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Osborne, Thomas, first duke of Leedslocked

(1632–1712)
  • Mark Knights

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Osborne, Thomas, first duke of Leeds (1632–1712), politician, best known under his earlier titles of earl of Danby and marquess of Carmarthen, was born on 20 February 1632, and baptized eight days later, the second son of Sir Edward Osborne (1596–1647) of Kiveton, Yorkshire...

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