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Malet, Sir Charles Warre, first baronetlocked

(1753–1815)
  • David J. Howlett

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Malet, Sir Charles Warre, first baronet (1753–1815), East India Company servant, was the eldest son of Alexander Malet (1704–1775), rector of Combe Florey, Somerset, and Maiden Newton, Dorset, and his wife, Ann, daughter of the Revd Laurence St Lo of Pulham, Dorset. At an early age he entered the service of the ...

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