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date: 17 August 2019

Scarlett, James, first Baron Abingerlocked

(1769–1844)
  • G. F. R. Barker
  • , revised by Elisabeth A. Cawthon

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Scarlett, James, first Baron Abinger (1769–1844), judge, was born on 13 December 1769 in Duckett's Spring, St James's parish, Jamaica, the second son of Robert Scarlett of Duckett's Spring and his wife, Elizabeth Wright, a widow, and daughter of Colonel Philip Anglin of ...

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