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date: 21 October 2019

Haviland, Williamlocked

(1718–1784)
  • J. A. Houlding

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Haviland, William (1718–1784), army officer, was born in Ireland, the only son of a scion of an old English gentry family, Peter Haviland (1691–1775), a long-serving (1714–44) subaltern and captain in the 31st foot, and his wife, Lucy. Having acquired his first commission, a lieutenancy in ...

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