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date: 01 March 2021

Strickland, Agneslocked

(1796–1874)
  • Rosemary Mitchell

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Strickland, Agnes (1796–1874), historian, was born on 19 August 1796, in north-west Kent, near London, the second eldest of the six surviving daughters and two sons of Thomas Strickland (1758–1818), a shipping agent and dock manager, and his second wife, Elizabeth Homer (1772–1864)...

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