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Garth, Sir Richardlocked

(1820–1903)
  • F. H. Brown
  • , revised by Roger T. Stearn

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Garth, Sir Richard (1820–1903), judge in India, was born at Morden, Surrey, on 11 March 1820, the eldest son in the family of six children of Richard Lowndes, afterwards Garth (1790–1862), educated at Eton College and Trinity College, Cambridge, rector of Farnham, Surrey...

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