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Kidd, Johnlocked

(1775–1851)
  • J. F. M. Clark

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Kidd, John (1775–1851), physician, was born in St James's, Westminster, on 10 September 1775, one of three sons of John Kidd, captain of a merchant ship, the Swallow, and his wife, Beatrice, daughter of Samuel Burslem, vicar of Etwall, near Derby. After attending school at ...

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