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Mansfield [formerly Manfield], Sir Jameslocked

(bap. 1734, d. 1821)
  • Michael T. Davis

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Mansfield [formerly Manfield], Sir James (bap. 1734, d. 1821), judge, was baptized at Ringwood, Hampshire, on 30 May 1734, the son of John James Manfield, attorney, of Ringwood, and his wife, Elizabeth. His grandfather was reputedly of foreign descent and was at one time employed in ...

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