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Miller, William Halloweslocked

  • T. G. Bonney
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Miller, William Hallowes (1801–1880), mineralogist, born on 6 April 1801, at Felindre, near Llandovery, was the son of Captain Francis Miller and his second wife, Ann, née Davies, who was Welsh. She died a few days after his birth. His father had served in the American war, and his family had military associations. ...

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