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Seymour, Sir Francis, first baronetlocked

  • E. M. Lloyd
  • , revised by James Falkner


Seymour, Sir Francis, first baronet (1813–1890), army officer, eldest son of Henry Augustus Seymour (1771–1847) of Lisnabrun, co. Down, and his wife, Margaret (d. 31 Aug 1867), daughter of the Revd William Williams of Cromlech, Anglesey, was born at Lisnabrun on 2 August 1813, and was commissioned as ensign in the ...

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