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Lieutenant-General Harry Mordaunt (29 March 1663 – 4 January 1720) was an English soldier.
Mordaunt was a younger son of John Mordaunt, 1st Viscount Mordaunt and Elizabeth, the daughter and sole heiress of Thomas Carey, the second son of Robert Carey, 1st Earl of Monmouth. He married, firstly, Margaret Spencer, natural daughter of Sir Thomas Spencer, 3rd Baronet and had children, including:
- General Sir John Mordaunt, best known for leading the failed Raid on Rochefort in 1757
- Thomas Mordaunt (d. 1721)
- Elizabeth Lucy Mordaunt (d. 1765), married Sir Wilfrid Lawson, 3rd Baronet on 14 March 1724.
He later married Penelope, the daughter of William Tipping of West Court at Ewelme in Oxfordshire by his wife, Elizabeth Collet. She was the niece of Sir Thomas Tipping, 1st Baronet. They had a single daughter:
In November 1688, he was appointed colonel of a regiment of foot, known by his name, which was converted to a marine regiment on 13 July 1698 and disbanded on 20 May 1699. Another regiment of marines was raised under his colonelcy on 10 March 1702, which was converted to infantry in May 1703 and disbanded in July 1713.
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