MUNDY, Edward Miller (1750-1822), of Shipley Hall, nr. Ilkeston, Derbys.

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1754-1790, ed. L. Namier, J. Brooke., 1964
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1784 - 18 Oct. 1822

Family and Education

b. 18 Oct. 1750, o.s. of Edward Mundy by Hester, da. and h. of Humphrey Miller of Shipley Hall. His sis. Hester m. Sir Roger Newdigate.  educ. Eton 1762-7.  m. (1) Frances (d. 1783), da. and coh. of Godfrey Meynell of Yeldersley, Derbys., 5s. 1da.; (2) 14 Jan. 1788, Georgiana (d. 29 June 1789), da. and eventually h. of Evelyn Chadwick of West Leake, Notts., wid. of Thomas Willoughby, 4th Baron Middleton, 1da., (3) 19 Oct. 1811, Catherine, da. of Nathaniel Coffin of Bristol, wid. of Richard Barwell, 1s.  suc. father 1767, mother 1767.

Offices Held


In 1784 Mundy was nominated for Derbyshire as the candidate of the country gentlemen, and returned without a contest. He voted for parliamentary reform, 18 Apr. 1785, but opposed Pitt on Richmond’s fortifications plan, 27 Feb. 1786, and on the Regency. There is no record of his having spoken in the House before 1790.

He died 18 Oct. 1822.

Ref Volumes: 1754-1790

Author: John Brooke