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Frederick William Hervey, 1st Marquess of Bristol (2 October 1769 – 15 February 1859) was the younger son of the 4th Earl of Bristol.

He married Elizabeth Albana (d. 1844), daughter of Clotworthy Upton, 1st Baron Templetown, by whom he had six sons and three daughters. In 1826 he was created Marquess of Bristol and Earl Jermyn. He was succeeded by his son Frederick William (1800-1864), M.P. for Bury St Edmunds 1830-1859, as 2nd Marquess; and by the latter's son Frederick William John (1834-1907), M.P. for West Suffolk 1859-1864, as 3rd Marquess. The latter's nephew, Frederick William Fane Hervey (b. 1863), who succeeded as 4th Marquess, served with distinction in the Royal Navy, and was M.P. for Bury St Edmunds from 1906 to 1907.

Lord Bristol's younger brother Lord Alfred Hervey was one of the two MPs for Brighton during the years 1842-57 and in 1853-55 served as a junior Treasury minister. Active in the affairs of the town, he was a founder Vice President of Brighton College and served on its Council from 1845 to 1875. From 1859 to 1865, he was MP for Bury St Edmunds.

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Peerage of the United Kingdom
New creation Marquess of Bristol
1826 – 1859
Succeeded by
Frederick Hervey
Peerage of Great Britain
Preceded by
Frederick Hervey
Earl of Bristol
1803 – 1859
Succeeded by
Frederick Hervey

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