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  1. George John James Hamilton-Gordon, 5th Earl of Aberdeen (28 September 1816 – 22 March 1864), styled Lord Haddo before 1860, was a British peer and Liberal Party politician.

  2. George Hamilton Gordon, Earl of Aberdeen. Foreign Secretary May 1828 to November 1830 and September 1841 to July 1846. Lord Aberdeen is a contradiction, in some ways he can be seen as a...

  3. 18 de mar. de 2018 · Died. 14 December 1860, St James', London. Dates in office. 1852 to 1855. Political party. Conservative. Major acts. Charter Act 1853: opened up the covenanted Indian Civil Service. Interesting...

  4. By Marjie Bloy · Tony Little. Type: Biography. Lord Aberdeen was the Prime Minister who first brought together the coalition of Whigs, Peelites and Radicals which later became the Liberal Party. He is perhaps best known for being premier at the time of the Crimean War.

  5. George John James Hamilton-Gordon, 5th Earl of Aberdeen (1816–1864) George Hamilton-Gordon, 6th Earl of Aberdeen (1841–1870) John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon, 7th Earl of Aberdeen (1847–1934) (created Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair in 1916)

  6. George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th earl of Aberdeen (born January 28, 1784, Edinburgh, Scotland—died December 14, 1860, London, England) was a British foreign secretary and prime minister (1852–55) whose government involved Great Britain in the Crimean War against Russia (1853–56).

  7. 29 de set. de 2021 · He also had four sons and one daughter from his second marriage. The oldest, George, succeeded him to become the 5th Earl of Aberdeen. The second son became General Sir Alexander Hamilton-Gordon, K.C.B; the third was Reverend Douglas Hamilton-Gordon; and the youngest son, Arthur Gordon, was created Baron Stanmore in 1893.