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Tarleton, Sir Banastre, baronetlocked

(1754–1833)
  • Stephen Conway

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Tarleton, Sir Banastre, baronet (1754–1833), army officer and politician, was the second son of John Tarleton (1719–1773) of Aigburth, Liverpool, merchant and shipowner in the sugar and slave trades, and mayor of Liverpool in 1764, and his wife, Jane (d. 1797), daughter of ...

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