Dugdale Stratford Dugdale

Dugdale Stratford Dugdale (1773–1836) was a Member of Parliament for Warwickshire from 1802 to 1831.[1]

Dugdale Stratford Dugdale
Member of Parliament
for Warwickshire
In office
1802–1831
Preceded bySir John Mordaunt
Succeeded byRichard Spooner
Personal details
Born
Dugdale Stratford Dugdale

1773
Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom
Died5 Nov 1836
Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom
Political partyIndependent
Spouse(s)Charlotte Curzon
ChildrenWilliam Stratford Dugdale

Early lifeEdit

Dugdale Stratford Dugdale was the first surviving son of Richard Geast (later Dugdale), barrister, of Blythe Hall, by Penelope Bate Stratford, the daughter of Francis Stratford of Merevale Hall.

Political careerEdit

Dugdale was returned unopposed for the constituency of Warwickshire in 1802, which he went on to serve for 29 years.

Personal lifeEdit

On 27 June 1799 he married Hon. Charlotte Curzon (d. 30 Dec. 1832), daughter of Assheton Curzon, 1st Viscount Curzon, with whom he had a son, the Conservative MP William Stratford Dugdale

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Escott, Margaret. "DUGDALE, Dugdale Stratford (?1773-1836), of Merevale Hall, Alcester, Warws. and 23 Lower Brook Street, Mdx. | History of Parliament Online". History of Parliament Online. Institute of Historical Research. Retrieved 21 October 2018.