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date: 08 March 2021

Smith, Sir (William) Sidneylocked

(1764–1840)
  • Roger Morriss

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Smith, Sir (William) Sidney (1764–1840), naval officer, was born on 21 June 1764 in Park Lane, London, the second son of John Smith of Midgham, Berkshire, a captain in the guards and gentleman-usher to Queen Charlotte, wife of George III; he was also grandson of ...

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