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Hood, Arthur William Acland, Baron Hood of Avalonlocked

(1824–1901)
  • Andrew Lambert

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Hood, Arthur William Acland, Baron Hood of Avalon (1824–1901), naval officer, born at Bath on 14 July 1824, was the second son of Sir Alexander Hood, second baronet (1793–1851), and his wife, Amelia Anne, youngest daughter and coheir of Sir Hugh Bateman, baronet...

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