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date: 18 May 2021

Duckworth, Sir John Thomas, first baronetlocked

  • A. B. Sainsbury


Duckworth, Sir John Thomas, first baronet (1748–1817), naval officer, descended from a family long settled in mid-Lancashire and the second son of the Revd Henry Duckworth (1711/12–1794) and Sarah Johnson (1716/17–1780), was born on 9 February 1748 at Leatherhead in Surrey where his father (afterwards vicar of ...

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