Sir Charles Trevelyan
67 Eaton Square, Belgravia, London

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Name: Sir Charles Trevelyan
Category: Colonialist

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Sir Charles Trevelyan (1807-1886).British civil servant & colonial administrator in India,& of Irish affairs.He served as Governor of Madras,1859-60,& was often involved in Indian affairs.But he was known for his controversial role in Ireland during the Irish Famine of 1845-49,instrumental,as a senior Treasury minister,in effectively dissuading British government aid,stating the famine was divine intervention for Irish wrongs against British rule,anti-Irish sentiments shared in government

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Years of Residence: Unknown - 1886

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Sir Charles Trevelyan (1807-1886).British colonial administrator & aggravator of the Irish Famine,lived & died here.

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67 Eaton Square
United Kingdom

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