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date: 27 November 2020

Cathcart, Charles Schaw, ninth Lord Cathcartlocked

(1721–1776)
  • H. M. Scott

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Cathcart, Charles Schaw, ninth Lord Cathcart (1721–1776), army officer and diplomat, was born in Edinburgh on 21 March 1721, the third but eldest surviving son of Charles Cathcart eighth Lord Cathcart (1685/6–1740), and his first wife, Marion Schaw (1700–1733), the daughter of ...

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