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Ernest Brudenell-Bruce

British politician

Died when: 75 years 283 days (909 months)
Star Sign: Capricorn

 

Ernest Brudenell-Bruce

{{Infobox officeholder| honorific-prefix = The Most Honourable| name = The Marquess of Ailesbury| honorific-suffix = PC| image = Marquess of Ailesbury Vanity Fair 9 October 1880.JPG| imagesize = 200px| caption = "Three Dowagers".

The Marquess of Ailesbury as caricatured by Théobald Chartran in Vanity Fair, October 1880.| order1 = Vice-Chamberlain of the Household| term_start1 = 7 September 1841| term_end1 = 29 June 1846| monarch1 = Victoria| primeminister1 = Sir Robert Peel, Bt| predecessor1 = Earl of Belfast| successor1 = Lord Edward Howard| term_start2 = 30 December 1852| term_end2 = 21 February 1858| monarch2 = Victoria| primeminister2 = The Earl of Aberdeen The Viscount Palmerston| predecessor2 = Viscount Newport| successor2 = Viscount Newport| birth_date = 8 January 1811 | birth_place = Warren's Hotel, St James's Square, London| death_date = 18 October 1886 (aged 75)| death_place = Savernake, Wiltshire | nationality = British| party = | alma_mater = Trinity College, Cambridge | spouse = Hon.

Louisa Horsley-Beresford (1814–1891)| children = 7| parents = [[Charles Brudenell-Bruce, 1st Marquess of AilesburyThe Hon.Henrietta Maria Hill}} Ernest Augustus Charles Brudenell-Bruce, 3rd Marquess of Ailesbury PC (8 January 1811 – 18 October 1886), styled Lord Ernest Bruce from 1821 until 1878, was a British courtier and politician.

He served as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household between 1841 and 1846 and again between 1852 and 1858.An MP for 46 years, he succeeded his elder brother in the marquessate in 1878.


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