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Seymour, Sir Michaellocked

(1802–1887)
  • J. K. Laughton
  • , revised by Andrew Lambert

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Seymour, Sir Michael (1802–1887), naval officer, third son of Rear-Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, first baronet (1768–1834), and his wife, Jane Hawker (d. 1852), was born on 3 December 1802. He entered the navy in December 1813 on board the Hannibal, with his father, but when she was paid off he was sent back to school, and in March 1816 was entered at the ...

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