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Sir Edmund Robert Fremantle (1836—1929) naval officer

Sir Thomas Francis Fremantle (1765—1819) naval officer

Sir William Henry Fremantle (1766—1850) politician and courtier

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William Henry Fremantle (1831—1916) dean of Ripon

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The Port of Fremantle, which is located on the edge of the Indian Ocean, was established in 1829 to provide the British with a gateway to the western part of ...

Subjects: Maritime History.

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