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date: 11 November 2019

Gough, Richardlocked

(1735–1809)
  • R. H. Sweet

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Gough, Richard (1735–1809), antiquary, was born on 21 October 1735 in Winchester Street, London, the only son and heir of Harry Gough (1681–1751), merchant and MP, of Perry Hall, Staffordshire, and Elizabeth (d. 1774), daughter of Morgan Hynde, a wealthy London brewer. He had three sisters, ...

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