George John James Hamilton-Gordon (28 September 1816-22 March 1864), 5. Earl of Aberdeen

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Parents
Father:1George Hamilton-Gordon (28 January 1784-14 December 1860), 4. Earl of Aberdeen
Mother:2Harriet Douglas (-26 August 1833)
Spouses and relationship events
Married:35 November 1840Mary Baillie (-3 April 1900)Taymouth Castle [building], Kenmore [city/town], Perthshire [county], Scotland [country], United Kingdom [country]
Children
Children with Mary Baillie:
George Hamilton-Gordon (10 December 1841-January 1870), 6. Earl of Aberdeen4
Mary Hamilton-Gordon (28 April 1844-)5
James Henry Hamilton-Gordon (11 October 1845-12 February 1868)6
John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon (3 August 1847-), 7. Earl of Aberdeen7
Harriet Hamilton-Gordon (17 December 1849-)8
Katherine Eliza Gordon (10 October 1852-)9
Attributes
Occupation:105. Earl of Aberdeen
Events
Born:1128 September 1816
Died:1222 March 1864
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1 ´╗┐Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms, The Scots Peerage Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland Containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, Volume I: (: David Douglas, 1904), Aberdeen p. 94-97, IV George Gordon.
2 Ibid
3 Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms, The Scots Peerage Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland Containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, Volume I: (: David Douglas, 1904), Aberdeen p. 97-98, V George John James Gordon.
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