Charles Hamilton (MP)
Charles Hamilton (13 November 1704 – 18 September 1786), styled The Honourable from birth, was a British politician.
Hamilton represented Strabane in the Irish House of Commons between 1727 and 1760. He sat also for Truro in the British House of Commons from 1741 to 1747. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in Mar 1747.
Hamilton's first wife, whose name seems to be unknown, died young, leaving two daughters, Jane and Sarah. He later married Agnes Cockburn of Ayr, Scotland in 1764. She died in 1772, aged 39.
He died at his house on Lansdown Hill, Bath on 18 September 1786.
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- Symes, Michael (2010). Mr Hamilton's Elysium: The Gardens of Painshill. Frances Lincoln. ISBN 978-0-7112-3055-2.
|Parliament of Ireland|
| Member of Parliament for Strabane
With: John McCausland 1727–1729
Oliver McCausland 1729–1733
William Hamilton 1733–1763
|Parliament of Great Britain|
| Member of Parliament for Truro
With: James Hammond 1741–1742
Edward Boscawen 1742–1747
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