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date: 19 February 2020

Vining familylocked

(per. 1807–1915)
  • K. D. Reynolds

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Vining family (per. 1807–1915), actors, flourished in London during the nineteenth century. The common ancestors were Charles Vining, a silversmith in Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, and his wife, Mary. They had eight children, all of whom were connected with the theatre. The Miss E. Vining (...

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