Lord Randolph Churchill(1849-1895), Politician; Secretary of State for India and MP for Woodstock and Paddington South
Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill
Sitter in 36 portraits
Politician; noted for his aggressive Toryism. He was father of Winston Churchill. Secretary of State for India, 1855-6, Chancellor of the Exchequer and leader of the House of Commons, 1886. He resigned in December 1886 over the increasing demands on public funds made by the ministers for the Army and Navy.
- Lady Norah Beatrice Henriette Bradley-Birt (née Spencer Churchill) (niece)
- Jeanette ('Jennie') Churchill (née Jerome), Lady Randolph Churchill (wife)
- John George Spencer Churchill (grandson)
- Randolph Frederick Edward Spencer Churchill (grandson)
- Sarah Churchill (granddaughter)
- Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (son)
- Rosamond Jane Frances (née Spencer-Churchill), Lady de Ramsey (sister)
- Lady Lilian Maud Grenfell (née Spencer-Churchill) (niece)
- Georgiana Elizabeth (née Spencer-Churchill), Countess Howe (sister)
- George Spencer-Churchill, 6th Duke of Marlborough (grandfather)
- John Winston Spencer Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough (father)
- Frances Anne Emily Churchill (née Vane), Duchess of Marlborough (mother)
- George Charles Spencer-Churchill, 8th Duke of Marlborough (brother)
- Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill, 9th Duke of Marlborough (nephew)
- Anne Emily (née Spencer-Churchill), Duchess of Roxburghe (sister)
- Lord Alfred Spencer-Churchill (uncle)
- Fanny Octavia Louisa (née Spencer-Churchill), Lady Tweedmouth (sister)
- Lady Sarah Isabella Augusta Wilson (née Spencer-Churchill) (sister)
- Cornelia Henrietta Maria (née Spencer-Churchill), Lady Wimborne (sister)
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