Henry Pelham Archibald Douglas Pelham-Clinton, 7th Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme (28 September 1864 – 30 May 1928) was an English nobleman, styled Earl of Lincoln until 1879.
He was a prominent High Church Anglican, and it was in this capacity that he was approached to fill a vacancy occurred in the representation of the City of London on the London School Board in 1894. He was co-opted on 25 October 1894, and held the seat at the school board elections in November 1894. He has experienced poor health since a childhood fall, and resigned from the board in 1897, and retired from public life.
He took a special interest in the building of the new church of All Saints Margaret Street in 1850-1859. He gave a number of donations towards the building of the Gothic revival church which was designed by William Butterfield, an architect associated the Oxford Movement. His funeral was held there prior to his burial in Eton.
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