Person    | Male  Born 18/4/1740  Died 11/9/1810

Sir Francis Baring

Categories: Commerce

Merchant and merchant banker. Born at Larkbear, Exeter. He founded the bank that bore his name with his brother John. Director of the East India company from 1779. Grandfather of Thomas and of Evelyn. Died at his home at Lee, South London.

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