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Collier, Robert Porrett, first Baron Monkswelllocked

(1817–1886)
  • David Pugsley

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Collier, Robert Porrett, first Baron Monkswell (1817–1886), judge, was born at Mount Tamar, near Plymouth, on 21 June 1817, the eldest son of John Collier (1769–1849), a merchant, and his wife, Emma, fourth daughter of Robert Porrett, of North Hill House, Plymouth. The firm of ...

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