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Wood, Sir Mark, first baronetlocked

(1750–1829)
  • Brendan Carnduff

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Wood, Sir Mark, first baronet (1750–1829), army officer and engineer, was born on 16 March 1750, the eldest of five sons and one daughter of Alexander Wood (1712–1778), procurator fiscal, of Burncroft, Perthshire, and his wife, Jean Ramsay, of Banff. Under the aegis of ...

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