William Earle (soldier)
William Earle (18 May 1833–10 February 1885) fought in the British Army (49th Regiment) during the Crimean War and later rose to the rank of Major-General. He was born in Liverpool, the son of a merchant Sir Hardman Earle and his wife Mary (née Langton), and married Mary Codrington on 21 July 1864. He had a successful military career, recognised by honours including Companion of the Order of the Bath.
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