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Hobart, George, third earl of Buckinghamshirelocked

(1731–1804)
  • Matthew Kilburn

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Hobart, George, third earl of Buckinghamshire (1731–1804), theatre manager and politician, was born in London on 8 September 1731, the eldest of the two sons (there were no daughters) of John Hobart, later first earl of Buckinghamshire (1693–1756), and his second wife, Elizabeth Bristow (...

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