WINN ALLANSON, Charles, 2nd Lord Headley [I] (1784-1840), of Aghadoe House, nr. Killarney, co. Kerry.

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1790-1820, ed. R. Thorne, 1986
Available from Boydell and Brewer

Constituency

Dates

1806 - 1807
1807 - 16 Mar. 1808
19 Apr. 1811 - 1812

Family and Education

b. 25 June 1784, 1st s. of Sir George Allanson Winn, 1st Bt.*, by 2nd w. educ. Eton c.1797-1802; Trinity Coll. Camb. 1802. m. 19 Nov. 1825, Anne née Matthews, s.p. suc. fa. as 2nd Lord Headley [I] 9 Apr. 1798; his distant cos. Sir Edmund Mark Winn as 8th Bt. June 1833, but not in the estates.

Offices Held

Biography

Headley was one of the young contenders for Pitt’s seat for Cambridge University in 1806, proposed by Pitt’s friends at Trinity College, but he made way for Palmerston.1 At the general election that year he was returned for Ripon on the Allanson interest, like his late father. He was listed among the staunch friends of the abolition of the slave trade. A defaulter on 2 Mar. 1807, he obtained six weeks’ leave to visit his Irish estates two days later, having served on the Thetford election committee.