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Pollock, Sir George, first baronetlocked

(1786–1872)
  • R. H. Vetch
  • , revised by Roger T. Stearn

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Pollock, Sir George, first baronet (1786–1872), army officer, fifth and youngest son of David Pollock (1739–1815) of Charing Cross, London, of Scottish descent, saddler to George III, and of his wife, Sarah Homera or Homeria (d. 1817), daughter of Richard Parsons, comptroller of a department in the ...

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