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MASSEY, Eyre, Lord Clarina, British soldier, born in County Limerick, Ireland, 24 May, 1719 ; died in Bath, England, 17 May, 1804. He entered the British army at an early age, was wounded at Culloden in 175,5, and again at Morro cantle, Havana, where he led the grenadiers that stormed and captured it, and also served at the taking of Martinique. He was one of Wolfe's companions at Quebec, captured Fort Oswegatchie in August, 1760, and during the Revolution was a brigadier-general, commanding at Halifax. He was made an Irish peer, under the title of Lord Clarina, 27 December, 1800.
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