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Kay, Sir Edward Ebenezerlocked

  • J. M. Rigg
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Kay, Sir Edward Ebenezer (1822–1897), judge, was born at Meadowcroft, near Rochdale, Lancashire, on 2 July 1822, the fourth son of Robert Kay of Brookshaw, Bury, Lancashire, and Hannah, daughter of James Phillips of Birmingham. He was educated at Patricroft, near Salford, and later at ...

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