Sydney Charles Buxton was born on October 25 1853 in London and considered as Liberal British politician during the 19th and 20th centuries. He studied at Trinity College and Clifton College and became a member of London Board School from the year 1876 up to the year 1882. In the year 1880, he became prominent political circles by Handbook publication wherein they reach 11 editions. In the same year, he decided to run as one of the members of Boston Parliament but unfortunately he lost. From the year 1892 up to the year 1895, he served as the Under Secretary of Colonies State and in the year 1905, he earned his 1st cabinet post as Postmaster-General. He continued to be part of the Liberal Party until the year 1920 however he undergo amputation due to his leg injury and on October 15 1934, Sydney Charles Buxton died at Newtimber.