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The Lord Radstock
Born 10 April 1833(1833-04-10)
London, England
Died 8 December 1913 (aged 80)
Paris, France
Occupation Missionary

Granville Augustus William Waldegrave, 3rd Baron Radstock (10 April 1833, London - 8 December 1913, Paris) [1] was a British missionary and a Peer of Ireland.

He became the 3rd Baron Radstock on the death of his father Granville George Waldegrave in 1857. Radstock married Susan Charlotte Calcraft on 16 July 1858 in Trinity Church, Marylebone[2]. In 1889 they acquired the Mayfield estate in Weston, Southampton[3].

He was widowed on 8 December 1892 [1].

Radstock is perhaps best known for his work as a missionary during the Great Russian Awakening[4]. In 1873 he travelled to St Petersburg to encourage people to become Plymouth Brethren [5].

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References

  1. ^ a b Granville Augustus William Waldegrave, 3rd Lord Radstock at Genealogics
  2. ^ Susan Charlotte Calcraft at Genealogics
  3. ^ Southampton City Council
  4. ^ Lord Radstock and the Russian Awakening. David Fountain. (Publ Southampton: Mayflower Christian Books, 1988) ISBN 0-907821-04-9
  5. ^ Millennium of Faith
Peerage of Ireland
Preceded by
Granville Waldegrave
Baron Radstock
1857–1913
Succeeded by
Granville Waldegrave

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