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Townshend, Charles Foxlocked

(1795–1817)
  • Thomas Seccombe
  • , revised by M. C. Curthoys

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Townshend, Charles Fox (1795–1817), founder of the Eton Society, born at Balls Park, Hertfordshire, on 28 June 1795, was the eldest son of John Townshend (1757–1833), member of parliament successively for Cambridge University, Westminster, and Knaresborough, and his wife, Georgiana Anne, daughter of ...

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