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Killigrew, Henrylocked

(c. 1652–1712)
  • J. K. Laughton
  • , revised by J. D. Davies


Killigrew, Henry (c. 1652–1712), naval officer, son of Henry Killigrew (1613–1700), clergyman, and his wife, Judith (d. 1683), and brother of James Killigrew (c. 1664–1695), served as a volunteer before becoming lieutenant of the Cambridge in July 1666. From her he moved to the ...

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