Berkeley, Francis Henry Fitzhardinge 7.dec.1794-10.mar.1870 England Gloucestershire, Berkeley Castle - London St George Hanover Square
arranger, business manager, politician, 18.mar.1795 baptized at Saint Martin in the Fields in London Westminster, 11.jun.1813 matriculated at Christ Church Oxford, 1811 the House of Lords decided that he and six of his twelve siblings were born out of wedlock, 1837-1870 member of parliament 'the champion of the ballot' as representative for Bristol, he had an irregular relationship with opera singer Elizabeth Austin (Leicestershire, Tur 1803-1877 London), 1850 lived with her in St George Hanover Square and 1856 married her in London, he was buried in St Dunstan's churchyard in Cranford ; son of Frederick Augustus Berkeley 5th Earl of Berkeley (Berkeley 24.may.1745-8.aug.1810
Gloucestershire, Dursley) and Mary Cole (Gloucestershire, Wotton under Edge 12.apr.1767-30.oct.1844 London Cranford) who married 1796

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[] Oh! Patrick, fly from me. An old Irish ballad, as sung by Mrs. Austin at Park Theatre, New York. Voice and piano
arranged with new symphonies and harmonies, and presented to George P. Morris Esqr. by F. H. F. Berkeley
pub Firth & Hall, New York. 1835

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