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Dawkins, Rowlandlocked

(1618–1691)
  • Stephen K. Roberts

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Dawkins, Rowland (1618–1691), parliamentarian army officer and deputy major-general, was born at Kilvrough (or Cil-frwch), Pennard, Glamorgan, the eldest son of George Dawkins (fl. 1600–1640), a minor gentleman, and Elizabeth, the daughter of the serjeant-at-law William Glyn of Clynnog Fawr, Caernarvonshire. In September 1643, a year after the civil war had broken out, ...

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National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth
J. Thurloe, ed. T. Birch, 7 vols. (1742)
Journals of the House of Commons
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London