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date: 18 February 2020

Pellew, Edward, first Viscount Exmouthlocked

  • Christopher D. Hall


Pellew, Edward, first Viscount Exmouth (1757–1833), naval officer, was born on 19 April 1757 at Dover, the second of the six children of Samuel Pellew (1713–1765), commander of a Dover Post Office packet, and his wife, Constance (d. 1812), daughter of Edward Langford...

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