Horace Seymour

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For Sir Horace Seymour (1885–1978), see Horace James Seymour.
Horace Beauchamp Seymour (1791–1851)

Colonel Sir Horace Beauchamp Seymour KCH (22 November 1791 – 23 November 1851) was a Peelite Member of Parliament for Lisburn 1819–26, Orford (1820), Bodmin (1826–32), Midhurst (1841–45), Antrim (1845–47), and Lisburn 1847–51.

Horace Seymour was the son of Admiral Lord Hugh Seymour (son of Francis Seymour-Conway, 1st Marquess of Hertford) and Lady Anne Horatia Waldegrave. He married, firstly, Elizabeth Malet Palk, daughter of Sir Lawrence Palk, 2nd Baronet and granddaughter of Robert Palk, on 15 May 1818. He married, secondly, Frances Selina Isabella Poyntz, daughter of William Stephen Poyntz and Hon. Elizabeth Mary Browne, in July 1835.

By his first wife he had three children;

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
John Leslie Foster
Member of Parliament for Lisburn
1819–1826
Succeeded by
Henry Meynell
Preceded by
Edmund Alexander Macnaghten
John Douglas
Member of Parliament for Orford
1820
With: John Douglas
Succeeded by
John Douglas
Edmund Alexander Macnaghten
Preceded by
Davies Gilbert
John Wilson Croker
Member of Parliament for Bodmin
1826–1832
With: Davies Gilbert
Succeeded by
William Peter
Samuel Thomas Spry
Preceded by
Hon. Frederick Spencer
Member of Parliament for Midhurst
1841–1845
Succeeded by
Spencer Horatio Walpole
Preceded by
John Irving
Nathaniel Alexander
Member of Parliament for Antrim
1845–1847
With: Nathaniel Alexander
Succeeded by
Nathaniel Alexander
Edward Charles Workman Macnaghten
Preceded by
Henry Meynell
Member of Parliament for Lisburn
1847–1851
Succeeded by
Sir James Emerson Tennent