4. ^ Newsletter of the Geological Curators Club, Vol 1, No. 8, 1976. Retrieved 26 February 2011.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Edward Miller Mundy
Charles Robert Colvile
Member of Parliament for South Derbyshire
With: Charles Robert Colvile
Succeeded by
Charles Robert Colvile
Thomas William Evans
Preceded by
Charles Robert Colvile
Thomas William Evans
Member of Parliament for South Derbyshire
With: Thomas William Evans
Succeeded by
Thomas William Evans
Charles Robert Colvile
Honorary titles
Preceded by
James Sutton
High Sheriff of Derbyshire
Succeeded by
Sir John Cave-Browne-Cave Bt