Mahon

Viscount Philip Henry Mahon

Rush ID: 9027

Details

Born:
30 January 1805
Died:
24 December 1875
Birth place:
Walmer, Kent, U.K.
Gender:
Male
Ethnicity:
White
Religion:
Unknown
Aristocratic connections:
true
Formative occupation:
Writer / Journalist
Election occupation:
Writer / Journalist
Parentage:
4th Earl Stanhope and Catherine Lucy Smith
Notes:
None
Knighthood/Dame:
False
HighestOffice:
Cabinet minister
Who's Who volume:
1

References

Rush ID:
9027
MNIS ID:
Not set
Wikidata Entity ID:
Q286118
Parliament ID:
Not set

Name changes

  1. MAHON, Viscount (1805-1875)
  2. STANHOPE, Philip (1805-1875) **

Alternative names

  1. Philip (Philip Henry) Stanhope (family name)

    1805 - 1875

    family name; assumed title Viscount Mahon on father's succession as Earl in 1816

Peerages

  1. 5th Earl Stanhope

    Hereditary

    1855

Constituencies

  1. Hertford

    Party: Conservative
    Year of election: 1835
    Date of election: 6 January 1835
    Nature of election: General election
    Nature of service: Re-entry
    Year of exit: 1852
    Date of exit: 7 July 1852
    Party: Conservative
    Nature of exit: Electoral defeat
    Sponsorship: None known
    Constituency connections: None known
    Notes: None
  2. Hertford

    Party: Conservative
    Year of election: 1832
    Date of election: 10 December 1832
    Nature of election: General election
    Nature of service: Continuation
    Year of exit: 1833*
    Date of exit: c. 1833*
    Party: Conservative
    Nature of exit: Disqualification
    Sponsorship: None known
    Constituency connections: None known
    Notes: Also MP for Wootton Basset from 1830.

Ministerial offices

  1. Under-Secretary 1834-1835

    Foreign Office

  2. Secretary to the Board of Control 1845-1846

Schools

  1. Private tuition

Marriages

  1. Kerrison, Emily

    Year: 1834

Relationships

  1. Father of Mahon

  2. Related by marriage to Edward Kerrison

  3. Father of Edward Stanhope

Parties

  1. Conservative Party member

Clubs

  1. Carlton Club

  2. Athenaeum