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date: 18 May 2021

Yorke, Charles Philiplocked

(1764–1834)
  • Roland Thorne

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Yorke, Charles Philip (1764–1834), politician, born on 12 March 1764, was second son of Charles Yorke (1722–1770), lord chancellor, the first with his second wife, Agneta (1740–1820), the daughter of Henry Johnson of Great Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. A sister, Caroline, later countess of St Germans...

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