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Taylor, Alfred Swainelocked

(1806–1880)
  • M. P. Earles

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Taylor, Alfred Swaine (1806–1880), medical jurist and toxicologist, born at Northfleet, Kent, on 11 December 1806, was the eldest son of Thomas Taylor, a captain in the East India Company's maritime service, and his first wife, Susan Mary, daughter of Charles Badger, manufacturer of gun flints, a member of an old Kentish family. ...

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