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|Year of Marriage||-|
|Year of Birth||1714|
|Year of Death||1768|
|Father||Sir Thomas Lyttelton|
|Father's Rank||Upper gentry|
|Father's Title||4th Baronet Lyttelton|
|Mother||Christian Lyttelton née Temple|
1 Charles Lyttelton was born at Hagley and presumably spent some of his childhood at Hagley Hall.
1 Charles Lyttelton died at his house in Clifford Street.
2 The Rose Castle is the home of the Bishops of Carlisle, where Charles Lyttelton also lived during his time as the Bishop.
|Rank 1||Upper gentry|
|Rank 2||Upper gentry|
Charles Lyttelton was appointed Bishop of Carlisle in 1762.
Bishop of Carlisle, researcher and antiquary
|Institution||Eton College, Middle Temple, Oxford University College|
Charles Lyttelton first studied law, but gave it up for "the less strenuous demands of the church", continuing his studies and graduating DCL in 1745. Later on, Charles Lyttelton researched Worcestershire history and fossils, on which he also published two short papers. He was elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in 1740 and Fellow of the Royal Society in 1743. Charles Lyttelton was chaplain-in-ordinary to George II in 1747.
|BC_1756_EMONTAGU_CL||1756||Montagu, Elizabeth (née Robinson)||Lyttelton, Charles|
|BC_1764_EMONTAGU_CL||1764||Montagu, Elizabeth (née Robinson)||Lyttelton, Charles|