ESTWICK, Samuel II (1770-97), of Devonshire Street, Portland Place, Mdx.

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1790-1820, ed. R. Thorne, 1986
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15 Jan. 1795 - 1796

Family and Education

b. 22 Jan. 1770, 1st s. of Samuel Estwick I*. educ. ?Eton 1782; Queen’s, Oxf. 1787, DCL 1793. m. 15 July 1793, Hon. Cassandra Julia Hawke, da. of Martin Bladen Hawke, 2nd Baron Hawke, s.p. suc. fa. 1795.

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Estwick became his father’s colleague at Westbury, on the 4th Earl of Abingdon’s interest. He supported Pitt, but ill health prevented his leading an active political life and he retired to Madeira, where he died on 22 or 23 Feb. 1797. There is no known speech or vote. He left his West Indies estates to his brothers.

Caribbeana, iii. 60-67; PCC 253 Walpole.

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Author: M. H. Port