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Cholmeley Dering (died 1836) Cholmeley Dering (1766–1836), of Cavendish Square, Middlesex and Brighton, Sussex, was an English politician.
Cholmeley Dering (died 1836) He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of the United Kingdom for New Romney 5 November 1817 - 1818.
Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet Sir Cholmeley was the fourth successive head of the family to be MP for Kent. He was elected in 1705 to Queen Anne's second parliament, which would prove to be the last Parliament of England and the first of Great Britain. He obtained the seat for Saltash at the following Parliament in 1708 after the elected candidate chose to sit elsewhere. In 1710 he was elected for both Saltash and Kent, choosing to sit for Kent.
Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet The incident is recorded by Jonathan Swift in his "Journal to Stella" and was alluded to by Richard Steele in "The Spectator". Thornhill was murdered on Turnham Green on 20 August the same year, by two men who allegedly invoked Dering's name as they killed him.
Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet (23 June 1679 – 9 May 1711) was an English politician and duellist.
Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet He was the eldest son of Sir Edward Dering, 3rd Baronet of Surrenden in Pluckley, Kent by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Cholmeley, 2nd Baronet of Whitby, Yorkshire. Cholmeley Dering was ten years old when he succeeded his father as baronet in 1689.
Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet On 17 July 1704 he was married to Mary, only child of Edward Fisher of Mitcham, merchant, and of his wife Ellen, daughter of Richard Norton. Mary died in 1707 aged only 20, perhaps as a result of the birth of their younger son Cholmeley.
Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet Sir Cholmeley was dining with others at an inn near Hampton Court on 7 May 1711 when he became involved in an argument with Richard Thornhill; they came to blows and in the ensuing struggle Dering kicked out several of Thornhill's teeth. Their companions broke up the fight, but Thornhill afterwards sent Dering a note challenging him to a duel at Tothill Fields in Westminster on the morning of the 9 May. The duel was with pistols, both being fired but only Dering was hit and he died soon after. Thornhill was tried for murder but convicted of the lesser offence of manslaughter, in light of the original provocation.
Sir Edward Dering, 5th Baronet Edward Dering was the elder son and heir of Sir Cholmeley Dering, 4th Baronet of Surrenden in Pluckley, Kent by his wife Ellen, only child of Edward Fisher of Mitcham, Surrey. He succeeded to the baronetcy in 1711, while still a child, following his father's death in a duel; his mother had died in 1707.
Kenneth James William Mackay, 3rd Earl of Inchcape On 3 February 1965 he married Caroline Harrison, daughter of Cholmeley Dering Cholmeley-Harrison and Barbara Mary Corisande Bellew, with whom he had three children, two by birth and one by adoption. In 1969, Countess Inchcape became Lloyd's of London's first female Name.