FLUDYER, George (1761-1837), of Ayston Hall, Rutland

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1754-1790, ed. L. Namier, J. Brooke., 1964
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28 Feb. 1783 - 1802
1818 - Apr. 1819

Family and Education

b. Sept. 1761, 2nd s. of Samuel Fludyer, and bro. of Sir Samuel Brudenell Fludyer.  educ. Westminster 1771; Grand Tour with his bro. Samuel.  m. 16 June 1792, Lady Mary Fane, da. of John, 9th Earl of Westmorland, 3s. 4da.

Offices Held


Fludyer entered Parliament on the family interest at Chippenham; was classed by Robinson in March 1783 as ‘country gentleman; doubtful’; voted for Fox’s East India bill; but next went over to Pitt and was classed as ‘pro’ by Robinson in January 1784, and as ‘Administration’ by Stockdale, 19 Mar. He voted with Pitt during the Regency crisis. No speech by him is recorded before 1790.

He died 15 Apr. 1837.

Ref Volumes: 1754-1790

Author: J. A. Cannon