Thomas Francis; fl 1749-1764; lawyer; London

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Thomas Francis; fl 1749-1764; lawyer; London

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fl 1749-1764

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Lord Coleraine died in 1749 leaving his estates to his illegitimate daughter, Henrietta du Plessis who was born in Italy in 1745. A lengthy lawsuit ensued and Thomas Francis was appointed receiver. Gout frequently prevented him from coming to Norfolk and Thomas Dixon, attorney at law, Islington, continued to act as steward. Chancery Lane.

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lawyer

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GB/153/NM/10544

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Created on: 18/12/2018 by Catherine.Collins

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