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Wheler, Sir Francislocked

(c. 1656–1694)
  • C. S. Knighton

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Wheler, Sir Francis (c. 1656–1694), naval officer, was the youngest son of Sir Charles Wheler, second baronet (c.1620–1683), of Birdingbury, Warwickshire, and his wife, Dorothy (d. 1684), daughter of Sir Francis Bindloss, of Borwick Hall, Lancashire. The Whelers had sold their original ...

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