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Wilde, Sir William, first baronetlocked

(c. 1611–1679)
  • Wilfrid Prest


Wilde, Sir William, first baronet (c. 1611–1679), judge and politician, was the son and heir of William Wilde (d. 1650), a vintner of Bread Street, London. Admitted to the Inner Temple from Clifford's Inn on 13 February 1630, Wilde married, on 6 July that year, ...

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