Peel, Major Hon. Arthur George Villiers

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Peel, Major Hon. Arthur George Villiers

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27 February 1869 - 25 April 1956


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Major Honourable Arthur George Villiers Peel, normally known as George Peel (27 February 1869 - 25 April 1956) was a British Member of Parliament and writer on politics and economics. George Peel was the son of Arthur Peel, 1st Viscount Peel, a senior British Liberal politician, and Adelaide Dugdale. On 6 October 1906 at the age of 38 he married Lady Agnes Lygon. Graduating from Oxford University, he wrote extensively on politics and economics at a time when the world was in turmoil. He was returned as MP for Spalding in the by-election of 1917, until the constituency was abolished in 1918 and was Clerk to the Treasury. He died aged 88 on 25 April 1956.

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Welby, Victoria, Lady, 1837-1912 (1837-1912)

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1891-1893, 1903

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