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Harford familylocked

(per. c. 1700–1866)
  • Peter Wakelin

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Harford family (per.c. 1700–1866), merchants, brass manufacturers, and bankers, came to prominence with Charles Harford (1631–1709). He and his immediate descendants were Quakers. Charles Harford, the first Harford to enter trade in Bristol, was the son of Mark Harford (1570–1652) of Marshfield...

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