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McMahon [MacMahon], Sir Thomas Westropp, third baronetlocked

  • H. M. Chichester
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McMahon [MacMahon], Sir Thomas Westropp, third baronet (1813–1892), army officer, born on 14 February 1813, was the eldest son of General Sir Thomas McMahon, second baronet (1779–1860), who served in the Portuguese army in the Peninsula, and became adjutant-general in India and commander-in-chief at ...

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