George Manners-Sutton

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George Manners-Sutton (1 August 1751 – 15 February 1804) was a British politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1774 to 1804.

Manners-Sutton was the eldest son of Lord George Manners-Sutton and educated at Eton School and Trinity College, Cambridge. He succeeded his father in 1783.

He was returned as Member of Parliament for Newark from 1774 to 1780, and then for Grantham, a Manners family borough, until 1802, when he was returned for Bramber.[1]

He died unmarried in 1804; his heir was his brother John Manners-Sutton.

References

  1. ^ "MANNERS SUTTON, George (1751-1804), of Kelham, Notts". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 30 March 2016. 


Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
John Manners
John Shelley
Member of Parliament for Newark
17741780
With: Henry Clinton
Succeeded by
Henry Clinton
Lord George Manners-Sutton
Preceded by
Lord George Manners-Sutton
Peregrine Cust
Member of Parliament for Grantham
17801800
With: Francis Cockayne-Cust 1780–1792
Philip Yorke 1792–1793
Simon Yorke, from 1793
Succeeded by
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Parliament of Great Britain
Member of Parliament for Grantham
18011802
With: Simon Yorke
Succeeded by
Thomas Thoroton
Sir William Earle Welby, Bt
Preceded by
James Adams
John Henry Newbolt
Member of Parliament for Bramber
18021804
With: Henry Jodrell
Succeeded by
Henry Jodrell
Richard Norman


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