Person    | Male  Born 26/6/1689  Died 24/2/1716

James Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater

Categories: Execution, Politics & Administration

Countries: France

Jacobite. Either 'Radcliffe' or 'Radclyffe'. Illegitimate grandson of Charles II on his mother's side. A very wealthy Northumbrian nobleman, brought up in France. Captured at the Battle of Preston during the first Jacobite Rebellion, 1715, found guilty of treason and together with another Jacobite Lord Kenmure, beheaded on Tower Hill.

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James Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater

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