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Seymour, Robertlocked

(1798–1836)
  • Michael Heseltine

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Seymour, Robert (1798–1836), illustrator and caricaturist, was born in Somerset, the second son of Henry Seymour and his wife, Elizabeth, née Bishop (d. 1827). The family moved to London, where Henry Seymour worked as a cabinet-maker for a Mr Seddon. He died during a return visit to ...

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