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  1. Clarendon, George Villiers, 4th earl of (1800–70). Whig politician. Clarendon served under such diverse leaders as Aberdeen, Palmerston, Russell, and Gladstone (1853–8, 1865–6, and 1868–70). The Tory leader, Derby, twice offered him a place in government. A good linguist, he was an acknowledged expert on foreign affairs.

  2. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK VILLIERS, CLARENDON 4TH Earl or (in the Villiers line) (1800-1870), English diplomatist and statesman, was born in London on the 12th of January 1800. He was the eldest son of Hon. George Villiers (1759-1827, youngest son of the 1st earl of Clarendon (second creation), by Theresa, only daughter of the first Lord Boringdon, and granddaughter of the first Lord Grantham.

  3. Villiers, George William Frederick (1800–70), 4th earl of Clarendon , lord lieutenant of Ireland (1847–52), was born 26 January 1800 in London, eldest son of George Villiers and his wife Theresa, daughter of John Parker, 1st Baron Boringdon. His paternal grandfather was Thomas Villiers, 1st earl of Clarendon.

  4. The earldom of the lord chancellor Clarendon became extinct in the Hyde line by the death of the 4th earl, his last male descendant. Jane Hyde, countess of Essex, the sister of that nobleman (she died in 1724), left two daughters; of these the eldest, Lady Charlotte, became heiress of the Hyde family.

  5. The Right Honourable George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, K.G., G.C.B., P.C. Born: 12 January 1800 Died: 27 June 1870 1800-1837: George Villiers ...

  6. George William Frederick Villiers was born in London on 12 January 1800. He was grandson of Thomas Villiers, first earl of Clarendon and eldest son of George Villiers, by his wife Theresa, only daughter of John Parker, first baron Boringdon, and sister of John Parker, second baron Boringdon and first earl of Morley.

  7. George William Frederick Villers was born on January 12, 1800 in London, in the family of George Villiers and Theresa Parker [2]. Grandson of Thomas Villiers, 1st Earl of Clarendon ( English) [3]. In 1838 he inherited the titles of Count Clarendon and Baron Hyde.