George Markham (30 March 1763 - 30 September 1822)  served as Dean of York  from 1802 and Rector of Stokesley  until his death. 
He was born into a large clerical family, the third son of William Markham, Archbishop of York from 1776 to 1807;  his brother John Markham was a noted Naval officer, and one of his sisters was Frederica Murray, Countess of Mansfield. He received his education at Westminster School.  He matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford in 1780, graduating B.A. in 1784 and M.A. in 1787. 
Markham served as Rector of Tattenhall,  then as Prebendary of Bilton before becoming Dean of York. 
He married Elizabeth Evelyn,  daughter of Sir Richard Sutton, of Norwood in 1789:  the marriage was to end in divorce in 1803.  Of their children:
After the divorce, Elizabeth Evelyn Markham was taken under the wing of her cousin Laura Pulteney, 1st Countess of Bath. She also inherited a substantial fortune when the Countess died in 1808. She married her lover John Fawcett, adultery with whom was the basis of the divorce, and he took the surname Pulteney.   There were two sons and four daughters of this marriage. 
John Fawcett (1766/7–1849) was a Christ Church, Oxford graduate, the son of Richard Fawcett of Grendon. His change of surname to Pulteney was by royal licence, in 1813.  The couple had a son, John Apsley Pulteney of the 12th Lancers (1805/6–1840).  Their eldest daughter Henrietta Laura Pulteney (1804–1898) married in 1832 the Rev. Philip Gurdon, and was mother of General Evelyn Pulteney Gurdon. 
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His grace m. Sarah, daughter of John Goddard [...] and had issue, [...] I. William, his heir. [...] II. John, b. in 1761 [...] III. George, b. in 1763, in holy orders, Dean of York [...]