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Pulteney, Sir William Pulteneylocked

(1861–1941)
  • Roger T. Stearn

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Pulteney, Sir William Pulteney (1861–1941), army officer, was born at Rectory House, Ashley, near Market Harborough but just in Northamptonshire, on 18 May 1861, the youngest son of Richard Thomas Pulteney (1811–1874) of Hargrave, Stansted, Essex, rector of Ashley, and his wife, Emma (...

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