Lord George Beauclerk, was born on 26 December 1704, the sixth son of Charles Beauclerk, 1st Duke of St Albans, and his wife, Lady Diana de Vere.
Margaret Bainbridge " married Lord George Beauclerk, 6th son of the 1st Duke of St Albans, and a lieutenant-general in the army; died s.p."
George shared with his brother Henry a pension of £800 per annum on the Irish establishment.
Marriage to Margaret Bainbridge: Pedigree of Bainbridge of Slaley and the Riding, Ed. Bateson, Hodgson et al, History of Northumberland, Vol 6, pp 274. a) Slaley Register; b) Mr Wm Bainbridge's Family Bible; c) Bell Collection d) M.I.Slaley e) Newcastle Chronicle, 19 Nov 1808; f) Mr Wm Blackburn's deeds; g) Corbridge Register
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