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date: 06 March 2021

Temple, Sir Richard Carnac, second baronetlocked

(1850–1931)
  • R. E. Enthoven
  • , revised by M. G. M. Jones

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Temple, Sir Richard Carnac, second baronet (1850–1931), army officer and oriental scholar, was born at Allahabad, India, on 15 October 1850, the elder son of Sir Richard Temple, first baronet (1826–1902), a civil servant, of The Nash, Kempsey, Worcestershire, and his first wife, ...

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