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Hodgson, Studholmelocked

(1707/8–1798)
  • H. M. Chichester
  • , revised by Alastair W. Massie

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Hodgson, Studholme (1707/8–1798), army officer, was the son of John Hodgson, a Carlisle merchant whose family originated from Wormanby, Burgh by Sands. After attending Carlisle grammar school and, in 1727, being made free of his father's guild by patrimony, he entered the army as an ensign in the ...

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