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Wharton, Thomas, first marquess of Wharton, first marquess of Malmesbury, and first marquess of Catherloughlocked

(1648–1715)
  • J. Kent Clark

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Wharton, Thomas, first marquess of Wharton, first marquess of Malmesbury, and first marquess of Catherlough (1648–1715), politician, was born in late August 1648, the third but eldest surviving son of Philip Wharton, fourth Baron Wharton (1613–1696), politician, and his second wife, Jane (...

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