Sir John Peter Boileau; 1794-1869; 1st Baronet, antiquary, Sheriff of Norfolk

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Sir John Peter Boileau; 1794-1869; 1st Baronet, antiquary, Sheriff of Norfolk

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1794-1869

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Eldest son of the John Peter Boileau (1747-1837) and his wife, Henrietta (d 1817). Married Lady Catherine Sarah Elliot (d 1862), the third daughter of the first earl of Minto, on 14 November 1825. Born London on 2 September 1794. Died Torquay on 9 March 1869. Buried at Ketteringham. On 24 July 1838 he was created a baronet in the coronation honours. He was a founding vice-president of the Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, and its president from 1849. Served as High Sheriff of Norfolk in 1844.

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Norwich, Norfolk; Torquay, Devon

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antiquary; Sheriff of Norfolk

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GB/153/NM/5740

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Created on: 28/07/2004 by Droip

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