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Manningham, Sir Richardlocked

(bap. 1685, d. 1759)
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Manningham, Sir Richard (bap. 1685, d. 1759), man-midwife, second son of Thomas Manningham (d. 1722), later bishop of Chichester, and his wife, Elizabeth (1656/7–1714), was baptized at East Tisted, Hampshire, on 2 March 1685. Like his elder brother he was intended for the church; however, having been admitted as a fellow-commoner to ...

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