George King, 3rd Earl of Kingston
George King, 3rd Earl of Kingston (9 April 1771 – 18 October 1839), styled Viscount Kingsborough from 1797 to 1799, was an Irish nobleman.
- Lady Helena King (11 August 1793 – 20 November 1853), married Philip Davies-Cooke on 8 December 1829
- Edward King, Viscount Kingsborough (1795–1837), antiquarian
- Robert King, 4th Earl of Kingston (1796–1867)
- Hon. George King (20 August 1798 – 2 May 1801)
- James King, 5th Earl of Kingston (1800–1869)
- Lady Adelaide Charlotte King (died August 1854), married Charles Tankerville Webber (died March 1854), son of Daniel Webb Webber, on 2 August 1834
He was returned as a Member of the Irish House of Commons for County Roscommon in 1798, vacating the seat in the following year when he succeeded his father as Earl of Kingston. He subsequently briefly entered the Irish House of Lords. He was created Baron Kingston in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821, thus giving him and his descendants an automatic seat in the British House of Lords.
- Debrett, John (1840). Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland and Ireland. p. 423.
- Lodge, Edmund (1861). The Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire. p. 338.
|Parliament of Ireland|
Sir Edward Crofton
| Member of Parliament for Roscommon County
With: Arthur French
|Peerage of Ireland|
| Earl of Kingston
|Peerage of the United Kingdom|
|New creation|| Baron Kingston