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date: 23 October 2019

Wilson, Horace Haymanlocked

(1786–1860)
  • Paul B. Courtright

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Wilson, Horace Hayman (1786–1860), Sanskritist, was born on 26 September 1786, in London, the elder son of George Paterson jun. (1761–1831) and a Miss Woolston (later changed to Wilson). Paterson was employed as deputy accountant-general of the East India Company. Wilson was the father of three sons from two liaisons (with an Indian woman during his early years in ...

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