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Huggins, William Johnlocked

(1781–1845)
  • Pieter van der Merwe

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Huggins, William John (1781–1845), marine painter, of whose parents nothing is known, reputedly began life as a sailor in the East India Company, but his only known voyage was from December 1812 to August 1814, to Bombay and China, when he was listed for wages as 'ordinary seaman' while serving as steward to ...

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