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Wingfield, Richard, Viscount Powerscourtlocked

(d. 1634)
  • Robert Dunlop
  • , revised by Judith Hudson Barry

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Wingfield, Richard, Viscount Powerscourt (d. 1634), army officer and administrator, was the elder son of Sir Richard Wingfield, governor of Portsmouth in the reign of Elizabeth (who, in turn, was the son of Lodovic, ninth son of Sir John Wingfield of Letheringham in ...

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