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date: 06 March 2021

Abbott, Charles, first Baron Tenterdenlocked

(1762–1832)
  • Michael Lobban

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Abbott, Charles, first Baron Tenterden (1762–1832), judge, was born in Canterbury on 7 October 1762, the second son of John Abbott (d. 1785), a hairdresser, with a shop opposite the western portal of the cathedral, and his wife, Alice, née Bunce (...

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