Hamilton, George Alexander
b. 1802-08-29
d. 1871-09-17
George Alexander Hamilton served as Secretary of the Treasury from March to December 1852, and again from March 1858 to January 1859, when he was appointed permanent secretary. He became a member of the Privy Council on 7 August 1869. Hamilton was born at Tyrellas, County Down, Ireland, on 29 August 1802. He attended Trinity College, Oxford, and earned BA degree in 1822. He ran for the seat in the House of Commons for Dublin several times, holding it briefly in 1836. He died at Kingstown, Ireland, on 17 September 1871.1
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