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Parker, Hyde

(1784?–1854)
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Parker, Hyde (1784?–1854), naval officer, was the son of Admiral Sir Hyde Parker (1739–1807) and his first wife, Anne, daughter of John Palmer Boteler, of Henley. He entered the Royal Naval Academy on 2 February 1796, and went to sea in September 1799, serving as a volunteer aboard the ...

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date: 22 October 2018

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