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Sabine, Josephlocked

(1661–1739)
  • Jonathan Spain

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Sabine, Joseph (1661–1739), army officer, came from a family of English settlers in Ireland. He was the second of the six sons (five of whom appear to have served with the army under William III) of Joseph Sabine, a landowner of Kilmolin, co. Wicklow...

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