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Nathan, Sir Matthewlocked

(1862–1939)
  • Colin Newbury

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Nathan, Sir Matthew (1862–1939), civil servant and colonial governor, was born in Paddington, London, on 3 January 1862, the second son of Jonah Nathan and his second wife, Miriam, daughter of Lewis Jacobs. His father descended from Jewish immigrants from Dessau and was a partner in a firm manufacturing paper goods. ...

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Calendars of the grants of probate … made in … HM court of probate [England and Wales]
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