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Kerrison, Sir Edward, first baronetlocked

(1776–1853)
  • Thomas Seccombe
  • , revised by Roger T. Stearn

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Kerrison, Sir Edward, first baronet (1776–1853), army officer, was the only son of Matthias Kerrison (1742–1827), who, from 'an inferior station in life' (GM, 1827, 477), had accumulated a fortune through trade, and his wife, Mary, daughter of Edward Barnes of ...

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