MP John Wharton

MP John Wharton

Male 1765 - 1843  (77 years)

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  • Name John Wharton 
    Title MP 
    Nickname John Hall-Stevenson 
    Born 21 Jun 1765 Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 29 May 1843
    Person ID I17703 Wharton One Name Study
    Last Modified 2 May 2017 

    Father Joseph William Hall-Stevenson,   b. 1741,   d. 1786  (Age 45 years) 
    Mother Anne Foster,   b. Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F3855 Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Susan Mary Anne Lambton 
    Married 14 Oct 1790
    Children 
     1. Susan Hall-Stevenson
     2. Margaret Hall-Stevenson
    Last Modified 2 May 2017 13:10:57 
    Family ID F3969 Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Documents
    Page 303 of Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal - Mortimer Percy Volume by The Marquis of Ruvigny and Ranieval
  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 21 Jun 1765 - Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes 
    • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wharton_(MP_for_Beverley)

      John Wharton (born John Hall-Stevenson) (21 June 1765 ? 29 May 1843) was a British landowner and MP.

      He was born the eldest son of Joseph William Hall-Stevenson of Skelton, in the North Riding of Yorkshire and educated at the Royal School, Armagh, Trinity College, Dublin and Lincoln's Inn. He succeeded his father in 1786, inheriting the ruinous Skelton Castle.

      In 1788 he took the surname of Wharton only by sign manual on succeeding to the fortune and estates of his aunt Mrs Margaret Wharton.

      He then demolished the old Skelton Castle and between 1788 and 1817 built a similarly named Gothic country house in its place.

      He served as the Whig MP for Beverley from 1790 to 1796 and again from 1802 to 1826. By 1829 he was in debt and spent the next 14 years in the Fleet Debtors Prison, where he died childless in 1843.

      He had married Susan Mary Anne, the daughter of General John Lambton of Lambton, County Durham. He had two daughters who both predeceased him and was succeeded by his nephew, John Thomas Wharton.
    • http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1790-1820/member/wharton-john-1765-1843