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Rt. Hon. Lord Claud Hamilton PC (1813-1884)

This month, WeRelate looks at the Person Page of Claud Hamilton, born 27 July 1813 in Westminster St. George Hanover Square, London, England, the son of Rt. Hon. James Hamilton (1786-1814) and Harriet Douglas (1792-1833). He was a British Conservative politician and notably served as Treasurer of the Household in 1852 and between 1858 and 1859 and as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household between 1866 and 1868. Claud married Elizabeth Emma Proby, of Lowndes Square, (Belgravia,) Middlesex, (daughter of the Hon. Granville Leveson Proby). They were married by licence on 7 August 1844, at the Chapel at Lambeth Palace in Lambeth, Surrey, On 27 February 1852, Claud was sworn of Queen Victoria's Most Honourable Privy Council (PC).

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Crowdsourcing Challenge

Saint Patrick's Day is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March every year, originally honoring Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland on the traditional date of his death in 461. Murphy is the most popular of all surnames of Irish origin. The two Irish-American Murphys highlighted in this month's Challenge are Audie Murphy and Charles Murphy.

You can read more about this month's WeRelate Crowdsourcing Challenge and help in bringing details of the lives of these two Irish-American personalities to life in WeRelate. Have fun.