Whig, Thomas Pelham Holles was one of the most influential ministers in Great Britain during the critical years when France and England fought over North America
Known in Canada as the War of Conquest
Nicknamed "The Hunchback". Entrusted government to his viziers and spent much of his time composing poetry.
Nicknamed "The Devout". He hated music and had a dislike to women's companionship.
By William Makepeace Thackeray, 1844
Had 7 children including the future Emperor Alexander II
Whig, not particulary well know for much of anything, he maintained the status quo
By James Fenimore Cooper, 1826