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|Morris Ximenes||Wiki Detail||Sir Morris Ximenes (aka Moses Ximenes) (1762 - 1837) was a captain in the British Army and Berkshire landowner who had converted to Anglicanism from JudaismMorris was born in London about 1762.|
|Claudio de Jesus Ximenes||Wiki Detail||Cl?udio de Jesus Ximenes, (b.|
|David Ximenes||Wiki Detail||Lieutenant-General Sir David Ximenes KCH (1777 - 1848) was a British Army officer, magistrate and Berkshire landowner.|