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date: 19 September 2020

Kenyon, Lloyd, first Baron Kenyonlocked

(1732–1802)
  • Douglas Hay

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Kenyon, Lloyd, first Baron Kenyon (1732–1802), judge, was born at Gredington, near Hanmer, Flintshire, on 5 October 1732, the second (but first surviving) son, and heir, of Lloyd Kenyon (1696–1773) and Jane (1703–1771), the eldest daughter and coheir of Robert Eddowes, of Eagle Hall, Cheshire...

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