Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 4th Baronet

Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 4th Bart., with his wife Mary Assheton, Lady Curzon, and their sons Nathaniel and John by Jonathan Richardson, 1727-1730.

Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 4th Baronet (1676–1758) was an English Tory politician who represented three constituencies in the 18th century.

Curzon was the son of Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 2nd Baronet of Kedleston, and his wife Sarah Penn daughter of William Penn of Penn, Buckinghamshire.[1]

Curzon was elected as Member of Parliament for Derby in 1713, but lost the seat in 1715. He was then elected for Clitheroe in 1722. When his elder unmarried brother John died in 1727 he inherited the Baronetcy and the seat at Derbyshire which he held until 1754.

Curzon married Mary Assheton, daughter of Sir Ralph Assheton, 2nd Baronet, of Middleton, Lancashire. His elder son Nathaniel succeeded to the baronetcy and became Lord Scarsdale. His second son, Assheton Curzon, became Viscount Curzon.


Parliament of England
Preceded by
Edward Mundy
John Harpur
Member of Parliament for Derby
With: Edward Mundy
Succeeded by
Lord James Cavendish
William Stanhope
Preceded by
Thomas Lister I
Edward Harvey
Member of Parliament for Clitheroe
With: Thomas Lister I
Succeeded by
Thomas Lister I
The Viscount Galway
Preceded by
Godfrey Clarke
Sir John Curzon, 3rd Bt.
Member of Parliament for Derbyshire
With: Godfrey Clarke 1727–1734
Lord Charles Cavendish 1734–1741
Marquess of Hartington 1741–1751
Lord Frederick Cavendish 1751–1754
Succeeded by
Lord George Augustus Cavendish
Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 5th Bt
Baronetage of England
Preceded by
Sir John Curzon, 3rd Baronet
(of Kedleston)
Succeeded by
Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 5th Baronet
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