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Lawrence Palk, 1st Baron Haldon Born in London, he was the son of Sir Lawrence Palk, 3rd Baronet and his first wife Anna Eleanora Wrey, daughter of Sir Bourchier Wrey, 7th Baronet. Palk was educated at Eton College in Berkshire. In 1860, he succeeded his father as baronet. Palk entered the British House of Commons for South Devon in 1854 and sat for the constituency until 1868. Subsequently, he represented East Devon to 1880. After his retirement from politics, he was elevated to the Peerage of the United Kingdom as Baron Haldon, of Haldon, in the County of Devon on 29 May 1880.
Lawrence Palk, 1st Baron Haldon Having served for a while as an officer in 1st The Royal Dragoons, Palk became Lieutenant-Colonel commanding the 1st Administrative Brigade, Devonshire Artillery Volunteers on 2 September 1863, and Honorary Colonel in 1868, when his son Lawrence (formerly an officer in the Scots Fusilier Guards) became a Major in the unit.
Lawrence Palk, 1st Baron Haldon Lawrence Palk, 1st Baron Haldon (5 January 1818 – 22 March 1883), known as Sir Lawrence Palk, 4th Baronet from 1860 to 1880, was a British Conservative Party politician.
Lawrence Palk, 1st Baron Haldon On 15 May 1845, he married Maria Harriett Hesketh, daughter of Sir Thomas Hesketh, 4th Baronet in Rufford, Lancashire. They had six children, four sons and two daughters. His oldest son Lawrence succeeded to the titles. In 1938, the barony reverted to the youngest son Edward, after whose death one year later it became extinct.
Records of members of parliament of the United Kingdom Sir Lawrence Palk, MP for Ashburton 1787-96 and Devon 1796-1812, who was severely crippled by gout by 1809.
Lawrence Vaughan Palk He died at Haldon House on 16 May 1860 and was succeeded by his son Lawrence Palk, 1st Baron Haldon (1818–1883).
Wilmot Vaughan, 1st Earl of Lisburne Lord Lisburne died in January 1800 and was succeeded in his titles by his eldest son Wilmot. His second son John became the 3rd Earl. His daughter Dorothy Elizabeth married Sir Lawrence Palk, 2nd Baronet.
Haytor Granite Tramway Among the company were Lord and Lady Clifford of Ugbrooke; Mr. Bastard from Buckland; Sir Thomas Dycke Acland; Sir Henry Carew came from Haccombe; and Sir Lawrence Palk from Haldon, beside many other county magnates from other parts.
Lawrence Vaughan Palk He was born on 25 April 1793 the son of Sir Lawrence Palk, 2nd Baronet (c. 1766–1813) by his wife Dorothy, daughter of Wilmot Vaughan, 1st Earl of Lisburne.
Scott L. Palk Scott Lawrence Palk (born 1967) is an Assistant Dean at the University of Oklahoma College of Law and is a former nominee to be a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma.