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Kingsmill, Sir Robert Brice, first baronetlocked

(1730–1805)
  • J. K. Laughton
  • , revised by P. K. Crimmin

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Kingsmill, Sir Robert Brice, first baronet (1730–1805), naval officer, was the second of the two sons of Charles Brice (1683/4–1748) of Castle Chichester, Island Magee, co. Antrim, a captain in the army, and Jane, daughter of William Robinson of Newtonards, co. Down. Robert Brice...

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