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date: 22 January 2020

Hankey, Thomsonlocked

  • W. P. Courtney
  • , revised by A. C. Howe


Hankey, Thomson (1805–1893), politician and political economist, born at Dalston, Middlesex, on 5 June 1805, was the eldest son of the eight children of Thomson Hankey (bap. 1773, d. 1857) and his wife, Martha, daughter of Benjamin Harrison. He was descended from ...

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