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date: 27 February 2020

Howe, Richard, Earl Howelocked

(1726–1799)
  • Roger Knight

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Howe, Richard, Earl Howe (1726–1799), naval officer, was born in London on 19 March 1726, the second son of an Irish peer, Emanuel Scrope Howe, second Viscount Howe (1698/9–1735), and (Mary Sophia) Charlotte Howe (1703–1782), daughter of Baron von Kielmansegg, deputy master of the horse to ...

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