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Michael Edward Hicks-Beach

Birthplace: London
Death: Died in London
Place of Burial: All Saints, Fittleton, Wilts.
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, 8th Baronet and Harriett Vittoria Hicks-Beach
Husband of Lucy Catherine, Countess St Aldwyn
Father of Michael Hicks-Beach, styled Viscount Quenington
Brother of William Frederick Hicks-Beach; Caroline Julia Hicks-Beach; Alice Mary Barneby; Henrietta Maria Baker; Emily Georgiana Jane Fuller and 2 others

Occupation: Chancellor of the Exchequer 1885-6
Managed by: Michael Lawrence Rhodes
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About Michael Hicks-Beach, 1st Earl St Aldwyn


Member of Parliament (Conservative) for East Gloucestershire 1864-85 and for West Bristol 1885-1906; Secretary to the Poor Law Board 1868; Under Secretary to the Home Office 1868; Chief Secretary for Ireland 1874-78 and 1886-87; Privy Councillor [UK] 1874 and [I] 1874; Secretary of State for the Colonies 1878-80; Provincial Grand Master for Gloucestershire Freemasons 1880-1916; Chancellor of the Exchequer 1885-86 and 1895-1902; President of the Board of Trade 1888-92; Church Estates Commissioner 1892-95 and 1908; Independent Chairman of the South Wales Coal Trade Conciliation Board 1904-15; High Steward of the City of Gloucester


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Michael Hicks-Beach, 1st Earl St Aldwyn's Timeline

October 23, 1837
Age 39
April 30, 1916
Age 78
April 30, 1916
Age 78
All Saints, Fittleton, Wilts.