May 24 Templemore lic. Chemist whose discovery of mauve in brought into existence the aniline die industry. April 26 Thurles lic. Feb 21 Templemore lic.
The few founding fathers of electrical experimentation in this year period were truly in an era of discovery.
July 1 Holy Cross lic. Mar 25 Thurles cert. Hoe, Richard Marsh April 14 Templemore lic. Gillette, King Camp Sept 3 Templemore lic. F Fairbairn, Sir William June 5 Holy Cross lic.
Aug 13 Templemore lic. July 12 Kilfithmore lic. Fourdrinier, Henry and Sealy d. American inventor of the sewing machine.
Crampton, Thomas Russell From his Yorkshire base at Middleham Castle in Wensleydale he was the wealthiest and soon the most powerful man in the land. English inventor of the metal screw-cutting lathe.
June 29 Thurles lic. May 3 Thurles lic. Kingsely Parish Clerk 2. Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett John Churd 26 Corp.The Reverend Henry Carmichael was a Scottish minister, teacher and educationist who was a founder of the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts.
He moved to the Hunter Valley inwhere he pioneered viticulture in the colony. Emigrants from Great Britain & Ireland to Australia: Jackson, Henry Bookbinder 2 20 Rawlings, Edward Bricklayer 4 20 Moses, John Baker 5 20 Moses, Abraham Hatter 4 20 Chemist 3 20 Hobbs, Frederick Tailor 3 20 Solomon, Israel Bookbinder 2 20 Otto, George.
John Armstrong (physician) – John Armstrong was an English physician. Armstrong was born, on 8 Mayat Ayres Quay, near Bishop Wearmouth, County Durham, where his father, George Armstrong, of humble birth, was a superintendent of glass works. 96) English navigator, who made many voyages round the world, discovered the sandwich, Name him.
Answer: Captain James Cook. 97) He is the richest private individual for the 4 th consecutive years in the world with a $ billion fortune, president and CEO of Microsoft Corporation. English chemist and scientist, best-known for his invention of the safety lamp, which allowed safer coal mining in pits where fire-damp gas was present.
Dickens, Charles (). English author and journalist, whose impoverished childhood provided the experience for such novels as Oliver Twist, David Copperfield and Nicholas Nickleby.
George EAE, English prince/earl of St Andrews, dies in battle at 39 W van Daalen, opposition leader on Celebes, beheaded George Edward Alexander Windsor, Duke of Kent (b.