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Bingham [née Smith], Margaret, countess of Lucanlocked

(c. 1740–1814)
  • Ernest Radford
  • , revised by V. Remington

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Bingham [née Smith], Margaret, countess of Lucan (c. 1740–1814), miniature painter, was the daughter of James Smith MP, of Canons-Leigh, Devon, and St Audries, Somerset, and his wife, Grace. She married, on 25 August 1760, Sir Charles Bingham (1735–1799), later Baron Lucan...

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