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Reinagle familylocked

(per. c. 1760–1877)
  • T. A. B. Corley

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Reinagle family (per.c. 1760–1877), artists and musicians, came to prominence with Joseph Reinagle (fl. 1745–1775), a Hungarian former bandsman with the Empress Maria Theresa's army, who landed in Scotland in 1745 with the Young Pretender, Prince Charles Edward Stuart. After the prince's defeat ...

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