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date: 20 November 2019

Jervis, John, earl of St Vincentlocked

(1735–1823)
  • P. K. Crimmin

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Jervis, John, earl of St Vincent (1735–1823), naval officer, the second of four children of Swynfen Jervis (1700–1771) of Meaford in Stone, Staffordshire, barrister at law, and Elizabeth (fl. 1700–1770), daughter of George Parker of Park Hall, Staffordshire, was born at Meaford...

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