Sir Charles Monck, 6th Baronet
Sir Charles Miles Lambert Monck, 6th Baronet (7 April 1779 – 20 July 1867) succeeded to the Baronetcy of Belsay Castle on the death of his father in 1795. Born with the surname Middleton, he adopted the surname of his maternal grandfather Laurence Monck of Caenby Hall, Caenby, Lincolnshire who died in 1798, to inherit his estate. He was educated at Rugby School and by private tutors at Caenby.
Monck was an avid Hellenist and in 1817, with the assistance of architect John Dobson, he completed the building of an impressive new mansion house in Greek Revival style, Belsay Hall, adjacent to Belsay Castle in Northumberland.
He married twice; firstly in 1804 to Louisa Lucia Cook and secondly in 1831 to Mary Elizabeth Bennett. He outlived his son, Charles Atticus Monck (1805–1856), who was born in Athens, and was succeeded by his grandson Arthur.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Sir Charles Monck
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
Thomas Richard Beaumont
| Member of Parliament for Northumberland
With: Thomas Richard Beaumont 1812–1818
Thomas Wentworth Beaumont 1818–1820
Thomas Wentworth Beaumont
Charles John Brandling
|Baronetage of England|
(of Belsay Castle)