George Beauclerk, 3rd Duke of St Albans

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Jane Roberts, Duchess of St Albans (in 1768 d. 16 Dec 1778[1]) - daughter and heiress to Sir Walter Roberts Bart., married George Beauclerk, 3rd Duke of St Albans, on 23 December 1752 at St George's, Hanover Square in London
by Nathaniel Hone the Elder (1718-1784)

George Beauclerk, 3rd Duke of St Albans (25 June 1730 – 1 February 1786 Brussels) was a son of Charles Beauclerk, 2nd Duke of St Albans and his wife Lucy Werden. His grandfather, Charles Beauclerk, 1st Duke of St Albans, was an illegitimate son of King Charles II of England by his mistress Nell Gwynne.

George Beauclerk married Jane Roberts, daughter of Sir Walter Roberts, 6th Baronet of Glassenbury (1691–1745) and his wife Elizabeth Slaughter, only daughter and heiress of William Slaughter, of Rochester, county Kent. Jane Roberts died on 16 December 1778 without issue.

On George Beauclerk's death in 1786, his titles passed to his cousin, George Beauclerk.

He was High Steward of Windsor in 1751, a Lord of the Bedchamber in the same year, and Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire from 1751–60 and again from 1771-86.[2]

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Honorary titles
Preceded by
The Duke of St Albans
Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire
1751–1761
Succeeded by
The Lord Vere
Preceded by
The Lord Vere
Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire
1771–1786
Succeeded by
The Lord Craven
Peerage of England
Preceded by
Charles Beauclerk
Duke of St Albans
1751–1786
Succeeded by
George Beauclerk