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Albery, James [Jim]locked

(1838–1889)
  • John Russell Stephens

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Albery, James [Jim] (1838–1889), playwright, eldest of the six children of James Albery (d. 1859), rope maker and cotton-waste dealer, and his wife, Amelia Eleanor (d. 1870), was born in Swan Street, Trinity Square, Southwark, London, on 4 May 1838. After private schooling, from 1852 to 1859 he trained as an architect with a firm in ...

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