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Herbert John 
Gladstone
1854 - post 1910


Herbert John 
Gladstone
, M.P. for Leeds (1880). On 17 December 1885, Herbert revealed to the press that his father was dedicated to achieving Home Rule for Ireland: the incident has become known as the 'Hawarden Kite'. Herbert Gladstone's announcement did nothing to endear his father to the Liberals or the Irish and gave the Conservatives another stick with which to beat the elderly statesman. sat in parliament for Leeds from 1880 to 1910, and filled various offices, being home secretary 1905-1910; in 1910 he was created Viscount Gladstone, on being appointed governor-general of united South Africa.

Born: 7th Jan 1854Baptised:
Died: post 1910Buried:
Family:
Gladstone

Ancestors
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1.
Herbert John 
Gladstone
1854 - post 1910
2.
William Ewart 
Gladstone
(
Glynne
) 1809 - 1898
4.
Sir John 
Gladstone
(
Hall
,
Robertson
) 1764 - 1851
5.
Anne Mackenzie 
Robertson
(
Gladstone
) 1772 - 1835
3.
Catherine 
Glynne
(
Gladstone
) 1812 - 1900
6.
Sir Stephen Richard 
Glynne
(
Neville
) 1780 - 1815
7.
Mary 
Neville
(
Glynne
) 1786 - post 1813

Siblings


1.
William Henry 
Gladstone
(
Stuart
) 1840 - 1891
2.
Agnes 
Gladstone
(
Wickham
) 1843 - post 1911
3.
Mary 
Gladstone
(
Drew
) 1844 - post 1881
4.
Rev. Stephen Edward 
Gladstone
(
Wilson
) 1844 - post 1885
5.
Catherine Jessy 
Gladstone
1846 - 1850
6.
Helen 
Gladstone
1850 - post 1899
7.
Henry Neville 
Gladstone
1852 - post 1890

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7th Jan 1854Born (birth)
Apr 1881Brother-in-law in 1881 census (census) Sandhurst, Berks., England
post 1910Died (death)
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