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date: 08 April 2020

Maxse, Frederick Augustuslocked

(1833–1900)
  • Roger T. Stearn

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Maxse, Frederick Augustus (1833–1900), naval officer and radical, was the second son of James Maxse (1792–1864), a wealthy landowner, hunting man, and yachtsman, and his wife, Lady Caroline Fitzhardinge (1803–1886), the eldest daughter of Frederick Augustus, fifth earl of Berkeley. Sir Henry Berkeley Fitzhardinge Maxse...

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