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Coxwell, Henry Tracey [pseud. Henry Wells]locked

(1819–1900)
  • Julian Lock

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Coxwell, Henry Tracey [pseud. Henry Wells] (1819–1900), balloonist, was born at the parsonage at Wouldham, near Chatham, Kent, on 2 March 1819, the youngest son of Commander Joseph Coxwell of the Royal Navy (1774?–1832) and his wife Ann Godfry (probably née Reeves)...

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