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Sir Francis Cook, 1st Bt. (1817-1901), Doughty House, Richmond, by 1875, and by descent to his great-grandson, Sir Francis Cook, 4th Bt., by whom given to Brenda, Lady Cook.
Property sold at the direction of Brenda, Lady Cook, formerly from the Cook Collection, Doughty House, Richmond
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