Sudeley Hanbury-Tracy, 3rd Baron Sudeley

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Sudeley Charles George Hanbury-Tracy, 3rd Baron Sudeley (9 April 1837 – 28 April 1877), styled The Honourable Sudeley Hanbury-Tracy between 1858 and 1863, was a British colliery owner.

Hanbury-Tracy was the son of Thomas Hanbury-Tracy, 2nd Baron Sudeley, and Emma Elizabeth Alicia Pennant, daughter of George Hay Dawkins-Pennant. He succeeded his father in the barony in February 1863, aged 25.[1] He also succeeded his father as Lord-Lieutenant of Montgomeryshire, a post he held until his death.[2]

Lord Sudeley died unmarried in April 1877, aged 40, and was succeeded in the barony by his younger brother, Charles, who became a prominent Liberal politician.[1]

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Honorary titles
Preceded by
The Lord Sudeley
Lord Lieutenant of Montgomeryshire
1863–1877
Succeeded by
The Earl of Powis
Peerage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Thomas Hanbury-Tracy
Baron Sudeley
1863–1877
Succeeded by
Charles Hanbury-Tracy