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Finch, Heneage, first earl of Aylesfordlocked

(1648/9–1719)
  • Paul D. Halliday

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Finch, Heneage, first earl of Aylesford (1648/9–1719), lawyer and politician, was born the second son of Heneage Finch, first earl of Nottingham (1621–1682), and Elizabeth Harvey (d. 1675). He studied at Westminster School and matriculated from Christ Church, Oxford, on 18 November 1664, aged fifteen, and then pursued law in the ...

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