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date: 17 October 2019

Lampson, Miles Wedderburn, first Baron Killearnlocked

(1880–1964)
  • David Steeds

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Lampson, Miles Wedderburn, first Baron Killearn (1880–1964), diplomatist, was born at Killearn, Stirlingshire, on 24 August 1880, the second among the four sons and the fourth among the six children of Norman George Lampson (1850–1894), justice of the peace for Surrey and London...

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