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Sackville Beauclerk (1739 - bef. 1739)

Sackville Beauclerk
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European Aristocracy
Sackville Beauclerk was a member of the aristocracy in British Isles.


Sackville Beauclerk[1], the third son of Lord Vere Beauclerk, later Admiral and 1st Baron Vere of Hanworth, and his wife Mary Chambers was born 12 April 1739. He died as an infant and was buried 25 April 1739 at Hanworth in county Middlesex.

Through his father he was a great-grandson of King Charles II by his mistress, Nell Gwyn.


  1. The Wikipedia article for his father calls him Lord Sackville Beauclerk, but he had no rights to this title


  • Cokayne, G.E., White, Geoffrey H. & Lea, R.S. (eds.), (1959), The Complete Peerage: or a history of the House of Lords and all its members from the earliest times. vol 12, pt 2, London : St Catherine Press, p. 256, note a.

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