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date: 16 April 2021

Howe, William, fifth Viscount Howelocked

(1729–1814)
  • Ira D. Gruber

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Howe, William, fifth Viscount Howe (1729–1814), army officer, was born on 10 August 1729, the third surviving son of Emanuel Scrope Howe, second Viscount Howe (1698/9–1735), politician and colonial governor, and his wife, (Mary Sophia) Charlotte Howe (1703–1782), daughter of Johann Adolf, Baron von Kielmansegg...

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