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Edmund Cradock-Hartopp

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sir Edmund Cradock-Hartopp, 1st Baronet (21 April 1749 – 10 June 1833) was a British baronet and politician.

Life

Born Edmund Bunney, he was the son of Joseph Bunney and Mary Cradock in Freathby, Leicestershire.

He married in 1777, Anne, the daughter of Joseph Hurlock, Governor of Bencoolen and one of the Directors of the East India Company. Her mother was Anne, daughter of Sir John Hartopp,[1] last of the Hartopp baronets. Upon his marriage, Edmund Bunney changed his name to Cradock-Hartopp, as required by the wills of his maternal uncle Joseph Cradock and his wife's maternal grandfather.

He was High Sheriff of Leicestershire for 1781 and Member of Parliament for Leicestershire between 1798 and 1806.[2] In 1792 he acquired Four Oaks Hall, Sutton Coldfield, the town of which he was briefly Warden in 1823. He was awarded the Cradock-Hartopp baronetcy in 1796.

He died in Bristol in 1833 and was succeeded by his eldest surviving son Edmund.

Notes

  1. ^ Burke, John (1838). genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies of England.
  2. ^ "CRADOCK HARTOPP, Sir Edmund, 1st Bt. (1749-1833), of Four Oaks Hall, nr. Atherstone, Warws. and Freathby, Leics". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 24 March 2016.

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Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
William Pochin
George Anthony Legh-Keck
Member of Parliament for Leicestershire
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Parliament of the United Kingdom
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Preceded by
Parliament of Great Britain
Member of Parliament for Leicestershire
1801–1806
With: George Anthony Legh-Keck
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George Anthony Legh-Keck
Lord Robert Manners
Baronetage of Great Britain
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1796–1833
Succeeded by
Edmund Cradock-Hartopp
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