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date: 15 September 2019

Lockhart, William [created Sir William Lockhart under the protectorate]locked

(1621?–1675)
  • Timothy Venning

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Lockhart, William [created Sir William Lockhart under the protectorate] (1621?–1675), diplomat and army officer, was the eldest son of Sir James Lockhart of Lee (1588/1599–1674) and his second wife, Martha Douglas of Mordington. Unhappy at school at Lanark, he played truant and at the age of thirteen ran away to ...

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