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Huske, Johnlocked

(1692?–1761)
  • Jonathan Spain

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Huske, John (1692?–1761), army officer, is unheard of before he first entered the army on 7 April 1708 as an ensign in Colonel Toby Caulfeild's regiment of foot. He next appears as a cornet in Colonel William Cadogan's regiment of horse (later the ...

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