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Mundy, Sir Robert Millerlocked

(1813–1892)
  • C. A. Harris
  • , revised by Lynn Milne

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Mundy, Sir Robert Miller (1813–1892), colonial governor, was the youngest son of Edward Miller Mundy MP (1750–1822) of Shipley Hall, Derbyshire, and his third wife, Catherine, the daughter of Nathaniel Coffin and the widow of Richard Barwell. He entered as a cadet at the ...

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