LYNEDOCH, THOMAS GRAHAM, LORD


LYNEDOCH, THOMAS GRAHAM, LORD
   soldier, born in Perthshire; raised in 1793 the 90th Regiment of Foot, and served with it at Quibéron and Isle Dieu; thereafter distinguished himself in various ways at Minorca 1798, and Malta 1800, in the Peninsular wars, and in Holland; founded the Senior United Service Club in 1817; was created baron and general 1821, and died in London (1748-1843).

The Nuttall Encyclopaedia. . 1907.

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