Collection Level Description: Microfilms of the papers of Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington, Marquess of Lincolnshire
Reference: MSS. Film 1097-1153
Title: Microfilms of the papers of Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington, Marquess of Lincolnshire
Dates of Creation: 1972-3
Extent: 57 shelfmarks
Language of Material: English
Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington, Marquess of Lincolnshire (1843-1928) was a politician, details are given in
the Dictionary of National Biography.
Scope and Content
Microfilms of the papers of Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington and of his wife Cecilia (d 1934), with earlier
family papers, including those of Robert John Carrington, 2nd Baron Carrington (1796-1868) and of his wife
(Cecilia) Augusta (d 1879), consisting of:
- Diaries of Lady Lincolnshire, 1877-1933
- Diaries of Lord Lincolnshire, 1888-1918
- Miscellaneous papers, 1783-1928
- Australian material, 1867-1916
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The papers were filmed 1972-3.
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Existence/Location of Originals
The originals are in private ownership.
A full description is available in the Library.
Diaries | 19th century
Diaries | 20th century
Carrington | Augusta | d 1879 | Wife of 2nd Baron Carrington
Carrington | Robert John | 1796-1868 | 2nd Baron Carrington
Wynn-Carrington | Cecilia | d 1934 | Wife of Marquess of Lincolnshire
Wynn-Carrington | Charles Robert | 1843-1928 | Marquess of Lincolnshire
Great Britain | Politics and government | 19th century
Great Britain | Politics and government | 20th century
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