4th Baronet

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  • He became the 4th baronet on the death of his father in 2007.
  • He succeeded his father as the 4th baronet in 1964, but does not use the title.
  • The 4th baronet distinguished himself as leader of the clan in his father's lifetime.
  • Following his father's death in 1881, he assumed the title of 4th Baronet.
  • This story probably has its origin in well-documented conflicts between the 4th Baronet and the School.
  • He was the son of Sir Robert Burdett, 4th Baronet and his first wife.
  • He is the eldest son of the 3rd son of the 4th Baronet.
  • He was the second son of Sir James Hall, 4th Baronet, an eminent man of science.
  • They had one son (the 4th Baronet) and two daughters.
  • Sir George died without issue, and left all his fortune to his nephew, Sir William Lee, 4th baronet.
  • In the following year he made a voyage to Canada, and a son [who later became the 4th baronet] was born to him there.
  • He succeeded his brother Charles as 4th baronet in 1883.
  • The 4th baronet died in 1718 and was succeeded by his only son, Donald.
  • The death of his father that year led to his succession as 4th Baronet Seymour, of High Mount.
  • He died without issue in 1708 and was succeeded by his half brother, John Burke, 4th Baronet.
  • On his father's death on 20 November 1973, he succeeded him as 4th Baronet.
  • He was succeeded in the baronetcy by his son John Macpherson-Grant, 4th Baronet.
  • Upon his death he was succeeded as Baronet by his nephew, Sir Hugh Bell, 4th Baronet.
  • He was the eldest son of Sir George Bingham, 4th Baronet, and his first wife wife Mary Scott.
  • When the 4th Baronet succeeded to the title he had already been created 1st Baron Harvey of Tasburgh.
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