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date: 22 October 2019

Havell familylocked

(per. c. 1775–1934)
  • Lucy Peltz

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Havell family (per.c. 1775–1934), artists and publishers, came to prominence with Luke Havell (d. 1810) and Daniel Havell (d. 1825/6). The exact relationship of these two men, who represent the two branches of the Havell family, remains unclear but it is thought that they were either brothers or cousins. They came from an ancient but impoverished ...

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