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date: 17 February 2020

Locock, Sir Charles, first baronetlocked

(1799–1875)
  • G. T. Bettany
  • , revised by Anne Digby

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Locock, Sir Charles, first baronet (1799–1875), obstetric physician, was born at Northampton on 21 April 1799, the son of Henry Locock (d. 1843), medical practitioner, and his first wife, Susannah Smyth. For three years he was resident private pupil of Benjamin Brodie...

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