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Jacob, Hildebrandlocked

(1692/3–1739)
  • A. H. Bullen
  • , revised by Bridget Hill

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Jacob, Hildebrand (1692/3–1739), poet, was the only surviving son of Sir John Jacob, third baronet (c.1665–1740), of Bromley, Kent, and Dorothy (c.1662–1749), daughter of Richard Barry, third earl of Barrymore. Sir John was an army officer from 1685 to 1702; he was severely wounded at ...

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