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date: 01 October 2022

Somerset, FitzRoy James Henry [known as Lord FitzRoy Somerset], first Baron Raglanlocked

(1788–1855)

Somerset, FitzRoy James Henry [known as Lord FitzRoy Somerset], first Baron Raglanlocked

(1788–1855)
  • E. M. Lloyd
  • , revised by John Sweetman

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