Authorised form of nameHogg; Quintin McGarel (1907 - 2001); Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone
ForenamesQuintin McGarel
Dates1907 - 2001
Place of birthLondon, England
Date of birth09/10/1907
Place of deathLondon
Date of death12/10/2001
Dates and placesBirth:
London, England (09 October 1907)
London (12 October 2001)
OccupationBarrister; Politician
Eton; Christ Church College, Oxford
President, Oxford Union (1929); Fellow of All Souls (1931-1938 and 1961-2001); called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn (1932); MP (Conservative) for Oxford City (1938-1950); served with the Rifle Brigade, Tower Hamlets Rifles (1939); served in the Middle Eastern Land Forces; co-founder of the Tory Reform Committee (1943); Under-Secretary of Air (1945); QC (1953); Bencher, Lincoln's Inn (1956); First Lord of the Admiralty (1956); PC (1956); Minister of Education; Chairman, Conservative Party (1957); Lord Privy Seal and Minister for Science and Technology (1959-1964); Leader of the House of Lords (1960); MP for St Marylebone (1963-1970); Lord Chancellor (1970-1974 and 1979-1987)
PC 1956; Baron 1970; CH 1974; KG 1988
Membership categoryStatute 12
Date of election14/06/1973
Age at election65
Royal Society activityMembership:
Statute 12
Election Date:
RelationshipsEldest son of Douglas Hogg, Lord Hailsham and his wife Elizabeth Brown; succeeded as 2nd Viscount Hailsham (1950); disclaimed hereditary peerage (1963)
Married: 1) (1931) Natalie Sullivan (divorced 1943); 2) (1944) Mary Martin (died 1978), two sons and three daughters, including the Hon. Douglas Hogg; 3) Deirdre Shannon (died 1998)
Obituaries: Times, Guardian, Independent, Daily Mail (all 15 October 2001)
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2002 vol 48 pp 221-231, plate, by G Lewis
Royal Society codeNA7890
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1973/37Hogg, Quintin McGarel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/GA/SGRS/8358Hogg, Quintin McGarel1984
IM/GA/AR/7172Hogg, Quintin McGarelnd
IM/002174Todd, Alexander Robertus and Hogg, Quintin McGarel19 March 1986
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