For the Irish politician, see George Sandford, 3rd Baron Mount Sandford.
George Montagu Warren Sandford (c.1821 - 17 June 1879), known until 1886 as George Montagu Warren Peacocke, was a British Conservative Party politician.
At the 1852 general election, Sandford (as Peacocke) was elected Member of Parliament for Harwich but his election was voided on petition in the following year.
Sandford won a by-election at Maldon in August 1854 where the 1852 election had also been declared void. He was defeated in 1857, re-elected in 1859, and 1865, but defeated again when Maldon's representation was reduced to one seat in 1868. He was re-elected in 1874, and held the seat until he resigned from the House of Commons on 5 December 1878 by becoming Steward of the Manor of Northstead.
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