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Sir Francis Carruthers Gould (1844–1925) by Olive Edis, 1903 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Gould, Sir Francis Carruthers (1844–1925), cartoonist and stockbroker, was born at Barnstaple, Devon, on 2 December 1844, the second son of Richard Davie Gould (1816/17–1900), architect, and his wife, Judith Carruthers, daughter of William Ford. Educated first at Mr Sharland's school and then at ...

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See under Messel, Ludwig Ernst Wilhelm Leonhardt

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Messel, Ludwig Ernst Wilhelm Leonhardt (1847–1915), stockbroker, was born in Darmstadt on 9 January 1847, the eldest son of Simon Messel, banker, and his wife, Emilie, née Lindheim. The family was Jewish and took its name from its home village of Messel, 10 km...

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Plint, Thomas Edward (1823–1861), stockbroker and art collector, was born in Leeds, the son of Thomas Plint, woollen merchant and radical reformer. His father was co-founder, with Samuel Smiles, J. G. Marshall, and Homer Stansfield, of the Leeds Parliamentary Reform Association, which advocated household suffrage. A Liberal, like his father, ...