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date: 14 November 2019

Windham, Williamlocked

(1750–1810)
  • David Wilkinson

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Windham, William (1750–1810), politician, was the only son of William Windham (1717–1761), landowner, and Sarah Hicks (1710–1792), of Tanfield, Essex, the widow of Robert Lukin (d. 1744) of Dunmow, Essex. Windham senior came from an old Norfolk family of Felbrigg...

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