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Pelham, Thomas, second earl of Chichesterlocked

(1756–1826)
  • D. R. Fisher

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Pelham, Thomas, second earl of Chichester (1756–1826), politician, was born in Spring Gardens, London, on 28 April 1756, the eldest of the three sons of Thomas Pelham, first earl of Chichester (1728–1805), politician, and his wife, Anne Frankland (1734/5–1813), daughter of Frederick Meinhart Frankland...

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