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date: 09 March 2021

Firth, Sir Charles Hardinglocked

(1857–1936)
  • Ivan Roots

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Firth, Sir Charles Harding (1857–1936), historian, was born at Broom Spring House, Wilkinson Street, Ecclesall, Bierlow, Yorkshire, on 16 March 1857, the eldest son of John Firth and his second wife, Charlotte Harding. His father, a trained architect, was a director of the steel manufacturing and armaments firm of ...

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