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Wyllie, Sir (William Hutt) Curzonlocked

(1848–1909)
  • F. H. Brown
  • , revised by Roger T. Stearn

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Wyllie, Sir (William Hutt) Curzon (1848–1909), army officer, born at Cheltenham on 5 October 1848, was the third and youngest son of the five children of General Sir William Wyllie (1802–1891) and his wife, Amelia (1806–1891), daughter of Richards Hutt of Appley, Isle of Wight...

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