George Hamilton Seymour

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Sir George Hamilton Seymour GCB GCH PC (21 September 1797 – 2 February 1880) was a British diplomat.

Seymour was the son of Lord George Seymour and Isabella, daughter of Reverend the Honourable William Hamilton. He married the Honourable Gertrude, daughter of General Henry Trevor, 21st Baron Dacre, in 1831. They had several children. He died in February 1880, aged 82.[1]


Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Lord Burghersh
(as Minister)
British Resident to Tuscany
Succeeded by
Hon. Ralph Abercromby
Preceded by
The Lord Howard de Walden
British Minister to Portugal
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Hon. John Bloomfield
British Minister to Russia
Succeeded by
None due to the Crimean War
(The Lord Wodehouse from 1856)
Preceded by
The Earl of Westmorland
British Minister to Austria
Succeeded by
Lord Augustus Loftus