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Greig, Woronzowlocked

(1805–1865)
  • John H. Appleby

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Greig, Woronzow (1805–1865), barrister, the elder son of Samuel Samuilovich Greig (1777/8–1807) and Mary Fairfax, later Mary Somerville (1780–1872), the scientific expositor, was born at Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London, on 29 May 1805. He was named after Count Semyon Vorontsov, Russian ambassador to ...

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