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Hood, Samuel, first Viscount Hoodlocked

(1724–1816)
  • Daniel A. Baugh
  •  and Michael Duffy

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Hood, Samuel, first Viscount Hood (1724–1816), naval officer, born on 12 December 1724 in Butleigh, Somerset, was the eldest son of Samuel Hood (d. 1777), vicar of Butleigh and prebendary of Wells, and Mary Hoskins. Both parents came from Dorset, the father being a younger son of ...

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