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Arundel [Arundell], Richard, first Baron Arundell of Trericelocked

(1616–1687)
  • Stephen Wright

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Arundel [Arundell], Richard, first Baron Arundell of Trerice (1616–1687), royalist army officer, was the second son of John Arundell (1576–1654x6) of Trerice, Cornwall, and Mary, daughter of George Cary of Clovelly. He was admitted as a student of Lincoln's Inn on 16 November 1633. Called to the bar on 18 November 1640, he kept his chambers at the inn until suspended for royalism in 1646. About 1645 he married ...

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