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Sir Alexander Fuller-Acland-Hood, 3rd Baronet

Sir Alexander Fuller-Acland-Hood, 3rd Baronet Politician

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A.K.A. Alexander Fuller-Acland-Hood, Sir Alexander Fuller-Acland-Hood, Sir Alexander Bateman Perian Fuller-Acland-Hood, Sir Alexander Bateman Perian Fuller-Acland-Hood, 3rd Baronet
Countries United Kingdom
Occupations Politician
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 1819
Death 1892
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Captain Sir Alexander-Fuller-Acland-Hood, 3rd Baronet also known as Alexander Hood, 3rd Baronet (20 April 1819-29 April 1892), was an English Conservative Party politician, landowner and farmer.
Alexander Bateman Periam Hood was born on 20 April 1819 in Bath, Somerset, England, the son of Sir Alexander Hood, 2nd Baronet and Amelia Anne Hood (née Bateman), he was educated at the Rugby School. After he married Isabel Harriet Acland in 1849 he had the surnames Fuller Acland added to his name by royal licence. Acland-Hood was chairman of the West Somerset Railway Company and a member of the Somerset County Council.
Acland-Hood was commissioned as a Captain in the Royal Horse Guards. He was High Sherrif of Somerset in 1858 and was a Member of Parliament (MP) for Somerset West from 1859 to 1868.
Acland-Hood died at the family home at St Audries House, West Quantoxhead, Somerset on 29 April 1892 of Pneumonia, aged 73. He and Isabel had nine children the eldest Alexander succeded to the Baronetcy.

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