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date: 09 March 2021

Meux familylocked

(per. 1757–1910)
  • R. G. Wilson

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Meux family (per. 1757–1910), brewers, was descended from an old landed family from the Isle of Wight that had possessed a baronetcy from 1641 to 1705. On the original baronetcy's extinction the family's standard passed to Thomas Meux, who had established himself as a merchant in ...

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