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Russell, Sir William, first baronetlocked

(c. 1575–1654)
  • Andrew Thrush

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Russell, Sir William, first baronet (c. 1575–1654), merchant and naval administrator, was, as evidence submitted by him to chancery suggests, born about 1575, the eldest of the five sons of William Russell (d. 1591) of Egham, Surrey, and Joan Saunders. A slender inheritance comprising a property in ...

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