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date: 18 January 2020

Falconer, Williamlocked

(1744–1824)
  • Anne Borsay

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Falconer, William (1744–1824), physician, was born in Chester on 23 February 1744, the younger of two surviving sons of William Falconer of the Inner Temple, recorder of Chester, and his wife and second cousin, Elizabeth, daughter of Randle Wilbraham of Townsend near Nantwich, Cheshire...

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