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date: 08 March 2021

Rooke, Sir Georgelocked

(c. 1650–1709)
  • John B. Hattendorf

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Rooke, Sir George (c. 1650–1709), naval officer, was born in Canterbury, Kent, the second son of Colonel Sir William Rooke (1620/21–1691) of St Lawrence House, near Canterbury, later sheriff of Kent, and his wife, Jane, née Finch (d. 1711). He was a cousin, once removed, of ...

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