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Burges [later Lamb], Sir James Bland, first baronetlocked

(1752–1824)
  • David Hill Radcliffe

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Burges [later Lamb], Sir James Bland, first baronet (1752–1824), politician and poet, was born on 8 June 1752 in Gibraltar, where his father, George Burges (1725–1786), was deputy paymaster; his mother was Anne Whichnor Somerville, eldest daughter of the twelfth Baron Somerville...

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