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Boycott [formerly Boycatt], Charles Cunninghamlocked

  • G. Le G. Norgate
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Boycott [formerly Boycatt], Charles Cunningham (1832–1897), land agent, from whose surname the word ‘boycott’ is derived, was born on 12 March 1832, the eldest surviving son of Revd William Boycatt (who changed his name to Boycott in 1862), rector of Wheatacre, Burgh St Peter, Norfolk...

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