William Lionel Persse Gibton, 18651900 (aged 35 years)

Name
William Lionel Persse /Gibton/
Birth February 26, 1865

British Queen
Victoria
from June 20, 1837 to January 22, 1901 (aged 35 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Henry John Temple
from June 12, 1859 to October 29, 1865 (aged 8 months)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
John Russell
from October 29, 1865 to June 28, 1866 (aged 1 year)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Edward Smith-Stanley
from June 28, 1866 to February 27, 1868 (aged 3 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Benjamin Disraeli
from February 27, 1868 to December 3, 1868 (aged 3 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
William Ewart Gladstone
from December 3, 1868 to February 20, 1874 (aged 8 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Benjamin Disraeli
from February 20, 1874 to April 23, 1880 (aged 15 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
from April 23, 1880 to February 1, 1886 (aged 20 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
William Ewart Gladstone
from February 1, 1886 to July 25, 1886 (aged 21 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
from July 25, 1886 to August 15, 1892 (aged 27 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
William Ewart Gladstone
from August 15, 1892 to March 5, 1894 (aged 29 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Archibald Primrose
from March 5, 1894 to June 25, 1895 (aged 30 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
from June 25, 1895 to July 12, 1902 (aged 37 years)

The Boer War
Battle for control of southern Africa
from October 11, 1899 to May 31, 1902 (aged 37 years)

Death March 19, 1900 (aged 35 years)
Cause of death: Dysentry
Note: Ladysmith, South Africa

Ladysmith, South Africa (He was a Captain in the Inniskilling Fusiliers and died of dysentry following the relief of Ladysmith in the South African or Boer War)

Death

Ladysmith, South Africa (He was a Captain in the Inniskilling Fusiliers and died of dysentry following the relief of Ladysmith in the South African or Boer War)