Thomas Clement COBBOLD CB MP

Born1833
Died1883 Buried: Ipswich Old Cemetery, Ref: J-29-22.
FatherJohn Chevallier COBBOLD JP, DL, MP (1797 – 1882)
MotherLucy PATTESON (1800 – 1879)
OccupationMP for Ipswich. 01 01 1876 to death. Diplomatic Service (1845-75); CB, 02 09 1879.

Biography and Notes

Baptised 15.08.153. St Mary Le Tower, Ipswich.

Education: Ipswich School and Charterhouse (1848-1851)

Died unmarried. Brass wall plaque on west wall of St. Mary Le Tower, Ipswich.

Was private secretary to the Consul-General of Wallachia and deeply involved in the Crimean War. Served in Berlin, Lisbon and Oporto eventually becoming Charge d'affaires at Baden-Baden in 1867; at Rio de Janeiro 1870, and at Lisbon 1873-75. Returned to Ipswich following the death of his brother in 1875 and became an MP on 1st Jan 1876 and the senior director of Bacon, Cobbold and Co.

Life Events

1833Born
1879Death of mother Lucy PATTESON
1882Death of father John Chevallier COBBOLD JP, DL, MP
1883Died

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