1749 - 1806
Fox, 3rd son. He entered Parliament in 1768. In July 1782 he resigned citing undue royal influence. He drew up "Fox's Bill for the Reform of the East India Company", which was defeated in November 1783. He was instrumental in abolishing the Slave Trade.
|Born: Westminster, London, England 24th Jan 1749 ||Baptised: St. Nicholas, Chiswick, , , , England c. 1749 |
|Died: Chiswick House, Chiswick, London, England 13th Sep 1806 ||Buried: Westminster Abbey, , , , England 1806 |
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Fox Funk and Wagnall's Encyclopaedia, CD ROm version