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6-year-old baronet

The February 10 1939 edition of the Toronto Globe and Mail contained an article about a six-year-old boy who became a baronet (a hereditary knight) in Britain when his father, British politician John Hills, passed away:

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Sadly, young Andrew did not get to enjoy being part of the British aristocracy for long: he passed away at the age of 21. Since he had no children, his baronetcy became extinct.

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