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Samuel Whitbread (5 May 1830 - 25 December 1915) was an English brewer and Liberal politician.

Whitbread was the eldest son of Samuel Charles Whitbread of Cardington, Bedfordshire and his wife Julia Brand daughter of Lord Dacre. He was a member of the Whitbread brewing family.[1] Whitbread was educated at Rugby School and Trinity College, Cambridge.[2] He was private secretary to Sir George Grey in 1850 and in 1852 was elected Member of Parliament for Bedford. He was a frequent speaker during his time in the commons and was Civil Lord of the Admiralty from June 1859 to March 1863. He held his seat until 1895.[3]

Whitbread lived at Southill Park, Biggleswade. He was .J.P. and Deputy Lieutenant for Bedfordshire.[4] He died at the age of 85.

Whitbread married Lady Isabella Charlotte Pelham, youngest daughter of Henry Pelham, 3rd Earl of Chichester in July 1855 and had sons Francis and Samuel.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Henry Stuart
Sir Harry Verney, Bt
Member of Parliament for Bedford
18521895
With: Henry Stuart 1852-1854
William Stuart 1854-1857 & 1859-1868
James Howard 1868-1874
Frederick Charles Polhill-Turner 1874-1880
Charles Magniac 1880-1885
Succeeded by
Charles Guy Pym

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