George Finch-Hatton (MP for Rochester)
|Born||30 June 1747|
|Died||17 February 1823(aged 75)|
Christ's College, Cambridge
|Spouse(s)||Lady Elizabeth Murray|
George Finch-Hatton (30 June 1747 – 17 February 1823) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1772 to 1784.
Finch-Hatton was the son of Hon. Edward Finch-Hatton and was born on 30 June 1747. He was educated at Westminster School and at Christ's College, Cambridge, being awarded MA in 1768. He assumed the additional surname of Hatton (his paternal grandmother's name) together with his father in 1764.
He succeeded his Uncle Daniel to Eastwell Park in 1769 and his father to Kirby Hall, near Gretton in Northamptonshire in 1771. He rebuilt the house at Eastwell between 1793 and 1800 to designs by Joseph Bonomi.
Finch-Hatton married Lady Elizabeth Murray (1760–1825), the daughter of David Murray, 2nd Earl of Mansfield (1727–1796), in 1785. They resided at Eastwell Park, Kent. He also had estates at Kirby, Northamptonshire.
- "FINCH HATTON, George (1747-1823), of Eastwell Park, nr. Ashford, Kent". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 28 October 2017.
- "Finch-Hatton, George (FNC764G)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
- "Fellows details". Royal Society. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
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| Member of Parliament for Rochester
With: Thomas Pye
Sir Charles Middleton, Bt
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