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Hawes, Sir Benjaminlocked

(1797–1862)
  • Ged Martin

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Hawes, Sir Benjamin (1797–1862), politician, was the son of Benjamin Hawes, a wealthy Lambeth soap-boiler, and his wife, Ann, née Feltham. The soapworks stood opposite the Temple and was a prominent London landmark. Hawes was educated at a private school in Putney run by the ...

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