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date: 12 May 2021

Cameron, Charles Haylocked

  • Leslie Stephen
  • , revised by Roger T. Stearn


Cameron, Charles Hay (1795–1880), jurist, was born on 11 February 1795, the eldest son of Charles Cameron (1766–1828), a descendant of clan Cameron of Lochiel, partner in Harley, Cameron & Co., bankers, civil commissioner of Malta (1801–2), and governor of the Bahamas (1804–20), and his wife, ...

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