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Charlotte Alston (Mordaunt)

Also Known As: "Albin"
Birthdate: (56)
Birthplace: Turvey, Bedford, England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Long Ditton, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Mordaunt, 1st Viscount Mordaunt and Elizabeth Mordaunt
Wife of Benjamin Albin and Sir Joseph Alston, 3rd Baronet Alston
Sister of Sophia Hamilton; General Sir Charles Mordaunt, 3rd Earl Peterborough; Rev. Hon. George Mordaunt; Lt-Gen the Hon. Harry Mordaunt, MP; Osmond Mordaunt and 2 others

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About Charlotte Alston

From The Genealogical Magazine. (2017). Google Books. Retrieved 16 March 2017, from page 156

After her death Sir Joseph Alston remarried Lady Charlotte Mordaunt, widow of Benjamin Albyn, and sister of Charles, third Earl of Peterborough, the celebrated Peninsular Commander-in-Chief, and last of the “ Knights-errant,” as Macaulay calls him.


From A Genealogical History of the Dormant. (2017). Google Books. Retrieved 16 March 2017, from page 380

John Mordaunt; this gentleman obtained great fame by his zeal in the cause of King Charles II., and stood a trial during the usurpation for his exertions in behalf of the exiled monarch, but upon which he was acquitted, by the connivance chiefly, as stated by Lord Clarendon, of the celebrated John Lisle, the presiding judge. The other judges were equally divided as to the guilt or innocence of Mr. Mordaunt, and the president gave the casting vote in his favour. He supseqently made several daring but fruitless attempts to restore the king, and for all those faithful services was, eventually, elevated to the peerage, 10 July, 1659, as Baron Mordaunt, of Rygott, со. Surrey, and Viscount Mordaunt, of Avalon, in Somersetshire. His lordship and Sir John Grenvile, were the bearers of the letters which the king, prior to his restoration, addressed to Monk, to parliament, and to the corporation of London. His lordship, after the Restoration, was constituted constable of Windsor Castle, and appointed lord lieutenant, and custos rotulorum of со. Surrey.

He m. Elizabeth, dau. and sole heiress of Thomas Carey, 2nd son of Robert, Earl of Monmouth, by whom he had five sons and three dau's:

1 Charlotte, m. to Benjamin Albin, Esq.


From Historical Anecdotes of the Families of the Boleynes, Careys, Mordaunts, Hamiltons, and Jocelyns, arranged as an elucidation of the Genealogical Chart at Tollymore Park, etc. (2017). Google Books. Retrieved 16 March 2017, from page 69

CHARLOTTE MORDAUNT, the eldest daughter of Lord Mordaunt, married Benjamin Albin, but I know nothing more of her; her sister, Mrs. Hamilton, mentions her casually in her letters, which are among the old papers at Tollymore Park.


From http://thepeerage.com/p51676.htm#i516752 (wrong parents shown)

Children of Charlotte Shipley and Benjamin Albin

  1. Carey Shipley2 d. 4 Jan 1713/14
  2. Sophia Shipley2
  3. Anne Albin2

Citations

  1. [S37] BP2003 volume 2, page 2772. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
  2. [S37] BP2003. [S37]
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Charlotte Alston's Timeline

1660
1660
Turvey, Bedford, England, United Kingdom
1716
June 1716
Age 56
Long Ditton, Surrey, England, United Kingdom