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Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke (Jnr)

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Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke (Jnr)

Person  Male  Born 4/9/1843  Died 26/1/1911

Born 76 Sloane Street, Chelsea. Second baronet. Politician and writer. As a rising member of parliament, he was regarded as a future prime minister. He fell from grace when he was cited in the divorce case of Donald and Virginia Crawford. He was the central character in the 1965 play ‘The Right Honorable Gentleman’ by Michael Bradley-Dyne, played by Anthony Quayle. Died 76 Sloane Street, Chelsea, the house in which he was born, and which he had inherited from his father and lived in all his life.

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