Alexander George Dickson

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Alexander George Dickson (1834 – 3 July 1889) was a Conservative Party Member of Parliament in the British House of Commons representing Dover.

Dickson joined the 13th Light Dragoons in 1853 and reached the rank of Major. In 1863 he became Captain in the Royal East Kent Regiment of Mounted Rifles Yeomanry Cavalry. He stood for parliament at Dover in 1865 and retained the seat until his death in 1889.

He married as her second husband Charlotte Maria Eden, widow of Dudley North, Lord North, son of Francis North, 6th Earl of Guilford.[1]


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
William Nicol
Henry John Leeke
Member of Parliament for Dover
With: Charles Freshfield to 1868
George Jessel 1868–1873, 1874–1885
Edward William Barnett 1873–1874
Succeeded by
George Wyndham