| George Crawley |
|Born|| September 1921 (age 4) |
Cottage Hospital, Downton, Yorkshire, England
|Residence||Downton Abbey, Downton, Yorkshire|
|Title(s)|| Mister George Crawley |
My dearest little chap (by Matthew Crawley)
The Little Prince (by Nanny West)
Her little cousin (by Edith)
Our little prince (by Mary Talbot)
Georgie (by Mary Talbot)
Poor little orphan (by Mary, shortly after Matthew's death)
|Immediate|| Matthew Crawley (father) † |
Mary Talbot (mother)
Henry Talbot (stepfather)
Reginald Crawley (paternal grandfather) †
Isobel Grey (paternal grandmother)
Richard Grey (paternal step-grandfather)
Robert Crawley (maternal grandfather)
Cora Crawley (maternal grandmother)
Edith Pelham (maternal aunt)
Herbert Pelham (maternal marital uncle)
Sybil Branson (maternal aunt) †
Tom Branson (maternal marital uncle)
Sybbie Branson (maternal first cousin)
Marigold (maternal first cousin)
Violet Crawley (maternal great-grandmother)
Patrick Crawley (maternal great-
Isidore Levinson (maternal great-grandfather) †
Martha Levinson (maternal great-grandmother)
Rosamund Painswick (maternal grandaunt)
Harold Levinson (maternal granduncle)
|Loyalty|| Mary Talbot|
|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed by|| Logan & Cole Weston (Series 4)|
Oliver & Zac Barker (Series 5-6)
George Crawley nicknamed "Georgie" by his mother (b. between 9th and 30th September 1921) is the son and only child of Matthew Crawley and Mary Talbot. Due to his father's parentage (see below), George is also his mother's fourth cousin once removed and his maternal grandfather's third cousin twice removed.
As such, he became the closest patrimonial male relative to the Earl of Grantham and consequently the heir presumptive to his title and estate following Matthew's untimely death on the day of his son's birth. He currently lives at Downton Abbey with his maternal grandparents, his mother, stepfather, uncle, and eldest cousin. Upon his mother's second marriage, Henry Talbot became his stepfather. He is to have a younger half-sibling.
|Appearances and Mentions|
|Series 3||Episode 1||Episode 2||Episode 3||Episode 4||Episode 5||Episode 6||Episode 7||Episode 8|
|Series 4||Episode 1|
|Episode 2||Episode 3|
|Episode 4||Episode 5|
|Episode 7||Episode 8|
|Series 5||Episode 1|
|Episode 5||Episode 6||Episode 7|
|Series 6||Episode 1|
Series 6 Edit
- "I want to go hunting, too."
- "Mr Barrow. Here's something to make you feel better."
About George Edit
Series 4 Edit
- Mary: "Poor little orphan."
- Anna: "He's not an orphan. He's got his mother, orphans haven't."
- Mary: "He isn't poor either, come to that."
- — Episode 4.01
- "But now you must remember your son. He needs you very much."
- —Violet to Mary
Series 6 Edit
- "Come to Mummy, Georgie!"
- George is the second grandchild of three in the Crawley family who has had one of their parents die shortly before or after their birth; the first being young Sybbie, whose mother (after whom she is named) had tragically died from eclampsia; the third being Marigold, who is the illegitimate child and only daughter of Lady Edith by her deceased lover, Michael Gregson, who was cruelly murdered in Munich, Germany, sometime before or after her birth in late 1922 or early January, 1923.
- He has a close friendship with Thomas Barrow. George is one of the few people, aside from his cousin, Sybbie, and his late aunt, Sybil, whom Barrow genuinely likes and cares about.