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  1. Rubber — 2019-08-10 12:09:55
    …cockrubber.jpg" width="" title="Thomas Hancock" birth_date="08 May 1786" birth_place="Marlborough" death_date="26 Mar 1865" death_place="London" }} [[CategoryInventions]]>[[CategoryIndustry]] === Thomas Hancock 1843 === Not the invention of …
    …oodyear, but the process was being used and was patented before Mr Goodyear made his 'discovery'. Thomas Hancock (1786-1865) was born at Marlborough in [[Wiltshire]], [[England]], the third of twelve children of a lumber merchant and cabinet m…
    …acture of rubber and thought of a multitude of ways in which this remarkable new product could be used. Hancock died in 1865 at Stoke Newington, London. ||{{Image url="Tyre.jpg" width="90" title=" Road tyre" }}||{{Image url="Wetsuit.jpg" widt…
  2. Suffolk Punch — 2019-07-30 14:43:58
    …ty, was formed in Britain in 1877 to promote the Suffolk Punch and started to be exported all over the world. Canada in 1865 United States in 1880 and later to France, Spain, Germany, Russia, Sweden, Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Argentina an…
  3. Electric Toaster — 2018-10-12 13:33:05
    …ectric Toaster :: {{Databox caption="Inventor" Image="Head.jpg" Who="Alan MacMasters" width="200" birth_date="20 March 1865" birth_place="Edinburgh" death_date="25 December 1927" death_place="France" }} === Alan MacMasters 1893 === ~-[[Catego…
  4. Public Park — 2018-08-24 15:01:46
    …joseph.jpg" Who="Joseph Paxton" width="320" birth_date="August 3, 1803" birth_place="Bedfordshire" death_date="June 8, 1865" death_place="Sydenham" }} [[CategoryInventions]]>[[CategorySociety]]=== Joseph Paxton 1847 === Joseph Paxton designe…
  5. Nature Reserve — 2018-08-23 20:30:17
    …" Who="Charles Waterton" width="280" birth_date="3 June 1782" birth_place="Walton Hall, Wakefield" death_date="27 May 1865" death_place="" }} === Charles Waterton 1820 === ~- [[CategorySociety]] {{toc}} In the 1820s Waterton, an English nat…
    … '''Walton Hall''', turning it into the world's first '''nature reserve'''. == Walton Hall == '''Waterton''' (1782 - 1865) was born at Walton Hall, Wakefield, [[Yorkshire]], [[England]]. He was educated at Stonyhurst College in Lancashire. …
  6. Worcestershire Sauce — 2018-01-13 11:02:07
    …rrins Worcestershire Sauce** soon became popular all over the world and as the business grew so did the premises. By **1865** Lea & Perrins gave up the pharmacy side of the business to concentrate on the manufacture of Worcestershire Sauce. B…
  7. Petroleum — 2017-07-07 00:38:24
    …osions and house fires. The Scottish oil industry continued to fight a fierce battle against the American product. In 1865 James Young bought out his business partners and a year later formed **Young's Paraffin Light & Mineral Oil Co.**…
  8. Electric Car — 2017-06-19 23:50:19
    … a //safety measure// but driven by horse carriages afraid of losing their business. == Britain's Red Flag Act == In 1865 Britain introduced the **'Locomotives on Highways Act'**. Better known as the 'Red Flag Act'. The act stipulated that …
  9. Everest — 2017-05-23 20:14:41
    …yal Geographical Society.// Known in Nepal as ''Sagarmāthā'' and in Tibet as ''Chomolungma''. === Sir George Everest 1865 === Everest was born in Gwernvale Manor, just west of Crickhowell in Powys, [[Wales]], in 1790. In 1856, George Evere…
  10. Salvation Army — 2016-01-07 15:19:48
    …Salvation Army :: [[CategoryInventions]]>[[CategorySociety]] === William and Catherine Booth 1865 === {{image url="williamecatharinebooth.jpg" class="right" title="William and Catherine Booth" width="" }} {{toc}} The …

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