HOWE, George Augustus, 3rd Visct. Howe [I] (?1724-58), of Langar, nr. Nottingham
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b. ?1724, 1st surv. s. of Emanuel Scrope, 2nd Visct. Howe [I], M.P., by Mary Sophia Charlotte, da. of John Adolph, Baron von Kielmansegge (by Charlotte Sophia, suo jure Countess of Darlington, mistress of George I); bro. of Richard, 4th Visct., Hon. Thomas, and Hon. William Howe. educ. Westminster Nov. 1732, aged 8; Eton c. 1734. unm. suc. fa. 29 Mar. 1735.
Ensign 1 Ft. Gds. 1745, lt. and capt. 1746, capt. and lt.-col. 1749; col. 1757; col. commandant 3 Btn. 60 Ft. Feb.-Sept. 1757; col. 55 Ft. Sept. 1757- d.; brig.-gen. in America 1757.
Howe was returned after a contest for Nottingham in 1754. On 13 Nov. 1755 he voted against the Address. He was killed in action near Fort Ticonderoga, 6 July 1758.