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George Nathaniel Curzon

George Nathaniel CurzonBorn: 11-Jan-1859
Birthplace: England
Died: 20-Mar-1925
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: Infection
Remains: Buried, Westminster Abbey, London, England

Gender: Male
Religion: Anglican/Episcopalian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government, Politician

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Created the Kingdom of Jordan

Father: Alfred Curzon (4th Baron Scarsdale, b. 1831, d. 1916)
Mother: Blanche Senhouse (b. 1837, d. 1875)
Wife: Mary Victoria Leiter (daughter of Levi Leiter, b. 1870, m. 22-Apr-1895, d. 1906)
Daughter: Mary Irene Curzon (2nd Baroness of Ravensdale)
Daughter: Cynthia Blance Curzon (first wife of Oswald Mosley)
Daughter: Alexandra Naldera Curzon (married Edward "Fruity" Metcalfe)
Girlfriend: Elinor Glyn (romance novelist)
Wife: Grace Elvina Hinds (m. 1917)

    High School: Eton College (1878)
    University: Oxford University (1883)

    Lord President of the Council (1924-25)
    UK Foreign Secretary (1919-24)
    UK Leader of the House of Lords (1916-24)
    Lord Privy Seal (1915-16)
    Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports (1904-05)
    UK Official Viceroy of India (1899-1905)
    UK Official Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (1895-98)
    UK Official Under-Secretary of State for India (1891-92)
    UK Member of Parliament Tory MP for Lancashire, Southport Division (1886-89)
    Bullingdon Club
    Pilgrims Society
    Travellers Club
    Star of India 1898
    Order of the Garter 1916

Author of books:
Russia in Central Asia (1889)
Persia and the Persian Question (1892)
Problems of the Far East (1894)
The Pamirs and the Source of the Oxus (1897)
Tales of Travel (1923)
Travels with a Superior Person (1985)


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