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date: 04 March 2021

Lambert, Daniellocked

(1770–1809)
  • Thomas Seccombe
  • , revised by E. L. O'Brien

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Lambert, Daniel (1770–1809), the most corpulent man of his time in England, was the elder of two sons of a Daniel Lambert who had been huntsman to the earl of Stamford. He was born in Blue Boar Lane, Leicester, on 13 March 1770 and was apprenticed to ...

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