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Buller, Sir Francis, first baronetlocked

(1746–1800)
  • James Oldham

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Buller, Sir Francis, first baronet (1746–1800), judge, was born at Downes, near Crediton, Devon, on 17 March 1746, the third son of James Buller and his second wife, Lady Jane Bathurst, second daughter of Allen, first Earl Bathurst. He demonstrated that 'Notwithstanding the incredulity of country-gentlemen, some lawyers have pedigrees' (...

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