DOMESTIC PAPERS OF WILLIAM NOEL-HILL, 3rd BARON BERWICK
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- Held At: Shropshire Archives
- System Reference: X112/15
- Date: 1796-1839
- Level: Section
- Related Materials: William Noel-Hill's appointment as Deputy Lieutenant for the county of Salop is catalogued as 112/3/1.
- Admin History William Hill was born in 1772 and was MP for Shrewsbury 1796-1812 and for Marlborough 1814-1818. He joined the diplomatic serce in 1801 and served as ambassador to the Kingdom of Sardinia and later to the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, at Naples. In 1824 he was granted leave to change his family name to Noel-Hill, along with his younger brother. He succeeded his brother as 3rd Baron Berwick in 1832 and died at his estate at Redrice, Hampshire, in 1842. The papers of Lord Berwick as a lawyer's client are in the Salt Collection, see SA D3651/B/20.
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