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Cremer, Sir William Randallocked

(1828–1908)
  • Matthew Lee

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Cremer, Sir William Randal (1828–1908), peace campaigner, born on 18 March 1828 at Fareham, Hampshire, was the son of George Cremer, a coach-painter, and his wife, Harriet Tutte, daughter of a local builder. Deserted by her husband, Cremer's mother, a devout Methodist, brought up ...

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