Manners-Sutton, Tory M.P. (1806-35). Speaker of the House of Commons from 1817. Venn's entry reads: Manners-Sutton, Charles. College: TRINITY Entered: Michs. 1798 Born: Died: July 21, 1845 Adm. pens. (age 18) at TRINITY, July 4, 1798; `from Queens' College,' but no record of his admission found there. (Eldest] s. of the Rt. Rev. Charles (above), Bishop of Norwich, of Screveton, Notts. (B. Jan. 29, 1780.) School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1798; B.A. 1802; M.A. 1805; LL.D. 1824. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 19, 1802. Called to the Bar, May 9, 1806. On the Western Circuit. Bencher, 1817. M.P. for Scarborough, 1806-32; for the University, 1833, 1835. Judge Advocate-General, 1809. P.C., 1809. Speaker of the House of Commons, 1817-35. Created Baron Bottesford of Bottesford, and Viscount Canterbury, 1835. G.C.B., 1833. Married (1) July 8, 1811, Lucy Maria Charlotte, eldest daughter of John Denison, of Ossington, Notts., and had issue; (2) Dec. 6, 1828, Ellen, widow of John Home-Purves, of Purves Hall, Berwicks., and daughter of Edmund Power, of Curragheen, Co. Waterford, and had further issue, one daughter. Died July 21, 1845. Father of Charles John (next) and John H. T. (1831). (D.N.B.; Burke, P. and B.) Burke's Commoners has an entry.