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Finch, Sir John (1626–1682), physician and diplomat, was the fourth of the seven children, and the youngest son, of Sir Heneage Finch (1580–1631), and his first wife, Frances, daughter of Sir Edmund Bell. His mother died in 1627. His father, speaker of the ...

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Foster, Balthazar Walter, first Baron Ilkeston (1840–1913), physician and politician, was born on 17 July 1840 in Cambridge, the son of Balthazar Foster (1813–1862) of Beaulieu, Hampshire, and his wife, Marian (d. 1898), daughter of J. Green of Cambridge. His parents moved to ...

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Jones, Noble Wimberly (c. 1723–1805), physician and revolutionary politician in America, was born in Lambeth, Surrey, the eldest child of Noble Jones (1702–1775) and his wife, Sarah Hack (c.1703–c.1752). In 1733 he accompanied his parents and younger sister Mary...

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Lucas, Charles (1713–1771), politician and physician, was born on 16 September 1713 in co. Clare, a younger son of Benjamin Lucas (d. c.1727), a gentleman farmer of Ballingaddy, and Mary Blood. His great-grandfather, Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin Lucas, was a Cromwellian officer who had been granted lands in ...

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Staunton, Sir George Leonard, first baronet (1737–1801), physician and diplomatist, was born at Cargin, co. Galway, on 10 April 1737, the only son and heir of George Staunton (1700–1780), landowner and colonel of militia, and his wife, Margaret (c.1700–1784), daughter of ...

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Tupper, Sir Charles, first baronet (1821–1915), doctor and prime minister of Canada, was born on 2 July 1821 just outside Amherst, Nova Scotia, the elder of the two sons of Revd Charles Tupper and his first wife, Miriam, née Lockhart, the widow of ...

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Walwyn, William (bap. 1600, d. 1681), Leveller and medical practitioner, was baptized on 17 August 1600 at Newland, Worcestershire. He was the second son of Robert Walwyn (d. in or before 1616) of Newland, a landed gentleman, and his second wife, Elizabeth (...

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Wentworth, D'Arcy (1762–1827), medical practitioner and public servant in Australia, was born on 14 February 1762 near Portadown, co. Armagh, Ireland, the sixth of the eight children of D'Arcy Wentworth, an innkeeper, and his wife, Martha Dixon, also of co. Armagh. The Irish family traced its ancient ancestry to ...